The eCOCO2 consortium invites you to its interactive webinar addressing challenges and opportunities for introduction of fuels and chemical carriers produced from CO2.
Join us to discover, discuss, exchange on scientific, industrial, social and political progress towards the industrial deployment of tomorrow's green technologies.
The two-day event will also focus on the diverse uses of CO2 – chemicals, e-fuels, mineralisation and other market potential, through case studies. The conference participants will be able to take advantage of the different panel discussions and Q&A to gain a deeper understanding of the projects presented and interact both with the speakers and their fellow attendees.
Join us online this October for a highly interactive & informative conference, whilst enjoying the networking opportunities with your peers.
The SELECTCO2 consortium will organise a symposium - #SolCat21. (Photo-)Electrocatalysis: From the Atomistic to System Scale during the online NanoGe Fall meeting on18-20 0ctober 2021.
Photo-driven or dark electrochemistry provides an interesting route to store renewable resources, generate fuels, and process energy-intense chemical commodities. This symposium invites contributions on the state of the field in electrochemical reduction of water, CO2, nitrogen and beyond, from the atomistic to the device and industrial scale.
Symposium topics span fundamental mechanistic studies, catalyst design, operando studies, membranes and ionomers, gas diffusion electrodes, membrane electrode assemblies, flow reactors, device engineering, modelling spanning all relevant length scales, relevant experimental and theoretical methods development, and technoeconomic analysis.
List of conference topics
|Karen Chan Technical University of Denmark (DTU)||Sophia Haussener Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL)||Brian Seger Technical University of Denmark (DTU)|
SELECTCO2 Kick-off meeting was held on the 27th of January hosted by DTU. All the partners, the EU project officer and the scientific advisory board members were present during a full day of activities' presentations.