Events

07-08 Sep 2022

Online

UKCCSRC Autumn 2022 Conference – CCS: Multiple Options for Delivery

Location
Michael Swann Building, The University of Edinburgh, Max Born Crescent, King’s Buildings, Edinburgh EH9 3BF
UKCCSRC conference will be a face-to-face event (subject to COVID-related guidance) in Edinburgh. There will also be the option to watch the talks online and submit questions to speakers via the Chat function. The theme of the Autumn conference is “CCS: Multiple Options for Delivery” and we will be hearing from both UK and international speakers. https://ukccsrc.ac.uk/event/ukccsrc-autumn-2022-conference/

Upcoming

13 Oct
2022

NCCS Webinar: ECCSEL Svelvik CO2 Field Lab

NCCS's 2022 webinar programme promises a range of exciting topics from across the CCS value chain. No matter your interest or specialisation, this is a chance to either dive deeper into your own subject – or learn something new about someone else’s.
19 Oct
2022
Online

Research Infrastructures contribution to SDGs enabling excellent science in service of society

The ERIC Forum WP5 (Communication and Dissemination), in collaboration with ELIXIR, will be organising a side event in the frame of ICRI 2022 (International Conference on Research Infrastructures). The event will be held on 19 October 2022 from 19:00 to 20:30, following the ICRI Plenary sessions, and will bring together policy makers, Research Infrastructures and the general public to raise awareness about Research Infrastructures’ role and contribution to the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The presentation will address the 5 clusters of the ESFRI roadmap, and will highlight examples of the activities and actions implemented to reach the different SDGs. https://www.eric-forum.eu/2022/07/18/eric-forum-and-elixir-session-at-icri-2022-research-infrastructures-contribution-to-sdgs-enabling-excellent-science-in-service-of-society/
19-21
Oct
2022

International Conference on Research Infrastructures

Location
Czech Republic
23-27
Oct
2022

16th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT-16)

In acknowledging the importance of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) to reduce CO2 emissions and meet the Paris Agreement’s objectives, France submitted and were successfully selected to host the 16th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Control Technologies (GHGT-16).