Syngas is a mixture of mainly carbonmonoxide, carbondioxide and hydrogen that is produced through the gasification of carbon-based waste products and industrial processes. Large quantities of syngas are released as a part of industrial off-gases, from e.g. steel mills. Microbial syngas fermentation has the great potential in providing sustainable production of chemicals and fuels from an entirely renewable energy system.
Place: Teknikparkens Konferenscenter, Lecture room Afrodite, Sven Hultins gata 9C, Chalmers Campus Johanneberg
Date: Monday 30 September
Time: 12:00-14:00. An vegetarian lunch wrap and coffee/tea will be served.
Titles and speakers TBA soon
The one hour lecture will be followed by a discussion
Please register by the latest 20 September.
Most welcome to join us for this lunch seminar,
Director of Energy Area of Advance
Chalmers teknikpark, lecture room Afrodite, Sven Hultins Gata 9, Campus Johanneberg