TechConnect World 2020
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Carbon Capture & Utilization

Carbon Capture and Utilization

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Symposium Chairs

Ron MunsonRon Munson
Principal
Cogentiv Solutions LLC

Elizabeth BurtonElizabeth Burton
Program Director, Carbon Sequestration
California Institute for Energy and Environment, UC Berkeley

Key Speakers

Matthew KananPerformance-Advantaged Plastic Monomers Made from CO2 and Waste Biomass
Matthew Kanan
Associate Professor of Chemistry, Senior Fellow at the Precourt, Institute for Energy, Stanford University

Elizabeth BurtonElizabeth Burton
Program Director, Carbon Sequestration
California Institute for Energy and Environment, UC Berkeley

Randy D. CortrightRandy D. Cortright
Senior Research Advisor, Bioenergy Science and Technology
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

Amishi KumarAn overview of DOE Fossil Energy's Carbon Utilization R&D program
Amishi Kumar
Program Manager, U.S. Department of Energy

Vasilios I. ManousiouthakisMoving beyond the Prometheus paradigm in the utilization of carbon containing resources
Vasilios I. Manousiouthakis
Distinguished Professor, Director, Hydrogen Engineering, Research Consortium (HERC) UCLA

The 9th annual Carbon Capture and Utilization symposium will highlight innovations in materials, processes, devices, and novel approaches for reducing CO2 emissions. Approaches for capturing and storing CO2 will be discussed, and there will be a focus on beneficial uses for the CO2 that can create sustainable products and materials, generate revenue, and mitigate CO2 emissions in areas where geologic storage may not be an optimal solution.

 
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Symposium Sessions

Wednesday July 1

8:30Sustainable Materials Fireside Chat
10:30Carbon Capture & Utilization
1:30Carbon Capture & Utilization
4:00Carbon Capture & Utilization - Posters

Symposium Program

Wednesday July 1

8:30Sustainable Materials Fireside Chat
Session chair: Fiona Case, TechConnect, US
10:30Carbon Capture & Utilization
Session chair: Ron Munson, Cogentiv Solutions LLC, US
Moving beyond the Prometheus paradigm in the utilization of carbon containing resources
V. Manousiouthakis, University of California, Los Angeles, US
Using Waste Carbon Feedstocks to Produce Chemicals
E. Nesbitt, U.S. International Trade Commission, US
An overview of DOE Fossil Energy's Carbon Utilization R&D program
A. Kumar, U.S. Department of Energy, US
TBA
E. Burton, California Institute for Energy and Environment, UC Berkeley, US
Life Cycle Analysis Tools for Evaluating the Environmental Footprint of Carbon Utilization Projects
G. Cooney, T. Skone, M. Mutchek, U.S. Department of Energy, US
1:30Carbon Capture & Utilization
Session chair: Elizabeth Burton, UC. Berkeley, US
Performance-Advantaged Plastic Monomers Made from CO2 and Waste Biomass
M. Kanan, Stanford University, US
TBA
R. Cortright, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, US
Turning CO2 Into a Building Material by Mineralization
M. Bauchy, G. Sant, University of California, Los Angeles, US
A saline-water based mineralization scheme for gigaton-scale CO2 management
E.C. La Plante, J. Wang, A. Alturki, D. Simonetti, D. Jassby, G. Sant, University of California, Los Angeles, US
Integrated Process of CO2 Capture and Conversion to Chemicals: Technology Opportunities and Challenges
C. Panchal, K. Goyal, R. Doctor, E3Tec Service, LLC, US
4:00Carbon Capture & Utilization - Posters
Recent Advancements, Fundamental Challenges, and Opportunities in Design of Adsorbents for CO2 Capture
Y. Soujanya, A. Parameswari, CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, IN
A Review of the Scientific Literature for Supercritical CO2 Applications to Propose its Efficacy as a Heat Transfer Fluid and for Vapor Compression Cycles
J.C. Zelaya, A. Tremante, Florida International University, US
Computational design and screening of solid materials for CO2 capture application
Y. Duan, DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory, US

Topics & Application Areas

  • Technologies for Carbon Capture
  • Innovative Materials for Carbon Capture & Storage
  • Innovations in Direct Air Capture
  • Innovations in Carbon Dioxide Utilization
  • Demonstration Projects & Case Studies
  • Other
 
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