Our online Autumn Web Series is now finished and registration has now closed. See the video recordings and slides on the Autumn 2020 Series page.
|Date & time (all times GMT)||Session||Speaker|
|Thursday 10th September, 3-4pm||Carbon dioxide removal (CDR) in global pathways to net zero||Professor Sabine Fuss, Head of Working Group for Sustainable Resource Management and Global Change, Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change|
|Thursday 17th September, 3-4pm||Optimising methanol production from steel manufacture off-gases||Dr Richard Porter and Dr Ryan Wang, UCL|
|Thursday 24th September, 3-4pm||Legal aspects of CCS||Professor Richard Macrory, Emeritus Professor at the UCL Centre for Law and the Environment|
|Thursday 1st October, 3-4pm||Securing long-term geological carbon storage||Dr Jerome Neufeld, University of Cambridge|
|Thursday 8th October, 3-4pm||ISCF update||Dr Bryony Livesey, UKRI|
|Thursday 15th October, 3-4pm||Adsorbent screening for CO2/N2 separations using temperature swing adsorption||Dr David Danaci, Imperial College London|
|Thursday 22nd October, 3-4pm||Dr Colin Snape, Director of EPSRC Centre of Doctoral Training in CCS and Cleaner Fossil Energy, University of Nottingham|
|Thursday 29th October, 3-4pm||The Politics of Energy: How politics shapes the energy transition||Dom Goggins, PRASEG|
|Thursday 5th November, 3-4pm||An overview of the National Petroleum Council’s Meeting the Dual Challenge Report on At-Scale Deployment of CCUS||Nigel Jenvey, GaffneyCline|
|Thursday 12th November, 3-4pm||ECR poster presentations||Phebe Bonilla Prado (University of Sheffield); Catherine Spurin (Imperial College London) and Yongliang (Harry) Yan (Cranfield University)|
|Thursday 19th November, 3-4pm||ECR presentations||TBC|
|Thursday 26th November, 3-4pm||Meeting net zero and the role of CCS||Dr Clair Gough, University of Manchester|
Please note all sessions may be recorded.
Video recordings and presentation slides will available on the Latest Web Series page.
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