The International Scientific Diving Summer School, hosted at the ECCSEL NatLab Italy at Panarea (Italy), offers scientific training for researchers, professionals and volunteers willing to enhance their knowledge on the submarine environment, particularly on subjects related to the effects of climate changes, ocean acidification and CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage).
Participants will have the unique possibility to explore and investigate the chemical, biological and geological characteristics of a natural acidified laboratory in the unique active volcanic area of Panarea island, combining a strong scientific preparation with extensive practical experience in gathering underwater samples and data.
OPEN CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2023:
The International master in “CO2 Geological Storage” is a one-year course (60 ECTS) providing a comprehensive preparation for young professionals interested to work in the field of CO2 Geological Storage (CCS). The course is composed of lessons, fieldworks, and a period of traineeship at one of CO2GeoNet research institutes.
The Master will present an overview of state-of-the-art CCS operations and research; it will focus on the technical and scientific aspects of CO2 injection and safety monitoring, the exploration of critical processes in laboratory studies, numerical modelling, and on sound and reliable storage capacity estimates, including the project economics and planning of mitigation measures in case regulatory requirements are not fully met.
The master is jointly organised by Sapienza University of Rome and University of Zagreb in cooperation with CO2Geonet.