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Welcome To Carbon 2022!

After a 2 year absence, the British Carbon Group is delighted to invite you to the 21st edition of the World Conference on Carbon, to be held at Imperial College in the heart of London. Since the first World Carbon Conference in 2000, scientists from around the globe have discussed and celebrated advancements in the field of 'Carbon science and technology for greener future' - together in-person, and we intend to continue that tradition in 2022. We cannot wait to welcome you to London to discuss 'Carbon for a cleaner future'. 

Important updates 

  • Preliminary Programme: The preliminary programme is now available for download here. The list of keynote presentations is available for download here.  The full programme will be appearing here very shortly, our apologies for the delay! 
  • Extended abstract: Please upload your extended two-page abstract in the abstract submission no later than 31st May 2022. The template for a two-page  extended abstract  : Carbon 2022_conf_template V3.rtf (please right-click and select "save as"). If you have more questions about extended abstract - please visit our dedicated FAQ pageWhile communicating with us about extended abstract please specify your unique abstract-reference-id in the email subject. 
  • Short abstract for Posters: The deadline for oral presentation abstracts has now passed, still accepting abstracts for poster presentations

Short abstract submission for posters

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Confirmation of acceptance short abstract for posters


Deadline for extended abstract   

Early bird registration deadline

15th April  2022

Registration for the oral presentations

15th April 2022

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 Carbon 2022 is grateful to the sponsors for their support: 



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