Trimeric’s Katherine Dombrowski to Speak at UW SER April 26

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Katherine Dombrowski

Katherine Dombrowski, senior process engineer at Trimeric Corp., a company among the world’s leading experts in carbon dioxide (CO2) capture, purification and compression, will speak about carbon capture and storage from industrial sources and direct air capture Friday, April 26, at the University of Wyoming.

Dombrowski will speak from noon-1 p.m. in the UW Energy Innovation Center’s Encana Auditorium. The free lunch presentation is part of the UW School of Energy Resources’ (SER) Distinguished Speaker Series. Interested students, members of the campus community and the public are invited to attend.

“We are delighted to have Ms. Dombrowski come and speak about carbon capture and storage endeavors from an industrial perspective,” says Christine Reed, SER director of outreach. “Carbon capture and storage is a flagship research area at SER, so we are always excited to have experts visit campus to share their perspectives with our students and campus community, as well as connect with our researchers here to forge new collaborative opportunities.”

Dombrowski has more than two decades of engineering and project management experience. During her presentation, she will discuss Trimeric’s project experiences in designing CO2 capture from power plants, ethanol plants, the air and other sources, with a focus on the complexities of the integrated system from sources to transportation to sinks.

A livestream of the presentation can be viewed at

For more information, email Reed at

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