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Written by Paul Tait from the University of Edinburgh. Introduction and acknowledgements Firstly, I’d like to say a big thanks to UKCCSRC for providing me with such a fantastic opportunity through its ECR International Exchange Fund . My 4-week placement at the University of Texas at Austin was hugely beneficial...
Fatemeh Rezazadeh from the University of Leeds travelled to the University of Texas in Austin supported by the third call of the ECR International Exchange Fund In a corner room on the fifth floor of the McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering Building at the University of Texas at Austin, you...
Written by Dr Katherine Daniels, Research Associate in Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge I'm Katherine Daniels, a postdoctoral researcher in geological carbon storage at the University of Cambridge. This December I was fortunate enough to spend two weeks in the USA, as the result of an Early Career...
Background: Understanding the long term storage security of CO 2 is an essential part of CCS if we want to help mitigate climate change. By studying natural accumulations of CO 2 we can better understand what may happen when we inject CO 2 underground on these long time scales. The...
This blog was written by Jinyu Liu who is a PhD student at the University of Kent and received funding to attend the Edinburgh Biannual Meeting from the UKCCSRC ECR Meeting Fund . Invited by UKCCS research centre and introduced by Professor Jon Gibbins, Professor Chunshan Song gave a remarkable...
My name is Ronny Pini and I am a Lecturer in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London. I was awarded the UKCCSRC International Collaboration Fund (Call 3) to spend five weeks in California as part of a joint research collaboration involving Stanford University (with Sally Benson )...
Written by Hayley Vosper from BGS, whose attendance at the UKCCSRC Strathclyde Biannual Meeting was supported by the ECR Meeting Fund . The session on International CCS consisted of six talks from researchers around the world, giving updates on the current state of CCS in their respective countries. The first...
I am Nelia Jurado , a Research Fellow in the Centre for Combustion and CCS at Cranfield University. Last year I was awarded the UKCCSRC's International Research Collaboration Fund in collaboration with the Carbon Capture Simulation Initiative (CCSI), to work with the Computational Science and Engineering Division at National Energy...