The Carbon Dioxide Utilisation Network


CO2Chem Summer School – July 2018

The inaugural CO2Chem Summer School delivers a four day masters level multidisciplinary course in carbon dioxide utilisation. It will be held at Sheffield University from the 9th to 13th July 2018.

The programme covers core chemistry and chemical engineering plus life-cycle and techno-economic analysis, industrial symbiosis, circular economy, national/international policy and public affairs. It tackles each topic in turn and then brings everything together through an extended exercise based on state-of-the art industrial case studies.

The summer school has much to offer post-graduate students and early career researchers from across the associated engineering and physical sciences, whether from academia or industry. It is hosted at the UK Centre for Carbon Dioxide Utilisation at Sheffield University, running from 9th to 13th July.

The initiative forms part of the CO2Chem EPSRC Grand Challenge Network, which allows this year’s fees to be can kept low: £100 (students), £200 (non-students).

The course is restricted to 30 places so it is advisable to register early. A limited number of bed and breakfast places are also available. Cost for four nights’ accommodation (i.e. staying Monday to Friday) is £152 per person.


Venue – Richard Roberts Building at The University of Sheffield, UK

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