Preliminary Programme

1st Day (2 December 2014; 10 am - 7.0 pm): Political framework and visions

  • Policy & visions
  • CO2 capture & purification
  • H2 generation: prerequisite for CO2 economy
  • CO2 based fuels

2nd Day (2 December 2014; 9 am - 7.0 pm): Chemicals and energy from CO2

  • Natural and artificial photosynthetic systems
  • Chemicals and building blocks
  • Polymers & Materials
     

Register now at: http://www.co2-chemistry.eu/registration

Confirmed speakers

David Addison, Virgin Earth Challenge, United Kingdom
Michael Carus, nova-Institut GmbH, Germany
  Prof. Dr. Peter Styring, CO2Chem network, United Kingdom
  Sven Petersen, Linde Engineering, Germany
 
Bruce Dannenberg, Phytonix Corporation, United States
  N.N., LanzaTech NZ Ltd., New Zealand
  Christian Schweitzer, bse engineering Leipzig GmbH, Germany
  N.N. Liquid Light Corporation, United States
  Peter Shepard, Novomer Inc., United States


Also invited speakers by now from:
EU Commission, International Energy Agency, Kilimanjaro Inc., Climeworks & AUDI, Carbon Engineering Inc., InfraServ Knapsack, University of Lyon, Firewater Fuels, Hydrogenics, H2Wales, Sunfire Inc., Krajete GmbH & FIAT, Imperial College London, Suncatalytix, OakBio Inc., Solvay, RWTH Aachen, Sweetwater Energy, Photanol Biosolarcells, Econic Technologies, Durham University