European Research & Innovation Workshop

The European Research and Innovation: Transformation and storage of renewable energy Workshop will be held on Friday 28th October 2022, and it is organised by Jose Ramón Galán (ICREA Research Professor and ICIQ). It is focused on the European research and innovation, more specifically on the transformation and storage of renewable energies. During that day, European funded collaborative project leaders will describe their approach, challenges and the status of their projects.

 

To join the workshop, register to the conference here.

 

Christine Courillon

The European Research Council (ERC) is a leading European funding body supporting excellent investigator-driven frontier research across all fields of science. ERC calls are open to researchers around the world.
This presentation will focus on how ERC funds research projects. The purpose is to emphasize the career opportunities for the researchers, we will remind what the eligibility criteria are, and which call might suit your career stage.
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If you have a visionary idea, we will give you some tips to design an individual proposal allowing you to build a team aiming at developing and implementing this idea. At this session, the main features of ERC individual and synergy grants will be presented, as well as testimonials from an ERC grantee in the field of Material Sciences. Young investigators as well as advanced researchers who work at the forefront of their field of expertise are encouraged to attend.

Confirmed projects:

Hermenegildo García

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METHASOL is a research and innovation project funded by the European union under the Horizon 2020 programme. It aims to produce methanol through a sustainable and cost-effective CO2 conversion using nothing more than light. If you have a visionary idea, we will give you some tips to design an individual proposal allowing you to build a team aiming at developing and implementing this idea. At this session, the main features of ERC individual and synergy grants will be presented, as well as testimonials from an ERC grantee in the field of Material Sciences. Young investigators as well as advanced researchers who work at the forefront of their field of expertise are encouraged to attend.

Sara Goberna

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ECO2Fuel means "Large-scale low-temperature electrochemical CO2 conversion to sustainable liquid fuels" and is a EU project under Horizon2020 (Green Deal). It aims to design, manufacture, operate, and validate the worldwide first low-temperature 1MW direct, electrochemical CO2 conversion system to produce economic and sustainable liquid e-fuels. The projects goal is to build a low-carbon, climate resilient future.

 

Josep Albero

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FlowPhotoChem aims to develop and model an integrated modular system based on continuous-flow heterogeneous photo(electro)catalytic reactors to produce relevant chemicals, such as ethylene, among many other high-value chemicals, using abundant resources such as water, carbon dioxide and light.

Antoni Llobet

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Artificial photosynthesis mimics the natural process of converting sunlight to energy stored in chemical bonds. In LICROX we will fabricate and test a photoelectrochemical cell (PEC), an artificial photosynthesis device for converting sunlight, water and carbon dioxide (CO2) into carbon-based molecules containing 1 carbon (C1) or 2 carbons (C2), capable of storing chemical energy.

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