Our Summer 2020 Web Sessions

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.

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Coming up over the next few weeks we have:

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

Our current programme is as follows – watch this space as we add further dates:

Date & time (all times GMT)SessionSpeaker
Tuesday 21st July 1-2pmUK hydrogen options & hydrogen at reduced cost with shared captureLaura Herraiz (University of Edinburgh) and Jon Gibbins (Director, UKCCSRC)
Thursday 23rd July 3-4pmTERC national pilot facilitiesMohamed Pourkashanian (University of Sheffield)
Tuesday 28th July 1-2pmPore to basin scales of fluid flow and modelling for improved geological storageSam Krevor (Imperial College London)
Thursday 30th July 3-4pmThe potential roles of CCS in the transition to net zeroPaul Dodds (University College London)
Tuesday 4th August 1-2pmReview of National Grid Future Energy Scenarios 2020 Report & Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Research Hub updateJon Gibbins (Director, UKCCSRC) & Nilay Shah (Imperial College London)
Thursday 6th August 3-4pmComparative assessment of hydrogen and electrification for decarbonising heat & Spatially-explicit optimisation of heat electrification strategies in Great BritainPooya Hoseinpoori (Imperial College London) & Vassilis Charitopoulos (University College London)
Tuesday 11th August 1-2pmScalable step-change carbon materials achieving high CO2 adsorption capacity and selectivity at practical flue gas temperatures for potential breakthrough cost reductionsCheng-Gong Sun (University of Nottingham)
Thursday 13th August 3-4pmSteps toward 100% hydrogen gas turbinesRichard Marsh (Cardiff University)
Tuesday 18th August 1-2pmClean hydrogen and chemicals production via chemical loopingVincenzo Spallina (University of Manchester)
Thursday 20th August 3-4pmSupergen Bioenergy Hub updatePatricia Thornley (Aston University)
Tuesday 25th August 1-2pmEnergy systems modellingGoran Strbac (Imperial College London)
Thursday 27th August 3-4pmCO2 TransportationBen Wetenhall (Newcastle University)
Tuesday 1st September 1-2pmCryogenic carbon capture: Update on CO2-FROST projectCarolina Font-Palma (Chester University)
Thursday 3rd September 3-4pmUsing inherent geochemical fingerprints to verify the security of CO2 storageStuart 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.

Presentation slides

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July 21st 2020 - Laura Herraiz

Presentation slides from our July 21st discussion on UK hydrogen options & hydrogen at reduced cost with shared capture, with Laura Herraiz, The University of Edinburgh

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August 11th 2020 - Cheng-Gong Sun

Presentation slides from our August 11th discussion on 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, The University of Nottingham

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July 28th 2020 - Sam Krevor

Presentation slides from our July 28th discussion on Pore to basin scales of fluid flow and modelling for improved geological storage, with Sam Krevor, Imperial College London

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July 30th 2020 - Paul Dodds

Presentation slides from our July 30th discussion on The potential roles of CCS in the transition to net zero, with Paul Dodds, University College London

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August 4th 2020 - Nilay Shah

Presentation slides from our August 3rd discussion on Fuel Cell Research Hub update, with Nilay Shah, Imperial College London