The University of Alberta is on the forefront of future-focused research and education and is committed to understanding the complexities of our world. UAlberta’s International Projects (IP) team works with companies, governments, organizations, and academia around the world to build capacity by facilitating partnerships with Alberta’s world-class experts across a wide range of subjects and sectors. Their international clients will typically engage with the IP team to co-develop a customized program
in consultation with UAlberta experts which is designed to meet their specific training, consulting, education, or research needs. Given UAlberta’s location in the heart of Canada’s hydrocarbon sector, they have developed unmatched depth of expertise over nearly a century in a wide range of technologies related to energy and the environment. For example, they has a researchers
at the forefront of the search for new ways to produce hydrogen cheaply and sustainably with minimal energy inputs and GHG byproducts. UAlberta also has a researchers developing new technologies to trap and store atmospheric CO2 through mineral carbonation using mine waste, and through the creation of supercritical CO2 in sub-surface reservoirs, which can then be utilized in closed systems to transfer geothermal energy to the surface. These are just a few innovative solutions to global issues that UAlberta experts are working on. They are always ready to share our expertise with international clients who are seeking to build their capacity in specialized areas such as these. Please don’t hesitate to contact the IP team to discuss how they can help.