Want to find out about a efficient CO2 conversion process called COZMOS from SINTEF - Norway? Meet Richard HEYN and register NOW to the first of our online Master Sessions !

Want to find out about a efficient CO2 conversion process called COZMOS from SINTEF - Norway? Meet Richard HEYN and register NOW to the first of our online Master Sessions !

The COZMOS project - Efficient CO2 conversion via multisite Zeolite-Metal nanocatalysts to fuels and Olefins - aims to develop a one-step process for the conversion of CO2 and H2 to C3 hydrocarbons. Through the judicious choice of CO2 hydrogenation catalysts to methanol and methanol-to-hydrocarbon catalysts, the project will exploit Le Chatelier's principle to use methanol directly for the production of C3 hydrocarbons, thus increasing CO2 conversions. Close collaboration between process development and catalyst development will provide an as-efficient process as possible. The technology will be verified at TRL5 in an industrial setting. This presentation will provide an overview of the COZMOS project including an update of the catalyst development work.

Richard H. HEYN received his Ph. D. in organometallic chemistry from the University of California, San Diego, in 1992. After two post-doctoral appointments and a brief sojourn in industry, he joined SINTEF in 1998. His main research area is carbon dioxide utilisation (CCU), specifically the development of homogeneous catalysts for the conversion of CO2 to value-added organic chemicals. He has over 70 publications (h = 29) and was Associate Editor of the Journal of Coordination Chemistry. He is currently a member of the Industrial Research and Innovation Advisory Group (IRIAG) of the Horizon Europe private-public partnership Processes4Planet (formally SPIRE). Richard is coordinator of the H2020 project C123 - Methane oxidative conversion and hydroformylation to propylene, and is Dissemination and Communications Manager of the H2020 project COZMOS - Efficient CO2 conversion via multisite Zeolite-Metal nanocatalysts to fuels and Olefins.

Each Master Session will take up to 2 hours from 9.30AM till noon and will be themed according to the following specific subjects:
Session #1 CCU – Mineralisation – Hydrogen Programme: 20 May
Session #2Energy storage and batteries recycling Programme: 27 May 2021

The detailed programme and list of speakers are available here.

How to register?

You can register for one or both sessions, à la carte so to speak. Should you opt for a registration to both sessions (full menu formula), a discount will be applied.


Pricing (VAT excluded):

> Members*: €100.00 per Master Session & €175 for both sessions
> Non-Members: €140.00 per Master Session & €245.00 for both sessions
> Students: FREE

Payment is to be made via this payment platform prior to registration process.

Cancellation policy: Please note that no refund will be made for cancellation. However, the registered person may be replaced. In that case, GreenWin has to be informed as soon as possible, and provided with the full details of the surrogate participant, at the following address: conferences@greenwin.be

(*) fee applicable for all members of the Walloon Innovation Clusters. If you are member of another Walloon Innovation Cluster (Wagralim, BioWin, Logistics In Wallonia, MecaTech, Skywin), please, send a proof of your membership to the following address: compta@greenwin.be

 

Organised by GreenWin in partnership with Wallonia.be , Wallonia regionessenscia WallonieJohn Cockerill , De Smet Engineers & Contractors & Fluxys 

 

Special thanks to:
CarmeusePrayon , Syngulon , TWEED Cluster , ULBUCLouvainULiègeGembloux AgroBioTechUNamur and UMons for their support.

20/05/2021