HYDROGEN Seminar Series
Aug 30 - Dec 6, 2022 Thuwal, Saudi Arabia
A fortnightly series of fall seminars organized by the Clean Combustion Research Center (CCRC). The Hydrogen Seminar Series (HSS) aims to bring together leading experts in hydrogen from government, national labs, academia, and industry to provide critical insights into the technology, economics, policy, and market including business drivers and barriers for hydrogen, both in the short term and in the long term.
During the seminars, we will examine hydrogen production, transportation, storage, distribution, safety, use, and commercial opportunities. We will also explore the policy levers that are necessary to accelerate the deployment of hydrogen.
Format: HSS will be conducted in a hybrid panel format and all plenaries will feature three speakers. Each panelist has 15-20 minutes of uninterrupted sharing of his or her perspective on the topic, followed by 30 minutes of a panel discussion and Q&A from the audience; ending with a summary.
Attendance policy: The seminars are open to the public.
For those interested but unable to attend the live events or webinars, recordings will be available on the CCRC website following each event.
Professor Bassam Dally is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering and a member of the Clean Combustion Research Center at KAUST.
Over the last 30 years, Prof Dally has contributed seminal works on a variety of research topics under the broad field of Thermo-Fluids. His major contributions are in turbulent reacting flows, MILD combustion, soot in flames, plasma propulsion, mineral processing, hybrid of concentrated solar thermal and combustion, and applied laser diagnostics. Lately, his work has focussed on utilization of hydrogen and ammonia fuels to decarbonize industrial processes. He has attracted millions of dollars for his research and have published more than 350 paper, 175 of those in leading scientific journals. He won many awards over the years, including ‘Energy Professional of the Year in South Australia’, and recently was awarded a Fellowship of the Combustion Institute.More information on Prof Bassam can be found on the CCRC faculty pages here.