ACI’s 17th Carbon Dioxide Utilisation Summit will take place in Brussels on the 21st & 22nd October 2020.
During this new European edition of the event, the conference will explore the on-going & future CO2 utilisation projects, the importance of creating partnership through industrial clusters, best practices of LCAs, as well as the policy & regulations that can help strengthen the industry and the latest technology developments.
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 in Brussels this October for a highly interactive & informative conference, whilst enjoying the networking opportunities with your peers.
The AIChE Annual Meeting is the premier educational forum for chemical engineers interested in innovation and professional growth. Academic and industry experts will cover wide range of topics relevant to cutting-edge research, new technologies, and emerging growth areas in chemical engineering.
Hydrogen Technology Conference & Expo is Europe’s must-attend conference and exhibition that is exclusively dedicated to discussing advanced technologies for the hydrogen and fuel cell industry. The event will bring together the entire hydrogen value chain to focus on developing solutions and innovations for low-carbon hydrogen production, efficient storage and distribution as well as applications in a variety of stationary and mobile applications.
European Hydrogen & P2X Conference will bring together top-level experts from gas producers, chemical and mobility industries representatives, power companies, business analytics, government officials and regulators, storage companies, service providers, transportation companies, renewable energy consultancies and others.
The conference is one of the oldest and most established worldwide and has developed into a unique meeting place for the entire Carbon Capture & Utilisation (CCU) and Power-to-X industry and its customers. The first day will focus on CO2-based transport and aviation fuels, the second on CO2-based bulk and fine chemicals. CCU technologies are essential to meet the future demand for carbon from renewable sources. Take a look into the near future and exchange ideas with the leading pioneers.
This meeting is for established scientists, post-graduate students and industrial researchers interested in carbon dioxide utilisation. Given the rapid expansion of global research into carbon dioxide utilisation, the unique format of the Faraday Discussions will allow for in-depth discussions and opportunities to establish new collaborations.
The 27th meeting of the North American Catalysis Society, NAM27, is the premier scientific event in the field of catalysis research and development in 2021. It will feature technological challenges, breakthrough discoveries, and state-of-the art academic and industrial research.
The 239th ECS Meeting and the 18th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors (IMCS) bring together the most active researchers in academia, government, and industry—both professionals and students—to engage, discuss, and innovate in the areas of electrochemistry and solid-state science and technology. This is the premier destination for industry professionals to experience five days of learning, technical presentations, business development, and networking opportunities.
The scientific programme will highlight the latest advances in materials research at an international level, with a strong emphasis on interdisciplinary research in both fundamental and applied areas. In parallel with the technical sessions, more than 80 international exhibitors are expected to display equipment, systems, products, software, publications and services during the meeting.
The technical program of the meeting will include 23 symposia organized into 4 topical clusters:
The conference will be augmented by a series of workshops/tutorials to be held on Sunday, prior to the conference and open to all participants. One on "Thin film chalcogenide photovoltaic materials" (as part of the symposium A) and another one on "Artificial intelligence for advancing materials science" jointly organized by E-MRS and MRS.
The role of carbon capture, utilization, and storage continues to grow as we recognize that our climate targets will be harder and harder to reach. Recent IPCC studies have demonstrated the critical importance of carbon capture for decarbonizing our economy rapidly. This is especially important today for industrial emissions, which have not received the attention that the electric sector has, and for which fewer decarbonization options are available. And the recent report on reaching 1.5ºC has highlighted that permanently removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere will perhaps play an even bigger role – potentially creating a new industry twice as large as today's oil industry. Thus, carbon capture and storage is need for the immediate transition to a zero carbon economy, and then will be needed to remediate the atmosphere at massive scales.
In this fourth installation of the CCUS Gordon Research Conference series, we will examine the new science needed to achieve these massive goals. Can we decarbonize safely, and with a variety of approaches appropriate for the variety of power and industrial challenges? Can we develop methods to clean up the atmosphere – so called negative emissions – in time to keep within reasonable temperature limits? We will discuss these questions and many more in an interdisciplinary framework at the 2021 Gordon Research Conference on CCUS, where participants junior and senior will be stimulated by the highly interactive atmosphere typical of the GRCs and inspired by the natural landscape surrounding the conference venue.
Carbon Capture Technology & Expo 2020 will unveil the very latest current and emerging technologies from some of the sector’s leading experts and energy leaders while providing a showcase for innovative models that can capture carbon’s potential by turning CO2 by-products into profitable applications for concrete, carbon fiber, polymers, food, fertilizers, liquid fuels, chemicals, graphene and more.
