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EUBCE 2016

24th European Biomass Conference & Exhibition PROGRAMME GUIDE EXHIBITION CATALOGUE

6 - 9 JUNE | AMSTERDAM - THE NETHERLANDS

RAI Amsterdam Exhibition and Convention Centre


INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORTERS

Technical Programme Coordination European Commission DG Joint Research Centre

Organiser

With the support

ETA-Florence Renewable Energies

WIP Renewable Energies

Tel. +39-055-5002280 E-mail: biomass.conference@etaflorence.it

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TABLE OF CONTENTS WELCOME...................................................................................... ....................2 INFORMATION.............................................................................................. 11 General information................................................................................................... 12 Networking Events..................................................................................................... 19

PROGRAMME................................................................................................ 20 Monday........................................................................................................................... 22 Tuesday........................................................................................................................... 44 Wednesday.................................................................................................................... 80 Thursday.......................................................................................................................118 EUBCE Parallel Events..............................................................................................142 EUBCE Workshops.....................................................................................................150

EXHIBITORS’ CATALOGUE......................................................................166 Exhibitors’ list..............................................................................................................167 Exhibition layout........................................................................................................169

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS.............................................................................203 Committees.................................................................................................................204 Institutional Supporters..........................................................................................213 Supporting Organisations......................................................................................214 Media Partners...........................................................................................................215

AUTHORS INDEX........................................................................................217 PROGRAMME OUTLINE........................................ Inside back cover

This Programme has been printed on 18th May 2016 For the latest programme details please check programme.eubce.com or visit www.eubce.com

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WELCOME 4

Welcome to

Amsterdam


The deployment of biomass for production of power, heat, transportation fuels, renewable feedstock and materials has become one of the most complex, promising, politicized and debated options we have at our disposal to combat climate change and create a sustainable energy system.

WELCOME

Message from the Conference General Chairman

State-of-the-art analysis strongly confirms the necessity of large scale biomass deployment to meet the maximum GMT change of 2 – 1.5 oC. The Paris Agreement fortunately led to global consensus for deep GHG emission reduction. The IPCC made clear in its latest 5th assessment report that all key mitigation options (increased energy efficiency across the board, all renewables, carbon capture and storage) need to deliver in the coming 4 decades on a vast scale AND that 250-300 EJ (a quarter to a third the worlds energy supply in the second half of this century) may need to come from biomass to make that possible. With those targets, the need for negative emissions (combined deployment of biomass with carbon capture and storage) is deemed necessary on a large scale. Furthermore, biomass is the only tangible alternative for delivering carbon neutral carbon for liquid transport fuels for aviation, shipping, heavy road transport and shares of demand for passenger vehicles. Overall, sustainable biomass may deliver 30-40% of total global GHG mitigation efforts with the combined displacement of fossil fuels, CO2 removal and storage and increased carbon storage via vegetation, reforestation and restoration of marginal and degraded lands. Then, fossil energy imports, mainly oil and gas into the EU amount to some 400 billion Euro/yr and oil & gas import dependency has risen to over 90% and is expected to increase even further in the coming decades. Biomass offers the opportunity to cover a quarter of the EU’s energy use by 2050 within its borders, ensuring that a large part of the energy import bill is transformed to further investment and growth in industry, agriculture and forestry, implying sustainable jobs in particular in rural regions. Similar argumentation holds for many other world regions as well. A sustainable biobased economy first and foremost depends on availability and supply of sustainable and affordable biomass resources. Much time and effort was spent since 2008 (when food prices spiked) to discuss the possible risks and drawbacks of large scale biomass use. Today, we clearly understand that it is paramount that unsustainable displacement of food and loss of forest cover can be avoided by means of higher resource efficiency (land, water, nutrients) in agriculture, livestock management and by restoration of degraded lands. This is possible on the scale required and can provide major synergies between sustainable biobased economy and sustainable, resource efficient food production. Achieving this synergy is one of the most important objectives for the coming decade via large scale demonstrations, new integral policy and sustainability frameworks that not only cover biomass value chains but also the larger land and natural resource base and rural economy of the regions where the biomass is sourced. Modernization and improved efficiency of conventional agriculture (and livestock) is essential in itself. Doing so changes the perspective of bioenergy from hedging problems to achieving synergies with better agriculture. Certification of biomass value chains sets the pace for conventional agriculture in that sense, which is a very positive development.

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WELCOME

The required land use strategies can also provide an answer to adapt to the impacts of climate change by means of prevention of soil erosion, improving water retention functions, abating salinity problems, etc. and more resilient agriculture. In total, this provides a ’heavy’ agenda; the combined effort of (cross disciplinary) science, energy and chemical industries, civil society, policy and, key for the biobased economy, the agriculture and forestry sectors is needed. Building this sustainable biobased economy takes decades and steady, gradual development of (biomass) markets, infrastructure and technologies. Such a long term perspective is essential to steadily push down costs and walk down the learning curves that are very much there to exploit. The Netherlands will host this 24th EUBCE. It is a country that counts heavily on biobased options to make the future energy and material supply sustainable. This will mean large scale sustainable biomass imports, a biobased chemical industry, large scale advanced biofuel production for road transport, aviation and shipping, green gas to replace natural gas and biorefineries and bioenergy plants equipped with CCS. The ambition is visible in a wide range of R&D efforts, demonstrations and commercial biomass projects in all relevant sectors. We hope this will be a fruitful environment for the 24th EUBCE, also to foster crucially important partnerships and collaboration. The Netherlands can offer a lot. But the Netherlands also has a lot to learn from the successes and achievements seen in other markets and countries. There are notable examples, such as the Scandinavian and Austrian biobased economy programs, Brazil, the US, in Asia… Let’s learn from successes and progress, reported at the conference, let’s push innovation, let’s collaborate between sectors and stakeholders, let’s push for the required policy frameworks, let’s focus on solving problems and accelerating implementation. And do the research to make that possible. The EUBCE 2016 takes place at an important moment in time: the Climate Treaty from Paris leaves no room for further delays. We need to deliver. Let’s keep that in mind while we all enjoy an excellent and inspiring event that brings the best and brightest of the biobased community together.

Prof. André P.C. Faaij Academic Director of Energy Academy Europe Distinguished Professor of Energy System Analysis at Groningen University

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Dear Participant of the 24th European Biomass Conference,

WELCOME

Message from the Technical Programme Chairman

On behalf of the scientific and industry committee, it is a great pleasure to welcome you to the 24th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EUBCE). The conference has a great tradition extending over the last 30 years addressing topics from biomass itself, to conversion processes for biofuels, bioenergy and biorefineries, to industrial applications of research results and to political policies and impacts on the environment. Since the 22nd EUBCE we have fully integrated industry presentations into the core programme in order to showcase deployment of the very many innovative technologies that have emerged over recent years. Last year for the first time we provided a clear place in the programme to highlight roles for integration of biomass and bioenergy in developing energy supply infrastructures. There is a pressing need for renewable energy growth to meet political targets for 2020 and beyond. There is an even more pressing need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions if we are to achieve the objectives of COP21 from December last year. All uses of biomass need to be carefully considered. This means that biomass use must be environmentally sustainable and that genuine savings of greenhouse gas emissions are achieved when fossil-based products, energy and fuels are replaced. Most significant is that industry is able to achieve both environmental and economic sustainability and that scientific discoveries can be readily incorporated into industrial concepts and deployed at commercial scale. Growth of renewables in the energy sector, particularly of solar and wind energy, presents substantial challenges in terms of balancing energy supply with energy demand. Biomass and bioenergy are starting to play a significant role in the development of systems that can provide stable energy supply that closely matches demand. It is already obvious that individual renewable energy sectors cannot develop in isolation because each has an impact on others in the supply of energy. The 24th EUBCE in 2016 is designed to address all aspects that relate to biomass and bioenergy, not least the role of biomass in the emerging bioeconomy. There will continue to be a strong focus on interactions between researchers, industry and policy makers for all branches of biomass, bioenergy biomaterials and biochemicals that are contributing to an emerging low carbon society. There is a pressing need to focus on how scientific innovations can be more efficiently exploited, on how the needs of the cutting edge industries can be met by research and innovation and how environmental sustainability can be optimised while achieving viable economic performance. The exhibition will continue to provide a platform for interaction. A number of key side events have been organised to complement the core conference programme and to enhance contact opportunities for individuals from all sectors and organisations. The scientific committee looks forward to meeting you in Amsterdam. Dr. David Baxter European Commission, Joint Research Centre Institute for Energy and Transport 7


WELCOME

Linneborn Award The European Linneborn Prize for Outstanding merits in Biomass will be awarded during the Conference. The Prize was established in 1994 for outstanding contributions to the development of energy from biomass. The Prize is named in honour of Johannes Linneborn, a pioneer of wood gasification. Deeply rooted in human ethics, he had far-reaching visions on the world’s development, on health, transport and agriculture. The Linneborn Prize will be awarded on Monday, 6th June 2016 during the Conference Opening.

The Awarded International Personalities 1994-2015 1994: Giuliano Grassi - 8th European Bioenergy Conference - Vienna 1996: Ralph Overend - 9th European Bionergy Conference - Copenhagen 1998: David Hall - 10th European Biomass Conference - Wurzburg 2000: Ton Beenackers - 11th European Biomass Conference - Seville 2002: Philippe Chartier - 12th European Biomass Conference - Amsterdam 2004: Spyros Kyritsis - 13th European Biomass Conference - Rome 2005: Wolfgang Palz - 14th European Biomass Conference - Paris 2007: Tony Bridgwater - 15th European Biomass Conference - Berlin 2008: José Roberto Moreira - 16th European Biomass Conference - Valencia 2009: Bryan M. Jenkins - 17th European Biomass Conference - Hamburg 2010: Kyriakos Maniatis - 18th European Biomass Conference - Lyon 2011: Kai Sipilä - 19th European Biomass Conference - Berlin 2012: Hermann Hofbauer - 20th European Biomass Conference - Milano 2013: Liisa Viikari - 21st European Biomass Conference - Copenhagen 2013: Wim Van Swaaij - Special Award - 21st European Biomass Conference Copenhagen 2014: Yuan Zhenhong - 22nd European Biomass Conference - Hamburg 2015: Andrè Faaij - 23rd European Biomass Conference - Vienna

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The EUBCE 2016 is proud to announce this year’s winner of the Linnerborn Prize 2016 – Dr. John (Jack) Saddler, Professor of Forest Products Biotechnology/Bioenergy and former Dean, Faculty of Forestry at the University of British Columbia.

WELCOME

Linneborn Prize 2016 awarded to Prof. John (Jack) Saddler

“Professor Saddler is a pioneer and innovator into why pretreatment, fractionation and enzyme hydrolysis have to be optimised to provide the front-end of a Biorefinery and he has contributed to many policy-related issues through work with organisations such as IEA”. As a senior research scientist, Dr. Saddler has been involved, for more than 30 years, in various national and international organizations that have advanced the global understanding of how woody biomass can be converted to useful fuels and chemicals. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, Canada’s highest recognition for scientists, and he has received many other awards such as the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO’s) Scientific Achievement Award, the Charles D. Scott award for contributions to the field of “Biotechnology for fuels and Chemicals”, etc. Recently, Dr. Saddler received the prestigious 2009 Leadership award, presented from Life Sciences British Columbia for demonstrated leadership in the industry and given to individuals who have assisted in the creation and advancement of the broader life sciences communities over time. Dr. Saddler has published more than 380 papers, several books, holds several patents and is a regular reviewer/advisor for agencies such as the US Dept of Energy, USDA, NSERC, World Bank, etc. Outside of the research setting, Dr. Saddler has not only advised policymakers at the highest levels provincially and nationally, but has been instrumental in the creation of long-standing initiatives to demonstrate, commercialize and transfer promising biorefining technologies, such as the creation of Ethanol BC and the BC Bioenergy Network. Nationally, his influence extends to such bodies as the Science Directorate of the Canadian Forest Service, the Canadian Council of Forests Ministers, and the National Roundtable on Economy and Environment. Internationally, he has contributed significantly to the work of the UN’s Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), the US DoE, USDA, the International Energy Agency (IEA) Paris, and he has acted as the Task Leader of the Liquid Biofuels network of IEA Bioenergy organization.

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WELCOME

EUBCE Students Awards Following the success of previous years and to encourage high-quality work among young researchers, the EUBCE Students Awards will be delivered in recognition of the most remarkable and outstanding research work in the field of Biomass on the occasion of EUBCE 2016. 115 received applications for the EUBCE Student Awards have been received. They have been reviewed and scored by the International Scientific and Industry Committee, made up of leading research and industry experts from the global Biomass Community. The prizes will be awarded during the Conference Closing Session on Thursday 9 June 2016. Take the chance to attend the presentations of their outstanding work in the following oral sessions: 4AV.3.9 ASSESSING RESOURCE EFFICIENCY GAINS AND GHG EMISSION REDUCTIONS OF CASCADING IN THE WOOD SECTOR Anna Liza BAIS * Alpen-Adria University, Institute of Social Ecology, AUSTRIA Co-authors: M. Vis, P. Reumerman, BTG Biomass Technology Group, Enschede, The Netherlands; R. Sikkema, European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy

4CO.2.3 MODELLING WOOD PELLET TRADE BASED ON MONTHLY TRADE FLOW STATISTICS AND EXPERT INTERVIEWS Fabian SCHIPFER* Vienna University of Technology, Energy Economics Group, AUSTRIA Co-author: L. Kranzl, Technische Universität Wien, Austria

3BO.3.4 PRODUCTION AND ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF FOODGRADE GLUCOSE SOLUTION FROM RICE STRAWS Chih-Heng WANG * National Taiwan University, Chemical Engineering Dpt., TAIWAN Co-authors: W.H. Chen, Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Taoyuan, Taiwan; J.T. Lai, Food Industry Research and Development Institute, Hsinchu, Taiwan; C.C. Hsu, B.Z. Wan, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

2CO.3.1 SUPERCRITICAL WATER GASIFICATION OF BIOMASS: FIRST RESULTS AND EXPERIENCES OBTAINED FROM THE TU DELFT/GENSOS SEMI-PILOT SCALE SETUP Onursal YAKABOYLU* TU Delft, Process and Energy Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: I. Albrect, W. de Jong, TU Delft, The Netherlands; J. Harinck, G. Smit, Gensos B.V., Delft, The Netherlands

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*EUBCE Student Award Winner


Awards for Outstanding Visual Presentations This award 2016 is one of the highlights of the Conference Closing: the most outstanding Visual Presentations of each topic will be awarded. A jury of experts coordinates by Prof. Dimitrios Sidiras, University of Piraeus, Greece, judges the quality of the contents reported and the quality of the graphic presentation. The awards will be announced on Thursday morning and delivered as part of the Conference Closing on Thursday 9 June 2016. The winners will be invited on stage and the winning posters will be projected in the Auditorium..

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General

Information


GENERAL INFORMATION

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VENUE LAYOUT Ground floor

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First floor

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GENERAL INFORMATION

INFORMATION

POSTER AREA

Poster Area Auditorium

Registration

2BV.1 2CV.3 Paper delivery & Presenters desk

MAIN ENTRANCE

ICV.1 Exhibition

1BV.4 1CV.4

Networking lunch

1DV.1 4.AV.1

Visual Presentations Monday 6th June 4AV.1 13:30 - 15:00 - Market deployment and sustainability issues of biomass production 4AV.2 15:15 - 16:45 - Environmental effects of biomass 4AV.3 17:00 - 18:30 - Opportunities and strategies for bioeconomy Tuesday 7th June 2BV.1 08:30 - 10:00 - Characterization methods and process conditions for biomass combustion systems 5BV.2 13:30 - 15:00 - Integration of bioenergy with other renewable and conventional energies 3BV.3 15:15 - 16:45 - Biomethane and bioethanol production 1BV.4 17:00 - 18:30 - Assessment studies on different biomass feedstock

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3BV.3

5BV.2

3CV.2

INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

3DV.2 3DV.3

AUDITORIUM

4.AV.3

4.AV.2 MAIN ENTRANCE

Wednesday 8th June ICV.1 08:30 -10:00 - Activities and analysis for innovative biomass technologies and industrial initiatives 3CV.2 13:30 - 15:00 - Biorefineries and biobased products 2CV.3 15:15 - 16:45 - Improvements to biomass gasification systems and anaerobic digestion processes 1CV.4 17:00 - 18:30 - Algae production systems Thursday 9th June 1DV.1 08:30 - 10:00 - Trials and assessments for advances in cropping systems for sustainable biomass production 3DV.2 10:15 - 11:45 - Thermally treated solid biofuels 3DV.3 13:30 - 15:00 - Pyrolysis oil conversion methods. Oil-based biofuels production

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GENERAL INFORMATION

INFORMATION

VENUE

RAI Amsterdam Europaplein 1078 GZ Amsterdam GPS coordinates: Longitude (E): 4.8912807311965 Latitude (N): 52.3418505714961

TAXI

Any taxi company can bring you to RAI Amsterdam. Only taxis operated by the company TCA can pick you up at the RAI, however. To call a taxi, please dial +31 20 777 7777

METRO

Tram 4 runs between the RAI (Europaplein stop), Amsterdam’s city centre and Amsterdam Central Station. You can reach the RAI from the Amstel railway station by taking Metro 51 and Bus 65. Metro 51 also runs to Amsterdam Central Station. Metro 50 runs regularly between the Amsterdam Sloterdijk and Gein stations and stops at the RAI Amsterdam station.

BADGES

All participants are requested to wear their badges throughout the event. Badges are marked according to the type of pass purchased, and participants will not be admitted to the Conference or the Exhibition without their badge. You may also be required to show your badge at the networking events. Should you lose your badge, please go to the registration areas for assistance. An administrative fee may apply for reprinting the badge.

OPENING HOURS

CONFERENCE

EXHIBITION

Monday 6 June

08:30 - 18:30

After Conference Opening to Welcome Reception

Tuesday 7 June

08:30 - 18:30

09:00 - 18:30

Wednesday 8 June

08:30 - 18:30

09:00 - 18:30

Thursday 9 June

08:30 - 16:45

09:00 - 14:30

REGISTRATION

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Sunday 5 June

16:00 - 18:00

Monday 6 June

08:00 - 18:30

Tuesday 7 June

08:00 - 18:30

Wednesday 8 June

08:00 - 18:30

Thursday 9 June

08:00 - 16:45


GENERAL INFORMATION

Monday 6 June

10:00 - 10:15 / 15:00 - 15:15 / 16:45 – 17:00

Tuesday 7 June

10:00 - 10:15 / 15:00 - 15:15 / 16:45 – 17:00

Wednesday 8 June

10:00 - 10:15 / 15:00 - 15:15 / 16:45 – 17:00

Thursday 9 June

INFORMATION

FOOD & BEVERAGES

Access to the lunch areas will be granted upon presentation of a lunch voucher only. This item will not be available on site. Lost tickets will not be replaced. Besides four Coffee and tea permanent stations, food and beverages will be available in several dedicated areas at the following times: Coffee Breaks

10:00 - 10:15 / 15:00 - 15:15

Networking Lunch Monday 6 June

12:30 - 13:30

Tuesday 7 June

12:30 - 13:30

Wednesday 8 June

12:30 - 13:30

Thursday 9 June

12:00 - 13:30

Please note that it is possible to buy drink and food at Gran Cafè Bar Restaurant on the ground floor, open from Monday to Thursday, 08:30 - 18:30

INTERNET

All Participants can connect to the network, available in selected areas, using these login details: Network name (SSID): CONGRESSWIFI Passcode (WPA2): congress@rai It supports basic intern usage such as e-mailing, browsing and social media up to 1Mbps per user.

TOURIST INFORMATION POINT

Official Visitor Information Centre VVV at the Central Station Noord-Zuid Hollandsch Koffiehuis (white woodenhouse left from the main entry to the station facing the city), Stationplein 1. Monday to Saturday, 9 am - 5 pm; Sunday 9 am - 4 pm

TELEPHONE

The international access code for The Netherlands is +31. Remove the ‘0’ from the city/area code when dialling international numbers. We request that all conference delegates put their mobile phones on silent mode during all conference sessions.

CLOAKROOM AND LUGGAGE FACILITIES

A cloakroom service will be available in the Emerald Foyer - First Floor. No overnight storage

EMERGENCIES

In case of emergency please contact the Welcome Desk at the entrance G. 19


GENERAL INFORMATION

INFORMATION

LOST AND FOUND

Lost and found items can be recovered at the Registration desk located in the entrance G foyer of Rai Amsterdam Congress Center.

MEETING ROOMS

If you reserved a meeting room and have any queries, please contact Sabrina Palloni via the Registration desk

ORGANISER’S OFFICE

Please contact the organiser’s office during the EUBCE via biomas.conference@ etaflorence.it and via the Registration desk on site

PAPER DELIVERY - PRESENTERS’ DESK

From Sunday, june 5th to Thursday, June 9th authors can deliver their papers to be published in the Conference Proceedings. If the manuscript is not available during the Conference, your paper will not be published in the Proceedings. Speakers of Plenary, Orals and Parallel Events must hand in their presentation onsite to the Presenter’s desk according to the instruction for Authors to control the correct functionality and transfer the presentation to the respective auditorium. Opening hours of Presenters’ and Paper delivery desk: Sunday 5 June

16:00 - 18:00

Monday 6 June

08:00 – 18:30

Tuesday 7 June

08:00 - 18:30

Wednesday 8 June

08:00 - 18:30

Thursday 9 June

08:00 - 15:00

PROCEEDINGS

The online 24th EUBCE proceedings will be available from the beginning of August 2016. The proceedings include all submitted papers, PowerPoint presentations and Posters (where available), video files of selected sessions. Contact publications@etaflorence.it

PRESS

RAI Amsterdam WIFI, background information and press kits are available for all participating media. The official press conference is scheduled after the Opening Session at 12:30. Press Accreditation desk opening hours:

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Monday 6 June

08:00 – 18:30

Tuesday 7 June

08:00 - 18:30

Wednesday 8 June

08:00 - 18:30

Thursday 9 June

08:00 - 16:45


NETWORKING EVENTS WELCOME RECEPTION

Monday 6th June Exhibition Area All EUBCE participants are invited to join the Welcome reception in the Exhibition Area from 18:30 to 20:00

EUBCE DINNER

This exclusive dinner will take place on Wednesday 8th June 2016 from 8.00 p.m. at Café Restaurant de Kroon and will be the most captivating social event of the European Biomass Conference and Exhibition week. • Meet professionals from the biomass world • Savour excellent food • Enjoy pleasant atmosphere to relax and network Delegates, visitors and exhibitors interested in taking part in the EUBCE Dinner should purchase tickets. A shuttle bus transfer will be organised starting at RAI Amsterdam Conference Exhibition and Convention Centre at 18:45. Tickets are available at the Registration Desk. For special diet needs (vegetarian, gluten free or similar), please contact Sabrina Palloni at sabrina.palloni@etaflorence.it

INFORMATION

Wednesday 8th June 20:00 Café Restaurant de Kroon

NETWORKING LUNCH

Monday - Wednesday 12:30 - 13:30 Thursday 12:00 - 13:00 The networking lunch will be served in buffet style in a designated area during the conference programme breaks. Access to the lunch areas will only be granted upon presentation of a lunch voucher which you will receive at the Registration desk on site with your registration documents. Tickets will not be available on site. Lost tickets will not be replaced.

B2B MATCHMAKING

Wednesday 8th 14:30 - 18:30 The EUBCE 2016 Business Meetings is a matchmaking event with the aim of establishing business opportunities with potential clients or partners in the international biomass sector.

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Conference

Programme


CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 Programme Outline 09:00

Conference Opening Plenary Session Keynotes on Applications of Science in Industry Opening Addresses MONDAY AM

Moderated Panel Linneborn Award EUBIA Award

12:30

15:00 15:15

16:45 17:00

18:30

Lunch Break

1AO.1 T1.1

2AO.2 T2.2

3AO.3 T3.6

4AV.1 T4.1/4.2

Break

1AO.4 T1.1

2AO.5 T2.2

1AO.7 T1.5

2AO.8 T2.3

3AO.6 T3.6

4AV.2 T4.3

Break

5AO.9 T5.1

4AV.3 T4.4/4.5

EXHIBITION

13:30

Welcome Reception

1 Biomass Resources T1.1 Biomass potentials and biomass mobilisation T1.5 Municipal and industrial wastes 2 Biomass Conversion Technologies for Heating, Cooling and Electricity T2.2 Biomass and bioliquids combustion for small and medium scale applications T2.3 Biomass combustion in large utilities 3 Biomass Conversion Technologies for liquid and gaseous fuels, chemicals and materials T3.3 Oil-based biofuels T3.6 Biorefineries 4

Biomass Policies, Markets and Sustainability T4.1 Market implementation, investments & financing T4.2 Sustainability, certification and standards T4.3 Environmental impacts of bioenergy T4.4 Resource efficient bioeconomy and social opportunities T4.5 Biomass strategies and policies

5 Bioenergy in integrated energy systems T5.1 Integration of bioenergy with other renewable and conventional energy sources, combination of energetic and material use

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CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 Monday Conference Opening 09:00 PLENARY SESSION: APPLICATION OF SCIENCE IN INDUSTRY

MONDAY AM

Room: Auditorium

Chaired by: André FAAIJ, Conference General Chairman Academic Director Energy Academy Europe and Distinguished Professor Energy System Analysis, Groningen University, The Netherlands David Baxter, Technical Programme Chairman European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport Speakers: BIOPRODUCTS Marcel WUBBOLTS Chief Technology Officer, DSM Innovation Center, The Netherlands AVIATION BIOFUELS Philippe MARCHAND Director of Biotechnologies for the Renewable Energy Division, TOTAL, France BIOMETHANE Oliver LÜDTKE COO Bioethanol/Biomethane , Verbio AG WE’VE SIGNED THE PARIS AGREEMENT - SO WHAT NOW FOR BIOENERGY? Ralph SIMS Director of the Centre for Energy Research, Massey University,New Zealand, and Member of the Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel (STAP) of The Global Environment Facility (GEF), Washington DC, USA

10:15 OPENING ADDRESSES + MODERATED OPENING PANEL Room: Auditorium ADDRESSES MESSAGE BY HOST COUNTRY Bert STUIJ, Manager Sustainable Energy, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs MESSAGE BY THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION Paula ABREU MARQUES Head of Unit Renewables and CCS Policy, European Commission, Directorate General for Energy

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CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 Keynote Opening Speech THE BIOBASED ECONOMY AS PART OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: THE NEXUS BETWEEN FOOD, LAND, CLIMATE, WATER, DEVELOPMENT, SECURITY André FAAIJ, Conference General Chairman

“The Role of Bioenergy after COP21” How to unlock its full sustainable potential With

MONDAY AM

MODERATED OPENING PANEL

André FAAIJ, Conference General Chairman Giovanni DE SANTI Director Institute for Energy and Transport, JRC, European Commission Paula ABREU MARQUES Head of Unit Renewables and CCS Policy, Directorate General for Energy European Commission Dolf GIELEN Director of IRENA Innovation and Technology Centre, Germany Peter Paul SCHOUWENBERG Head Environment of RWE Generation Hard Coal, Gas & Biomass Continental Europe, RWE, The Netherlands Ralph SIMS Director of the Centre for Energy Research, Massey University,New Zealand, and Member of the Scientific and Technical Advisory Panel (STAP) of The Global Environment Facility (GEF), Washington DC, USA Moderator: Paolo FRANKL Head of Renewable Energy Division, International Energy Agency, France Linneborn Prize 2016 Award EUBIA Award 2016 12:30 Press Conference

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CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 ORAL SESSION 1AO.1 Biomass potentials and supply Room: Auditorium

MONDAY PM

CHAIRPERSONS: Birka WICKE, Utrecht University, THE NETHERLANDS Neeta SHARMA, ENEA Research Centre, ITALY 1AO.1.1 THE POTENTIAL OF ANIMAL MANURE, STRAW AND GRASS FOR EUROPEAN BIOGAS PRODUCTION IN 2030. Ane Katharina Paarup MEYER, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Energy Technology Dpt., DENMARK Co-author: J.B. Holm-Nielsen, Aalborg University, Esbjerg, Denmark

1AO.1.2 BOOSTING THE BIOMASS POTENTIAL IN CRISIS SITUATIONS METHODOLOGY AND CASE STUDY FOR COGENERATION STATION IN GIVEN REGION OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC Jan WEGER, Silva Tarouca Research Institute for Landscape, Phytoenergy and Biodiversity Dpt., CZECH REPUBLIC

Co-authors: K. Vávrová, Silva Tarouca Research Institute for Landscape, Prohonice, Czech Republic; J. Knápek, T. Králík, Czech Technical University in Prague, Fac. of Elec, Prague, Czech Republic

1AO.1.3 ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL OF KEY REGIONS TO EXPORT BIOMASS RESOURCES TO BALANCE GROWING GLOBAL DEMAND - EVALUATION OF THE AVAILABILITY OF BIOMASS FOR TRADE THROUGH SUPPLY DEMAND BALANCE ANALYSIS Andrew WELFLE, University of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM 1AO.1.4 OPTIMIZING BIOMASS SUPPLY CHAINS: THE IMPORT OF BIOMASS FROM SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES FOR THE DUTCH BIO-BASED ECONOMY Lotte VISSER, Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute - Energy & Resources, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: I. Dafnomilis, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; E.T.A. Hoefnagels, H.M. Junginger, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands

1AO.1.5 WOOD FUEL SUPPLY THROUGH THE TERMINAL NETWORK IN FINLAND AND SWEDEN Matti VIRKKUNEN, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Biofuels and Bioenergy Dpt., FINLAND Co-author: J. Raitila, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Jyväskylä, Finland

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CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 ORAL SESSION 2AO.2 Small-scale applications: testing methods, emission formation and emission reduction CHAIRPERSONS: Ingwald OBERNBERGER, Bios Bioenergiesysteme, AUSTRIA Timothée NOCQUET, Leroux & Lotz Technologies, FRANCE 2AO.2.1 BEREAL-DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW TEST METHOD FOR FIREWOOD ROOMHEATERS REFLECTING REAL LIFE OPERATION Gabriel REICHERT, Bioenergy 2020+, Small Scale Combustion Systems Dpt., AUSTRIA

MONDAY PM

Room: G102

Co-authors: H. Hartmann, H. Oehler, TFZ Straubing, Germany; W. Haslinger, C. Schmidl, M. Schwabl, H. Stressler, R. Sturmlechner, Bioenergy 2020+, Wieselburg-Land, Austria; M. Woehler, University of Applied Forest Sciences, Rottenburg, Germany

2AO.2.2 ULTRAFINE PARTICLE EMISSION PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF TWO RESIDENTIAL WOODY BIOMASS APPLIANCES Senem OZGEN, Politecnico di Milano, DICA - Environmental Engineering Section, ITALY 2AO.2.3 PERFORMANCE OF CATALYTIC AND NON-CATALYTIC FOAM CERAMIC ELEMENTS IN LOG WOOD STOVES Robert MACK, Technology and Support Centre of Renewable Raw Materials, Solid Biofuels Dpt., GERMANY Co-author: H. Hartmann, TFZ - Technology and Support Centre, Straubing, Germany

2AO.2.4 TESTS ON CATALYTIC WALL FLOW FILTERS FOR PM ABATEMENT FROM BIOMASS BOILERS Matteo CALDERA, ENEA Research Centre, ITALY

Co-authors: E. Meloni, V. Palma, Università degli Studi di Salerno, Fisciano, Italy; R. Roberto, V. Pignatelli, V. Gerardi, ENEA, Saluggia, Italy; M. Masoero, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

2AO.2.5 2-YEAR FIELD OPERATION MONITORING OF ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATORS FOR RESIDENTIAL WOOD HEATING SYSTEMS Thomas BRUNNER, Bios Bioenergiesysteme, AUSTRIA Co-authors: G. Wuercher, I. Obernberger, Bios Bioenergiesysteme, Graz, Austria

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 ORAL SESSION 3AO.3 Integrated biorefineries Room: G103

MONDAY PM

CHAIRPERSONS: Jean-Michel LAVOIE, Université de Sherbrooke, CANADA Rene VAN REE, Wageningen University, THE NETHERLANDS 3AO.3.1 PROTEIN-DRIVEN BIOREFINING - SUSTAINABLE BIOMASS USE FOR FOOD AND NON-FOOD Wim MULDER, Wageningen University, Biobased Products Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS Co-author: R. van Ree, Wageningen UR - Food and Biobased Research, The Netherlands

3AO.3.2 BIO-CARBONIZATION PROCESS INTEGRATION FOR HIGH QUALITY ENERGY CARRIERS: CHARCOAL, BIOMETHANE, BIOCRUDE, AND BIOFERTILIZER Rajesh SHIVANAHALLI KEMPEGOWDA, SINTEF Energy Research, Thermal Energy Dpt., NORWAY

Co-authors: Ø. Skreiberg, K. Quang Tran, SINTEF Energy Research, Trondheim, Norway; P.V.P. Selvam, GPEC, Natal, Brazil

3AO.3.3 THERMO-CATALYTIC REFORMING (TCR®): A PLATFORM TECHNOLOGY TO CONTRIBUTE PRESENT ENERGY, ENVIRONMENTAL AND RESOURCE CHALLENGES Nils JÄGER, Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, Center for Energy Storage, GERMANY Co-authors: R. Conti, J. Neumann, A. Apfelbacher, R. Daschner, A. Hornung, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Germany

3AO.3.4 SCALING LARGE REGIONAL SUSTAINABILITY ANALYSIS TO LOCAL SCALE FOR DETAILED INVESTIGATION OF POPLAR FEEDSTOCK BIOREFINERIES IN THE US PACIFIC NORTHWEST Bryan JENKINS, University of California, Davis, Biological and Agricultural Engineering Dpt., USA

Co-authors: V. Bandaru, University of Maryland, College Park, Usa; N. Parker, Arizona State University, Tempe, Usa; Q. Hart, J. Medellin-Azuara, B. Yeo, Y. Li, J. Mertz, Y. Pei, S. Kaffka, University of California, Davis, Usa; E. Budsberg, J. Crawford, R. Gustafson, University of Washington, Seattle, Usa

3AO.3.5 ADVANCED BIOREFINERIES: PROCESS DESIGN, INTEGRATION AND SIMULATION AND SUSTAINABILITY ANALYSES Jhuma SADHUKHAN, University of Surrey, Centre for Environmental Strategy, UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: K.S. Ng, University of Surrey, Guildford, United Kingdom; E. Martinez-Hernandez, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS 4AV.1 Market deployment and sustainability issues of biomass production Room: Lounges

4AV.1.3 LAYERS OF DEPENDENCY OF RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES: THE CASE OF FOREST BIOMASS Mónica PINHEIRO, Direcção Geral de Energia e Geologia, DEIR Dpt., PORTUGAL

MONDAY PM

CHAIRPERSONS: Rocio DIAZ-CHAVEZ, Imperial College London, UNITED KINGDOM Maurizio COCCHI, ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, ITALY

Co-authors: L. Gil, C. Duarte, Direção Geral de Energia e Geologia, Lisbon, Portugal

4AV.1.4 CAN RESOURCE COMPETITION BE BENEFICIAL? A CASE STUDY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A CORN STOVER MARKET IN FLANDERS Anouk MERTENS, ILVO & Ghent University, Social Sciences Unit & Agricultural Economics Dpt., BELGIUM

Co-authors: J. Van Meensel, ILVO, Merelbeke, Belgium; L. Willem, University of Antwerp, Belgium; J. Buysse, Ghent University, Belgium

4AV.1.8 ED95 A VERIFIED CLIMATE EFFECTIVE ALTERNATIVE FOR DIESEL IN TRUCKS Jan LINDSTEDT, J Lindstedt Lindab, SWEDEN Co-author: L. Nordgren, SEKAB, Örnsköldsvik, Sweden

4AV.1.11 BIOMASS IN ROMANIA - FROM POTENTIAL TO LEGAL INCENTIVES AND FULL DEPLOYMENT Nicolae BADEA, Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Automation and Electrical Engineering Dpt., ROMANIA Co-author: G.V. Badea, BGV Energy Consultancy, Bucharest, Romania

4AV.1.12 CONTRIBUTION OF GLOBAL CO2 EMISSIONS PLEDGES TO BIOENERGY MARKET EXPANSION: A LONG-TERM ANALYSIS OF BIOENERGY TRADE USING TIAM-FR MODEL Seungwoo KANG, MINES ParisTech, Centre for Applied Mathematics, FRANCE Co-authors: S. Selosse, N. Maïzi, MINES ParisTech, PSL Research University, Sophia Antipolis Cedex, France

4AV.1.14 DRIVERS AND BARRIERS TO ADOPTION OF AVIATION BIOFUELS: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY ANALYSIS Rebecca MAWHOOD, Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy, UNITED KINGDOM

Co-authors: E. Gazis, R. Slade, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom; S. de Jong, R. Hoefnagels, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 4AV.1.15 MARKET INVENTORY OF THE BIOENERGY CONSUMPTION IN EUROPE DEMAND ANALYSIS OF WOOD PELLETS FOR HEATING AND ELECTRICITY Richard SIKKEMA, European Commission, DG JRC, Forest Resources and Climate, ITALY

MONDAY PM

Co-authors:M.K. Flinkman, Linnaeus University, Sweden; H. Spelter, USDA Forest Service, Washington, USA; R. Jonsson, European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy

4AV.1.17 FLEXIBLE FUEL COMBUSTION SYSTEMS, USING WASTE &/OR BIOMASS, FOR INDUSTRIAL STEAM GENERATION: SOUTH KOREAN MODELS IN ECONOMIC OPERATION AND FINANCING Michael PAIK, Lantern Advisory & Investments, KOREA Co-author: J.S. Lee, College of Engineering, Seoul National University, Korea

4AV.1.19 DEVELOPMENT OF FOREST BIOMASS HARVESTING GUIDELINES BASED ON ASSESSING CHANGES IN SOIL NUTRIENT STATUS Joop SPIJKER, Alterra Wageningen UR, Team Nature & Society, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: W. de Vries, L.T.C. Bonten, J.J. de Jong, R.J. Bijlsma, S.P.J. van Delft, Alterra, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands; J. van den Briel, Probos, The Netherlands

4AV.1.25 AN APPROACH TO UNIFY THE APPRAISAL FRAMEWORK FOR BIOREFINERY SYSTEMS AND FIRST CUTS TO ITS APPLICATION Kay SUWELACK, Fraunhofer INT, GERMANY Co-author: D. Wüst, Hohenheim University, Stuttgart, Germany

4AV.1.29 LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT: THE FUNCTIONAL UNIT AND AVOIDED EMISSIONS EFFECT Georgios-Archimidis TSALIDIS, Delft University of Technology, Process and Energy, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: G. Gkranas, O. Yakaboylu, G. Korevaar, W. de Jong, Technical University of Delft, The Netherlands; J. Harinck, Gensos, The Netherlands

4AV.1.30 INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT OF SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF TRANSPORT FUELS - THE POTENTIAL AND POLICY RELEVANCE OF LIFE CYCLE SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT Julia HANSSON, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Climate & Sustainable Cities, SWEDEN Co-author: E. Ekener-Petersen, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

4AV.1.31 MODELLING AND ASSESSMENT OF ALGAE CULTIVATION FOR LARGE SCALE BIOFUEL PRODUCTION - SUSTAINABILITY AND ASPECTS OF UPSCALING OF ALGAE BIOREFINERIES Gerfried JUNGMEIER, Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft, Institute for Water, Energy and Environment, AUSTRIA Co-author: M. Hingsamer, Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft, Graz, AUSTRIA

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:15 EU support for bioenergy demonstration projects: current state and developments

Detailed information on “EU support for bioenergy demonstration projects: current state and developments“ is presented in the section Parallel Events on p. 144

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15:00 - 18:30 International Cooperation for Sustainable Biomass and Bioenergy Detailed information on “International Cooperation for Sustainable Biomass and Bioenergy“ is presented in the section Parallel Events on p. 146

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15:15 - 16:45 ORAL SESSION 1AO.4 Exploitation of additional biomass resources Room: Auditorium

CHAIRPERSONS: Nicolae SCARLAT, European Commission, DG JRC, ITALY Benoit GABRIELLE, AgroParisTech - INRA, FRANCE 1AO.4.1 SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY POTENTIAL OF HERBACEOUS ENERGY CROPS AS A RESULT OF PASTURELAND PRODUCTIVITY DEVELOPMENTS IN EUROPE Jan Peter LESSCHEN, Alterra Wageningen UR, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: I.N. Kluts, B. Wicke, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht, The Netherlands

1AO.4.2 BIOMASS FOR ENERGY IN MULTI-PURPOSE FORESTS IN MEDITERRANEAN AREAS: HOW TO ESTIMATE? Emanuela MELIS, University of Cagliari, Interdepartmental Center of Engineering and Environmental Sciences, ITALY Co-authors: P.F. Orrù, University of Cagliari, Italy; C. Pilo, M. Puxeddu, Ente Foreste della Sardegna, Cagliari, Italy

1AO.4.3 BIOMASS RESOURCES FROM LANDSCAPE CONSERVATION AND MAINTENANCE WORKS. THE BOTTOM-UP SPATIALLY EXPLICIT POTENTIALS IN FOUR EUROPEAN REGIONS Daniel GARCÍA-GALINDO, CIRCE Foundation, Natural Resources Dpt., SPAIN

Co-authors: M. Gómez-Palmero, CIRCE Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain; J. Zurková, SYNCOM, Ganderkesee, Germany; A. Clalüna, COALS, Oldenburg, Germany; J. Dolezal, CZ-BIOM, Prague, Czech Republic; F. De Filippi, SOGESCA, Rubano, Italy; M. Bergmann, FNR, Germany

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 1AO.4.4 BURNING FOR THE UNLOVED WOOD: LOW-QUALITY WOOD AS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR BIOENERGY MOBILISATION Evelyne THIFFAULT, Laval University, Wood and Forest Science, CANADA

MONDAY PM

Co-authors: A. Achim, C. Durocher, M. Béland, J. Barrette, Laval University, Québec, Canada; M. Marinova, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Montréal, Canada; W. Mabee, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada

1AO.4.5 RENEWABLES LANDBANK: ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL OF SCOTTISH NONAGRICULTURAL LAND FOR SUSTAINABLE BIOENERGY PRODUCTION Philip MELLOR, University of Strathclyde, Civil and Environmental Engineering Dpt., UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: R. Lord, E. Joao, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom; R. Thomas, WSP/ Parsons Brinckerhoff, Bristol, United Kingdom; A. Hursthouse, University of the West of Scotland, Paisley, United Kingdom

15:15 - 16:45 ORAL SESSION 2AO.5 Operational aspects, emissions and CHP technologies Room: G102

CHAIRPERSONS: Markku PAANANEN, JAMK University of Applied Sciences, FINLAND Michael BECIDAN, SINTEF Energy Research, NORWAY 2AO.5.1 OPERATIONAL MAPPING OF A GRATE FIRED BIOMASS COMBUSTION PLANT FOR IMPROVED PROCESS CONTROL Roger KHALIL, SINTEF Energy Research, Thermal Energy Dpt., NORWAY Co-authors: A.M. Malik, X.K. Ku, T.L. Løvås, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Trondheim, Norway; Ø.S. Skreiberg, M.B. Becidan, SINTEF Energy Research, Trondheim, Norway; M.F. Fossum, Statkraft Varme AS, Trondheim, Norway

2AO.5.2 FUEL-STAGED CO-COMBUSTION OF HIGH-ALKALI OIL PALM RESIDUES IN A FLUIDIZED-BED COMBUSTOR USING MIXTURES OF ALUMINA AND SILICA SAND TO PREVENT BED AGGLOMERATION Vladimir KUPRIANOV, Thammasat University, Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology, THAILAND Co-authors: P. Ninduangdee, P. Suheri, SIIT, Thammasat University, Pathum Thami, Thailand

2AO.5.3 BENZO(A)PYRENE EMISSION IN THE FLUE GAS FROM MODERN BIOMASS BOILERS Franziska MEIER, Bioenergy 2020+, Biomass Combustion Systems Dpt., AUSTRIA

Co-authors: M. Schwabl, I. Sedlmayer, C. Schmidl, W. Haslinger, Bioenergy 2020+, Wieselburg-Land, Austria; M. Kistler, Technical University Vienna, Austria

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 2AO.5.4 DEVELOPMENT AND DEMONSTRATION OF AN ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATOR, WHICH IS OPTIMALLY ADAPTED TO A BIOMASS BOILER Hanns-Rudolf PAUR, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute for Technical Chemistry, GERMANY

2AO.5.5 COMBINED HEAT AND POWER GENERATION FROM SOLID BIOMASS DERIVED BIOLIQUIDS AND SYNGAS Andreas APFELBACHER, Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, Renewable Energy Dpt., GERMANY

MONDAY PM

Co-authors: A. Bologa, Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany; M. Ecker, HDG Bavaria, Massing, Germany; H.P. Rheinheimer, CCA-Carola Clean Air, EggensteinLeopoldshafen, GERMANY

Co-authors: J. Neumann, N. Jäger, R. Conti, R. Daschner, A. Hornung, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, SulzbachRosenberg, Germany

15:15 - 16:45 ORAL SESSION 3AO.6 Biorefinery processing Room: G103 CHAIRPERSONS: Maria GEORGIADOU, European Commission, DG Research, BELGIUM Bryan JENKINS, University of California, Davis, USA 3AO.6.1 THE IMPORTANCE OF CONVERTING LIGNIN TO BIOCOMMODITIES WHEN AIMING AT SECOND GENERATION ETHANOL PRODUCTION FROM LIGNOCELLULOSIC RESIDUES Jean-Michel LAVOIE, Université de Sherbrooke, Chemical Engineering Dpt., CANADA Co-authors: F. Gambier, F. Lemoine, K. Louis, T. Roncin, Université de Sherbrooke, Canada

3AO.6.2 MICROALGAE AS SOURCE FOR NEW DRUGS INTO A BIOREFINERY SCHEME Matteo PRUSSI, University of Florence, RE-CORD, ITALY Co-authors: D. Casini, D. Chiaramonti, RE-CORD/UNIFI, Florence, Italy

3AO.6.3 DEVELOPMENT OF SEAWEED BIOREFINERIES FOR FUELS AND CHEMICALS Wouter HUIJGEN, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Biomass & Energy Efficiency Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: J.W. Dijkstra, A. Wortel, J.W. Van Hal, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Petten, The Netherlands

3AO.6.4 DEVELOPMENT OF IONIC LIQUID TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE INTEGRATION OF PRE-TREATMENT, FRACTIONATION, EXTRACTION, HYDROLYSIS AND CONVERSION OF BIOMASS IN THE FRAME OF THE BIOREFINERY CONCEPT Andre M. DA COSTA LOPES, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Departamento de Química, PORTUGAL

Co-authors: S.P. Magalhães da Silva, A.V. Carvalho, M. Brenner, L.B. Roseiro, R. Bogel-Lukasik, National Laboratory for Energy and Geology, Lisbon, Portugal

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 3AO.6.5 TECHNO-ECOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE COMMERCIAL PRODUCTIONO OF 1,3-PROPANEDIOL AND N-BUTANOL FROM GLYCEROL VIA FERMENTATIVE PROCESSES Stephanie HAUSCHILD, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Biorefineries Dpt., GERMANY

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Co-author: K. Meisel, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany

15:15 - 16:45 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS 4AV.2 Environmental effects of biomass Room: Lounges

CHAIRPERSONS: Jacopo GIUNTOLI , European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport, THE NETHERLANDS Patricia THORNLEY, SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub, UNITED KINGDOM 4AV.2.4 THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF ELECTROFUELS IN COMPARISON TO BIOFUELS AND OTHER ALTERNATIVE FUELS FOR TRANSPORT IN A LOW CARBON FUTURE Maria GRAHN, Chalmers University of Technology, Energy & Environment Dpt., SWEDEN Co-authors: S. Brynolf, M. Taljegård, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden; J. Hansson, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Stockholm, Sweden

4AV.2.5 BIOFUELS AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES Julia HANSSON, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Climate & Sustainable Cities, SWEDEN

Co-authors: K. Hansen, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Stockholm, Sweden; D. Maia De Souza, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden

4AV.2.6 USE OF PV SOLAR PANELS FOR IRRIGATION IN SORGHUM BICOLOR CULTIVATION. HOW CAN SOLAR ENERGY HELP TO REDUCE CARBON FOOTPRINT OF ENERGY CROPS? Carmen LAGO RODRÍGUEZ, CIEMAT, Energy Dpt., SPAIN Co-authors: I. Herrera, M.J. Blanco, Y. Lechón, CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain

4AV.2.7 SHORT-TERM EFFECTS OF WOOD ASH RETURN TO FOREST Nicholas CLARKE, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, NORWAY

Co-authors: K.H. Hanssen, J.F. Nordbakken, T. Økland, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Ås, Norway; K. Wasak, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 4AV.2.8 OLD VERSUS NEW WOOD STOVE TECHNOLOGY FOR DOMESTIC HEATING IN NORWAY: ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS AND COSTS Francesco CHERUBINI, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Energy and Process Engineering Dpt., NORWAY

4AV.2.9 EXPLORING LUC IMPACTS OF INCREASING AGRICULTURAL AND BIOFUELS PRODUCTION IN BRAZIL USING THE PLUC LAND USE MODEL Floor VAN DER HILST, Utrecht University, Energy & Resources, Copernicus Institute, THE NETHERLANDS

MONDAY PM

Co-authors: T. Grytli, G. Guest, C. Lausselet, A.H. Strømman, Norwegian University of Science & Technology, Trondheim, Norway; P.K. Rørstad, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway; H. Belbo, R. Astrup, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Ås, Norway; Ø. Skreiberg, M. Seljeskog, F. Goile, SINTEF Energy Research, Trondheim, Norway

Co-authors: A.C. Koberle, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; J.A. Verstegen, D. Karssenberg, Utrecht University, THE NETHERLANDS

4AV.2.10 PRUNINGS: ENERGY PRODUCTION OR MULCHING? ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF ALMOND PRUNINGS USE. Daniel GARCÍA-GALINDO, CIRCE Foundation, Natural Resources Dpt., SPAIN

Co-authors: J. den Boer, A. Dyjakon, P. Bukowski, E. den Boer, WrocBaw Univ. of Environmental & Life Sciences, WrocBaw, Poland; M. Gómez, F. Sebastián, CIRCE Foundation, Zaragoza, SPAIN; S. Germer, Leibniz-Institut für Agrartechnik Potsdam-Bornim, Potsdam, Germany; W.-A. Bischoff, Gutachterbüro TerrAquat, Nürtingen, Germany

4AV.2.11 POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS (PAHS) ASSOCIATED TO PARTICULATE MATTER IN COMBUSTION OF RESIDUAL BIOMASS Elena BORJABAD, CIEMAT, Energy, SPAIN

Co-authors: R. Ramos, R. Escalada, A. Pascual, CIEMAT, Lubia, Spain; S. Garcia, D. Sanz, E. Rojas, J. Rodriguez-Maroto, CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain; G. Aragon, I. Ibarra, I. Mugica, C. Gutierrez-Canas, UPVEHU, Bilbao, Spain; I. Celades, Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica, Castellón, Spain; V. Sanfelix, S. Gomar, R. Moliner, Instituto de Tecnología Cerámica - AICE., Castellón, Spain

4AV.2.14 LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT OF BIOMETHANE PRODUCTION VIA A NATIONWIDE SYSTEMS OF GASIFICATION AND METHANATION FOR IRELAND. Rory F. D. MONAGHAN, National University of Ireland, Galway, Mechanical Engineering Dpt., IRELAND Co-authors: A. Singlitico, J. Goggins, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland

4AV.2.15 DECENTRALIZED USE OF TORREFIED PELLETS IN SOUTH-SAVO REGION OF FINLAND: ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMICAL ASSESSMENT Raghu KC, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Laboratory of Bioenergy, FINLAND

Co-authors: J. Föhr, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Mikkeli,, Finland; T. Ranta, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Mikkeli, Finland

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 4AV.2.16 CONDITIONING OF RESIDUES FROM ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF MUNICIPAL ORGANIC WASTE WITH REGARD TO ITS USE AS SOIL AMENDMENT Christine KNOOP, Brandenburg University of Technology, Geopedology and Landscape Development, GERMANY

MONDAY PM

Co-authors: N. Dietrich, M. Heinrich, T. Raab, Brandenburg University of Technology, Cottbus, Germany; D. Dornack, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

4AV.2.17 AN ECONOMIC CASE FOR CROPLAND DIVERSIFICATION THROUGH SUBFIELD PROFITABILITY ANALYSIS Elke BRANDES, Iowa State University, Agronomy Dpt., USA

Co-authors: G.S. McNunn, L.A. Schulte-Moore, E.A. Heaton, Iowa State University, Ames, Usa; I. J. Bonner, Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, IA, Usa; D.J. Muth, AgSolver, Inc., Ames, Usa

4AV.2.18 COMPARISON OF ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC APPROACH TO THE PRUNING UTILIZATION WITHIN THE EUROPRUNING PROJECT Daniel GARCÍA-GALINDO, CIRCE Foundation, Natural Resources Dpt., SPAIN Co-authors: P. Bukowski, J. den Boer, A. Dyjakon, University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Wroclaw, Poland; G. Gebresenbet, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden; S. Germer, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering, Potsdam, Germany

4AV.2.24 REAL DRIVING EMISSIONS OF VEGETABLE OIL FUELLED TRACTORS Klaus THUNEKE, Technology and Support Centre of Renewable Raw Materials, Biogenic Fuels, Lubricants and Process Materials, GERMANY Co-author: G. Huber, Technologie- und Förderzentrum, Straubing, Germany

4AV.2.25 BIOMETHANE FUELLED TRACTOR - OPERATION EXPERIENCES AND EMISSION BEHAVIOUR Klaus THUNEKE, Technology and Support Centre of Renewable Raw Materials, Biogenic Fuels, Lubricants and Process Materials, GERMANY Co-author: S. Mautner, Technologie- und Förderzentrum, Straubing, Germany

