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Veranstaltungen von Prof. Dr. Dr. Vania Gomes Zuin Zeidler


Lehrveranstaltungen

Nachhaltige Chemie 1: Konzepte der Nachhaltigen Chemie (Übung)

Dozent/in: Vania Gomes Zuin Zeidler, Klaus Kümmerer, Oliver Olsson

Termin:
wöchentlich | Donnerstag | 14:15 - 15:45 | 16.10.2023 - 02.02.2024 | C 14.102 a Seminarraum

Inhalt: Übungen zu: - Auswahl nachhaltigerer Chemikalien - Beurteilung von Synthesen - Synthese mit einem TEMPO-Derivat als Katalysator - Effizente Reaktionsführungen mit Hilfe der Mikroreaktortechnik - keine vertieften chemischen Kenntnisse für das Parktikum erforderlich, wenn Sie sich unsicher sind, ob Ihre Kenntnisse ausreichen, wenden Sie sich an Herrn Dr. Rich oder Prof. Kümmerer

Nachhaltige Chemie 1: Konzepte der Nachhaltigen Chemie (Vorlesung) (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Vania Gomes Zuin Zeidler, Klaus Kümmerer, Oliver Olsson

Termin:
wöchentlich | Donnerstag | 12:15 - 13:45 | 16.10.2023 - 02.02.2024 | C 14.102 a Seminarraum

Inhalt: Chemistry is not only a science subject but also a very important industry sector worldwide. Without Chemistry our present standard of life would be possible – just think of medical drugs, pesticides, synthetics, detergents, fertilizers, and other products - last but not least fossil fuels and materials for electronics and renewable energy. Wihout a more sustainable chemistry there will be no sustainbale development. However, many people perceive chemistry as negative, particularly under the pollution aspect. In the more developed parts of the world the unintentional emissions in the environment do not play an important role any more, thanks to legal regulations and technical procedures that avoid or eliminate emissions. Since the 1990ies it has become clear that on the one hand chemical products cause the major emissions of the chemical industry. Chemistry as a science but also an industrial sector is indispensible to reach the Sustainable development Goals. A more comprehensive view on chemistry is needed, e.g. the entire life cycle of a chemical product from the raw materials production until its disposal at the end of its usage phase must be reviewed. The young and highly innovative field of sustainable chemistry has been developed from this perception. It will be outlined in an interdisciplinary approch in the lectures of this module. While sustainable chemistry is often perceived as green chemistry, based on the reduction of waste and energy use for chemical syntheses, the lecture will introduce a more comprehensive approach on sustainable chemistry. The focus is on the following topics: - The realm of sustainable chemistry - Resources and sustainable chemistry - Green reactions and syntheses - Criteria and guiding principles for sustainable chemicals, materials and products - Benign by Design - Dissipation - Sustainable management of substance flows and material flows - New business models - The framework of Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management (SAICM) - Chemistry related international conventions

Renewable Resources & Sustainability: Case Studies in Sustainable Chemistry (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Vania Gomes Zuin Zeidler

Termin:
wöchentlich | Dienstag | 10:15 - 13:45 | 16.10.2023 - 02.02.2024 | C 40.152 Seminarraum

Inhalt: Case studies have been used in Green Chemistry and Sustainable Chemistry only very recently, demonstrating their enormous potential as an effective way to engage students to explore why, for whom, how and what they have learned that applies to real world situations. Cases come in many formats, from a simple scenario-type study to a detailed description of a situation with accompanying data to analyse and address challenging topics, e.g., sustainability, renewable resources, bio-circular economy, diversity, inclusiveness, ethics, esthetics and climate crisis. In this course, controversial socio-scientific case studies will be discussed to better understand the role of Chemistry in sectors such as agriculture, food production and processing systems, textile, building and toy industries, waste, consumerism and behaviors to encourage the students to think about the complexities behind sustainability and bio-circular economy and also their connections tackling (or not) the climate crisis, focusing on the chemistry of renewable resources in the scope of EU Green Deal strategies and the UN SDGs. Students will be asked to produce their own case studies, experiencing how this approach fosters interdisciplinary learning while they acquire theoretical and practical knowledge in Green Chemistry and Sustainable Chemistry. This approach enables students to be more actively involved in decision-making, confidently work in teams and share accountability, expand their horizons and develop excellent products and performances, which are fundamental characteristics for present and future global professionals and citizens.