Back to Top
Skip to main content

PROCEEDINGS - Direct Air Capture Kickoff Meeting

Final Agenda

MIL-101 (CR)-Amine Sorbents Evaluation Under Realistic Direct Air Capture Conditions
Ryan Lively, Georgia Tech Research Corporation

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

Advanced Integrated Reticular Sorbent-Coated System to Capture CO2 from the Atmosphere (AIR2CO2)
David Moore, General Electric (GE) Company

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

Capture of Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide
Codruta Loebick, Precision Combustion, Inc.

A Combined Water and CO2 Direct Air Capture System
Will Kain, IWVC, LLC

Low Regeneration Temperature Sorbents for Direct Air Capture of CO2
S. James Zhou, Susteon, Inc.

Novel, Efficient, Low Cost Technology for Direct Air Capture of CO2 and its Removal from Low Concentration Streams
Mansour Masoudi, Emissol, LLC

An Advanced Sorbent for Direct Air Capture
Gokhan Alptekin, TDA Research, Inc.

Transformational Sorbent-Based Process for Direct Air Capture
Ravi Jain, InnoSepra, LLC

DAC TEA Overview (NETL)
Tim Fout, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Tunable, Rapid-uptake, AminoPolymer Aerogel Sorbent for Direct Air Capture of CO2 (TRAPS)
Mahati Chintapalli, Palo Alto Research Center

Direct Air Capture of Energy for Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) Partnership (Dac Reco2up)
Kimberly Sams Gray, Southern States Energy Board (SSEB) and Matt Atwood, AirCapture LLC

Gradient Amine Sorbents for Low Vacuum Swing CO2 Capture at Ambient Temperature
Steven Chuang, The University of Akron

Next Generation Fiber-Encapsulated Nanoscale Hybrid Materials for Direct Air Capture with Selective Water Rejection
Ah-Hyung Park, Columbia University

Direct Air Capture Using Trapped Small Amines in Hierarchical Nanoporous Capsules on Porous Electrospun Hollow Fibers
Miao Yu, University at Buffalo

LCA Overview (NETL)
Tim Skone, National Energy Technology Laboratory

Membrane Adsorbents Comprising Self-Assembled Inorganic Nanocages (SINCs) for Super-Fast Direct Air Capture Enabled by Passive Cooling
Haiqing Lin, State University of New York (SUNY)

High-Performance, Hybrid Polymer Membrane for Carbon Dioxide Separation from Ambient Air
Maksudul Alam, Innosense LLC

Electrochemically-Driven Carbon Dioxide Separation
Brian Setzler, University of Delaware

Enhanced Depolarized Electro-Membrane System For Direct Capture of Carbon Dioxide From Ambient Air
Ayokunle Omosebi, University of Kentucky

Optimization of Electrode Material, Morphology and Geometry for Electro-Swing DAC of CO2
Sahag Voskian, Verdox, Inc.

Dual Function Materials for Direct Air Capture of CO2
Raghubir Gupta, Susteon, Inc.

Integrated Process for Direct Air Capture of CO2 and its Electrochemical Conversion to Ethanol
Radu Custelcean, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)

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

Direct Air Capture Using Novel Structured Adsorbents
Deborah Jelen, Electricore, Inc.

Demonstration of a Continuous-Motion Direct Air Capture (DAC) System
Eric W. Ping, Global Thermostat, LLC

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

Mining the Air for Fuels and Fine Chemicals
Matt Green, Arizona State University

Electro-Swing Adsorption for High Efficiency Direct Air Capture
Sahag Voskian, Verdox

High-Efficiency, Low-Cost, Additive-Manufactured Air Contactor
Mike Izenson, Creare

Wind-driven Direct Air Capture Using 3D Printed, Amine-loaded Adsorption Contactors
Ryan Lively, Georgia Institute of Technology

Electrochemical Direct Air Capture of CO2 using Redox-Active Textiles
David Kwabi, University of Michigan

An Off-Shore, Stand-Alone System For Efficient CO2 Removal from Oceanwater
Harry Atwater, California Institute of Technology

Electrochemically Modulated CO2 Removal from Ocean Waters
T. Alan Hatton, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Hydrolytic Softening of Ocean Water for Carbon Dioxide Removal
Chris Martin, University of North Dakota

Understanding Degradation Mechanisms of Aminopolymers Used in Direct Air Capture
Simon Pang, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

From Captured Carbon Dioxide to Value-Added Chemicals: A Photochemical Approach
Ksenija Glusac, Argonne National Laboratory

Making an Inorganic Analogue of a Cell for Direct Air Capture of CO2
Roger Rousseau, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Direct Air Capture with Aqueous Amino Acids and Crystalline Guanidines
Radu Custelcean, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Algae Direct Air Capture of CO2 for Commodities
David Hazlebeck, Global Algae Innovations

Marine Algae Industrialization Consortium (MAGIC) – Carbon Capture By and For Algae
Zackary Johnson, Duke University

Cultivation of Alkaliphilic Microalgae for Direct Air Capture and Conversion of CO2 to Fuels and Products
Sridhar Viamajala, University of Toledo

ASU’s DAC Polymer-enhanced Cyanobacterial Bioproductivity (AUDACity)
Wim Vermaas, Arizona State University

Carbon Capture at U.S. Navy Laboratory
Heather Willauer, U.S. Navy, NRL

DAC Overview at Advanced Manufacturing Office
Joe Cresko, Advanced Manufacturing Office