4AV.2.27 ASSESSMENT OF UTILIZATION POTENTIAL OF BIOMASS COMBUSTION FLY ASH IN POLAND Elzbieta JAROSZ-KRZEMINSKA, AGH University of Science and Technology, Geology, Geophysics and Environmental Protection Dpt., POLAND Co-authors: E. Jarosz-KrzemiDska, AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland; J. Poluszynska, Institute of Ceramics and Building Materials, Opole, Poland

4AV.2.28 A TIERED DECISION FRAMEWORK FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF SAFE AND SUSTAINABLE BIOBASED CHEMICALS AND PRODUCTS Evelyn HEUGENS, RIVM, Centre for Safety of Substances and Products, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: M.L.M. Broeren, L. Shen, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; L. Posthuma, S. Waaijers, M. Zijp, RIVM, Bilthoven, The Netherlands

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 4AV.2.31 MITIGATING INDIRECT LAND USE CHANGE FROM EU BIOFUEL DEMAND: SCENARIO ANALYSIS OF REGIONAL GOVERNANCE Karoline WOWRA, TU Darmstadt, Institute IWAR, GERMANY

4AV.2.32 AN INTEGRATED SPATIAL-ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT OF BIOECONOMY VALUE CHAINS Jean-Philippe AURAMBOUT, European Commission , DG JRC, ITALY 4AV.2.33 ASSESSMENT OF SITE-SPECIFIC ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF BIOENERGY AND BIO-BASED PRODUCTS FROM PERENNIAL GRASSES CULTIVATED ON MARGINAL LAND IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION Ana Luisa FERNANDO, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Ciências e Tecnologia Biomassa Dpt., PORTUGAL

MONDAY PM

Co-authors: L Schebek, B. Pieprzyk, J. Mizgajski, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany; R. Schaldach, F. Wimmer, University of Kassel, Germany; A. Wardell, Center for International Forestry Research, Bogor, Indonesia; D. Laborde, International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington D.C., Usa

4AV.2.37 CLIMATE IMPACTS OF BIOMETHANE FOR TRANSPORTATION Alessandro AGOSTINI, ENEA-Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and the Environment, ITALY

Co-authors: I. Giuntoli, S. Rocca, D. Baxter, European Commission, DG JRC, Petten, THE NETHERLANDS; L. Marelli, European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, ITALY

4AV.2.39 FOREST CARBON BALANCE ASSESSMENT OF WOOD PELLET PRODUCTION IN THE SOUTHERN UNITED STATES Anna DUDEN, Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: F. van der Hilst, P.A. Verweij, H.M. Junginger, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; R.C. Abt, J.D. Henderson, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, Usa; V. Dale, Environmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Usa; K.L. Kline, Environmental Sciences Division, Oak Ridge National Laborator, Oak Ridge, Usa

4AV.2.40 LIGNOCELLULOSIC ETHANOL FROM RICE STRAW: CLIMATE IMPACTS AND GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS FROM A MEDIUM-SIZE COMMERCIAL-SCALE PLANT Claudia BULGHERONI, European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport, ITALY Co-authors: J. Giuntoli, L. Marelli, E. Lugato, European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy; S. Bosco, E. Bonari, N. Nassi o Di Nasso, Scuola Superiore S.Anna, Pisa, Italy; D. Chiaramonti, R. Nistri, RECORD/ CREAR, Universita’ di Firenze, Firenze, Italy

4AV.2.41 LAND USE AND BIOETHANOL PRODUCTION IN BRAZIL: A BRAZILIAN AND GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE Edward SMEETS, LEI Wageningen UR, International Policy Division, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: L. Harfuch, ICONE, M. Moreira, L. Bachion, A. Nassar, ICONE, Sao Paulo, Brazil; G. Woltjer, LEI Wageningen UR, The Hague, The Netherlands

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 17:00 - 18:30 ORAL SESSION 1AO.7 Municipal and industrial waste: present to future processing

MONDAY PM

Room: Auditorium

CHAIRPERSONS: Silvia MALTAGLIATI, ARPAT-Environmental Protection Agency of Tuscany, seconded at the European Commission DG Research, BELGIUM Peter KUIKMAN, Alterra Wageningen UR, THE NETHERLANDS 1AO.7.1 TECHNO-ECONOMIC COMPARISON OF BIOWASTE TREATMENT: HYDROTHERMAL CARBONIZATION, ANAEROBIC WASTE FERMENTATION AND COMPOSTING Stephan SEIDELT, European Institute For Energy Research, Bio- & Geothermal Energy Dpt., GERMANY Co-author: R. Bolduan, EIFER, Karlsruhe, Germany

1AO.7.2 CO-DIGESTION OF FOOD WASTE WITH CHEMICALLY ENHANCED PRIMARY TREATED SLUDGE FOR BIOGAS AND VOLATILE ORGANIC ACID PRODUCTION Jonathan WONG, Hong Kong Baptist University, Sino-Forest Applied Research Centre for Pearl River Delta Environment, HONG KONG Co-authors: O.P.K. Karthikeyan, A Selvam, C. DEBKUMAR, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

1AO.7.3 FUEL PRODUCTION FROM SEWAGE SLUDGE USING TORWASH FOR HIGHLY EFFICIENT DEWATERING AND SALT REMOVAL Jan PELS, Energy Research Center of the Netherlands, Biomass and Energy Efficiency Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: H. Kuipers, Waterboard Zuiderzeeland, Lelystad, The Netherlands; A.H.H. Janssen, M.C. Carbo, Energy Research Center of the Netherlands, Petten, The Netherlands

1AO.7.4 LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT AND COSTS OF THE NORWEGIAN WASTE-TOENERGY SECTOR: CURRENT SITUATION AND FUTURE PERSPECTIVES Carine LAUSSELET, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Energy and Process Engineering Dpt., NORWAY Co-authors: F. Cherubini, A.H. Strømman, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; G. del Alamo Serrano, M. Becidan, SINTEF Energy Research, Trondheim, Norway; P.K. Rørstad, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway

1AO.7.5 THE EFFECT OF DILUTE ALKALINE-AUTOCLAVING PRETREATMENT IN ENHANCING THE BIODEGRADABILITY OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC GARDEN WASTE Gerianne ROBLES, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, School of Civil, Enviro & Chemical Engineering Dpt., AUSTRALIA

Co-authors: M. Othman, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia; I. Horvath, University of Borås, Sweden

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 17:00 - 18:30 ORAL SESSION 2AO.8 Biomass combustion in large utilities Room: G102

2AO.8.1 CFD SIMULATION OF INDUSTRIAL-SIZE BIOMASS FURNACE Tian LI, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Energy and Process Engineering Dpt., NORWAY

MONDAY PM

CHAIRPERSONS: Juan Esteban CARRASCO, CIEMAT, SPAIN Lasse ROSENDAHL, Aalborg University, DENMARK

Co-authors: X. Ku, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, P.R. China; T. Løvås, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway

2AO.8.2 NUMERICAL SIMULATION AND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF SLAGGING IN BIOMASS COMBUSTION Thomas PLANKENBÜHLER, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen, Chair of Energy Process Engineering, GERMANY Co-authors: D. Müller, J. Karl, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen, Nuremberg, Germany

2AO.8.3 IN-FLAME CHARACTERIZATION OF A 30 MWTH BIO-DUST FLAME Joakim M. JOHANSEN, Technical University of Denmark, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, DENMARK

Co-authors: P.A. Jensen, P. Glarborg, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark; S. Clausen, A. Fateev, K.L. Nielsen, Technical University of Denmark, Roskilde, Denmark; J. Wadenbäck, HOFOR, København S, Denmark

2AO.8.4 CHARACTERIZING THE GRINDING BEHAVIOR OF PRE-TREATED BIOMASS FUELS FOR COAL PULVERIZER APPLICATION Collins NDIBE, Institute of Combustion and Power Plant Technology - IFK, Firing Systems Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: J. Maier, G. Scheffknecht, Institute of Combustion and Power Plant Technology, Stuttgart, Germany

2AO.8.5 ENVIRONMENTAL AND TECHNO-ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT OF OXY FUEL COMBUSTION Patricia THORNLEY, SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub, UNITED KINGDOM Co-author: T. Falano, Manchester University, United Kingdom

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 17:00 - 18:30 ORAL SESSION 5AO.9 Technologies and approaches for flexible bioenergy plant operation and utilisation of CO2 and H2

MONDAY PM

Room: G103

CHAIRPERSONS: Srinivasiah DASAPPA, Indian Institute of Science, INDIA Ali SAYIGH, WREC, UNITED KINGDOM 5AO.9.1 SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS? TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN FLEXIBLE POWER GENERATION AND HEAT COGENERATION AT AGRICULTURAL BIOGAS PLANTS Martin DOTZAUER, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, GERMANY

Co-authors: M. Lauer, J. Postel, J. Schneider, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany

5AO.9.2 THE PLACE OF BIO-ENERGY WITH CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE IN THE FUTURE ENERGY-CLIMATE REGIME: A LONG-TERM ANALYSIS WITH TIAM-FR Sandrine SELOSSE, MINES ParisTech, Centre for Applied Mathematics, FRANCE Co-author: N. Maizi, MINES ParisTech, Sophia Antipolis, France

5AO.9.3 EMBEDDING A WOOD PELLETS AND ETHANOL INDUSTRY IN THE EXISTING WOOD SECTOR IN THE SOUTHEASTERN USA. Jan Gerrit Geurt JONKER, Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: H.M. Junginger, F. Van der Hilst, University Utrecht, The Netherlands

5AO.9.4 STORAGE OF HYDROGEN FROM TCR® IN THE BIOBATTERY-CONCEPT Daniela DOMMEL, Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, New Materials Dpt., GERMANY Co-author: A. Hornung, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Germany

5AO.9.5 LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS AS FEEDSTOCK FOR ENERGY, FUELS, BIOBASED CHEMICALS AND MATERIALS IN EUROPE; AN INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT ON USING BIOMASS RESOURCES AMONG DIFFERENT DEMAND SECTORS Hamid MOZAFFARIAN, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Policy Studies, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: M. Mozaffarian, H.M. Londo, J. van Stralen, C.M. Kraan, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; A.M. Pantaleo, C. Panoutsou, Imperial College London, United Kingdom

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 17:00 - 18:30 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS 4AV.3 Opportunities and strategies for bioeconomy CHAIRPERSONS: Ruben GUISSON, VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, BELGIUM Werner ORTINGER, Bavarian Ministry of Agriculture & Forestry,GERMANY Birger KERCKOW, FNR - Agency for Renewable Resources, GERMANY Mirjam RÖDER, University of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM 4AV.3.1 GHG SAVINGS AND PRODUCTION COSTS OF FIRST AND SECOND GENERATION BIOFUELS Monica PADELLA, European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport, ITALY

MONDAY PM

Room: Lounges

Co-authors: A. Moro, R. Edwards, L. Marelli, European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy

4AV.3.2 LESSONS LEARNED FOR A SUSTAINABLE BIOECONOMY FROM COLLABORATION BETWEEN BOTTOM-UP TECHNICAL ASSESSMENTS, A TOPDOWN ECONOMIC MODEL AND AN INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT MODEL Birka WICKE, Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS 4AV.3.3 SWEET ENERGY - BIOENERGY PATHWAYS FROM SUGARCANE RESIDUES IN SOUTH AFRICA Mirjam RÖDER, University of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM

Co-authors: N. Stolz, TSB, Malalane, South Africa; P. Thornley, The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

4AV.3.4 WASTE REFINING RECOVERING RESOURCES FOR SUSTAINABLE BIO-BASED ECONOMY Jhuma SADHUKHAN, University of Surrey, Centre for Environmental Strategy, UNITED KINGDOM 4AV.3.5 A TOOL FOR MANAGEMENT OF FORESTS AND FOREST PRODUCTS IN A LIFE CYCLE PERSPECTIVE Ellen SOLDAL, Ostfold Research, NORWAY Co-authors: C. Valente, I.S. Modahl, O.J. Hanssen, Ostfold Research, Kråkerøy, Norway; E. Bergseng, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway

4AV.3.9 STUDENT AWARDEE ASSESSING RESOURCE EFFICIENCY GAINS AND GHG EMISSION REDUCTIONS OF CASCADING IN THE WOOD SECTOR Anna Liza BAIS, Alpen-Adria University, Institute of Social Ecology, AUSTRIA Co-authors: M. Vis, P. Reumerman, BTG Biomass Technology Group, Enschede, The Netherlands; R. Sikkema, European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 4AV.3.10 SOCIO-ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF BIOFUEL EXPANSION ON MICRO-REGIONAL LEVEL IN BRAZIL Marnix BRINKMAN, Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

MONDAY PM

Co-authors: M.P. Da Cunha, Unicamp, Campinas, Brazil; F. van der Hilst, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; A.P.C. Faaij, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

4AV.3.11 KNOWLEDGE CENTRE RENEWABLE ENERGY JOBS- A SNAPSHOT OF EMPLOYMENT IN THE BIOMASS SECTOR Nathalie RICHET, EUREC, BELGIUM Co-authors: P. Mazzucchelli, EUREC, Brussels, BELGIUM

4AV.3.13 CENBIO - ENABLING SUSTAINABLE AND COST-EFFICIENT BIOENERGY INDUSTRY IN NORWAY Line RYDSÅ, SINTEF Energy Research, Thermal Energy Dpt., NORWAY

Co-authors: A. Sevault, M. Bysveen, SINTEF Energy Research, Trondheim, Norway; O.J. Skjelhaugen, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway

4AV.3.15 SUSTAINABLE BIOENERGY SUPPLY STRATEGIES: UNCERTAINTIES, SYNERGIES AND TRADE-OFFS Edward SMEETS, LEI Wageningen UR, International Policy Division, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: J. Levin-Koopman, A. Tabeau, H. Van Meijl, LEI Wageningen UR, The Hague, THE NETHERLANDS

4AV.3.16 SOCIO-ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF SMALL ANAEROBIC DIGESTION SYSTEMS Stefano CAPACCIOLI, ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, Bioenergy Division, ITALY Co-authors: J.-B. Michel, HEIG-VD, Yverdon, Switzerland; J. Maguire, DOMMRS, Cork, Ireland; M. Aragno, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland; F.-R. Mahrer, DIGESTO, Puplinge, Switzerland; C. Uggè, ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, Italy; Valeria Magnolfi, Andrea Salimbeni, European Biomass Industry Association, Brussels, Belgium ; Aleksandar Ivancic, ADS Development, Barcelona, Spain

4AV.3.17 VALORISING SIDE STREAMS IN CIRCULAR ANIMAL FEED: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES Rommie VAN DER WEIDE, Wageningen UR/PPO-PRI, Applied Plant Research, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: W. van Dijk, M. van Krimpen, H. Elissen, Wageningen University, Lelystad, The Netherlands

4AV.3.19 BIOMASS OPPORTUNITIES IN IRON AND STEEL MAKING - CAN BIOMASS INCREASE THE COMPETITIVENESS OF THIS INDUSTRY? Hana MANDOVA, University of Leeds, School of Chemical and Process Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM

Co-authors: W. Gale, A. Williams, F. Muller, T. Cockerill, University of Leeds, Leeds, United Kingdom; A. Heyes, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom

4AV.3.20 MOBILISING RICE STRAW FOR BIOENERGY: THE EFFECTIVENESS OF POLICYMAKING AND IMPLEMENTATION IN ASIA Raphael SLADE, Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy, 42 UNITED KINGDOM Co-author: O. McLaughlin, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom


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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 4AV.3.21 BAVARIA’S BIOECONOMY STRATEGY Werner ORTINGER, Bavarian State Ministry of Food, Agricolture & Forestry, Renewable Natural Resources Dpt., GERMANY 4AV.3.22 BIOENERGY ROADMAP IN DANUBE REGION: ROLE OF EUROPEAN UNION 2020 STRATEGY Manjola BANJA, European Commission, DG JRC, Renewable and Energy Efficiency, ITALY Co-authors: F. Monforti-Ferrario, K. Bódis, European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy

MONDAY PM

Co-author: A. Kuebler, Bavarian State Ministry of Food, Agriculture, München, Germany

4AV.3.23 FACTORS BEHIND THE DEVELOPMENT OF FOREST CHIPS USE AND PRICE IN FINLAND Tapio RANTA, Lappeenranta University of Technology, School of Energy Systems, FINLAND Co-authors: A. Karhunen, M. Laihanen, Lappeenranta University of Tecnology, Finland

4AV.3.24 SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF BIOMASS PRODUCTION WITHIN ECOLOGICAL FOCUS AREAS IN ITALY Gianni FACCIOTTO CREA- Council for Agricultural Research & Economics, Produzioni legnose fuori foresta, ITALY Co-author: D. Coaloa, CREA - Consiglio per la ricerca in agricoltura, Casale Monferrato , ITALY

4AV.3.25 THE ROLE OF INSTITUTIONS ON THE EMERGENCE OF THE GERMAN BIODIESEL SUPPLY CHAIN: EXPLORING THE PATH DEPENDENCY AND POLICY INTERACTIONS Jorge Andres MONCADA-ESCUDERO, Delft University of Technology / Utrecht University, Energy & Industry, Energy & Resources, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: M. Junginger, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; Z. Lukszo, M. Weijnen, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; A. Faaij, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

4AV.3.26 SOCIO-TECHNICAL AND INSTITUTIONAL ISSUES AFFECTING FORESTDERIVED TRANSPORT BIOFUEL EMERGENCE IN SWEDEN Julia HANSSON, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Climate & Sustainable Cities, SWEDEN

Co-authors: P. Peck, Y. Voytenko, IIIEE, Lund University, Sweden; S. Grönkvist, T. Lönnqvist, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

4AV.3.30 BIOENERGY DEVELOPMENT IN NORTHWEST EUROPE - THE NETHERLANDS AS A CASE STUDY Ioannis DAFNOMILIS, Delft University of Technology, Maritime and Transport Technology, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: Y. Pratama, M. Junginger, R. Hoefnagels, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; D.L. Schott, G. Lodewijks, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 4AV.3.31 PROMOTING THE USE OF BIOMASS IN SMALL-SCALE ENERGY PRODUCTION IN RURAL AREAS Antti KARHUNEN, Lappeenranta University of Technology, LUT Energy, FINLAND

MONDAY PM

Co-authors: M. Laihanen, T. Ranta, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland

4AV.3.32 DEVELOPMENT IN UTILIZATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES IN THE REGION OF SOUTH-SAVO Mika LAIHANEN, Lappeenranta University of Technology, LUT Energy, FINLAND Co-authors: A. Karhunen, T. Ranta, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland

4AV.3.33 INCREASING SOCIAL AWARENESS AND ACCEPTANCE OF BIOGAS AND BIOMETHANE - ISAAC Enrico Giovanni FACCI, AzzeroCO2, Research and Development Dpt., ITALY

Co-authors: S. Drigo, I. Bientinesi, C. Rossi, AzzeroCO2, Rome, Italy; F. Petracchini, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Rome, Italy; B. Croce, Legambiente Onlus, Rome, Italy; S. Mannelli, Associazione Chimica Verde Bionet, Arezzo, Italy; L. Maggioni, CIB-Consorzio Nazionale Biogas e Gassificazione, Lodi, Italy

4AV.3.36 BIOGAS PLANNING IN DENMARK Cristina LANDT, Roskilde University, People and Technology Dpt., DENMARK Co-authors: R. Gaardsmand, T. Kjær, F. Goldbæk-Larsen, Roskilde University and Energycluster Zealand, Denmark

4AV.3.37 AGRICULTURAL PRUNING AS BIOMASS RESOURCE: GENERATION, POTENTIALS AND CURRENT FATES. AN APPROACH TO ITS STATE IN EUROPE Daniel GARCÍA-GALINDO, CIRCE Foundation, Natural Resources Dpt., SPAIN Co-authors: M. Gómez-Palmero, CIRCE Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain; S. Germer, ATB - LeibnizInstitute for Agricultural Engineering, Potsdam, Germany; L. Pari, V. Afano, CREA-ING- Unità di Ricerca per L’Ingegneria Agraria, Monterotondo, Italy; A. Dyjakon, Wroclaw University of Environment and Life Science, Wroclawa, Poland; J. Sagarna, S. Rivera, Spanish Agro-industry cooperatives, Madrid, Spain; C. Poutrin, Services Coop de France, Paris, France

4AV.3.41 INNOVATION PRIORITIES IN BRAZIL´S BIOENERGY SECTOR: AN INTEGRATED MODELLING ASSESSMENT Joana PORTUGAL PEREIRA, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Energy Planning Program, BRAZIL Co-authors: S. Hoffmann, A. Szklo, R. Schaeffer, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

4AV.3.43 INTEGRATED POLICIES FOR THE EFFICIENT USE OF INDIGENOUS EUROPEAN BIOMASS VALUE CHAINS Calliope PANOUTSOU, Imperial College London, UNITED KINGDOM

Co-authors: A. Singh, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom; L. Pelkmans, VITO, Mol, Belgium; B. Elbersen, Alterra, Wageningen, The Netherlands

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MONDAY, 6 JUNE 2016 4AV.3.45 CHARACTERISATION OF CORNCOB BIOCHAR AND PHYTOTOXIC EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT BIOCHAR TREATMENTS ON SEED GERMINATION OF CRESS (LEPIDIUM SATIVUM) Sajid LATIF, University of Hohenheim, Agricultural Engineering in the Tropics and Subtropics, GERMANY

4AV.3.46 INNOVATIVE INDICATOR FOR FINDING OPTIMAL BIOMASS STRATEGIC POLICIES Mihail HANZU, Romanian National Forest Research Institute, Forest Biometrics Dpt., ROMANIA

19:00 - 20:00

MONDAY PM

Co-authors: K. Intani, Universität Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Thailand; J. Müller, Universität Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany

WELCOME RECEPTION

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 Programme Outline 10:00 10:15

1BO.1 T1.2

TUESDAY AM

15:00 15:15 16:45 17:00

3BO.3 T3.5

5BO.4 T5.2

2BV.1 T2.1/2.2/ 2.3

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Plenary Session 1BP.1

10:55 11:35 12:30 13:30

2BO.2 T2.4

Plenary Session 2BP.2 Plenary Session 3BP.3 Lunch Break

1BO.5 T1.2

2BO.6 T2.4

3BO.7 T3.5

1BO.9 T1.2

2BO.10 T2.5

3BO.11 T3.7

4BO.13 T4.2

2BO.14 T2.5

3BO.15 T3.7

IBO.8 I6.5

5BV.2 T5.1/5.2

IBO.12 I6.2

3BV.3 T3.4/3.5

IBO.16 I6.1

1BV.4 T1.1/1.2/ 1.5

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18:30

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Biomass Resources T1.1 Biomass potentials and biomass mobilisation T1.2 Biomass feedstock, residues and by-products T1.5 Municipal and industrial wastes

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Biomass Conversion Technologies for Heating, Cooling and Electricity T2.1 Production and supply of solid biofuels T2.2 Biomass and bioliquids combustion for small and medium scale applications T2.3 Biomass combustion in large utilities T2.4 Gasification for power, CHP and polygeneration T2.5 Gasification for synthesis gas production T2.6 Anaerobic digestion for biogas production

3 Biomass Conversion Technologies for liquid and gaseous fuels, chemicals and materials T3.4 Biomethane T3.5 Bioethanol and sugar from lignocellulosic biomass T3.7 Production and application of biobased chemicals 4 Biomass Policies, Markets and Sustainability T4.2 Sustainability, certification and standards 5 Bioenergy in integrated energy systems T5.1 Integration of bioenergy with other renewable and conventional energy sources, combination of energetic and material use T5.2 Bioenergy and grid balancing

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 08:30 - 10:00 ORAL SESSION 1BO.1 Methods to determine and verify the biomass quality ROOM: Auditorium

CHAIRPERSONS: Tapio RANTA, Lappeenranta University of Technology, FINLAND Nikita PAVLENKO, International Council on Clean Transportation, USA

Co-authors: V.-P. Heiskanen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Jyväskylä, Finland; M. Kolström, UEF University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland; J. Routa, LUKE Natural Resources Institute Finland, Joensuu, Finland

1BO.1.2 FUEL QUALITY CHANGES DURING THE STORAGE OF WOOD CHIPS IN LARGE PILES Theresa MENDEL, Technology and Support Centre of Renewable Raw Materials, Solid Biofuels Dpt., GERMANY

TUESDAY AM

1BO.1.1 CREATING MOISTURE PREDICTION MODELS FOR SEASONED FUELWOOD Jyrki RAITILA, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Bioenergy Dpt., FINLAND

Co-authors: N. Hofmann, F. Schulmeyer, H. Borchert, Bavarian State Institute of Forestry, Freising, Germany; D. Kuptz, H. Hartmann, Technology and Support Centre, Straubing, Germany

1BO.1.3 RESPIROMETRIC TESTS AS A NEW APPROACH TO DETERMINE STORAGE LOSSES OF ENERGY WOOD Sabrina DUMFORT, MCI - Management Center Innsbruck, Process, Environmental and Energy Engineering Dpt., AUSTRIA Co-authors: M.B. Huber, Management Center Innsbruck, Innsbruck, Austria; C. Kirchmair, K. Floerl, Bioenergie Tirol Nahwaerme, Innsbruck, Austria; C. Larch, SYNECO-tec, Absam, Austria

1BO.1.4 OPEN-AIR STORAGE OF FINE AND COARSE WOOD CHIPS OF POPLAR FROM SHORT ROTATION COPPICE Ralf PECENKA, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering, Post Harvest Dpt., GERMANY

Co-authors: H. Lenz, C. Idler, ATB - Leibniz-Institute for Agricultural Engineering, Potsdam, Germany

1BO.1.5 A METHOD FOR DETERMINING MOISTURE CONTENT IN FROZEN AND NONFROZEN FOREST FUELS Eirik NORDHAGEN, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Forestry and Forest Resources Dpt., NORWAY

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 08:30 - 10:00 ORAL SESSION 2BO.2 Measurement and gas cleaning techniques for producer gas Room: G102

TUESDAY AM

CHAIRPERSONS: Wiebren DE JONG, Delft University of Technology, THE NETHERLANDS Berend VREUGDENHIL, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, THE NETHERLANDS 2BO.2.1 COMPARATIVE MEASUREMENTS OF TAR CONCENTRATIONS IN GASIFICATION SYSTEMS BETWEEN AN ONLINE METHOD AND THE TAR PROTOCOL Andreas GREDINGER, Institute of Combustion and Power Plant Technology - IFK, Decentralised Energy Conversion, GERMANY Co-authors: H. Dieter, G. Scheffknecht, Institute of Combustion and Plant Technology, Stuttgart, Germany

2BO.2.2 CONTINUOUS ON-LINE TAR MONITORING FOR PROCESS CONTROL Julian BORGMEYER, TU Berlin, Institute for Energy Technology, GERMANY Co-author: Y. Neubauer, TU Berlin, Germany

2BO.2.3 POSSIBLE UTILIZATION PATHWAYS OF CHAR FROM BIOMASS THERMOCHEMICAL CONVERSION: CHAR AS A CATALYTIC FILTERING MEDIUM FOR TAR CRACKING Junaid Ahmad FARIDI, Free University of Bolzano, Faculty of Science and Technology, ITALY

Co-authors: E. Cordioli, F. Patuzzi, D. Prando, M. Baratieri, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy; M.J. Castaldi, City College of New York, Usa

2BO.2.4 THE EFFECT OF PACKINGS ON THE SEPARATION OF SOLVENT AND CONDENSATE IN BIOMASS GASIFICATION PRODUCT GAS SCRUBBERS Robert BARDOLF, Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Chemical Engineering, AUSTRIA

Co-authors: K. Bosch, Energie Burgenland Biomasse, Heiligenkreuz i. L., Austria; R. Rauch, H. Hofbauer, TU Wien, Austria

2BO.2.5 APPLYING MODERN AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY ON SMALL SCALE GASIFICATION SYSTEMS FOR CHP PRODUCTION: A COMPACT HOT GAS FILTRATION SYSTEM Dimitris MERTZIS, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Laboratory of Applied Thermodynamics, GREECE

Co-authors: I. Kavvadas, G. Koufodimos, Z. Samaras, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 08:30 - 10:00 ORAL SESSION 3BO.3 Improvement in hydrolysis and fermentation Room: G103

3BO.3.1 BIOBUTANOL PRODUCTION BY IMMOBILIZED CLOSTRIDIUM BEIJERINCKII TISTR 1461 ONTO ACTIVATED CARBON Khemmarat SEETHAO, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Petroleum Technology Dpt., THAILAND Co-authors: A. Luengnaruemitcahi, T. Chaisuwan, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Bangkok, Thailand

3BO.3.2 BIOTHANOL PRODUCTION USING XYLOSE ASSIMILATING THERMOSENSITIVE SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE ISOLATED FROM DATE PALM JUICE IN BANGLADESH Ali Azam TALUKDER, Jahangirnagar University, Microbiology Dpt., BANGLADESH

TUESDAY AM

CHAIRPERSONS: Isabella DE BARI, ENEA Research Centre, ITALY Corneels SCHABORT, North-West University, SOUTH AFRICA

Co-authors: M. Yamada, Yamaguchi University, Japan; N. Lertwattanasakul, Kasetsart University, Bankok, Thailand

3BO.3.3 KINETICS OF TWO-PHASE ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS OF HEMICELLULOSE Saikat CHAKRABORTY, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, Chemical Engineering Dpt., INDIA Co-author: S.K. Dutta, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India

3BO.3.4 STUDENT AWARDEE PRODUCTION AND ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF FOOD-GRADE GLUCOSE SOLUTION FROM RICE STRAWS Chih-Heng WANG, National Taiwan University, Chemical Engineering Dpt., TAIWAN Co-authors: W.H. Chen, Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Taoyuan, Taiwan; J.T. Lai, Food Industry Research and Development Institute, Hsinchu, Taiwan; C.C. Hsu, B.Z. Wan, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

3BO.3.5 EVALUATION OF THE POTENTIAL OF CASSAVA STEMS FOR ETHANOL PRODUCTION Carlos MARTÍN MEDINA, Umeå University, Chemistry Dpt., SWEDEN

Co-authors: L.J. Jönsson, Umeå University, Sweden; S. Xiong, M. Wei, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå, Sweden

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 08:30 - 10:00 ORAL SESSION 5BO.4 Bioenergy and grid balancing Room: G104

TUESDAY AM

CHAIRPERSONS: Daniela THRÄN, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre / UFZ, GERMANY Jeffrey SKEER, IRENA-International Renewable Energy Agency 5BO.4.1 FLEXIBLE POWER SUPPLY WITH BIOGAS PLANTS AS A POWER GRID BALANCING OPTION -APPLICATION OF A PROACTIVE FEED-IN MANAGEMENT FOR DISTRIBUTION NETWORK OPERATORS Marcus TROMMLER, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Biochemical Conversion, GERMANY

Co-authors: M. Dotzauer, T. Barchmann, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany

5BO.4.2 BIOGAS INFRASTRUCTURES FROM FARM TO REGIONAL SCALE, LINE-PACK STORAGE IN BIOGAS GRIDS. Evert Jan HENGEVELD, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Hanze Research Centre Energy, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: J. Bekkering, W.J.T. Gemert van, Hanze UAS, Groningen, The Netherlands; A.A. Broekhuis, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

5BO.4.3 HIGH-TEMPERATURE STORAGE DEVICES FOR A CONTROLLABLE POWER OUTPUT FROM BIOMASS COMBUSTION PLANTS Matthias STARK, Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt, Institute of new Energy Systems, GERMANY

Co-authors: M. Sonnleitner, W. Zörner, Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt, Germany; R. Greenough, De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom

5BO.4.4 OPERATIONAL CHANGE OF A BIOMASS FIRED CHP FOR THE PROVISION OF BALANCING POWER - A TECHNICAL CASE STUDY Franz THEURETZBACHER, Fachhochschule Wiener Neustadt, AUSTRIA Co-author: J. Jungwirth, University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt, Wieselburg, Austria

5BO.4.5 CONCEPTS FOR OPTIMISED ELECTRICITY PRODUCTION VIA BIOGAS PLANTS Katharina BÄR, Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt, Institut of New Energy Systems, GERMANY Co-authors: G. Häring, M. Hüneke, M. Sonnleitner, W. Zörner, Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt, Germany

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 08:30 - 10:00 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS 2BV.1 Characterization methods and process conditions for biomass combustion systems Room: Lounges

2BV.1.1 COMPARISON OF SAMPLING TECHNIQUES FOR SAMPLING EMISSIONS FROM WOODY BIOFUELS Katarina RUPAR-GADD, Linnaeus University, Built Environment and Energy Technology Dpt., SWEDEN

TUESDAY AM

CHAIRPERSONS: Lasse ROSENDAHL, Aalborg University, Energy Technology Dpt., DENMARK Juan Esteban CARRASCO, CIEMAT, Renewable Energies Dpt., SPAIN Ingwald OBERNBERGER, Bios Bioenergiesysteme, AUSTRIA Markku PAANANEN, JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Dynamic Bioenergy, Cluster Manager, FINLAND

Co-author: C. Parsland, Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden

2BV.1.4 NEW INDEXES FOR THE CONTAMINATION OF WOOD CHIPS WITH MINERAL SOIL Daniel KUPTZ, Technology and Support Centre of Renewable Raw Materials, Solid Biofuels Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: E. Dietz, U. Blum, F. Schulmeyer, H. Borchert, Bavarian State Institute of Forestry, Freising, Germany; H. Hartmann, Technology and Support Center, Straubing, Germany

2BV.1.5 COMPARISON OF RAPID MOISTURE CONTENT DETERMINATION METHODS FOR WOOD CHIPS Theresa MENDEL, Technology and Support Centre of Renewable Raw Materials, Solid Biofuels Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: A. Überreiter, D. Kuptz, H. Hartmann, Technology and Support Centre, Straubing, Germany

2BV.1.10 FEASIBILITY STUDY OF BURNING NEAT JATROPHA OIL INTO A VAPORIZING BURNER FOR HOUSEHOLD APPLICATIONS. Kevin SARTOR, University of Liege, BELGIUM Co-authors: D. Makaire, P. Ngendakumana, University of Liege, Belgium; J.-M. Fontaine, Socomef, Liege, Belgium

2BV.1.11 STANDING LOSSES VIA CHIMNEY WHEN USING LOG WOOD STOVES Hans HARTMANN, Technology and Support Centre of Renewable Raw Materials, Solid Biofuels Dpt., GERMANY Co-author: R. Mack, TFZ - Technology and Support Centre, Straubing, Germany

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 2BV.1.13 COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS AS AN EFFICIENT DESIGN TOOL FOR WOOD STOVES Øyvind SKREIBERG, SINTEF Energy Research, Thermal Energy Dpt., NORWAY

Co-authors: M. Bugge, M. Seljeskog, N.E.L. Haugen, SINTEF Energy Research, Trondheim, Norway; I. Haberle, L. Georges, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway

2BV.1.14 EMISSION REDUCTION OF FIREWOOD ROOMHEATERS BY OPTIMIZATION OF OPERATING CONDITIONS AND CATALYST INTEGRATION Gabriel REICHERT, Bioenergy 2020+, Small Scale Combustion Systems Dpt., AUSTRIA

TUESDAY AM

Co-authors: H. Stressler, C. Schmidl, R. Sturmlechner, W. Haslinger, Bioenergy 2020+, WieselburgLand, Austria

2BV.1.18 DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTROSTATIC PRECIPITATORS FOR SMALL BIOMASSFIRED BOILERS Erik Fløjgaard KRISTENSEN, Aarhus University, Engineering Dpt., DENMARK Co-authors: J.K. Kristensen, Aarhus University, Tjele, Denmark; M. Speiermann, Magnussen & Speiermann, Hvidovre, Denmark; N. Linnemann, Reka Maskinfabrik, Aars, Denmark

2BV.1.22 STATISTICAL MODEL TO REPRODUCE THE COMBUSTION BEHAVIOR OF DOMESTIC-SCALE WOOD PELLETS BURNERS Leteng LIN, Linnaeus University, Built Environment and Energy Technology Dpt., SWEDEN Co-author: B. Zethaeus, Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden

2BV.1.24 DETERMINATION OF THE COMBUSTION BEHAVIOUR OF 2ND GENERATION BIOMASS FUELS Stefan RETSCHITZEGGER, Bioenergy 2020+, AUSTRIA

Co-authors: J. Kelz, Bioenergy 2020+, Graz, Austria; M. Hitzl, Ingelia, Valencia, Spain; V. Francescato, AIEL - Italian Agroforestry Energy Association, Legnaro, Italy; C. Hochenauer, Institute of Thermal Engineering, Graz University, Austria

2BV.1.26 STUDY OF GENISTA CINERASCENS CLEARINGS AS FUEL IN BIOMASS BOILERS Raquel BADOS, CIEMAT-CEDER, Energía Dpt., SPAIN Co-authors: I. Mediavilla, E. Borjabad, R. Ramos, M.J. Fernández, L.S. Esteban, CEDER-CIEMAT, Lubia, Spain; J.E. Carrasco, CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain

2BV.1.28 DEVELOPMENT OF COMBUSTION CONCEPT FOR BIOMASS PELLET DRIVEN STIRLING ENGINE Rosemarie SCHNETZINGER, Bioenergy 2020+, Biomass Combustion Systems Dpt., AUSTRIA Co-authors: St. Aigenbauer, Ch. Mair, E. Höftberger, Ch. Schmidl, W. Haslinger, Bioenergy 2020+, Wieselburg-Land, Austria

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 2BV.1.29 INVESTIGATION OF THE PERFORMANCES OF INNOVATIVE BIOMASS-FIRED ORC SYSTEMS FOR MICRO-SCALE COMBINED HEAT AND POWER (CHP) GENERATION. A POSSIBLE APPLICATION IN CALABRIA REGION Angelo ALGIERI, University of Calabria, Mechanical, Energy and Management Engineering Dpt., ITALY Co-author: P. Morrone, University of Calabria, Arcavacata di Rende, Italy

Co-authors: E.K. Vakkilainen, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lappeenranta, Finland; F. Azalin Jr., Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil

2BV.1.33 COMBUSTION OF PYROLYSIS OIL BLENDS WITH DIESEL FUEL IN A MICRO GAS TURBINE Artur POZARLIK, University of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS

TUESDAY AM

2BV.1.30 TECHNICAL AND ECONOMICAL TECHNOLOGY COMPARISON FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ELECTRICITY PRODUCTION FROM BIOMASS Mariana MACHADO DE OLIVEIRA CARVALHO, Lappeenranta University of Technology, LUT School of Energy, FINLAND

2BV.1.34 EMISSION CONTROL AND PERFORMANCE CALIBRATION FOR BIOETHANOL BASED FUEL COMBUSTION IN SPARK IGNITION ENGINES UNDER IDLE AND LOW LOAD CONDITIONS Sathaporn CHUEPENG, Kasetsart University, Mechanical Engineering Dpt., THAILAND Co-author: C. Komintarachat, Kasetsart University, Chonburi, Thailand

2BV.1.35 DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF BIOMASS THERMAL SOYA MILK COOKER AND EXTRACTOR Tilahun WORKNEH, University of KwaZulu Natal, Bioresources Engineering Dpt., SOUTH AFRICA Co-authors: N. Rebecca, X. Zukile, M. Siphiwe, A. Senzanje, University of KwaZulu Natal, Pietermartizburg, South Africa

2BV.1.36 ENERGY EFFICIENCY, ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS AND COST-EFFICIENCY OF SMALL-SCALE BIOCARBON CONVERSION APPLICATIONS - VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS Rajesh SHIVANAHALLI KEMPEGOWDA, SINTEF Energy Research, Thermal Energy Dpt., NORWAY

Co-authors: Ø. Skreiberg, L. Wang, SINTEF Energy Research, Trondheim, Norway; Z. Barta, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary

2BV.1.40 CHARACTERISATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF BIOMASS ASH IN DEPENDENCY OF COMBUSTION CONDITIONS Stefan RETSCHITZEGGER, Bioenergy 2020+, AUSTRIA Co-author: N. Kienzl, Bioenergy 2020+, Graz, Austria

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 2BV.1.41 FOULING AND AGGLOMERATION POTENTIAL OF 25 GRASS SAMPLES FROM NATURAL AREAS IN THE NETHERLANDS Wolter ELBERSEN, Wageningen UR, Food and Biobased Products, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: H.W. Elbersen, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands; R.R. Bakker, HAS University of Applied Sciences, Den Bosch, The Netherlands

2BV.1.42 SIMULTANEOUS THERMAL ANALYSIS (STA) AS A METHOD FOR PREDICTION OF BIOMASS ASH THERMAL AND MELTING BEHAVIOR Liang WANG, SINTEF Energy Research, Thermal Energy Dpt., NORWAY

TUESDAY AM

Co-authors: J. Dibdiakova, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Ås, Norway; H. Horn, Norwegian Institute of Wood Technology, Oslo, Norway

2BV.1.43 DEVELOPMENT OF A TEST PROCEDURE TO REFLECT THE REAL LIFE OPERATION OF PELLET STOVES Heike OEHLER, Technology and Support Centre of Renewable Raw Materials, Solid Biofuels Dpt., GERMANY

Co-authors: R. Mack, H. Hartmann, TFZ - Technology and Support Centre, Straubing, Germany; M. Wöhler, University of Applied Forestry Sciences, Rottenburg, Germany; C. Schmidl, G. Reichert, Bioenergy 2020+, Wieselburg, Austria

2BV.1.44 BIOLIQUID CO-FIRING IN 400 MWE OIL-FIRED POWER PLANT WITH WALLFIRING CONFIGURATION Changkook RYU, Sungkyunkwan University, School of Mechanical Engineering, KOREA

Co-authors: J.-K. Park, S. Park, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, Korea; S.H. Baek, Y.J. Kim, H.Y. Park, KEPCO Research Institute, Daejeon, Korea

2BV.1.47 CHARACTERIZATION OF SUNFLOWER HUSK FOULING PROPENSITY IN A DROP TUBE FURNACE: COMPARISON OF DEPOSITS WITH H3PO4, CACO3, KAOLIN AND HALLOYSITE ADDITIVES Lucio DE FUSCO, Université Catholique de Louvain, Institute of Mechanics, Materials and Civil Engineering Dpt., BELGIUM

Co-authors: J. Blondeau, Laborelec GDF SUEZ, Linkbeek, Belgium; H. Jeanmart, Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium; F. Contino, Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium

2BV.1.49 ADHESION STRENGTH OF BIOMASS ASH DEPOSITS Yashasvi LAXMINARAYAN, Technical University of Denmark, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Dpt., DENMARK

Co-authors: P. A. Jensen, H. Wu, F.J. Frandsen, P. Glarborg, Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark; M. Bøjer, DONG Energy, Gentofte, Denmark

2BV.1.50 ENTRAINED FLOW REACTOR STUDY OF KCL CAPTURE BY SOLID ADDITIVES Guoliang WANG, Technical University of Denmark, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Dpt., DENMARK Co-authors: P. Jensen, H. Wu, F. Frandsen, P. Glarborg, Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark; M. Bøjer, B. Sander, DONG Energy, Gentofte, Denmark

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 2BV.1.51 PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF SUGARCANE STRAW ASHES Diego Luis FRANCO-JÁCOME, State University of Campinas - UNICAMP, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, BRAZIL Co-author: W. Bizzo, State University of Campinas - UNICAMP, Brazil

2BV.1.53 INVESTIGATIONS OF IGNITION BEHAVIOUR OF BIOMASS PARTICLES IN A DOWN-FIRE REACTOR Jun LI, University of Strathclyde, Chemical and Process Engineering Dpt., UNITED KINGDOM

2BV.1.56 EVALUATION OF COMMON REEDS POTENTIAL FOR HEAT PRODUCTION: A CASE STUDY IN CALDARO LAKE (ITALY) Francesco PATUZZI, Free University of Bolzano, Faculty of Science and Technology, ITALY

TUESDAY AM

Co-authors: M. Paul, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom; K. Czajka, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland

Co-authors: M. Martinelli, D. Prando, M. Baratieri, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy; M. Stauder, TIS Innovation Park, Bolzano, Italy

2BV.1.57 A NOVEL FLASH STEAM CYCLE FOR POWER PRODUCTION BY USING LOW TEMPERATURE WASTE HEAT FROM INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES OR BIOMASS HEATING PLANTS Jürgen KRAIL, Forschung Burgenland, AUSTRIA

Co-authors: G. Beckmann, Bureau for Mechanical and Energy Engineering, Vienna, Austria; R. Krotil, University of Applied Sciences Burgenland, Pinkafeld, Austria; D. Rixrath, Forschung Burgenland, Pinkafeld, Austria

2BV.1.59 LONG TERM CORROSION MEASUREMENTS DURING INJECTION OF AMMONIUM SULPHATE IN A BIOMASS FIRED BFB BOILER Håkan KASSMAN, Vattenfall, Research & Development Dpt., SWEDEN

Co-authors: Å. Astervik, M. Mattsson, A. Stålenheim, Vattenfall, Älvkarleby, Sweden; P. Henderson, Vattenfall, Stockholm, Sweden

2BV.1.60 FLUE GAS CHEMISTRY OF NO AND KCL DURING INJECTION OF AMMONIUM SULPHATE - AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION IN A BIOMASS FIRED BFB BOILER Håkan KASSMAN, Vattenfall, Research & Development Dpt., SWEDEN Co-authors: C. Forsberg, C. Skoglund, Vattenfall, Jordbro, Sweden

2BV.1.62 ENERGY PRODUCTION BY BIOCOAL PELLETS IN BOILERS OF SMALL SCALE Jarno FÖHR, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Laboratory of Bioenergy, FINLAND Co-authors: H. Soininen, Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences, Mikkeli, Finland; T. Ranta, J.-P. Lemponen, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Mikkeli, Finland

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 2BV.1.64 OPERATION ECONOMY OF CHP PLANTS WITH HIGH BIOMASS SHARES Jyrki RAITILA, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Bioenergy Dpt., FINLAND Co-authors: J. Kärki, M. Hurskainen, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Jyvaskyla, Finland

2BV.1.67 ADVANCED CHARACTERIZATION OF NON-CONVENTIONAL BIOMASS (FROM EMERGING MARKETS) IN A FIXED-BED REACTOR Joan RIBAS CRUELLS, LSole, SPAIN

TUESDAY AM

Co-authors: A. Rezeau, M. Díaz, S. Sala, CIRCE Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain; J. Royo, University of Zaragoza, Spain; A. Masot, L.Solé, Mataró, Spain

2BV.1.72 EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF TWO STAGED WOOD-CHIP COMBUSTION IN A SMALL-SCALE BOILER AND DEVELOPMENT OF A FAST SOLVING NUMERICAL SIMULATION APPROACH Markus BUCHMAYR, Graz University of Technology, Institute of Thermal Engineering, AUSTRIA Co-authors: M. Hargassner, J. Gruber, Hargassner GmbH, Weng, Austria; C. Hochenauer, Graz University of Technology, Austria

2BV.1.73 BIOMASS CO-FIRING WITH FUEL/AIR STAGING FOR NOX EMISSION REDUCTION IN A 560MWE-SCALE TANGENTIAL-FIRING BOILER Kieseop KANG, Sungkyunkwan University, Engineering Building 1, REPUBLIC OF KOREA

Co-authors: J. Oh, J. Yang, C.Ryu, SUNGKYUNKWAN UNIVERSITY, Suwon, Republic of Korea; W.Yang, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Cheonan, Republic of Korea

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10:15 - 10:55 PLENARY SESSION 1BP.1 Biomass resources Room: Auditorium

CHAIRPERSONS: Raphael SLADE, Imperial College London, UNITED KINGDOM Jean-Francois DALLEMAND (Reserve), European Commission, DG JRC, ITALY 1BP.1.1 Keynote presentation FOREST BIOMASS FOR EXPORT FROM THE U.S. SOUTHEAST TO THE EU: PROJECTING SUSTAINABLE POTENTIAL AND COST-SUPPLY CURVES THROUGH 2030 Kevin FINGERMAN, Humboldt State University, Environmental Science and Management, USA

Co-authors: U. Fritsche, L. Iriarte, IINAS, Darmstadt, Germany; G. Nabuurs, I. Staritsky, B. Elbersen, Alterra/Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands; L. Visser, M. Junginger, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 1BP.1.2 FIBRE CROPS AS SUSTAINABLE BIOMASS RESOURCE FOR BIOBASED PRODUCTS AND BIOENERGY IN EUROPE AND CHINA Efthymia ALEXOPOULOU, Center for Renewable Energy Sources, Biomass Dpt., GREECE

10:55 - 11:35 PLENARY SESSION 2BP.2 Small and large scale thermal conversion processes of biomass and waste Room: Auditorium

TUESDAY AM

Co-authors: X. Heping, IBFC, Changsha, P.R. China; A. Monti, University of Bologna, Italy; L. Pari, CRAING, Rrome, Italy; L. Trindade, UW, Wageningen, The Netherlands; S. Bertucelli, INTERCHANVRE, Paris, France; A.L. Fernando, FCT UNL, Lisbon, Portugal; K. Heller, INF MP, Poznan, Poland; S Jankauskiene, LRCAF, UPYTE, Lithuania; S.L. Cosentino, UNICT, Catania, Italy; K. Niemela, VTT, Helsinki, Finland; S. Borgna, APRE, Rome, Italy; S. Amaducci, J. Van Dam, DLO, Wageningen, The Netherlands; M. Reinders, HEMPFLAX, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; S. Piotrowski, Nova, Koln, Germany

CHAIRPERSON: David CHIARAMONTI, University of Florence, RE-CORD, ITALY 2BP.2.1 Keynote presentation DEMONSTRATION OF A NEW ULTRA-LOW EMISSION PELLET AND WOOD CHIP SMALL-SCALE BOILER TECHNOLOGY Ingwald OBERNBERGER, Bios Bioenergiesysteme, AUSTRIA

Co-authors: C. Mandl, Bios Bioenergiesysteme, Graz, Austria; J. Brandt, Windhager Zentralheizung Technik GmbH, Seekirchen, Austria

2BP.2.2 OPERATING EXPERIENCES OF LARGE SCALE CFB-GASIFICATION PLANTS FOR THE SUBSTITUTION OF FOSSIL FUELS Markus BOLHÀR-NORDENKAMPF, Valmet, Central Eastern Europe, AUSTRIA

11:35 - 12:35 PLENARY SESSION 3BP.3 Thermochemical pathways for advanced biofuels Room: Auditorium

CHAIRPERSON: Marco BARATIERI, Free University of Bolzano, ITALY 3BP.3.1 Keynote presentation TECHNICAL INNOVATIONS TO SUPPORT COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT OF PYROLYSIS REFINERIES Robert BROWN, Iowa State University, Bioeconomy Institute, USA Co-authors: M. Rover, M. Wright, R. Smith, J. Euken, Iowa State University, Ames, Usa

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 3BP.3.2 PRODUCTION OF BIOMETHANE/SYNTHETIC NATURAL GAS (SNG) FROM DRY BIOMASS - A TECHNOLOGY REVIEW 2016 Serge BIOLLAZ, PSI - Paul Scherrer Institut, Thermal Processes & Combustion, SWITZERLAND Co-authors: T.J. Schildhauer, Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen PSI, Switzerland; J. Held, Renewable Energy Technology International, Lund, Sweden; R. Seiser, University of California San Diego, La Jolla, Usa

3BP.3.3 HYDROTHERMAL LIGNIN LIQUEFACTION Julia SCHULER, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Catalysis Research and Technology, GERMANY

TUESDAY AM

Co-authors: A. Kruse, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany; U. Hornung, J. Sauer, Karlsruher Institute of Technology, Institute of Catalysis Research and Technology, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 ORAL SESSION 1BO.5 Biomass feedstocks for sustainable energy use Room: Auditorium

1BO.5.1 PRODUCTIVITY OF 3 NEW POPLAR CLONES GROWN IN A SRC WITH 5 YEARS HARVESTING CYCLE Gianni FACCIOTTO, CREA- Council for Agricultural Research & Economics, Produzioni legnose fuori foresta, ITALY Co-author: S. Bergante, CRA - PLF, Casale Monferrato, Italy

1BO.5.2 ECOLODGE- ALKALINE PEROXIDE PRETREATMENT OF SUNN HEMP LIGNOCELLULOSE BIOMASS FOR EFFICIENT PRODUCTION OF BUTYL BUTYRATE Sudeshna SAHA, Jadavpur University, Chemical Engineering Dpt., INDIA

TUESDAY PM

CHAIRPERSONS: Luigi PARI, CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, ITALY Jean-Francois DALLEMAND, European Commission, DG JRC, ITALY

Co-authors: S. Baksi, U. Sarkar, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India; H. A. Preisig, C. Birgen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; B. Wittgens, A. Wentzel, S. Markussen, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Trondheim, Norway

1BO.5.3 INVESTIGATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF BIOCHAR AND CHARSUPPROTED METALLIC CATALYSTS DURING BIOMASS GASIFICATION TAR CRACKING IN A MICROWAVE FURNACE Guanyi CHEN, Tianjin University, Center for Bioenergy and Environment, P.R. CHINA Co-authors: B. Yan, J. Li, J. Yao, Tianjin University, P.R. China

1BO.5.4 ENZYME SYNERGISM: A POWERFUL TOOL FOR DECREASING ENZYME LOADING FOR EFFICIENT BIOMASS CONVERSION Brett PLETSCHKE, Rhodes University, Biochemistry and Microbiology Dpt., SOUTH AFRICA 1BO.5.5 MODELING THE PRODUCTION OF SHORT-ROTATION EUCALYPTUS SPECIES FOR BIOMASS IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES Kevin HALL, North Carolina State University, Forestry and Environmental Resources, USA

Co-authors: H. Ferraco Scolforo, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, Usa; J. Stape, Suzano, Sao Paulo, Brazil

1BO.5.6 LONG TERM MEASUREMENT OF LEAF AREA INDEX AND RADIATION USE EFFICIENCY IN SHORT ROTATION COPPICE POPLAR CULTURE AND CEREAL CROPS Abhishek Mani TRIPATHI, Global Change Research Institute, CZECH REPUBLIC

