Following on from our Spring Web Series, we’re now moving to our Summer Web Series, running from Tuesday 21st July throughout the summer. There will be regular slots of Tuesdays 1-2pm and Thursdays 3-4pm.
All events are free to attend and you don’t need to be a member to access them.
W/C 10th August
- Tuesday 11th August 1-2pm – Scalable step-change carbon materials achieving high CO2 adsorption capacity and selectivity at practical flue gas temperatures for potential breakthrough cost reductions, with Cheng-Gong Sun
- Thursday 13th August 3-4pm – Steps toward 100% hydrogen gas turbines, with Richard Marsh
W/C 17th August
- Tuesday 18th August 1-2pm – Clean hydrogen and chemicals production via chemical looping, with Vincenzo Spallina
- Thursday 20th August 3-4pm – Supergen Bioenergy Hub update, with Patricia Thornley
|Date & time (all times GMT)||Session||Speaker|
|Tuesday 21st July 1-2pm||UK hydrogen options & hydrogen at reduced cost with shared capture||Laura Herraiz (University of Edinburgh) and Jon Gibbins (Director, UKCCSRC)|
|Thursday 23rd July 3-4pm||TERC national pilot facilities||Mohamed Pourkashanian (University of Sheffield)|
|Tuesday 28th July 1-2pm||Pore to basin scales of fluid flow and modelling for improved geological storage||Sam Krevor (Imperial College London)|
|Thursday 30th July 3-4pm||The potential roles of CCS in the transition to net zero||Paul Dodds (University College London)|
|Tuesday 4th August 1-2pm||Review of National Grid Future Energy Scenarios 2020 Report & Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Research Hub update||Jon Gibbins (Director, UKCCSRC) & Nilay Shah (Imperial College London)|
|Thursday 6th August 3-4pm||Comparative assessment of hydrogen and electrification for decarbonising heat & Spatially-explicit optimisation of heat electrification strategies in Great Britain||Pooya Hoseinpoori (Imperial College London) & Vassilis Charitopoulos (University College London)|
|Tuesday 11th August 1-2pm||Scalable step-change carbon materials achieving high CO2 adsorption capacity and selectivity at practical flue gas temperatures for potential breakthrough cost reductions||Cheng-Gong Sun (University of Nottingham)|
|Thursday 13th August 3-4pm||Steps toward 100% hydrogen gas turbines||Richard Marsh (Cardiff University)|
|Tuesday 18th August 1-2pm||Clean hydrogen and chemicals production via chemical looping||Vincenzo Spallina (University of Manchester)|
|Thursday 20th August 3-4pm||Supergen Bioenergy Hub update||Patricia Thornley (Aston University)|
|Tuesday 25th August 1-2pm||Energy systems modelling||Goran Strbac (Imperial College London)|
|Thursday 27th August 3-4pm||CO2 Transportation||Ben Wetenhall (Newcastle University)|
|Tuesday 1st September 1-2pm||Cryogenic carbon capture: Update on CO2-FROST project||Carolina Font-Palma (Chester University)|
|Thursday 3rd September 3-4pm||Using inherent geochemical fingerprints to verify the security of CO2 storage||Stuart Gillfilan (University of Edinburgh)|
Please register your interest in these sessions here, and we’ll send you a weekly email with more details and joining instructions for each week’s sessions. You only need to register once – please don’t re-register for each event! Please note if you register mid-week, we will send you the weekly access email 15 minutes before the next session. You will then continue to receive the weekly emails with access/joining instructions.
If you already registered for our previous Spring Series, you won’t have to re-register: we will carry your registration over unless you unsubscribe or tell us not to.
Check below for presentation slides.