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A month in Ottawa

A month in Ottawa

Written by Dursun Can Ozcan, PhD Student in Carbon Capture, University of Edinburgh                        My name is Dursun Can Ozcan and
Influencing Policy on Climate Change Workshop
Written by Dr Jen Roberts, ClimateXChange Post-Doc Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Strathclyde   With the help of a UKCCSRC career development grant, I was able to attend a workshop
Mixed matrix membranes preparation for post-combustion capture
Written by Dr Maria-Chiara Ferrari, Lecturer in Carbon Capture, University of Edinburgh Principal Investigator on Call 1 Project: Mixed matrix membranes preparation for post-combustion capture Atmospheric temperature increase during recent years has
Silvia Madeddu – ECR in Japan Part 2
This blog is for the 3rd and 4th weeks of Silvia’s trip to Japan as part of our ECR International Exchange Fund.  The first blog can be found here. 15 Oct
Silvia Madeddu – ECR in Japan Part 1
I am Silvia Madeddu, a PhD student at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of The University of Sheffield, UK. My research project aims to develop an economically and
Mission to Australia – November 2013
Written by Mike Edwards, UKCCSRC Strategy and Business Development Manager Let’s begin with a bit of background ….. the trip was a result of a conversation in a small French
Oxyfuel and exhaust gas recirculation processes in gas turbine combustion
Written by Dr Richard Marsh, Senior Lecturer specialising in energy systems, Cardiff University  Principal Investigator on Call 1 Project: Oxyfuel and exhaust gas recirculation processes in gas turbine combustion for improved carbon
Niko Kampman – ECR in Australia
So before I launch into ‘blogging’ my geochemical tour Down Under, I really do need to say a very big thank you to Robin Cathcart and everyone in the UKCCSRC
Multiphase flow modelling for hazard assessment of CO<sub>2</sub> pipelines containing impurities
Written by Dr Solomon Brown, Postgraduate Researcher and Teaching Fellow, University College London Working on UKCCSRC Call 1 Project: Multiphase flow modelling for hazard assessment of dense phase CO2 pipelines containing impurities. PI:
Mission to South Korea – October 2013
Written by Mike Edwards, UKCCSRC Strategy and Business Development Manager In October 2013, Mohamed Pourkashanian (University of Leeds), Jon Gibbins (UKCCSRC Director), Trevor Drage (University of Nottingham), Ben Anthony (University