This symposium will aim at fundamental understandings and practical development of the exhaust gas purification system for the Super Ultra Low Emission Vehicle. Due to the modification of engine driving condition to achieve high fuel efficiency and low emission at the same time, the temperature of the exhaust gas decreases undesirably, which results in the decline of the performance of the existing purification system. This symposium will deal with the upgraded catalysts and adsorbents to exhibit higher performance at the low temperature, and the mechanism of the sintering and the poisoning of the catalysts for preventing the deactivation of the catalysts and commercializing the purification system.

session topics
  • Catalysts for oxidation of CO, hydrocarbon, and NO
  • Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) of NO using urea
  • Catalyst for combustion of Particulate Matters (PM)
  • Diesel particulate filter (DPF)
  • Adsorbents of NOx, hydrocarbon
  • Mechanism of catalyst sintering and poisoning
  • Reduction or replacement of precious metals in automobile catalyst
  • Establishment of control model

Kwan-Young Lee, Korea University, Korea,

Do Heui Kim, Seoul National University, Korea,