SunCoChem project presented at the DENSYS online research forum
SunCoChem partner Simelys Hernández from Politecnico di Torino has presented the project in the session “Energy Storage: Electricity and heat, from single technologies to systems”, held within the DENSYS online research forum, celebrated last 15th of October.
During the presentation, titled “Photo/electro catalytic cells for H2 production and CO2 valorisation”, Dr. Hernández has presented SunCoChem as a key European project addressing the need of the European Chemical Industry to reduce their dependence on carbon feedstock by producing highly competitive and integrated solutions.
On the other hand, the presentation also talked about three ongoing research and innovation activities related to other projects funded under the Horizon 2020 programme: RECODE, CELBICON and Ocean project.
Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree – DENSYS is a collaborative two-year joint master degree programme aimed to provide training in the inter-disciplinary fields of Decentralised smart Energy Systems. DENSYS provides scholarships for studies in leading European universities with distinctive and complementary academic qualities and strong educational and research traditions such as the University of Lorraine, the KTH Royal Institute of Technology of Stockholm, the Polytechnic University of Catalonia– Barcelona Tech (UPC, Barcelona) and the Polytechnic University of Turin.
Polytechnic University of Turin (POLITO) is a research university focused on the balanced development of fundamental and applied research. With a vast experience in the fields of in the fields of photo/electro/bio/catalytic reaction engineering for energy and environmental applications based on previous EU projects, the Catalytic Reaction Engineering for Sustainable Technologies (CREST) group of DISAT department at POLITO is in the technical and scientific coordination board of SunCoChem