5 September 2016

Energy Research

Organised by:

SCI's Scotland Group

University of Aberdeen

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An evening of talks by SCI PhD student members presenting their energy related research. A variety of energy sources will be discussed including hydrogen, natural gas, carbon storage and biofuels. The event will be followed by a drinks reception in the Meston Foyer and is preceded by the Scotland Group AGM.

Day 1 - 05th September 2016

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Venue and Contact

University of Aberdeen

Meston 1 Lecture Theatre
Meston Building, Meston Walk
University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen
AB24 3UE

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Talk Topics/Speakers

  • Making Hydrogen - Paul Brack, SCI Scholar and Loughborough University
  • Natural Gas Upgrade to Chemical Feedstock via the Oxidative Coupling of Methane - Ojotule Onojo, SCI Scotland Group prizewinner and University of Aberdeen
  • Geological Carbon Storage: Understanding Carbonate Formation at the Individual Cation Level - Greg Mutch, SCI Scotland Group prizewinner and University of Aberdeen
  • Present and Prospective Insight on Biofuels from Algae - Ruth Anyanwu, SCI Scotland Group prizewinner and University of the West of Scotland