CO2-capture & separation CO2-reforming
CO2 to carbonates
CO2 as Working Agent
CO2 to chemicals
CO2 conversion to polymers
Biotechnological CO2 conversion
Electro- and photo-catalysis
Applications of plasma technologies for CO2 conversion
Power to X
From science to industrial application
The goal of the conference is to highlight research projects on Carbon Dioxide Utilization in all levels of maturity. Carbon dioxide can be used for many synthesis routes in the chemical industry. The spectrum of research in the field ranges from fundamental to applied science. Products like fuels, polymers, or building materials from CO2 are no longer a dream. Furthermore, the CO2 utilization roll-out has begun first applications are about to enter the market. Meet the industry and get in touch with successful companies at the forefront of sustainable chemistry.
Economics and environmental impacts as well as policy aspects
CO2-emission reduction targets and the goal to substitute fossil carbon for the production are two challenges that can be addressed by CO2-utilization technologies. Therefore, CO2 utilization will play a major role in the efforts of the society towards a more sustainable world, fighting climate change and reducing the dependency on fossil resouces.Furthermore, economical and policy aspects become essential for stakeholders.
Learn more about CCU from the perspective of environmental scientists, economists and politicians.
The International Conference on Carbon Dioxide Utilization has been organized since 1991 in different parts of the globe, since 2015 as an annual event.
From Science to Application We are looking forward to meeting you at ICCDU 2019!
Information on participating / attending:
06/23/2019 - 06/27/2019
Business and commerce, Scientists and scholars
Biology, Chemistry, Environment / ecology, Materials sciences
Types of events:
Conference / symposium / (annual) conference
Dr. Christine Dillmann
Event is free:
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event62956
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