This 4-day course provides training on adsorption fundamentals, from molecular mechanisms up to industrial processes. It is aimed at industry professionals, 1st-year PhD candidates, or anyone who wishes to improve their knowledge of adsorption-based separation and storage processes.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Measure adsorption isotherms using state-of-the-art laboratory equipment
- Interpret adsorption isotherm data using pure component adsorption models
- Calculate surface areas, pore volumes, and heats of adsorption from datasets
- Predict multi-component adsorption using the Ideal Adsorbed Solution Theory (IAST)
- Describe adsorption separation processes in terms of underlying equation
- Predict macroscopic adsorption behaviour using molecular simulations
The course features an even balance between lectures, problem-solving tutorials, molecular simulation labs and experimental lab sessions, using examples relevant to industrial adsorption applications. Participants will be able to supply an adsorbent sample in advance to be analysed by our expert team.
The 2019 schedule is available below:
Due to generous support from CCP5 a limited number of bursaries, worth £500 each, are available for PhD students undertaking their degree in a UK institution. These will be awarded on a competitive basis.
To apply, please submit a 1-page (A4, standard margins, font size 11) statement explaining how you expect the summer school to help you develop new skills of relevance to your PhD studies. Particular emphasis should be placed on the modelling component of the summer school, as the bursaries are offered by CCP5.
Statements should be submitted by email to email@example.com with the subject line "Student Bursary". The application deadline for a student bursary is 31st of May 2019 at 5pm UK time. All recipients of CCP5 student bursaries are expected to join CCP5. Further instructions will be provided upon receipt of the bursary.
The summer school will take place in:
The James Weir Building
University of Strathclyde
75 Montrose Street
The sessions will be held on Level 4 of the James Weir Building.
The University of Strathclyde is located in Glasgow city centre and is easily accessible by public transport. Glasgow Central station is a 15 minute walk from the University and Glasgow Queen Street Station is only 5 minutes away. More details about how to get to Strathclyde can be found in the following link:
Glasgow has a range of hotels to suit all requirements, from 1 star budget to 5 star luxury spa resorts. Listed below are some hotels close to the University of Strathclyde along with the hotel websites and telephone numbers. Please note that Glasgow has very high occupancy levels for hotel rooms, due to the large number of events in the city. Delegates are advised to book early to ensure availability.
Premier Inn George Street
Tel: 0141 212 4550
Tel: 0141 332 6711
Tel: 0844 815 9103
Carlton George Hotel
Tel: 0141 353 6373
Ibis Styles Hotel
Tel: 0141 428 3400
Premier Inn Buchanan Galleries
Tel: 0203 5191111
For alternative accommodation such as B&B, Guest House or other hotel options, you can also use one of the many online search engines.
Getting to Glasgow:
There are 3 main airports that are accessible to/from Glasgow:
- Glasgow International airport - you can get a taxi to the city center for approximately £20-£25. Alternatively you can take bus 500 and get off at Queen Street Station. Timetable information is here: https://www.firstgroup.com/greater-glasgow/routes-and-maps/glasgow-airport-express
- Glasgow Prestwick - you can get the train to Glasgow Central Station. For train timetables visit the Scotrail website.
- Edinburgh airport - there is a direct Citylink bus to Glasgow's Buchanan bus station, which is a 10 minute walk from the University of Strathclyde. For timetable information please visit the CitylinkAir website.
Glasgow Central Station links Glasgow by rail to all UK cities. Glasgow Queen Street Station operates routes mainly to Central and Northern Scotland. For train timetables and booking you can visit the Scotrail website.
For more information on Glasgow including how to get here, accommodation, things to do please visit: https://peoplemakeglasgow.com/visiting
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