Co-authors: E. Pohankova, M. Orsรกg, C. P.G. Torres, R. Pokorny, M. Trnka, M.V. Marek, Global Change Research Center, Brno, Czech Republic; M. Fischer, North Carolina State University, North Carolina, USA

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 ORAL SESSION 2BO.6 Performance of various gasification reactors and prime movers Room: G102 CHAIRPERSONS: Wolter PRINS, University of Ghent, BELGIUM Serge BIOLLAZ, PSI - Paul Scherrer Institut, SWITZERLAND

TUESDAY PM

2BO.6.1 INVESTIGATIONS OF THE DUAL FLUIDIZED BED STEAM GASIFICATION PROCESS BY MEANS OF COMPUTATIONAL PARTICLE FLUID DYNAMICS Stephan KRAFT, Bioenergy 2020+, AUSTRIA Co-authors: F. Kirnbauer, Bioenergy2020+, Vienna, Austria; H. Hofbauer, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

2BO.6.2 OXYGEN-BLOWN ENTRAINED FLOW GASIFICATION OF BIOMASS - RESULTS FROM A 100 KW TEST RIG Michael KREMLING, Technical University of Munich, Institute for Energy Systems, GERMANY Co-authors: L. Briesemeister, S. Fendt, TU München, Garching, Germany; M. Gaderer, TU München, Straubing, Germany; H. Spliethoff, TU München, ZAE Bayern, Garching, Germany

2BO.6.3 TAR FREE ENTRAINED FLOW GASIFICATION OF COAL AND BIOMASS USING AN ULTRA-SUPERHEATED STEAM FLAME Thomas LAKEY, University of Sheffield, Chemical and Biological Engineering Dpt., UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: V.N. Sharifi, J. Swithenbank, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

2BO.6.4 EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF OLIVE TREE PRUNING GASIFICATION IN A BENCH-SCALE FLUIDIZED BED Susanna NILSSON, University of Seville, Chemical and Environmental Engineering Dpt., SPAIN Co-authors: A. Gómez-Barea, I. Pardo Arias, D. Fuentes Cano, University of Seville, Spain; G. PinnaHernández, Advanced Technological Centre for Renewable Energy, Almería, Spain

2BO.6.5 IMPROVED PERFORMANCES OF UPDRAFT GASIFICATION AT PILOT PLANT BY TORREFACTION PRETREATMENT OF WOOD Nadia CERONE, ENEA Research Centre, Technical Unit for Trisaia Technologies, ITALY Co-authors: F. Zimbardi, O. Carnevale, A. Villone, V. Valerio, ENEA, Rotondella, Italy; M. Prestipino, University of Messina, Italy; E.G. Kýyýkcý, Gebze Technical University, Gebze Kocaeli, Turkey

2BO.6.6 RELEASE OF K, CL AND S IN GASIFICATION OF BIOMASS Weigang LIN, Technical University of Denmark, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Dpt., DENMARK

Co-authors: M.W. Nordby, K. Dam-Johansen, P.A. Jensen, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 ORAL SESSION 3BO.7 Production improvements in cellulosic ethanol Room: G103

CHAIRPERSONS: Jan LINDSTEDT, J Lindstedt Lindab, SWEDEN Birgitte ROENNOW, Terranol, DENMARK

Co-authors: G. Almeida, F. Ducept, D. Flick, Agroparistech, Massy, France; H. Ben Naceur, INRA, Massy, France

3BO.7.2 THE MECHANISM RESEARCH OF CELLULOSE HYDROGENOLYSIS IN SUBCRITICAL WATER Oleg MANAENKOV, Tver Technical University, Biotechnology and Chemistry Dpt., RUSSIAN FEDERATION

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3BO.7.1 EFFECT OF PRETREATMENT PARAMETERS ON THE SIZE AND MORPHOLOGY OF THE LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS PARTICLES Ziad YOUSSEF, INRA/Agroparistech, UMR Genial - Process Engineering Dpt., FRANCE

Co-authors: A. Filatova, V. Doluda, O. Kislitza, V. Matveeva, Tver Technical University, Russian Federation

3BO.7.3 DEMONSTRATION OF AN EFFICIENT BIOMASS TO SUGARS TRANSFORMATION PROCESS BY ULTRAFAST REACTORS IN SUPERCRITICAL WATER Nerea ABAD FERNANDEZ, University of Valladolid, SPAIN Co-authors: C.M. Martínez, J. García-Serna, M.J. Cocero, N. Abad Ferna, University of Valladolid, Spain; D.A. Cantero, Cornell University, Usa

3BO.7.4 INTENSIFICATION OF HEMP SHIVES HYDROLYSIS BY COMBINED STEAMEXPLOSION TOWARD VACUUM AND ALKALI OR DILUTE-ACID SPRAYING PRETREATMENT. Imane SEMHAOUI, University of La Rochelle, LaSIE - Chemical Engineering Dpt., FRANCE Co-authors: I. Zarguili, J. Toyir, M. Nawdali, University Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Taza, Morocco; S.A. Rezzoug, T. Maugard, J.M.Q. Zhao, Z. Maache-Rezzoug, University of La Rochelle, France

3BO.7.5 IONIC LIQUID BASED ARTIFICIAL CELLULASE TYPE CATALYSTS FOR CELLULOSIC ETHANOL PROCESS Ananda S. AMARASEKARA, Prairie View A&M University, Chemistry Dpt., USA

Co-authors: O.S. Owereh, P. Shanbhag, B. Wiredu, Prairie View A&M University, Prairie View, Usa

3BO.7.6 IMPROVEMENT OF ACID HYDROLYSIS AND FERMENTATION WITH PICHIA STIPITIS OF OLIVE PRUNING BIOMASS BY DEACETYLATION PROCESS Sebastián SÁNCHEZ VILLASCLARAS, University of Jaén, Chemical Engineering, Environmental and Materials Dpt., SPAIN Co-authors: A.J. Moya, S. Peinado, S. Mateo, S. Sánchez, University of Jaén, Spain

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 ORAL SESSION IBO.8 Sustainability of bioenergy and biofuel projects Room: G104

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CHAIRPERSONS: Sari MANNONEN, UPM Biofuels, FINLAND Andreas UIHLEIN, European Commission, DG JRC, THE NETHERLANDS IBO.8.1 IMPLEMENTING STRATEGIES OF BIOREFINERIES IN THE BIOECONOMY USING A LIFE CYCLE SUSTAINABILITY APPROACH DEVELOPED IN IEA BIOENERGY TASK 42 “BIOREFINING” Gerfried JUNGMEIER, Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft, Institute for Water, Energy and Environment, AUSTRIA Co-authors: R. van Ree, WUR, Wageningen, The Netherlands; E. de Jong, Avantium Chemicals, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; H. Stichnother, vTI, Braunschweig, Germany; I. de Bari, ENEA, Rome, Italy; H. Joergensen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark; M. Wellisch, Agricultural and Rural Development Canada, Edmonton, Canada; M. Clancy, Sustainable Energy Authority Ireland, Dublin, Ireland; G. Bell, Microbiogen Ldt, Sidney, Australia; J. Spaeth, US DOE, Washington, Usa; K. Torr, SCION, Auckland, New Zealand; S. Kimura, NEDO, Tokio, Japan

IBO.8.2 SUSTAINABILITY CERTIFICATION OF DEFORESTATION-FREE AND TRACEABLE SUPPLY CHAINS FOR BIO-REFINERY PRODUCTS Norbert SCHMITZ, ISCC System, GERMANY Co-author: E. Novelli, International Sustainability and Carbon Certification, Cologne, Germany

IBO.8.3 SME ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE SOLID BIOMASS SECTOR: FIRST RESULTS OF THE - SECURECHAIN - PROJECT (HORIZON2020) Pol ARRANZ-PIERA, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Institut de Sostenibilitat, SPAIN Co-authors: F. Horta, E. Velo, Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain; U. Kies, Wald-Zentrum, Muenster, Germany; P. Reumerman, BTG Biomass Technology Group BV, Enschede, The Netherlands; I. Fallas, CLUBE Cluster of Bioenergy and Environment, Kozani, Greece; G. Obersteiner, BOKU Universitaet Fuer Bodenkultur, Vienna, Austria IBO.8.4 A ROADMAP TOWARDS A SELF-SUSTAINING NETWORK OF RENEWABLE JET FUEL SUPPLY CHAINS IN EUROPE Sierk DE JONG, Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: R. Hoefnagels, I. Tsiropoulos, M. Junginger, Utrecht University - Copernicus Institute, The Netherlands; M. Londo, J. van Stralen, Energy Research Center of the Netherlands, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; A. Faaij, Energy and Sustainability Research Institute, Groningen, The Netherlands; R. Slade, E. Gazis, Imperial College - Centre for Environmental Policy, London, United Kingdom

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 IBO.8.5 HYDROFACTION: RENEWABLE FUEL OILS FROM STEEPER ENERGY’S HTL TECHNOLOGY - GAME CHANGING SCALE AND ECONOMICS TO POWER AND DECARBONIZE THE TRANSPORT SECTO RPerry TOMS, Steeper Energy, CANADA Co-author: S. Iversen, Steeper Energy, Copenhagen, Denmark

IBO.8.6 CELLULOSIC ETHANOL: COMMERCIALIZATION AND APPLICATION IN BIOFUELS AND BIOCHEMICALS Paolo CORVO, Clariant, Biofuels & Derivatives, GERMANY

13:30 - 15:00 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS 5BV.2 Integration of bioenergy with other renewable and conventional energies Room: Lounges

TUESDAY PM

Co-authors: T. Anschütz, M. Rarbach, C. Heikaus, Clariant, Planegg, Germany

CHAIRPERSONS: David BAXTER, European Commission, DG JRC, THE NETHERLANDS Daniela THRÄN, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre / UFZ, DBFZ: Bioenergiesysteme / UFZ: Bioenergie, GERMANY 5BV.2.5 UTILIZATION OF BIOGAS TO PROVIDE PROCESS HEAT FOR INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING PROCESSES Ahmad AL-HALBOUNI, Gas- und Wärme-Institut, R&D Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: A. Giese, K. Görner, Gas- und Wärme-Institut Essen, Essen, Germany

5BV.2.7 DETERMINING THE POTENTIAL OF BIOGENIC CALCIUM- AND CARBON-RICH RESIDUES AS SUBSTITUTES IN THE ELCTRIC STEELMAKING Anna KALDE, RWTH Aachen University, IOB Industrial Furnaces and Heat Engineering, GERMANY Co-authors: T. Willms, T. Demus, T. Echterhof, H. Pfeifer, RWTH Aachen, Germany

5BV.2.8 STUDY AND ASSESSMENT OF THE POWER GENERATION FROM BIOENERGY OF SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANTS Akira TSUZUKI, Polytechnic School at University of São Paulo, Energy Group of the Electric Energy, BRAZIL

Co-authors: M.E. Morales Udaeta, G.A.S. Medeiros, L.C.R. Galvao, Polytechnic School at University of São Paulo, Brazil

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 5BV.2.9 SMALL, MODULAR AND RENEWABLE DISTRICT HEATING & COOLING GRIDS FOR COMMUNITIES IN SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE Dominik RUTZ, WIP - Renewable Energies, Biomass Unit, GERMANY

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Co-authors: R. Janssen, WIP Renewable Energies, München, Germany; M. Hofmeister, P.A. Soerensen, PlanEnergi, Skørping, DENMARK; C. Doczekal, R. Zweiler, Güssing Energy Technologies, Austria; R. Sunko, B. Sunko, Skupina fabrika, Ljutomer, Slovenia Republic; N. Markovska, M. Karanfilovska, SDEWES- Skopje, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia; N. Rajkovic, I. Batas Bjelic, School of El. Engineering and Computer Science, Belgrade, Republic of Serbia; A. Kazagic,A. Ademovic-Tahirovic, Elektroprivreda, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; S. Jerotic, Municipality of Sabac, Bosnia and Herzegovina; E. Fejzovic, M. Mataradzija, Municipality of Visoko, BBosnia and Herzegovina; T. Zrinski, Municipality of Ljutomer, Slovenia Republic

5BV.2.12 ASSESSING THE FUTURE OF THE BRAZILIAN BIOBASED ECONOMY: IMPACTS ON THE ENERGY SYSTEM Tjerk LAP, University of Groningen, Institute for Energy & Environmental Sciences, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: A. Koberle, L. Nogueira, A. Szklo, R. Schaeffer, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; F. van der Hilst, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands; A. Faaij, Energy Academy Europe, Groningen, The Netherlands

5BV.2.14 BOOSTING CARBON CONVERSION OF BTL-PLANTS WITH HYDROGEN FROM SURPLUS RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY Tim SCHULZKE, Fraunhofer Institut UMSICHT, Biorefinery and Biofuels Dpt., GERMANY Co-author: C. Unger, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Oberhausen, Germany

5BV.2.16 CHARCOAL SLURRIES: A POTENTIAL FUEL TO PREVENT INTERMITTENT SUPPLY OF ELECTRICITY IN RURAL DEVELOPING COMMUNITIES James HAMMERTON, University of Leeds, School of Chemical and Process Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM 5BV.2.17 VIRTUAL INDUSTRIAL PLANT - BIOMASS AND WIND BASED POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMS Torsten BIRTH, Fraunhofer Institute IFF, Process and Plant Engineering, GERMANY Co-authors: M. Scheffler, F. Mewes, Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation, Magdeburg, Germany

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 15:15 - 16:45 ORAL SESSION 1BO.9 Mobilization of biomass for energy use Room: Auditorium CHAIRPERSONS: Ralf PECENKA, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering, GERMANY Myrsini CHRISTOU, Center for Renewable Energy Sources, GREECE

Co-authors: D. García-Galindo, E. López, CIRCE Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain; G. Gebresenbet, R. Jirjis, SLU- Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden; J. Kern, S. Germer, ATB - LeibnizInstitute for Agricultural Engineering Potsdam-Bornim, Germany; L. Pari, CREA-ING - Unità di Ricerca per L’Ingegneria Agraria, Italy; A. Dyjakon, WUELS - Wroclaw University of Environment and Life Sciences, Wroklaw, Poland; S. Hunkin, G!E - Greenovate! Europe, Brussels, Belgium; U. BundgaardJørgensen, G2G - Gate to growth, Lyngby, Denmark; J. Sagarna, Cooperativas Agroalimentarias España, Madrid, Spain; A. Lapeña, GRUYSER, Fraga, Spain; P. Frackowiak, PIMR - Industrial Institute of Agricultural Engineering, Poznan, Poland; D. Naldoni, ONG-SNC di Naldoni DOmenico &C, Ravena, Italy; W. Bischoff, Gutachterbüro TerrAquat, Nurtigen, Germany; S. Olsson, MOBITRON, Huskvarna, Sweden; L. Kleinert, Obstgut Marquardt, Madquart, Germany; J. Abadías, Federación Aragonesa de Cooperativas Agrarias, Zaragoza, Spain; X. Deval, Societè Cooperative Agricole et Vinicole Intercommunale Les Vignerons d’Unimedoc, Gaillan, France

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1BO.9.1 EUROPRUNING PROJECT: SUMMARY OF FINAL RESULTS Fernando SEBASTIAN NOGUES, CIRCE Foundation, Natural Resources and Biomass, SPAIN

1BO.9.2 SUCELLOG - TRIGGERING THE CREATION OF BIOMASS LOGISTIC CENTRES BY THE AGRO-INDUSTRY Ilze DZENE, WIP - Renewable Energies, Biomass Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: R. Janssen, C. Khawaja, WIP Renewable Energies, Munich, Germany; E. Lopez, D. Garcia, CIRCE Foundation, Spain; V. Naudy, RAGT, France; J. Sagarna, S. Rivera, Spanish Cooperatives, Spain; C. Poutrin, SCDF, France; E. Pietrantonio, DREAM, Italy; T. Solar, A. Kindler, K. Engelmann, Lk-Stmk, Austria

1BO.9.3 S2BIOM SURVEY OF LOGISTICAL CONCEPTS Bert ANNEVELINK, Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research, Biorefinery & Sustainable Value Chains Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

Co-author: E. Annevelink, Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research, Wageningen, The Netherlands

1BO.9.4 HARVESTING OF ALMOND (PRUNUS DULCIS MILL.) PRUNING IN SPAIN USING A NEW CHIPPER PROTOTYPE Alessandro SUARDI, CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Unità di ricerca per l’ingegneria agraria - CREA-ING, ITALY

Co-authors: L. Pari, A. Scarfone, A. Acampora, E. Santangelo, CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Monterotondo, Italy

1BO.9.5 CASCADING USE AND CLASSIFICATION OF USED WOOD TO ENERGY USE Eija ALAKANGAS, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Bioenergy and Biofuels Dpt., FINLAND Co-authors: K. Koponen, L. Sokka, Technical Research Centre of Finland VTT, Espoo, Finland; J. Keränen, Technical Research Centre of Finland VTT, Jyväskylä, Finland

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 15:15 - 16:45 ORAL SESSION 2BO.10 Gasification and ash chemistry Room: G102

CHAIRPERSONS: Sascha KERSTEN, University of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS Peter RAUCH, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, AUSTRIA

TUESDAY PM

2BO.10.1 BIOMASS ASH FLUIDIZED-BED AGGLOMERATION: HYDRODYNAMIC INVESTIGATIONS Gilles RATEL, CEA-TECH, LITEN/DTBH Dpt., FRANCE

Co-authors: M. Balland, K. Froment, S. Valin, J. Roussely, CEA, Grenoble, France; R. Michel, J. Poirier, CEMHTI, Orléans, France; Y. Kara, A. Galnares, ENGIE, Paris, France

2BO.10.2 RELEASE OF ALKALI AND ALKALINE EARTH METALLIC SPECIES DURING PYROLYSIS AND CO2 GASIFICATION OF RICE STRAW CHAR Haibo ZHAO, Tsinghua University, Thermal Engineering Dpt., P.R. CHINA Co-authors: Q. Song, X.Y. Wu, Q. Yao, Tsinghua University, Beijing, P.R. China

2BO.10.3 ALKALI CATALYZED GASIFICATION OF WOODY BIOMASS WITH THE POTENTIAL OF CATALYST RECOVERY Kawnish KIRTANIA, Lulea University of Technology, Division of Energy Engineering, SWEDEN

Co-authors: J. Axelsson, L. Matsakas, E. Furusjö, K. Umeki, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden

2BO.10.4 STEAM GASIFICATION OF WASTE BIOMASSES: ELEMENTAL BALANCES AND INFLUENCE OF ASH ACCUMULATION Daniel SCHWEITZER, Universität Stuttgart, Institute of Combustion and Power Plant Technol, Decentralised Energy Conversion Dpt., GERMANY 2BO.10.5 DIRECT AND STANDARD INJECTION OF SEWAGE SLUDGE IN A SUPERCRITICAL WATER GASIFICATION SYSTEM - OPTIMIZATION OF THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY USING PINCH ANALYSIS Riza YUKANANTO, University of Twente, Thermal Engineering / Energy Technology Group, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: E.A. Bramer, G. Brem, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 15:15 - 16:45 ORAL SESSION 3BO.11 Technologies for biomass conversion to biobased products Room: G103

3BO.11.1 NOVEL CATALYTIC ROUTE FROM AGRO-RESIDUES TO FURAN-2,5DICARBOXYLIC ACID Frits VAN DER KLIS, Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research, Food & Biobased Research, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: J. van Haveren, D.S. van Es, Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research, Wageningen, The Netherlands; J.H. Bitter, Wageningen UR Biobased Chemistry and Technology, Wageningen, The Netherlands

TUESDAY PM

CHAIRPERSONS: Solange MUSSATTO, Delft University of Technology, THE NETHERLANDS Tanja BARTH, Univerity of Bergen, NORWAY

3BO.11.2 MULTISTEP MILD PROCESS FOR PREPARATION OF NANOCELLULOSE FROM ORANGE BAGASSE Mayra MARINO, UNICAMP, Organic Chemistry Dpt., BRAZIL Co-authors: M. Mariño, L. Tasic, State University of Campinas, Brazil

3BO.11.3 HIGH YIELD PRODUCTION OF FURFURAL FROM SUGARCANE BAGASSE HEMICELLULOSE IN THE PHOSPHORIC ACID-TETRAHYDROFURAN (THF) SYSTEM UNDER MODERATE CONDITIONS Qiong WANG, Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, P.R. CHINA

Co-authors: X. Zhuang, W. Qi, X. Tan, Q. Yu, W. Wang, G. Zhou, Z. Yuan, Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, CAS, Guangzhou, P.R. China

3BO.11.4 OLIVE TREE PRUNING AS FEEDSTOCK FOR CO-PRODUCING ANTIOXIDANTS AND BIOETHANOL IN AN ADVANCED BIOREFINERY Arturo SANCHEZ, Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN, Biofuels Laboratory, MEXICO

Co-authors: J.M. Romero-García, J.C. Martínez-Patiño, E. Ruiz, E. Castro, Universidad de Jaén, Spain; G. Rendón-Acosta, G. Magaña, Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados, Zapopan, Mexico

3BO.11.5 EFFICIENT CONVERSION OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS INTO 5-ACETOXYMETHYLFURFURAL (AMF) AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO 5-HYDROXYMETHYLFURFURAL (HMF) Young Gyu KIM, Seoul National University, School of Chemical and Biological Engineering, KOREA

Co-authors: N. Shin, E.-S. Kang, B. Kim, Y. Lee, Seoul National University, Korea; J.K. Cho, B. Kim, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, ChoeonAn, Korea

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 15:15 - 16:45 ORAL SESSION IBO.12 An industrial approach on thermochemical conversion of biomass Room: G104

CHAIRPERSONS: Bert VAN DE BELD, BTG Biomass Technology Group, THE NETHERLANDS Andreas WEGER, Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, GERMANY

TUESDAY PM

IBO.12.1 POSSIBLE FUELS FOR USAGE IN THE SMALL SCALE DOWNDRAFT GASIFIER SYSTEM E3 Christian ZUBER, Highterm Research, AUSTRIA Co-authors: G. Binder, Highterm Research, Graz, Austria; S. Siddiqui, Entrade Energiesysteme, Düsseldorf, Germany; M. Husmann, TU Graz, Austria

IBO.12.2 COMMERCIAL SCALE GASIFICATION FEEDBACK FOR VARIOUS FUELS: SYNGAS CLEANING AND SYNGAS QUALITY Timothée NOCQUET, Leroux & Lotz Technologies, FRANCE

Co-authors: B. Cluet, C. Marty, T. Florea, M. Al Haddad, Leroux & Lotz Technologies, Eybens, France

IBO.12.3 CARBONFX TECHNOLOGY - FROM BIOMASS TO BIOCARBON Sylvain BERTRAND, Airex Energy, CANADA IBO.12.4 HYDROTHERMALLY CARBONIZED WET BIOMASS AS ENERGY CARRIER FOR COMBUSTION AND GASIFICATION María Luisa HERNÁNDEZ LATORRE, Ingelia, SPAIN

Co-authors: M. Hernandez, M. Hitzl, E. Ponce, Ingelia, Valencia, Spain; S. Retschitzegger, Bioenergy 2020+, Graz, Austria; F. Pinto, LNEG, Lisboa, Portugal

IBO.12.5 PRODUCTION OF TORREFIED PELLETS FROM AGROFORESTRY BIOMASS FOR LOCAL AND REGIONAL USE Neus PUY, ENERG-bas, SPAIN Co-authors: S. Alier, Energies Tèrmiques Bàsiques, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain; J. Bartolí, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Cerdanyola del Vallès, Spain

15:15 - 16:45 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS 3BV.3 Biomethane and bioethanol production Room: Lounges

CHAIRPERSONS: Mathieu DUMONT, Netherlands Enterprise Agency - RVO.nl, THE NETHERLANDS Jan LINDSTEDT, J Lindstedt Lindab, SWEDEN 3BV.3.2 BIOCHEMICAL METHANE POTENTIAL OF RAW AND CELL-BROKEN CHLORELLA VULGARIS AND THEIR MICROBIAL DIVERSITY 68 Ruirui LI, China Agricultural University, P.R. CHINA

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 3BV.3.4 USE OF SORBENT FOR CO2 REMOVAL IN PROCESSES OF BIOMASS GASIFICATION FOR GAS COMPOSITION ADJUSTMENT AND BIOSNG PRODUCTION Donatella BARISANO, ENEA Research Centre, UTTRI Trisaia, ITALY Co-author: K. Gallucci, University of L’Aquila, Italy

3BV.3.5 PRODUCTION OF BIOSNG: CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF PRODUCT GAS FROM STEAM/OXYGEN BIOMASS GASIFICATION Donatella BARISANO, ENEA Research Centre, UTTRI Trisaia, ITALY 3BV.3.8 SNG PRODUCTION FROM GASIFIED BIOMASS, ELECTROLYTIC H2 AND CAPTURED CO2 Miriam VOGT, Technische Universität München, Institute for Energy Systems, GERMANY

TUESDAY PM

Co-author: F. Basile, University of Bologna, Italy

Co-authors: S. Fendt, H. Spliethoff, Technische Universität München, Garching, Germany

3BV.3.11 PILOT PLANT FOR BIOGAS UPGRADING BY CHEMICAL ABSORPTION IN AMINO ACID SALT SOLUTIONS WITH SOLVENT REGENERATION AT MODERATE TEMPERATURES Barbara KLEIN, University of Stuttgart, IFK, Fuels and Flue Gas Cleaning Dpt., GERMANY Co-author: G. Scheffknecht, IFK, University of Stuttgart, Germany

3BV.3.14 OPTIMIZATION OF BIO-METHANE PRODUCTION FROM DAIRY WASTE WATER BY APPLYING OF LACTIC ACID BACTERIA IN THE ACIDIFICATION STAGE Dalia CIZEIKIENE, Kaunas University of Technology, Food Science and Technology, LITHUANIA Co-authors: G. Juodeikiene, J. Damasius, Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas, Lithuania; E. Bartkiene, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Kaunas, Lithuania; C. Glasner, Fraunhofer Institute UMSICHT, Oberhausen, Germany

3BV.3.23 IMPROVED ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS OF LOW TEMPERATURE AQUEOUS AMMONIA PRETREATED SUGARCANE BAGASSE BY PROCESS OPTIMIZATION AND ADDITION OF LACCASE-MEDIATOR Kanak RAJ, IIT Madras, Biotechnology Dpt., INDIA Co-author: K. Chandraraj, IIT Madras, Chennai, India

3BV.3.24 ACETATE-ADAPTIVE SEED CULTURE OF ACETATE-TOLERANT ZYMOMONAS MOBILIS MUTANT STRAINS COULD ENHANCE THE BIOETHANOL PRODUCTION DURING FERMENTATION Chia Wen HSIEH, National Chiayi University, Microbiology, Immunology and Biopharmaceuticals, TAIWAN

Co-authors: Y.-F. Liu, Chung Shan Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan; Y.-S. Chang, Y.-C. Yang, D.-S. Chiou, B.-S. Wung, National Chiayi University, Taiwan

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 3BV.3.25 CHARACTERIZATION OF THE LIQUILD HOT WATER PRETREATMENT OF ENERGY CROPS Qiang YU, Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, P.R. CHINA Co-authors: X. Zhuang, Z. Yuan, Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, CAS, P.R. China

3BV.3.27 SUBCRITICAL WATER CONVERSION OF CELLULOSE INTO GLUCOSE FOR BIOETHANOL PRODUCTION IN AN INTEGRATED BIOREFINERY PROCESS Arielle MUNIZ DE BARROS, University of Birmingham, School of Chemical Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM

TUESDAY PM

Co-authors: T. Overton, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom; S. Bowra, Phytatec, Aberystwyth, United Kingdom

3BV.3.35 IONIC LIQUID PRETREATMENT OF NAPIER GRASS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF BUTANOL Chananchita SAEJAO, Chulalongkorn University, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, THAILAND Co-authors: A. Luengnaruemitchai, S. Wongkasemjit, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Bangkok, Thailand

3BV.3.38 INTRODUCING A VERSATILE TANDEM µ-REACTOR-GC/MS SYSTEM FOR RAPID CHARACTERIZATION OF CATALYSTS: ETHANOL AND CITRUS UNSHUI PEEL CONVERSION Michael SOLL, Frontier Laboratories Europe, Business Development, GERMANY Co-authors: J. Ito, C. Watanabe, Frontier Laboratories Japan, Koriyama, Japan; N. Teramae, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan; Y.-M. Kim, Hallym University, Chuncheon, Korea; Y.-K. Park, University of Seoul, Korea

3BV.3.39 BIOBUTANOL PRODUCTION BY IMMOBILIZED CLOSTRIDIUM BEIJERINCKII TISTR1461 Apanee LUENGNARUEMITCHAI, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Chulalongkorn University, THAILAND

Co-authors: P. Chinwatpaiboon, T. Chaisuwan, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Bangkok, Thailand

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 17:00 - 18:30 ORAL SESSION 4BO.13 Sustainability considerations moving to the biobased economy and trade Room: Auditorium

4BO.13.1 SUSTAINABILITY INDICATORS FOR THE BIOBASED ECONOMY Martijn BROEREN, Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: M. Zijp, S.L. Waaijers, E. Heugens, RIVM, Bilthoven, The Netherlands; E. Worrell, L. Shen, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

4BO.13.2 APPROACH TO EVALUATING SUSTAINABILITY OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS DELIVERY PATHWAYS WITHIN THE S2BIOM PROJECT Uwe R. FRITSCHE, IINAS, Scientific Director, GERMANY

TUESDAY PM

CHAIRPERSONS: Alexa LUTZENBERGER, Leuphana University, GERMANY Evelyne THIFFAULT, Laval University, CANADA

Co-authors: L. Iriarte, IINAS, Darmstadt, Germany; M. Lindner, J. Fitzgerald, EFI, Joensuu, Finland; C. Panoutsou, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom; B. Elbersen, Alterra, Wageningen, The Netherlands; L. Wenzelides, FNR, Gülzow-Prüzen, Germany

4BO.13.3 CONSIDERATION TO HIGHLY BIODIVERSE GRASSLANDS IN SUSTAINABILITY CERTIFICATION AND OTHER REGULATION: IMPLICATIONS FOR BIOENERGY SUPPLY POTENTIALS Julia HANSSON, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Climate & Sustainable Cities, SWEDEN Co-author: G. Berndes, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden

4BO.13.4 SOCIO-ECONOMIC METHODOLOY FOR BIOMASS TRADE ASSESSMENT. SUSTANABLE LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS POTENTIAL IN SANTA CATARINA, BRAZIL Rocio DIAZ-CHAVEZ, Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy, UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: A. Walter, P. Gerber, UNICAMP, Campinas, Brazil

4BO.13.5 COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF FIRST- AND SECOND-GENERATION BIOFUELS BASED ON AN ECONOMIC VALUATION OF LIFE-CYCLE IMPACTS Benoit GABRIELLE, AgroParisTech - INRA, Functional Ecology of Agro-Ecosystems, FRANCE Co-authors: Y. Zhu, AgroParisTech - INRA EcoSys, Thiverval-Grignon, France; V. Martinet, S. Marette, INRA AgroParisTech Economie Publique, Thiverval-Grignon, France

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 17:00 - 18:30 ORAL SESSION 2BO.14 In-situ synthesis gas conditioning and gas cleaning Room: G102

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CHAIRPERSONS: York NEUBAUER, TU Berlin, GERMANY Nikolaos BOUKIS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, GERMANY 2BO.14.1 KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER FROM BED MATERIAL TESTING AT CHALMERS TO THE OPERATION OF THE GOBIGAS GASIFICATION UNIT Martin SEEMANN, Chalmers University of Technology, Energy Technology Dpt., SWEDEN Co-authors: J. Marinkovic, H. Thunman, Chalmers University of Technology, Göteborg, Sweden

2BO.14.2 COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT IN-SITU DESULFURIZATION SORBENTS FOR COARSE DESULFURIZATION IN A CATALYTIC GAS CLEANING PROCESS Moritz HUSMANN, Technical University of Graz, Institute of Thermal Engineering, AUSTRIA Co-authors: C. Zuber, Highterm Research, Graz, Austria; T. Kienberger, University of Leoben, Austria; C. Hochenauer, Technical University of Graz, Austria

2BO.14.3 STEAM GASIFICATION OF AGRO-INDUSTRIAL LIGNOCELLULOSIC RESIDUES FROM BIOETHANOL INDUSTRY Mauro PRESTIPINO, University of Messina, Engineering Dpt., ITALY Co-authors: A. Galvagno, L. Bonaccorsi, University of Messina, Italy; O. Karlstrom, A. Brink, Abo Akademi University, Turku, Finland; F. Zimbardi, N. Cerone, ENEA, Rotondella, Italy

2BO.14.4 EVALUATION OF WET SCRUBBING PERFORMANCE IN TAR CLEANING OF SYNGAS DURING BIOMASS GASIFICATION AT PILOT SCALE Konstantinos ANASTASAKIS, Delft University of Technology, Process and Energy Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: J. van Doorn, J. Poldervaart, Synvalor, Dordrecht, The Netherlands; W. de Jong, TU Delft, The Netherlands

2BO.14.5 APPLICATION OF NON-THERMAL PLASMA FOR IMPROVING PRODUCER GAS QUALITY Philipp SCHRÖDER, Technische Universität Berlin, Energy Technology Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: S. Arumugam, Universität Rostock, Germany; Y. Neubauer, TU Berlin, Germany

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 17:00 - 18:30 ORAL SESSION 3BO.15 Potential applications for biobased chemicals Room: G103

3BO.15.1 THE SEASONAL VARIATION OF FUCOIDAN FROM 3 SPECIES OF BROWN MACROALGAE Harriet FLETCHER, University of Leeds, Energy Research Institute, UNITED KINGDOM

Co-authors: A. Ross, University of Leeds, United Kingdom; P. Biller, Arrhus University, Denmark

3BO.15.2 NATURAL HYDROXYAPATITE AS A PRECIOUS BY-PRODUCT OF INDUSTRIAL BIOMASS GASIFICTION Kamil KWIATKOWSKI, University of Warsaw, POLAND

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CHAIRPERSONS: Kees KWANT, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, THE NETHERLANDS Tim SCHULZKE, Fraunhofer Institut UMSICHT, GERMANY

Co-authors: M. Dudynski, Modern Technologies and Filtration, Warsaw, Poland; M. Klein, D. Kardas, The Szewalski Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery, Gdansk, Poland; M. Janczarek, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

3BO.15.3 SELECTIVE XYLOSE TRANSFORMATION TO FURFURAL BY BIFUNCTIONAL MESOPOROUS TITANIUM PHOSPHATE-TITANIUM DIOXIDE CATALYST Pongtanawat KHEMTHONG, National Science and Technology Development Agency, National Nanotechnology Center, THAILAND

Co-authors: I. Rakngam, J. Wittayakhun, Suranaree University of Technology, Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand; N. Viriya-empikul, K. Faungnawakij, National Science and Technology Development Age, Pathumthani, Thailand

3BO.15.4 ANTIOXIDANT ADDITIVES FOR BIODIESEL PREPARED FROM BIO-OIL Noemí GIL-LALAGUNA, Universidad de Zaragoza / Aragón Institute of Engineering Research, Thermo-Chemical Processes Group, SPAIN

Co-authors: L. Botella, A. Gonzalo, J.L. Sánchez, M. García, J. Arauzo, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain

3BO.15.5 PREPARATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BIODEGRADABLE PACKAGING FILM USING GROUNDNUT PROTEIN ISOLATE Ankit PATEL, Institute of Science and Technology for Advanced Studies and Research, Industrial Chemistry Dpt., INDIA Co-authors: J. Patel, T. Panchal, M. Thomas, ISTAR, Vallabh Vidhyanagar, India; A. Gupte, NVPAS, Vallabh Vidhyanagar, India

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 17:00 - 18:30 ORAL SESSION IBO.16 Mobilisation of biomass resources Room: G104

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CHAIRPERSONS: Ruben GUISSON, VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, BELGIUM Enrico CEOTTO, CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, ITALY IBO.16.1 ADVANCED SOLUTIONS FOR BIOMASS TRANSPORTATION BY ROAD - HOW TO EVALUATE THEIR PERFORMANCE? Olli-Jussi KORPINEN, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Laboratory of Bioenergy, FINLAND

Co-authors: P. Venäläinen, Metsäteho, Vantaa, Finland; M. Aalto, T. Ranta, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Mikkeli, Finland

IBO.16.2 TRACEABILITY OF BULK BIOMASS: APPLICATION OF RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION ON BULK PELLET FLOW Peter SUNDBERG, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Energy and Bioeconomy Dpt., SWEDEN

Co-authors: J.G.P. Sundberg, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Skellefteå, Sweden; S. Hermansson, C. Tullin, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Borås, Sweden; M. Öhman, Energy Engineering, Division of Energy Science, Sweden

IBO.16.3 DEPURGAN: VALORISATION OF LIQUID PIG MANURE INTO FERTILIZER AND BIOMASS PELLETS FOR FURTHER COMMERCIALIZATION Iratxe PERALES, Ateknea Solutions Europe, Systems, SPAIN

Co-authors: J. Melús, J.L. Zarralanga, J. Sanz, Eurogan, Alfajarín, Spain; F. Madrid, Ateknea Solutions Europe, Barcelona, Spain; V. Sala, L. Romeral, MCIA Research Centre - Innovation Electronics, Barcelona, Spain

IBO.16.4 CHARCOAL POTENTIAL APPLICATION IN EUROPEAN STEEL AND METALLURGY INDUSTRY Andrea SALIMBENI, European Biomass Industry Association, Project Development Dpt., BELGIUM

Co-authors: C. Wang, Swerea MEFOS, Luleå, Sweden; R. Nistri, BioenTech, Florence, Italy; D. Chiaramonti, RE-CORD, Florence, Italy

IBO.16.5 SCALE-UP AND DEMONSTRATION OF A HORIZONTAL BIOREACTOR FOR COMMERCIAL ALGAE CULTIVATION George PHILIPPIDIS, University of South Florida, Patel College of Global Sustainability, USA

Co-authors: I. Dogaris, M. Welch, University of South Florida, Tampa, Usa; L. Walmsley, A. Meiser, Culture Fuels Inc, New York, Usa

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 17:00 - 18:30 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS 1BV.4 Assessment studies on different biomass feedstock Room: Lounges

1BV.4.1 A SPATIALLY EXPLICIT ANALYSIS ASSESSMENT OF BIOGAS POTENTIAL FROM FARM MANURE IN EUROPE Nicolae SCARLAT, European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy Renewable Energy Unit, ITALY

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CHAIRPERSONS: Neeta SHARMA, ENEA, UTTRI-SSPP, ITALY Efthymia ALEXOPOULOU, Center for Renewable Energy Sources, Biomass Dpt., GREECE Silvia MALTAGLIATI, ARPAT-Environmental Protection Agency of Tuscany, seconded at the European Commission DG Research, BELGIUM Peter KUIKMAN, Alterra Wageningen UR, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: F. Fahl, V. Motola, J.-F. Dallemand, F. Monforti, European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy

1BV.4.2 BIOJET FUELS IN BRAZIL: TECHNOLOGICAL ROUTES AND FEEDSTOCK AVAILABILITY Joana PORTUGAL PEREIRA, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Energy Planning Program, BRAZIL Co-authors: F. Carvalho, A. Koberle, A. Szklo, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

1BV.4.3 LOCAGISTICS, A TOOL FOR THE DESIGN OF REGIONAL BIOMASS DELIVERY CHAINS Bert ANNEVELINK, Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research, Biorefinery & Sustainable Value Chains Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: E. Annevelink, Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Products, Wageningen, The Netherlands; I. Staritysky, B. Vanmeulenbrouk, B. Elbersen, Wageningen UR - Alterra, Wageningen, The Netherlands; B. Gabrielle, AgroParisTech / INRA, Paris, France

1BV.4.4 AN INSIGHT TO INDIA’S BIOMASS PRODUCTION AND BIOWASTE MANAGEMENT: SCOPE AND CHALLENGES Neeta SHARMA, ENEA Research Centre, Biotechnology and Agro-idustry Division, ITALY

Co-authors: D. Shrivastava, N.B. Sarin, School of Life Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India

1BV.4.6 SIMULATION MODELING OF THREE BIOMASS TERMINAL TYPES Mika AALTO, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Laboratory of Bioenergy, FINLAND Co-authors: O.J. Korpinen, T. Ranta, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Mikkeli, Finland

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 1BV.4.10 AVAILABILITY AND CHARACTERISTIC STUDIES OF USING 23 BIOMASS RESIDUES FOR DEVELOPING OF DISTRIBUTED COMMUNITY POWER PLANTS Somrat KERDSUWAN, King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok, THAILAND

Co-author: K. Laohalidanond, KMUTT - King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi, Bangkok, Thailand

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1BV.4.11 USAGE OF BIOMASS FROM LANDSCAPE CONSERVATION AND MAINTENANCE WORK IN CONVERSION ROUTES TO BIOENERGY Klaus LENZ, Syncom F&E Beratung, Research & Development Consulting, GERMANY Co-authors: J. Zurková, SYNCOM, Ganderkesee, Germany; M. Bergmann, Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe, Gülzow-Prüzen, Germany; D. García Galindo, M. Gomez Palmero, CIRCE Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain; A. Clalüna, Landwirtschaftskammer Niedersachsen, Hannover, Germany; F. De Filippi, Sogesca, Rubàno, Italy; J. Dolezal, CZ Biom, Prague, Czech Republic; J. Lorenzo, Local Action Group Bajo AragónMatarraña, Torrevelilla Teruel, Spain; L. Montagnoli, Comunità Montana Associazione dei Comuni, Magione, Italy

1BV.4.14 BIOFUELS FROM AGRICULTURE RESIDUES - OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES: THE EXAMPLE OF PELLETS PRODUCED FROM HORSE MANURE Joachim FISCHER, University of Applied Sciences Nordhausen, Institut für Regenerative Energietechnik, GERMANY Co-author: D. Rübesamen, University of Applied Sciences Nordhausen, Germany

1BV.4.16 REALITY CHECK ON BIOMASS POTENTIAL: HOW MUCH IS REALLY LIKELY TO BE USED? Jean-Philippe AURAMBOUT, European Commission , DG JRC, ITALY Co-authors: C. Baranzelli, J. Cristobal-Garcia, European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy

1BV.4.17 IMPACT OF FOREST MANAGEMENT DECISION MAKING ON FOREST BIOMASS SUPPLY IN REGIONAL LEVEL OF FINLAND Kalle KARTTUNEN, Lappeenranta University of Technology, School of Energy, FINLAND Co-authors: A. Ahtikoski, Natural Resources Institute Finland, Oulu, Finland; J. Hynynen, Natural Resources Institute Finland, Vantaa, Finland; H. Salminen, Natural Resources Institute Finland, Rovaniemi, Finland; T. Ranta, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Mikkeli, Finland

1BV.4.18 WOODY BIOMASS POTENTIAL ESTIMATION BASED ON THE WOOD FLOW IN JAPAN Takaaki FURUBAYASHI, Tohoku University, Graduate School of Engineering, JAPAN Co-author: T. Nakata, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan

1BV.4.19 SUPPORTING SUSTAINABLE ENERGY PRODUCTION FROM BIOMASS FROM LANDSCAPE CONSERVATION AND MAINTENANCE WORK Klaus LENZ, Syncom F&E Beratung, Research & Development Consulting, GERMANY

Co-authors: M. Bergmann, Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe e.V. (FNR), Gülzow-Prüzen, Germany; D. García Galindo, CIRCE Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain; J. Zurková, Syncom, Ganderkesee, Germany; A. Clalüna, Landwirtschaftskammer Niedersachsen (COALS), Oldenburg, Germany; J. Dolezal, CZ Biom, Prague, Czech Republic; F. De Filippi, Sogesca, Rubano, Italy; J. Lorenzo, Omezyma, Torrevelilla, Spain; L. Montagnoli, Comunità Montana Associazione dei Comuni Trasimeno, Magione, Italy

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 1BV.4.20 FOREST BIOMASS MAPPING WITH LIDAR DATA, GIS ACCESSIBILITY ANALYSIS AND ECONOMICAL MODEL: A CASE STUDY IN THE CANTON OF VALAIS (SWITZERLAND) Jean-Matthieu MONNET, Irstea, UR EMGR, FRANCE

Co-authors: S. Dupire, Irstea, UR EMGR, St Martin d’Hères, France; V. Roch, T. Bernhard, M. Cudilleiro, CREM, Martigny, Switzerland; C. Giesch, Forêt Valais, Sion, Switzerland

Co-authors: T. Bosona, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden; S.O. Olsson, MOBITRON, Jonkoping, Sweden; D. García, CIRCE Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain

1BV.4.22 INCREASING THE SHARE OF BIOMASS ENERGY IN THE BRAZILIAN MINERAL INDUSTRY Mariana MACHADO DE OLIVEIRA CARVALHO, Lappeenranta University of Technology, LUT School of Energy, FINLAND

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1BV.4.21 DEVELOPMENT OF SMART SYSTEM FOR MONITORING OF WOOD PRUNING LOGISTICS AND DEFINITION OF ITS FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION Girma GEBRESENBET, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Energy and Technology Dpt., SWEDEN

Co-authors: E.K. Vakkilainen, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland; M. Cardoso, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil; J. Colodette, Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil

1BV.4.24 SEEKING FOR RATIOS AND CORRELATIONS FROM FIELD DATA FOR IMPROVING BIOMASS ASSESSMENTS FOR AGRICULTURAL PRUNING IN EUROPE. METHOD AND RESULTS Daniel GARCÍA-GALINDO, CIRCE Foundation, Natural Resources Dpt., SPAIN Co-authors: F. Cay Villa-Ceballos, University of Zaragoza, Spain; E. López, F. Sebastián, CIRCE Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain

1BV.4.25 SPATIALLY EXPLICIT ASSESSMENT OF THE SUSTAINABLE POTENTIAL OF SUGARCANE AND ETHANOL IN BRAZIL Floor VAN DER HILST, Utrecht University, Energy & Resources, Copernicus Institute, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: K.R.O. Viana, R. Perez, Universidade Federal de Vicosa, Brazil; J.A. Verstegen, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

1BV.4.26 INVENTORYA AND ANALYSIS OF BIOMASS RESOURCES AVIALABLE FOR BIOENERGY PRODUCTION IN THE CITY OF ANTWERP Ruben GUISSON, VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, Biomass Sustainable Transition, BELGIUM Co-authors: S. Van Passel, Antwerp University, Belgium

1BV.4.27 GREEN BIOMASS AS AN ALTERNATIVE C- SOURCE FOR BIOTECHNOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS? Markus DAHMEN, FH Aachen, NOWUM-Energy, Institute NOWUM-Energy, GERMANY Co-authors: D. Stollenwerk, I. Kuperjans, FH Aachen Institut NOWUM-Energy, Jülich, Germany; J. Bongaerts, FH Aachen, Jülich, Germany

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 1BV.4.30 THE FEASIBILITY OF REGULATING GROWTH AND CADMIUM TOLERANCE OF HEMP BY PGPB TODEVELOP HIGH BIOMASS PLANTS IN HEAVY METAL POLLUTED CONDITIONS Qingsheng CAI, Nanjing Agricultural University, College of Life Sciences, P.R. CHINA

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1BV.4.36 A DATA BASE ON CURRENT AND FUTURE SUSTAINABLE COST-SUPPLY OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS IN EU, WESTERN-BALKAN NEIGHBOUR COUNTRIES, TURKEY AND UKRAINE - CHALLENGES, METHODS, UNCERTAINTIES, RESULTS Matthias DEES, University of Freiburg, Institute of Forest Science, GERMANY

Co-authors: B. Elberson, I. Staritsky, DLO-Alterra, Wageningen, The Netherlands; J. Fitzgerald, H. Verkerk, M. Lindner, S. Zudin, EFI, Joensuu, Finland; P. Anttila, LUKE, Joensuu, The Netherlands; M. Vis, BTG, Enschede, The Netherlands; N. Di Virgillo, J. Ramirez, A. Monti, University of Bologna, Italy; N. Forsell, S. Leduc, IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria; R. Prinz, LUKE, Joensuu, Finland; P. Datta, University of Freiburg, Germany; B. Glavonjic, Belgrade University, Serbia; D. Garcia Galindo, CIRCE Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain

1BV.4.38 APPLICABILITY OF LEWIS-ACID CATALYSED ORGANOSOLV PULPING TO LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS FROM DIFFERENT SOURCES Francesco DI RENZO, Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier, MACS Dpt., FRANCE Co-authors: C. Basset, A. Barakat, INRA UMR1208 IATE, Montpellier, France; F. Quignard, ICGM UMR5253 UM-CNRS-ENSCM, Montpellier, France

1BV.4.41 SUSTANABLE BIOMASS POTENTIAL IN COLOMBIA Rocio DIAZ-CHAVEZ, Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy, UNITED KINGDOM 1BV.4.46 COMBUSTION PROPERTIES OF TORREFIED WOOD PELLET USING CONE CALORIMETER AND PELLET STOVE Takahiro YOSHIDA, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Wood Properties and Processing Dpt., JAPAN

Co-authors: D. Kamikawa, Y. Kubojiama, T. Yanagida, M. Inoue, M. Kiguchi, Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Tsukuba, Japan; Y. Ohyabu, Sanyo Trading, Tokyo, Japan

1BV.4.47 EVALUATION OF REFUSED-DERIVED FUEL COMPOSITION ABOUT ITS ENERGY RECOVERY POTENTIAL IN SANTO ANDRÉ, SP, BRAZIL Rodolfo SBROLINI TIBURCIO, Federal University of ABC, Center of Engineering, Modeling and Applied Social Sciences, BRAZIL Co-authors: M. Malpeli Junior, J.T.C.L. Toneli, A.M.P. Neto, Federal University of ABC - Center of Engineering, Modeling and Applied Social Sciences, Santo André, Brazil

1BV.4.49 CONVERSION OF EARTHWORM MANURE INTO ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY ADSORBENTS THROUGH PYROLYSIS Zhanghong WANG, Southeast University, P.R. CHINA Co-authors: D. Shen, R. Xiao, Southeast University, NanJing, P.R. China

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 1BV.4.50 INTENSIFIED DRYLAND CROPPING SYSTEMS FOR BIOMASS FEEDSTOCK PRODUCTION Chengci CHEN, Montana State University, Eastern Agricultural Research Center, USA Co-author: R. Keshavarz-Afshar, Montana State University, Sidney, Usa

1BV.4.59 HOW RESIDENCE TIME IN THE MIXING CONDITIONER AFFECTS THE QUALITY IN WOOD FUEL PELLETS Jonas BERGHEL, Karlstad University, Environmental and energy systems, SWEDEN 1BV.4.60 CONVERSION OF SUGARCANE BAGASSE INTO CARBOXYMETHYL CELLULOSE (CMC) Fezokuhle Mfundo MAKHANYA, Durban University of Technology, Chemistry, SOUTH AFRICA Co-author: N. Deenadayalu, Durban University of Technology, Durban, South Africa

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Co-author: M. Ståhl, Environmental and Energy Systems, Karlstad University, Sweden

1BV.4.61 BIOMASS GASIFICATION IN HOT COMPRESSED WATER: AQUEOUS PHASE REFORMING OF SORBITOL Varsha PAIDA, University of Twente, Faculty of Science and Technology, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: S.R.A Kersten, D.W.F Brilman, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

1BV.4.62 OPTIMIZATION AND SCALE-UP CORRELATION BASED ON MODELS OF WHEAT STRAW SAMPLES ADSORPTION ANALYSIS Dimitrios SIDIRAS, University of Piraeus, Industrial Management and Technology, GREECE Co-authors: K. Chatzizacharia, S. Papadaki, C. Tsiodra, D. Hatziavramidis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

1BV.4.72 HARVESTING OF APPLE (MALUS MILL.) PRUNING IN GERMANY USING A NEW PRUNING ROUND BALER PROTOTYPE Florian ADAMCZYK, Industrial Institute of Agricultural Engineering, Devices for Renewable Energy Acqu Dpt., POLAND Co-authors: P. Frackowiak, M. Szaroleta, G. Wchalski, Industrial Institute of Agricultural Engineering, Poznan, Poland

1BV.4.82 CONVERTING INDUSTRIAL BIO-WASTES, SUCH AS MOLASSES, TO PLATFORM CHEMICALS LIKE 5-CHLOROMETHYLFURFURAL RR 5-HYDROXYMETHYLFURFURAL Muthukrishna RAJA, Claflin University, Chemistry Dpt., USA

Co-authors: C. Gwengo, E. Cambell, D. Jackson, W. Parkes, Claflin University, Orangeburg, Usa

1BV.4.86 PROMOTION OF SHORT ROTATION WOODY CROPS Dominik RUTZ, WIP - Renewable Energies, Biomass Unit, GERMANY Co-authors: R. Mergner, R. Janssen, WIP Renewable Energies, München, Germany

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 1BV.4.87 HARVESTING SCRUB TRIALS FOR ENERGY PURPOSES Raquel BADOS, CIEMAT-CEDER, Energía Dpt., SPAIN

Co-authors: P. Pérez, R. Corredor, I. Mediavilla, L.S. Esteban, J.E. Carrasco, CIEMAT-CEDER, Lubia, Spain; I. Blasco, R. Calero, A. Carrascosa, TRAGSA, Madrid, Spain

1BV.4.88 ACTIVATED CARBON PRODUCT1ON FROM PRETREATED AND FERMENTED AGRICULTURAL RESIDUES Hacer YILDIRIM, Bogazici University, Institute of Environmental Sciences, TURKEY

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Co-authors: N. Ciliz, B. Daylan, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey

1BV.4.89 ANALYSES OF MSWI ASHES FROM DOMESTIC- AND BUSINESS WASTE PLANTS Bjarte OYE, SINTEF Energy Research, Materials and Chemistry Dpt., NORWAY Co-authors: O. Paulsen, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Trondheim, Norway; C. Engelsen, SINTEF Buildings and Infrastructure, Oslo, Norway

