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  • August 18, 2021

Plenary Presentation
Shuchi Talati, Chief of Staff for the Department of Energy's Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management

Carbon Dioxide Removal Overview
Dan Hancu, Carbon Capture Technology Manager, National Energy Technology Laboratory, U.S Department of Energy

Plenary Presentation
Douglas Wicks, Program Director, ARPA-E

Transformational Sorbent Materials for a Substantial Reduction in the Energy Requirement for Direct Air Capture of CO2 (FE0031953)
Ravi Jain, InnoSepra, LLC

Development of Novel Materials for Direct Air Capture of CO2: MIL-101 (CR)-Amine Sorbents Evaluation Under Realistic Direct Air Capture Conditions (FE0031952)
Christopher Jones, Georgia Tech Research Corporation

Development Of Advanced Solid Sorbents For Direct Air Capture (FE0031954)
Mustapha Soukri, Research Triangle Institute

Advanced Integrated Reticular Sorbent-Coated System to Capture CO2 from the Atmosphere (AIR2CO2) (FE0031956)
David Moore, General Electric Company and Omar Yaghi, University of California, Berkeley

Low Regeneration Temperature Sorbents for Direct Air Capture of CO2 (FE0031965)
James Zhou, Susteon, Inc. and Maohong Fan, University of Wyoming

Tunable Rapid-uptake Amino Polymer Aerogels for Direct Air CO2 Capture (TRAPS) (FE0031951)
Mahati Chintapalli, PARC, A Xerox Company

Gradient Amine Sorbents for Low Vacuum Swing Carbon Dioxide Capture at Ambient Temperature (FE0031958)
Steven Chuang, University of Akron

Next Generation Fiber-Encapsulated Nanoscale Hybrid Materials for Direct Air Capture with Selective Water Rejection (FE0031963)
A.-H. Alissa Park, Columbia University

Direct Air Capture using Trapped Small Amines in Hierarchical Nanoporous Capsules on Porous Electrospun Fibers (FE0031969)
Miao Yu, University at Buffalo and Bin Mu, Grand Canyon University

Membrane Adsorbents Comprising Self-Assembled Inorganic Nanocages (SINCs) for SuperFast Direct Air Capture Enabled by Passive Cooling (FE0031960)
Haiging Lin and James Tran, University at Buffalo, SUNY

NIST's Role in Direct Air Capture and Carbon Removal
Craig M. Brown, NIST Fellow, National Institute of Standards and Technology

  • August 19, 2021

Getting to Neutral – California’s Options for Negative Emissions
Roger Aines, Energy Program Chief Scientist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Bio-energy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS): Achieving Net Zero and Beyond
Derrick Carlson and Timothy Skone, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Capture Technology: Evaluation of the Impact of Coal and Biomass Blends on Pre- and Post-Combustion Carbon Capture Solvents
Josh Stanislowski and John Kay, University of North Dakota, Energy and Environmental Research Center

Direct Air Capture Using Novel Structured Adsorbents (FE0031959)
Deborah Jelen, Electricore, Inc. and Adelaide Calbry-Muzyka, Climeworks

Electrochemically-Driven Carbon Dioxide Separation (FE0031955)
Yushan Yan, University of Delaware

Enhanced Depolarized Electro-Membrane System for Direct Capture of Carbon Dioxide from Ambient Air (FE0031962)
Ayokunle Omosebi, University of Kentucky

Experimental Demonstration of Alkalinity Concentration Swing for Direct Air Capture of Carbon Dioxide (FE0031964)
Daniel Schrag, Harvard University

BECCS Development at Drax Group
Steve Drayton and Jason Shipstone, Drax Group

Demonstration of Direct Air Capture (DAC) of CO2 with Building Air Handling Equipment (FWP-FEAA156)
Kashif Nawaz, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

A Combined Water and CO2 Direct Air Capture System (FE0031970)
Will Kain, IWVC, LLC and Pete McGrail, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Demonstration of a Continuous-Motion Direct Air Capture (DAC) System (FE0031957)
Miles Sakwa-Novak, Global Thermostat, LLC

Development of Hybrid Polymer Membranes for Direct Air Capture of Carbon Dioxide
Maksudul Alam and Adrien Hosking, InnoSense LLC

Direct Air Capture Recovery of Energy for CCUS Partnership (DAC RECO2UP) (FE0031961)
Patricia Berry, Southern States Energy Board and Matt Atwood, AirCapture LLC

Panel Discussion: DAC Commercialization
Eric Ping, Global Thermostat
Geoff Holmes, Carbon Engineering
Daniel Egger, Climeworks