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MODEGAT VI

6th International Symposium on Modeling of Exhaust-Gas After-Treatment

September 8-10, 2019

Bad Herrenalb/Karlsruhe, Germany

http://www.modegat.org

 


 

ICOSCAR 6

6th International Conference on Structured Catalysts and Reactors

September 11-13, 2019

Bad Herrenalb/Karlsruhe, Germany

http://www.icoscar6.fau.de 

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News

The internal combustion engine as a CO2 reformer

An internal combustion engine can be used as CO2 sink instead of being a CO2 producer. These findings by H. Gossler from our group and colleagues from the group of U. Maas are now published in Combust. & Flame and open promising routes for the reduction of green-house gas emissions. 20.06.2019

High-Temperature Electrolysis

Several interesting papers (Appl. Energy, J. Power Sources, CIT, Energy Conv. Managem.) published on High-temperature Electrolysis in collaboration with Imperial College, Tsinghua University, and Beijing Institute of Technology. 14.06.2019

 
Project "MethQuest"

Winfried Kretschmann, Minister President of Baden-Württemberg, visited MethQuest booth at the 11. National Maritime Conference in Friedrichshafen. The objective of the MethQuest project is to drive the energy revolution with renewable methane. Within MethQuest, our group develops high-temperature electrolysis cells for a very efficient power-to-gas technology. 22.05.2019

Leopoldina statement: Clean Air

Olaf Deutschmann served as an expert of the National Academy of Sciences, Leopoldina, working on the statement "Saubere Luft: Stickstoffoxide und Feinstaub in der Atemluft:Grundlagen und Empfehlungen", which says: "The goal is a nationwide, interdepartmental strategy for air pollution control that considers nitrogen oxides and particulate matter as well as other pollutants and greenhouse gases from all sources". 30.04.2019

 
Research overview

Find out more about our recent work in this "Overview on research results of the Deutschmann group in 2018". 30.01.2019