International Sulcis Summer School on CCS Technologies 2017
February 21 2017
Registration for the fifth edition of International Sulcis Summer School on CCS Technologies is now open. Organized by ENEA, Sotacarbo, University of Cagliari (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry and Materials), IEA CCC and CO2GeoNet, the International Sulcis Summer School on CCS Technologies will be held at the Sotacarbo Research Center of Carbonia (CI) from 19 to 23 June 2017.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is the primary greenhouse gas emitted through human activities. Almost 60% of CO2 emissions produced by human activities comes from large industrial plants such as coal fired power plants, oil and gas, refineries and manufacturing plants of steel, cement, paper and chemicals. The CO2 released into the atmosphere contributes to global warming. CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage) technologies can reduce CO2 emissions level, capturing carbon dioxide before it’s been released and then injecting it into deep subsurface rock formations for long-term storage.
The Sulcis Summer School is open to 40 students from all over the world with a background in engineering, geo-technologies and socio-economic disciplines.
The School venue is the Sotacarbo Research Center, which provides industrial and demonstrative plants, laboratories and expertise on advanced clean coal technologies.
The Sulcis Summer School on CCS, organized with the support of universities, research institutes and major companies in the sector, aims to offer to participants a broader view of all the possible issues that revolve around a theme of urgent relevance today, such as the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere. It also provides information and documentation on all the technological sides of the CCS subject - including an update of ongoing projects worldwide.
Lessons are mixed with practical training in the "field". All registered students are enabled to access the e-learning platform of ENEA ICT Technical Unit (http://elearning.enea.it) where they can join a special learning program on CCS.
The Sulcis Summer School is keen to provide training and information for administrators and stakeholders in order to increase confidence on CCS technologies and thereby contribute to their social acceptability.
Poster Session at CCS Summer School 2017
The 2017 edition of the Summer School hosts a poster session that runs throughout the five days of the School. This poster session includes works from students in the areas of CCS and related topics.
The poster session is a key opportunity for researchers, post-doc’s and graduate students to showcase their researches and activities.
The “Best International Sulcis Summer School Poster 2017,” awarded during the closing day on Friday 23 June, will be selected from the posters presented by a jury on behalf of the Summer School Organizing Committee.
Poster submissions: email@example.com
CCS Summer School is online!
Register yourself to the CCS Summer School and you can have immediate online access, through the ENEA-UTICT e-learning management system, to papers, documents, articles, national and international legislation, reports on the main stakeholders on Carbon Capture and Storage.
In the e-learning management system many tools, such as forums and instant messaging service, are available to allow you to collaborate with your colleagues, to share learning materials and upload your documents. The use of the e-learning platform is simple and intuitive!
After you registration in the Summer School, you will receive an email with your username and password to gain access to the restricted area of the e-learning system:
- Go to http://elearning.enea.it
- Enter your username ( firstname.lastname ) and password
- In the homepage click on "Course categories" - "International Sulcis CCS Summer School"