08 December, 2020
A highly selective and sensitive laser sensor can pick up low-level benzene emissions in ambient air. A laser-based sensor developed at KAUST could improve monitoring of benzene emissions and limit exposure to this pollutant. In collaboration with Saudi Aramco, KAUST researchers have developed a device that accurately senses extremely low concentrations of benzene in real time.
Delegates from academia, government laboratories and industry are invited to attend the 2021 hybrid conference on ‘Near Zero-Carbon Combustion Technology’ hosted and organized by the Clean Combustion Research Center (CCRC) at KAUST.
We encourage you to register and attend any of the sessions on the three days.