Green Carbon Webinar - 29th October
Thank you for your registration to our webinar series.
The 3rd Green Carbon Webinar Series will restart on 29th October (Thursday) with bi-weekly presentations of scientific projects about advanced carbon materials. The webinars will start at 2 PM - British Standard Time, 3 PM – Central European Time - 10 AM New York, US. Each session will feature two 25 mins presentations followed by Q&A sessions. The complete timetable is now in its final preparation stage and will be provided soon by email and published on our website – www.greencarbonwebinar.org
The first session on 29th October will feature talks from:
15:00 (CET) – Jorge López Ordovás (Aston University, UK): Construction of a model for the design of a rotary kiln for slow pyrolysis of biomass
15:30 (CET) – Christian Wurzer (University of Edinburgh, UK): The influence of Fe-doping using iron rich waste on biomass pyrolysis
Instructions to join the webinar:
· Previous presentations can be found at www.greencarbonwebinar.org/videos or directly on YouTube under ‘Green Carbon Webinar’
How to use Zoom:
In case you will be joining from a network computer: make sure that you have the permission to install the Zoom application on your computer as this is often restricted in larger networks.
Following the link above, you will be asked to download the Zoom application file to be able to use the videoconferencing application (see attached picture):
After double-clicking the downloaded file, follow the Zoom assistant and launch the application (see attached picture):
You should then be part of the joint meeting.
Please make sure your microphone and webcam is turned off once you joined the meeting to minimise disruption and drops in transmission speed.
If any problems occur please visit https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362193-Joining-a-Meeting or send me an e-mail.
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