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Carbon Cycle 2.0 Symposium, Feb 10

On February 10, Berkeley Lab will hold a lab-wide Carbon Cycle 2.0 Symposium. Lab leaders will provide updates on progress and future opportunities in Carbon Cycle 2.0 research, as well as guidance for researchers as they prepare FY2013 LDRD proposals, which are due March 23.

The symposium program will begin at 1PM in Building 50 Auditorium and will consist of presentations by Energy & Environmental Sciences and a discussion panel with audience questions, led by Deputy Director Horst Simon, followed at 3:30 by a catered reception and poster session in Perseverance Hall.


Please register no later than Wednesday, February 8, 2012.

Go to the registration form at http://goo.gl/X3TW2




Introduction & CC2.0 Initiative Update

Don DePaolo, Associate Laboratory Director for Energy & Environmental Sciences


Energy & Environment Divisions CC2.0 Research updates and future opportunities

Critical materials & chemistry:

David Shuh, Senior Staff Scientist, Chemical Sciences

Energy storage:

Miquel Salmeron, Division Director, Materials Sciences

Technology for the developing world:

Robert Kostecki, Deputy Director for Research,

Energy & Environmental Technologies (invited)

Integrated assessment of water-energy-climate interactions:

Susan Hubbard, Deputy Director for Programs, Earth Sciences


Panel: Carbon Cycle 2.0 and the 2013 LDRD Call for Proposals Q&A

Horst Simon, Deputy Director, Berkeley Lab

Don DePaolo, Associate Laboratory Director for Energy & Environmental Sciences

Kathy Yelick, Associate Laboratory Director for Computing Sciences

Jay Keasling, Associate Laboratory Director for Biosciences

Roger Falcone, Division Director, Advanced Light Source


Break, walk to Perseverance Hall



Poster Session: Carbon Cycle 2.0 research projects