The Applied Computational Science (ACOS) symposium will bring together the Dutch research community in applied computational science. The symposium is intended for all academic and industrial researchers developing and using computational methods to contribute to solving industrial and societal challenges, and is aimed at sharing and discussing developments in the field whilst building an enduring community of practice of Dutch applied computational science researchers.
The symposium Solar-to-products brings together the broad community working on converting solar energy to fuels and products. It is organized by TKI-BBE, NWO and DIFFER. In particular researchers are invited who participate(d) in the NWO programmes Solar-to-Products, Materials-for-Sustainability, CO2-Neutral-Fuels and Towards Biosolar Cells.
The first workshop organised in the frame of the KEROGREEN project will be held at DIFFER. It will focus on plasma catalytic processes and how these can be applied for production of renewable fuels and chemicals.
Several presentations as well as a poster session will give an overview of current appraoches and projects on this subject.
Participants can contribute to the poster session by submitting an abstract until 15 October 2019.
The Dutch Institute For Fundamental Energy Research and Instituto Superior Técnico organize a one-day workshop devoted to the modelling of the electron kinetics in low-temperature plasmas.
The workshop, aimed at students (MSc or PhD) and researchers interested in the modelling of low-temperature plasmas, includes lectures by experts on different aspects of electron kinetics and a hands-on session.