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conferenceseries.com Biofuels Congress th World Congress on Tentative Program Biofuels and Bioenergy September 04-06,2018 Zürich, Switzerland Interactive Sessions Keynote Lectures Plenary Lectures Workshops Exhibitors B2B Meetings ***For available speaker slots*** https://biofuels-bioenergy.conferenceseries.com/europe/ conferenceseries.com 13 th World Congress on Program at a Glance Biofuels Congress 2018 Biofuels and Bioenergy September 04-06,2018 Zürich, Switzerland Morning Sessions Day 1 Reception/Registration Least of 3 Keynote/Plenary Talks Time General Session Inaugural Address Keynote/Plenary Talk Keynote/Plenary Talk Keynote/Plenary Talk 3 /Group Photo Coffee/Tea Break (Networking) Advanced Biofuels Aviation Biofuels Algae Biofuels Evening Sessions Lunch Break Biomass Biomass Technologies Coffee/Tea Break (Networking) Workshop & Symposium Morning Sessions Day 2 Time Session 1 Session Keynote Forum Coffee/Tea Break (Networking) Production of Biofuels Biodiesel Biorefineries Evening Sessions Lunch Break Poster Presentations Poster Presentations Coffee/Tea Break (Networking) Bioalcohols and Bioethanol Biorefineries Renewable Energy NOTE: Program Schedule is subject to change with final allotment of the speaker slots https://biofuels-bioenergy.conferenceseries.com/europe/ conferenceseries.com Biofuels Congress th World Congress on Biofuels and Bioenergy September 04-06,2018 Zürich, Switzerland Morning Sessions Day 3 Time Session 1 Session 2 Keynote Forum Coffee/Tea Break (Networking) Bioenergy Biohydrogen Evening Sessions Lunch Break Biomass feed stocks for renewable energy generation Workshop Coffee/Tea Break (Networking) Biogas Food VS. Fuels debate NOTE: Program Schedule is subject to change with final allotment of the speaker slots https://biofuels-bioenergy.conferenceseries.com/europe/ conferenceseries.com Biofuels Congress 2018 Conference Highlights Advanced Biofuels Algae Biofuels Aviation biofuels Biomass Biogas Biodiesel Bioethanol Bioenergy Bioenergy Applications Biohydrogen Biorefineries Bioethanol Economics Biomass Technologies Bioenergy Conversion Bioenergy Transition Biomass feed stocks for renewable energy generation Food vs Fuels Debate Production of Biofuels Process for Bioenergy Renewable Energy For detailed sessions, please visit: https://biofuels-bioenergy.conferenceseries.com/europe/call-for-abstracts.php Submit your abstract online at: https://biofuels-bioenergy.conferenceseries.com/europe/abstract-submission. php Register online: https://biofuels-bioenergy.conferenceseries.com/europe/registration.php https://biofuels-bioenergy.conferenceseries.com/europe/ conferenceseries.com Biofuels Congress 2018 Glimpses of Biofuels Congress 2017 https://biofuels-bioenergy.conferenceseries.com/europe/ conferenceseries.com Biofuels Congress 2018 BEST TOURIST ATTRACTIONS IN ZÜRICH, SWITZERLAND Kunsthaus Zürich Lake Zurich Zürich Zoologisches Museum https://biofuels-bioenergy.conferenceseries.com/europe/ conferenceseries.com Scientific Program 7th International Congress on Biofuels and Bioenergy October 02-04, 2017 Toronto, Canada Conference Series - America One Commerce Center-1201, Orange St. #600, Wilmington, Zip 19899, Delaware, USA P: , F: Conference Series - UK Kemp House, 152 City Road, London EC1V 2NX Toll Free: Registrations Day 1 October 02, 2017 Dorothy conferenceseries.com Opening Ceremony Keynote Forum Introduction Title: Cellulosic biofuels: Realizing climate benefits and new processing paradigms Lee Lynd, Dartmouth College, USA Title: Bioenergy and energy sustainability Marc Rosen, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada Title: Nanoporous celluloses, previously unknown forms, as the best primary feedstocks for energy, chemical and agricultural feed production Rajai H Atalla, Cellulose Sciences International, USA Networking & Refreshment Break Title: Engineering of plants for improved conversion into biofuels and bioproducts Henrik V Scheller, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA Enhanced production of feedstock biomass: Biostimulants as a low-cost, low-carbon approach Donald L Smith, McGill University, Canada Speical Session Title: Eucalyptus trees for bioenergy Donald L Rockwood, University of Florida, USA Title: Fast growing poplars for bioenergy Ronald S. Zalesny Jr, USDA Forest Service, USA Title: Shrub willow for bioenergy and ecosystem services Timothy A. Volk, SUNY ESF, USA Group Dorothy Lunch Break Sessions: Biomass Bioenergy Session Chair: Prabir Basu, Dalhousie