CRS is honored to welcome Professor Charlotte Vogt of Technion University as our guest speaker. Dr. Vogt serves on the Faculty of Chemistry and we are excited to learn about her work in sustainability and her mission to solve the problem of climate change. Followed by a festive oneg with light bites and drinks.
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About Professor Charlotte Vogt
Assistant Professor Charlotte Vogt is a superstar who was recently named in the Forbes “30 Under 30” list of the brightest young entrepreneurs in Europe. She joined the Technion in March 2021 to help launch the Center for Sustainable Processes and Catalysis and established the Vogt Laboratory of Catalysis for Fuels of the Future in the Schulich Faculty of Chemistry.
Researchers in her lab are quite literally fueling the future with advances in hydrogen production, waste recycling, and the design of new catalysts and better processes to transition away
from fossil fuels and abate climate change.
Prof. Vogt was born in the Netherlands and spent time in the U.S. before returning to Europe for schooling. She received her bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees from Utrecht University in the Netherlands as well as a master’s in business management. Her doctoral dissertation focused on the conversion of CO2 to useful materials, and she is carving out an expertise in the spectroscopy of catalysis, i.e., the interaction of light with different catalysts.