SOREC2 project organized its first consortium meeting on 9 and 10 November. The meeting was held at ICFO, which is the project’s leading institution. As it was the first in-person event of the project, the consortium members had the opportunity to interact directly amongst them since the start of the project since the kick-off meeting celebrated last in January was online.Read more
“The European Researchers’ Night” took place in 26 European countries on the last 29th of September simultaneously. One of the scheduled activities organized in Catalonia (La Nit de la Recerca) was the ‘European Corner‘ a virtual place where ongoing European-funded projects can showcase their work through informative posters.Read more
The European Commission’s Climate Action, Environment, Biodiversity, and Energy Executive Agency (CINEA) organized the 8th edition of the Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) & Alternative Fuels Cluster meeting on September 20th 2023. The event brought together the representatives of European funded projects and policymakers working in the area of CCUS and alternative fuels. The one-day meeting provided a unique interactive forum for participants to discuss the challenges and opportunities of these technologies in achieving climate neutrality.Read more
SOREC2 project was presented at the outreach event “Path to Discover the Magic of the Elements: Earth, Fire, Water, Air” last 16th of June. Professor Stefano Caramori, a team member of SOREC2 from UNIFE, gave the talk titled “Converting Solar Energy with Semiconductors” during the fourth session of the conference cycle.Read more
The SOREC2project was recently featured in the printed versions of the italian newspapers “La Nuova Ferrara” and in “Il Resto del Carlino” and in the online version of “Ferrara Today“, regional media outlets. Both articles covered the project main goals and included also information about the consortium partners.Read more
On 25 January 2023, the consortium of the European project SOREC2 held its kick-off meeting.
The project, coordinated by ICFO and funded by the Horizon Europe program from the European Commission, seeks to develop a new technology solely powered by direct sunlight to convert 2 into C2 products, such as ethanol and ethylene, liquid fuels that can store chemical energy in a safe manner.Read more
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