IEAGHG 15th CCS Summer School: 9–15 July 2023, Canada
July 9 - July 15
IEAGHG’s 15th International Interdisciplinary CCS Summer School will be hosted by the International CCS Knowledge Centre to take place from the 9th – 15th July 2023 in Regina, Canada.
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IEAGHG’s Summer Schools are a CCS education programme with an international focus. With the location moving around the world, the program has now taken place in over 8 countries covering Europe, Australia, Asia and North America. With experts attending from all over the world, the aspiration is for the summer schools to include a diverse range of students from a variety of technical backgrounds. The summer school now has 677 alumni representing 59 countries with many moving on to successful careers within CCS industry and academia.
Who can apply for the Summer School?
The target group for the Summer School is young scientists and researchers, e.g. PhD students with a background in engineering, geo-technologies, socio-economics. This can also include those in the early stages of their career within 5 years of graduation currently seeking a greater understanding of CCS.
2023 Summer School Application information »
The Summer School programme covers every aspect of CCS and aims to present the most recent information available in each field. The topics covered include:
- All aspects of capture, transportation and storage of CO2
- Industrial uses of CO2
- Costs and economic potential of CCS
- Regulations, policy and GHG accounting
- Public communication
- Health and safety
Up to 50 students will attend and the summer school which will run over a packed 5 day schedule. A fieldtrip is usually a highlight of the week and is dependent on the host’s location and expertise. Group work is encouraged during the week with a day set aside for networking, career talks and group work presentations. The summer school is a great opportunity for networking and informal discussion with a range of experts attending (over 20 from both industry and research) who are all world-leading scientists in a wide range of fields.