CLEERS Workshops are annual meetings open to all those who are interested in understanding and simulating the performance of exhaust emission control devices under realistic operating conditions. The Workshops provide an informal, focused forum to:

  • share recent experimental and computational simulation experience with advanced aftertreatment technologies;
  • enhance emissions control research collaborations among industry, universities, and DOE national labs; and
  • identify the most pressing pre-competitive research priorities for emissions control.

Presentations from prior CLEERS Workshops are available below.

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Presentation Title Name Workshop Name
System and Architecture Approach to Enable Diesel Engine Emissions Reductions Danan Dou 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Slashing PGM in Catalytic Converters: An Atoms-to-Autos Approach William Epling 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Using in situ electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy to probe reactivity and relocation of isolated Cu(II) active sites in Cu/SSZ-13 selective catalytic reduction (SCR) catalysts Feng Gao 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Ammonia Control – The Next Frontier in Automotive Emissions Catalysis Andrew (Bean) Getsoian 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Understanding the Degradation Mechanism of Pd/zeolite Based Passive NOx Adsorbers: The Interchange Between Particles and Cations Kevin Gu 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Improving platinum group metal utilization for emission control catalysts through thermally–induced restructuring of core@shell nanoparticles Alexander Hill 2020 CLEERS Workshop
System and Architecture Approach to Enable Diesel Engine Emissions Reductions Eric Hruby 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Passive Soot Oxidation Improvement in an SCR Coated DPF Through Adding an Additional SCO Catalyst Ben Jensen 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Effects of Cu-Zeolite Topology on the Selective Catalytic Reduction of NOx with NH3 Casey Jones 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Thermally Stable and Highly Active Single-Atom Rhodium on Ceria for NO Abatement under Dry and Industrially Relevant Conditions Konstantin Khivantsev 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Effects of Hydrothermal Aging on the Performance of Four Different Formulations of Three way Catalyst in Exhaust Conditions Relevant to Propane Engines Daekun Kim 2020 CLEERS Workshop
GPF modeling from pore-scale to the entire device Petr Koci 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Towards predictive ash accumulation and transport modeling Grigorios Koltsakis 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Bimetallic PdCo/BEA zeolites for passive NOx adsorption Eleni Kyriakidou 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Development of models for NH3 SCR storage and the impacts of hydrothermal aging Austin Ladshaw 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Structural Interconversion Between Agglomerated Pd Domains and Isolated Pd2+ Cations in Chabazite Zeolites Trevor Lardinois 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Low temperature oxidation of novel high-performance fuels on Pt and Pd catalysts Fan Lin 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Improving GPF filtration performance through modeling analysis Xin Liu 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Non-catalytic gas-phase NO oxidation in the presence of decane Chih-Han Liu 2020 CLEERS Workshop
Hydrothermally Stable Pd and Pt/CeO2(core)@ZrO2(shell) Catalysts for Low Temperature TWC Applications Chih-Han Liu 2020 CLEERS Workshop