1BV.4.91 COMBINED FRY-DRYING TECHNOLOGY AND MELTING FOR INDUSTRIAL WASTE WATER SLUDGE CONTAINS HEAVY METALS Tae-In OHM, Hanbat National University, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, KOREA Co-authors: J.S Chae, S.A Choi, Y.H Kim, Hanbat National University, Daejeon, Korea

1BV.4.92 ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF BIO-WASTE BASED DIGESTATES AS INFLUENCED BY POST-TREATMENT METHODS Felicitas BECHSTEIN, Institut für Agrar- und Stadtökologische Projekte an der Humboldt-Univ. zu Berlin, Food Technology Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: C.-L. Ross, V. Wilken, K. Sensel-Gunke, IASP, Berlin, Germany; M. Tietze, GICON, Dresden, Germany

1BV.4.94 CHARACTERIZATION OF ASH DEPOSITS IN A MUNICIPAL WASTE-TO-ENERGY (WTE) PLANT Liang WANG, SINTEF Energy Research, Thermal Energy Dpt., NORWAY

Co-authors: B. Øye, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Trondheim, Norway; M. Becidan, Ø. Skreiberg, SINTEF Energy Research, Trondheim, Norway; J. Stuen, EGE (Waste-to-Energy Agency), Oslo, Norway

1BV.4.95 STUDY OF THE COMPOSITION AND MORPHOLOGY OF ASH DEPOSITS AND SLAG PRODUCED IN A WASTE-TO-ENERGY (WTE) Liang WANG, SINTEF Energy Research, Thermal Energy Dpt., NORWAY

Co-authors: B. Øye, SINTEF Materials and Chemistry, Trondheim, Norway; M. Becidan, Ø. Skreiberg, SINTEF Energy Research, Trondheim, Norway; M. Fossum, E. Evensen, Statkraft Varme, Trondheim, Norway

1BV.4.98 A PROMISING APPROACH TO ENHANCE THE METHANE RECOVERY OF FOOD WASTE USING A TWO-PHASE ANAEROBIC DIGESTION Jonathan WONG, Hong Kong Baptist University, Sino-Forest Applied Research Centre for Pearl River Delta Environment, HONG KONG Co-author: B.H. Yan, Hong Kong Baptist University, Kowloon, Hong Kong

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TUESDAY, 7 JUNE 2016 1BV.4.99 UNCERTAIN LAND AVAILABILITY FOR ENERGY CROPS IN THE EU BY 2050 Hyung Sik CHOI, University of Hohenheim, Agricultural and Food Policy Group, GERMANY Co-authors: S. Entenmann, H. Grethe, Universtiy of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany

1BV.4.101 IMPACT OF BIODEGRADABLE PLASTIC BAG RESIDUES ON ANAEROBIC DIGESTION Richard BLANCHARD, Loughborough University, CREST Dpt, UNITED KINGDOM 1BV.4.102 TURNING UNEXPLOITED FOOD WASTE INTO BIOMETHANE DISTRIBUTED THROUGH LOCAL FILLING STATIONS NETWORKS Dominik RUTZ, WIP - Renewable Energies, Biomass Unit, GERMANY

Co-authors: R. Mergner, WIP Renewable Energies, München, GERMANY; R. Zweiler, C. Doczekal, Güssing Energy Technologies, Güssing, AUSTRIA; A. Gruevska, G. Antevski, M. Chaloski, D. Mitkovski, C. Ikonomova Martinovska, E. Cvetkovska, City of Skopje, Skopje, REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA;I. Morales, Instituto Andaluz de Tecnología, Sevilla, SPAIN; J.B. Bel, F. Craddock, Observatoire Régional des Déchets d’Île-de-France, Paris, FRANCE

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Co-authors: T. Radu, A.D. Wheatley, Loughborough University, United Kingdom

1BV.4.103 SUSTAINABILITY ANALYSIS OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AND RESOURCE RECOVERY STRATEGIES Elias MARTINEZ HERNANDEZ, University of Oxford, Engineering Science Dpt., UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: K.S. Ng, J. Sadhukhan, University of Surrey, Guildford, United Kingdom

1BV.4.104 BIOGAS PRODUCTION FROM WASTE WATERS THROUGH ANAEROBIC COFERMENTATION PROCESSES AT LABORATORY SCALE Ioana IONEL, Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara, Mechanical Engineering Dpt., ROMANIA Co-authors: L.A. Varga, A. Cioabla, Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara, Romania

1BV.4.105 MUNICIPLE VEGETABLE WASTE TO POWER - RESIDUE USING CONCEPTS IN EEG2014 Torsten BIRTH, Fraunhofer Institute IFF, Process and Plant Engineering, GERMANY Co-authors: P. Möhring, F. Mewes, Fraunhofer IFF, Magdeburg, Germany

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 Programme Outline 1CO.1 T1.3

10:00 10:15

WEDNESDAY AM

18:30 20:00

ICV.1 Industry

Plenary Session 5CP.2 Plenary Session ICP.3

12:30

16:45 17:00

3CO.4 I3.4

Plenary Session 4CP.1

11:45

15:00 15:15

2CO.3 T2.5 Break

11:00

13:30

4CO.2 T4.1

Lunch Break

1CO.5 T1.3

4CO.6 T4.5

3CO.7 T3.2

1CO.9 T1.4

4CO.10 T4.5

3CO.11 T3.2

2CO.13 T2.1

4CO.14 T4.4

3CO.15 T3.2

ICO.8 I6.3

3CV.2 T3.6/3.7

ICO.12 I6.4

2CV.3 T2.4/2.5/ 2.6

ICO.16 I6.4

1CV.4 T1.4

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EXHIBITION

08:30

Break

EUBCE Dinner

1 Biomass Resources T1.3 Biomass crops and energy grasses T1.4 Algae production systems 2

Biomass Conversion Technologies for Heating, Cooling and Electricity T2.1 Production and supply of solid biofuels T2.4 Gasification for power, CHP and polygeneration T2.5 Gasification for synthesis gas production T2.6 Anaerobic digestion for biogas production

3 Biomass Conversion Technologies for liquid and gaseous fuels, chemicals and materials T3.2 Pyrolysis and other biomass liquefaction technologies T3.4 Biomethane T3.6 Biorefineries T3.7 Production and application of biobased chemicals 4

Biomass Policies, Markets and Sustainability T4.1 Market implementation, investments & financing T4.4 Resource efficient bioeconomy and social opportunities T4.5 Biomass strategies and policies

5 Bioenergy in integrated energy systems I Industry Sessions 6.3 Power & Heat processes and systems 6.4 Biochemical Conversion

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 08:30 - 10:00 ORAL SESSION 1CO.1 Advances in cropping systems for sustainable biomass production Room: Auditorium

CHAIRPERSONS: Stefano AMADUCCI, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, ITALY Vance OWENS, South Dakota State University, USA

1CO.1.2 STRATEGIES FOR MARGINAL LANDS MANAGEMENT IN RAIN-FED AGRICULTURAL FARMS IN SPAIN: ECONOMIC AND ENERGETIC ANALYSIS Carlos Sixto CIRIA RAMOS, CEDER-CIEMAT, Biomass Dpt., SPAIN Co-authors: J. Carrasco, J. Pérez, E. Maletta, P. Ciria, CEDER-CIEMAT, Lubia-Soria, Spain

1CO.1.3 PERENNIAL GRASS PRODUCTION OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSTRAINTS ON MARGINAL SOILS Ana Luisa FERNANDO, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Ciências e Tecnologia Biomassa Dpt., PORTUGAL

WEDNESDAY AM

1CO.1.1 ADVANCES IN MISCANTHUS - SUMMARY OF THE OPTIMISC PROJECT RESULTS Iris LEWANDOWSKI, University of Hohenheim, Biobased Products and Energy Crops Dpt., GERMANY

1CO.1.4 A CASE STUDY OF SUSTAINABLE ENERGY CROPPING IN SARDINIA Nikita PAVLENKO, International Council on Clean Transportation, USA

Co-authors: S. Searle, International Council on Clean Transportation, Washington, DC, Usa; C. Malins, International Council on Clean Transportation, London, United Kingdom; C. Petrenko, Independent consultant, New Haven, Usa

1CO.1.5 ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY OF DOUBLE AND RELAY CROPPING OF FOOD, FEED AND FUEL CROPS IN THE NORTHERN GREAT PLAINS, USA Marisol BERTI, North Dakota State University, Plant Sciences Dpt., USA

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 08:30 - 10:00 ORAL SESSION 4CO.2 Bioenergy markets, trade and deployment Room: G102

CHAIRPERSONS: Carlo HAMELINCK, Ecofys, THE NETHERLANDS Martin JUNGINGER, Utrecht University, THE NETHERLANDS 4CO.2.1 RESULTS OF A GLOBAL SURVEY ON INTERNATIONAL BIOMASS TRADE FOR ENERGY: OPPORTUNITIES, RISKS AND POLICY OPTIONS Luc PELKMANS, VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, Separation & Conversion Processes, BELGIUM

WEDNESDAY AM

Co-authors: M. Van Dael, VITO NV, Mol, Belgium; I. Del Campo, D. Sanchez, CENER, Sarriguren, Spain; D. Rutz, R. Janssen, WIP Renewable Energies, Munich, Germany; M. Junginger, T. Mai-Moulin, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; L. Iriarte, IINAS, Madrid, Spain; R. Diaz-Chavez, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom; B. Elbersen, G.J. Nabuurs, W. Elbersen, Stichting DLO, Wageningen, The Netherlands

4CO.2.2 THE ECONOMIC IMPACT OF WOOD PELLET PRODUCTION TO THE U.S. SOUTH James HENDERSON, Mississippi State University, FWRC-Forestry, USA Co-author: W. Hubbard, Southern Regional Extension Forestry, Athens, Usa

4CO.2.3 STUDENT AWARDEE MODELLING WOOD PELLET TRADE BASED ON MONTHLY TRADE FLOW STATISTICS AND EXPERT INTERVIEWS Fabian SCHIPFER, Vienna University of Technology, Energy Economics Group, AUSTRIA Co-author: L. Kranzl, Technische Universität Wien, Austria

4CO.2.4 CO-EVOLUTION OF OILSEED MARKETS WITH LIQUID BIOFUELS MARKETS: POLICY INTERACTIONS AND TRADING PATTERNS Jorge Andres MONCADA-ESCUDERO, Delft University of Technology / Utrecht University, Energy & Industry, Energy & Resources, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: Z. Lukszo, M. Weijnen, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; M. Junginger, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; A. Faaij, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

4CO.2.5 BIOENERGY AND BIOPOWER TARGETS IN SOUTH AFRICA Kees KWANT, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, RVO, THE NETHERLANDS Co-author: J. Juodaityte, Eskom, Johannesburg, South Africa

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 08:30 - 10:00 ORAL SESSION 2CO.3 Advances in gasification processes Room: G103

CHAIRPERSONS: Markus BOLHÀR-NORDENKAMPF, Valmet, AUSTRIA Donatella BARISANO, ENEA Research Centre, ITALY 2CO.3.1 STUDENT AWARDEE SUPERCRITICAL WATER GASIFICATION OF BIOMASS: FIRST RESULTS AND EXPERIENCES OBTAINED FROM THE TU DELFT/GENSOS SEMI-PILOT SCALE SETUP Onursal YAKABOYLU, Delft University of Technology, Process and Energy Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

2CO.3.2 WEEKDAY CONTINUOUS GASIFICATION TEST FOR SUPERCRITICAL WATER GASIFICATION TREATMENT BUSINESS Yasutaka WADA, The Chugoku Electric Power, Energia Economic & Technical Research Institute, JAPAN

WEDNESDAY AM

Co-authors: I. Albrect, W. de Jong, TU Delft, The Netherlands; J. Harinck, G. Smit, Gensos B.V., Delft, The Netherlands

Co-authors: H. Tanigawa, Chugoku Electric Power, Higashihiroshima, Japan; Y. Matsumura, Hiroshima University, Higashihiroshima, Japan; T. Noguchi, Toyo Koatsu Co., Hiroshima, Japan; T. Inoue, Fukken Co., Hiroshima, Japan; Y. Kawai, Chuden Plant Co., Hiroshima, Japan

2CO.3.3 BIOMASS GASIFICATION WITH DOLOMITE AND OLIVINE PARTICLES AS A BED INVENTORY IN PRESENCE OF CATALYTIC CERAMIC FILTER Sergio RAPAGNÀ, University of Teramo, Faculty of Biosciences, Agro-Food and Environmental Technologies, ITALY Co-author: G. Spinelli, University of Teramo, Italy

2CO.3.4 PRODUCTION OF METHANOL AND DIMETHYL ETHER VIA ENTRAINED-FLOW CATALYTIC CO-GASIFICATION OF PYROLYSIS OIL AND BLACK LIQUOR IN PILOT-SCALE Yawer Hussain JAFRI, Luleå University of Technology, Energy Science Dpt., SWEDEN Co-authors: E. Furusjö, K. Kirtania, R. Gebart, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

2CO.3.5 SYNTHESIS GAS PRODUCTION FROM GASIFICATION OF OIL PALM KERNEL SHELL PELLETS Sonia L. RINCON PRAT, National University of Colombia, Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering Dpt., COLOMBIA

Co-authors: D. Flórez Ramos, A. Gómez Mejía, National University of Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 08:30 - 10:00 ORAL SESSION 3CO.4 Biomass-to-methane: innovative processes for resource efficiency and energy storage Room: G104 CHAIRPERSONS: Uwe HOFFSTEDE, Fraunhofer IWES, GERMANY Mathieu DUMONT, Netherlands Enterprise Agency - RVO.nl, THE NETHERLANDS 3CO.4.1 EVALUATION OF THE TECHNICAL AND ECONOMICAL DEVELOPMENT OF EXISTING AND FUTURE BIOMASS-TO-METHANE CONVERSION PROCESSES. Eric BILLIG, Umwetlforschungszentrum UFZ, Bioenergie Dpt., GERMANY

WEDNESDAY AM

Co-author: D. Thrän, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre/UFZ, Leipzig, Germany

3CO.4.2 CATALYTIC GASIFICATION OF DIGESTATE SLUDGE IN SUPERCRITICAL WATER, EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS Nikolaos BOUKIS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Catalysis Research and Technology, GERMANY Co-authors: S. Herbig, E. Hauer, J. Sauer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany; F. Vogel, Paul Scherrer Institut, Zürich, Switzerland

3CO.4.3 BIOMETHANATION OF PYROLYSIS GAS Jiang LI, China University of Petroleum, Institute of New Energy, P.R. CHINA

Co-authors: Y. Li, D. Su, H. Wang, H. Jang, P. Pu, M. Qia, H. Nie, H. Zhou, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, P.R. China

3CO.4.4 BIOLOGICAL BIOGAS UPGRADING BY ADAPTED HYDROGENOTROPHIC COMMUNITY Lydia RACHBAUER, Bioenergy 2020+, AUSTRIA

Co-authors: G. Bochmann, W. Fuchs, University of Natural Resources and Life Science, Tulln/Donau, Austria

3CO.4.5 PRESSURELESS CRYOGENIC CONVERSION OF BIOGAS INTO LIQUEFIED BIOMETHANE AND SOLID CARBON DIOXIDE Josef HOFFMANN, University of Applied Sciences Landshut, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, GERMANY

Co-authors: M. Fuchsz, S. Baum, O. Falk, University of Applied Sciences Weihenstephan, Freising, Germany; K. Nachtmann, J. Hofmann, University of Applied Sciences Landshut, Germany

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 08:30 - 10:00 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS ICV.1 Activities and analysis for innovative biomass technologies and industrial initiatives Room: Lounges

CHAIRPERSONS: Bert VAN DE BELD, BTG Biomass Technology Group, THE NETHERLANDS Stefan RUYTERS, Ghent Bio-Economy Valley, BELGIUM Nathalie DEVRIENDT, VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, BELGIUM

Co-authors: M. Gómez-Palmero, E. López, F. Sebastián, CIRCE Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain; R. Jirjis, G. Gebresenbet, SLU - Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden; S. Germer, ATB - Leibniz-Institute for Agricultural Engineering, Potsdam, Germany; L. Pari, A. Suardi, CREA-ING Unità di Ricerca per L’Ingegneria Agraria, Monterotondo, Italy; A. Lapeña, Gruyser S.L., Fraga, Spain; P. Frackowiak, F. Adamczyk, PIMR - Industrial Institute of Agricultural Engineering, Poznan, Poland; D. Naldoni, ONG-SNC, Castelbolognese, Italy; L. Kleinert, Obstgut Madquart Gmbh, Madquart, Germany; J. Abadías, Aragonese association of agro-industry cooperative, Zaragoza, Spain; X. Deval, Les Vigneron d’Unimedoc, Lesparre-Medoc, France

ICV.1.4 PROSPECTIVE BIOMASS SUPPLY SECURITY UNDER A CHANGING CLIMATE INSIGHTS FROM AN CASE STUDY FOR THE AUSTRIAN BIOENERGY INDUSTRY Peter RAUCH, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, AUSTRIA

WEDNESDAY AM

ICV.1.3 AGRICULTURAL PRUNING HARVESTING DEMONSTRATIONS IN GERMANY, FRANCE AND SPAIN. LESSONS LEARNED AND RECOMMENDATIONS Daniel GARCÍA-GALINDO, CIRCE Foundation, Natural Resources Dpt., SPAIN

ICV.1.11 THE ROLE OF BIOENERGY PRODUCTION WITH WOODY BIOMASS FOLLOWING THE PRINCIPLES OF CASCADING USE Tijs LAMMENS, BTG Biomass Technology Group, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: M. Vis, P. Reumerman, D. van den Berg, BTG Biomass Technology Group, Enschede, The Netherlands

ICV.1.15 EMISSION FREE POLY-GENERATION FROM (BIO-)WASTE FEEDSTOCK INTEGRATED SOLUTION Norbert VASEN, BNL Clean Energy, International Affairs, SWITZERLAND Co-author: M. Rüdlinger, BNL Clean Energy, Cham, Switzerland

ICV.1.16 BIOMASS GASIFICATION COUPLING ANAEROBIC DIGESTION FOR THE PRODUCTION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY GAS Jian LI, Tianjin University, School of Environmental Science and Engineering, P.R. CHINA Co-authors: B.B. Yan, G.Y. Chen, X. Guo, X.B. Lv, R.Y. Li, Tianjin University, P.R. China

ICV.1.19 CONTINUOUS OXIDATIVE SLOW PYROLYSIS FOR CHARCOAL PRODUCTION IN THE EU: EXPERIMENTAL CAMPAIGN AND SYSTEM PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT David CHIARAMONTI, University of Florence, RE-CORD, Industrial Engineering Dpt., ITALY

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 ICV.1.22 RECENT ADVANCES IN THE HYDROFACTION TECHNOLOGY Claus Uhrenholt JENSEN, Steeper Energy, DENMARK ICV.1.24 DEVELOPMENT OF A BURNER SYSTEM OPTIMIZED FOR THE UTILIZATION OF HIGH-TEMPERATURE PYROLYSIS GAS FROM BIOMASS Ahmad AL-HALBOUNI, Gas- und Wärme-Institut, R&D Dpt., GERMANY

Co-authors: A. Giese, J. Leicher, K. Goerner, Gas- und Wärme-Institut Essen, Germany; D. Schillingmann, H. Schillingmann, Ch. Huewelmann, Regenerative Energie Wirtschaftssysteme, Quakenbrueck, Germany

ICV.1.27 NEW GENERATION OF LOW NOX MEDIUM SCALE RECIPROCATING GRATE BIOMASS FIRED BOILER: A SUCCESS STORY Timothée NOCQUET, Leroux & Lotz Technologies, FRANCE

WEDNESDAY AM

Co-authors: C. Marty, M. Al Haddad, Leroux et Lotz Technologies, Eybens, France

ICV.1.28 COMBUSTION BEHAVIOUR OF LOW GRADE SOLID FUELS USING A NEW BURNER TECHNOLOGY Timothée NOCQUET, Leroux & Lotz Technologies, FRANCE

Co-authors: T. Florea, M. Al Haddad, Leroux & Lotz Technologies, Eybens, France; M. Campargue, RAGT, Albi, France; M. Peyrot, F. Defoort, CEA, Grenoble, France; B. Taupin, P. Levy, C. Rebillard, H. Hiblot, VEOLIA, Limay, France

ICV.1.29 POLLUTANTS FATE IN A 22 MWTH BFB BOILER THROUGH IN-FURNACE TEMPERATURE AND GAS MEASUREMENTS Timothée NOCQUET, Leroux & Lotz Technologies, FRANCE

Co-authors: C. Marty, K. Ribot, T. Florea, M. Alhaddad, Leroux & Lotz Technologies, Eybens, France

ICV.1.31 LOWCARBON FIREBOX Jes Sig ANDERSEN, Danish Technological Institute, Biomass and biorefinery, DENMARK

Co-authors: R.B. Hvidberg, Danish Technological Institute, Aarhus C, Denmark; K. Vang, DAPO, Lystrup, Denmark; S.N. Bertel, Skamol, Nykøbing Mors, Denmark

ICV.1.32 RESULTS FROM THE DUTCH TKI PRE-TREATMENT PROJECT: INDUSTRIALSCALE CO-FIRING TRIAL WITH TORREFIED WOOD PELLETS Jaap KIEL, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Biomass & Energy Efficiency, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: M.C. Carbo, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Petten, The Netherlands; M. Bouwmeester, RWE, Geertruidenberg, The Netherlands

ICV.1.37 PYROLYSIS OIL BASED FUEL EMULSIONS FOR MARINE ENGINES Javier CELAYA ROMEO, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Chemical Engineering Dpt., NORWAY Co-authors: K. Toven, F. W. Brodin, Paper and Fibre Institute, Trondheim, Norway

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 ICV.1.39 NEW CHALLENGES TO GO FROM FUELS TO CHEMICALS ION IN A BIOREFINERY DEMO PLANT Jan LINDSTEDT, J Lindstedt Lindab, SWEDEN ICV.1.41 PRODUCTION, CHARACTERIZATION AND UTILIZATION OF HYDROCHAR AS BIO-FERTILIZER Wolf-Anno BISCHOFF, TerrAquat, GERMANY

Co-authors: S. Schleicher, Gutachterbüro TerrAquat, Nürtingen, Germany; J. Pfenning, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany; D. Tjiok, B. von Stackelberg, SmartCarbon, Jettingen, Germany; E. Benkowitsch, T. Müller, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, GERMANY

ICV.1.47 THERMO-CATALYTIC REFORMING (TCR) FOR OPTIMIZATION OF EXISTING ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PLANTS Andreas WEGER, Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, Biological Process Engineering Dpt., GERMANY

ICV.1.48 ENHANCED ACCUMULATION OF FATTY ACID IN A NEW ADAPTED OLEAGINOUS YEAST YARROWIA LIPOLYTICA Hsiao Kai CHU, Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Chemistry Division, TAIWAN

WEDNESDAY AM

Co-authors: F. Stenzel, R. Jung, A. Hornung, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Germany

Co-authors: H.K Chu, T.H Lin, G.L Guo, W.S Hwang, Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Taoyuan City, TAIWAN

ICV.1.49 PYROLYSIS OF PLASTIC WASTE FROM OLD LANDFILL FOR 2ND GENERATION BIOFUELS Gian Claudio FAUSSONE, Inser Energia, ITALY ICV.1.50 FUEL UPGRADING USING RENEWABLE HYDROGEN: A NOVEL APPROACH TO REDUCE FUEL’S FOOTPRINT Gian Claudio FAUSSONE, Inser Energia, ITALY ICV.1.51 BIODIESEL PRODUCTION FROM UN-UTILIZED RUBBER SEED OIL BY TWOSTEP PROCESSES Deog-Keun KIM, Leader, Korea Institute of Energy Research, Bioenergy Center, REPUBLIC OF KOREA

Co-authors: D.K. Kim, J.P. Lee, S.C. Park, Korea Institute of Energy Research, Daejeon, Republic of Korea

ICV.1.52 BIODIESEL PRODUCTION FROM HIGH FFA OILS BY DUAL FUNCTION SOLID CATALYST Deog-Keun KIM, Leader, Korea Institute of Energy Research, Bioenergy Center, REPUBLIC OF KOREA Co-authors: D.K. Kim, J.P. Lee, Korea Institute of Energy Research, Daejeon, REPUBLIC OF KOREA

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 ICV.1.53 MAXIMIZING BIOMASS INFUSION IN TRANSPORTATION SECTOR Stella BEZERGIANNI, Centre for Research & Technology Hellas, Chemical Process & Energy Resourses Institute, GREECE Co-authors: A. Dimitriadis, L. Chrysikou, CERTH, Thessaloniki, Greece

ICV.1.56 RESIDENCE TIME DISTRIBUTION ANALYSIS OF THE E BIOMASS IN THE PRETREATMENT PROCESS FOR BIOETHANOL PRODUCTION Ziad YOUSSEF, INRA/Agroparistech, UMR Genial - Process Engineering Dpt., FRANCE Co-authors: F. Ducept, G. Almeida, D. Flick, Agroparistech, Massy, France; P. Perre, CentraleSupelec, Chatenay-Malabry, France

ICV.1.57 HIGH-PRECISION OXYGEN CONCENTRATION ANALYSIS OF RENEWABLE GASOLINE USING A NOVEL HIGH-TEMPERATURE PYROLYSIS TECHNIQUE Marc RUPPENTHAL, Elementar Analysensysteme, GERMANY

WEDNESDAY AM

Co-authors: T. Szuppa, M. de Reus, S. Kraus, K. Schütz, C. Schmidt, L. Lange, H.-P. Sieper, Elementar, Hanau, Germany

ICV.1.59 THE IMPACT OF PROCESS PARAMETERS ON THE PURITY AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF LIGNIN EXTRACTED FROM MISCANTHUS Ç GIGANTEUS USING A MODIFIED ORGANOSOLV METHOD Muhammad Hazwan HAMZAH, University of Birmingham, School of Chemical Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: S. Bowra, Phytatec, Aberystwyth, United Kingdom; P.W. Cox, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom

ICV.1.65 ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS OF BIOMASS Marc RUPPENTHAL, Elementar Analysensysteme, GERMANY Co-author: R.D. Dunsbach, Elementar Analysensysteme, Hanau, Germany

ICV.1.67 SME ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN THE SOLID BIOMASS SECTOR: FIRST RESULTS OF THE - SECURECHAIN - PROJECT (HORIZON2020) Pol ARRANZ-PIERA, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Institut de Sostenibilitat, SPAIN Co-authors: F. Horta, E. Velo, Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain; U. Kies, WaldZentrum, Muenster, Germany; P. Reumerman, BTG Biomass Technology Group BV, Enschede, The Netherlands; I. Fallas, CLUBE Cluster of Bioenergy and Environment, Kozani, Greece; G. Obersteiner, BOKU Universitaet Fuer Bodenkultur, Vienna, Austria

ICV.1.68 SETTING UP AND RUNNING SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY OF WOODY BIOMASS FROM AGRARIAN PRUNING AND PLANTATION REMOVAL. SCOPE AND EUROPEAN INITIATIVE Daniel GARCÍA-GALINDO, CIRCE Foundation, Natural Resources Dpt., SPAIN

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Co-authors: A. Rezeau, CIRCE Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain; A. Samper, ASAJA - Asociación Agraria de Jóvenes Agricultores de Huesca, Barbastro, Spain; E. Karampinis, P. Grammelis, CERTH - Centre for Research & Technology Hellas, Athens, Greece; G. Simatou, PASEGES - Pan-Hellenic Confederation of Unions of, Athens, Greece; M. Monteleone, STAR Research Unit, University of Foggia, Italy; F. Volpe, DARe Puglia Distretto Agroalimentare Regionale, Bari, Italy; C. Rosas, Confederação Nacional das Cooperativas Agrícolas e do Crédito Agrícola de Portugal, Lisbon, Portugal; C. Poutrin, SCDF Services Coop de France, Paris, France


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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 ICV.1.69 FINANCIAL AND LIFE CYCLE ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE OF STEAMTREATED WOOD PELLETS RELATIVE TO WHITE PELLETS AND FOSSIL FUELS FOR ELECTRICITY GENERATION Jon MCKECHNIE, University of Nottingham, Faculty of Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: B. Saville, H.L. MacLean, University of Toronto, Canada

ICV.1.70 FEASIBILITY OF BIOFUEL PRODUCTION CHAINS IN NORTHERN GERMANY AND EASTERN POLAND Klaus LENZ, Syncom F&E Beratung, Research & Development Consulting, GERMANY

ICV.1.72 SUSTAINABILITY CERTIFICATION SYSTEMS FOR WOODY BIOMASS Ondrej TARABUS, NEPCon, DENMARK ICV.1.74 IMPROVING THE SUSTAINABILITY OF FATTY ACID METHYL ESTERS (FAME BIODIESEL) -ASSESSMENT OF OPTIONS FOR INDUSTRY AND AGRICULTURE Gerfried JUNGMEIER, Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft, Institute for Water, Energy and Environment, AUSTRIA

WEDNESDAY AM

Co-authors: M. Borzecka-Walker, R. Pudelko, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, Pulawy, Poland; G. Kronberger, E. Pitzer, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Hagenberg, Austria; S. Kuehner, SYNCOM F&E Beratung, Ganderkeseerkesee, Germany; K. Ludewig, SYNCOM F&E Beratung, Ganderkesee, Germany

Co-authors: J. Pucker, Joanneum Research, Graz, Austria; M. Ernst, BDI Bioenergy International, Graz, Austria; J.-P. Leschen, Wageningen UR Alterra, The Netherlands; A. Kraft, T. Schulzke, FraunhoferInstitut UMSICHT, Berlin, Germany; R. van Loo, Wageningen University, The Netherlands

ICV.1.80 LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT OF THE BIOMASS-TO-LIQUID PROCESS Antonio CARETTA, ENI, Upstream and Technical Services/Renewable Energy Dpt., ITALY Co-authors: L. Bua, L. Carnelli, ENI SpA, Novara, Italy

ICV.1.83 E.U.-BRAZIL COOPERATION ON BIOENERGY Giuliano GRASSI, European Biomass Industry Association, BELGIUM

Co-authors: C. Kloss, Paranรก Metrologia, Brazil; D. Fraxino, Smart Energy-Parana Metrologia, Brazil; C. Oliveira, ABIB Brazilian Biomass Industry and Renewable Ener, Brazil; H. Wouters, European Biomass Industry Association, Brussels, Belgium

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 10:15 - 11:00 PLENARY SESSION 4CP.1 Challenges for large scale utilisation of biomass Room: Auditorium CHAIRPERSON: Rocio DIAZ-CHAVEZ, Imperial College London, UNITED KINGDOM 4CP.1.1 Keynote presentation UNRAVELING THE KNOT BETWEEN CO2 EMISSIONS FROM BIOENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE Francesco CHERUBINI, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Energy and Process Engineering Dpt., NORWAY

WEDNESDAY AM

4CP.1.2 VISION FOR 1 BILLION TONNES LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS IN EUROPE BY 2030 Calliope PANOUTSOU, Imperial College London, UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: J. van Stralen, H. Mozaffarian, M. Londo, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Petten, The Netherlands; D. Carrez, CleverConsult, Brussels, Belgium

11:00 - 11:45 PLENARY SESSION 5CP.2 Approaches for bioenergy technology integration Room: Auditorium CHAIRPERSON: Robert DASCHNER, Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, GERMANY 5CP.2.1 Keynote presentation SMART BIOENERGY - PROVIDING FLEXIBLE BIOENERGY FOR ENERGY SYSTEMS WITH HIGH SHARES OF RENEWABLES Daniela THRÄN, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre / UFZ, DBFZ: Bioenergiesysteme / UFZ: Bioenergie, GERMANY

Co-authors: V. Lenz, J. Liebetrau, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany; P. Tarfate, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung UFZ, Leipzig, Germany

5CP.2.2 BIOMASS GASIFIER BASED HYBRID ENERGY SYSTEM OPTIMIZATION FOR ENERGY ACCESS BY USING HOMER Srinivasiah DASAPPA, Indian Institute of Science, Center for Sustainable Technologies, INDIA Co-authors: P. Deb, S. Mahapatra, Tezpur University, India

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 11:45 - 12:30 PLENARY SESSION ICP.3 Future biorefineries and investment support Room: Auditorium CHAIRPERSON: Michael PERSSON, Head of Secretariat of the Danish Bioenergy Association, DENMARK ICP.3.1 Keynote presentation TRANSFORMING PULP MILLS: STORA ENSO’S BIOREFINERY CONCEPT Kirsi SEPPALAINEN, Stora Enso Biomaterials, SWEDEN ICP.3.3 NOVAMONT BIOREFINERY: A NEW MODEL OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT INTEGRATED WITH THE TERRITORY Luigi CAPUZZI, Novamont SPA, R&D Dpt., ITALY 12:30 - 13:30

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WEDNESDAY AM

Co-author: M. Granström, Stora Enso, Helsinki, Finland

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 ORAL SESSION 1CO.5 Innovation along bioenergy value-chains Room: Auditorium

CHAIRPERSONS: Ana Luisa FERNANDO, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, PORTUGAL Efthymia ALEXOPOULOU, Center for Renewable Energy Sources, GREECE 1CO.5.1 EFFECT OF HARVEST DATE AND HEIGHT ON HERBACEOUS PERENNIAL FEEDSTOCK BIOMASS AND POTENTIAL ETHANOL YIELD Rob MITCHELL, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Grain, Forage and Bioenergy Research Unit, USA

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-authors: M. Schmer, V. Jin, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Lincoln, Nebraska, Usa; A. Ryan, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, Usa

1CO.5.2 TESTING THE BIOMETHANE POTENTIAL OF EARLY HARVESTED MISCANTHUS Carly WHITTAKER, Rothamsted Research, UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: P. Adams, University of Bath, United Kingdom; I. Shield, Rothamsted Research, Harpenden, United Kingdom

1CO.5.3 SEMI-MECHANICAL HARVESTING OF JATROPHA (JATROPHA CURCAS L.) IN MOROCCO Luigi PARI, CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Unità di ricerca per l’ingegneria agraria - CREA-ING, ITALY Co-authors: A. Suardi, F. Gallucci, E. Santangelo, CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Monterotondo, Italy

1CO.5.4 CAMELINA & CRAMBE: UNDERUTILIZED OIL CROPS WITH NEW PERSPECTIVES FOR EUROPE Myrsini CHRISTOU, Center for Renewable Energy Sources, Biomass Dpt., GREECE

Co-authors: E. Alexopoulou, Center for Renewable Energy Sources, Pikermi, Greece; F. Zanetti, D. Righini, A. Monti, University of Bologna, Italy; M. Stolarski, M. Krzyzaniak, University of Warmia, Olsztyn, Poland; E.N. Van Loo, WUR, Wageningen, The Netherlands; C. Eynck, J. Grushcow, Linnaeus, Saskatoon, Canada

1CO.5.5 PRODUCTION AND VALUE-CHAIN INTEGRATION OF CAMELINA SATIVA AS A DEDICATED BIOENERGY FEEDSTOCK IN THE CANADIAN PRAIRIES Xue LI, Saskatoon Research and Development Centre, CANADA Co-author: E. Mupondwa, Government of Canada, Saskatoon, Canada

1CO.5.6 THE BIOMASS POTENTIAL OF NONTRADITIONAL ENERGY CROPS IN LITHUANIA Vita TILVIKIENE, Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture & Forestry, Institute of Agriculture, LITHUANIA Co-authors: Z. Kadziuliene, I. Liaudanskiene, L. Pociene, LRCAF, Kedainiai distr., Lithuania

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 ORAL SESSION 4CO.6 How to mobilise biomass? Room: G102

CHAIRPERSONS: Birger KERCKOW, FNR - Agency for Renewable Resources, GERMANY Mirjam RÖDER, University of Manchester, UNITED KINGDOM 4CO.6.1 CONSEQUENCES OF GLOBAL BIOFUEL POLICIES ON AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY/ FEEDSTOCK MARKETS Deepayan DEBNATH, University of Missouri, Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute, USA 4CO.6.2 INTEGRATED POLICIES FOR THE EFFICIENT USE OF INDIGENOUS EUROPEAN BIOMASS VALUE CHAINS Nathalie DEVRIENDT, VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, Unit Separation and Conversion Technology Dpt., BELGIUM

Co-authors: A. Singh, C. Panoutsou, Imperial College London, United Kingdom; L. Pelkmans, VITO, Mol, Belgium; Elbersen, Alterra, Wageningen, The Netherlands

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-author: P. Westhoff, University of Missouri, Columbia, Usa

4CO.6.3 EUROPE’S NEGLECTED SUSTAINABLE BIOMASS POTENTIAL Zoltán SZABÓ, Pannonia Ethanol, HUNGARY 4CO.6.4 TO HARVEST OR TO SAVE? - FORESTS AND CLIMATE MITIGATION Pekka KAUPPI, University of Helsinki, Department of the Environment, FINLAND 4CO.6.5 WOOD PRODUCTION FROM SCR PLANTATION - A NEW BIG CHANCE FOR POLISH BIOECONOMY Magdalena BORZECKA-WALKER, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, Bioeconomy and System Analysis Dpt., POLAND Co-author: R. Pudelko, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, Pulawy, Poland

4CO.6.6 TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF A EUROPEAN BIOENERGY TRADE STRATEGY FOR 2020 AND BEYOND (BIOTRADE2020PLUS PROJECT) David SANCHEZ GONZALEZ, CENER-Spanish Renewable Energy Centre, Biomass Dpt., SPAIN Co-authors: I. Del Campo, D. Sanchez, CENER, Sarriguren, Spain; R. Janssen, D. Rutz, WIP, Munich, Germany; U. Fritsche, IINAS, Darmstad, Germany; L. Iriarte, IINAS, Madrid, Spain; R. Diaz Chavez, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom; M. Junginger, T. Mai Moulin, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; B. Elbersen, DLO-Alterra, Wageningen, The Netherlands; G.-J. Nabuurs, W. Elbersen, DLO_Alterra, Wageningen, The Netherlands; L. Pelkmans, VITO, Moll, Belgium

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 ORAL SESSION 3CO.7 Development of pyrolysis process Room: G103

CHAIRPERSONS: Andreas APFELBACHER, Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, GERMANY Giuliano GRASSI, European Biomass Industry Association, BELGIUM 3CO.7.1 THERMO-CATALYTIC REFORMING (TCR®) PROCESS IN COMMERCIAL SCALE - SCALE UP FROM PILOT TO INDUSTRIAL SCALE - FIRST EXPERIENCES Robert DASCHNER, Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, Energy Management, GERMANY

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-authors: J. Neumann, N. Jäger, A. Hornung, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Germany

3CO.7.2 LIBRA; THERMOCHEMICAL TRANSFORMATION OF LIGNINS INTO PRECURSORS FOR VALUE-ADDED PRODUCTS Paul DE WILD, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Biomass & Energy Efficiency, THE NETHERLANDS 3CO.7.3 POWER AND BIOMASS-TO-LIQUID (PBTL): A PROMISING APPROACH TO PRODUCE BIOFUELS USING ELECTRICITY Ralph-Uwe DIETRICH, German Aerospace Center, Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics, GERMANY Co-authors: D.H. Koenig, F.G. Albrecht, German Aerospace Center, Stuttgart, Germany

3CO.7.4 LIQUEFACTION OF LIGNIN AND LIGNIN-RICH BIOMASS BY CATALYTIC HYDROGENOLYSIS Ursel HORNUNG, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Catalysis Research and Technology Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: M. Breunig, P. Gebhart, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany

3CO.7.5 METHOD FOR HOT REAL-TIME SAMPLING OF PYROLYSIS VAPORS Marc POMEROY, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, USA Co-author: E.M. Wilcox, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Usa

3CO.7.6 PHOSPHORUS RECOVERY AND SOLID ADSORBENTS OBTAINING FROM SEWAGE SLUDGE AFTER A COMBINED PROCESS OF ACID EXTRACTION AND PYROLYSIS. Nadia RUIZ-GÓMEZ, University of Zaragoza, Aragón Institute for Engineering Research (I3A), SPAIN Co-authors: M. Martínez, M. Atienza-Martínez, G. Gea, J. Ábrego, University of Zaragoza, Spain

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 ORAL SESSION ICO.8 Advanced combustion systems for bioenergy generation Room: G104

CHAIRPERSONS: Yves RYCKMANS, Laborelec, BELGIUM Thomas BRUNNER, Bios Bioenergiesysteme, AUSTRIA ICO.8.1 SUNSTORE 4: CHP PLANT BASED ON A HYBRID BIOMASS AND LARGE SCALE SOLAR SYSTEM - RESULTS AFTER MONITORING Alfred HAMMERSCHMID, Bios Bioenergiesysteme, AUSTRIA

ICO.8.2 A PYROLYSIS-BRIDGED HYBRID SYSTEM FOR POWER PRODUCTION FROM BIOMASS AND COAL Wenli SONG, Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, State Key Laboratory of Multi Phase Complex Systems, P.R. CHINA Co-authors: Y. Li, S. Li, W. Lin, Institute of Process Engineering, CAS, Beijing, P.R. China

ICO.8.3 IMPACTS OF ACIDIC GAS COMPONENTS ON COMBUSTION OF CONTAMINATED BIOMASS FUELS Jinying YAN, Royal Institute of Technology, Chemical Engineering, SWEDEN

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-authors: L. Kjærgaard Larsen, Marstal Fjernvarme, Marstal, Denmark; I. Obernberger, BIOS Bioenergiesysteme, Graz, Austria

Co-authors: H. Li, Mälardalen University, Västerås, Sweden; C. Galanopoulos, L. Liu, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

ICO.8.4 NEW ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY FOR LOW COST PURE CO2 CAPTURE AND FREE-NOX BIOENERGY GENERATION. TECHNO-ECONOMIC POTENTIALS OF BIOMASS CHEMICAL LOOPING COMBUSTION Corinne BEAL, General Electric, FRANCE Co-authors: A. Salimbeni, European Biomass Industry Association, Brussels, Belgium; C. Béal, ALSTOM Boiler, France, France; A. Lyngfelt, Chalmers University, Goteborg, Sweden

ICO.8.5 INDUSTRIAL EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON BIOMASS COMBUSTION OF CIRCULATING FLUIDED BED BOILER Xu HAN, Sunshine Kaidi New Energy, General Engeering Research Institute, P.R. CHINA

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS 3CV.2 Biorefineries and biobased products Room: Lounges

CHAIRPERSONS: Maria GEORGIADOU, European Commission, DG Research, BELGIUM Gerfried JUNGMEIER, Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft, AUSTRIA Tim SCHULZKE, Fraunhofer Institut UMSICHT, GERMANY Solange MUSSATTO, Delft University of Technology, Biotechnology Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS 3CV.2.4 ORGANOSOLV PRETREATMENT OF BARLEY STRAW WITHIN THE BIOREFINERY CONCEPT Ioanna SALAPA, University of Piraeus Research Center, Industrial Management and Technology, GREECE WEDNESDAY PM

Co-author: D. Sidiras, University of Piraeus Research Center, Greece

3CV.2.5 POLYGENERATION AND CARBON DIOXIDE REUSE THOUGH BIOMATERIAL PRODUCTION IN ADVANCED BIOREFINERIES Kok Siew NG, University of Surrey, Centre for Environmental Strategy, UNITED KINGDOM Co-author: J. Sadhukhan, University of Surrey, Guildford, United Kingdom

3CV.2.9 BUTANEXT: NEXT GENERATION BIOBUTANOL David SANCHEZ GONZALEZ, CENER-Spanish Renewable Energy Centre, Biomass Dpt., SPAIN

Co-authors: Co-authors: I. Del Campo, I. Alegria, D. Sánchez, CENER, Sarriguren, Spain; E. Bello, Greenovate, Brussels, Belgium; T. Davies, J. Hewitt, Greenbiologics, Oxford, United Kingdom; A. Pallares, C. Garcia, Tecnicas Reunidas, San Fernando, Spain; J. Visser, M. Koetsier, Dyadic Nederland, Wageningen, The Netherlands; H. De Wever, W. Van Hecke, VITO, Moll, Belgium; M. Lapuerta, J. Hernandez, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Ciudad Real, Spain; L NATRASS, E4tech, London, United Kingdom; B. Crawford, C-TECH Innovation, Chester, United Kingdom; J. Sanciñena, Zabala Innovation, Pamplona, Spain; I. Idareta, Zabala Innovation, Pamplona, Spain

3CV.2.10 POLYGENERATION AND CARBON DIOXIDE REUSE THOUGH BIOMATERIAL PRODUCTION IN ADVANCED BIOREFINERIES Kok Siew NG, University of Surrey, Centre for Environmental Strategy, UNITED KINGDOM Co-author: J. Sadhukhan, University of Surrey, Guildford, United Kingdom

3CV.2.18 PRODUCTION OF ADVANCED RENEWABLE FUEL ETHANOL AND VALUEADDED CHEMICALS FROM BIOMASS RESIDUES Matthew SUMMERS, West Biofuels, USA

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 3CV.2.20 VALORIZATION OF WHEAT STRAW HEMICELLULOSE TO OBTAIN HIGH VALUE ADDED COMPOUNDS Cristina ALVAREZ VAQUERIZO, CIEMAT, Renewable Energy, SPAIN

Co-authors: C. Alvarez, A. González, I. Ballesteros, M.J. Negro, J.M. Oliva, F. Saez, CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain

3CV.2.22 LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT OF BIO-BASED ISOBUTANOL PRODUCTION AND CONVERSION INTO TARGETED PRODUCTS Jonathan MONCADA BOTERO, Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: A. Ramirez, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

3CV.2.23 SUGARCANE PROCESSING FOR THE PRODUCTION OF BIOFUELS OR BIOBASED CHEMICALS IN BRAZIL. Jan Gerrit Geurt JONKER, Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute, THE NETHERLANDS 3CV.2.25 URBAN BIOREFINERY FOR WASTE PROCESSING Elias MARTINEZ HERNANDEZ, University of Oxford, Engineering Science Dpt., UNITED KINGDOM s Co-authors: S. Satchatippavarn, A. Yang, University of Oxford, United Kingdom; M.Y. Leung Pah Hang, M. Leach, University of Surrey, Guildford, United Kingdom

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-authors: H.M. Junginger, F. Hilst, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

3CV.2.26 FROM LIGNIN TO PLASTICS - PRODUCING MONOBY LIGNIN SOLVOLYSIS Tanja BARTH, Univerity of Bergen, Department of Chemstry, NORWAY Co-authors: B. Shrestha, M.H. Vogt, University of Bergen, Norway

3CV.2.27 PRODUCTION OF CELLULASES AND XYLANASES FROM TRICHODERMA REESEI QM9414 USING MICROALGAE BIOMASS AS SUBSTRATE Judit MARTÍN-JUÁREZ, University of Valladolid, Chemical Engineering and Environmental Technology Dpt., SPAIN

Co-authors: R. Travaini, S. Bolado-Rodriguez, University of Valladolid, Spain; A. Carvajal-Guevara, Technical University of Federico Santa Maria, Valparaiso, Chile

3CV.2.29 HYPERTHERMOPHILIC CELLULASES Kazuhiko ISHIKAWA, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology, Biomedical Research Institute, JAPAN 3CV.2.31 VALORISATION OF CHEESE WHEY BY PRODUCING ORGANIC ACIDS FOR THE CARBOXYLATE PLATFORM Joana DOMINGOS, University of Bologna, DICAM, ITALY Co-authors: S. Puccio, G. Martinez, L. Bertin, S. Bandini, F. Fava, University of Bologna, Italy

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 3CV.2.32 EXPERIMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF THE RECOVERY OF VALUABLE HYDROCARBONS FROM BIOMASS/WASTE GASIFICATION PRODUCER GAS Berend VREUGDENHIL, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Bio Energy & Efficiency, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: A. Bos, G. Aranda Almansa, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Petten, The Netherlands

3CV.2.33 AN ITERATIVE HYBRID ALGORITHM FOR PROCESS OPTIMIZATION OF A MULTI-PRODUCT LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOREFINERY Diego BARLETTA, University of Salerno, Industrial Engineering Dpt., ITALY

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-authors: A. Giuliano, M. Poletto, University of Salerno, Fisciano, Italy

3CV.2.34 CYNARA CARDUNCULUS PRETREATMENT OPTIMIZATION AND PROCESS EVALUATIONS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF HIGH-VALUE MOLECULES INSIDE AN INTEGRATED BIOREFINERY Federico LIUZZI, ENEA Research Centre, Laboratory of Technology and Equipment for Bioenergy, ITALY Co-authors: I. De Bari, G. Braccio, ENEA, Policoro, Italy

3CV.2.37 CASCADING VALORISATION OF RESIDUES FROM FOOD PROCESSING TOWARDS MAJORS AND MINORS Nathalie DEVRIENDT, VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, Unit Separation and Conversion Technology Dpt., BELGIUM Co-authors: M. Uyttebroek, M. Van Dael, B. Lemmens, M. Bulut, VITO, Mol, Belgium

3CV.2.43 PRODUCTION OF RIGID POLYURETHANE FOAMS FROM FRACTIONATED PYROLYSIS CONDENSATE Tim SCHULZKE, Fraunhofer Institut UMSICHT, Biorefinery and Biofuels Dpt., GERMANY Co-author: S. Conrad, Fraunhofer Institut UMSICHT, Oberhausen, Germany

3CV.2.47 SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NICU MIXED OXIDE CATALYSTS FOR HYDROGENATION OF FURFURAL TO FURFURYL ALCOHOL Chalita RATANATAWANATE, National Nanotechnology Center, Nanoengineered Soft Materials for Green Environment Laboratory, THAILAND Co-authors: C. Luadthong, K. Faungnawakij, National Nanotechnology Center, Pathum Thani, Thailand

3CV.2.51 TECHNO-ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF A BIOREFINERY FOR PRODUCTION OF ISOBUTANOL AND DERIVATIVES IN THE PORT OF ROTTERDAM Jan Wilco DIJKSTRA, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Biomass and Energy Efficiency Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: W.J.J. Huijgen, J.W. van Hal, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Petten, The Netherlands; A. Bampouli, C. Santos, C. Cornelio da Silva, E. Valentin, M. Perdigão Silva, A.J.J. Straathof, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 3CV.2.53 EXTRACTIVE BIOCONVERSION OF 3-HYDROXYPROPIONIC ACID: INSIGHTS IN EXTRACTION AND MASS TRANSFER MECHANISMS Marwen MOUSSA, AgroParisTech - INRA, JRU Microbiology and Food Process Engineering Dpt., FRANCE Co-authors: F. Chemarin, G. Burgé, F. Allais, AgroParisTech - Chaire ABI, Reims, France; V. Athès, C. Trelea, AgroParisTech / INRA, Thiverval-Grignon, France

3CV.2.54 CATALYTIC HYDROGEN FREE REDUCTIVE CLEAVAGE OF C-O BONDS IN LIGNIN MODEL COMPOUNDS AND LIGNIN Jayasree SEAYAD, Institute of Chemical and Engineering Sciences, Organic Chemistry Dpt., SINGAPORE

3CV.2.55 PRODUCTION OF LOW MOLECULAR WEIGHT XYLOOLIGSACCHARIDES FROM WATER EXTRACTIVES-FREE CORN STOVER USING HYDROTHERMAL TREATMENT Ju-Hyun YU, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Center for Industrial Chemical Biotechnology, KOREA Co-authors: C.D. Jung, I.Y. Eom, K.S. Hong, B.K. Song, Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology, Daejeon, Korea

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-authors: S. Gowrisankar, B. Ramalingam, Institute of Chemical and Engineering Sciences, Singapore, Singapore

3CV.2.56 FLEXIBLE AND FOLDABLE AU NANOPARTICLES/GRAPHENE/CELLULOSE NANOCRYSTALS ELECTRODE FOR GLUCOSE ELECTROCHEMICAL SENSING Li DONG, Energy Research Institute, Henan Academy of Sciences, P.R. CHINA

Co-authors: X.Q. Zhang, S.X. Ren, T.Z. Lei, Henan Key Laboratory of Biomass Energy, ZhengZhou, P.R. China; Q.L. Wu, Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, Baton Rouge, Usa

3CV.2.60 CATALYTIC TRANSFER HYDROGENATION OF LEVULINATE ESTERS TO HIGH POTENTIAL FUEL ADDITIVE, ³-VALEROLACTONE (GVL) ON CU-BASED BIMETAL OXIDE CATALYSTS Sanchai KUBOON, National Science and Technology Development Agency, National Nanotechnology Center, THAILAND 3CV.2.62 DYNAMIC THERMOGRAVIMETRIC ANALYSIS OF THE BIOMASS TAR USED FOR PREPARING TAR BASED CARBON FIBERS Huan ZHANG, Tianjin University, Environmental Science and Engineering Dpt., P.R. CHINA Co-authors: T.Z. Lei, Tianjin University, Henan Academy of Sciences, Zhengzhou, P.R. China; G.Y. Chen, Tianjin University, Henan Academy of Sciences, Tianjin, P.R. China

3CV.2.65 CRYSTAL-PLANE EFFECT OF CERIA ON THE ACTIVITY OF AU/CEO2 FOR OXIDATIVE STEAM REFORMING OF METHANOL Srisin EAIMSUMANG, Chulalongkorn University, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, THAILAND

Co-authors: A. Luengnaruemitchai, S. Wongkasemjit, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Bangkok, Thailand

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 3CV.2.66 HYDROTHERMAL CONVERSION OF BIOMASS WASTE INTO BIO-BASED CHEMICALS AND MATERIALS Shicheng ZHANG, Fudan University, Environmental Science and Engineering Dpt., P.R. CHINA 3CV.2.67 HEALABLE SUPRAMOLECULAR HYDROGELS BASED ON CELLULOSE NANOCRYSTALS Xiuqiang ZHANG, Energy Research Institute, Henan Academy of Sciences, P.R. CHINA Co-authors: L. L. Dong, S. X. Ren, T. Z. Lei, Key Laboratory of Biomass Energy of Henan Provi, Zhengzhou, P.R. China; Q, L. Wu, Louisianan State University Agricultural Center, Usa

3CV.2.70 RECOVERY OF ALIPHATIC CARBOXYLIC ACIDS FROM BLACK LIQUOR Hemanathan KUMAR, University of Jyväskylä, Chemistry Dpt., FINLAND