University, Canada Session Co-chair: Charles M. Cai, UC Riverside, USA Session Introduction Page 8 Title: A comprehensive study on production of torrefied Biofuel using inclined rotary reactor Prabir Basu, Dalhousie University, Canada Title: Biomass deconstruction towards total carbon utilization for future biorefineries Charles M. Cai, UC Riverside, USA Title: Biomass combustion with CO 2 capture by chemical looping Alberto Abad, ICB-CSIC, Spain Title: Carbon debt of forest bioenergy - Fact or fantasy? Niclas Scott Bentsen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Title: Modifying lignin content and composition to improve sorghum for bioenergy Scott Sattler, USDA-ARS, USA Title: Cold climate anaerobic digestion James Houser, Appalachian State University, USA Title: Genetic manipulation of the cell wall hemicellulose component as a route to improved feedstock materials for biofuels production Jacob K Jensen, Michigan State University, USA Title: Storage activity in the woody biomass supply chain: Mitigating GHG emissions and biomass degradation Selly krigstin, University of Toronto, Canada Networking & Refreshment Break Sessions: Biomass Bioenergy Session Chair: Vosatka Miroslav, Institute of Botany Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic Session Co-chair: Niclas Scott Bentsen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Title: Demonstrating operational stability and high returns on investment using additives in biomass burning power boilers Adam Campen, Imreys, USA Title: Steam Explosion for the extraction of sugars, pectic hydrocolloids, phenolics, flavonoids and oils from Citrus sinensis Christina Dorado, USDA-ARS, USA Title: Evaluation of rise husk for bio-hydrogen production Serpil Özmıhçı, Dokuz Eylül University, Turkey Title: Ecological management of fast growing trees plantations and biorefinery of added value products from biomass Vosatka Miroslav, Institute of Botany Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic Title: Water-Energy-Food Nexus: Biogas background and perspectives for Brazil and the United States by 2050 Janaina Camile Pasqual, Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná, Brazil Title: Predictive statistical model for optimized biomass boiler operation Naz Orang, University of Toronto, Canada Title: Hydrogen chloride removal from wood waste-derived syngas using inorganic sorbents Augstina E.phram, Centre RAPSODEE, France Title: Calcium phosphates as a novel support material for catalysis in Fischer-Tropsh synthesis Rajesh munirathnam, Centre RAPSODEE, France Title: Comparing pretreatment and subsequent hydrolysis maximum total sugar yielding conditions organosolv pretreatment to CELF pretreated poplar Rachna Dhir, University of California Riverside, USA Day 2 October 03, 2017 Dorothy Page 9 Keynote Forum Title: Biofuels and bio-chemicals: One perspective Ajit Sapre, Reliance Industries, India Title: Technical challenges of large-scale microalgae harvesting for feed, food, and biofuels production Majid Hosseini, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA Title: Innovative catalysts for the conversion of greenhouse gases (CO 2 and CH 4 ) from biowastes to energy and chemical Ange Nzihou, Centre RAPSODEE, France Networking & Refreshment Break Title: Recent progress in torrefaction for upgrading solid biomass fuels Wei-Hsin Chen, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan Malgorzata Slupska, POET, USA Jason Bootsma, Flint Hills Resources, USA Brooks Henningsen, Mascoma LLC, USA Herman Pel, DSM, Netherlands Sarah Teter, Novozymes, USA Speical Session Lunch Break Title: Getting to Scale: Choosing the right financing tool, and the right location Jeff Passmore, Passmore Group Inc., Canada Sessions: Advnaced biofuels Biorefineries Bioethanol Session Chair: Wolfgang Bauer, Michigan State University, USA Session Co-chair: Kesen Ma, University of Waterloo, Canada Session Introduction Title: Comparison of bio-ethanol and biogas: Net energy ratio, total yield, and greenhouse gas emissions Wolfgang Bauer, Michigan State University, USA Title: Biofuels between manifold expectations - How to assess their potential for sustainable transportation? Daniel thran, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ), Germany Title: Direct ethanol fuel cell performance using polyzenzimidazole/graphene oxide nanosheets electrolyte membrane Shingjiang Jessie Lue, Chang Gung University, Taiwan Title: Engineered carbon cycling strategies for advanced net-zero carbon Biofuels Lan Rowe, U.S. Department of