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テクニカルセッション (10月4日)
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テクニカルセッションのTimetable(7月31日時点)

10月4日 8:50-16:25(日本時間)オンライン
*Sessions are held in English. Simultaneous interpretation service (English to Japanese) is available.

時 間
08:50-12:00TS プレナリー: High-level talk that frames one of the technical sessions
(Moderator: Dr. William Tumas (NREL, US))
12:00-13:30Lunch
13:30-16:00パラレルセッション

TS1:エネルギー部門の脱炭素化とエネルギー変換に向けた水素技術の適用と影響
モデレータ: Dr. Florence Lefebvre-Joud (CEA-Liten, France)

TS2: 太陽光発電の大規模装置の環境影響評価
モデレータ: Dr. Christian Thiel (JRC, EU)

TS3: CO2有効利用-CCU の共有価値と統合テーマを中心に
モデレータ: Dr. David Harris (CSIRO, Australia)

詳細プログラム

08:50-12:00 TS plenary

08:50
09:00
Introduction: RD20 goals, recommendations, progress, future plans (CV)(CV)
Dr. Haruhiko Obara (AIST, Japan)
09:00
09:25
Global perspective of H2, challenges/opportunities, applications of H2 for decarbonization of energy sectors
Dr. Christopher Hebling (Fraunhofer ISE, Germany)
09:25
09:50
Large-scale PV deployment, challenges and opportunities (TW workshop overview and other concepts), bringing circularity to PV
Dr. Silvana Oviatt (NREL, US)
09:50
10:15
CCUS challenge/opportunities/perspectives and opportunity for integration concepts, include value proposition
To be confirmed
10:15
10:45
Panel Discussion among the speakers
10:45
11:00
Break
11:00
11:15
Presentation from the task forces (make the task force important—short talks from task force leader) PV
Dr. Masahiro Yoshita (AIST, Japan) / Dr. Harald Muellejans (JRC, EU)
11:15
11:30
Presentation from the task forces (make the task force important—short talks from task force leader) H2 LCA
Dr. Amgad Elgowainy (ANL, US)
11:30
12:00
Panel discussion on RD20 collaborations, status and future
Advisory Board members

13:30-16:25 TS1

12:30
13:55
Overview – Decarbonization by Sectors
Dr. Florence Lefebvre-Joud (CEA-Liten, France)
13:55
14:20
Outbrief from Gigaton H2 Workshop
To be confirmed
14:20
14:45
Smart Sector Integration; Hydrogen Valley
Dr. Giorgio Graditi (ENEA, Italy)
14:45
15:10
Dynamic Operation of Power-to-X Processes Demonstrated by Methanol Synthesis
Dr. Florian Nestler (Fraunhofer ISE, Germany)
15:10
15:35
Ammonia
To be determined
15:35
16:00
Reversible Solid Oxide Cells: A Flexible Energy Device for Both Power Generation and Hydrogen Production
Dr. Kazunari Sasaki (Kyushu University, Japan)
16:00
16:25
Techno-economic prefeasibility analysis for zero-carbon maritime fuel at 2 South African ports
Mr. Thomas Roos (CSIR, South Africa)

13:30-16:25 TS2

13:30
13:55
Overview
Dr. Michio Kondo (AIST, Japan)
13:55
14:20
Environmental assessment of large-scale photovoltaic deployment
Dr. Myriam Merad (CNRS-Paris Dauphine, France)
14:20
14:45
Chemical risk assessment on photovoltaic (PV) panel and a case study of CdTe PV panels
Dr. Kyoko Ono (AIST, Japan)
14:45
15:10
Environmental assessment due to high penetration of PV
Dr. Leandro Michels (UFSM, Brasil)
15:10
15:35
Circularity, recycling (To be determined)
To be confirmed
15:35
16:00
Social and behavioral aspects (To be determined)
To be confirmed
16:00
16:25
French-Japanese International Collaboration in R&D of Next Generation Solar Cells and Beyond
Dr. Takaya Kubo (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

13:30-16:25 TS3

13:30
13:55
Overview – Integration of CO2 capture and conversion
Dr. Joshua Schaidle (NREL, US)
13:55
14:20
Data interoperability and data sharing framework for quality and timely sustainability assessments
Dr. Farid Bensebaa (NRC, Canada)
14:20
14:45
High-Temperature Solar Thermal Usage for Thermochemical Carbon Dioxide Splitting and Its Application to CCU
Dr. Koji Matsubara (Niigata University, Japan)
14:45
15:10
An overview of biogenic CCU to hydrogen
Mr. Zama Duma (CSIR, South Africa)
15:10
15:35
Marine Algae biofuel (To be determined)
To be determined
15:35
16:00
To be determined
To be determined
16:00
16:25
To be determined
To be determined