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-author: R Alén, University of Jyväskylä, Finland

3CV.2.71 ALKALINE PEROXIDE OXIDATION PRETREATMENT OF CORN COB AND RICE HUSK FOR BIOCONVERSION INTO BIO-COMMODITIES: PART A- ENZYMATIC CONVERTIBILITY OF PRETREATED RICE HUSK TO REDUCING SUGAR Augustine AYENI, University of the Witwatersrand, Chemical Engineering, SOUTH AFRICA Co-authors: R Ogu, Covenant Univeristy, Ota, Nigeria; A. Awosusi, M. Daramola, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

3CV.2.72 EVALUATION OF BIOCHAR FROM GASIFICATION AND SLOW PYROLYSIS Lydia FRYDA, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Bioenergy and Energy Efficiency, THE NETHERLANDS Co-author: R. Visser, Energy Research of the Netherlands, Petten, The Netherlands

3CV.2.73 LIFE+12 ENV/IT000439 GREENWOOLF: GREEN HYDROLYSIS CONVERSION OF WOOL WASTES INTO ORGANIC NITROGEN FERTILISERS Marina ZOCCOLA, CNR, ISMAC Dpt., ITALY Co-authors: M. Simionati, R. Mossotti, A. Montarsolo, A. Patrucco, C. Tonin, CNR ISMAC, Biella, Italy; V. Ginevro, OBEM spa, Biella, Italy

3CV.2.74 CASTOR OIL AS FEEDSTOCK TO RECYCLE POST-CONSUMED CLOTHES AND ITS APPLICATION Amitkumar BAROT, V. P. & R. P. T. P. Science College, Industrial Chemistry Dpt., INDIA Co-authors: C. Patel, T. Panchal, J. Patel, V. Sinha, V. P. & R. P. T. P. Science College, Anand, INDIA

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 15:15 - 16:45 ORAL SESSION 1CO.9 Algae production chains and optimisation Room: Auditorium

CHAIRPERSONS: Lone BERG FREDERIKSEN, Danish Technological Institute, DENMARK Frédéric VOGEL, PSI - Paul Scherrer Institut, SWITZERLAND 1CO.9.1 MAXIMIZING THE HYDROGEN PRODUCTION IN ALGAL-BACTERIAL CULTURES BY THE OPTIMIZATION OF CULTURE CONDITIONS Gergely LAKATOS, Hungarian Academy of Science, Biological Research Center, Institute of Biochemistry, HUNGARY

1CO.9.2 A HIGH RATE TOP-LIT GAS-LIFT OPEN MICROALGAE BIOREACTOR THAT CAN UTILIZE INDUSTRIAL OFF-GAS TO ENHANCE PRODUCTIVITY AND ALLOW A REDUCED FOOTPRINT Nekoo SEYED HOSSEINI, Laurentian University, School of Engineering, CANADA Co-authors: H. Shang, J.A. Scott, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Canada; G.M. Ross, Northern Ontario School of Medicine, Sudbury, Canada

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-authors: Zs. Deák, I. Vass, G. Maróti, Biological Research Center, Szeged, Hungary; T. Rétfalvi, V. Ördög, University of West Hungary, Sopron, Hungary

1CO.9.3 APPLICATION OF ABS MEMBRANES IN DYNAMIC FILTRATION FOR MICROALGAE DEWATERING Monika HAPONSKA, Catalonia Institute for Energy Research / Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Bioenergy and Biofuels Dpt., SPAIN Co-authors: E. Clavero, C. Torras, Catalonia Institute for Energy Research, IREC, Tarragona, Spain; J. Salvadó, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain

1CO.9.4 USE OF MARINE MACROALGAE FOR THE TREATMENT OF MUNICIPAL WASTEWATERS AND BIOMASS PRODUCTION FOR BIOFUEL APPLICATIONS Pascale CHAMPAGNE, Queen’s University, Civil Engineering Dpt., CANADA Co-author: S. Ge, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada

1CO.9.5 LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT STUDY OF INTEGRATED MARINE ALGAE AND SALMON FARMING FOR BIOMETHANE PRODUCTION IN IRELAND Magdalena CZYRNEK-DELETRE, University College Cork, Environmental Research Institute, IRELAND Co-authors: J.D. Murphy, University College Cork, Ireland; S. Rocca, A. Agostini, J. Giuntoli, European Commission, DG JRC, Petten, The Netherlands

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 15:15 - 16:45 ORAL SESSION 4CO.10 How to create stable markets? Room: G102

CHAIRPERSONS: Laura LONZA, European Commission, DG JRC, ITALY Floor VAN DER HILST, Utrecht University, THE NETHERLANDS 4CO.10.1 ASSESSING STAKEHOLDER SUPPORT FOR DIFFERENT BIOFUEL OPTIONS IN FRANCE BY 2030: A RANGE BASED MULTI-ACTOR MULTI-CRITERIA MODEL Gino BAUDRY, University of Nantes, LEMNA, FRANCE

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-authors: C. Macharis, University of Brussels, Belgium; T. Vallée, University of Brussels, Nantes, France

4CO.10.2 THE CRITICAL ROLE OF NON-GROWER STAKEHOLDERS IN THE ENERGY CROPS VALUE CHAIN: AN AGENT-BASED MODELLING APPROACH TO EVALUATING TARGETED POLICY SUPPORT Rebecca MAWHOOD, Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy, UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: R. Slade, N. Shah, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom

4CO.10.3 RESHAPING THE BRAZIL’S POLICY FRAMEWORK TO ENHANCE BIOENERGY INNOVATION TECHNOLOGIES UNDER A LOW CARBON FUTURE Joana PORTUGAL PEREIRA, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Energy Planning Program, BRAZIL Co-authors: S. Hoffmann, A. Szklo, R. Schaeffer, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

4CO.10.4 BIOENERGY 4 BUSINESS - SOLID BIOMASS FOR HEAT PURPOSES IN BUSINESS SECTOR BARRIERES AND OPPORTUNITIES Torsten SCHMIDT-BAUM, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Bioenergy Systems, GERMANY

Co-authors: K. Bloche-Daub, D. Thrän, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany

4CO.10.5 SCENARIOS AND IMPLICATIONS OF BIOENERGY POLICY CHANGE Christiane HENNIG, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Bioenergy Systems Dpt., GERMANY

Co-authors: M. Dotzauer, A. Brosowski, V. Lenz, W. Stinner, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany; D. Thrän, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Leipzig, Germany

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 15:15 - 16:45 ORAL SESSION 3CO.11 Fundamental and mechanisms of pyrolysis Room: G103 CHAIRPERSONS: Paul DE WILD, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, THE NETHERLANDS Ursel HORNUNG, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, GERMANY 3CO.11.1 INFLUENCE OF THE CONDENSATION TEMPERATURE ON THE QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF FAST PYROLYSIS CONDENSATES Stefan CONRAD, Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, Biorefinery and Biofuels Dpt., GERMANY

3CO.11.2 PREDICTION OF BIOMASS PYROLYSIS CHAR AND VOLATILE MATTER YIELDS THROUGH UNIVERSAL CORRELATION WITH AROMATIC CARBON AND ALKALI/ALKALINE METAL CONTENTS Colin SNAPE, University of Nottingham, Faculty of Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: P. Jenkinson, T. Farrow, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom

3CO.11.3 EFFECT OF FEEDSTOCK DEMINERALIZATION ON THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF PYROLYSIS VAPOURS DERIVED FROM SUGARCANE RESIDUES IN PY-GC/MS Lizet RODRÍGUEZ-MACHÍN, Ghent University, Biosystems Engineering Dpt., BELGIUM

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-authors: T. Schulzke, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Oberhausen, Germany; C. Segura, UDT, Concepcion, Chile; M. Carrier, Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Co-authors: L.E. Arteaga-Pérez, Universidad de Concepción, Chile; R.A. Pérez-Bermúdez, Universidad Central Marta Abreu de Las Villas, Santa Clara, Cuba; J. Vercruysse, W. Prins, F. Ronsse, Ghent University, Gent, Belgium

3CO.11.4 ELUCIDATION OF THERMAL DECOMPOSITION PATHWAYS DURING THE VAPOR-PHASE CRACKING OF GUAIACOL AND ITS 4-ALKYL SUBSTITUTED DERIVATIVES Elmer LEDESMA, University of St. Thomas, Chemistry and Physics Dpt., USA Co-authors: J. Hoang, A. Mullery, University of St. Thomas, Houston, Usa

3CO.11.5 DETAILED REACTION SCHEMES AND PRODUCT CHARACTERIZATION APPLIED TO PYROLYSIS OF A SINGLE SPRUCE PARTICLE Andrés ANCA-COUCE, Graz University of Technology, Institute of Thermal Engineering, AUSTRIA

Co-authors: P. Sommersacher, Bioenergy 2020+, Graz, Austria; R. Scharler, C. Hochenauer, Graz University of Technology, Austria

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 15:15 - 16:45 ORAL SESSION ICO.12 Innovation in renewable gas production Room: G104

CHAIRPERSONS: Maurizio COCCHI, ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, ITALY Matthias KUBA, Bioenergy 2020+, AUSTRIA ICO.12.1 TWO-PHASE ANAEROBIC DIGESTION FOR BIOGAS PRODUCTION FROM DAIRY EFFLUENT---CSTR AND ABR IN SERIES Lars JÜRGENSEN, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Energy Technology Dpt., DENMARK

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-authors: J.B. Holm-Nielsen, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark; J. Born, Flensburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany; E.A. Ehimen, Aalborg University Esbjerg, Denmark

ICO.12.2 COMBINED EXERGETIC AND ECONOMICAL OPTIMIZATION OF POLYGENERATION FROM BIOGAS Laurence TOCK, L.E.E. Bio-Energy Concepts, LUXEMBOURG Co-author: C. Bouvy, L.E.E. Sàrl, Junglinster, Luxembourg

ICO.12.3 CO-PRODUCTION OF GREEN, HIGH QUALITY HYDROGEN AND BIO SNG USING ELECTROCHEMICAL HYDROGEN COMPRESSION Alexander GROOTJES, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Bio Energy, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: P.J. Bouwman, L.F.J.M Raymakers, HyET, Arnhem, The Netherlands; G. Aranda Almansa, C.M. van der Meijden, Energy Research Center of the Netherlands, Petten, The Netherlands

ICO.12.4 PROGRESS IN HYDROGEN PRODUCTION FROM PRODUCT GAS GENERATED BY DUAL FLUIDIZED BED BIOMASS STEAM GASIFICATION Michael KRAUSSLER, Bioenergy 2020+, Area Gasification Dpt., AUSTRIA Co-author: H. Hofbauer, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

ICO.12.5 THE POTENTIAL OF MICROBIAL POWER-TO-GAS - CASE STUDY IN BELGIUM Miet VAN DAEL, VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, BELGIUM Co-authors: N. Devriendt, S. Kreps, A. Virag, K. Kessels, VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, Mol, Belgium; F. De Wilde, OWS, Gent, Belgium; J. Vaes, Hydrogenics, Oevel, Belgium; K. Bosmans, CEE, Hamme-Mille, Belgium

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 15:15 - 16:45 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS 2CV.3 Improvements to biomass gasification systems and anaerobic digestion processes Room: Lounges

2CV.3.1 UTILIZATION OF PROCESS-OWN BIOGENEOUS CHARS FOR PRODUCER GAS UPGRADING - STUDIES ON ENHANCING PORE SIZE DISTRIBUTION AND SPECIFIC SURFACE AREA AND THEIR EFFECTS ON PAH ADSORPTION EFFICIENCY York NEUBAUER, TU Berlin, Institute of Energy Engineering, GERMANY Co-author: O.H. Elhami, TU Berlin, Germany

2CV.3.4 GASIFICATION CHARACTERISTICS OF SOLID AND LIQUID COMPONENTS OF SHOCHU (JAPANESE DISTILLED LIQUOR) RESIDUE IN SUPERCRITICAL WATER Yukihiko MATSUMURA, Hiroshima University, Division of Energy and Environmental Engineering, JAPAN

WEDNESDAY PM

CHAIRPERSONS: Wiebren DE JONG, Delft University of Technology, THE NETHERLANDS Sascha KERSTEN, University of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS Markus BOLHÀR-NORDENKAMPF, Valmet, AUSTRIA Lydia RACHBAUER, Bioenergy 2020+, AUSTRIA Ioana IONEL, Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara, ROMANIA

Co-authors: S. Inoue, P. Changsuwan, Y. Akeyama, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan; T. Inoue, Fukken Co., Hiroshima, Japan; Y. Kawai, Chuden Plant Co., Hiroshima, Japan; T. Noguchi, Toyo Koatsu Co., Hiroshima, Japan; H. Tanigawa, The Chugoku Electric Power Co., Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan

2CV.3.5 GASIFICATION CHARACTERISTICS OF ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE IN SUPERCRITICAL WATER Yukihiko MATSUMURA, Hiroshima University, Division of Energy and Environmental Engineering, JAPAN Co-author: S. Hirota, Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan

2CV.3.7 ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF THE BIOMASS GASIFICATION SYSTEM INTEGRATED WITH A SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL Amornchai ARPORNWICHANOP, Chulalongkorn University, Chemical Engineering Dpt., THAILAND Co-author: L. Simasatitkul, King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bang, Bangkok, Thailand

2CV.3.8 INFLUENCE OF CALCIUM-RICH COATINGS ON THE CATALYTIC ACTIVITY OF BED MATERIALS IN CO2-GASIFICATION OF BIOMASS Matthias KUBA, Bioenergy 2020+, AUSTRIA Co-authors: F.K. Kirnbauer, Bioenergy2020+, Wien, Austria; H.H. Hofbauer, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 2CV.3.9 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF CHAR FROM FOUR COMMERCIAL GASIFICATION SYSTEMS Francesco PATUZZI, Free University of Bolzano, Faculty of Science and Technology, ITALY

Co-authors: D. Prando, J. Ahmad, T. Mimmo, M. Baratieri, Free University of Bolzano, Italy

2CV.3.11 MODULAR BIOMASS POWER SYSTEMS TO FACILITATE FOREST FUEL REDUCTION EFFORTS Matthew SUMMERS, West Biofuels, USA

Co-authors: C. Liao, M. Hart, West Biofuels, Woodland, Usa; R. Seiser, R. Cattolica, University of California, San Diego, Usa; G. Faussone, INSER, Torino, Italy

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2CV.3.13 PRODUCER GAS FUELLED OPERATION OF A SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION Srinivasiah DASAPPA, Indian Institute of Science, Center for Sustainable Technologies, INDIA Co-authors: A. Shivapuji, A. Kumar, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, INDIA

2CV.3.14 WELL TO WHEEL - A CASE STUDY OF USAGE OF BEEMA BAMBOO AS A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY SOURCE Srinivasiah DASAPPA, Indian Institute of Science, Center for Sustainable Technologies, INDIA 2CV.3.15 CHAR-BASED SOLID ACID CATALYST FOR BIODIESEL PRODUCTION THROUGH ESTERIFICATION OF WASTE COOKING OIL Marco BARATIERI, Free University of Bolzano, Faculty of Science and Technology, ITALY Co-authors: J. Ahmad, F. Patuzzi, D. Prando, S. Vaklias, Free University of Bolzano, Italy; U. Rashid, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Malaysia

2CV.3.16 FIRST SCIENTIFIC RESULTS WITH THE NOVEL DUAL FLUIDIZED BED GASIFICATION TEST FACILITY AT TU WIEN Johannes Christian SCHMID, TU Wien, Institute of Chemical Engineering, AUSTRIA Co-authors: S. Müller, H. Hofbauer, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria

2CV.3.17 THERMODYNAMIC EVALUATION OF ANAEROBIC DIGESTION AND INTEGRATED GASIFICATION FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT AND ENERGY PRODUCTION WITHIN WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS Karla DUSSAN, National University of Ireland, Mechanical Engineering Dpt., IRELAND Co-authors: R. Monaghan, Q. Yang, X. Zhan, R. Monaghan, National University of Ireland Galway, Ireland

2CV.3.18 EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON THE GASIFICATION OF THE RESIDUES FROM PRUNE OF APPLE TREES WITH A SPOUTED BED REACTOR Dario BOVE, Free University of Bolzano, Faculty of Science and Technology, ITALY 108

Co-authors: C. Moliner, B. Bosio, E. Arato, University of Genoa, DICCA, Italy; M. Curti, G. Rovero, Polytechnic University of Turin, DISAT, Italy; M. Baratieri, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy


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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 2CV.3.20 SCRUBBER OIL RECOVERY IN SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE BIOMASS GASIFICATION SYSTEMS Laura MALEK, Lund University, Chemical Engineering Dpt., SWEDEN

Co-authors: C. Hulteberg, H. Svensson, Lund University, Sweden; H. Hofbauer, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

2CV.3.21 CONCEPTION OF A LABORATORY SCALE FIXED-BED GASIFIER OPERATING AT CONDITIONS UP TO 950 °C AND 20 BAR Stephanie HAUSCHILD, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Biorefineries Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: A.H. Herrmann, M.K. Klemm, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany

Co-authors: N. Cerone, L. Contuzzi, G. Cornacchia, A. Molino, ENEA, Rotondella, Italy; M. Pellizza, Ansaldo Energia, Genova, Italy; P. Perri, G. Santilli, S. Senatore, M. Soriano, VARAT, Castrovillari, Italy

2CV.3.23 SUITABILITY ANALYSIS OF RESIDUAL BIOMASS IN COLOMBIA FOR GASIFICATION IN FLUIDIZED BED Sonia L. RINCON PRAT, National University of Colombia, Mechanical and Mechatronics Engineering Dpt., COLOMBIA

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2CV.3.22 BIOMASS GASIFICATION PILOT PLANT WITH -STAGED- TECHNOLOGY AT ENEA RESEARCH CENTER OF TRISAIA, (MT) - ITALY Giovanni STOPPIELLO, ENEA Research Centre, Energy Technologies Dpt., ITALY

Co-authors: L.E. Cáceres Martínez, D.A. Tibocha Guzmán, National University of Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia

2CV.3.25 MODIFIED DIESEL ENGINE FUELED BY SYNGAS: MODELING AND EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION Simone PEDRAZZI, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, of Engineering “Enzo Ferrari” - Bio Energy Efficiency Laboratory (BEELAB), ITALY Co-authors: G. Allesina, N. Morselli, M. Puglia, C.A. Rinaldini, T. Savioli, E. Mattarelli, L. Giorgini, P. Tartarini, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Modena, Italy; University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

2CV.3.26 COMBINED BIOMASS GASIFICATION AND ANAEROBIC DIGESTION FOR THE SYNERGIC EFFECT IN POWER PRODUCTION FOR THE LOCAL APPLICATION Krystian BUTLEWSKI, Institute of Technology and Life Sciences, Renewable Energy Sources Dpt., POLAND 2CV.3.27 EFFECT OF MOISTURE CONTENT ON WOOD GASIFICATION GENERATOR WITH TWO SMALL SPARK IGNITION ENGINES Hiroshi ENOMOTO, Kanazawa University, College of Science and Engineering, JAPAN

Co-authors: M. Maeda, N. Hieda, Y. Teraoka, Kanazawa University, Ishikawa, Japan; T. Sakamaki, K. Ou, J. Gonzalez, M. Araki, Gunma University, Japan

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 2CV.3.31 ENHANCED GASIFICATION OF WOODY BIOMASS IN OXYGEN-ENRICHED ENVIRONMENT Veronica BELANDRIA, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Institut de Combustion Aérothermique Réactivité, FRANCE

Co-authors: J. Kandasamy, I. Gökalp, ICARE, CNRS, France; S. Bostyn, ICARE, CNRS/IUT, Université Orléans, France; P. Escot Bocanegra, C. Klett, A. Khacef, GREMI,CNRS et Université d’Orléans, France

2CV.3.32 AGGLOMERATION IN FLUIDIZED BED GASIFICATION OF BIOMASS Wenli SONG, Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, State Key Laboratory of Multi Phase Complex Systems, P.R. CHINA

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Co-authors: T. Ma, C. Fan, S. Li, Institute of Process Engineering, Beijing, P.R. China; W. Lin, Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineerin, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark

2CV.3.34 HYBRID BIOMASS-METHANE THERMOCHEMICAL PROCESSING FOR HIGH CONVERSION AND SELECTIVITY TO H2 AND CO Aaron PALUMBO, University of Colorado at Boulder, Chemical and Biological Engineering Dpt., USA Co-author: A.W. Weimer, University of Colorado, Boulder, Usa

2CV.3.36 1000 KWTH GASIFICATION PILOT PLANT WITH IN-VESSEL HIGH TEMPERATURE GAS FILTRATION Donatella BARISANO, ENEA Research Centre, UTTRI Trisaia, ITALY 2CV.3.38 STEAM GASIFICATION OF BIOMASS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF SYNGAS SUITABLE FOR METHANATION Max SCHMID, University of Stuttgart, Institut of Combustion and Power Plant Technology, GERMANY 2CV.3.39 THERMODYNAMIC MODEL OF SYNGAS IMPURITIES IN GAS CLEANING AND UPGRADING UNITS OF BIOMASS GASIFICATION PROCESS Wei WAN, Royal Institute of Technology, SWEDEN Co-authors: W. Yang, K. Engvall, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden; R. Backman, Umeå University, Sweden

2CV.3.42 GASIFICATION OF TORREFIED BIOMASS WITH CARBON DIOXIDE IN A FLUIDIZED BED Keng-Tung WU, National Chung Hsing University, Department of Forestry, TAIWAN

Co-authors: Y. S. Shih, K. C. Yang, K. Manatura, National Chung Hsing University, Taichung, Taiwan

2CV.3.43 CATALYTIC GASIFICATION OF BIOMASS BY MODIFIED RED MUD EXTRACT Tian QI, Tianjin University, Henan Key Lab of Biomass Energy, P.R. CHINA Co-authors: T. Lei, Z. Wang, Tianjin University, Zhengzhou, P.R. China; G. Chen, B. Yan, Tianjin University, P.R. China

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 2CV.3.45 IS THERMO-CHEMICAL CONVERSION PROCESS OF BIOMASS - A ROUTE FOR FUEL CELL APPLICATION? Srinivasiah DASAPPA, Indian Institute of Science, Center for Sustainable Technologies, INDIA 2CV.3.47 ASH PROPERTIES FROM CYNARA CARDUNCULUS L. GASIFICATION Daniel SERRANO GARCÍA, Carlos III University of Madrid, Thermal and Fluid Engineering Dpt., SPAIN

Co-authors: S. Sánchez-Delgado, Carlos III University of Madrid, Leganés, Spain; M. Kwapinska, J.J. Leahy, University of Limerick, Ireland

Co-authors: S. Sánchez-Delgado, Carlos III University of Madrid, Leganés, Spain; M. Kwapinska, A. Horvat, J.J. Leahy, University of Limerick, Ireland

2CV.3.50 VALORIZATION OF DRY ORANGE PEEL RESIDUES BY GASIFICATION PROCESS Vitaliano CHIODO, CNR-ITAE, ITALY

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2CV.3.48 MAGNESITE AND OLIVINE PERFORMANCE DURING CYNARA CARDUNCULUS L. GASIFICATION: GAS AND TAR ANALYSIS Daniel SERRANO GARCÍA, Carlos III University of Madrid, Thermal and Fluid Engineering Dpt., SPAIN

Co-authors: S. Maisano, G. Zafarana, F. Urbani, S. Freni, CNR-ITAE, Messina, Italy; A. Galvagno, M. Prestipino, University of Messina, Italy

2CV.3.51 ENERGY AND EXERGY ANALYSIS OF SYNGAS PRODUCTION VIA BIOMASS GASIFICATION Mahrokh SAMAVATI, Royal Institute of Technology, Energy Technology Dpt., SWEDEN

Co-authors: V. Nemanova, A. Martin, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden; M. Santarelli, Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy

2CV.3.53 TARS FROM FLUIDIZED BED GASIFICATION OF RAW AND TORREFIED BIOMASS AND STUDY OF POST SAMPLING TREATMENT OF SOLID PHASE ADSORPTION ON TAR YIELDS Alen HORVAT, University of Limerick, Chemical and Environmental Sciences Dpt., IRELAND Co-authors: M. Kwapinska, G. Xue, W. Kwapinski, J.J. Leahy, University of Limerick, Ireland

2CV.3.54 SIMULATION ACTIVITIES FOR THE PSEUDO-EQUILIBRIUM MODELLING OF THE GASIFICATION OF AGRICULTURAL RESIDUES Dario BOVE, Free University of Bolzano, Faculty of Science and Technology, ITALY

Co-authors: C. Moliner, B. Bosio, E. Arato, University of Genova, Italy; A. Ribes, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain

2CV.3.59 HYDRODYNAMIC BEHAVIOR OF NOVEL INTERCONNECTED FLUIDIZED BEDS FOR BIOMASS GASIFICATION WITH CO2 CAPTURE SIMULTANEOUSLY Keng-Tung WU, National Chung Hsing University, Department of Forestry, TAIWAN Co-authors: Y.P. Chyou, Y.C. Tung, C.J. Tsai; P.C. Chen, H.T. Hsu, Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Taoyuan, Taiwan

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 2CV.3.60 THERMOCHEMICAL GASIFICATION OF CHAR FROM BIOMASS WITH SUBSEQUENT COMBUSTION FOR HEAT SUPPLY IN ENDOTHERMAL BIOMASS CONVERSION PROCESSES Stefanie REIL, Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, Thermal Process Technology Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: S. Beer, Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Amberg-Weiden, Amberg, Germany; M. Meiler, C. Ultsch, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Germany; A. Hornung, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg, Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Germany

2CV.3.63 DEVELOPMENT OF NICKEL BASED CATALYST FOR BIOMASS TAR STEAM REFORMING TO PRODUCE HIGH QUALITY SYNGAS Japhet OLADIPO, University of Leeds, School of Chemical and Process Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-authors: P.T. Williams, M.A. Nahil, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

2CV.3.64 MICROBIAL POPULATION DYNAMICS AT RISING NITROGEN CONCENTRATIONS OF CONTINUOUSLY FED LEACH BED REACTORS FOR ANAEROBIC DIGESTION Lisa ROTHE, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering, GERMANY Co-authors: K. Beinersdorf, N. Krakat, Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering, Potsdam, Germany

2CV.3.65 TORREFIED BIOMASS AS A BIOFILM SUPPORT FOR ANAEROBIC DIGESTION Mark MCCORMICK, HEIG-VD, Industrial Bioenergy systems, SWITZERLAND Co-authors: P. Principi, University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland, Manno, Switzerland; J.-B. Michel, University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland, Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland

2CV.3.69 ANAEROBIC CO-DIGESTION OF OFMSW AND OMMSW-SP Nely CARRERAS, CIEMAT, Environment Department, SPAIN

Co-authors: J.M. Peña, CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain; S. Ramos, Etsi de Minas Y Energía, Madrid, Spain

2CV.3.71 MICROBIAL POPULATION DYNAMICS IN CONTINUOUS REACTORS OPERATING CLOSE TO OVERLOADING WITH WHEY, CATTLE MANURE AND FISH ENSILAGE Roar LINJORDET, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, NORWAY

Co-authors: L. Paruch, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Ås, Norway; V. Vivekanand, Centre for Energy and Environment, Malaviya Nation, Rajasthan, India; H. Holo, S.J. Horn, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway

2CV.3.72 THE STUDY OF MICROBE DISTRIBUTION EFFECT OF BIOGAS REFLUX IN TWOPHASE ANAEROBIC DIGESTION SYSTEM Yiwen LIANG, China University of Beijing, Institute of New Energy, P.R. CHINA Co-authors: L. Liang, J. Jiang, N. Nie, Zh. Zhou, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, P.R. China

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 2CV.3.73 RESEARCH AND SIMULATION ON ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF VEGETABLE WASTES Ying ZHOU, Rostock University, Faculty of Agricultural and Environment Sciences, GERMANY Co-authors: N. Engler, M. Nelles, Rostock University, Germany; H. Jiang, C.M. Xu, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, P.R. China

2CV.3.78 PIG FARM BIOGAS RECOVERY FROM A PIG FARM Ioana IONEL, Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara, Mechanical Engineering Dpt., ROMANIA Co-authors: A. Wachter, M. Wachter, Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara, Romania

Co-authors: A. Signorini, G. Massini, D. Pizzichini, ENEA, Roma, Italy; M. Fenice, Tuscia University, Viterbo, Italy

2CV.3.83 ENERGY BALANCE AND LOGISTICS CONCEPT WITH REGARD TO CO2EMISSIONS Harald WEIGAND, Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen - University, Life Science Engineering, GERMANY

WEDNESDAY PM

2CV.3.79 SELF-FERMENTATION: INNOVATIVE PRETREATMENT FOR USE HIGH CONCENTRATION OF OLIVE MILL WASTEWATER IN ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PLANT Giuseppe LEMBO, ENEA Research Centre, Biomass and Biotechnology for Energy, ITALY

Co-authors: U. Theilen, Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen - University, Giessen, Germany

2CV.3.91 DIRECT INTERNAL REFORMING OF BIOGAS IN SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELL Seyed Ali SAADABADI, Delft University of Technology, Process and Energy Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: L. Fan, P.V. Aravind, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

2CV.3.95 LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT AND COST OF A SEWAGE SLUDGE BIOGAS PLANT IN NORWAY Carine LAUSSELET, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Energy and Process Engineering Dpt., NORWAY Co-authors: F. Cherubini, A.H. Strømman, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; P.K. Rørstad, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway; T. Briseid, Bioforsk, Ås, Norway

2CV.3.97 CO2 INTEGRATION IN HIGH TEMPERATURE STEAM GASIFICATION (HTSG) OF SOLID FUELS AND BLENDS WITH WASTE. Vasiliki SKOULOU, The University of Hull, School of Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: E. Kantarelis, W. Yang, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

2CV.3.99 HIGH TEMPERATURE ALKALI REMOVAL IN BIOMASS GASIFIER-SOFC SYSTEMS Alessandro CAVALLI, Delft University of Technology, Process and Energy Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS Co-author: P. V. Aravind, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 2CV.3.102 MODELLING OF CO-GASIFICATION OF BIOMASS AND COW DUNG IN A DOWNDRAFT GASIFIER Junxi JIA, Harbin Engineering University, College of Power and Energy Engineering, P.R. CHINA 2CV.3.103 OPTIMIZATION OF BIOGAS PRODUCTION IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT PROCESS WITH MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR Heikki SÄRKKÄ, Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences, Energy and Environmental Engineering Dpt., FINLAND Co-author: H. Soininen, Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences, Finland

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17:00 - 18:30 ORAL SESSION 2CO.13 Optimization of solid biofuels value chains through logistics and plant operation Room: Auditorium CHAIRPERSONS: Kay SCHAUBACH, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, GERMANY Eija ALAKANGAS, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, FINLAND 2CO.13.1 FUEL QUALITY OF WOOD CHIPS - CHEMICAL ELEMENTS AND FUEL INDEXES Daniel KUPTZ, Technology and Support Centre of Renewable Raw Materials, Solid Biofuels Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: E. Dietz, U. Blum, F. Schulmeyer, H. Borchert, Bavarian State Institute of Forestry, Freising, Germany; H. Hartmann, Technology and Support Center, Straubing, Germany

2CO.13.2 PARAMETRIC STUDY OF SELF-HEATING PROPERTIES IN WOODY BIOMASS SAMPLES Katarina RUPAR-GADD, Linnaeus University, Built Environment and Energy Technology Dpt., SWEDEN 2CO.13.3 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT OF LARGE SCALE STORAGE OF WOOD PRUNINGS TO AVOID QUALITY CHANGES Eva LÓPEZ HERNÁNDEZ, CIRCE Foundation, Natural Resources and Biomass, SPAIN

Co-authors: R. Jirjis, SLU, Uppsala, Sweden; J. Kern, C. Idler, S. Germer, ATB, Potsdam, Germany; F. Sebastián, CIRCE Foundation, Zaragoza, Spain

2CO.13.4 VEPAK - INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS RAMPING FIREWOOD PACKING PRODUCTIVITY Helmer BELBO, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Forestry and Forest Resources Dpt., NORWAY 114

Co-authors: S. Gjølsjø, E. Nordhagen, The Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Ås, Norway


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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 2CO.13.5 STREAMLINING MAINTENANCE PROCESSES TO INCREASE EFFICIENCY AND LOWER COSTS Holger STREETZ, Bathan, GERMANY Co-author: I. Williams, BVG AG, Cham, Usa

17:00 - 18:30 ORAL SESSION 4CO.14 Resource efficiency in biomass value chains Room: G102

4CO.14.1 S2BIOM PROJECT: EVIDENCE BASED INFORMATION FOR THE SUSTAINABLE NON-FOOD BIOMASS SUPPLY FOR THE BBIOBASED ECONOMY BY 2030 IN EUROPE Ludger WENZELIDES, Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe, European and International Cooperation Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: C. Panoutsou, Imperial College, London, United Kingdom; B. Elbersen, Alterra, Wageningen, The Netherlands; M. Dees, University of Freiburg, Germany; D. van den Berg, B.T.G. Biomass Technology Group, Enschede, The Netherlands; B. Annevelink, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands; U. Fritsche, IINAS, Darmstadt, Germany; L. Pelkmans, VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, Mol, Belgium; H. Mozaffarian, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Petten, The Netherlands; P. Canciani, Central European Initiative, Trieste, Italy; C. Khawaja, WIPRenewable Energies, Munich, Germany

WEDNESDAY PM

CHAIRPERSONS: Luc PELKMANS, VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, BELGIUM Calliope PANOUTSOU, Imperial College London, UNITED KINGDOM

4CO.14.2 REED CANARYGRASS (PHALARIS ARUNDINACEA) FOR LOCAL, SUSTAINABLE ENERGY CROP PRODUCTION ON NON-AGRICULTURAL MARGINAL LANDS Richard LORD, University of Strathclyde, Civil & Environmental Engineering Dpt., UNITED KINGDOM 4CO.14.3 PRUNING TO ENERGY: A CASE STUDY ON SOCIAL AND ECOLOGICAL BENEFITS OF A VALUE CHAIN Wolf-Anno BISCHOFF, TerrAquat, GERMANY

Co-authors: C. K端pfer, Nuertingen-Geislingen University, N端rtingen, Germany; S. Schleicher, Gutachterb端ro TerrAquat, N端rtingen, Germany; P. Bukowski, A. Dyjakon, WrocBaw University of Environmental and Life Science, Wroclaw, Poland

4CO.14.4 A TOOL FOR OPTIMIZING THE MATCH BETWEEN LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS AND CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES Tijs LAMMENS, BTG Biomass Technology Group, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: M. Vis, D. van den Berg, BTG Biomass Technology Group, Enschede, The Netherlands; B. Elbersen, B. Vanmeulebrouk, I. Staritsky, H. de Groot, E. Annevelink, W. Elbersen, Wageningen UR, DLO, Wageningen, The Netherlands; E. Alakangas, VTT Technical Research Center of Finland, Finland

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 4CO.14.5 IMPACTS OF A LARGE WOOD-BASED BIOREFINERY PLANT ON MARKETS, LAND USE AND CARBON SEQUESTRATION IN NORWAY Rafal CHUDY, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ecology and Natural Resource Management Dpt., NORWAY

Co-authors: H.K. Sjølie, B. Solberg, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway; G.S. Latta, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Usa

17:00 - 18:30 ORAL SESSION 3CO.15 Hydrothermal liquefaction Room: G103

WEDNESDAY PM

CHAIRPERSONS: Wim VAN SWAAIJ, University of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS Ralph OVEREND, Nextfuels Biomass and Bioenergy, CANADA 3CO.15.1 HYDROTHERMAL LIQUEFACTION OF BIOMASS FOR CHEMICALS Kati GÖRSCH, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Biorefineries Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: M. Kröger, M. Klemm, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany

3CO.15.2 BATCH VS CONTINUOUS HYDROTHERMAL LIQUEFACTION OF FOOD PROCESSING RESIDUES APPLIED TO BLACKCURRANT POMACE Geert HAARLEMMER, CEA-LITEN, DTBH Dpt., FRANCE

Co-authors: M. Déniel, A. Roubaud, CEA-LITEN, Grenoble, France; E. Weiss-Hortala, J. Fages, Ecole des Mines d’Albi - Rapsodee Research Center, Albi, France

3CO.15.3 EFFECT OF AQUEOUS PHASE RECYCLING IN CONTINUOUS HYDROTHERMAL LIQUEFACTION Maika KLEMMER, Aarhus University, Chemistry Dpt., DENMARK

Co-authors: P.S. Christensen, A.J. Mørup, K. Houlberg, E. Lappa, R.B. Madsen, J. Becker, M. Glasius, B.B. Iversen, Aarhus University, Denmark

3CO.15.4 REMOVAL OF NITROGEN AND ASH CONTENTS FROM HIGH PROTEIN CONTAINING BIOMASS FOR BIO-CRUDE PRODUCTION THROUGH HYDROTHERMAL LIQUEFACTION Saqib TOOR, Aalborg University, Energy Technology Dpt., DENMARK

Co-authors: C. Xu, Western University, London, Canada; I. Sintamarean, L. Rosendahl, Aalborg University, Denmark

3CO.15.5 STORAGE STABILITY OF BIO-OILS DERIVED FROM CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF KRAFT LIGNIN IN SUBCRITICAL WATER Huyen NGUYEN LYCKESKOG, Chalmers University of Technology, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Dpt., SWEDEN Co-authors: C. Mattsson, H. Theliander, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 17:00 - 18:30 ORAL SESSION ICO.16 Making biorefineries commercial Room: G104 CHAIRPERSONS: Stefan RUYTERS, Ghent Bio-Economy Valley, BELGIUM Nathalie DEVRIENDT, VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, BELGIUM ICO.16.1 RESULTS OF THE ISO-BUTANOL ROTTERDAM PLATFORM PROJECT Jan Wilco DIJKSTRA, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Biomass and Energy Efficiency Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

ICO.16.2 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENTS OF CHEMICALS FROM A NORWEGIAN WOOD-BASED BIOREFINERY Ingunn Saur MODAHL, Ostfold Research, NORWAY

Co-authors: A. Brekke, C. Valente, E. Soldal, Ostfold Research, Fredrikstad, Norway; K.G. Gyllensten, Borregaard, Sarpsborg, Norway

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-authors: W.J.J. Huijgen, J.W. van Hal, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Petten, The Netherlands; A.J.J. Straathof, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands; A. Lopez-Contreras, Wageningen UR, The Netherlands; H.F. Zirkzee, Zirk Technology, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands; W. Wermink, Procede Group, Enschede, The Netherlands; C.A. Ramirez-Ramirez, Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development, Utrecht, The Netherlands

ICO.16.3 SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION OF INNOVATIVE BIOBASED INGREDIENTS FOR COSMETIC PRODUCTS Sule ADAM, SUPREN, GERMANY Co-authors: S. Tlatlik, A. Gottschalk, SUPREN, Dortmund, Germany

ICO.16.4 AVIATION BIOFUELS: A NOVEL LIGNIN-BASED BIOREFINING ROUTE TO PARAFFINIC FUELS David CHIARAMONTI, University of Florence, RE-CORD, Industrial Engineering Dpt., ITALY Co-authors: S. Redaelli, P. Palmisano, Biochemtex, Tortona, Italy; M. Buffi, University of Florence, RE-CORD, Italy

ICO.16.5 PROCESS SIMULATION AND SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT DURING CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF NEW BIOECONOMY VALUE CHAINS - RESULTS OF THE BIOECONOMY CLUSTER PROJECT Stefan MAJER, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Biofuels Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: A. Gröngröft, R. Nitzsche, M. Budzinski, F. Müller-Langer, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany; A. Bezama, A. Siebert, J. Hildebrand, D. Thrän, UFZ, Leipzig, Germany

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 17:00 - 18:30 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS 1CV.4 Algae production systems Room: Lounges CHAIRPERSONS: Stefania ROCCA, European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport, THE NETHERLANDS Matteo PRUSSI, University of Florence, RE-CORD, ITALY 1CV.4.2 ALGAE FOR ENERGY? AN ENERGETIC BALANCE AND A COMPARISON WITH OTHER ENERGY CROPS. Matteo PRUSSI, University of Florence, RE-CORD, ITALY

WEDNESDAY PM

Co-authors: D. Casini, D. Chiaramonti, RE-CORD/UNIFI, Florence, Italy

1CV.4.3 METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES FOR LCA OF ALGAE-BASED PRODUCTS IN A BIOREFINERY CONTEXT Anna EKMAN NILSSON, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Food and Bioscience Dpt., SWEDEN Co-authors: C. Cederberg, J. Mayers, E. Albers, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden

1CV.4.4 PRODUCING TRANSPORTATION BIOFUELS FROM ALGAE: ENERGY BALANCE AND GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS Stefania ROCCA, European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: A. Agostini, J. Giuntoli, European Commission, DG JRC, Petten, The Netherlands; L. Marelli, European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy

1CV.4.8 MICROALGAE PRODUCTION FOR BIODIESEL IN COLD CLIMATES THROUGH UTILIZATION OF INDUSTRIAL WASTE HEAT AND CO2 EMISSIONS Corey LAAMANEN, Laurentian University, Bharti School of Engineering, CANADA Co-authors: S. Muinonen, Sudbury Integrated Nickel Operations (Glencore), Sudbury, Ontario, Canada; H. Shang, J.A. Scott, Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada; G.M. Ross, Northern Ontario School of Medicine, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

1CV.4.16 DESIGNING AN INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGICAL PLATFORM CENTERED ON MICROALGAE TO RECOVER ORGANIC WASTE AND OBTAIN MULTIPLE BIOPRODUCTS Matteo FRANCAVILLA, University of Foggia, Department of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Science, ITALY Co-authors: S. Intini, M. Monteleone, University of Foggia, ITALY

1CV.4.17 MICROALGAE BIOMASS CULTURING IN MIXED WASTEWATERS WITH DIFFERENT CO2 CONCENTRATIONS Xiaoling MIAO, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, School of Life Sciences & Biotechnology, P.R. CHINA

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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2016 1CV.4.35 FEEDBACK SYSTEM CONTROL (FSC) BASED OPTIMIZATION OF LIPID PRODUCTION BY B. BRAUNII Michael RABL, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Engineering and Environmental Sciences Dpt., AUSTRIA Co-authors: L. Sabet, G. Haulot, C.-M. Ho, University of California, Los Angeles, Usa

1CV.4.40 RACEWAY AND BUBBLE COLUMN PHOTOBIOREACTORS FOR BIOMASS PRODUCTION OF CHLORELLA PYRENOIDOSA USING SECONDARILY TREATED SEWAGE Sebastián SÁNCHEZ VILLASCLARAS, University of Jaén, Chemical Engineering, Environmental and Materials Dpt., SPAIN Co-authors: R. Orpez, M. Valdivia, M.P. Paton, L. Cartas, R. Pacheco, Jaen University, Spain; G. Hodaifa, Pablo De Olavides University, Seville, Spain; M.E. Martinez, Granada University, Spain

EUBCE Dinner WEDNESDAY PM

20:00

This year the EUBCE Dinner will take place in Café Restaurant de Kroon Join your fellow attendees for an evening of excellent food and networking! Wednesday 8th June 2016 from 8.00 p.m A shuttle bus transfer will be organised starting at RAI Amsterdam Limited number of tickets available at registration desk

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 Programme Outline

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2DO.1 T2.6

4DO.2 T4.3

3DO.3 T3.3

1DV.1 T1.3

3DO.6 T3.3

3DV.2 T3.1

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2DO.4 T2.6

4DO.5 T4.3

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2DO.7 T2.6

4DO.8 T4.3

3DO.9 T3.1

3DV.3 T3.2/3.3

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EXHIBITION

08:30

Conference Closing

Keynote presentation The highlights of the conference Panel discussion Student awards 2016 - Poster awards 2016 Conclusions

1 Biomass Resources T1.3 Biomass crops and energy grasses 2 Biomass Conversion Technologies for Heating, Cooling and Electricity T2.6 Anaerobic digestion for biogas production 3 Biomass Conversion Technologies for liquid and gaseous fuels, chemicals and materials T3.1 Production of thermally treated solid biofuels T3.2 Pyrolysis and other biomass liquefaction technologies T3.3 Oil-based biofuels 4 Biomass Policies, Markets and Sustainability T4.3 Environmental impacts of bioenergy

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 08:30 - 10:00 ORAL SESSION 2DO.1 Biogas plant assesment and computational models Room: Auditorium CHAIRPERSONS: Bernhard DROSG, Bioenergy2020+, AUSTRIA Alessandro AGOSTINI, ENEA-Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and the Environment, ITALY 2DO.1.1 SELECTION OF IN-SITU DESULFURIZERS FOR CHICKEN MANURE BIOGAS AND PREDICTION OF DOSAGE Jiang HAO, China University of Petroleum, Institute of New Energy, P.R. CHINA Co-authors: T. Li, H. Nie, H. Zhou, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, P.R. China

2DO.1.3 ANALYSIS OF THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ACTUAL DATA AND USEPA, UNFCCC AND IPCC METHODOLOGIES FOR ESTIMATING LANDFILL METHANE GENERATION POTENTIAL Paulo WANDER, Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos, Mechanical Engineering Graduate Program, BRAZIL Co-authors: R.R. Medeiros, L.A.S. Miranda, Unisinos, São Leopoldo, Brazil

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2DO.1.2 PATHWAY ANALYSIS OF ANAEROBIC DIGESTION WITH 13C STABLE ISOTOPE LABELED ACETATE UNDER DIFFERENT RATIO OF CARBON TO NITROGEN Yiwen LIANG, China University of Beijing, Institute of New Energy, P.R. CHINA

2DO.1.4 ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF RICOTTA CHEESE WHEY: EFFECT OF PHASE SEPARATION ON METHANE PRODUCTION AND MICROBIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE Giuseppe LEMBO, ENEA Research Centre, biomass and biotechnology for energy, ITALY Co.Authors: G. Massini, V. Mazzurco Maritania, C. Felici, G. Tuccini, A. Signorini, ENEA, Rome, ITALY; M. Fenice, Tuscia University, Rome, ITALY

2DO.1.5 EVALUATION OF A SIMPLE HEAT TRANSFER- AND BIOGAS PRODUCTION MODEL FOR ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS OF VARIOUS DESIGNS Simon Vilms PEDERSEN, University of Southern Denmark, Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology & Environmental Technology Dpt., DENMARK

Co-authors: J. Martí-Herrero, Centre Internacional de Métodes Numérics en Enginy, Barcelona, Spain; S.G. Sommer, S.D. Hafner, University of Southern Denmark, Odense M, Denmark

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 08:30 - 10:00 ORAL SESSION 4DO.2 GHG balances and soil impacts of non-forest biomass Room: G102 CHAIRPERSONS: Uwe R. FRITSCHE, IINAS, GERMANY Berien ELBERSEN, Alterra, THE NETHERLANDS 4DO.2.1 CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT OF ALTERNATIVE TRANSPORT FUELS: ADVANCED BIOFUELS AND ELECTRICITY FROM RESIDUAL BIOMASS Jacopo GIUNTOLI, European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: A. Agostini, European Commission, DG JRC, Petten, The Netherlands; R. Suarez-Bertoa, L. Marelli, European Commission, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy

4DO.2.2 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF ILUC MITIGATION Birka WICKE, Utrecht University, Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, THE NETHERLANDS

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Co-authors: S. Gerssen-Gondelach, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; A. Faaij, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

4DO.2.3 BIOGASDONERIGHT® MODEL: SOIL CARBON SEQUESTRATION AND EFFICIENCY IN AGRICULTURE Guido BEZZI, CIB-Consorzio Italiano Biogas e Gassificazione, Agronomy Area Dpt., ITALY Co-authors: L. Maggioni, C. Pieroni, CIB-Consorzio Italiano Biogas e Gassificazione, Lodi, Italy

4DO.2.4 ASSESSMENT OF SOIL ORGANIC CARBON CAPTURE OF GIANT REED AND POPLAR SRC WITH FOUR DIFFERENT N-FERTILIZATION REGIMES Enrico CEOTTO, CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, ITALY Co-authors: F. Castelli, CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Bovolone, Italy; A. Moschella, M. Diozzi, M. Di Candilo, CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Bologna, Italy

4DO.2.5 ANALYSIS THE POTENTIAL OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND CARBON EMISSION REDUCTION OF CASSAVA-BASED FUEL ETHANOL AT THE REGIONAL SCALE IN GUANGXI, CHINA Mengmeng HAO, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research, P.R. CHINA Co-authors: D. Jiang, F.Y. Ding, IGSNRR, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, P.R. China

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 08:30 - 10:00 ORAL SESSION 3DO.3 Production and evaluation of oil-based biofuels Room: G103 CHAIRPERSONS: Dimitrios SIDIRAS, University of Piraeus, GREECE Mika LAIHANEN, Lappeenranta University of Technology, FINLAND 3DO.3.1 ENHANCING BIODIESEL PRODUCTION VIA HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSIS TRANSESTERIFICATION BY USING PHYSICAL PROCESSES: MICROWAVE AND ULTRASOUND UTILIZATION. Alessandro BLASI, ENEA Research Centre, Energy Technologies Dpt., ITALY Co-authors: E. Viola, V. Valerio, A. Molino, ENEA, Rotondella, Italy; A. Verardi, University of Calabria, Rende, Italy

Co-authors: T. Khethane, L. Radebe, K. Mashamaite, C. Schabort, S. Marx, North West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa

3DO.3.3 EVALUATION OF COMBUSTION BEHAVIOR OF RENEWABLE JET FUEL IN A COMBUSTOR RIG: INFLUENCE OF HEFA AND ITS BLENDS ON FLAME STABILITY AND EMISSIONS COMPARED TO AVIATION KEROSENE Marco BUFFI, CREAR/RE-CORD, ITALY

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3DO.3.2 EVALUATION OF COTTONSEED OIL AS CO-FEEDSTOCK FOR THE HYDROPROCESSING OF PETROLEUM MIDDLE DISTILLATES FOR DIESEL FUEL PRODUCTION Roelf VENTER, North West University, Chemical and Minerals Engineering Dpt., SOUTH AFRICA

Co-authors: D. Chiaramonti, CREAR/RE-CORD, University of Florence, Italy; A. Valera-Medina, J. Runyon, D. Pugh, A. Giles, R. Marsh, Gas Turbine Research Centre, Cardiff University, United Kingdom

3DO.3.4 USING NOVEL METHODS (MICROWAVE AND SONOCHEMISTRY FOR CONVERTING BIOMASS TO BIOFUELS) Aharon GEDANKEN, Bar-Ilan University, Chemistry Dpt., ISRAEL 3DO.3.5 HYDROTHERMAL CONVERSION OF LINOLEIC ACID AND ETHANOL FOR BIOFUEL PRODUCTION Nolven GUILHAUME, IRCELYON -CNRS, FRANCE Co-authors: X. Besse, Y. Schuurman, IRCELYON -CNRS, Villeurbanne, France

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 08:30 - 10:00 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS 1DV.1 Trials and assessments for advances in cropping systems for sustainable biomass production Room: Lounges

CHAIRPERSON: Ana Luisa FERNANDO, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, PORTUGAL 1DV.1.11 THE FLOAT SYSTEM FOR PRODUCING GIANT REED (ARUNDO DONAX L.) TRANSPLANTS Enrico CEOTTO, CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, ITALY Co-author: F. Castelli, CREA, Bovolone, ITALY

1DV.1.12 MOLECULAR CLONING, BIOINFORMATICS AND FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF JCCBF GENE FROM JATROPHA CURCAS L. Shasha WANG, Yunnan Normal University, School of Life Sciences, P.R. CHINA

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Co-authors: F.F. Deng, H.B. Wang, Z.R. Zou, M. Gong, Yunnan Normal University, Kunming, P.R. China

1DV.1.15 TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF LIGNIN BIOSYNTHESIS IN MISCANTHUS GENOTYPES Philippe GOLFIER, Universität Heidelberg, Molecular Plant Physiology Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: T. Rausch, S. Wolf, Universität Heidelberg, Germany

1DV.1.18 SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION, BIOENERGY AND FIBER POTENTIAL OF THREE CULTIVARS OF BANANA (MUSA SPP.) IN THE BRAZILIAN SEMIARID Bruno BARBOSA, Universidade Federal do Oeste da Bahia, BRAZIL

Co-authors: C. Santos, R. Portella, UFOB, Barreiras, Brazil; A. Fernando, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal

1DV.1.23 SIDA HERMAPHRODITA (L.) RUSBY A PROMISING ENERGY CROP FOR PRODUCING AN INTELLIGENT, DENSIFIED AND VERSATILE ENERGY CARRIER FOR CENTRAL EUROPE. Markus GANSBERGER, Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety, Institute for Seed and Propagating Material, AUSTRIA Co-authors: P. von Gehren, J. Mayr, Austrian Agency for Health and Food Safety, Vienna, Austria; W. Pichler, Holzforschung Austria, Vienna, Austria; E. Wopienka, BIOENERGY 2020+, Vienna, Austria; L.F.R. Montgomery, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria

1DV.1.24 MARGINAL SOILS WITH SUBSTANTIAL YIELD POTENTIAL - A PERENNIAL ENERGY CROP PRODUCTION SYSTEM BASED ON SIDA HERMAPHRODITA Moritz NABEL, Forschungszentrum Jülich, IBG-2 Plant Sciences, GERMANY

Co-authors: V. Temperton, Leuphana University, Institute of Ecology, Lüneburg, Germany; H. Poorter, N.D. Jablonowski, Forschungszentrum Jülich, IBG-2 Plant Sciences, Jülich, Germany

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 1DV.1.25 IMPROVING WHEAT STRAW COMPOSITION AND DIGESTIBILITY BY ALIEN INTROGRESSION Kamaljit MOIRANGTHEM, University of Nottingham, Biosciences Dpt., UNITED KINGDOM

Co-authors: P. Waldron, G. Tucker, I. King, J. King, University of Nottingham, Loughborough, United Kingdom

1DV.1.26 EFFECT OF NITROGEN FERTIGATION ON THE YIELD OF ARUNDO DONAX L. GROWN IN CENTRAL SPAIN Judith CANO-RUIZ, IMIDRA, SPAIN

Co-authors: M. Sanz, M.D. Curt, UPM, Madrid, Spain; A. Plaza, A.M. Guerrero, M.C. Lobo, P.V. Mauri, IMIDRA, Alcalá de Henares, Spain

1DV.1.27 PRODUCTION AND HEATING VALUE OF ARUNDO DONAX L. UNDER DIFFERENT SOIL MANAGEMENT Judith CANO-RUIZ, IMIDRA, SPAIN

1DV.1.28 PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF POTENTIAL AS SORGHUM HALEPENSE PRODUCING SPECIES BIOMASS. DENSITY TEST AND PROVENANCE. Pedro V. MAURI ABLANQUE, IMIDRA, Investigación Agroambiental, SPAIN

Co-authors: I. Bautista, A. Plaza, M.C. Amoros, J. Ruiz-Fernández, IMIDRA, Alcala De Henares, Spain

1DV.1.30 CAMELINA SATIVA AS FEEDSTOCK FOR BIOFUEL - A ROMANIAN CASE STUDY Florentina MATEI, University of Agronomical Sciences, Biotechnologies Dpt., ROMANIA

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Co-authors: A. Plaza, A.M. Guerrero, M.C. Amorós, P. Pinilla, P.V. Mauri, M.C. Lobo, IMIDRA, Alcalá de Henares, Spain

Co-authors: N. Farcas, P. Dobre, B. Matei, UASVM Bucharest, Romania; S. Jurcoane, CBM Biotehgen, Bucharest, Romania

1DV.1.32 PHYTOTOLERANCE, PHYTOREMEDIATION AND IMPACT ANALYSIS OF THE GROWTH OF ARUNDO DONAX L. UNDER CR CONTAMINATED SOILS Bruno BARBOSA, Universidade Federal do Oeste da Bahia, BRAZIL Co-author: A.L. Fernando, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia, Portugal

1DV.1.35 WILLOW PRODUCTION SYSTEMS FOR BIOMASS AND BIOENERGY FOR THE PRAIRIES: 2ND ROTATION IMPLICATIONS Ken VAN REES, University of Saskatchewan, Soil Science Dpt., CANADA Co-authors: B. Amichev, R. Hangs, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada; T. Volk, SUNY, Syracuse, Usa

1DV.1.36 PERENNIAL GRASSES: IDEAL BIOMASS CROPS FOR MARGINAL LANDS Efthymia ALEXOPOULOU, Center for Renewable Energy Sources, Biomass Dpt., GREECE Co-authors: M. Christou, I. Papamichael, K. Tsiotas, CRES, Pikermi, Greece; Y. Papatheohari, AUA, Votanikos, Greece

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 1DV.1.37 ENERGY AND COMPOSITIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF GIANT REED GROWN UNDER WATER DEFICIT CONDITIONS Maria Dolores CURT, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Agricultural Production, SPAIN

Co-authors: M. Sanz, J. Sanchez, P.L. Aguado, J. Fernandez, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain

1DV.1.38 BIOGAS POTENTIAL AND CUTTING TOLERANCE OF MISCANTHUS Iris LEWANDOWSKI, University of Hohenheim, Biobased Products and Energy Crops Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: A. Kiesel, Y. Iqbal, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, GERMANY

1DV.1.46 APPLICATION OF NEW MULCHER WITH FIXED TEETH OF TWO VERTICAL ROTORS TO ERADICATE PLANTATION OF WILLOW (SALIX VIMINALIS) USING FOR ENERGY PURPOSES Pawel FRACKOWIAK, PIMR - Industrial Institute of Agricultural Engineering, Devices for Renewable Energy Acquring Dpt., POLAND

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Co-authors: F. Adamczyk, J. Szczepaniak, Industrial Institute of AgriculturalEngineering, Poznan, Poland; T. Juliszewski, P. Tylek, J. Walczyk, University of Agriculture, Cracow, Poland

1DV.1.47 IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL AREAS FOR SUSTAINABLE BIOMASS PRODUCTION FROM SRC IN THE REGION OF KENTRIKI MAKEDONIA Ioannis ELEFTHERIADIS, Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving, Biomass, GREECE Co-author: V. Riglis, AGO Hellas, Athens, Greece

09:00 - 12:00 Mobilisation of forest bioenergy: Green dream or reality?

