Carbon management programmes at the Centre for Innovation in Carbon Capture and Storage (CICCS)

By Professor Mercedes MAROTO-VALER
Centre for Innovation in Carbon Capture and Storage
School of Chemical and Environmental Engineering
The University of Nottingham (UK)

Date:     April 24th 12:00 pm
Place:   MATGAS meeting room

 

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Dear friends and colleagues,

It is a pleasure for me to invite you to participate at the "MatGas Seminar Series on CO2 and related issues" that we are organizing at MatGas. The objective of this seminar series is to acquire a solid knowledge of the state of the art in the field of CO2 capture, utilization and energy issues associated to environmentally benign energy technologies. We will invite internationally recognized experts on CO2 capture, sequestration, utilization and energy connected issues (including hydrogen) with different and complementary perspectives: from fundamental knowledge to well developed technologies, enlightening the issues and challenges on this relevant topic. The seminars will be held at the MatGas building (Campus Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona).
 
Professor Mercedes MAROTO-VALER, from CICCS - University of Nottingham (UK), is going to give the third seminar of this series, under the title: "Carbon management programmes at the Centre for Innovation in Carbon Capture and Storage (CICCS)". The seminar will be held on April 24th, at 12:00.

You are cordially invited to participate in this seminar series.

Sincerely,

Dr. Lourdes F. Vega

MATGAS Director

For further information, please, contact Ms. Montserrat Salas at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

   Short bio:

Professor Mercedes Maroto-Valer's research interests are widespread and encompass several fields related to the multidisciplinary areas of the environment and energy, with particular emphasis on carbon management, including CO2 capture and sequestration; recovery and utilization of combustion by-products; mercury control technologies; and coal carbonization. She is Professor in Energy Technologies, the Director of the EPSRC funded Centre for Innovation in Carbon Capture and Storage (CICCS) and Deputy Head of School of Chemical and Environmental Engineering.  Her research programmes cover all the range from blue sky research to proof of concept and patent development leading to commercialisation.  Prof Maroto-Valer has secured £2.6 million to date in research grants and awards, and she is currently principal investigator in projects worth over £1.7 million from EU, EPSRC, BCURA-DBERR and industries.  Prof Maroto-Valer has over 180 publications, holds numerous prestigious international prizes and leading positions in professional societies, editorial boards and acts regularly as reviewer for journals and funding agencies.
http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/carbonmanagement/