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The four Kopernikus projects P2X, ENSURE, SynErgie and Ariadne form one of the largest research initiatives of the German government on the topic of energy transition.
The aim of the Kopernikus project P2X is to develop technologies and processes that can convert and store renewable energy. Representatives from research, industry and civil society are working together to ensure that our energy system can change fundamentally and is ready for the energy transition.
At the "P2X status meeting" on February 3, 2021, highlights from the project will be presented to a broad public - grouped into the two synthesis pathways being researched in the Kopernikus project P2X: the production and utilization of (green) hydrogen and synthesis gas.
The Participation at the "P2X status meeting" is free of charge. The presentations will be held in English.
Please note that presentations cannot be published or shared.
The online event will be streamed via the Converia Virtual Venue.
The DECHEMA terms and conditions for conferences apply.
In oder to participate at the web conference you will need a stable internet connection. The following tools will be used for the conference: Converia Virtual Venue, Zoom (no license needed).
(Prof. Dr. Kurt Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V.)
09:05 Overview Kopernikus Projects and introduction to Kopernikus P2X
(Prof. Dr. Walter Leitner, RWTH Aachen University/MPI CEC)
09:25 Green Hydrogen - Perspective of German Federal Ministry of Education & Research
(Dr. Stefan Kaufmann, Innovation Commissioner for Green Hydrogen, Federal Ministry of
Education & Research)
Session 1: Highlights from the Kopernikus Project P2X – The Hydrogen Pathway
Chair: Prof. Dr. Kurt Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V.
09:35 P2X Highlight 1: Proton Exchange Membrane Water Electrolysis: The Path Towards
Sustainable Noble Metal Contents
(Prof. Dr. Hubert Gasteiger, TU München)
09:55 P2X – Highlight 2: Tailoring catalytic CO2 reduction for polymer building blocks
(Prof. Dr. Regina Palkovits, RWTH Aachen University)
10:05 P2X – Highlight 3: Dream Polyols Conti – On the way to new class of sustainable
(Dr. Christoph Gürtler, Covestro AG)
10:15 P2X – Highlight 4: Fuel-like hydrogen logistics with Liquid Organic Hydrogen
(Prof. Dr. Peter Wasserscheid, FAU Erlangen)
10:35 Plenary Discussion with speakers – “Meet Kopernikus P2X”
11:00 Coffee break
Session 2: Highlights from the Kopernikus Project P2X – The Syngas Pathway
Chair: Prof. Dr. Rüdiger-A. Eichel, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH/RWTH Aachen University
11:20 P2X – Highlight 5: Electrolysis meets biotechnology - innovative processes for the
production of high value chemicals
(Dr. Günter Schmid, Siemens AG)
(Liv Reinecke, Evonik Operations GmbH)
11:40 P2X – Highlight 6: Tailor-made high temperature co-electrolysis
(Dr. L. G. .J. (Bert) de Haart, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH)
12:00 P2X – Highlight 7: Turning CO2 from ambient air efficiently into Fischer-Tropsch fuels
- towards validation of an integrated PtL process at 250 kW scale
(Prof. Dr. Roland Dittmeyer, KIT)
12:20 P2X – Highlight 8: Analysis of societal discourses: Stakeholder perceptions on
synthetic kerosene for sustainable aviation
(Jan Hildebrand, IZES GmbH)
12:40 Plenary Discussion with speakers – “Meet Kopernikus P2X”
13:00 End of P2X Status Meeting
As of 28 January 2021. All titles, times and speakers are subject to change.
As a meeting platform we use the Virtual Venue of Converia and Zoom. We recommend that you download the Zoom app to present your presentation. We plan rehearsals in the week before the conference.
As a major guideline it is proposed to make the poster intelligible in itself, even in the absence of the author. It is suggested to divide the contents of each poster into introduction, results and conclusions, with a summary listing the pertinent results and conclusions.
Standard size for posters is 0.85 x 1.2 m (DIN A0-German Standard) vertically oriented. Therefore, please find the following specifications:
The posters will be shown throughout the whole conference.
To upload your poster in PDF format (no embedded videos or animations) until 22 January 2021, please log in at https://dechema.converia.de/frontend/index.php?sub=543 click on "Beitrag einreichen" . After your log in you have the possibility to upload your poster in PDF format under "Neuen Beitrag einreichen".