Professor Lars Strömberg of Vattenfall in Sweden has joined the speaker lineup for the technical course “Clean Industrial Fuel Utilization” offered by the IFRF in collaboration with the Silesian University of Technology, in Gliwice, Poland, from 29 March to 1 April 2011. Prof. Strömberg’s topic will be “Carbon Capture and Storage, Technology and Trends”:
The full course programme and all related information can be found on the IFRF Events Calendar. Registration is open and the deadline is 31 January.
The four day course is being coordinated by the IFRF’s Prof. Klaus Hein in collaboration with Prof. Ryszard A. Bialecki, Director at the Institute of Thermal Technology in Gliwice. The course features presentations by internationally recognised representatives from universities, consultancies and industrial companies as well as a site visit to the 460 MWe LAGISZA POWER PLANT, the world’s largest supercritical Circulating Fluidized Bed Boiler.
Participation is invited from members of the international fuel utilizing community, both engineers and scientists from industry, research organisations and academia.
The course is open to both Members of the IFRF and Non Members alike.