CCUV4 – Green Deal strategies for V4 countries: The needs and challenges to reach low-carbon industry
The project deals with strengthening links, developing deeper cooperation, and sharing research and development knowledge in CCU technologies among the consortium partners.
- Czech Technical University in Prague
Prof. Ing. Tomas Jirout, Ph.D.
Assoc. prof. Ing. Lukas Kratky, Ph.D.
- Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Prof. Ing. Marián Peciar, PhD
Assoc. prof. Ing. Peter Peciar, PhD
- Lodz University of Technology
Prof.dr hab.inż. Stanisław Ledakowicz
Profesor dr habil. Ireneusz Zbiciński
- University of Miskolc
Dr. Zoltán Siménfalvi
Dr Zoltán Szamosi
03/01/2022-28/01/2022 – The Online Kick-off Meeting
The professionals’ board’s online meeting to establish the detailed project schedule will be held at the beginning of the project. This first private meeting scopes to define individual partners’ exact contributions and responsibilities during the first year of the project dissemination. The exact date of this one-day meeting will be set up according to the availability of all the teams.
The meeting deals to give lectures (one per partner) for students and academic staff of STU on a selected topic associated with technologies and equipment to reach Green Deal strategies in V4 countries. The university staff and students are supposed to get an early-scheduled invitation and program overview. The exact date of this one-day meeting will be set up according to the availability of all the teams.
The workshop deals to deeply overview the potential of CO2 use in CO2based biorefineries for V4 countries. The main topics that contribute to the desired objectives are be associated with identifying CO2 emitents per country, flue gas compositions, the potential of CO2 utilization in decentralized mode, the concept of CO2based biorefinery. The topics regarding the design of processes, equipment, and technologies for CO2 conversion treatment in biorefinery concept will be introduced. The workshop is fully opened to the public. The exact date of this one-day meeting will be set up according to the availability of all the teams.
01/01/2023-31/01/2023 – The Working Meeting No.2, Miskolc, HU
The meeting deals to give lectures (one per partner) for students and academic staff of UM on a selected topic regarding strategies, needs and challenges to reach the low-carbon industry for V4 countries. The effort to open a critical discussion with participants is supposed to be after the lectures regarding their personal views, ideas, limits, and barriers. The exact date of this one-day meeting will be set up according to the availability of all the teams.
01/05/2023-31/05/2023 – The Workshop No.2, Lodz, PL
The face-to-face workshop serves an overview of processes, equipment, and technologies for CO2 treatment and induces a discussion from several perspectives. The workshop is opened to the public, academic or industrial societies. The meeting is viewed as the pillar to form project outputs. The online open-access materials (lectures, knowledge HUB) will be available to all the public. The workshop is fully opened to the public. The exact date of this one-day meeting will be set up according to the availability of all the teams.
01/09/2023-30/09/2023 – The Online Working Meeting No.3
This second private professionals board’s online meeting deals with evaluating the professional contributions from Workshops and defining technical directions, research needs, and challenges to implement CO2based biorefineries in V4 countries. The crucial output of the project will be the nomination of authors and of structure for the article summarizing information of Workshops and Working meetings.
01/12/2023-31/12/2023 – The Online Closure Meeting
The final private professionals’ board’s online meeting self-evaluates the project results.
The project is co-financed by the Governments of Czechia, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia through Visegrad Grants from International Visegrad Fund. The mission of the fund is to advance ideas for sustainable regional cooperation in Central Europe.