Energy, USA Title: Making a bridge between biomass and hydrocarbon in a standard refinery Leandro Soter de Mariz e Miranda, UFRJ, Brazil Title: Effective microbial production of 2,3-butanediol from Biodiesel derived crude glycerol Wensheng qin, Lakehead University, Canada Networking & Refreshment Break Page 10 Title: Thermostable pyruvate decarboxylases are key enzymes in the alcohol fermentation at high temperatures Kesen Ma, University of Waterloo, Canada Title: Bamboo: A fast-growing feedstock for a biorefinery Nuwan Sella Kapu, University of British Columbia, Canada Title: The potential black liquor has to improve the sustainability of kraft process if used as feedstock for kraft biorefinery Franklin Kalu, Heriot-Watt University, UK Title: India BioFuel industry- Challenges, Opportunities and business strategies Amanpreet Singh, Engineers India Limited, India Title: Microwave-assisted organic acid pretreatment of starch based agro-residue: Assessment of fermentable sugar and bioethanol production Funmilayo Faloye, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa Title: Fossil fuel co-combustion of lignocellulosic sugarcane biorefineries: Techno-economic analysis (TEA) and life cycle assessment (LCA) M Ali Mandegari, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa Poster Presentations Title: Development of resources and tools to improve oil content and quality in pennycress BFBE-01 Fan Yang, The Ohio State University, USA Title: Oxidative decomposition of lignin for materials of resin BFBE-02 Isao Hasegawa, Kansai University, Japan Title:High value chemicals from palm Biomass: Combustion kinetics of leaflet, rachis and BFBE-03 fibers of UAE date palm tree biomass using thermogravimetric analysis Emmanuel Galiwango, UAE University, UAE Title: Optimization of a meter-cubed (1m3) upscaled PBR (a focus on the light BFBE-04 distribution of culture-agitation) BFBE-05 Allen Akwu-Ude, University of Glasgow, UK Title: Kinetics and thermodynamics of thermal inactivation of recombinant E colilignocellulases cel8c, cel12b, and peh28, on cellulose and pectin: Implications for lignocellulosic biomass conversion Eman Ibrahim, Texas A and M University-Kingsville, USA Day 3 October 04, 2017 Dorothy Keynote Forum Title: Perspective of fermentative H 2 Production technology from biomass for commercialization Nanqi Ren, Harbin Institute of Technology, China Title: Bioenergy production through chemical looping processes Francisco García Labiano, ICB-CSIC, Spain Title: Renewable fuels and products from biomass: A hybrid thermochemical and biochemical conversion process Animesh Dutta, University of Guelph, Canada Networking & Refreshment Break Title: Why is the thermophilic ethanol fermentation limited to low ethanol titers? Weilan shao, Jiangsu University, China Workshop Title: Workshop on Synthesized natural gas production by dually fluidized bed gasification of woody biomass and subsequent methanation Koji Hashimoto, Tohoku Institute of Technology, Japan Special talk Jim Grey, IGPC ethanol, Canada Page 11 Title: A competitiveness analysis of alternative oilseeds for biodiesel production in Brazil Antonio Domingos Padula, UFRGS, Brazil Title: A systems approach to improve oil synthesis in alternative crops Ana Paula Alonso, The Ohio State University, USA Title: Intensified biofuel production Anh phan, Newcastle University, UK Lunch Break Title: Antiwear study on petroleum base oils with esters A. Rajendiran, Bharat Petroleum corporation ltd, India Title: Biofuels production from microalgae extracts (green diesel and biokerosene) Luis F Barahona, CICY, Mexico Title: Feasibility of using brewery wastewater for biodiesel production and nutrient removal by scenedesmus dimorphus Giovanni Antonio Lutzu, Oklahoma State University, USA Title: Recycle of process streams for sustainable production of algae biofuels Ashwin Gajra, Reliance Industries Limited, India Title: Microbial based biofuel production: potential impact on the control of global warming Javid Hussain, Institute of Chemical Sciences University of Peshawar, Pakistan Title: Production of Microalgae Biomass (MAB): A cost-efficient, profitable, sustainable and quality upscaling of five commercial microalgae strains in greenhouse at northern latitudes Henry T Bedoya, University of Life Sciences, Norway Title: Effect of trace metals addition on food waste anaerobic digestion Andisheh Yazdanpanaha, University of Western Ontario, Canada Networking & Refreshment Break Award Cermony Page 12
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