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CO2OLING THE EARTH SUMMER SCHOOL II: FOCUS ON BIO-CCU - WEBINAR SERIES

The Laboratory of Steam Boilers and Thermal Plants (Prof. S. Karellas, PhD Cand. D. Magiri - Skouloudi), in the context of BIOCON-CO2 research project (Project website: biocon-co2.eu), is happy to announce that the postponed "CO2OLING THE EARTH SUMMER SCHOOL II: FOCUS ON BIO-CCU" summer school on CO2 capture and valorisation technologies will be hosted online between 29/9 - 1/10/2020 due to measures to tackle COVID-19 spread.

For more information please visit the event page.

Date: 
30. June 2020 (All day)

BIOCON-CO2 Summer School Rescheduled

The Laboratory of Steam Boilers and Thermal Plants would like to thank you for your interest in participating in the CO2oling the Earth II Summer School, organized by LSBTP, NTUA as part of the BIOCON-CO2 European (H2020) research project.

Unfortunately, due to the CoViD-19 pandemic, we decided to reschedule the event for 29/9/2020 to 2/10/2020.

The exact venue and schedule will be announced soon.

Date: 
3. April 2020 (All day)

Deadline extension: Call for abstracts for the Co2oling the Earth II Summer School poster session

The extended submission deadline is 20th March 2020.

View call for abstracts announcement.

Call for abstracts for the Co2oling the Earth II Summer School poster session

The National Technical University of Athens, along with the BIOCON-CO2 project consortium, invite researchers from around the world to submit abstracts for posters on CCUS-related research topics. The poster session will be held in the context of the "Co2oling the Earth Summer School II: Focus on Bio-CCU" Summer School.

Please send your abstracts (up to 300 words) via e-mail in .docx or .pdf file format to Despina Magiri Skouloudi at dmskouloudi@mail.ntua.gr. The submission deadline is 29th February 2020.

Date: 
10. February 2020 (All day)

CO2OLING THE EARTH SUMMER SCHOOL II: FOCUS ON BIO-CCU

The Laboratory of Steam Boilers and Thermal Plants, in the contex of BIOCON-CO2 project, is hosting a summer school on CO2 capture and valorisation technologies between 26 - 29 of May 2020.
For more information please visit the event page.
An electronic registration form can be accessed through this
link.


Date: 
31. January 2020 (All day)

Welcome

The Laboratory of Steam Boilers and Thermal Plants has been working for the last 30 years on:

  • The examination of phenomena which affect and determine the process of combustion in furnaces of conventional and non-conventional steam boilers
  • The formation of pollutants and the technologies for their reduction.
  • The examination of heat transfer phenomena on the exchange surfaces of steam boilers.
  • The testing and checking of heating systems as for their efficiency and their exhaust gas quality.
  • The energy saving from Thermal Power Plants.
  • The development of new technologies and combustion systems such as the burning in a Fluidised Bed
  • The prediction and coping with problems through the computational simulation of flow fields, of transfer and combustion phenomena.
  • The energetic use of biomass (combustion, gasification)
  • Fuel cell technology
  • Novel technologies for CO2 capture in power production sector
  • Hydrogen use in energy production

Short overview of the research activities can be found here


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The Laboratory of Steam Boilers and Thermal Plants (Prof. S. Karellas, PhD Cand. D. Magiri - Skouloudi), in the context of BIOCON-CO2 research project (Project website: biocon-co2.eu), is happy to announce that the postponed "CO2OLING THE EARTH SUMMER SCHOOL II: FOCUS ON BIO-CCU" summer school...