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ICCDU 2016 Abstract Submission is open

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Abstract Submissions Open Now

The 14th International Conference on Carbon Dioxide Utilization will be held at the University of Sheffield, UK from the 11th -15th September 2016.  The  ICCDU is the premier scientific conference on CO2 utilisation research and  provides a multi-disciplinary forum on recent innovations in fundamental and applied aspects of carbon dioxide utilization.

We are now accepting abstract submissions for ICCDU 2016. The conference will have 3 broad themes and we welcome abstracts in the following areas:

  • CO2 insertion any processes in-which CO2 is inserted i.e. polymerisation, mineralisation.
  • CO2 splitting any process in which CO2 is split, i.e. electrochemistry, plasma, photochemistry.
  • Enabling technologies i.e. carbon capture, LCA, CO2 utilisation in the circular economy, hydrogen production for CO2 utilisation, energy integration, whole systems approaches.

Abstracts should be submitted using the attached and then sending it to abstracts@iccdu2016.org.uk

Closing date for abstracts is 29th February 2016

For more information on the conference visit www.iccdu2016.org.uk

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