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About Singapore
ICCDU XIII Singapore 2015
Singapore has established itself on the global stage with
its economic influence and achievement. From a
manufacturing base, it has evolved into a regional
financial hub, a global logistics hub, and now a budding
center for emerging technology, R&D, as well as arts
and entertainment.
Singapore is centrally located and well connected to the
entire region (ASEAN, Australia, China, & India), Europe
and the Americas by 80 airlines serving over 190 cities in
59 countries. In this dynamic city-state, weather is the
only constant with a six-sigma variation of 28±5 °C.
If there is one word that best captures Singapore, it is
“unique”. A dynamic vibrant city rich in contrast and
color, you'll find a harmonious blend of culture, cuisine,
arts and architecture here. Brimming with unbridled
energy, this little dynamo in Southeast Asia embodies
the finest of both East and West. A single day's trail will
take you from the past to the future, from exotic ethnic
enclave to efficient business center, from serene
gardens to sleek skyscrapers. With its friendly and
welcoming people, state-of-the-art infrastructure and
something new happening everyday, Singapore is a
holiday like no other.
The chemical and pharmaceutical industries are major
pillars of the Singapore economy. Singapore consistently
ranks among the world’s top three oil trading locations
and is recognized as a global leader in oil refining. As a
dedicated and vertically integrated complex, Jurong
Island is the centerpiece of Singapore’s chemicals
industry and is today home to more than 90 leading
petroleum, petrochemicals, and specialty chemicals
companies from all over the world, including the top 50
Global Companies. Also, home to six of the world’s top
ten pharmaceutical companies and world-class research
institutions, Singapore is fast becoming one of the most
exciting hubs for biomedical sciences in Asia. Singapore
as a global village starkly mirrors the multi-scale nature
of today’s chemical industry.
For more information about Singapore, please visit
http://www.visitsingapore.com
Organizers
13th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
CARBON DIOXIDE UTILIZATION
ICCDU XIII
Contact
ICCDU 2015 Secretariat
Email: [email protected]
http://www.iccdu2015.sg
SINGAPORE 5 – 9 JULY 2015
Chair: S Kawi
Co-Chair: I A Karimi
STEPHEN RIADY CENTRE, UNIVERSITY TOWN
NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE
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ICCDU XIII Singapore 2015
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CARBON DIOXIDE UTILIZATION
ICCDU XIII, 5 – 9 July 2015, Singapore
INVITATION
We cordially invite you to attend the 13th International Conference on Carbon Dioxide Utilization
(ICCDU XIII). This biennial ICCDU provides a multidisciplinary platform for leading researchers and
practitioners to showcase their recent innovations
in the fundamental and applied aspects related to
CO2 capture, separation, conversion, and
utilization. It will feature several plenary and
keynote lectures from leading researchers and a
panel discussion.
TIMELINES
1 Jul 2014
30 Nov 2014
30 Jan 2015
15 Mar 2015
5 – 9 Jul 2015
Abstract Submission Begins
Abstract Submission Ends
Acceptance of Abstracts
Early Bird Registration Begins
Early Bird Registration Ends
ICCDU Conference
CALL FOR PAPERS
We invite authors to submit 1-page abstracts
online at the conference website. The abstracts
will be evaluated and selected by the International
Scientific Committee and the Local Organizing
Committee for poster and oral presentations.
Selected papers from ICCDU XIII will be published
in the following journals after peer review.
(1) Journal of CO2 Utilization
(2) Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
(ISC)
Michele Aresta (Italy, Honorary Chair)
Chunshan Song (USA, Chair)
Angela Dibenedetto (Italy, Vice Chair)
Aaron Appel (USA)
Danielle Ballivet-Tkatchenko (France)
Sammy Boussiba (Israel)
Donald Darensbourg (USA)
Eckhard Dinjus (Germany)
David Farrusseng (France)
Richard H. Heyn (Norway)
Osamu Ishitani (Japan)
Philip Jessop (Canada)
Sibudjing Kawi (Singapore)
Claudio Mota (Brazil)
Imre Papai (Hungary)
Sang-Eon Park (South Korea)
Ah-Hyung Alissa Park (USA)
Peter Styring (UK)
Yuhan Sun (China)
Robert Tabita (USA)
Ron Zevenhoven (Finland)
LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
M. Quah (NUS)
K. Hidajat (NUS)
S. Farooq (NUS)
H.C. Zeng (NUS)
L. Hong (NUS)
P. Linga (NUS)
N. Yan (NUS)
J.W. Jiang (NUS)
D. Zhao (NUS)
J. Yeo (NUS)
A. Borgna (A*STAR)
L.W. Chen (A*STAR)
J. Bu (A*STAR)
W. Thitsartarn (A*STAR)
TECHNICAL PROGRAM
CO2 Conversion and Utilization
• CO2 as oxidant and C1+ dry-reforming
• CO2 conversion into chemicals (homogeneous,
heterogeneous, enzymatic, hybrid catalysis)
• CO2 as co-monomer for new polymeric materials
(carbonates, urethans, acrylates, others)
• Biotechnological CO2 conversion (natural and manmade photosynthetic approaches)
• Electrochemical conversion
• Photo-chemical and photo-electro-chemical
conversion
• Plasma and microwave technology
• CO2 hydrates and their applications
• Dense phase CO2 technologies
• CO2 enabling / sustainable technologies
CO2 Capture and Separation
• Novel materials for CO2 separation (solvents,
membranes, adsorbents…)
• Capture technologies
• Integrated process systems
Life Cycle Analysis, Economics and Policy Aspects

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