About us - White Paper

The European Conferences on Supercritical CO2 (sCO2) were initiated in Vienna in 2016 by an informal committee which was composed of only a few members. In 2018, a formal conference committee was appointed, divided into a general committee and a local organisation team. The committee arranges the paper review process, registration, and agenda preparation and manages external contacts and the committee's representation, which also includes the website.

General Committee

Rene Pecnik, Technical University of Delft, Department of Process and Energy (conference chair)
Dieter Brillert, Universität Duisburg-Essen, Chair of Turbomachinery
Albannie Cagnac, EDF R&D, Fluid Dynamics, Power Generation and Environment Department
Václav Dostál, Czech Technical University in Prague
Otakar Frýbort, Research Centre Řež, Energy Technology Department
Uwe Gampe, Technische Universität Dresden, Chair of Thermal Power Machinery and Plants
Markus Haider, Technical University of Vienna, Institute for Energy Systems and Thermodynamics
Andreas Jäger, Technische Universität Dresden, Chair of Thermal Power Machinery and Plants
Jörg Starflinger, University of Stuttgart, Institute of Nuclear Technology and Energy Systems (IKE)
Teemu Turunen-Saaresti, LUT University, School of Energy Systems
Andreas Werner, Technical University of Vienna, Institute for Energy Systems and Thermodynamics
Marco Astolfi, Energy Department of Politecnico di Milano
Paolo Silva, Energy Department of Politecnico di Milano

 

Local Organizing Committee 2025

Rene Pecnik (Technical University of Delft)
Jurriaan Peeters (Technical University of Delft)
Marko Draskic (Technical University of Delft)

 

 

Conference Topics

sCO2 Applications, such as

  • Power Cycles
  • Heat Pumps
  • Energy Storage

Cycle Configurations
Turbomachinery
Heat Transfer & Heat Exchangers
sCO2 Experiments & Facilities
Fluid Properties & Materials

Call For Papers

Abstract Submission | Deadline: September 5, 2024

Please visit conftool.com/sCO2-2025 and create an account to submit an abstract. Abstracts should briefly outline the main research question, research method, results and conclusions as well as their general significance. The abstracts should, at maximum, span 1 page.

Abstract Acceptance | September 20, 2024

After review of the abstracts, a notification of acceptance will be received. Upon acceptation, authors are invited to submit a full-length paper of 8-10 pages to participate in a technical session, or an extended abstract of max. 4 pages to participate in a poster session. Note, selected extended abstracts may be invited to participate in a technical session.

Draft Paper Submission | Deadline: November 15, 2024

Please visit conftool.com/sCO2-2025 to submit a technical paper or extended abstract. All full-length papers are peer-reviewed and indexed in Scopus. We aim to publish selected papers in a special edition of Elsevier's ‘Energy’ journal. The paper guidlines can be found under the “Submission Area" drop-down menu. Upon review of the paper and extended abstracts, notification of acceptance will be made to the corresponding authors on January 10, 2025.

Final Paper Submission | Deadline: February 14, 2025

Please visit conftool.com/sCO2-2025 to submit a technical paper or extended abstract for which the reviewer’s comments are addressed accordingly. The notification of final paper acceptance will be made on March 14, 2025.

Conference in Delft | April 9-11, 2025

The conference proceedings are indexed in the SCOPUS database and the best papers are published in a special issue of Elservier’s journal ‘Energy’.

Registration

The registration will be made available via conftool. 

Early Registration | Before March 1, 2025

Regular Participants

450 EUR

Students

350 EUR

Late Registration | From March 1, 2025

Regular Participants

500 EUR

Students

400 EUR

Contact

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