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SCEJ 50th Autumn Meeting (Kagoshima, 2018)

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SP) Special Symposium

SP-3. Chemical Engineering for Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage <Closed session>

Organizer(s): Kawanami Hajime (AIST), Sato Takafumi (Utsunomiya Univ.)

Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) are important topics, contributing to the largescale reduction of CO2 emission from various industrial sources, especially thermal power station. In last year, METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan) and DOE (Department of Energy, U.S.A.) signed an MOC (Memorandum of Cooperation) concerning the field of CCUS, and has growing expectations. In this symposium, we introduce the recent research topics about the CCUS emphasized on the fundamental to industrial scale, and we would also like to concern about the future development in relation with the chemical engineering aspects.

Most recent update: 2018-12-17 03:35:01

The keywords that frequently used
in this topics code.
Carbon dioxide3*
formic acid2
Green hydrogen1

91[Invited lecture] Prospects for the Future of Chemical Engineering on CCUS
(AIST) Harada Makoto
Carbon dioxide
121[Invited lecture] Catalyst Development for CO2 Hydrogenation to Methanol
(U. Tokyo) (Reg)Tada Shohei
Methanol synthesis
CO2 hydrogenation
140[Invited lecture] CO2 Hydrogenation and Dehydrogenation of Formic Acid for Hydrogen Storage
(AIST) Himeda Yuichiro
carbon dioxide
hydrogen storage
formic acid
180[Invited lecture] Artificial Photosynthesis: Present State and Future of Technology to Synthesize Organic Matter from Sunlight, Water and CO2
(Toyota Central R&D Lab.) (Cor)Morikawa Takeshi
Artificial Photosynthesis
CO2 Reduction
191[Invited lecture] Preparation of Functional Particles and Immobilization of Carbon Dioxide from Steelmaking Slag Using Carbon Dioxide
(Nihon U.) Toyama Takeshi
Carbon dioxide
steelmaking slag
254[Invited lecture] Verification Test for Practical Use of Energy-saving Separation and Recovery of Carbon Dioxide at Thermal Power Plants
(Kansai Electric Power) *Kozakai Akira, Taike Suguru
carbon dioxide capture
verification test
374[Invited lecture] Carbon Dioxide Utilization with Biocatalyst
(Osaka City U.) Amao Yutaka
carbon dioxide utilization
formic acid
770[Invited lecture] Current Status of Asahi-Kasei's Alkaline Water Electrolysis System, and Our Approach toward CCUS
(Asahi Kasei) (Cor)Usui Taketoshi
Alkaline water electrolysis
Green hydrogen

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List of received applications
SCEJ 50th Autumn Meeting (Kagoshima, 2018)

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