Atmospheric carbon compounds can be captured, stored and utilised in the production of chemical products and materials, for example. C1 compounds (CO2, CO, CH4, CH3OH) are potential sources of raw material for the production of fuels, materials and chemicals. The goal is to find solutions that enable CO2 and CH4 emissions, for example, to be utilised in industrial manufacturing in accordance with the principles of green chemistry.
Arranged by the C1 Value Academy Programme, the seminar was aimed at researchers in both academia and industry and at all those interested in C1 research.
Please contact Programme Manager Saila Seppo by email (firstname.lastname(at)aka.fi) to obtain material presented in the seminar.
9.15–9.30 Fixing connections
9.30–9.35 Opening words, C1 Value Programme, Prof. Reko Leino
9.35–9.55 The role of CO2 in green electrification ecosystem, Green E2, Pia Salokoski, CLIC Innovation
10.00–10.15 Extremophile microorganisms as a source of highly productive enzymes for CO2 reduction to formic acid and other C1 fuels and platform chemicals, Silvan Scheller, Aalto University, Malin Bomberg, VTT, and Jan Deska, Aalto University
10.15–10.30 Conversion of CO2 to fuels with tailored heterogeneous catalysts, Karoliina Honkala, University of Jyväskylä, and Riikka Puurunen, Aalto University
10.30–10.45 Formation of CO, CH4 and CH3OH by electrochemical reduction of CO2, Miguel Caro, Aalto University
10.45–11.00 Added value for CO2-based chemicals through C-C coupling, Timo Repo, University of Helsinki
11.00–11.15 CarbonSurf, Camilla Tossi, Aalto University
11.30–11.45 A sustainable bioelectrochemical conversion of CO2 and methanol into chemical commodities and their recovery, Marika Kokko, Tampere University, and Ulla Lassi, University of Oulu
11.45–12.00 Physical mechanisms in acetate-activated carbon-capturing concrete (CCC), Päivö Kinnunen, University of Oulu
12.00–12.15 Experimental and numerical modelling of temperature-pressure swing adsorption process for direct CO2 capture from the atmosphere and waste airflows, Pekka Simell, VTT, Christian Breyer, LUT University, and Manu Lahtinen, University of Jyväskylä
12.15–12.30 MOFs catalyzed direct gas-phase reactions for the conversion of C1 compounds, Anna Lähde, University of Eastern Finland, and Kari Rissanen, University of Jyväskylä