Detailed information on “Mobilisation of forest bioenergy: Green dream or reality?“ is presented in the section Parallel Events on p. 148

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 10:15 - 11:45 ORAL SESSION 2DO.4 Feedstock pretreatment and reactor concepts Room: Auditorium CHAIRPERSONS: Günther BOCHMANN, BOKU- University of Natural Resources, AUSTRIA Jens Bo HOLM-NIELSEN, Aalborg University, DENMARK 2DO.4.1 ACIDESTION - MODIFIED ENSILING AIMING VOLATILE FATTY ACID PRODUCTION FOR A DEMAND ORIENTATED BIOGAS PRODUCTION Markus DAHMEN, FH Aachen, NOWUM-Energy, Institute NOWUM-Energy, GERMANY Co-authors: D. Stollenwerk, I. Kuperjans, FH Aachen Institut NOWUM-Energy, Jülich, Germany; A. Sander, PlanET Biogas, Vreden, Germany; T. Selmer, FH Aachen Institut für Nano-und Biotechnologien, Jülich, Germany

2DO.4.2 PRE-TREATMENT OF ORGANIC RESIDUES FOR OPTIMIZED BIOGAS PRODUCTION Andreas WEGER, Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, Biological Process Engineering Dpt., GERMANY

2DO.4.3 BIOGAS PRODUCTION FROM COFFEE PULP THROUGH PHOTOCATALYTIC DELIGNINIFICATION Griselda CORRO HERNANDEZ, Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla, Instituto de Ciencias, MEXICO

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Co-authors: S. Wiesgickl, R. Jung, F. Stenzel, A. Hornung, Fraunhofer UMSICHT - Institute branch SuRo, Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Germany

Co-authors: U. Pal, R. Torralba, M. Navarrete, E. Guilleminot, Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla, Mexico

2DO.4.4 DESIGN OF A NOVEL REACTOR FOR THE ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF BIOWASTE: RADIAL AND AXIAL SUBSTRATE MIXING IN A ROTARY DRUM FERMENTER Felix BRÜCK, University of Applied Sciences, Competence Centre for Energy and Environmental Engineering, GERMANY Co-authors: S. Geipert, Kompostierungsanlage Brunnenhof, Biebesheim, Germany; H. Geipert, Ingenieurbüro Dr. Geipert, Biebesheim, Germany; U. Theilen, H. Weigand, University of Applied Sciences, Giessen, Germany

2DO.4.5 CO-DIGESTION OF CHICKEN MANURE, DRY CORN STRAW SILAGE AND DRY CORN STRAW WITH GARAGE-TYPE DRY FERMENTATION (GTDF) REACTOR Ruihua LI, China University of Petroleum, Institute of New Energy, P.R. CHINA Co-authors: Q. Mingyu, L. Ruihua, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, P.R. China

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 10:15 - 11:45 ORAL SESSION 4DO.5 GHG balances of forest biomass Room: G102 CHAIRPERSONS: Luisa MARELLI , European Commission, DG JRC, ITALY Miguel BRANDÃO, KTH Royal Institute of Technology/International Energy Agency, SWEDEN 4DO.5.1 SHORT-TERM ECOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF REMOVAL OF HARVESTING RESIDUES FOR BIOENERGY FROM FORESTS IN NORWAY Nicholas CLARKE, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, NORWAY

Co-authors: H. Cross, T. Eldhuset, K.H. Hanssen, A. Hietala, O.J. Kjønaas, H. Lange, J.F. Nordbakken, T. Økland, I. Røsberg, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, Ås, Norway

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4DO.5.2 THE ROLE OF SWEDISH FOREST TO ACHIEVE THE CLIMATE NEUTRALITY TARGET IN THE ENERGY SECTOR BY 2050 Olivia CINTAS, Chalmers University of Technology, Energy and Environment Dpt., SWEDEN

Co-authors: G. Berndes, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden; P. Börjesson, Lund Univeristy, Sweden; G. Egnell, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Umeå, Sweden; J. Hansson, IVL Swedish EnvironmentStoal Research Institute, Stockholm, Sweden; B. Poudel, G. Ågren, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden

4DO.5.3 CARBON PARITY TIMES OF WOOD PELLETS FROM DIFFERENT FEEDSTOCK TYPES PRODUCED IN THE SOUTH-EASTERN UNITED STATES AND USED FOR BIOELECTRICITY IN NORTH-WESTERN EUROPE Steef HANSSEN, Utrecht University / Radboud University, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: A.S. Duden, F. Van der Hilst, H.M. Junginger, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

4DO.5.4 PRIMARY ENERGY AND CLIMATE EFFECTS OF FOREST BIOMASS FOR ELECTRICITY PRODUCTION WITH OR WITHOUT CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE Leif GUSTAVSSON, Linnaeus University, Built Environment and Energy Engineering Dpt., SWEDEN Co-authors: R. Sathre, N.L. Truong, Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden

4DO.5.5 ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT OF CONVERTING WOOD TO ENERGY, BASED ON MODELLING OF THE ENTIRE PRODUCTION CHAIN Chloe PELLETIER, CNRS LRGP, UMR7274 Dpt., FRANCE Co-authors: J. François, M.-N. Pons, A. Dufour, CNRS LRGP, Nancy, France; A. Bosc, D. Picart, C. Moisy, D. Loustau, INRA ISPA, Bordeaux, France; M. Fortin, AgroParisTech LERFOB, Nancy, France; Y. Rogaume, INRA LERMAB, Epinal, France; T. Brunelle, CIRED CIRAD, Nogent-sur-Marne, France; P. Dumas, CIRED CIRAD, Montpellier, France; L. Dieckhoff, European Institute for Energy Research, Karlsruhe, Germany

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 10:15 - 11:45 ORAL SESSION 3DO.6 Upgrade of oil-based biofuels Room: G103 CHAIRPERSONS: Adrian O’CONNELL, European Commission, DG JRC, ITALY Raimo ALÉN, University of Jyvaskyla, FINLAND 3DO.6.1 UPGRADING BIOMASS PYROLYSIS VAPORS TO FUNGIBLE HYDROCARBON INTERMEDIATES Kimberly MAGRINI-BAIR, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, National Bioenergy Center, USA Co-authors: M. Jarvis, J. Olstad, Y. Parent, S. Deutch, H. Ben, M. Sprague, G. Powell, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Usa

3DO.6.2 FCC OF UPGRADED BIO-OILS MIXED WITH CRUDE OIL DISTILLATES: HOW MUCH HYDROGEN IS NEEDED IN THE UP-GRADING PROCESS? Robbie VENDERBOSCH, BTG Biomass Technology Group, R&D Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

3DO.6.3 DEWATERED PYROLYSIS OIL AS FUEL COMPONENT IN MARINE FUEL BLENDS Fredrik BRODIN, Paper and Fibre Research Institute, NORWAY Co-authors: J. Celaya, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; K Toven, Paper and Fibre Research Institute, Trondheim, Norway

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Co-authors: L. Gueudré, C. Mirodatos, Y. Schuurman, CNRS-UCBL, Villeurbanne, France; E. Jordan, Grace GmbH & Co, Germany

3DO.6.4 DEVELOPMENT OF LUBRICANTS FROM RENEWABLE RESOURCE: AN APPROACH TOWARDS VALUE ADDED PRODUCT FROM VEGETABLE OIL. Tirth PANCHAL, Institute of Science and Technology for Advanced Studies and Research, Industrial Chemistry Dpt., INDIA Co-authors: A. Patel, M. Thomas, ISTAR, Vallabh Vidhyanagar, India

3DO.6.5 THE H2020-PROJECT PHOTOFUEL: BIOCATALYTIC SOLAR FUELS FOR SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY IN EUROPE Hilke HEINKE, Volkswagen, GERMANY

Co-author: S. Kühner, SYNCOM Forschungs- Entwicklungsberatung GmbH, Ganderkesee, Germany

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 10:15 - 11:45 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS 3DV.2 Thermally treated solid biofuels Room: Lounges

CHAIRPERSONS: Øyvind SKREIBERG, SINTEF Energy Research, NORWAY Jaap KIEL, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Biomass & Energy Efficiency, THE NETHERLANDS 3DV.2.1 TORREFIED MATERIAL: AN ATTRACTIVE FEED FOR FLASH PYROLYSIS? Alexander LOUWES, University of Twente, Thermal Engineering & Energy Technology, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: E.A. Bramer, G. Brem, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

3DV.2.2 THE EFFECTS OF TREATMENT TEMPERATURE AND RESIDENCE TIME ON YIELDS AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF HYDROCHAR OBTAINED BY HYDROTHERMAL CARBONIZATION OF POULTRY LITTER Bashir GHANIM, University of Limerick, Chemical and Environmental Dpt., IRELAND THURSDAY AM

Co-authors: J.J. Leahy, W. Kwapinski, University of Limerick, Ireland

3DV.2.3 STRATEGY FOR THE MARKET IMPLEMENTATION OF TORREFIED BIOMASS: SECTOR - PRODUCTION OF SOLID SUSTAINABLE ENERGY CARRIERS FROM BIOMASS BY MEANS OF TORREFACTION Kay SCHAUBACH, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Bioenergy Systems Dpt., GERMANY Co-authors: J. Witt, D. Thrän, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany

3DV.2.6 CARBON YIELD PREDICTIONS IN BIOCHAR BASED ON STOCHASTIC REACTOR MODELLING Kathrin WEBER, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Energy and Process Engineering Dpt., NORWAY Co-authors: T. Li, T. Løvås, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway

3DV.2.8 COMPARING CHAR AND BIO-OIL PROPERTIES FROM LIGNOCELLULOSIC AND ALGAL FEEDSTOCKS PRODUCED VIA PYROLYSIS AND HYDROTHERMAL CARBONISATION James HAMMERTON, University of Leeds, School of Chemical and Process Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: A. Ross, University of Leeds, United Kingdom; B.K. Sharma, B. Kunwar, University of Illinois, Champaign, Usa

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 3DV.2.9 INFLUENCE OF REACTION PARAMETERS OF HYDROTHERMAL CARBONIZATION ON THE GASIFICATION PERFORMANCE OF HYDROTHERMALLY CARBONIZED BIOMASS Markus ULBRICH, Technische Universität München, Institute for Energy Systems, GERMANY

Co-authors: D. Preßl, S. Fendt, H. Spliethoff, Technische Universität München, Garching, Germany; M. Gaderer, Technische Universität München, Straubing, Germany

3DV.2.13 EFFECT OF STEAM EXPLOSION TREATMENT ON BIOMASS SIZE REDUCTION Dedy Eka PRIYANTO, IHI Corporation, Chemical Engineering Dpt., JAPAN

Co-authors: S. Ueno, H. Kasai, IHI Corporation, Yokohama-shi, Japan; K. Hashida, Forestry and Forest Product Research Institute, Tsukuba, Japan

3DV.2.14 HYDROTHERMAL CARBONIZATION OF MIXED BIOMASS: EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION FOR AN OPTIMAL VALORISATION OF AGROFOOD WASTES Gabriele DI GIACOMO, University of L’Aquila, Department of Industrial and Information Engineering, ITALY 3DV.2.16 REACTIVITY ASSESSMENT OF BIOCARBONS FOR METALLURGICAL PURPOSES Liang WANG, SINTEF Energy Research, Thermal Energy Dpt., NORWAY

Co-authors: H. Bui, B. Hovd, K. Tran, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; A. Valderhaug, T. Buø, R. Birkeland, ELKEM, Kristiansand, Norway; Ø. Skreiberg, SINTEF Energy Research, Trondheim, Norway

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Co-authors: A. Gallifuoco, L. Taglieri, University of L’Aquila, Italy

3DV.2.17 HYDROTHERMAL CARBONIZATION - A MATHEMATICAL APPROACH AND ITS STATISTICAL APPLICATION FOR THE PREDICTION OF MASS YIELDS, ENERGY CONTENT AND DEGREE OF CARBONIZATION BY PROCESS SEVERITY Kay SUWELACK, Fraunhofer INT, GERMANY Co-authors: D. Wüst, A. Kruse, Hohenheim University, Stuttgart, Germany

3DV.2.18 PRODUCTION OF HIGHLY DENSIFIED SOLID FUEL FROM WOODY BIOMASS BY CARBONIZATION WITH TAR RECOVERY Nobuhide TAKAHASHI, Shinshu University, JAPAN

Co-authors: H. Satomi, I. Shimada, M. Osada, H. Fukunaga, Shinshu University, Ueda, Nagano, Japan

3DV.2.19 CO-FIRING TORREFIED BIOMASS FOR POWER GENERATION: ASSESSING THE TRADE-OFFS OF DOWNSTREAM TORREFACTION FROM A WHOLE SYSTEM’S PERSPECTIVE Athanasios RENTIZELAS, University of Strathclyde, Design Manufacture and Engineering Management, UNITED KINGDOM Co-author: J. Li, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 3DV.2.20 LIGNOCOL AS CO-FIRE FUEL TO ACHIEVE ULTRA-LOW CARBON EMISSIONS FROM COAL POWER PLANTS Robert BROWN, Iowa State University, Bioeconomy Institute, USA Co-author: M. Rover, M. Wright, R. Smith, J. Euken, Iowa State University, Ames, USA

3DV.2.21 INTEGRATION OF HYDROTHERMAL CARBONISATION (HTC) WITH ANAEROBIC DIGESTION (AD): OPPORTUNITIES FOR VALORISATION OF DIGESTATE. Kiran PARMAR, University of Leeds, School of Chemical and Process Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM Co-author: A.B. Ross, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

3DV.2.23 PYROLYSIS OF WOODEN CHIPS AS A BIOMASS FOR HYDROGEN PRODUCTION USING A MEMBRANE REACTOR Naotsugu ITOH, Utsunomiya University, Department of Material and Environmental Chemistry, JAPAN Co-author: I. Itoh, Utsunomiya University, Japan

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 ORAL SESSION 2DO.7 Novel biogas feedstock and hydrogen production Room: Auditorium

CHAIRPERSONS: Ioana IONEL, Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara, ROMANIA Tormod BRISEID, NIBIO - Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research, NORWAY 2DO.7.1 RECYCLING AND ENERGY RECOVERY INCONTINENCE WASTE (INKOCYCLE): ANAEROBIC TREATMENT OF ADULTDIAPERS Harald WEIGAND, Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen - University, Life Science Engineering, GERMANY Co-author: U. Theilen, Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen - University, Giessen, Germany

2DO.7.2 BIOGAS YIELD POTENTIAL OF BY-PRODUCTS FROM PRIMARY COFFEE PROCESSING Sajid LATIF, University of Hohenheim, Agricultural Engineering in the Tropics and Subtropics, GERMANY 2DO.7.3 PARTIAL SUBSTITUTION OF MAIZE SILAGE WITH ACUTODESMUS OBLIQUUS BIOMASS IN CONTINUOUS ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS AT LABORATORY SCALE Bernhard DROSG, Bioenergy2020+, IFA Tulln - Institut for Environmental Biotechnology, AUSTRIA

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Co-authors: B. Chala, S. Sajid, H. Oechsner, J. Joachim, University of Hohenheim, Stutgart, Germany

Co-authors: M. Nussbaumer, M. Gruber, Bioenergy2020+, Tulln/Donau, Austria; G. Bochmann, IFA Tulln, BOKU, Tulln/Donau, Austria

2DO.7.4 DARK FERMENTATION OF ARUNDO DONAX HYDROLYSATE FOR HYDROGEN PRODUCTION Giuseppe TOSCANO, University of Naples Federico II, DICMAPI Dpt., ITALY

Co-authors: G. Zuccaro, A. Ausiello, L. Micoli, M. Turco, D. Pirozzi, University of Naples Federico II, Italy

2DO.7.5 BIOGAS UPGRADING VIA HYDROGEN UTILIZATION IN AN ANAEROBIC REACTOR Yuchang WANG, China University of Petroleum, Institute of New Energy, P.R. CHINA Co-authors: H. Jiang, H. Nie, H. Zhou, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, P.R. China

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 ORAL SESSION 4DO.8 Non-GHG environmental impacts of biomass Room: G102 CHAIRPERSONS: Carmen LAGO RODRÍGUEZ, CIEMAT, SPAIN Jacopo GIUNTOLI, European Commission, DG JRC, THE NETHERLANDS 4DO.8.1 SUSTAINABILITY OF THE EXPANDING ETHANOL SECTOR IN BRAZIL TOWARDS 2030 Floor VAN DER HILST, Utrecht University, Energy & Resources, Copernicus Institute, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: J.A. Verstegen, Utrecht University, The Netherlands; G. Woltjer, E.M.W. Smeets, LEI, Den Haag, The Netherlands; A.P.C. Faaij, RUG, Groningen, The Netherlands

4DO.8.2 HEAVY METAL DISTRIBUTION IN SOIL AND CROPS AFTER AGRICULTURAL APPLICATION OF BIOWASTE-BASED DIGESTATES Christina-Luise ROSS, Institut für Agrar- und Stadtökologische Projekte, Biogenic Raw Materials Dpt., GERMANY THURSDAY PM

Co-authors: K. Sensel-Gunke, V. Wilken, K. Nielsen, Berlin Humboldt University, Germany; C. Knoop, Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany

4DO.8.3 SPATIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY POTENTIALS FOR ANAEROBIC DIGESTION PRODUCTION SYSTEMS APPLIED TO THE NETHERLANDS Frank PIERIE, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Hanze Research Center Energy, THE NETHERLANDS

Co-authors: R.M.J. Benders, J. Bekkering, H.C. Moll, University of Groningen - Centre for Energy and Environmental Sciences, The Netherlands; W.J.Th. van Gemert, Hanze Research Centre Energy, Groningen, The Netherlands

4DO.8.4 BIODIVERSITY AND NATURAL RESOURCES IMPLICATIONS OF THE USE OF ABANDONED FARMLAND FOR FUTURE BIOENERGY CROP PRODUCTION IN THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPEAN CONTEXT Saori MIYAKE, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Institute IWAR, GERMANY Co-authors: J. Mizgajski, K. Wowra, L. Schebek, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

4DO.8.5 IS BIOCHAR FROM PYROLYSIS, COMPOSTING OR ITS COMBINATION BEST TO RECYCLE NUTRIENTS AND REDUCE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT? RESULTS FROM A LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT FOR 5 CASE STUDIES ACROSS EUROPE Natasa SIKIRICA, Alterra Wageningen UR, THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: T. Oldfield, N. M. Holden, UCD School of Biosystems and Food Engineering, Dublin, Ireland; C. Mondini, Consiglio per la ricerca in agricoltura e l’analisi, Gorizia, Italy; P.J. Kuikman, Alterra Wageningen UR, The Netherlands; G. López, Tecnova, Almeria, Spain

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 ORAL SESSION 3DO.9 Thermally treated solid biofuels Room: G103

CHAIRPERSON: Jaap KIEL, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, THE NETHERLANDS Øyvind SKREIBERG, SINTEF Energy Research, Thermal Energy Dpt., NORWAY 3DO.9.1 INTEGRAL OPTIMIZATION OF TORREFIED CEREAL STRAW PELLETS PRODUCTION Javier GIL, CENER-National Renewable Energy Centre, Biomass Dpt., SPAIN Co-author: J. Lemus, CENER, Sarriguren, Spain

3DO.9.2 BIOMASS TORREFACTION: THE FATE OF LIGNIN AND ITS ROLE IN DOWNSTREAM DENSIFICATION PROCESSES Pavlina NANOU, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Biomass and Energy Efficiency Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

3DO.9.3 ENTRAINED FLOW GASIFICATION OF TORREFIED LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS Salik KHWAJA, Umeå University, Applied Physics and Electronics Dpt., SWEDEN

Co-authors: K. Salik, M. Strandberg, L. Pommer, A. Nordin, Umeå University, Sweden; F. Weiland, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden; E. Pettersson, H. Wiinikka, SP Energy Technology Centre, Piteå, Sweden; A. Wingren, MEVA Energy, Gothenburg, Sweden; N. Padban, A. Hinderson, R. Khodayari, Vattenfall Research and Development, Stockholm, Sweden; M. Carbo, Energy Research of the Netherlands, Petten, The Netherlands

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Co-authors: M.C. Carbo, J.H.A. Kiel, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Petten, The Netherlands

3DO.9.4 ECONOMICS OF HYDROTHERMAL CARBONIZATION OF BIOGAS DIGESTATE IN A HYBRID AD-HTC PLANT Kay SUWELACK, Fraunhofer INT, GERMANY Co-authors: D. Wüst, A. Kruse, Hohenheim University, Stuttgart, Germany

3DO.9.5 INFLUENCE OF PARTICLE SIZE DURING HYDROTHERMAL CARBONISATION OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS Aidan SMITH, University of Leeds, Energy Research Institute, UNITED KINGDOM Co-author: A.B. Ross, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 13:30 - 15:00 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS 3DV.3 Pyrolysis oil conversion methods. Oil-based biofuels production Room: Lounges CHAIRPERSONS: Wim VAN SWAAIJ, University of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS Dimitrios SIDIRAS, University of Piraeus, GREECE Adrian O’CONNELL, European Commission, DG JRC, ITALY 3DV.3.1 HYDRODEOXYGENATION OF BIO-OILS FROM THERMO-CATALYTIC REFORMING - HIGH ENERGY EFFICIENT ROUTE TO RENEWABLE GASOLINE AND DIESEL Andreas APFELBACHER, Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, Renewable Energy Dpt., GERMANY

Co-authors: J. Neumann, N. Jäger, R. Conti, R. Daschner, A. Hornung, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, SulzbachRosenberg, Germany

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3DV.3.2 CONVERSION OF BIOMASS RESIDUES INTO ACTIVATED CARBON FOR THE REMOVAL OF METALS FROM INDUSTRIAL WASTE WATER. Miet VAN DAEL, VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, BELGIUM

Co-authors: K. Sniegowski, L. Braeken, KULeuven, Diepenbeek, Belgium; T. Kuppens, J. Yperman, UHasselt, Hasselt, Belgium; P.-J. D’Huys, UCLL, Diepenbeek, Belgium

3DV.3.8 HYDROTHERMAL PRETREATMENT AND CONTINUOUS LIQUEFACTION OF WOODY BIOMASS Iulia Maria SINTAMAREAN DARABAN, Aalborg University, Energy Technology, DENMARK Co-authors: I.M. Sintamarean, I.F. Grigoras, L.A. Rosendahl, Aalborg University, Denmark

3DV.3.9 HYDROGEN-DONOR SOLVENT THERMOLYTIC LIQUEFACTION OF BIOMASS TO PRODUCE OILS IN HIGH YIELD WITH LOW OXYGEN CONTENTS Colin SNAPE, University of Nottingham, Faculty of Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: H. Deng, C. Uguna, W. Meredith, Univeristy of Nottingham, United Kingdom

3DV.3.12 PRODUCTION OF BIO-CHEMICALS FROM PALM RESIDUES USING FAST PYROLYSIS: INFLUENCE OF ACTIVATED CARBON JaeYong JEONG, University of Science and Technology, Green Process and System Engineering Dpt., KOREA Co-authors: U.D. Lee, S.W. Jeong, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Cheonan, Korea; W.S. Chang, Korea District Heating Corporation, Seoul, Korea

3DV.3.13 TECHNO-ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT OF THE POWER AND BIOMASS-TOLIQUID (PBTL) CONCEPT Daniel H. KÖNIG, German Aerospace Center, Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics, GERMANY 136

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 3DV.3.14 VALORIZATION ASSESSMENT OF LIGNIN DIGESTATE FROM A SECOND GENERATION BIO-ETHANOL PLANT USING MICROPYROLYSIS Neil PRIHARTO, Ghent University, Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass Group, Biosystems Engineering Dpt., BELGIUM Co-authors: F. Ronsse, W. Prins, Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass Group, Gent, Belgium

3DV.3.16 CATALYTIC PYROLYSIS OF OLIVE POMACE WITH ZSM-5 Sibel BASAKCILARDAN KABAKCI, Yalova University, Energy Systems Engineering, TURKEY Co-author: S. Hacibektasoglu, Yalova University, Turkey

3DV.3.17 CATALYTIC PYROLYSIS OF OLIVE POMACE WITH ZSM-5 Aleksandr LIAVONCHYK, A.V. Luikov Heat and Mass Transfer Institute, Electric arc plasma, BELARUS Co-authors: I. Khvedchyn, V. Sauchyn, H. Dalholenka, A. Lozhachnik, A.V. Luikov Heat and Mass Transfer Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus

3DV.3.20 SUSTAINABLE BIODIESEL PRODUCTION FROM URBAN WASTEWATER SLUDGES Andrea G. CAPODAGLIO, University of Pavia, DICAr Dpt., ITALY 3DV.3.22 EULERIAN - LAGRANGIAN SIMULATION OF THERMOCHEMICAL DEGRADATION OF THERMALLY THICK BIOMASS PARTICLES Tian LI, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Energy and Process Engineering Dpt., NORWAY

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Co-author: D. Dondi, University of Pavia, Italy

Co-author: T. Løvås, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway

3DV.3.23 REDUCTION OF THE NITROGEN CONTENT IN THE LIQUID ORGANIC PHASES FROM PYROLYSIS OF SEWAGE SLUDGE BY MEANS OF LIQUID-LIQUID EXTRACTION María ATIENZA-MARTÍNEZ, Universidad de Zaragoza, Aragón Institute for Engineering, SPAIN Co-authors: I. Rubio, J. Ceamanos, G. Gea, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain; I. Fonts, Centro Universitario de la Defensa, Zaragoza, Spain

3DV.3.24 EFFECT OF ALKALI AND ALKALI EARTH METALS ON CELLULOSE PYROLYSIS Pushkar MARATHE, University of Twente, Science & Technology Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS Co-authors: S.R.G. Oudenhoven, R.J.M. Westerhof, S.R.A. Kersten, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

3DV.3.29 HYDROTHERMAL PROCESSING OF WASTE INTO VALUE: OPTIMIZATION OF BIOMASS LIQUEFACTION BY APPLICATION OF A SEMI-BATCH SYSTEM Kasia RATAJCZYK ARTURI, Aalborg University, Biotechnology, Chemistry and Environmental Engineering Dpt., DENMARK Co-authors: K. R. Arturi, E. G. Søgaard, Alborg University, Esbjerg, Denmark

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 3DV.3.32 COMBUSTION CHARACTERISTICS OF BIOCRUDE-OIL FROM COFFEE GROUND IN A PILOT-SCALE BURNER USING AIRBLAST ATOMIZATION Sang-Kyu CHOI, Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials, Eco-Machinery System Dpt., KOREA Co-authors: Y.S. Choi, S.J. Kim, Y.W. Jeong, Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials, Daejeon, Korea; R. Soysa, T. Rahman, Korea University of Science and Technology, Daejeon, Korea

3DV.3.33 HIGH QUALITY LIQUID AND SOLID FUELS FROM QUINOA LIGNOCELLULOSE USING LIQUEFACTION Roelf VENTER, North West University, Chemical and Minerals Engineering Dpt., SOUTH AFRICA Co-authors: S. Marx, M. Marais, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa

3DV.3.35 INVESTIGATION OF SPENT MUSHROOM COMPOST AS AN ALTERNATIVE WASTE-BASED FEEDSTOCK FOR CARBON RECOVERY ENHANCED HYDROTHERMAL LIQUEFACTION Lukas JASIUNAS, Aalborg University, Energy Technology Dpt., DENMARK

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Co-authors: L. Jasiknas, T.H. Pedersen, L.A. Rosendahl, Aalborg University, Denmark

3DV.3.36 SUBCRITICAL HYDROTHERMAL PYROLYSIS OF WASTE SOYBEAN OIL FOR BIO-FUELS PRODUCTION Je-Lueng SHIE, National I-Lan University, Environmental Engineering Dpt., TAIWAN Co-authors: Y.-R. Liau, W.-S. Yang, T.-H. Liau, National l-Lan University, Yi-Lan, Taiwan; C.-Y. Chang, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

3DV.3.37 SYSTEMATIC ANALYSIS ON THE VALUE CHAIN OF SECOND GENERATION LIQUID BIOFUELS FROM FAST PYROLYSIS Xiaolei ZHANG, Queen’s University Belfast, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM Co-author: J. Li, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom

3DV.3.39 THE ROLE OF BIOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION IN PYROLYSIS REACTION KINETICS OF LIGNOCELLULOSIC BIOMASS: SURROGATE APPROACH Karla DUSSAN, National University of Ireland, Mechanical Engineering Dpt., IRELAND 3DV.3.42 UPGRADING OF FAST PYROLYSIS OIL BY HYDROTREATMENT OVER NICKELBASED CATALYSTS Chiara BOSCAGLI, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Catalysis Research and Technology, GERMANY

Co-authors: K. Raffelt, J.-D. Grunwaldt, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany

3DV.3.43 CATALYTIC UPGRADING OF BIO-OIL USING METAL DOPED ZEOLITES Andrew DYER, University of Leeds, UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: M.A. Nahil, P.T. Williams, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 3DV.3.45 ANALYSIS OF CATALYSTSIN A HTL PROCESS: A STUDY ABOUT THE DRIVING FORCE IN THE CATALYTIC EFFECT Luca CASAMASSIMA, Aalborg University, Energy Technology Dpt., DENMARK Co-authors: T.H. Pedersen, L.A. Rosendahl, Aalborg University, Denmark

3DV.3.49 COMPARISON OF ANALYTICAL METHODS FOR HIGHLY AQUEOUS PYROLYSIS CONDENSATES Franziska MERTENS, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, GERMANY Co-authors: T. Nicoleit, K. Raffelt, N. Dahmen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, EggensteinLeopoldshafen, Germany

3DV.3.54 MODELING OF LIQUID FUEL PRODUCTION FROM PYROLYSIS BIO-OIL Yan FU, South China University of Technology, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, P.R. CHINA 3DV.3.58 IMPROVED PRODUCTION AND REDUCED NITROGEN CONTENT OF BIOCRUDE OIL FROM LOW-LIPID HIGH-ASH MACROALGAE ENTEROMORPHA PROLIFERA VIA ADDITION OF CRUDE GLYCEROL Zhidan LIU, China Agricultural University, Laboratory of Environment-Enhancing Energy (E2E), P.R. CHINA Co-authors: J. Lu, B. Li, Q. Lu, R. Shen, H. Li, Z. Zhu, C. Tian, B. Si, China Agricultural University, Beijing, P.R. China; Y. Zhang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Usa

3DV.3.61 MODELLING CHEMICAL KINETICS OF JOJOBA OIL-WAX BUTANOLYSIS CATALYZED BY CALCIUM OXIDE. Mangesh AVHAD, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Mathematical Science and Technology Dpt., NORWAY

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Co-author: J. Chang, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, P.R. China

Co-authors: M. Sánchez, E. Pena, A. Bouaid, M. Martínez, J. Aracil, Complutense University Madrid, Spain; J. Marchetti, Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, Norway

3DV.3.64 EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH REGARDING THE COMBUSTION OF CRUDE CAMELINA OIL IN A FURNACE Andreea Cristina PETCU, National Research & Development Institute for Gas Turbine, Combustion Chamber Laboratory, ROMANIA

Co-authors: R.E. Kuncser, M. Deaconu, National Research & Development Institute for for Gas Turbine, Bucharest, Romania; C. Berbente, D.E. Crunteanu, Politehnica University of Bucharest, Romania

3DV.3.65 PARTIAL HYDROGENATION OF SOYBEAN OIL-DERIVED BIODIESEL USING PD SUPPORTED ON HEXAGONAL STRUCTURED SUPPORTS Chachchaya THUNYARATCHATANON, Chulalongkorn University, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, THAILAND Co-authors: A. Luengnaruemitchai, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Bangkok, Thailand; N. Chollacoop, National Metal and Materials Technology Center, Bangkok, Thailand; S.Y. Chen, Y. Yoshimura, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science, Ibaraki, Japan

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 3DV.3.66 GREEN SYNTHESIS OF METHYL PALMITATE AS THE BIODIESEL BY DEEP EUTECTIC SOLVENT FOR ESTERIFICATION REACTION Kyung Ho ROW, Inha University, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Dpt., KOREA Co-author: Y. R. Lee, Inha University, Incheon, Korea

3DV.3.67 PRODUCTION AND OXIDATION STABILITY OF MICROALGAL BIODIESEL Ji-Yeon PARK, Korea Institute of Energy Research, KOREA

Co-authors: B. Nam, S.A. Choi, Y.K. Oh, J.S. Lee, Korea Institute of Energy Research, Daejeon, Korea

3DV.3.70 DEVELOPMENT OF NANOSTRUCTURED METAL OXIDE CATALYSTS FOR ADVANCED BIOFUEL PRODUCTION Vorranutch ITTHIBENCHAPONG, Nanotec, NSTDA Dpt., THAILAND

Co-authors: N. Krobkrong, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand; K. Faungnawakij, NANOTEC, NSTDA, Pathum Thani, Thailand

3DV.3.71 EFFECT OF METAL LOADING ON PARTIAL HYDROGENATION OF POLYUNSATURATED FAMES REACTIVITY OVER PD/MCM-41 CATALYSTS Artita NA RUNGSI, Chulalongkorn University, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, THAILAND THURSDAY PM

Co-authors: A. Luengnaruemitchai, S. Wongkasemjit, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Bangkok, Thailand

3DV.3.73 EFFECT OF PORE SIZE OF PD/MCM-41 ON CATALYTIC ACTIVITY FOR PARTIAL HYDROGENATION OF CANOLA BIODIESEL Plaifa HONGMANOROM, Chulalongkorn University, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, THAILAND Co-author: A. Luengnaruemitchai, The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Bangkok, Thailand

3DV.3.77 HOMOGENIZING AGED PHASE SEPARATED PYROLYSIS OILS FROM FOREST RESIDUES BY BLENDING Javier CELAYA ROMEO, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Chemical Engineering Dpt., NORWAY Co-authors: J. Celaya, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway; K. Toven, F. W. Brodin, Paper and Fibre Institute, Trondheim, Norway

3DV.3.78 A TECHNO-ECONOMIC COMPARISON OF BIODIESEL AND RENEWABLE DIESEL USING COTTONSEED OIL AS FEEDSTOCK Corneels SCHABORT, North-West University, School of Chemical and Minerals Engineering, SOUTH AFRICA Co-authors: R. Venter, S. Marx, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa

3DV.3.79 DIRECT CONVERSION OF CYPERUS ESCULENTUS OIL INTO LIQUID ALKANE OVER N-DOPED CARBON NANOTUBE SUPPORTED RUTHENIUM CATALYST Jiang LI, China University of Petroleum, Institute of New Energy, P.R. CHINA Co-authors: S. Wang, H.J. Zhou, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, P.R. China

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 3DV.3.85 A COMPARISON OF AVIATION BIOFUEL PATHWAYS WITH FOSSIL JET FUEL USING THE ENERGY ALLOCATION PRINCIPLE Marina KOUSOULIDOU, European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport, ITALY Co-authors: L. Lonza, A. O’Connell, European Commisssion, DG JRC, Ispra, Italy

3DV.3.86 A NOVEL GREEN SOLID ACID NANO-CATALYST FOR BIODIESEL PRODUCTION FROM USED COOKING OIL Jabbar GARDY, University of Leeds, IPSE-SCAPE, UNITED KINGDOM Co-authors: A. Hassanpour, X. Lai, M. Rehan, University of Leeds, United Kingdom; M. Ahmed, University of Ulster, Belfast, United Kingdom

3DV.3.89 MICROBIAL LIPID PRODUCTION FROM MIXED SUGARS HYDROLYZATES BY THE OLEAGINOUS YEAST CRYPTOCOCCUS CURVATUS Isabella DE BARI, ENEA Research Centre, Renewable Energy Division, ITALY

3DV.3.90 JATROPHA CURCUS L. OIL EXTRACTED BY SWITCHABLE HYDROPHILIC SOLVENT DMCHA FOR BIODIESEL PRODUCTION Houfang LU, Sichuan University, P.R. CHINA

Co-authors: S. Zeng, C. Tao, W. Jiang, B. Liang, Y. Liu, H. Lu, Sichuan University, Chengdu, P.R. China; R. Parnas, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Usa

3DV.3.91 HYDRODEOXYGENATION OF PALM OIL TO BIO-HYDROGENATED DIESEL OVER METAL PHOSPHIDES Mustika PIMSUTA, Suranaree University of Technology, School of Chemistry, THAILAND

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Co-authors: N. Di Fidio, Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro, Bari, Italy; S. Mastrolitti, F. Liuzzi, R. Albergo, V. Valerio, ENEA, Policoro, Italy

3DV.3.92 POTENTIAL OF MG-AL AND ZN-AL MIXED OXIDES AS CATALYSTS IN ALDOL CONDENSATION OF FURFURAL WITH ACETONE Jaroslav KOCÍK, University of Pardubice, Physical Chemistry Dpt., CZECH REPUBLIC Co-authors: O. Kikhtyanin, D. Kubika, Research Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, RENTECH, Záluzi-litvinov, Czech Republic; L. Smoláková, L. Apek, M. Kubíková, L. Dubnová, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic

3DV.3.93 THE REMOVING OF FREE FATTY ACIDS FROM BIODIESEL Ales VÁVRA, University of Pardubice, Physical Chemistry Dpt., CZECH REPUBLIC Co-authors: F. Skopal, M. Hájek, University of Pardubice, Czech Republic

3DV.3.94 IN-SITU PRODUCTION OF BIODIESEL BY SUPERCRITICAL REACTIVE EXTRACTION Roelf VENTER, North West University, Chemical and Minerals Engineering Dpt., SOUTH AFRICA Co-authors: S. Marx, L. Fick, C.J. Schabort, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 3DV.3.97 SECOND GENERATION BIODIESEL USING OLEGANOUS YEAST PROCESS DESIGN AND ENERGY BALANCES Hanna KARLSSON, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Energy and Technology Dpt., SWEDEN

Co-authors: S. Ahlgren, P.-A. Hansson, M. Sandgrenb, V. Passoth, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, SWEDEN; O. Wallberg, Lund University, Uppsala, SWEDEN

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THURSDAY, 9 JUNE 2016 15:15 - 17:00 CONFERENCE CLOSING SESSION Room: Auditorium Chaired by: André FAAIJ, Conference General Chairman Academic Director Energy Academy Europe and Distinguished Professor Energy System Analysis, Groningen University, The Netherlands David BAXTER, Technical Programme Chairman European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport Welcome to the Closing Session André FAAIJ, Conference General Chairman Keynote Closing Speech THE WAY FORWARD FOR BIOENERGY IN THE LOW CARBON BIOECONOMY. Kees KWANT, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Netherlands

Ceremony of the Poster Awards David BAXTER, Technical Programme Chairman European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport Dimitrios SIDIRAS, EUBCE Poster Awards Coordinator, University of Piraeus, Greece

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Highlights of the Conference David BAXTER, Technical Programme Chairman

Ceremony of the Student Awards Jean-François DALLEMAND, EUBCE Students Awards Coordinator, European Commission, DG JRC Institute Energy and Transport Announcement upcoming Biomass events André FAAIJ, Conference General Chairman Farewell and closing WHAT DO WE TAKE HOME FROM THE EUBCE ? André FAAIJ, Conference General Chairman

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Tuesday 7th June

09:00 - 12:30 CONFERENCE OPENING Plenary Session Keynotes on Applications of Science in Industry Opening Addresses Moderated Panel Linneborn Award EUBIA Award Press Conference

12:30 - 13:30 Networking Lunch 13:30 - 15:15 EU support for bioenergy demonstration projects: current state and developments

10:55 - 11:35 Plenary session Small and large scale thermal conversion processes of biomass and waste 11:35 - 12:30 Plenary session Thermochemical pathways for advanced biofuels

12:30 - 13:30 Networking Lunch 13:30 - 18:30

Sustainable oil palm, sugar cane and other agri-residues as biobased feedstocks. Global perspectives from Colombian case studies

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Wednesday 8th June

10:15 - 10:55 Plenary session Biomass resources 10:55 - 11:45 Plenary session Challenges for large scale utilisation of biomass

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Mobilisation of forest bioenergy: Green dream or reality?

S2Biom Delivery of sustainable supply of non-food biomass to support a resource-efficient Bioeconomy in Europe: Outcomes and outlook for the future

11:45 - 12:30 Plenary session Future biorefineries and investment support

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Advanced Biorefineries: Simulation, Process Integration

Introduction to the biogas package: software for biogas research

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15:15 - 17:00 CONFERENCE CLOSING Keynote Presentations The highlights of the conference Panel Discussion Student Awards 2016 Poster Awards 2016 Conclusions

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MONDAY 6th JUNE , 13:30 - 15:15

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EU support for bioenergy demonstration projects: current state and developments The EU supports R&I in bioenergy and advanced biofuels and is currently funding bioenergy projects at pre-commercial and demonstration scale through various instruments such as NER 300, the BESTF ERANET programme under the frame of the European Industrial Bioenergy Initiative (EIBI), and the EU framework programmes for Research & Innovation (FP7, H2020). The session will provide an overview of the current state and developments of projects currently ongoing under the different funding instruments. Experiences from projects will be shared with the audience and a panel will discuss challenges and opportunities identified. The expected target audience is the European bioenergy technology stakeholders from industry, research, government, NGO and other interest groups and associations along the whole bioenergy research and innovation chain.

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The programme of the session will include an introduction to the funding programmes, followed by presentations from two selected projects funded by the NER 300 programme and two funded under EIBI. In addition, other ongoing activities in the field (e.g. the European Flightpath Initiative) will be presented. A short panel discussion in the form of a round table will complete the session.

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Agenda 13:30 - OPENING Chair: Birger Kerckow, FNR INTRODUCTION Andreas Uihlein, European Commission 13:45 - PROJECT PRESENTATIONS NER 300 BEST Stefania Pescarolo, M&G Group NER 300 Verbiostraw Oliver Lüdtke, Verbio AG BioProGReSS Henrik Thunman, Chalmers University BioSNG Chris Manson-Whitton, Progressive Energy Ltd 14:25 - PROGRAMME PRESENTATIONS EUROPEAN FLIGHTPATH INITIATIVE Alexander Zschocke, Lufthansa AG

14:35 - PANEL DISCUSSION Michael Persson, Dansk Industri

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WEDNESDAY 8th JUNE , 14:30 - 18:30

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EUBCE 2016 Business Meetings The “EUBCE 2016 Business Meetings” is a matchmaking event with the aim of establishing business opportunities with potential partners and clients in the international biomass sector. Main topics • • •

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Biomass resources Biomass conversion technologies for heating, cooling and electricity Biomass Conversion Technologies for Liquid and Gaseous Fuels, Chemicals and Materials Biomass Policies, Markets and Sustainability Bioenergy in Integrated Energy Systems

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THURSDAY 9th JUNE , 09:00 - 12:00

Room: G 105

Mobilisation of forest bioenergy: Green dream or reality? Renewable energy roadmaps of various international energy and climate change agencies suggest that the amount of modern bioenergy in the future global energy mix needs to increase significantly to replace the use of fossil fuel and traditional biomass. Countries with mature forestry sectors from the boreal and temperate biomes are expected to play an important role in the mobilisation of forest biomass and contribute to reach the targets set by international agencies. Recent research of IEA Bioenergy has identified a series of opportunities and solutions for increasing mobilisation of forest bioenergy related to biomass procurement practices, supply chain logistics, bioenergy conversion technologies, environmental sustainability, policy and socio-economic aspects of bioenergy supply chains. However, it remains to be seen how realistic, feasible, practical and applicable in various contexts those solutions will be for reaching the global bioenergy targets described in future energy scenarios and roadmaps.

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Organised by IEA Bioenergy Task 43 and the SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub in this event a number of challenges, key opportunities and innovative solutions for forest bioenergy mobilisation will be discussed by experts from academia, government and industry.

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Agenda 9:00 - Welcome remarks 9:05 - PRESENTATION ON ISSUES Evelyne THIFFAULT, Laval University, Canada THEME 1: FOREST BIOMASS AVAILABILITY: CAN WE TRUST PREDICTIONS? 9:20 - Statements: Martin JUNGINGER, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Matthias DEES, University of Freiburg, Germany Patricia THORNLEY, University of Manchester, UK Göran BERNDES, Chalmers University, Sweden 9:40 - Discussion (plenary) THEME 2: WILL FOREST BIOENERGY END UP ON THE RIGHT OR WRONG SIDE OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL DEBATE? 10:15 - Statements: Francesco CHERUBINI, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway Annaliza BAIS, Alpen-Adria Universtity, Austria Carly WHITTAKER, Rothamsted Research, UK Benoît GABRIELLE, AgroParisTech, France

THEME 3: TECHNOLOGICAL LEARNING: CAN FOREST BIOENERGY LATECOMERS LEARN FROM BIOENERGY WHIZZ KIDS? 11:10 - Statements: Ken VAN REES, University of Saskatchewan, Canada Jean-Michel LAVOIE, Sherbrooke University, Canada Uwe FRITSCHE, International Institute for Sustainability Analysis and Strategy, Germany Christiane HENNIG, DBFZ-German Biomass Research Centre, Germany (tbc)

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10:35 - Discussion (plenary)

11:30 - Discussion (plenary) 11:55 - Concluding remarks Mirjam RÖDER, University of Manchester, UK

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MONDAY 6th JUNE , 13:30 - 17:00

Room: G 107

Sustainable oil palm, sugar cane and other agri-residues as biobased feedstocks. Global perspectives from Colombian case studies Introduction Colombia is a fast-developing regional economic power in Latin America with a large untapped biomass potential. The country is the largest palm oil producer outside Asia. As a sugar cane producer in Latin America Colombia is only second to Brazil. Furthermore Colombia is the third largest coffee producer in the Americas. Combined with existing possibilities for growth in agricultural production, Colombia can become a key player in the biobased economy. Recent initiatives have been implemented in an Embassy-lead Dutch-Colombian collaborative programme to develop economic and sustainable biomass supply chains. Recognizing the opportunities and finding innovative solutions to valorise the current biomass potential is the main objective of this programme. The Dutch-Colombian Transition Facility promoted and enabled an ambitious agenda while bringing together efforts and knowledge from the Dutch Embassy, Colombian policy makers, as well as national academic partners from both countries and Dutch and Colombian private partners.

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What to expect from this Workshop? A number of projects in this programme have led to new and innovative insight, models, processes or products regarding the valorisation of biomass. These ideas and their implementation not only pertain to Colombia, but are valid and applicable in many regions where large amounts of Biomass could become available, i.e. the larger part of Latin America, West and East Africa, south-East Asia. This workshop will present the results of the projects within the framework of the Dutch-Colombian co-operation. Target Audience Researchers, policy makers, entrepreneurs, agri-business people and investors from Europe and Latin America, as well as development organizations (IFC, World Bank, American Development Bank, etc.), NGO’s and private investors. The workshop is presided by Dr. Peter Zuurbier, the former Director of the Latin America Office of Wageningen UR.

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Agenda 13.30 - WELCOME TO THE PARTICIPANTS & INTRODUCTION TO THE WORKSHOP Peter ZUURBIER 13.40 - THE CONTEXT - BIOMASS SUPPLY AND DEMAND & DRIVERS BIOMASS IN COLOMBIA AND THE EU DEMAND Wolter ELBERSEN, Wageningen UR THE CASE OF OIL PALM RESIDUES Jesús Alberto GARCÍA NÚÑEZ, Cenipalma SUGAR CANE RESIDUE POTENTIAL Nicolás Gil, Cenicaña, Johan Martinez, Asocana, Wolter Elbersen, Wageningen UR WHAT MAKES MARKETS TICK: SUSTAINABILITY AND CERTIFICATION Foluke QUIST-WESSEL, AgriQuest BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AND PRACTICAL EXAMPLE; PALM OIL MILL EFFLUENT AS AN ENERGY SOURCE. Stefan Blankenborg, Enki Energy 15.00 - COFFEE & TEA BREAK | OPPORTUNITY FOR NETWORKING 15.15 - CASES

CASE STUDY: THE VALORISATION OPPORTUNITIES AND THEIR PERSPECTIVES Jesus GARCIA, Asocana / Jan VAN DAM, Wageningen UR EXPERIENCES IN BIOMASS VALORISATION IN COLOMBIA Harold MARTINA, GMSP B.V.

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IMPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE SOIL MANAGEMENT Hans LANGEVELD, Biomass Research

BIOMASS DEMAND FROM A BIOMASS BUYERS PERSPECTIVE EU Biomass buyer (invited) THE CASE OF CELLULOSE Jan van DAM, Wageningen UR; Frank KOPER, Celluplam SUPPLIERS VIEWPOINT COLOMBIA: BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE OIL PALM SECTOR IN RESIDUE VALORISATION Aceites S.A. COLOMBIA: BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR THE SUGARCANE SECTOR – WHAT IS AND WHAT IS NOT ATTRACTIVE? Asocana/Cenicana (invited) 16.30 - PANEL DISCUSSION PROGRAM CLOSURE: WRAP UP BY THE CHAIRMAN Peter ZUURBIER

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TUESDAY 7th JUNE , 13:30 - 17:00

Room: G 105

Sustainability of forest bioenergy: technological, climate and economic perspectives of the bioeconomy transition Phasing off fossil fuels is mandatory to achieve ambitious climate change mitigation. Forest resources can be managed to enhance the transition to a bioeconomy. The workshop present and discuss research in the field of technology improvements, integrated value chain analysis, climate change impacts and policy instruments for enabling a sustainable and cost-efficient bioeconomy. Due to its abundant forest resource base, Scandinavia in general, and Norway in particular, stands in a unique position to contribute to growth in the supply of forest-based biomass. However, increasing the supply of forest bioenergy is not without risk. It involves intensified management and there are concerns that this may have adverse effects on ecosystem and climate regulation services. At the same time, we need technological advancements to use resource more efficiently. Procuring an additional supply of wood for use as bioenergy will also result in some market-mediated indirect effects.

