Image  MatGas Seminar Series on CO2 and related issues

  by Prof. Robert C. Armstrong. MIT

  Date:   June 18th 12:00
  Location: MATGAS meeting room

 

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NOTE: The seminar will also be offered on-line for those who cannot attend in person. Please, you must contact Ms. Montse Salas (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), as soon as possible, to let her know your intention to participate on-line.

 

The MatGas Seminar Series on CO2 and related issues were inaugurated last December and their objective is to acquire and divulgate a solid knowledge of the state of the art in the field of CO2 capture, utilization and energy issues associated to environmentally benign energy technology. Several international experts on CO2 capture, sequestration, utilization and energy connected issues (including hydrogen) with different and complementary perspectives: from fundamental knowledge to well developed technologies, will be invited to participate at this series. The complementary approach will enlighten the issues and challenges on this relevant topic. A list of invited speakers who already  participated includes: Prof. Alain Demourgues, from ICMCB-CNRS-University of Bordeaux 1 (France),  Dr. J. Angel Menéndez, from INCAR-CSIC (Spain), Prof. Ken Seddon, from Belfast (UK), Prof. Mercedes Maroto-Valer from University of Nottingham (UK) and Dr. Santiago Sabugal, president of  the Spanish CO2 Platform.

These seminars are held on monthly basis at the MatGas building (Campus Universitat Autonoma de  Barcelona), if you want to receive information, please contact Ms. Montse Salas  (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).


Short Bio

 

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Robert C. Armstrong
Professor Robert C. Armstrong is the Chevron Professor and former Department Head of Chemical  Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT); He recently served as co-chair of  MIT ' s Energy Research Council and is presently Deputy Director of the MIT Energy Initiative.  He completed his undergraduate studies at the Georgia Institute of Technology with highest honors  in 1970, with the Bachelor of Chemical Engineering Degree. He then received the Doctor of  Philosophy in 1973 from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in Chemical Engineering. 
 
Professor Armstrong has received a number of awards, including the AIChE Warren K. Lewis Award,  AIChE Professional Progress Award, the Bingham Medal from the Society of Rheology, the University  of Wisconsin-Madison Distinguished Service Citation, and election to the Georgia Tech Academy of  Distinguished Engineering Alumni. His two-volume book, " Dynamics of Polymer Liquids" has been named a Citation Classic. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering. Professor  Armstrong has published more than 120 papers and books and given more than 330 presentations in  the areas of polymer fluid mechanics, rheology of complex materials, and energy.