How we can help you meet your goals
C-MAT Technologies will - for the first time - study and test filtration technologies based on novel nano-porous materials to enable capture and storage of CO2 in marine specific environments.
The premise of out project is to significantly reduce the carbon emissions of the shipping sector by marrying existing systems with a novel filtration technology, to produce a commercially viable and marine specific CO2 capture solution.
We provide molecular-levels simulations, machine learning and data mining services to identify top-performing solid adsorbents for CO2 capture.
Our team is composed of scientific and industry experienced people who understand shipping - you can lean on our experience to provide consultancy on a wide range of matters in this field.
Dr. Saeed Javdani
Dr. Masoud Gargari
Prof. Peyman Z. Moghadam
Dr. Noushin Moharrami
All the latest news from C-Mat!
We're excited to announce our strategic partnership with University College London (UCL) through Professor Peyman
We are delighted to announce that we have won funding through the Transport Research and Innovation Grants (TRIG) 2023 programme.
The TRIG programme helps SMEs and academics develop innovative research projects to improve the transport sector. It is funded by the Department for Transport and run by Connected Places Catapult.
C-MAT develops adsorption-based technologies for CO2 capture from ship emissions.
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