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Science Engagement Engineering and Technology A Sustainable World

Re-Using CO2? From Whether to How

IASS Potsdam, University of Sheffield, RWTH Aachen Universität, Technische Universität Berlin | Volker Sick, Lorenzo Cremonese, Stephen McCord, Tim Langhorst

CCU emerging technologies and climate : challenges, evaluation and implementation.

The CO2nsisten Team is happy to present its research activity on CO2 utilization technologies and related assessment methodologies. The project, funded for three years, is financed by the Global CO2 Initiative and the EIT Climate-KIC.
The team will describe the dual character of its work: investigating disciplinary aspects such as how to properly evaluate CCU technologies (techno-economic and Life Cycle assessments), while having also a relevant focus on informing and supporting decision- and policy-makers.

During the Berlin Science Week, the team members aims to reach out a broader audience beyond their usual targets: journalists, young scientists, NGOs, etc. The ultimate aim is to facilitate the understanding on a rather technical topic via mean of accessible language, practical examples, solution-oriented narratives, and interactions with the webinar participants. Come and join the webinar to discover CCU potentials for the future worldwide energy system!

PUBLIC LECTURE ON ZOOM. PLEASE REGISTER.

This is a digital event. If you would like to attend please book your spot by 4 November here. The access to the event will be provided through the organiser and after registration. The number of participants is limited to 40.

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Volker Sick

University of Michigan

DTE Energy Professor of Advanced Energy Research and an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor at the University of Michigan

Volker Sick is the DTE Energy Professor of Advanced Energy Research and an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor at the University of Michigan. He leads the Global CO2 that aims to reduce atmospheric CO2 levels by transforming CO2 into products. He received awards for teaching, research and service, including the President’s Award for Distinguished Service in International Education and the Combustion Institute Silver Medal. He is a Fellow of SAE International and the Combustion Institute. Prof. Sick holds three degrees in Chemistry and Physical Chemistry.

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Mon | Nov 09, 2020 | 15.00 - 16.00 Europe/Berlin

Re-Using CO2? From Whether to How

Lorenzo Cremonese

Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies Potsdam

Senior Research Associate

Dr. Lorenzo Cremonese is Senior Research Associate in the teams CO2 Utilization strategies and society, and Pathways to sustainable Energy. He owns a Master Degree and a PhD in Geoscience from the UCL London. He is currently engaged with Techno-Economic and Life-cycle assessments for CCU technologies, with particular focus on supporting European decision makers in assessing and implementing such technologies. His work also includes topics such as natural gas, hydrogen and sustainability.

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Mon | Nov 09, 2020 | 15.00 - 16.00 Europe/Berlin

Re-Using CO2? From Whether to How

Stephen McCord

The University of Sheffield

Research Associate

Stephen McCord (MEng, PhD) is a Research Associate in the dept. of Chemical & Biological Engineering at The University of Sheffield. As part of the Styring Research group he contributes to projects assessing the economic, social & environmental impacts of emerging technologies that utilize CO2 as a feedstock. Aside from this he is interested in science communication, data visualization and the potential for incorporating “big data” into technology assessments.

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Mon | Nov 09, 2020 | 15.00 - 16.00 Europe/Berlin

Re-Using CO2? From Whether to How

Tim Langhorst

RWTH Aachen University

Research Associate

Tim Langhorst currently works as a research associate at the Institute of Technical Thermodynamics (LTT), RWTH Aachen University, and he is PhD student at the Energy and Process System Engineering Group, ETH Zürich. His research focusses on the life cycle assessment of emerging carbon capture and utilization (CCU) processes. He is part of the CO2nsistent consortium aiming to the harmonization of techno-economic and life cycle assessment guidelines for CCU.

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