Welcome to the workshop on 

Decarbonization 2024: Advanced Materials and Technologies for a Sustainable Future

 Time: 21st March 2024

Place: Scandic Klara, Slöjdgatan 7, 111 57, Stockholm

Registration by invitation only, link to be announced. 

Contact: jiayin.yuan @ mmk.su.se

Our future demands new approaches, technologies and business models in carbon capture. The decarbonization workshop will gather the experts in academy and industry to discuss the challenge of the rising CO2 concentration in the atmosphere. The aim is to make groundwork for a possible future centre of carbon capture to increase the momentum and effectiveness in knowledge transfer and innovation.


 9.30-10.00  Coffee

10.00-10.10 Opening by Tor Regberg and Jiayin Yuan

Session 1 Chair: Jiayin Yuan

10.10-10.35 Erik Dahlen, Stockholm Exergi AB, "Screening study carbon capture tech. - Best technology is always a function of context."

10.35-11.00 Christophe Duwig, Royal Institute of Technology and Elise Lorenceau, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, France, ”Energy aspects of CO2 capture and an innovative example of future process.”

11.00-11.20 Coffee

Session 2 Chair: Mirva Eriksson

11.20-11.45 Mattias Karls, Direct Carbon AB, "Modular, small scale and cost-efficient DAC for greenhouses and indoor air quality."

11.45-12.10 Lars Friberg, Vinnova ”Advanced materials & synthetic biology - potential catalyst for CDR”

12.30-13.30 Lunch

Session 3 Chair: Jiayin Yuan

13.35-14.00  Niklas Hedin, Stockholm University, "Aminated and colloidal dispersions as an alternative scrubbing fluid for CO2 capture." 

14.00-14.25  Marius Hingel, Stockholm University, "PhD student talk: CO2 as a building block for polymers." 

14.25-15.30 consortium discussion and coffee.

Session 4 Chair: Baltzar Stevensson

15.30-15.55 Anders Lyngfelt, Chalmers University, "The oxygen carrier - the key to unlock CO2 capture at low cost and low energy penalty."

15.55-16.20 Anders Grinrød, Capsol Technologies ASA, "Industrial application scenarios for HPC-carbon capture"

16.20-16.45 Anders Lundblad, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, "Development, characterization and evaluation of aluminum-based bipolar plates for PEM fuel cells."

16.45-17.50 Mingle

18.00-20.00 Dinner

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