Catalysis and Reaction Engineering

Webinar: Catalysis for Production of Clean Energy

Webinar: Catalysis for Production of Clean Energy
  • Date From 23rd November 2020
  • Date To 23rd November 2020
  • Price Free of charge, open to all.
  • Location Online: 10:00 GMT. Duration: 2 hours.

Overview

Biofuel is one of the potential alternative energy resources that can be derived from renewable and low-grade origin through different processes. Catalysts play an important role in the production of biofuel. In this webinar organised by Catalysis SIG and Clean Energy SIG, you will get to dive into the latest development of catalysis science and technology for biofuel production.

This webinar is aimed at those with an interest in the area of catalysis and clean energy, including PhD students, early career researchers and academics. Through the keynote from Prof Patricia Thornley and six 20-minute presentations, key technologies and trends will be communicated to attendees.

Presenters

Prof Patricia Thornley, Aston University

Patricia Thornley is director of the EEnergy and Bioproducts Research Institute at Aston University and of the Supergen Bioenerg hub. Patricia has 25 years’ experience working on bioenergy projects in industry and academia, particularly modelling process, life cycle and environmental performance. She has acted as PI on over £10M UKRI funding and secured 7 knowledge transfer/impact awards in the last 5 years. She has led the Supergen bioenergy hub since 2012, is editor in chief of the journal Biomass and Bioenergy, is the UK nominated representative on the European Technology and Innovation Platform for biotechnology and bioenergy and chairs the advisory board for the Committee on Climate Change’s bioenergy report.

  • Mark Hodgson

  • Peer Mohamed 

  • Nathan Skillen

  • Lan Lan

  • Yaolin Wang

Time 

10:00—12:00 GMT.

Software

The presentation will be delivered via GoToWebinar®. 
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You are advised to join the webinar at least ten minutes before the scheduled start time, to allow for your computer to connect.

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