Because CO2oling the earth will be a hub where you can find high level research details on capture, recover, storage, use and conversion of CO2.
Not only the School will host academic representatives, but several companies will participate to present their work and some of the application that your research may heve. There will be the unique possibility to "touch first hand" few of those realities thank to dedicated Site visits.
The CO2oling the Earth Summer School will take place at the Amsterdam Science Park (close to University of Amsterdam) in the Netherlands.
You can appoint to the school by filling the "Registration Form" under the Registration page. Soon after your registration you will receive a confirmation email.
The CO2oling the Earth Summer School is free of charge. The school is sponsored by RECODE and ENGICOIN projects.
The projects have received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreements No. 768583 (RECODE) and No.760994 (ENGICOIN). Silver sponsors are: Project CELBICON (GA 679050) and BIOROBUR Plus (GA 736272)
In order to aim at the wider diffusion of our results, the School is accessible at no cost.
No. The costs for accomodation and meals shall covered by the participants.
You are kindly required to CONTACT US within 3 days prior the School start in case you won't be able to participate.
All the material presented during the school will be available for dowload on this site, under the session Docs & News
All the students, fellows, PhD or Post-Docs involved in any of the projects presented during the school, is invited to sumbit a poster. The posters will have to focus on the presenter's work related to the project and shall show the EU project disclaimer.
Presenters willing to submit a Poster can fill the form on the Registration page.
All the posters accepted for the school and all the Open Access publications related to each Project will be uploaded in the "Repository" page of the present site.
The list of companies that can be visited is available in our Agenda
Participants will have the possibility to visit only one company. All the companies will be visited at the same time and it won't be possible to visit two in a row.
Visits are free of charge, nevertheless transport to closest venues won't be covered by the organization.
For farther locations, transfer will be organized.
The event is organized by Italian Institute of Technology (IIT), Politecnico di Torino and Rijksuniversiteit Groningen in the context of RECODE, SunCOChem and OCEAN projects. These projects have received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreements No 768583 (RECODE), 862192 (SUNCOCHEM) and 767798 (OCEAN).