from October 31, 2022 to November 4, 2022 (Asia/Kolkata)
Asia/Kolkata timezone
Climate change due to excessive carbon dioxide (CO2) is the “Most Serious Problem Mankind Has Ever Faced”. Climate change hits a giant weak spot in human history.

Disproportionate use (or misuse) of natural resources, including fossil fuels, created an extreme imbalance on planet earth and the first priority of all of us to take on this challenge. An excessive amount of CO2 is the main cause of climate change, and hence, its reduction from the Earth’s atmosphere is key to stop further degradation of the environment. The best approach is not the capture of CO2 but rather its conversion to fuel, where CO2 can act as a carbon feedstock with zero cost. On the other hand, a sustainable way to solve the energy problem is to generate alternative energy sources such as renewal electricity by using solar cells or hydrogen by conducting photo- or electrocatalytic water splitting. However, issues pertaining to the storage of electricity and hydrogen gas have made it difficult for these technologies to be developed.

These challenges are becoming the main concerns of the global vision of the societal challenges and the world economy. Nanomaterials and Catalysts are essential for modern society as they can resolve these critical challenges.

In the proposed 3rd conference of this series, CACEE-2022, together with “CO2India Network 1st Annual Meet”, we hope to bring together active researchers in the areas of catalysis and carbon capture-utilization.

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Starts Oct 31, 2022 08:00
Ends Nov 4, 2022 18:00
Homi Bhabha Auditorium
TIFR, Colaba, Mumbai
It will provide the impetus needed to this vibrant field of research by interfacing different branches of catalysis and material sciences in one platform