Res Chem Intermed (2011) 37:1123 DOI 10.1007/s11164-011-0378-8 Young-Kwon Park Published online: 13 September 2011 Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2011 The 13th Korea–Japan Symposium on Catalysis was held during 23–25 May, 2011 in Seogwipo, Korea. This symposium was organized by the Catalysis Division of the Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers. In this symposium, two plenary, four keynote, and three review lectures were presented. In addition, 46 oral and 174 poster presentations were made along with a separate student session comprising two plenary lectures and 34 oral presentations. The symposium was attended by 313 participants from both countries. After the review process, 25 excellent papers were accepted for publication in this special issue of Research on Chemical Intermediates. Since the ﬁrst symposium held in 1987 in Seoul, the Korea–Japan Symposium has not only played a positive, signiﬁcant role in the development of advanced catalytic science and mutual understanding, but also contributed to a better future for both societies by encouraging young scientists to come together for discussions and exchanges. I would like to express my sincere thanks to Professor Masakazu Anpo, the Editor-in-Chief of Research on Chemical Intermediates. I would also like to thank the publishers for their kind help in realizing this Special Issue. Finally, I would like to thank all of the contributors and reviewers of the papers in this Special Issue for their kind support. Thank you very much. Y.-K. Park (&) School of Environmental Engineering, The University of Seoul, Seoul 130-743, Korea e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Published: Sep 13, 2011
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