Energy is one of the most important problems that we are facing. The limited fossil fuel reserves and the air pollution caused by the consuming of fossil fuels force the governments, industries and academia to look for renewable energies and their conversion-storage devices. Some novel concepts based on the electrochemical reactions have been considered as promising solutions to help solve energy problem and improve the quality of our lives. The low efficiency, high cost and short lifetime have prevented the wide adoption of these energy conversion and storage technologies, such as fuel cells, electrolysers, advanced batteries, supercapacitors, etc. One of the main reasons for the low performance is due to our extremely limited understanding on the interfacial reactions, which are the hearts in these technologies. This new GRC on "Electrochemical Interfaces in Energy Conversion and Storage" will create a new forum for discussion at the frontiers of energy conversion and storage. It will focus on the new understanding of interfacial phenomena including both experimental and theoretical advances in both aqueous and non-aqueous solvents, and solid electrolytes at the atomic level.
The International Conference on Carbon Dioxide Utilization occurs since 1991 in a different part of the globe. It is the first time that this traditional event will be hosted at KAIST-South Korea. Since 2015, the event occurs annually. ICCDU is the most famous academic conference on carbon dioxide capture, separation, utilization and policy related aspects. The climate changes presently faced by the planet point out for the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions in the forthcoming years. Therefore, CO2 utilization will play a major role in the efforts of the society towards a more sustainable society.
The 2021 GRC on Chemical Reactions at Surfaces will be held in Lucca (Barga), Italy, between August 1-6, 2021. The conference will assemble an interdisciplinary group of world-class experts with background in chemistry, chemical engineering, physics and materials science to present on and discuss fundamental aspects of surface and interface chemistry, relevant to a wide range of technological challenges. Thematic topics include reactions at single crystal model surfaces, state-of-the-art theoretical methods unraveling fundamental mechanistic insights at the molecular level, reactions at electrified interfaces relevant to applications for energy production and storage, such as fuel cells and batteries. In addition, the latest developments in advanced surface characterization methods, including in situ spectroscopies and microscopies will be highlighted by world-leaders in the field.
The Annual Meeting of the International Society of Electrochemistry will provide the attendees with the opportunity to gain insights relating to Membrane-based electrodes: from traditional potentiometry to dynamic electrochemistry, Nanomaterials in electroanalysis and nano electrochemical sensors, Electrochemical conversion of CO2: Sensing, monitoring, mechanism and technological - development, New trends in bioelectrochemistry, etc.
CCDR 2021: International Conference on Carbon Dioxide Reduction aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Carbon Dioxide Reduction. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered, and solutions adopted in the fields of Carbon Dioxide Reduction.
ICCDR 2021 has teamed up with the Special Journal Issue on Carbon Dioxide Reduction. A number of selected high-impact full text papers will also be considered for the special journal issues. All submitted papers will have the opportunity to be considered for this Special Journal Issue. The paper selection will be carried out during the peer review process as well as at the conference presentation stage. Submitted papers must not be under consideration by any other journal or publication. The final decision for paper selection will be made based on peer review reports by the Guest Editors and the Editor-in-Chief jointly. Selected full-text papers will be published online free of charge.
The Fall Meeting provides the opportunity to exchange ideas, expand one's knowledge and make new contacts. The conference will consist of 24 parallel symposia and a plenary session and provides an international forum to discuss recent advances in the field of materials science. The conference will be augmented by an exhibition of products and services of interest to the conference participants.
SELECTCO2 will be holding a NanoGe Symposium in Barcelona, Spain, (Oct 17th-22nd, 2021) related to the core objectives of this project.
The second Carbon Dioxide Conversion Catalysis (CDCC-2) will gather academic and industrial experts focusing on the catalytic conversion of carbon dioxide into value-added products. The conference will feature several relevant topics dealing with either heterogeneous, homogeneous or hybrid forms of catalytic solutions for the production of fine chemicals, pharmaceuticals, polymers and energy vectors.
The topical areas of the conference include new and improved synthesis of CO2-based polymers, heterocyclic synthesis, photocatalytic & electrocatalytic conversions, energy storage using CO2, new recycling strategies, new catalyst developments, biobased synthesis based on CO2, mechanistic analysis of CO2 processes and industrially relevant CO2 conversions.
The scientific sessions are set up to maximize interactions between the participants, with ample room for discussions during and around the conference, and a poster session to highlight the latest development in the area of CO2 catalysis. The main objective of the conference is to become a key reference for networking, and exploration of new ideas and collaborations in CO2 valorisation.