CO2 Conversion and Capture (I)

Thursday, June 9, 2011: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Ambassador Ballroom 2 (Detroit Marriott Hotel at the Renaissance Center )
Organizer:
Robert W. McCabe
Chairs:
Magnus Skoglundh and Bruce Cook
8:00 AM
Development of a Novel Oxygen Carrier for Chemical Looping Combustion: Reactivity and Stability
Zahra Sarshar, Laval University; Serge Kaliaguine, Laval University
8:20 AM
Low Temperature Carbon Dioxide Methanation by Novel Nickel Based Catalysts in a Transport Reactor
Maruthi Pavani, RTI International; Jon McCarty, RTI International; Jason Trembly, RTI International; Brian Turk, RTI International; Raghubir Gupta, RTI International
8:40 AM
Surface Morphology Effect of Copper Electrode in CO2 Electroreduction
Ana Sofia Varela, Technical University of Denmark; Wei Tang, Technical University of Denmark; Andrew A. Peterson, Stanford University; Lone Bech, Technical University of Denmark; Zarko Jovanov, Technical University of Denmark; SÝren Dahl, Technical University of Denmark; Ib Chorkendorff, Technical University of Denmark; Jens K. Norskov, Stanford University
9:00 AM
Carbon dioxide reforming of methane on Rh and Ni pyrochlore catalysts
Sarthak Gaur, Louisiana State University; Daniel J. Haynes, National Energy Technology Laboratory; James J. Spivey, Louisiana State University
9:20 AM
Carbon deposits as the active phase in CO2 oxidative dehydrogenation of ethylbenzene to styrene
Michiel Makkee, TU Delft; Christian Nederlof, TU Delft; Freek Kapteijn, TU Delft
9:40 AM
10:20 AM
 Keynote 
Opportunities and gaps in catalytic technologies for converting CO2 to fuels and chemicals
Gabriele Centi, Universitŗ di Messina, Italy; Siglinda Perathoner, Universitŗ di Messina, Italy
11:00 AM
Dimethyl Carbonate Production from Methanol and CO2: How to Overcome Equilibrium Limitations?
Armin Brandner, Technische Universitšt Darmstadt; Heiko J. Hofmann, Technische Universitšt Darmstadt; Peter Claus, Technische Universitšt Darmstadt
11:20 AM
Dispersed Calcium Oxide as a Reversible and Efficient CO2 Sorbent for Intermediate Temperatures
Heather Lanman, Columbia University; Philipp Gruene, Columbia University; Robert J. Farrauto, BASF Corporation; Marco J. Castaldi, Columbia University
11:40 AM
A Thermodynamic Model to Predict the Conditions for Optimal CO2 Capture of Solid Sorbents
W. Richard Alesi Jr., Carnegie Mellon University; John R. Kitchin, Carnegie Mellon University