The Carbon Dioxide Utilisation Network

Events Calendar

Events and meetings organised by or partnering with CO2Chem on carbon dioxide utilisation.

Sep
2
Mon
2019
Summer School @ The Diamond, Sheffield University
Sep 2 – Sep 4 all-day

A series of CO2Chem, Network Events are taking place from 2nd to 6th September 2019:

  • Summer School (Mon-Wed)
  • Workshop (Thu)
  • Network Reception and Annual Dinner (Thu Eve)
  • Status Conference (Fri)

All events take place at Sheffield University. You may attend any combination.

Early Bird registration runs March to May. Standard registration runs June to August.

Grant support, as an EPSRC Grand Challenge Network, enables us to set fees well below cost.

Please see our events web page for full details and registration

Sep
5
Thu
2019
CCU Workshop @ The Diamond, Sheffield University
Sep 5 all-day

A series of CO2Chem, Network Events are taking place from 2nd to 6th September 2019:

  • Summer School (Mon-Wed)
  • Workshop (Thu)
  • Network Reception and Annual Dinner (Thu Eve)
  • Status Conference (Fri)

All events take place at Sheffield University. You may attend any combination.

Early Bird registration runs March to May. Standard registration runs June to August.

Grant support, as an EPSRC Grand Challenge Network, enables us to set fees well below cost.

Please see our events web page for full details and registration

Sep
6
Fri
2019
CO2Chem Status Conference @ The Diamond, Sheffield University
Sep 6 – Sep 10 all-day

A series of CO2Chem, Network Events are taking place from 2nd to 6th September 2019:

  • Summer School (Mon-Wed)
  • Workshop (Thu)
  • Network Reception and Annual Dinner (Thu Eve)
  • Status Conference (Fri)

All events take place at Sheffield University. You may attend any combination.

The CO2Chem Status conference brings together members of the network to share latest  updates and research developments in CO2 Utilisation. If you would like to give a presentation at the conference please contact p.styring@sheffield.ac.uk

Early Bird registration runs March to May. Standard registration runs June to August.

Grant support, as an EPSRC Grand Challenge Network, enables us to set fees well below cost.

Please see our events web page for full details and registration

Sep
11
Wed
2019
Sustainability Metrics – Tracking, Measuring and Reporting Responsible Innovation
Sep 11 all-day

Measure and monitor your supply chain’s performance with appropriate and easy-to-use sustainability metrics.

Existing industrial sustainability metrics primarily focus on the chemical process, although the need to consider the performance of a “bigger picture” is prevalent and growing. This workshop is dedicated to demonstrating current trends and practices in applying qualitative and quantitative sustainability evaluation practices, through use of LCA and other industrial bestprocedures.

Wednesday 11th September 2019, 9.30am—4pm Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence, Department of Chemistry, University of York

Event Flyer                   Free Registration                 

The event forms part of the STAR-ProBio project.

 

Sep
22
Sun
2019
4th EuCheMS Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry @ Tarragona, Spain
Sep 22 – Sep 25 all-day

This conference continues the successful meetings held in Budapest (2013), Lisbon (2015) and York (2017) and offers opportunities to discuss the latest developments in green & sustainable chemistry, creation of new partnerships and amplifying existing networks between academia and industry.

The leading topics of this conference will focus on green/bio-polymers, photochemistry & catalysis, electrochemistry & catalysis, carbon dioxide valorization and biomass conversions. These topics continue to challenge the chemical community as a whole but also offer new opportunities for chemistry to alleviate the negative effects of conventional chemical production transitioning toward more sustainable technologies.

During the EUGSC-4, there will be a joint session co-organized by the Division of Chemistry and the Environment (DCE) that will focus on water treatment.

Organiser’s Website