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'. 

  • Programme book - The programme book is available - here. The printed copy of same will be distributed upon registration. 
  • Interactive programme -  Once you login, the interactive programme will appear above in the menu bar of the website.
  • Mobile Phone App The conference has an application for your telephone with the latest conference programme and other features - once you have logged in to this C2022 website, scroll to the bottom of the page for details.
  • Keynotes - The list of keynote presentations is available to download here.
  • Presentations - Presenters are given a 20 mins slot which includes 5 mins time for Q&A.  Keynote presentations will have the same length slots. More information - here
  • Poster format Poster boards are 2.1m high by 0.93m wide, and large enough to take A0 posters in portrait orientation. More information - here
  • Sponsorship - If you are interested in sponsorship or exhibiting please check this page.


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Early bird registration deadline


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Registration for the oral presentations


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