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Events Calendar

A worldwide list of conferences, trade shows and other events that are sponsored, organised, hosted, presented or attended by Johnson Matthey 

Browse the list of events scheduled for the next few months below 

Events can be filtered by category by clicking the “Filter” button and choosing a topic


Dalton Younger Members Event (DYME)

Johnson Matthey is presenting at this event

07 - 08 Sep 2017

University of Bath, UK

This free event is specifically designed to support PhD students and post-doctoral researchers within the Inorganic community, providing presentation and networking opportunities for early career researchers in a relaxed and friendly setting.

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Prof. Ken Waugh: a Career in Chemical Catalysis

Johnson Matthey is presenting at this event

20 Sep 2017

University of Durham, UK

It is with much sadness to announce that Ken Waugh has passed away earlier this year. Ken’s research, in the area of catalysis, coupled with his clear and logical thinking, led him to develop extremely elegant industrially-relevant heterogeneous catalysts. To celebrate Ken’s significant contributions to heterogeneous catalysis, a one-day chemistry symposium is being organised at the University of Durham on Wednesday 20th September 2017, kindly sponsored by the Applied Catalysis Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry and SurCat.

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Portland Jewelry Symposium

Johnson Matthey is attending this event

01 - 03 Oct 2017

Oregon, USA

Methods for jewellery manufacturing are changing rapidly. New technologies and artistic trends coupled with an increased competitive environment require that businesses stay current to remain at the top of their field.

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AIChE 2017

Johnson Matthey is attending this event

29 Oct - 03 Nov 2017

Minneapolis, USA

The AIChE Annual Meeting is the premier educational forum for chemical engineers interested in innovation and professional growth. Academic and industry experts will cover wide range of topics relevant to cutting-edge research, new technologies, and emerging growth areas in chemical engineering.

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