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Workshop host The workshop is hosted by CenBio – the Norwegian Bioenergy Innovation Centre. The research centre is one of eleven Norwegian Research Centres for Environmentally friendly Energy, and aims at enabling sustainable and costefficient bioenergy industry in Norway. In CenBio, researchers address the entire value chains of virgin biomass and biodegradable waste fractions, including production, harvesting and transportation, conversion to heat and power, and upgrading residues to valuable products.

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Agenda 13:30 - WELCOME TO THE WORKSHOP ORGANISED BY THE NATIONAL R&DTEAM ON BIOENERGY Øyvind Johnsen, Norwegian University of Life Sciences – NMBU 13:40 - SESSION 1: TECHNOLOGY AND VALUE CHAINS Session chair: Marie Bysveen, SINTEF Energy Research STATUS AND PERSPECTIVES OF TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN THE FOREST BIOENERGY VALUE CHAIN Øyvind Skreiberg, SINTEF Energy Research ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ANALYSIS OF THE NORWEGIAN BIOENERGY INDUSTRY SECTOR Anders Arvesen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology – NTNU KEY NOTE: BIOENERGY PILOT PLANTS IN SWEDEN Anders Hjörnhede, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden THE WINNER OF THE BIOENERGY INNOVATION AWARD Trond Værnes, Research Council of Norway 15:00 - BREAK

NOT ONLY CARBON: CLIMATE REGULATION SERVICES OF FOREST ECOSYSTEMS AND RESPONSES TO MANAGEMENT Francesco Cherubini, Norwegian University of Science and Technology – NTNU FOREST BIOENERGY IN EU: CURRENT STATUS, POLICY OUTLOOK AND TECHNOLOGY PERSPECTIVE Jacopo Giuntoli, European Commission, Joint Research Centre KEY NOTE: PRODUCTIVITY, INCREMENT AND FOREST ECOSYSTEM SERVICES Pekka Kauppi, University of Helsinki

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15:15 - SESSION 2: CLIMATE AND POLICY Session chair: Odd Jarle Skjelhaugen, Norwegian University of Life Sciences - NMBU

16:20 - Panel debate INCREASING THE SUPPLY OF FOREST BIOENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION - LESSONS LEARNT AND WIN-WIN SITUATIONS Moderator: Trond Værnes, Research Council of Norway Panel participants: Anders Hjörnhede, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden Jacopo Giuntoli, European Commission, Joint Research Centre Pekka Kauppi, University of Helsinki Morten Fossum, Statkraft Heat AS, Norway Eilif Due, Norwegian Forest Association Francesco Cherubini, Norwegian University of Science and Technology - NTNU 16:45 - CLOSING WORDS Marie Bysveen, SINTEF Energy Research

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TUESDAY 7th JUNE , 13:30 - 17:00

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The world needs more land use change A majority of world ecosystem services are currently being degraded or used unsustainably and human land use has been identified a major cause. Society will continue to set a large ‘footprint’ on Earth, since our land use provides food, bioenergy and other products necessary for sustaining an increasing human population. Expanded use of biomass requires that landscape management systems are developed that promote biodiversity and provide biomass along with a broad range of other ecosystem services. Achieving this requires far-reaching changes in how land is used, i.e., the world needs more land use change. This workshop highlights bioenergy as an opportunity to integrate new biomass production into landscapes to mitigate land use impacts and improve resource use efficiency and sustainability. The workshop will feature contributions from a broad range of disciplines addressing issues such as: • • •

Land and water impacts of land use change associated with bioenergy expansion; Methods to assess impacts on biodiversity and ecosystem services; Governance to promote landscape management and design balancing multiple goals related to environmental and resource management.

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Participants are invited to share experiences and views on how biomass production can be localised, designed and managed to support both provisioning and regulating ecosystem services to meet future demand for food, energy and materials, as well as nature conservation needs.

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Agenda 13:30 - WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION Gรถran Berndes, IEA Bioenergy 13:40 - SETTING THE SCENE Jeffrey Skeer, IRENA SESSION 1 BIOENERGY AS A TOOL FOR INCREASING RESOURCE USE EFFICIENCY AND MITIGATING LAND USE IMPACTS 14:00 - BIOENERGY FROM AGROFORESTRY CAN LEAD TO IMPROVED FOOD SECURITY, CLIMATE CHANGE, SOIL QUALITY AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT Navin Sharma, ICRAF 14:15 - OPTIMIZING LIGNOCELLULOSIC CROPPING SYSTEMS TO ACHIEVE MULTIPLE BENEFITS Ioannis Dimitriou, IEA Bioenergy 14:30 - GBEP-AG6: GOOD EXAMPLES OF BIOENERGY-WATER RELATIONSHIPS Uwe Fritsche, IINAS 14:30 - COMMENTS AND PERSPECTIVES PROVIDED BY THE AUDIENCE 15:00-15:15 BREAK

15:15 - WELCOME BACK Gรถran Berndes, IEA Bioenergy 15:20 - THREE WAYS TO ENHANCE SUSTAINABLE BIOMASS OUTPUT FROM EXISTING AGRICULTURE LAND Hans Langeveld, IEA Bioenergy 15:35 - APPROACHES TO PROMOTE LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT AND DESIGN BALANCING MULTIPLE GOALS RELATED TO ENVIRONMENTAL AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Virginia Dale, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA 15:50 - PROMOTING BENEFICIAL LAND-USE CHANGE: IMPROVED METHODS TO GUIDE DECISIONS TOWARD POSITIVE OUTCOMES Keith Kline, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

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SESSION 2 ENABLING POSITIVE BIOENERGY DEVELOPMENT

CONCLUDING 16:10 - REALISING POSITIVE BIOENERGY DEVELOPMENT: PRACTICAL OPPORTUNITIES Zoltรกn Szabรณ, Ethanol Europe 16:30 - COMMENTS AND PERSPECTIVES PROVIDED BY THE AUDIENCE 16:50 - CONCLUDING WORDS Hans Langeveld, IEA Bioenergy 157


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TUESDAY 7th JUNE , 16:00 - 18:00

Room: G 107

Long-Term Prospects for Advanced Liquid Biofuels The UN Sustainable Energy for All initiative calls for doubling the global share of renewable energy by 2030. IRENA’s “REmap” analysis of cost-effective options for doing so suggests that bioenergy use should triple by then, with biofuel production rising to 500 billion litres of biofuel production per annum. A quarter of this amount might come from advanced processes, converting lignocellulosic feedstocks like farm and forest residues and rapidly growing woods and grasses to a mix of fuel and high-value co-products.

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But such a hundred-fold increase in advanced liquid biofuels faces a host of political, technical and economic challenges. With a prolonged period of declining oil prices, the competitive environment has intensified and biofuel investments have stagnated. To compete with petroleum-based gasoline and diesel fuel, as well as with conventional ethanol and biodiesel, advanced biorefineries will have to be built more cheaply, operate more efficiently, and produce more valuable co-products than we’d thought before. In view of concerns over food supplies and carbon sequestration, innovative strategies are needed to ensure that enough biomass feedstock can be sustainably produced on existing forest and farm lands. This workshop will present the technology status and market prospects for production of advanced liquid biofuels, drawing upon perspectives of leaders in energy project finance, biofuel industry and the aviation industry for which advanced liquid biofuels will be vital to provide a sustainable long-term fuel supply. Panelists will discuss the key challenges to expanding the advanced biofuels market and how to meet them. To what extent will lower oil prices delay investments in pilot plants that are needed to reduce plant costs to competitive levels? What should be done to ensure an adequate supply of residues and other feedstock? What are the prospects for technology progress to reduce plant costs and raise feedstock yields? What are the prospects for innovative products that could add to the value proposition of advanced biorefineries?

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Agenda Chair: Jeffrey Skeer Senior Programme Officer - Technology Cooperation, IRENA 16:00 - OPENING 16:10 - TECHNOLOGY OUTLOOK FOR ADVANCED LIQUID BIOFUELS Francisco Boshell, IRENA 16:30 - LAND, WATER, AND SKY - MARKET PROSPECTS FOR ADVANCED BIOFUELS Ralph P. Overend, Nextfuels llc. 16:50 - ADVANCING THE ADVANCED BIOFUELS INDUSTRY Sari Mannonen, UPM Biofuels 17:10 - SUSTAINABLY FUELLING THE AVIATION SECTOR David Chiaramonti - Renewable Energy Consortium for Research and Demonstration (RE-Cord) 17:30 - PANEL DISCUSSION

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17:50 - WRAP-UP

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WEDNESDAY 8th JUNE , 13:30 - 16:45

Room: G 105

Efficient and intelligent biomass supply chains - enablers of sustainable competitiveness The variable costs, i.e. the feedstock costs play an important role in the competitiveness of bioenergy compared to other renewable energy sources. Also, the rise of bioeconomy and the need for sustainable energy are expected to increase both the demand for biomass as well as biomass volumes moving in supply chains. Therefore, it is important that the available biomass resources are used and supplied efficiently and to the maximum benefit. For all bioenergy and biorefinery applications, biomass supply chains have to be cost and resource efficient and reliable, including both quantity and quality aspects. This workshop discusses different aspects of radically improved biomass supply chains, including quality management enabled by measurements and forecast methods, simulation and optimization of logistics, role of storages, traceability and sustainability. One important conclusion will be how the best technologies and solutions enable holistic and value-driven management of the supply chains, also from the end user’s perspective. The presented know-how and methodology will be applicable for different biomasses in different markets.

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This event is organized in the framework of the Sustainable Bioenergy Solutions for Tomorrow (BEST) research program www.clicinnovation.fi/activity/best.

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Agenda 13:30 - OPENING SESSION Opening words and introduction Kaisu Leppänen, Program Manager, BEST program / CLIC Innovation Guest speaker: Prof. André Faaij, Groningen University (tbc) THEME 1: QUALITY MANAGEMENT Moisture measurement applications in biomass value chains Jouni Tornberg, CTO, Measurepolis Development Ltd. Prediction models for estimating moisture content of small diameter stem wood and logging residues Johanna Routa, Researcher Scientist, Natural Resources Institute Finland THEME 2: ENSURING THE SUSTAINABILITY OF BIOMASS SUPPLY Chain of custody and sustainability assessment in different biomass supply chains Olli-Jussi Korpinen, Researcher, Lappeenranta University of Technology 15:00 - BREAK

State-of-the-art tools for modelling terminal-based supply chains Matti Virkkunen, Researcher scientist, VTT Optimizing supply chain logistics: Case Poland Olli-Jussi Korpinen, Researcher, Lappeenranta University of Technology THEME 4: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL MODELS Fast track: An alternative operational model Lauri Sikanen, Principal Scientist, Natural resources institute Finland Steering the supply chain based on direct feedback from the user Jyrki Raitila, Senior scientist, VTT

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15:15 - THEME 3: MODELLING AND OPTIMIZING SUPPLY CHAINS

SUMMARY: HOLISTIC AND VALUE-DRIVEN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Lauri Sikanen, Principal Scientist, Natural resources institute Finland

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WEDNESDAY 8th JUNE , 13:30 - 16:45

Room: G 106

Advanced Biorefineries: Simulation, Process Integration, Value Analysis and Life Cycle Assessment Biomass is a low carbon source of energy, chemicals- commodity and specialty and materials- polymers and elements. The complex site configurations arising from integration between biomass feedstocks, processes and products are known as biorefineries. The call for cost-effective and sustainable production of energy, chemical and material products from biomass gives light for the conception of biorefineries. For sustainable biorefinery design, the nature and range of alternatives for feedstocks, process technologies, intermediate platforms and products are important to know. In this workshop, the features and principles of advanced biorefinery configurations (multiple feedstocks, products, and platforms), project ideas and concepts are introduced alongside tools to design feasible and competitive biorefineries and assess the sustainability of biorefineries. It deals with the specialized subject matter thoroughly with good explanations of the chemistries involved and emphasizes where conventional chemical engineering principles differ from those needed to design biorefinery plant.

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The workshop features hands-on experience in biorefinery designs and technoeconomic, engineering and sustainability analyses, as described in the book “Biorefineries and Chemical Processes - Design, Integration and Sustainability Analysis� that will be officially presented during this event. For Themes 4-5, each participant needs to bring own laptop. Materials of all the themes would be made available to all participants of the workshop.

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Agenda 13:30 - THEME 1: BIOREFINERY INNOVATIONS AND INTEGRATED CONFIGURATIONS PROJECT IDEAS AND CONCEPTS Jhuma Sadhukhan, University of Surrey, UK ADVANCED BIOREFINERY CONFIGURATIONS (MULTIPLE FEEDSTOCKS, PRODUCTS, AND PLATFORMS) Elias Martinez-Hernandez, University of Oxford, UK THEME 2: ENHANCING ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF BIOREFINERIES BY PROCESS INTEGRATION BIOREFINERY PROCESS INTEGRATION AND UTILITY SYSTEM DESIGN FOR MAXIMUM ENERGY EFFICIENCY Kok Siew Ng, University of Surrey, UK THEME 3: SUSTAINABLE BIOREFINERY VALUE CHAIN CREATION ECONOMIC VALUE AND LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENTS FOR OPTIMAL AND SUSTAINABLE BIOREFINERY SYSTEMS Jhuma Sadhukhan, University of Surrey, UK 15:00 - BREAK

RESOURCE EFFICIENCY ENHANCEMENT BY MULTI-PLATFORM BIOREFINERY SYSTEMS Elias Martinez-Hernandez, University of Oxford, UK THEME 5: HANDS-ON PROBLEM SOLVING II UNLOCKING THE VALUE OF URBAN WASTE BY THE RECOVERY OF FUNCTIONAL PRODUCTS FOR CIRCULAR ECONOMY Jhuma Sadhukhan, University of Surrey, UK

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15:15 - THEME 4: HANDS-ON PROBLEM SOLVING I

SUMMARY: INNOVATIVE AND SUSTAINABLE BIOREFINERY SYSTEMS

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WEDNESDAY 8th JUNE , 13:30 - 17:00

Room: G 108

Introduction to the biogas package: software for biogas research Determination of biogas and methane production from raw laboratory data requires a sequence of calculations that are not standardised. Theory for predicting methane production from substrate composition is well developed, but calculations are tedious. The biogas package ( https://cran.r-project.org/web/ packages/biogas) addresses these problems. It provides free, open-source tools for easy, accurate, and reproducible data processing and predictions. The workshop will start with an introduction to the biogas web app (which does not require any knowledge of R), followed by a demonstration of the biogas package in R. Workshop participants will be taught how to use this software for common tasks, including: • •

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Correcting measured gas volume for water vapour, temperature, and pressure; Calculating molar mass and calculated oxygen demand from chemical formulas; Calculating cumulative methane production from raw data; Summarising results, including calculating BMP; Predicting biogas and methane production from substrate composition

The workshop will consist of three parts: a short lecture on the principles of measuring and predicting biogas production, demonstration and instruction on the use of the software through examples and explanation, and exercises where participants will practice using the software. The instructional block will include two parts: use of the web app, followed by use of the R package. By working through detailed examples, the instructors will show what the software can do and how to do it. Participants can use their own data for exercises, or use example data sets included with the software. All participants should bring a laptop computer (Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux) with them. Those who are interested in working in R (not required for the web app) should install R (https://cran.r-project.org/) prior to the workshop.

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Agenda 13.30 - WELCOME, WORKSHOP OVERVIEW 13.40 - MEASUREMENT AND PREDICTION OF BIOGAS PRODUCTION: CURRENT PRACTICE AND THE ROLE OF BIOGAS SOFTWARE 13.50 - THE BIOGAS WEB APP 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Simple tools: gas volume correction, calculation of COD and molar mass Predicting biogas production Processing laboratory data: cumulative biogas and methane production and rates Calculation of biochemical methane potential (BMP) Comparison of volumetric and gravimetric methods

15.00 - BREAK 15.15 - THE BIOGAS PACKAGE IN R 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Importing data Low-level functions: correcting gas volume, calculating COD and molar mass Predicting biogas production and composition with predBg() Processing laboratory data: cumulative biogas and methane production and rates with cumBg() Summarising data and calculating biochemical methane potential (BMP) with summBg()

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16.30 - EXERCISES

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THURSDAY 9th JUNE , 09:00 - 15:15

Room: G 106

S2Biom - delivery of sustainable supply of non-food biomass to support a resource-efficient Bioeconomy in Europe: Outcomes and outlook for the future The workshop will present the first results of this FP7-funded project. It supports the sustainable delivery of non-food biomass feedstock at local, regional and pan-European level through developing strategies and roadmaps that will be informed by a “computerised and easy to use” toolset with updated harmonised datasets at local, regional, national and pan-European level for EU28, Western Balkans, Ukraine, Moldova and Turkey. The project has built-up a concise knowledge base both for the sustainable supply and logistics of non-food biomass (quantities, costs, technological pathway options for 2020 and beyond), as well as for the development of technology and market strategies to support the development of a “resource efficient” bioeconomy for Europe.

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The research work covers the whole biomass delivery chain from primary biomass to end-use of non-food products, including logistics, pre-treatment and conversion technologies. Activities are implemented in three individual but strongly interrelated Themes. Theme 1 covers the methodological approaches to build up a concise knowledge base for the efficient resource mobilisation and the assessment of resource efficient biomass value chains. Theme 2 uses the findings from Theme 1 and developed a vision, strategies and a R&D roadmap for the sustainable delivery of non-food biomass feedstocks at the different regional levels. Theme 3 validates the findings from Theme 1 and 2 and ensures the project outreach, with selected case studies at different scales of biomass supply chains applications.

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Agenda 09:00 - REGISTRATION 09:20 - WELCOME TO THE WORKSHOP Rainer Janssen and Ilze Dzene, WIP Renewable Energies, Germany 09:30 - THE S2BIOM PROJECT - INTRODUCTION LUDGER WENZELIDES, FNR, GERMANY Calliope Panoutsou, Imperial College London, United Kingdom 10:00 COFFEE BREAK 10:30 - VERVIEW OF S2BIOM TOOL BOX Igor Staritsky & Berien Elbersen, DLO, The Netherlands 11:00 TESTING OF S2BIOM TOOL BOX Moderated by: Igor Staritsky, DLO, The Netherlands 11:30 - TESTING OF BIOMASS & TECHNOLOGY MATCHING TOOL Tijs Lammens, BTG, The Netherlands 12:30 LUNCH BREAK

14:15 - TESTING LOCAGISTICS TOOL FOR BIOMASS CHAIN DESIGN AND EVALUATION Bert Annevelink, DLO, The Netherlands 15:00 - SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS Ludger Wenzelides, FNR, Germany Calliope Panoutsou, Imperial College London, United Kingdom

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13:30 - TESTING BEWHERE TOOL FOR OPTIMAL TECHNOLOGY, LOCATION AND CAPACITY OF BIO-ENERGY PRODUCTION PLANTS AND EVALUATION Sylvain Leduc, IIASA, Austria

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A. Hak Renewable Energy B.V

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Anaero Technology LTD

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Bioeconomy Research Program Baden-Württemberg

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Bioenergy Insight / Biofuels International

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Biomass Research

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Bioprocess Pilot Facility

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Bioprocess Control

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Biorefly

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BTG Biomass technology group

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BNL Clean Energy

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CenBio – Norwegian Bioenergy Innovation Centre

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C.R.E.A.R. - RECORD

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DIRECTORATE OF BIOENERGY, REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

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DNV GL - ENERGY

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DORSET GREEN MACHINES

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Elementar Analysensysteme GmbH

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ENEA

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Energy Academy Europe (EAE)

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Energy Centrum Netherlands (ECN)

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ETA-Florence Renewable Energies

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EUBCE Info Point

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EUBIA - European Biomass Industry Association

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EUREC E.E.I.G.

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European Commission - Joint Research Centre

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FNR-Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe e.V.

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INADCO

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Ingenia Consultant

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Kara Energy Group

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Macpresse Europa

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New Foss

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Polytechnik Luft- und Feuerungstechnik GmbH

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SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub

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The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl)

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University of Twente

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Wageningen UR

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Polytechnik Luft- und Feuerungstechnik GmbH

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Macpresse Europa

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EUBIA - European Biomass Industry Association

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C.R.E.A.R. - RECORD

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ETA-Florence Renewable Energies

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EUBCE Info Point

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DIRECTORATE OF BIOENERGY, REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

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ENEA

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BNL Clean Energy

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FNR-Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe e.V.

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CenBio – Norwegian Bioenergy Innovation Centre

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The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl)

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University of Twente

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Bioeconomy Research Program Baden-Württemberg

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Bioprocess Control

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Frontier Labs

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Supergen Bioenergy Hub

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Anaero Technology LTD

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Biomethane potential (BMP) and Auto-fed digesters: Pioneering equipment for AD research & innovation

15 digesters per set. Steel paddle equal mixing to all digesters. Non-disruptive sampling, pH monitoring port. Minimum bath water loss. Real-time gas flow monitoring and conversion to STP.

Feed automatically, at the frequency required, to closely replicate real-life digester operation Feeding patterns influence the kinetics of biogas production. feeding once a day causes transient shock loads and impacts digester microbiology.

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Our machines enable more realistic microbiological studies under controlled conditions akin to those of real digesters. Automatic fed digesters improve research control and allow you to decide the feeding frequency of your tests while freeing researcher time.

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Bioeconomy Research Program Baden-Württemberg We are a network of leading universities and research institutions that was founded to implement a systemic bioeconomy strategy and to collaborate in training of graduate students. Our research focuses on: • Sustainable and flexible value chains for Biogas in BadenWürttemberg • Lignocellulose as alternative resource platform for new materials and products

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Keli Bioenergy, guangzhou, guangdong

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ainengjie new energy, Jiangyan, Jiangsu

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Bgp03 Bgp05 Bgp08 Bgp16 Bgp19 Bgp20 Cap02 Cap03 Cap04 Cap05

25 000 10 000 20 000C

Šujica terni" d.o.o., Šujica, tomislavgrad BraZiL

Brp02 Brp04

20 000 46 000 40 000 40 000 18 000 75 000

Bionovus, gomel Fiona Limited Liability Company,orsha ekogran, Bobruisk

delhez Bois, amel BoSnia & HerZegoVina

Bap03 Bap04 Bap08

Closed

40 000 10 000 40 000 50 000

rZ, Bad St Leonhart pelletswerk Waldviertel, eigl, rastenfeld Binderholz, unternberg Schmidt-energie, aspang BeLaruS

Byp01 Byp03 Byp06

Bap10

75 000 60 000

25 000

rZ, Leiben bei melk Ökowärme, reichraming

atp38 atp39 atp40

32 000

30 000

rZ, Vöcklamarkt Binderholz, Jenbach Binderholz, St. georgen german pellets (glechner), oberweis Cycle energy , gaishorn pfeifer, imst

atp34 atp35

atp41

28 000 80 000

german pellets, FireStixx, abtenau Schösswendter, Saalfelden

atp21 atp22 atp23 atp24 atp25 atp26 atp27 atp31 atp33

40 000 150 000

Seppele, Feistritz an der drau rZ, ybbs mayr-meinhof, Leoben Seppele (Hasslacher), Sachsenburg pellex, Bioenergie, Sachsenburg

atp17 atp19

Cap76 CLp01 CLp02

60 000 90 000 40 000 50 000

200 000C 50 000 400 000 130 000 50 000 40 000

granules Lg, St Felicien Qc

120 000

granules de la mauricie, Shavinigan-Sud, Qc

22 000

Lauzon, papineauville QC

30 000

pinskdrev - dSp, pinsk

25 000

evroholz, minsk

10 000

Cap18 Cap28

La Crete premium pellets, La Crete aB marwood, Fredericton nB

8 000

Cnp034 Cnp035 Cnp036 Cnp037 Cnp038 Cnp039 Cnp040 Cnp041

Honghao Bioenergy, dongguan, guangdong

Cnp013

Baohua Bioenergy, ganzhou, Jiangxi Bioene Bioenergy, guangzhou, guangdong

36 000 20 000 15 000 120 000

Hrp02 Hrp04 Hrp05 Hrp09 Hrp10 CZp05 CZp08

Finvestcorp, Cabar

12 000 40 000

12 000 100 000 10 000

LVp31 LVp34 LVp35 LVp37

5 000

Ltp01 Ltp07

100 000

Ltp08

50 000

Ltp10

10 000p

30 000 25 000 30 000

Frp15 Frp17 Frp22 Frp26 Frp27 Frp31 Frp33 Frp35

Sica grasasa, Sainte Sabine en Born

Frp40

Cogra, auvergne

Frp41

Socofag, pontivy

Frp48 Closed 20 000 75 000 55 000 18 000

Frp51 Frp56 Frp58 Frp67 Frp76 Frp82 Frp83 Frp94

Bioval, yssingeaux neeco sga, arlanc

Frp98 Frp99 Frp100 Frp101 Frp104

15 000 70 000 30 000

Frp106 Frp107 Frp108

10 000 90 000 50 000 100 000 50 000 10 000 68 000

interval, aarc les gray

dep40 dep45 dep46 dep52 dep53 dep55 dep62 dep63

Bayerwald pellet (Holz Schiller), regen

dep65

Hanse-pellet, Buchholz

dep66

Fehrbellin naturholz, Fehrbellin

25 000 30 000 10 000 50 000 60 000 50 000

dep69 dep74 dep77 dep80 dep83 dep95 dep96 dep98

dep100

48 000 42 000 150 000 30 000 50 000 10 000 20 000

Juwi Bio, morbach (rheinland-pfalz)

120 000 60 000 23 400

itp55 itp58 itp59 itp61 itp66 itp72 itp73 itp75 itp77

90 000 20 000

eC Bioenergie, Hardegsen (Leinetal)

70 000

eC Bioenergie, mittenaar

115 000

german pellets ostsachsen, Löbau

75 000

Wun Bioenergie, german pellet, Wunsiedel

30 000

german pellets, Wilburgstetten

75 000

Spessart Holz energie (SHe), dorfprozelten

60 000p

german pellets, Sachen-anhalt nord, oranienbaum

75 000

rio Holzenergie, Juwi, dotternhausen,

30 000

mdL.metra duta Lestari, merauke

Sitta, Friuli Venezia giulia ud

Jpp02 Jpp03

25 000 80 000 20 000

pe.pe., azzana decimo, Friuli Venezia giulia geminati pierino, Lombardia BS imola Legno, emilia romagna Bo melinka italia, Veneto Vr

pelets de la mancha, Ciudad real

Biomasa Forestal, as pontes-a Coruna Bioterna, Sangüesa

20 000 70 000 10 000

aprovechamientos energeticos del Campo S.L Burpellets, dona Santos, Burgos

Calorpel, orkoien-pamplona, navarra mancomunidad anso , Huesca galpellet , ourense

15 000 70 000

10 000 10 000 20 000

BgF europe , La garrovilla, Badajoz

SCa nuestrompadreJesus, Jabalquinto Vivero Central, Valladolid

184 000C 10 000 12 000

naparpellet, navarra

20 000

evercast, Segovia

15 000

Coterram, Leon

15 000

Hita Shigen Kaihatsu, oita

Forest energy Kadokawa (mitsubishi), miyazaki Biomass recycling Center, okinawa miyazaki Wood pellet, miyazaki

30 000 50 000 20 000

myp01 myp02 myp03 myp05 myp06 myp07

KioWatt, roost

30 000

LVp08

Kurzemes granulas, Ventspils

70 000

pLp06

task, Kiszkowo

10 000

LVp09

Sia graanul invest, Launkalne

180 000

pLp13

Sylva, Koscierzyna, Wiele

10 000

Frp111

30 000

Cnp072

Lvba Bioenergy, Jinhua, Zhejiang

150 000

Cnp073

Heyu Bioenergy, Huzhou, Zhejiang

36 000

Fip15

12 000

Fip18

Savon Bioenergia oy, rantasalmi Formados oy, Kuusamo

10 000

www.hrv.pt

www.pellasx.eu

Biosyl, Cosne Cours sur Loire

100 000

germany

dep113

ante Holz gmbH, rottleberode

dep114

pfeifer Holz, Lauterbach

www.uniconfort.com – ITALY

www.barlinek.com

80 000

LVp10

Latgran, Jaunjelgava

70 000

LVp11

Latgran, Jekabpils

92 000 175 000

pLp25

eko-orneta, orneta

pLp29

Libero, Kuczbork

pLp50

www.andritz.com

wood@minimax.de www.minimax.de

www.vermeer.com

Ad_GreatPelletsMap.indd 1

P E L L E T

www.cpmeurope.nl

P L A N T S

www.dieffenbacher.com

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60 000 60 000

50 000

ptp14

www.vidaenergi.se

G M BH

www.nikkhsin.com

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60 000

CHp10 CHp15 CHp16 CHp18

40 000 10 000

nLp05

Horizon Bioenergi, Stramproy green, Steenwijk

30 000

rup68

granula, moscow region

18 000

rup73

pLK, tver region

www.firefly.se

104 000 125 000 60 000

dalkia Bioenergy, Chilton

35 000 55 000 30 000 30 000 100 000 45 000

duffield Wood pellets, Futureenergy, yorkshire agripellets, alcester

12 000

uKp32

100 000

Land energy, girvan

uap02

Barlinek, Vinnica

24 000

60 000

uap03

itac group mukaschevo, pausching

75 000

10 000

uap04

Barlinek, ivano Frankovsk, Kalvsji

24 000

24 000

uap06

12 000

uap08

pellet energy ukraine, emelchino, Zhytomyrski

50 000

ecoBio-top, ivano Frankivsk

10 000

www.akahl.de www.buhlergroup.com www.aiel.cia.it

Wood Pelleting w w w. a k a h l . d e Plants

www.orient-biofuel.com

WORLD BIOENERGY 2014 3–5 JUNE 2014 JöNköpiNg, SwEdEN

www.fisker.as

Blue Fire renewables, Fulton, Ca mallard Creek, rocklin, Ca enova energy group, gordon, ga enova energy group, Warrenton, ga Henry County Hardwoods, paris, tn isabella pellet, Lake isabella, mi olympus pellets, Shelton, Wa pacific pellet, redmond, or Superior pellet Fuels, north pole, aK Westervelt renewable energy, aliceville, aL

Vinaconex, yen Bai Hà thành group, Viet tri phu tho duy dai Corp., da nang dpS, dong nai green energy, tien giang Vinafood 1, dong thap Biomass mekong, dong thap Southern resource, Ho Chi minh

746

Plants with total installed capacity (metric tonnes)

wa s

bioenergy and wherever

is discussed”

362 000p 54 000 500 000p 450 000p 36 000 36 000 45 000 36 000 10 000 280 000

VeneZueLa Biogy, estado de Lara

25 000

Vietnam

Vnp03 Vnp04 Vnp08 Vnp09 Vnp10 Vnp11

49 000 50 000 36 000 36 000 70 000

Pellets Special

2015

nal atI NAL ernATI IntERN INT

140 000 24 000 180 000 47 496 830

58 000 52 000 60 000

uKraine

80 000

”Whenever

32 000

20 000 25 000

drax, yorkshire Verdo renewables Ltd, grangemouth, Scotland Verdo renewables Ltd, andover

Disclaimer The purpose of this map is to provide an illustrative overview of activity in the global biomass fuel pellet industry and intended as an informational product only. The data is for 2013 and was collected Jan/Feb 2014. Plants with an installed capacity of 10 000 metric tonnes or more per year are listed. This does not reflect actual production output. “P” denotes planned, “C” denotes under construction and “T” denotes torrefied or steam exploded. The publishers cannot accept any responsibility whatsoever for any inaccuracies or omissions nor be held liable for any actions taken based on the information provided.

hEat & powER World’s first coal to advanced biomass plant conversion. 14 000

Pelleting Plants

uSp189 uSp190 uSp191

Vnp01 Vnp02

Balcas Brites, invergordon, Scotland puffin pellets, Boyndie

uKp21 uKp23 uKp26 uKp29

uSp196

15 000C 10 000

uKp14 uKp15

uKp30

uSp197

Vep1

green Wood industry, Zaghouan Sogra, Sfax united Kingdom abacuswood, Bridgend, Wales Balcas Brites, enniskillen, northern ireland Blazers Wood pellets, ruthin, Wales

uKp13

40 000 30 000 24 000 12 000

uSp198

90 000

tuniSia tnp01 tnp02 uKp01 uKp02 uKp04

25 000 24 000

120 000

uSp194 uSp195

topell energy, rWe , duiven

40 000

65 000 40 000

Biom, arkhangelskaya ekoles, Kallinin-tver region

ecopel, Kirovsk, Leningrad region

Biomag ecotechnology, petrozavodsk, Karelia republic enisey, Krasnoyarsky region

Lesnye technology, tver region Stod, tver region

emS-dnepr, Smolensk Biogran, Karelia

Bioles, tver region

uSp192 uSp193

16 000

energy pellets moerdijk, moerdijk plospan Bio-energy BV, Waardenburg

nLp04

25 000

10 000 20 000 20 000 26 000

plan Biomass Co., Ltd. tHe netHerLandS

nLp01 nLp03

50 000

165 000

ruSSia

www.detikaturan.com

Bestpellet, (Bösingen) dödingen Beniwood, gossau Valpellets Sa, uvrier/Sion enerbois Sa, rueyres tHaiLand

tHp01

10 000 100 000

124 000

Holzindustrie Schweighofer, Comanesti Brilit, Veliky novgorod

rup18 rup36 rup37 rup43 rup49 rup53 rup59 rup63 rup64 rup66

uSp186

MaRKEts & FiNaNCE Biofuels GHG savings 80 % better than thought before. INTERNATI NAL

Publisher: sbsAb bioenergy internAtionAl holländArgAtAn 17, se-111 60 stockholm, sweden tel: + 46 8-441 70 88 info@bioenergyinternational.com www.bioenergyinternational.com

INT IntERN ernATI atI NAL nal

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national is based in Stockholm, Sweden

70 000 125 000

100 000

omnipellets, Leiria ireLand Laois Sawmills Ltd, portlaoise romania Holzindustrie Schweighofer, Sebes eco energ Lemn (eeL), Campulung la tisa ecolemn products, Caransebes Holzindustrie Schweighofer, radauti,

rop07 rup10

15 000 12 000

www.laxapellets.se

150 000

enerpellets, pedrogao grande techpellet, Stellep , Chaves Lusoparquete, oliveira de azemeis Vimasol, Celorico melpellets, melgaço pellets First, enerpellets, alcobaca techpellet, Famalicao palser, Serta

ptp34 iep03 rop03 rop04 rop05 rop06

40 000

2013-11-27 15:28:40

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ever since, Bioenergy Inter-

grupo Visabeira pinewells Sa arganil (JaF group), novalenha , oleiros

ptp16 ptp18 ptp20 ptp23 ptp28 ptp29 ptp31

tschopp Holzindustrie ag, Buttisholz

Packaging line supplier for wood pellets

www.vn-trading.de

45 000 32 000 36 000 32 000 32 000 11 000t

100 000p

www.forssjopellets.se

TRADING

www.stela.de

equustock LLC, raton, nm equustock LLC, nacogdoches, tX equustock LLC, Jasper, aL equustock LLC, Clare, mi essex pallet & pellet, Keeseville, ny

200 000C

CHp02

uSp185

integro earth Fuels, greenville triState Biofuels, Lemont Furnace, pa Vulcan renewables, St augustine, FL South Shore Biofuels, Lexington Ky easy Heat Wood pellets, South Charleston, oH

neW

15 000 10 000 50 000

uSp179 uSp180 uSp181 uSp182 uSp183 uSp184

uSp187 uSp188

25 000

67 000

30 000 20 000 11 000 12 000 60 000

ptp32

35 040

12 000 40 000 10 000

80 000C 80 000C

19 000

15 600

150 000

Södra Cell, Värö uddevalla energi, uddevala Stenvalls trä, Sikfors Stockhorvan trä & pellets, Hultsfred Bioenergi i Böta-Kvarn, ruda SWitZerLand Bürli trocknungsanlage, Willisau aeK pellet, Solothurn Bartholdi pellets, Schmidshof

spotlight Aviation and biofuels (part three). 135 000

Sep54 Sep55 Sep56 Sep57 Sep58 CHp01 CHp03 CHp05

Pioneers in Biomass Pelleting & Downstream Processing Of Agriculture Waste

Leading bulk terminal in the Stockholm area - sea, road and rail. 250 000 m2 storage area • 1 000 m quays • 8 000 m rail tracks • 16,5 m water depth

Oxhamn_Leading bulk terminal _60x20 mm.indd 1

50 000 25 000 50 000 52 000 75 000 75 000

100 000

Pellets •

25 000

90 000

13 140

20 000

70 000

Swedwood, resko Safari, Sztum emg, Bialystok ecopowerplant, Kwilcz portugaL enermontijo, pegoes

PALM OIL EFB PELLETS Wood SPECIALIST

www.zhengchang.com

www.aebiom.org

www.teccon.at

www.statkraftbiomasstrading.com

storaensopellets.se

340 000p

gesfino group, Junglepower, Lousada

pellets power, gesfinu group, Viseu

s•

72 000

12 000

250 000t

400 000p

450 000C 450 000C

gesfinu group, pellets power 2 , Setubal

linkedin.com/company/pellet-association-malaysia

www.muyang.com

+46(0)155-25 80 00 • www.oxhamn.se

www.lachenmeier-monsun.com

Fabich, drawsko pomorskie

pLp51 pLp52 pLp53

ptp04 ptp05

facebook.com/pelletsassociationmalaysia

Solutions for Operational Excellence

www.cogentind.com

50 000

350 000 500 000 578 000 500 000 280 000 200 000

312 000p

200 000C 500 000C

300 000Ct

ptp06

56 000C

Vi-tre, røros Forforedling Ba, Levanger Hallingdal trepellets, Ål panama Biogy, Chiriqui poLand arno-eko, Szczecin Barlinek, Barlinek

rio Holzenergie, Juwi, Bad arolsen Baust Holzbetrieb, eslohe Bremke

25 000 16 000 60 000 75 000 50 000 10 000

feature:

new Biomass energy Quitman mS

rentech graanul oliver, Sylvania ga

Fram renewable Fuels, Hazlehurst, ga

general Biofuels georgia LLC, Sandersville, ga Cate Street Capital, thermogen, millinocket

ptp07 ptp15 60 000 36 000 60 000 30 000

nS landmark Sdn Bhd, gemencheh, negeri Sembilan Citatah nikkhsin Biomass, Sabah montenegro Vektra-Jakic, pljevlje

dep111 dep112

40 000 100 000

320 000 750 000

appalachian Wood pellets. (allegheny), Kingwood, WV enviva pellets ahoskie, (enviva Lp) ahoskie, nC

enviva pellets northampton (enviva Lp), garysburg nC german pellets texas ,Woodville, tX

enviva pellets Southampton, (enviva Lp) Franklin, Va Varn Wood products, Hoboken, ga

Westervelt renewable energy, aliceville Low Country Biomass, ridgeland, SC F.e. Wood, Baldwin, me

american pellet Co., Corunna, mi

71 000

neW ZeaLand nature Flame, Solid energy renewable Fuels rotorua nature Flame, Solid Fuls, tuopo Wood pellet Fuel, Huntly

13 000 80 000

60 000

82 000 27 000 34 000 20 000 50 000 10 000 27 000 14 000 20 000 10 000

northeast pellets, ashland, me Curran renewable energy, massena ny Kirtland products, Boyne City, mi malheur pellet mill, (ochoco Lumber), John day or arbor pellet, Salt Lake City, ut american Wood Fibers, marion, Va Lignetics of Virginia, Kenbridge Va nature's earth pellet energy, Laurinburg nC Southern indiana Hardwoods, St. anthony, in georgia Biomass (rWe), Waycross ga

32 000

norWay arbaflame /pemco, Vestmarka pemco trepellets, Brumunddal

agromi, Sept-Saulx archimbaud pellet Land, Labouheyre

eden pellets, Chesapeake, Va

new england Wood pellets, deposit ny

Woodgrain millwork, prineville or manke Lumber Co., tacoma Wa

Blue mountain Lumber prod, pendleton or

north idaho energy Logs, moyie Springs id rocky Canyon pellet Co, grangeville id Frank pellets LLC, Lyons or

Vermont Wood pellet, north Clarendon Vt inferno Wood pellets, e providence, ri instantheat Wood pellets, addison ny

morehouse Bioenergy, (drax Biomass int.), Bastrop, La amite Bioenergy, (drax Biomass int.), gloster, mS First georgia Bioenergy, Waynesville, ga american Wood Fibers, Schofield, Wi

deadwood Biofuels LLC, rapid City, Sd

45 000

detik aturan Sdn Bhd ggS plant, West malaysia Builders Biomass, Johor Shinheung Bio Sdn. Bhd. Citatah nikkhsin Biomass msia Sdn. Bhd. the green Biomass Sdn Bhd, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah excel energy global Sdn Bhd, petaling Jaya, Selangor

nop05 nop09 nop11 pap01 pLp01 pLp02

Frp109 Frp110

uSp164 uSp167 uSp168 uSp169 uSp171

equustock LLC, troy, Va

pLp54

pearl agro sdn bhd, Klang, Selangor

myp10 myp11 mep01 nZp01 nZp03 nZp04

60 000 40 000

uSp148 uSp149 uSp151 uSp153 uSp154 uSp155 uSp156 uSp158 uSp159 uSp163

uSp177 uSp178

12 000

nop01

Vapo oy. Haukiineva, peräseinäjoki Vapo oy, ylistaro, Kylänpää

uSp129 uSp131 uSp133 uSp139 uSp142 uSp143 uSp144 uSp145 uSp147

uSp172 uSp173 uSp174 uSp176

10 000 45 000

15 000

nop02

Fip09 Fip11

55 000 30 000 20 000 70 000 65 000 70 000 40 000 25 000

norrlands trä, Härnösand Falu energi, Falun

90 000

myp08

15 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 80 000 35 000 12 000

27 600 12 000

67 000 40 000 54 000 95 000 85 000 85 000 45 000

100 000

Sep45 Sep50

75 000

myp09

30 000 50 000 30 000

20 000 20 000 15 000

30 000

LatVia

Lantmännen agroenergi (SBe Latvia), talsi Latgranula/incukalna, riga Ced, (norvik), Cesu

dongyang Lvneng Bioenergy, Jinhua, Zhejiang yongkang Chuangneng new energy, Jinhua, Zhejiang

30 000

40 000

110 000

120 000 110 000

16 000

180 000

20 000

120 000

10 000

meiken Lamwood, okayama

Cnp069

18 000 105 000 130 000 160 000

Helsinge pellets, (oK eko. För.), edsbyn mockfjärds Biobränsle, mockfjärd SCa Bionorr, Stugun derome Bioenergi, Veddinge HmaB, Sveg rindi pellets, Älvdalen Södra timber Långasjö Stora enso, grums Fågelfors Hyvleri, Fågelfors

60 000 36 000 90 000 30 000 65 000 81 000 68 000

18 000

50 000

Cnp070

uSp111 uSp113

uSp114 uSp115 uSp116 uSp117 uSp118 uSp120 uSp124 uSp126 uSp127

uSp137

pajala Bioenergi, pajala Bioenergi i Luleå, Luleå Klintpellets , robertsfors

neova, Främlingshem, Valbo pemco träpellets, Säffle Laxå pellets, (oK eko. För.), Laxå Forssjö pellets, Katrineholm neova, Forsnäs, Österbymo neova, Vaggeryd Lantmännen agroenergi, malmbäck Lantmännen agroenergi, norberg Lantmännen agroenergi, ulricehamn

Sep38 Sep39 Sep43 Sep44

55 000 75 000 45 000 30 000 27 000 54 000

25 000

max parkiet, Żuromin

15 000

12 000

54 000 36 000 60 000

13 000 20 000 60 000 50 000 40 000 40 000 15 000 10 000 40 000 36 000

ekoplex, dzialdowo

145 000

Baltic Wood, mazeikiai graanul invest, alytus

144 000

72 000 60 000 75 000 18 000 45 000 12 000 50 000 40 000 65 000

100 000 105 000

115 000

pLp42

granulita, Baisogala

100 000

Stelmet, Zielona gora tartak olczyk, Krasocin pBH Zalubski, Jelcz Laskowice Biopal i, Szczecin

INT IntERN ernATI atI NAL nal

105 000 100 000 110 000

Confluence energy, Kremmling Co

Lee energy Solutions, Crossville aL

marth peshtigo pellet Company, peshtigo Wi eureka pellet mills, Superior, mt

indeck Ladysmith, Ladysmith Wi

o'malley Wood pellets, tappahannock Va Confluence energy, Walden Co

geneva Wood Fuels, Strong, me

Biomass energy LLC, Bumpass, Va

Carolina Wood pellets, macon County nC

pLp45

Baltwood, Vilnius

20 000

20 000

italiana pellets Spa, pavia, Lombardia meridiana Legnami, Scalo - potenza, Basilicata antonelli roberto, monterchi (ar) Casentian Woodcutter Srl, pratovecchio ar i Leprotti, abbiatgrasso(mi)

biogas

Bio-CNG, a growth opportunity in China.

Jpp04 Jpp05 LVp01 LVp03 LVp04

graanul invest, incukalns ekobriketes Sia, Karsava Stali, Cesis newFuels, rezekne

pLp30 pLp35 pLp37 pLp38

-to-revenu te

feature:

40 000t

Forest energy Corp., Show Low aZ Lignetics of idaho, Sandpoint id West oregon Wood products, Columbia City or pellet america Corp., appleton Wi West oregon Wood products, Banks or Bear mountain Forest prod, Brownsville or

enviva pellets Wiggins, perkinston mS Briar Creek Wood Fibers, Sylvania ga

uSp95 uSp96 uSp97 uSp98 uSp99

uSp101 uSp103 uSp104 uSp106 uSp107

12 000

maLaySia

80 000

Segatifriuli, Friuli Venezia giulia La tiesse, Cimadolmo tV Lanz srl, rio di pusteria del Curto, Verderio inferiore, Lombardia LC Friul pellet, Captiva del Friuli, Friuli Venezia giulia go Braga Spa, Casalmaggiore, Lombaridia produttori Sementi Verona, Caldiero, VenetoVr mallarini, Liguria SV

Japan

Jpp01

12 000 24 000 35 000

uSp86

gulf Coast renewable energy, monroe La maine Wood pellets, athens me

uSp88 uSp94

45 000 25 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 32 000 10 000 35 000 14 000 35 000

165 000

LuXemBourg Lup01

itaLy itp01 itp04 itp06 itp10 itp19 itp43 itp45 itp50 itp54

75 000 20 000 50 000

eVo epress-Werk, offenbach

Westpellets gmbH & Co. Kg, titz ameln

dep103 dep104 dep105 dep106 dep107 dep108 dep109 dep110

45 000

120 000 50 000

dep101 dep102

80 000 50 000 80 000 10 000 15 000 65 000 40 000

40 000 16 000

german pellet, Sachsen-anhalt Süd, Heidegrund power pellets , eslohe eC Bioenergie, Kehl nrW pellets (german pellets/rWe), erndtebrück dorr Biomassehof, asch eKo energy gmbH, rothenburg

rio Holzenergie, Juwi , Langelsheim, nieder Sachsen oderland Holzpellets, Frankfurt

10 000 32 000

100 000

Bioenergie Lozere -BC 48, mende

idp01

30 000

energiepellets (epo) (Westerwälder), oberhonnefeld ep energiepellets Hosenfeld, Westerwälder, Hosenfeld german pellets Sachsen, torgau emil Steidle gmbH & Co. Kg, Sigmaringen Schellinger, Krauchenwies FireStixx Hartlietner, Ziertheim Hot’ts oÖ (german pellets), pfarrkirchen

50 000

20 000

15 000

pEllEts Fibre tenure issues in BC, Heat bull and bear in EU. 80 000

eC Bioenergie, dijon 2F investissements, Saint-girons Bourgogne pellets, aiserey Brenil pellets, La roche en Brenil Scierie albert Jung, Berling artois pellets, neuville Siat, urmatt

Franken pellets, Stadtsteinach

20 000 20 000

Boisup, engenville Coopedome, domagne durepaire, Verdille alpes energie Bois, Le Cheylas Servary- Bioforest, St Vincent de tyrosse moulin energie Bois, dunieres auvergne Scierie Farges, egletons Sylvenergie picardie, marle

Frp96 Frp97

40 000 25 000 100 000

30 000

Sundeshy, noirlieu piveteau, Sainte Florence aswood, Bolleville eo2 , Herment ragt, albi ufab, Coop le gouessant, Lamballe Haut doubs pellet, Levier

25 000 10 000

180 000 115 000 105 000

250 000p

dep37

150 000 C

LitHuania

200 000C

Sararasa Biomass, riau global Logix Co. Ltd, Siak

40 000

Biomass Boilers and Plants

www.grecon.de

pannon pellet Kft, Belezna Hungaropellet, raklap es tüzep, Lajosmizse Fantazia agrofa, Cegléd india ankit, Bengaluru green tech india, Bangalore indoneSia

idp02 idp05

40 000

Cellufuel, pärnu Stora enso, näpi Stora enso, imavere graanul invest, oÜ osula graanul, Varese

Hup07 Hup14 Hup17 inp03 inp04

128 000 256 000

FinLand parkanon pellets, parkano Vapo oy, turengin pellettitehdas, turenki

15 000 12 000 30 000

german pellets, ettenheim german pellets, Herbrechtingen

140 000

graanul invest, ebavere graanul graanul invest, imavere, paide

Vapo oy. Kärsämäki

90 000 100 000 256 000 150 000

dep38 dep39

eStonia

eep09 eep10 eep11 eep13 Fip01 Fip02 Fip08

eVS, Sägewerk Schwaiger, Hengersberg pelletierwerk Schwedt, Schwedt moselpellets, trier german pellets, Wismar Haas Holzprodukte, Falkenberg pfeifer Holz, unterbernbach Bio-energie mudau, mudau

35 000 88 000

80 000

Vapo aS, Vildbjerg Vattenfall Biopillefabrik a/S, Köge Bodilsen traepillefabrikken, nyköbing dLg Service, Års dansk träemballage, ribe genfa traepiller, Vinderup graanul invest, Helme graanul, patkula

eep02 eep05

18 000 24 000 90 000 72 000 36 000 10 000 24 000

dep26 dep27 dep31 dep33 dep35 dep36

Vert deshy, meximieux natural energie deshydrome, Le grand Serre

Sodem, marchezais

Latgran, gulbeene ecosource, aluksne Frix, Valmiera aKZ (earl. nelss,) aizkraukle priedaines, Varaklani Latgran, Kraslava

Frp10

denmarK dKp01 dKp03 dKp04 dKp06 dKp09 dKp11 eep01

12 000 72 000 24 000 24 000

100 000

16 000 10 000 40 000 12 000 85 000 40 000

LVp19 LVp20 LVp25 LVp27 LVp30

Frp11

50 000

pfeifer, Holzindustrie donau, trhanov premium pellets, golcuv Jenikov

24 000 30 000 14 400 18 000

Zhongxin Bioenergy, ganzhou, Jiangxi Jianwei pellets, ganzhou, Jiangxi global times Bioenergy Co.Ltd, Huanggang, Hubei yuyi energy tech., guangzhou, guangdong Baida new energy, dongguan, guangdong Lvyuan Bioenergy, dongguan, guangdong geguang Wood industry, Huzhou, Zhejiang Jiatong Wood tech., Huzhou, Zhejiang

Cogra, mende SCa de la Haute Seine, Baigneux les Juifs alpin pellet, tournon Sofag, arc Sous Cicon archimbaud Scierie, Secondigne sur Belle alpha Luzerne, pratz

10 000 50 000 70 000

Frp14

22 000

energy pellets, delnice Visevica Komp, perusic gamauf, poljana moderator, udbina mayr-meinhof, paskov Chanovice, Horovice

CZp09 CZp11

100 000

Hengyuan Bio-tech, danzhou, Hainan daeshin greentech, daxing'anling, Heilongjiang granergy Bio-pellets, muling, Heilongjiang Wanyou Bioenergy, yiyang, Hunan dongsheng ecoBio-tech, yichun, Jiangxi Huawei Bioenergy, Ji'an, Jiangxi

Cnp059 Cnp060 Cnp062 Cnp063 Cnp064 Cnp065 Cnp067 Cnp068

Frp07

Bioenergy Hellas, Larisa Sakkas, Karditsa guatemaLa Biogy, escuintla Hungary

50 000

CZeCH repuBLiC

12 000 60 000 60 000 60 000 200 000

Sanli new energy, nanyang, Henan tiange Bioenergy, Zhengzhou, Henan dandong Jialin Bioenergy, dandong, Liaoning Jucheng Bioenergy, guigang, guangxi Changsheng Biofuel, nanning, guangxi

Cnp052 Cnp053 Cnp054 Cnp055 Cnp057 Cnp058

50 000 30 000 20 000 50 000

dep24

FranCe Frp01 Frp03 Frp04 Frp05

10 000

Frp08

di-tian-tai Bioenergy, Liaocheng, Shandong

12 000 40 000 40 000 100 000 120 000

100 000

12 000 50 000 100 000 100 000

LVp15

greeCe grp01 grp02 gtp01

100 000

Croatia

Hongyi Biofuels, Linyi, Shandong

Cnp044 Cnp045 Cnp048 Cnp050

Cnp014

24 000

Kaisheng Bioenergy, dongguan, guangdong yue-sen energy tech., Foshan, guangdong Hengcheng Bioenergy, Suzhou, Jiangsu Hengsen Bioenergy, taicang, Jiangsu Jianyong Biofuels, taicang, Jiangsu Hanyoung Bioenergy, Suqian, Jiangsu Senyuan Bioenergy, Zibo, Shandong

muziyuan thermal tech., Linyi, Shandong guochang Bioenergy, Qingdao, Shandong Hengtai Wood, Heze, Shandong Hengfa Bioenergy, guangyuan, Sichuan CoLomBia V&g Bioenergias del mundo CoSta riCa BgF europe , Katira Spacva, Vinkovci

Cnp042

Cnp051

60 000

Cnp080 Cnp081 Cnp082 Cnp084 Cop1 Crp01 Hrp01

Cnp043

35 000

10 000

60 000 20 000

15 000 12 000 96 000 36 000

80 000

50 000p 50 000p

Xianhu, Shenyang, Liaoning Huafeng agr. biotechn., yangzhong, Jiangsu Shengchang Bioenergy S&t, Beijing

52 000 10 000

80 000p 75 000C 120 000p 500 000p 190 000p

Cottles island Lumber, Summerford, nL andes Biopellets, Santa Bárbara ecopellets, pudahuel

Baolv biotechnology, dongguan, guangdong anJi greenergy Biofuel Ltd, anji, Zhejiang Zhongsen Bioenergy, Foshan, guangdong Xiongxian niubao Straw processing, Baoding, Hebei Harbin KingStone Biomass energy, Haerbin, Heilongjiang Xintiandi Bioenergy, tai'an, Shandong

Byp09

30 000 40 000 100 000 150 000p

Kd Quality pellets, new Liskeard

Cnp012

42 000 120 000 120 000 90 000

100 000

protocol Biomass, prescott

Cnp010

25 000

Westerwälder Holzpellets, Langenbach 1Heiz Holzpellets, Straubing ante-Holz gmbH, Bromskirchen-Somplar gregor Ziegler thermospan, plössberg BSVg Biostoffverwertungsgesellschaft Klix gmbH Biopell gmbH, empfingen

100 000

atlantic Fiber resources, Chandler nations energy, Kamloops muskoka timber, Bracebridge protocol Biomass, marathon

150 000

dep04 dep06 dep09 dep17 dep20 dep23

24 000

Vanderhoof Wood products (Bid), Vanderhoof BC

pinnacle-Canfor, Houston BC FootHills, grande Cache aB

60 000 40 000 20 000 18 000

24 000

tahtsa pellets (pacific Flame)

Cap16 Cap17

100 000

25 000

guoshi eco pellets, Foshan, guangdong

Lacroix Lumber, Hearst

10 000 20 000

Vapo oy, Vilppula Versowood oy, Vierumäki, Heinola paahtopuu oy, Juupajoki umacon oy, Luumäki m-pelletti oy, Kuhmo Stora enso, Kitee

puning daba meijing pellets, Jieyang, guangdong

aurora Wood pellet, enterprise

Quant, Vitebsk Biotoplivo, minsk

Fip24 Fip25 Fip26 Fip27 Fip33 Fip34

Cnp032

Lg granule, mashteuiatsh miramichi premium pellet, miramichi

Zhongshou Bioenergy, dongguan, guangdong Xiamen Zhongruilu, Xiamen, Fujian

12 000 20 000 50 000 12 000 36 000 60 000

Foshan Woodsun Wood industry, Foshan, guangdong

Viaspace green energy, yingde, guangdong dayang new energy, Huzhou, Zhejiang Zhejiang Zhongji new energy, Huzhou, Zhejiang

nanxun ruineng Wood, Huzhou, Zhejiang pujiang Zhongdong Wood, Jinhua, Zhejiang taiheHuixin energy tech., yancheng, Jiangsu muai Bio tech., Quanzhou, Fujian Linxiang meifuxin Bioenergy, yueyang, Hunan Lanlin energy tech., Changsha, Hunan

Xuzhou Wanguo Bioenergy tech., Xuzhou, Jiangsu Hongsen Wood industry, Chengde, Hebei

Cnp074 Cnp075 Cnp076 Cnp077 Cnp078 Cnp079

Cnp033

Canadian Biofuel, Springford, ontario resolute Forest products , thunder Bay on

Cnp022 Cnp023 Cnp024 Cnp025 Cnp026 Cnp027 Cnp030 Cnp031

60 000 40 000

67 000

CHina Cnp003 Cnp004 Cnp005 Cnp006 Cnp007 Cnp008 Cnp009

Byp07 Byp08 Byp10

60 000p

60 000 100 000 100 000

250 000p

CHiLe

90 000 50 000 360 000 120 000 110 000 150 000

20 000

atikokan, rentech, atikokan on Holson Forest products, roddickton nL pinnacle pellet inc, Burns Lake BC trebio, abellon portage-du-Fort, Québec, Boreal pellet, amos QC Crabbe Lumber, Bristol Whitesands First nations pellet plant, armstrong

atp03 atp06

20 000

Xinwantuo energy tech, guangzhou, guangdong dingliang Bioenergy, guangde, anhui Hubei Harmony energy technology, Wuhan, Hubei

tp downey, Hillsborough nB groupe Savoie, St-Quentin nB

uSp84 uSp85

48 000

Vida energi, Hok

Sep22

200 000

Cap36 Cap40

uSp77 uSp78 uSp81 uSp82 uSp83

MaRKEts & FiNaNCE Biofuels GHG savings 80 % better than thought before.

