Workshop on Physics and Chemistry of Climate Change and Entrepreneurship (Feb 26th and 27th, 2009) Versão em português
The Workshop on Physics and Chemistry of Climate Change and Entrepreneurship was realised on February 26th and 27th in São Paulo, jointly organised by FAPESP, the Institute of Physics (IOP) and the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).
The workshop was part of the FAPESP Research Program on Global Climate Change and formed a series of events marking the UK-Brazil year of Science and Innovation.
The presentations are published on the table below.
|Thursday 26th February 2009|
|Chair: Dr Carlos Nobre|
|9:00-9:15||Professor Carlos Henrique de Brito Cruz, Scientific Director FAPESP|
|9:15-9:20||Dr Dipali Chauhan, International Relations Manager, IOP|
|9:20-9:25||Dr Alejandra Palermo, Manager, International Projects, RSC|
|[LINK=5054]Dr Patrick Dunlop[link]|
|9:30-9:45||Introduction and Workshop Goals
Dr. Carlos A. Nobre, INPE
|9:45-10:20||“Chemistry, Engineering and Climate Change”
Dr Richard Pike, Chairman, Working Party on Chemistry and Energy, (EuCheMS) and CEO, Royal Society of Chemistry
|10:20-10:55||“A sustainable energy future: what can science do?”
Professor José Goldemberg, University of São Paulo
|Chair: Professor Richard Templer, Imperial College|
|11:15-11:50||"Technology Transfer-Translating Research into Economic Benefit"
Professor David Secher, University of Cambridge
|11:50-12:25||“World Challenges and Climate Change: the Role of Brazil”
Professor Luiz Pinguelli Rosa, Director of COPPE, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
|12:25-13:00||“Commercial Opportunities for Sustainable Technology to Mitigate Climate Change”
Professor John Twidell, CEO, AMSET Centre
|Chair : Professor Luiz Pinguelli Rosa|
|14:30-15:05||“Synergy in food, fuels and materials production”
Professor Fernando Galembeck, University of Campinas
|15:05-15:40||“Climate Change Impacts and Opportunities in Agriculture”
Professor John Lucas, Rothamsted Research
|16:00-16:35||“Opportunities in Brazil for Biological Carbon Sequestration"
Professor Luiz Gylvan Meira Filho, Institute of Advanced Studies, University of São Paulo