At the CLIMIT Summit 2015, BIGCCS researchers presented one keynote lecture, three oral presentations, and 10 posters. Contributions covered capture, transport and storage, and displayed the latest results from current R&D activities. A list
By Svend Tollak Munkejord The CLIMIT Summit 2015 took place 24–25 February in Oslo. CLIMIT is the Norwegian programme for research on, development of, and demonstration of technology for, CO2 capture, transport and storage (CCS).
When the deadline expired Sunday midnight, February 15, an all-time record of 300 abstracts had been submitted for the TCCS-8 Conference to be held in Trondheim, June 16-18. This is up 15% from the
SINTEF and NTNU are seeking nominations for the SINTEF and NTNU CCS Award 2015. Established in 2011, the award is a recognition for outstanding achievements within the field of carbon capture, transport and storage.
The Trondheim Conference on CO2 Capture, Transport and Storage (TCCS-8) is held for the 8th time on June 16-18, in Trondheim, Norway. During the brightest summer hours at latitude 63.4, the aim is to
Georg Baumgartner successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis with the project title “Flame Flashback in Premixed Hydrogen-Air Combustion Systems” on December 12, 2014, in Munich, Germany. He has experimentally investigated the flashback behavior of turbulent
After six years of operation, BIGCCS has established a solid foothold as a leading research and innovation center in CO2 capture, transport and storage (CCS). BIGCCS contributes in important arenas. The FME scheme has
Rafael Sanchez successfully defended his thesis “Modelling and simulation of reactive gas-solid flows in circulating fluidized bed reactors” on December 12, 2014. Rafael’s work has focused on mathematical modelling and numerical simulation of reactive
BIGCCS Board Meeting No 13 was held at Scandic Nidelven Hotel in Trondheim on November 27. Focus of the meeting this time was operational status, planning of 2015, and discussions on continued activities after