The INITIATE project consortium in collaboration with Radboud University, Politecnico di Milano, and CO₂ Value Europe will hold its first Summer School in Nijmegen (NL) from the 10th to the 14th of July.
The Technology and Sustainability Modelling for Net-zero Industries Summer School will provide a robust and in-depth understanding of economic and environmental assessment methods to address industrial innovations, such as Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) and Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies.
The program will take place over five days and it will consist of in-depth lectures by modelling experts, presentations by industry experts, as well as workgroup assignments in which participants will get hands-on modelling assignments and discussion questions.
By the end of the course, participants will be equipped with the necessary insight and expertise to understand and apply the multi-disciplinary approach, which is needed to effectively reduce emissions in the hard-to-abate industry.
The course is open to:
🟢 Master students
🟢 Young professionals
Basic knowledge of university-level mathematics/statistics and energy systems is required, as well as an interest in modelling.
CO₂ Value Europe is proudly part of the INITIATE consortium as WP7 leader in communication and dissemination. The INITIATE project, funded by the Horizon 2020 EU program, will advance the implementation of circular economy, industrial symbiosis and CCU technologies by re-using residual steel gases as a resource for the cross-sectorial, more efficient and less wasteful manufacture of urea, at a significantly reduced carbon footprint. More on the INITIATE project here.
Early bird registration: 1st of April 2023. Apply as soon as possible!
Please find the draft agenda and info on the registration process on the Summer School’s page.