Federation of European Zeolite Associations


The 8th FEZA Conference was virtual

It was held online 4-7 July 2021. More about conference at this web pages

Cronstedt's Award

The third Cronstedt's Award is granted to prof. Wieslaw J. Roth (Jagiellonian University, Poland) and prof. Jiří Čejka (Charles University, Czech Republic)
for their substantial contributions to the fundamental aspects of synthesis and understanding of two-dimensional motifs/layers in zeolites.

The best PhD - prize

The award 'The Best PhD' is granted to Dr. Lauren McHugh, who complete her PhD at the University of St Andrews in December 2019.
As a part of prize, Dr McHugh have oral presentation of her work at 8th FEZA Conference, and payed fee for attendance.

Student grants

Due to the situation caused by coronavirus and fact that 8th FEZA Conference was online (virtual), Student grants for covering of student fee (60 GBP) for
8th FEZA Conference was granted to 34 students all over the Europe!


The 5th Euro-Asian Zeolite Conference will be held in Busan, South Korea, is postponed to 2022! More about meeting at: 5EAZC.


The Italian Zeolite Association (AIZ) celebrated the 30th Anniversary of its foundation (9th of December 1991) during the XV Italian Congress of Zeolites Science
and Technology (AIZ2021), held in Napoli from 9th to 11th of December (www.aizeta.it) jointly with the Celebration of the Centenary of the birth of Professor
Riccardo Sersale, one of the pioneers of the research on zeolites in Italy.
Among the invited speakers of the Celebration Event, which also included an International Symposium on Future Challenges in Zeolites Science and Technology,
also the President of the FEZA, Svetlana Mintova, as well as Martin Hartmann (IZA President) and Giuseppe Bellussi (Former Eni R&D Senior Vice President).
The meeting, which was attended by many young researchers, was an excellent opportunity to share and discuss recent advances and future trends in the
science and technology of zeolites and related materials, but also to taste traditional Neapolitan cuisine and to admire the wonderful collections of minerals
(including those of zeolites) kept at the Real Museo di Mineralogia of the University of Naples Federico II.


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