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Specialized, interdisciplinary or comprehensive approach in technology, policy, and regional cooperation is accelerated around the world to eliminate carbon dioxide emissions by 2050. The Society of Chemical Engineers of Japan has set "Policy Recommendations and Social Implementation for Solving Social Issues" as a priority policy for fiscal year 2020. In this symposium, we will discuss energy and environmental innovation and their social implementation. Why don't you discuss from various perspectives the chemical engineering challenge of zero emissions through industry-academia-government collaboration and interdisciplinary studies? This symposium is open to the public and is free of charge to all participants. Some of the sessions will be held as an international symposium.
Registration is FREE for participants attending only for the public sessions (SV-1, SV-2, SV-3, HC-11, HC-12, and SS-3) as an audience (not as a speaker). See Details.
|Title / Authors||Keywords||Topic code||Ack.|
|Hall A, Day 1|
|A114||[Invited lecture] The Three Transitions and Relevant MOE Projects||Vision symposium||SV-1||683|
|A115||[Requested talk] How Chemical Engineers Challenge the Net-Zero-Carbon Society for 2050?!||Vision symposium||SV-1||684|
|A116||[Invited lecture] AIST Global Zero Emission Research Center(GZR) Initiatives for a Decarbonized Society||Vision symposium||SV-1||685|
|A118||[Invited lecture] Taiheiyo Cement Long-term Vision toward 2050 carbon neutrality||Vision symposium||SV-1||686|
|A121||[Invited lecture] South Australia's clean energy transition and hydrogen opportunities||Vision symposium||SV-1||687|
|A123||[Invited lecture] Renewables-based electrification and hydrogen: the road towards net zero emissions||Vision symposium||SV-1||688|
|A127||Concluding Comments on the Session and Expectations for Chemical Engineers in Constructing a Carbon Neutral Economy||Vision symposium||SV-1||705|
|Strategy and project for Realization of Materials DX Platform Concept|