40 000

Koetter & Smith, Borden in maeder Bros Quality Wood pellets, Weidman mi marth Wood Shaving Supply, marathon Wi michigan Wood Fuels, Holland mi Zilkha Biomass Crockett, Crockett, tX ozark Hardwood products, Seymour mo patterson Wood products, nacogdoches tX pennington Seed inc, greenfield, mo Vulcan Wood products, Vulcan mi Bear mountain Forest prod, Cascade Locks, or eureka pellet mills, eureka, mt

12 500

30 000

20 000

Sep18

Sep24

pinnacle pellet meadowbank, Strathnaver BC Cottles Wood pellets, Summerford nL Shaw resources, Belledune nB Finewood Flooring, Cape Breton island

10 000 10 000

uSp61 uSp64 uSp66 uSp67 uSp68 uSp71 uSp73 uSp76

24 000 12 500 12 500 12 500p

40 000

ribsa, Burgos

rebrot i paistatge, Barcelona enerbio, Sant marti d'albars ebaki, ebepellet, muxika

pellets asturias, asturias erta, albacete

reciclados Lucena, Lucena amatex S.a., Soria

pellet y Virutas de galcia, ourense magina energie, Jaén

Sep21

Sep26

Cap31 Cap32 Cap33 Cap34

BelLatgas, Vytebsk Borisovsky doK, Borisov

equustock, Chester, Va Fiber resources, pine Bluff ar nature's earth pellets, reform, aL rockwood premium Fuel pellets, the rock ga Somerset pellet Fuel, Somerset Ky Southern Kentucky Hardwood Flooring, gamaliel Ky american Wood Fibers, Circleville oH Fiber By-products, White pigeon mi Spearfish Forest product, Spearfish, Sd

uSp58 uSp59 uSp60

65 000 12 500 12 500 12 500 12 500 12 000

12 500

Seon aentek Ltd., Jangseong-gun ecoforest, toledo

Skellefteå Kraft, Hedensbyn, Skellefteå

Sep16 4 4 1-3

10 000 10 000 25 000 20 000

Byp16 Byp17

45 000 60 000 30 000 80 000 50 000 25 000

dejno's inc, Kenosha Wi

uSp55 uSp57

10 000 10 000

70 000 75 000 40 000 45 000 90 000

120 000

140 000

105 000

Caryse, Villaseca de la Sagra, toledo

SCa Bionorr, Härnösand

Sep15

2

Sep33 Byp11 Byp12 18 000 85 000 15 000 20 000

uSp41 uSp43 uSp44 uSp45 uSp49 uSp53

10 000 55 000

100 000

220 000

ecowarm de galicia, a Coruna

neova, Ljusne

Sep09 Sep10 Sep12 Sep14

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Sep35 CapaCity

Zeni, esquina, Corrientes BgF europe (Biogy), mendoza Biogy, Corrientes LipSia, misiones

uSp37 uSp38

10 000 10 000

national Forest Coop Federation, yeoju

WooJoogreen industrial Co, Ltd, Jeongseon-gun Forestry Cooperative pohang, pohang muju county office, muju gyeonggi asphalt industrial Co., Ltd., pocheon-si daxian Wood Ltd., gwangyang-si

Sep05

Sep11

1 12

Sep17

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20 000

BimpeX, Ltd. prešov Bioenergia, Liptovsky mikulas new energy pelet, Sladkovicovo Selmani, Bardejov

eC Biomass Fuel pellets, port elizabeth Biotech Fuels/gF energy, Howick

yangpyeong Forestry Cooperative, yangpyeong danyang Forestry Cooperative, danyang Shinyoung e&p, Cheongwon punglim Corp, goesan-gun

Sep06

Sep04

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Forest alfa plam, pukovac

mizarstvo Kovač d.o.o. , mozirje izdelava peletov in briketov, Jožica Cugmajster

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76 000 76 000 500 000 275 000C

energex american inc. mifflintown pa

greene team pellet Fuel, Carmichaels Hamer pellet Fuel, elkins WV

Hassell & Hughes Lumber Company, Collinwood tn Lignetics of West Virginia, glenville WV pa pellets, (Biomaxx inc.) ulysses pa potomac Supply Corp., Kinsale Va turman Hardwood Flooring, galax Va

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uSa new england Wood pellets, Jaffrey nH new england Wood pellets, Schuyler ny green Circle Bio energy (JCe group), Cottondale, FL Zilkha Biomass Selma, Selma, aL appling County pellets LLC, (Fram renewable Fuels) ga gLre, great Lakes renewable energy, Hayward Wi Corinth Wood pellets, Corinth me

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60 000 80 000 14 400 10 000 10 000 20 000 100 000

uruguay

uSp14 uSp16 uSp17 uSp18 uSp20 uSp26 uSp29 uSp31

Wood pellets C&C Smith Lumber Co., Summerhill pa

54

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intersors, Hzakarpatskay area Skala energy Kereskedelmi, técső Zunami, Volyn region piron,Kiev, olevsk olkom, melitopol Bio-agro, pologi, Zaporozhye region united araB emirateS Biomass agricultural products & Fooder LLC, abu dhabi europellets Sa, montevideo

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enviva pellets amory, amory mS

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novoteh, Cherkassy maK, dnepropetrovsk and poltava Biotek-ukraina, poltava region Zaporozhskiy maslozhirkombinat, Zaporozhie Woodmaster ukraine, odessa region mironovskiy HpK, donetsk region

uap16 uap17 uap18 uap20 uap21 uap22 uaep01 uyp01

hEat & powER World’s first coal to advanced biomass plant conversion. uSp32

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12 000 50 000 12 000 30 000 10 000 10 000

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107

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Vyborgskay Cellose, Leningrad region, pos.Sovetsky novoeniseysky LKhK, Krasnoyarsk Kray Lesozavod 25, (titan group) arkhangelsk Vyzamsky mashinostroiteliy plant, Smolensk region ecobor, novgord region

LdK-3 (rusForest), arkhangelsk eco-Biotoplivo, Kirov region

Serevozapadny Holding ,Leningrad region Biotekh, Leninrgad region

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Lesko impeks (doK Lesko), Bryansk region

Varotech, novi Sad

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Contact the Bioenergy International team for more information, Xinyi Shen, Jeanette Fogelmark, Alan Sherrard & Dorota Natucka, E-mail address: name.surname@bioenergyinternational.com

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Industrial scale demonstration biorefinery on lignin-based aviation fuels Aviation is one of the fastest growing transport sectors and this trend will continue in the coming years. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), global aviation is expected to grow by 5% annually in the period up to 2030. Currently, petroleum derived liquid fuels are the main energy carrier in the aviation sector. Due to different environmental and economic concerns there is a need for the sustainable supply of aviation fuels. Bioenergy will play a key role in the EU's long term energy strategy for all applications, especially in the transport sector. The supply of feedstock and the biofuel conversion technologies which are currently deployed already provide a significant contribution, but diversification of feedstock and advanced technologies will be necessary for further development. Project Coordinator:

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The aviation industry considers aviation biofuels to be one of the primary means to reduce the carbon footprint of the industry. In this context, the BIORFLY project will develop and build the first industrial precommercial lignin-to-jet fuel facility in Italy.

Contact: Silvia Redaelli Tel. +39 0131 882811 The combined production of a high annual silvia.redaelli@gruppomg.com volume of cellulosic ethanol and lignin-based www.biochemtex.com

jet fuel through sustainable and innovative technologies will be the first step towards biofuel commercialisation and market deployment. BIOREFLY is co-funded by the European Commission in the 7th Framework Programme (Project No. FP7-612747). 178

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Norwegian Bioenergy Innovation Centre www.CenBio.no

CenBio aims at enabling sustainable and cost-efficient bioenergy.

CenBio is one of eleven Norwegian Research Centres for Environmentally-friendly Energy. The centre is co-funded by the Research Council of Norway.

You are most welcome to our workshop Sustainability of forest bioenergy on Tuesday 7 June at 13:00

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Come and meet us to discuss interesting research in the Exhibition Area. Research partners • NMBU, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (Host institution) • SINTEF Energy Research (Coordinating institution) • NTNU, Norwegian University of Science and Technology • NIBIO, Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research • SINTEF Materials and Chemistry • Vattenfall AB

Industry partners • Akershus Energi AS • Norges Skogeierforbund (Norwegian Forest Owners) • Hafslund Varme AS • Statkraft Varme AS • EGE (Oslo Waste to Energy Agency) • Vattenfall AB, Heat Nordic • Energos AS • Cambi AS • Jøtul AS • Norsk Kleber AS

Contacts: 180 Coordinator Marie Bysveen - Marie.Bysveen@sintef.no Centre Deputy Centre Coordinator Odd Jarle Skjelhaugen - Odd.Jarle.Skjelhaugen@nmbu.no


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Directorate of Bioenergy is a unit under the Directorate General of New, Renewable Energy and Energy Conservation, Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia. Directorate of Bioenergy directs its activities to create the various regulations related to the development of bioenergy in Indonesia which consist of biomass, biogas, biofuels, and municipal solid waste. The regulations provide the procedures in developing and investing on bioenergy as well as its incentives such as feed-in tariff and tax holidays. In its work step, the Directorate of Bioenergy carries out consultation and cooperation with all stakeholders of bioenergy, particularly in the implementation of programs that lead to the development of policies and acceleration in the utilization of bioenergy on an ongoing basis.

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CONTACT: Jalan Pegangsaan Timur No. 1, Menteng, Jakarta 10320 Indonesia Fax : 021-31901087 Telephone : 021-3983007 Email: info@ebtke.esdm.go.id; investasikerjasama.bioenergi@ebtke.esdm.go.id; kerjasama.bioenergi@gmail.com


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08 JUNE 2016, 08:30 - 10:00 AM, ROOM: LOUNGES DR. MARC RUPPENTHAL, PRODUCT MANAGER ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS

ICV.1.65

Elemental Analysis of Biomass

ICV.1.57

High-Precision Oxygen Concentration Analysis of Renewable Gasoline Using a Novel High-Temperature Pyrolysis Technique

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Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development (ENEA) targets its activities to research, innovation technology and advanced services in the fields of renewable and nuclear energy and sustainable economic development. ENEA task, in the field of biomass, is to introduce innovative and more efficient technologies in the national system for producing thermal and electrical energy, and to produce second-generation biofuels.

ENEA conducts scientific research and technology development activities drawing on a wide range of expertise, advanced facilities and tools available at its eleven Research Centres. These infrastructures are put at the disposal of both ENEA’s research programmes and the Nation’s scientific and productive world. ENEA is organized in different Technical Unit. The main Unit, involved with a major R&D on biomass are: • • • •

ENEA OFFICES AND RESEARCH CENTRES

Technical Unit for Renewable Energy Sources (UTRINN) Technical Unit for Trisaia Technologies (UTTRI) Technical Unit for Sustainable Development and Agro-Industrial Innovation (UTAGRI) Technical Unit for Saluggia Technologies (UTTS)

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Science • Communication •

Letting knowledge flow Horizon 2020 ETA Florence is committed to partnering for scientific research projects within Research and Innovation programmes such as Horizon 2020. Through communication and dissemination strategies and the exploitation of research results, ETA Florence supports its partners to make a significant contribution to solving the current European challenges. Who We Are With more than 20 years of experience, ETA Florence is a European leader in scientific knowledge management. We have established an interdisciplinary international team with diverse professional backgrounds from scientific research, communications, event organisation and industry. These specialists ensure that the knowledge resulting from EC-funded research is used effectively for the innovation cycle.

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• Knowledge • Innovation

What We Do ETA Florence works with more than 300 research institutions in over 30 countries to design projects with beneficial effects. Using our team’s collective expertise, we facilitate knowledge transfer and provide dissemination plans that are specifically tailored to each new project. We have been partner in more than 250 EC-funded projects. Our Expertise - -  Market Analysis, Knowledge Management and Transfer. - -  Stakeholder Engagement, Education and Training, Events, Workshops, Webinar, Social Media, Dissemination Material, Publications. - -  Communication, Dissemination and Strategies, Project Management and IPR issues related to the Management of the Consortium.

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EUROPEAN BIOMASS INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION

About EUBIA

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EUBIA groups together biomass technology providers, knowledge centres and market forces, promoting biomass as energy source, developing innovative bioenergy concepts and fostering international co-operations at European and global level.

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Why join EUBIA 1. EUBIA provides information and expands your possibilities • EUBIA carries out EU policy monitoring activities, market assessments and studies; • EUBIA offers you promotion and dissemination opportunities through events, workshops and conferences. In particular, EUBIA members benefit from reduced fees at the European Biomass Conference and Exhibition; • EUBIA provides information on the relevant EU programmes, access to high-level events in Brussels and financial support that are useful to our members; • EUBIA encourages knowledge transfer among our members.

2. EUBIA promotes your organisation’s interests • EUBIA identifies business opportunities on national, European and international levels; • EUBIA provides you with networking opportunities; • EUBIA encourages you to use our wide-ranging contacts on regional, national and European decision making levels; • EUBIA fosters business contacts globally and provides information on joint venture opportunities.

3. EUBIA is the ideal partner for biomass and bioenergy projects

• EUBIA assists you with partner search and submission procedures for international applications; • EUBIA sets up bio-industry strategies and design innovative integrated bio-energy schemes;

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• EUBIA provides you with the latest information on project funding opportunities;

• EUBIA prepares and implements co-operation programmes with third-world countries and encourages penetration of your technologies worldwide; • EUBIA provides its members with meeting facilities free of charge in our Brussels’ office.

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European Commission - Joint Research Centre

The JRC’s scientific research on biomass, bioenergy and biofuels, which also extends to biorefinery concepts, aims to provide a sound basis for addressing the most relevant and sensitive policy questions in a thorough and independent manner. The challenges including both environmental and economic sustainability are addresses by way of technology and life cycle assessments using system boundaries encompassing the value chain from biomass production to final market products. Environmental impacts include not only greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions but also other life cycle impacts and effects caused by land-use changes. Moreover, bioenergy and biofuels are no longer considered in isolation but within the wider bioeconomy that is emerging to meet the demands of reducing overall GHG emissions and environmental impacts.

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The JRC’s Institute for Energy and Transport provides scientific support to European policy makers on the complex issues surrounding the use of biomass, particularly with respect to both the environmental and economically sustainable exploitation of biomass along the entire value chain from production, conversion to bioenergy, biofuels and bioproducts, to the market place. The National Renewable Energy Action Plans (NREAPS) prepared by European Union member states within the frame of the Renewable Energy directive (2009/28/EC) demonstrate that bioenergy continues to play a dominant role in the EU’s renewable energy mix. Bioenergy, including biofuels, will play a major role in reaching the renewable energy target set for 2020.

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Who’s EURO-INDEX? EURO-INDEX supplies world-class stationary and hand-held measuring devices, since 1973. We are famous by our high standard calibration services. Our very own calibration laboratory has got a high quality accreditation. This accreditation assures traceability of calibration measurements to the International System of Units. With multiple international locations and 500.000+ calibrations we have gained a lot of experience and knowledge. The EURO-INDEX academy shares this knowledge throughout multiple national and international courses.

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Biogas ...................................................................................................... EURO-INDEX offers devices that accurately measure the composition of biogas. This way we can help you to optimize the process. Gas monitors for personal safety are also available.

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Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe e.V. (FNR)

FNR services fall within the following main categories: contributing to the development and design of policy programmes and instruments; providing information and consulting services to target groups; providing information on cost-effectiveness, efficiency and funding opportunities; and providing technical data in the fields of science and economy. FNR currently funds 577 R&D projects, of which 300 are in the field of bioenergy. Additionally FNR funds 21 Bioenergy Regions and hosts the office of Bioenergy Regions (www.bioenergie-regionen.de). FNR’s major clients are universities, research institutes, innovative SMEs and other industries and network organisations. Besides professional consultation and financial support, FNR organises and takes part in scientific events of national and international relevance. FNR also coordinates bioenergy projects under the Energy and Climate Funds Act, publishes current research results and offers various publications to experts and the general public. FNR is also the national contact point for EU activities in this context and is involved in the work of IEA Bioenergy as well as IEA-AMF (Advanced Motor Fuels). Furthermore FNR has successfully participated in numerous European projects and has continuously extended its international collaboration efforts. The department for EU and International Cooperation works on EU-related issues and aims to improve transnational cooperation between relevant decision makers. Currently, FNR is involved in 14 EU-funded projects. For more details about FNR and its work, please visit www.nachwachsenderohstoffe.de or www.international.fnr.de for the international version.

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The Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe e.V. (FNR) is the central coordinating agency in Germany for the promotion of renewable resources. Founded in 1993 by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL), which funds its activities, FNR is in charge of managing a practice-, problem- and result-oriented pool of activities. The main tasks of FNR’s 83 employees are to implement the R&D programme “Renewable Resources” on behalf of the Federal Government and to assist the BMEL in all issues concerning renewable resources. In addition, FNR collects data on industrial processes and technology as well as from science and economy. This ensures a broad, diversified advisory and information service. A comprehensive consulting and information service is provided on the topics bioenergy, construction, housing and to municipalities on further applications of renewable resources. FNR strives to provide reliable, up-to-date knowledge on renewable resources to all interested parties. We therefore continuously gather and process technical data from science and economy.

Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe e.V. (FNR) OT Gülzow, Hofplatz 1 D-18276 Gülzow-Prüzen / Germany Tel.: +49 (0) 3843 69 30-0 Fax: +49 (0) 3843 69 30-102 E-mail: info@fnr.de

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F R A U N H O F E R I N S T I T U T E F O R E N V I R O N M E N T A L , S A F E T Y, A N D E N E R G Y T E C H N O L O G Y U M S I C H T INSTITUTE BRANCH SULZBACH-ROSENBERG

FRAUNHOFER UMSICHT INSTITUTE BRANCH Since 1990 the research institute in Sulzbach-Rosenberg develops concepts and processes for direct application. The target focus is the efficient use for energy, raw and functional materials. Within the Center of Energy Storage the main research interests are the development of integrated and decentralized energy conversion and storage solutions. Topics include, among others, heat and chemical storages, energy from biomass and waste, resource management and recycling, as well as the development of innovative materials and coatings for Fraunhofer Institute for

energy technological applications. Integrated process monitoring

Environmental, Safety, and Energy

for efficient, sustainable and economical solutions are central to

Technology UMSICHT

our work. The research institute in Sulzbach-Rosenberg, which is located in the metropolis-region of Nuremberg employs about 120 staff members (2016). On 1st July 2012 the established rese-

Sulzbach-Rosenberg

arch institute in Sulzbach-Rosenberg joined Fraunhofer UMSICHT

An der MaxhĂźtte 1

located in Oberhausen as an institute branch.

92237 Sulzbach-Rosenberg

In 2014 the entire Fraunhofer UMSICHT realized an annual

Germany

turnover of 38,1 million â‚Ź and employed 559 staff members.

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Institute Branch

The institute advances sustainable economizing, environmentally friendly technologies, and innovative activities in order to improve

Director Prof. Dr. Andreas Hornung

the quality of life for humans and to promote the innovation

Phone

capacity of the national economy.

+49 9661 908-403

andreas.hornung@umsicht.fraunhofer.de

At present, the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft maintains 67 institutes and independent research units. The majority of the more than

www.umsicht-suro.fraunhofer.de

24 000 staff are qualified scientists and engineers, who work with

www.umsicht.fraunhofer.de

an annual research budget of 2,1 billion euros. Fraunhofer is the

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Pyrolysis (PY) Tandem micro-Reactor / HP Double-Shot (TD/PY) Evolved Gas Analysis (EGA) Thermal Desorption (TD) Reactive Pyrolysis (RxPY) Heart-Cutting (HC-GC/MS) Micro Reaction Sampler Micro TD Sampler UV Irradiation

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Dutch Pavilion booth n°31 - 32

12 Dutch Small and Medium sized Enterprises present themselves together with the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) at the Holland Pavilion. The companies show their activities in the biomass industry which vary from research, design, construction, production to advisory. The pavilion is a platform for networking and other activities. During lunchtime we organise debates on several topics. Monday: Biomass and the society: Rebuilding trust Tuesday: Biomass applications: Battle of the Resources Thursday: Biomass solutions: The promise of technological progress Visit us at the Pavilion or join our lunch debates!

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biomass research

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Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) encourages entrepreneurs in sustainable, agrarian, innovative and international business. It helps with grants, finding business partners, know-how and compliance with laws and regulations. RVO.nl is part of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and focuses on providing services to entrepreneurs. The Agency works in The Netherlands and abroad with governments, knowledge centres, international organisations and countless other partners. Concluded program on sustainable biomass: www.rvo.nl/biomass New funding options for international collaboration: http://english.rvo.nl/subsidies-programmes

EU collaboration: www.eranetbestf.net www.eranetbioenergy.net www.era-platform.eu www.bioenergy4business.eu www.biomasspolicies.eu

Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) Croeselaan 15, 3521 BJ Utrecht, The Netherlands 088 042 42 42, To call from abroad: +31 70 379 80 00 Email Address: Please use our contact form on www.rvo.nl www.rvo.nl

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International collaboration : www.ieabioenergy.com

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Holland Pavilion A. Hak Renewable Energy B.V. Martijn Vriethoff Steenoven 2 - 6 | NL-4196 HG Tricht +31612175937 info@a-hak.nl www.renewable.ahak.nl

biomass research

Biomass Research B.V. Hans Langeveld, Director P.O. Box 247, 6700 AE Wageningen +31 6 520 58 537 hans@biomassresearch.eu www.biomassresearch.eu

Bioprocess Pilot Facility B.V. Peter Flippo Alexander Fleminglaan 1, 2613 AX Delft +31 628239173 peter.flippo@bpf.eu www.bpf.eu

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BTG Biomass Technology Group BV Douwe van den Berg P.O. Box 835, 7500 AV Enschede +31 53 486 11 86 secretariaat@btgworld.com www.btgworld.com

DNV GL - ENERGY Marcel Cremers Utrechtseweg 310, 6812 AR Arnhem +31 026 356 91 11 Contact.energy@dnvgl.com www.dnvgl.com/energy

ECN (Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland) Prof. Jaap Kiel Program Development Manager Biomass & Energy Efficiency Westerduinweg 3, 1755 LE Petten / Postbus 1, Petten +31 088 5154949 kiel@ecn.nl www.ecn.nl 198


Holland Pavilion Ingenia Consultants and Engineers B.V. Ronald Verberne Esp 118, 5633 AA Eindhoven 040 239 3030 ronald.Verberne@ingenia.nl www.ingenia.nl

Kara Energy Systemv B.V. Frank Vos Plesmanweg 27, 7202 PD Almelo 0546 876 580 kara@kara.nl www.kara.nl

NewFoss Marloes Berends Oostwijk 25, 5406 XT Uden 085-4853570 info@newfoss.com www.newfoss.com

Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research RenĂŠ van Ree Bornse Weilanden 9, 6708 WG Wageningen 0317-480084 info.fbr@wur.nl www.wageningenur.nl/fbr

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University of Twente Science Based Engineering Institute Alex Louwes Postbus 217, 7500AE Enschede 053 489 3294 (SBE secretariat) p.c.l.zuithof@utwente.nl (SBE secretariat) www.utwente.nl

Energy Academy Europe Joost Legebeke Blauwborgje 6, 9747 AC Groningen +31 (0)6 452 770 52 info@energyacademy.org http://www.energyacademy.org/

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Moisture Measurement B.V

INADCO Moisture Measurement is a Dutch high technology company, founded in 1996. INADCO is totally committed to the development, production and sales of measuring equipment for the inline and online measurement of physical properties of bulk media. We are specialized in the measurement of moisture content using our own unique technology which enables the measurement of continuously coarse inhomogeneous products like forest residues. This solution even provides the user with substantially more information like: • • • • •

mass flow, mass totalizer water flow, water totalizer volume flow, volume totalizer bulk density flow, bulk density average and, of course: Moisture percentage

Our Moisturemeter II technology even allows real time calculations of the energy flow and the total amount of energy passed through the system. Because we are the developer and manufacturer of our equipment we can, if necessary, adapt our equipment to your specific process and installation requirements.

EXHIBITION

Our Moisturemeters achieve a very high reproducibility and accuracy rate outperforming any other system on the market with respect to the measurement of inhomogeneous bulk solids. The measuring range runs from 0.1 percent to as high as 75 percent (wet based).

NEW INADCO BIOMASS SAMPLER

A fully automatic system that collects high quality samples out of a falling product stream.

I n l i n e a n d O n l i n e Moisture-Measurement B i o m a s s Meerheide 18 5521 DZ Eersel (NL) +31 (0) 497-517 291 www.moisture.nl moisture@inadco.nl 200

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F o r P r o c e s s C o n t r o l a n d T r a d i n g P u r p o s e s I n c r e a s e E f f i c i e n c y I m p r o v e Q u a l i t y

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Come visit us at Stand 14!

Our biomass balers: versatile, strong, efficient and easy to maintain The MAC/1 and new MAC/2 series biomass balers are: 1. Versatile They can treat different types of material: wood chips, rice hulls, bagasse, alfalfa, RDF and organic portion of municipal solid waste. New MAC/2 balers have larger load dimensions to assist entry of very voluminous materials. 2. Strong and wear resistant One of the highlights of our balers is their strength which, together with their high wear resistance, enables baling even those materials that are particularly difficult to treat, such as wood chips. 3. Efficient and flexible Our balers can treat great quantities of materials designed to produce energy from alternative sources, for example they can bale up to 30 ton/h of rice hulls and up to 20 ton/h of bagasse. Another important feature is the XL channel: longer extrusion channel (+1.5 m) for better bale density.

Furthermore, they are equipped with a versatile electromechanical horizontal tying system unique in its strength and simplicity, designed to bale special materials which require flexible tying and able to adapt to their volumetric changes. This cutting-edge system allows to tie bales both with plastic wire and with iron wire (up to 5 iron wires). New MAC/2 balers tying system can reach +50% tying speed (cycle) and the cutting system has been redesigned for better bale integrity and lower energy consumption: -30%! 5. Safe and easy to maintain As servicing and cleaning of the tying unit are made on the floor, the operator does not need to work below the baler to reset the wires.

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4. Multiple use Each balers can not only bale different Bio Mass Crops but many balers are also used to “de-water� the high moisture content of organic fraction from for instance household collection, which result in a relatively dry baled product.

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The Austrian company "Polytechnik Luft- und Feuerungstechnik GmbH" is one of the most important suppliers of firing systems for biogenic fuels in the timber industry, and is famous for planning and providing turnkey systems and installations. The current export rate is about 98 %. worldwide. The company offers these firing systems in a capacity range from 300 kW – 30.000 kW (individual boiler output). Depending on the type and water content of the fuel, a variety of firing systems are used (underfeed, underfeed grate, and hydraulic grate system), with media carriers being warm water, hot water, steam, or thermal oil. The systems can be used for heating and process heat as well as for power generation (steam and ORC process). The capacity range extends from 200 kW to 20.000 kW of electrical power (current).

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More than 3.000 Polytechnik systems are already in use worldwide. In the timber and wood industry, Polytechnik exhaust and filtering plants, spraying chamber equipment, shredders, and spark quenching systems also have a fine reputation for quality. In other sectors of industry, as well as in the public domain, as well as firing installations and combined heat and power systems, local and district heating systems are also provided, while the company's worldwide service network ensures that the best possible customer service is provided rapidly.

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Contact POLYTECHNIK, Luft-und Feuerungstechnik GmbH Hainfelderstrasse 69, A-2564 Weissenbach Tel. +43/2672/890-0 Fax: +43/2672/890-13 office@polytechnik.at www.polytechnik.com


The SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub aims to bring together industry, academia and other stakeholders to focus on the research and knowledge challenges associated with increasing the contribution of UK bioenergy to meet strategic environmental targets in a coherent, sustainable and costeffective manner. Our Objectives:

• Act as a focal point for sharing and dissemination of scientific knowledge and engineering understanding to facilitate near-term deployment of technologies • Investigate and develop new approaches for dealing with the very significant engineering challenges associated with deployment of more novel technologies • Improve scientific understanding of the fundamental aspects of different forms of biomass and its conversion • Take a whole-systems perspective to comprehensively evaluate the potential of future technology options • Adopt an interdisciplinary approach to look beyond the technical aspects of bioenergy and ensure consideration of the impacts on ecosystems, social responses to technology deployment and the economic context of policy development

Our 19 research projects Our latest research outputs

2017 SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub Conference Prof. Patricia Thornley Hub Director

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Please visit us at STAND 41 for information on:

22nd and 23rd of March 2017 Manchester, UK. Visit the stand for more details!

Please visit our website for more information and to sign up to our mailing list:

www.supergen-bioenergy.net

The hub is funded by the EPSRC, and forms part of the Research Council UK SUPERGEN Programme

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BIOMASS ENERGY SOLUTIONS

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Acknowledgments


EUBCE COMMITTEES INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD Chair Giovanni De Santi European Commission, DG JRC, Director of the Institute for Energy and Transport Secretary David Baxter European Commission, DG JRC, Institute for Energy and Transport Committee Members Paolo Frankl International Energy Agency, Head of the Renewable Energy Division, France Uwe R. Fritsche IINAS - International Institute for Sustainability Analysis and Strategy, National team leader for Germany within IEA Bioenergy Task 40 Bernd Krautkremer Fraunhofer Institute IWES, Head of Bioenergy System Technology, Germany Sophia Loh Soh Kheang Malaysian Palm Oil Board, Head of Energy and Environment Unit, Malaysia Géraldine Kutas UNICA, Brazil, Head of International Affairs and Senior International Adviser to the President Kees Kwant Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Netherlands Kati Ihamäki Finnair Vice President Sustainable Development, Finland Kyriakos Maniatis European Commission, DG ENER, Principal Administrator Unit C2

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Michael Persson Head of Secretariat of the Danish Bioenergy Association, Denmark

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Yves Ryckmans GDF-SUEZ Group, Laborelec-Sustainable Process Technologies, Chief Technology Officer Biomass Kai Sipilä VTT - Technical Research Centre of Finland, Vice President Strategic Research Angela Grassi, ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, Managing Director, Italy Peter Helm WIP - Renewable Energies, Scientific & Managing Director, Germany


EUBCE COMMITTEES EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Prof. André P.C. Faaij Conference General Chairman Academic Director Energy Academy Europe and Distinguished Professor Energy System Analysis, Groningen University, The Netherlands David Baxter Technical Programme Chairman, European Commission, Institute Energy and Transport JRC Wim Van Swaaij University of Twente, Faculty of Science and Technology, The Netherlands David Chiaramonti, Consorzio RE-CORD, ITALY Angela Grassi, ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, Managing Director, Italy Peter Helm WIP - Renewable Energies, Scientific & Managing Director, Germany NATIONAL COMMITTEE

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Kees Kwant, The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) National Committee Coordinator Douwe van den Berg, BTG biomass technology group BV Anna Duden, Utrecht University André Faaij, Academic Director Energy Academy Europe, Distinguished Professor Energy System Analysis, Groningen University, The Netherlands Carlo Hamelinck, Ecofys Eric van den Heuvel, Studio Gearup Wiebren de Jong, Delft University of Technology Ria Kalf, Platform Bio-Energie Jaap Kiel, Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) Jaap Koppejan, Procede Peter Kuikman, Alterra Wageningen UR Alex Louwes, University of Twente Pavlina Nanou, ECN Foluke Quist-Wessel, AgriQuest Dominique van Ratingen, Amsterdam Economic Board René van Ree, Wageningen UR Sanne Remmerswaal, The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) Marijke Reuver, Ministry of Economic Affairs Lotte Visser, University of Utrecht Birka Wicke, University of Utrecht 207


EUBCE COMMITTEES René Wismeijer, The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO.nl) LINNEBORN PRIZE COMMITTEE

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Chair: Wim P.M. van Swaaij, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands Anthony V. Bridgwater, Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom Philippe Chartier, Syndicat des Energies Renouvables, Paris, France Andrè Faaij, Academic Director of the Energy Academy Europe, Distinguished Professor of Energy System Analysis, University Groningen Giuliano Grassi, EUBIA - European Biomass Industry Association, Brussels, Belgium Hermann Hofbauer, Vienna University of Technology, Austria Brian M. Jenkins, University of California, Davis, USA Spyros Kyritsis, Agricultural University of Athens, Greece Kyriakos Maniatis, European Commission, DG ENER, Brussels, Belgium José Roberto Moreira, CENBIO - Brazilian Reference Center of Biomass, São Paulo, Brazil Ralph Overend, Biomass and Bioenergy, Ottawa, Canada Wolfgang Palz, WCRE, Brussels, Belgium Kai Sipilä, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Liisa Viikari, University of Helsinki, Finland Yuan Zhenhong, Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Angela Grassi, ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, Florence, Italy Peter Helm, WIP - Renewable Energies, Munich, Germany

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Stefano Amaducci, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Italy Markus Bolhàr-Nordenkampf, Valmet, Austria Juan Esteban Carrasco, CIEMAT, Spain David Chiaramonti, University of Florence, Italy Jean-François Dallemand, European Commission, DG-JRC, Europe Peter Daugbjerg Jensen, Danish Technological Institute, Denmark Wiebren De Jong, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands Rocio Araceli Diaz-Chavez, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Bernhard Drosg, Bioenergy 2020+, Austria Mathieu Dumont, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Netherlands Ana Luisa Fernando, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal Matthias Franke, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Germany Uwe Fritsche, IINAS - International Institute for Sustainability Analysis and Strategy, Germany Maria Georgiadou, European Commission, DG-Research, Europe Giuliano Grassi, EUBIA, Belgium Carlo Hamelinck, Ecofys, The Netherlands Uwe Hoffstede, Fraunhofer IWES, Germany Jens Bo Holm-Nielsen, Aalborg University, Denmark Andreas Hornung, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Germany Birger Kerckow, FNR - Agency for Renewable Resourches, Germany Sascha Kersten, University of Twente, The Netherlands Jaap Kiel, ECN, The Netherlands Peter Kuikman, Alterra Wageningen UR, The Netherlands Kees Kwant, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Netherlands Martin Junginger, Utrecht University, The Netherlands Jan Lindsted, J Lindstedt LINDAB AB, Sweden Alexa Lutzenberger, Leuphana University, Germany Solange Mussatto, Delft University of Technology, Department of Biotechnology, The Netherlands Ingwald Obernberger, Graz University of Technology, Austria Markku Paananen, JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Finland Calliope Panoutsou, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Luc Pelkmans, VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, Belgium Wolter Prins, University of Ghent, Belgium

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Topic Organisers

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PROGRAMME COMMITTEES Tapio Ranta, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland Lasse Rosendahl, Aalborg University, Denmark Kay Schaubach, DBFZ - German Biomass Research Centre, Germany Dimitrios Sidiras, University of Piraeus, Greece Raphael Slade, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Patricia Thornley, University of Manchester, United Kingdom Renè Van Ree, Wageningen University and Research Centre (WUR), The Netherlands Wim P.M. van Swaaij, University of Twente, The Netherlands Frédéric Vogel, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland

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Nicolas Abatzoglou, Université Sherbrooke, Canada Alessandro Agostini, European Commission - DG JRC, Italy Efthimia Alexopoulou, CRES, Greece Andreas Apfelbacher, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Germany Marco Baratieri, Faculty of Science and Technology Free University of BozenBolzano, Italy Michael Becidan, SINTEF Energy Research, Norway Gabrielle Benoit, INRA - AgroParisTech, France Marisol Berti, North Dakota State University, USA Stella Bezergianni, Centre for Research & Technology Hellas, Greece Serge Biollaz, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland Chiara Boscagli, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany Nikolaos Boukis, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany Marina Braun-Unkhoff, DLR German Aerospace Centre, Germany Saikat Chakraborty, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India Stefano Capaccioli, ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, Italy Myrsini Christou, Center for Renewable Energy Sources, Greece Maurizio Cocchi, ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, Italy Maria Dolores Curt, Polytechnic University of Madrid UPM, Agro-Energy Group, Spain Srinivasiah Dasappa, Indian Institute of Science, India Isabella De Bari, ENEA, Italy Patrick De Jamblinne, Tuzetka, Belgium Paul De Wild, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, The Netherlands Capucine Dupont, CEA, France Berien Elbersen, Wageningen University and Research Centre, The Netherlands Wolter Elbersen, Wageningen University and Research Centre, The Netherlands Gianni Facciotto, CRA - Agricultural Research Council, Italy Emilio Font de Mora, European Commission, INEA


James R. Gasson, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Germany Anli Geng, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore Jacopo Giuntoli, European Commission - DG JRC, The Netherlands Inmaculada Gomez, SENASA, Spain Mike Gould, Texas A&M University, USA Olivier Guerrini, GDF Suez, France Ruben Guisson, VITO, Belgium Leif Gustavsson, Linnaeus University, Sweden Wolter Haslinger, Bioenergy 2020+, Austria Ed Hogan, CanmetENERGY, Natural Resources Canada, Canada Ioana Ionel, “Politehnica” University of Timisoara, Romania Leire Iriarte, IINAS, Spain Rainer Janssen, WIP - Renewable Energies, Germany Bryan Jenkins, University of California at Davis, USA Gerfried Jungmeier, Joanneum Research Centre, Austria Prasad Kaparaju, Griffith University, Australia Harrie A.M. Knoef, BTG Biomass Technology Group, The Netherlands Nike Krajnc, Slovenian Forestry Institute, Slovenia Oli-Jussi Korpinen, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland Bernd Krautkremer, Fraunhofer IWES, Germany Matthias Kuba, Bioenergy 2020+, Austria Vladimir Kuprianov, Thammasat University, Thailand Mika Laihanen, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland Jean Michael Lavoie, Sherbrooke University, Canada Lene Lange, Aalborg University, Denmark Elmer Ledesma, University of St. Thomas, USA Leon Lefferts, University of Twente, The Netherlands Stefan Majer, DBFZ - German Biomass Research Centre,Germany Emiliano Maletta, CIEMAT, Spain Silvia Maltagliati, European Commission, DG Research & Innovation Sannette Marx, North-West University, South Africa Yukihiko Matsumura, University of Hiroshima, Japan Fabio Monforti Ferrario, European Commission, DG JRC, Italy York Neubauer, TU Berlin, Germany Timothee Nocquet, Leroux & Lotz Technologies, France Adrian O’Connell, European Commission, DG JRC Werner Ortinger, Bavarian Ministry of Agriculture & Forestry, Germany George Papadakis, Agricultural University of Athens, Greece Luigi Pari, CRA - Agricultural Research Council, Italy Paolo Pizziol, European Commission - DG JRC, Italy Elisabeth Poncelet, Direction Economie Circulaire et Déchet, France

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PROGRAMME COMMITTEES Matteo Prussi, RE-CORD, Italy Mingyun Qian, China University of Petroleum, China Luc Rabou, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, The Netherlands Giorgio Ragaglini, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy Manoel Regis Leal, CTBE-Laboratorio Nacional de Ciencie e Tecnologia do Bioethanol, Brasil Stefania Rocca, European Commission, DG JRC Mirjam Röder, Tyndall Center for Climate Change Research, UK Dominik Rutz, WIP - Renewable Energies, Germany Changkook Ryu, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea Andrea Salimbeni, EUBIA, Belgium Arturo Sanchez Carmona, Centro Investigacion Estudios Avanzados, Mexico Nicolae Scarlat, European Commission, DG JRC Corneels Schabort, North-West University, South Africa Stephanie Searle, International Council on Clean Transportation, USA Neeta Sharma, ENEA - Centro Ricerche Trisaia, Italy Øyvind Skreiberg, SINTEF Energy Research, Norway Sampo Soimakallio, Finnish Environment Institute, Finland Don J. Stevens, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA Evelyne Thiffault, Natural Resources Canada, Canada Theocharis Tsoutsos, Technical University of Crete, Greece Scott Turn, University of Hawaii - Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, USA Jacco Van Haveren, Wageningen University and Research Centre (WUR), The Netherlands Nicola Yates, Rothamsted Research, United Kingdom Liang Wang, SINTEF Energy Research, Norway

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Vann Bush, GTI, USA Nathalie Devriendt, VITO, Belgium Björn Fredriksson Möller, E.ON Gasification, Sweden Jaap Koppejan, Procede NV, The Netherlands Edmund Langer, C.A.R.M.E.N. e.V., Germany Sari Mannonen, UPM, Finland Thomas Nussbauer, Verenum Zurich, Switzerland Michael Persson, Danish Bioenergy Association, Denmark Stefan Ruyters, Ghent Bio-Economy Valley Yves Ryckmans, Laborelec, Belgium Bert Van de Beld, BTG Biomass Technology Group, The Netherlands Arthur Wellinger, EBA/IEA Bioenergy, Belgium


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Efthimia Alexopoulou, CRES, Greece Stefano Amaducci, Catholic University of Sacred Heart, Spain Andreas Apfelbacher, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Germany Marco Baratieri, University of Bolzano Italy David Baxter, European Commission, DG JRC, Petten Michael Becidan, SINTEF Energy Research, Norway Serge Biollaz, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland Markus Bolhar-Nordenkampf, Valmet, Central Eastern Europe, Austria Nikolaos Boukis, Karlsruhe Institute, Germany Marco Buffi, CREAR/Re-cord, Italy Juan Carrasco, CIEMAT, Spain David Chiaramonti, University of Florence, Italy Maria Dolores Curt, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain Maurizio Cocchi, Eta-Florence, Italy Jean-Franรงois Dallemand, European Commission, DG JRC, Petten Wiebren De Jong, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands Nathalie Devriendt, VITO, Belgium Rocio Diaz-Chavez, Imperial College, United Kingdom Bernahrd Drosg, University of Natural Resources & Life Sciences, Austria Mathieu Dumont, Netherlands Enterprise Agency. The Netherlands Wolter Elbersen, Wageningen University, The Netherlands Ana Luisa Fernando, University Nova de Lisboa, Portugal Benoit Gabrielle, INRA-AgroParisTech, France Maria Georgiadou, DG-Research Jacopo Giuntoli, European Commission, DG JRC Rubens Guisson, VITO, Belgium Carlo Hamelinck, Ecofys, The Netherlands Uwe Hoffstede, Fraunhofer IWES, Germany Ioana Ionel, University of Politehnica, Romania Gerfried Jungmeier, Institute for Water, Energy and Environment, Austria Birger Kerckow, FNR-Agency for Renewable Resources, Germany Sascha Kersten, University ot Twente, The Netherlands Jaap Kiel, Research Center of the Netherlands, The Netherlands Peter Kuikman, Alterra Wageningen, The Netherlands Matthias Kuba, Bioenergy 2020+, Austria Kees Kwant, Netherlands Enterprise Agency, Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Netherlands Evert Jan, Hengeveld Hanze University, The Netherlands Martin Junginger, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

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Mika Laihanen, Lappeenranta University, Finland Jan Lindstedt, J Lindstedt Lindab, Sweden Silvia Maltagliati, ARPAT-Environmental Protection Agency of Tuscany, seconded at the European Commission DG Research, ItalyT Sari Mannonen, UPM, Finland Yukihiko Matsumura, University of Hiroshima, Japan Solange Mussatto, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands York Neubauer, Bioenergy 2020+, Germany Ingwald Obernberger, Graz University, Austria Adrian O’connell, European Commission, DG JRC, Belgium Werner Ortinger, Bavarian Ministry of Agriculture & Forestry, Germany Heinz Ossenbrinck, European Commission, DG JRC, Italy Markku Paananen, JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Finland Calliope Panoutsou, Imperial College London, United Kingdom Michael Persson, Danish Bioenergy Association, Denmark Wolter Prins, University of Ghent, Belgium Matteo Prussi, Re-cord, Italy Tapio Ranta, Lappeenranta University, Finland Stefania Rocca, European Commission, JRC Mirjiam Roeder, Tyndall Center for Climate Change Research, United Kingdom Lasse Rosendahl, Aalborg University Denmark Stefan Ruyters, Ghent Bio-Economy, Belgium Yves Ryckmans, LABORELEC, Belgium Corneels Schabort, North-West Univ. South Africa Kay Schaubach, DBFZ, Germany Tim Schulzke, Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, Germany Neeta Sharma, ENEA, Italy Oyvind Skreiberg, SINTEF Energy Research, Norway Raphael Slade, Imperial College, United Kingdom Patricia Thornley, University of Manchester, United Kingdom Daniela Thran, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Germany Bert Van De Beld, BTG Biomass Technology, The Netherlands Wim Van Swaaij, University of Twente, The Netherlands Frederic Vogel, PSI, Switzerland

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AUTHORS INDEX Aalto M., 1BV.4.6; IBO.16.1 Abad Ferna N., 3BO.7.3 Abadías J., 1BO.9.1; ICV.1.3 Ábrego J., 3CO.7.6 Abt R.C., 4AV.2.39 Acampora A., 1BO.9.4 Achim A., 1AO.4.4 Adam S., ICO.16.3 Adamczyk F., 1BV.4.72; 1DV.1.46; ICV.1.3 Adams P., 1CO.5.2 Ademovic-Tahirovic A., 5BV.2.9 Afano V., 4AV.3.37 Agostini A., 1CO.9.5; 1CV.4.4; 4AV.2.37; 4DO.2.1 Ågren G., 4DO.5.2 Aguado P.L., 1DV.1.37 Ahlgren S., 3DV.3.97 Ahmed M., 3DV.3.86 Ahtikoski A., 1BV.4.17 Aigenbauer, St.,2BV.1.28 Akeyama Y., 2CV.3.4 Al Haddad M., IBO.12.2; ICV.1.27; ICV.1.28 Alakangas E., 1BO.9.5; 4CO.14.4 Albergo R., 3DV.3.89 Albers E., 1CV.4.3 Albrecht F.G., 3CO.7.3; 3DV.3.13 Albrect I., 2CO.3.1 Alegria I., 3CV.2.9 Alén R., 3CV.2.70 Alexopoulou E., 1BP.1.2; 1CO.5.4; 1DV.1.36 Algieri A., 2BV.1.29 Alhaddad M., ICV.1.29 Al-Halbouni A., 5BV.2.5; ICV.1.24 Alier S., IBO.12.5 Allais F., 3CV.2.53 Allesina G., 2CV.3.25 Almeida G., 3BO.7.1; ICV.1.56 Alvarez Vaquerizo C., 3CV.2.20 Amaducci S., 1BP.1.2; 1DV.1.14 Amarasekara A.S., 3BO.7.5 Amichev B., 1DV.1.35 Amorós M.C., 1DV.1.27; 1DV.1.28 Anastasakis K., 2BO.14.4 Anca-Couce A., 3CO.11.5 Andersen J.S., ICV.1.31 Annevelink B., 4CO.14.1 Annevelink E., 1BO.9.3; 1BV.4.3; 4CO.14.4 Anschütz T., IBO.8.6

Antevski G., 1BV.4.102 Anttila P., 1BV.4.36 Apek L., 3DV.3.92 Apfelbacher A., 2AO.5.5; 3AO.3.3 Aracil J., 3DV.3.61 Aragno M., 4AV.3.16 Aragon G., 4AV.2.11 Araki M., 2CV.3.27 Aranda Almansa G., 3CV.2.32; ICO.12.3 Arato E., 2CV.3.18; 2CV.3.54 Arauzo J., 3BO.15.4 Aravind P. V., 2CV.3.99 Aravind P.V., 2CV.3.91 Arpornwichanop A., 2CV.3.7 Arranz-Piera P., IBO.8.3 Arteaga-Pérez L.E., 3CO.11.3 Arumugam S., 2BO.14.5 Astervik Å., 2BV.1.59 Astrup R., 4AV.2.8 Athès V., 3CV.2.53 Atienza-Martínez M., 3CO.7.6; 3DV.3.23 Aurambout J.-P., 4AV.2.32 Ausiello A., 2DO.7.4 Avhad M., 3DV.3.61 Awosusi A, 3CV.2.71 Axelsson J., 2BO.10.3 Ayeni A, 3CV.2.71 Azalin Jr. F., 2BV.1.30 Bachion L., 4AV.2.41 Backman R., 2CV.3.39 Badea G.V., 4AV.1.11 Badea N., 4AV.1.11 Bados R., 1BV.4.87 Baek S.H., 2BV.1.44 Bais A.L., 4AV.3.9 Bakker R.R., 2BV.1.41 Baksi S., 1BO.5.2 Balland M., 2BO.10.1 Ballesteros I., 3CV.2.20 Bampouli A., 3CV.2.51 Bandaru, V.,3AO.3.4 Bandini S., 3CV.2.31 Banja M., 4AV.3.22 Bär K., 5BO.4.5 Barakat A., 1BV.4.38 Baranzelli C., 1BV.4.16 Baratieri M., 2BO.2.3; 2BV.1.56; 2CV.3.15; 2CV.3.18; 2CV.3.9 Barbosa B., 1DV.1.18; 1DV.1.32 Barchmann T., 5BO.4.1 Bardolf R., 2BO.2.4

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Barisano D., 2CV.3.36; 3BV.3.4; 3BV.3.5 Barletta D., 3CV.2.33 Barot A., 3CV.2.74 Barrette J., 1AO.4.4 Barta Z., 2BV.1.36 Barth T., 3CV.2.26 Bartkiene E., 3BV.3.14 Bartolí J., IBO.12.5 Basakcilardan Kabakci S., 3DV.3.16 Basile F., 3BV.3.5 Basset C., 1BV.4.38 Batas Bjelic I., 5BV.2.9 Baudry G., 4CO.10.1 Baum S., 3CO.4.5 Bautista I., 1DV.1.28 Baxter D., 4AV.2.37 Béal C., ICO.8.4 Bechstein F., 1BV.4.92 Becidan M., 1AO.7.4; 1BV.4.94; 1BV.4.95; 2AO.5.1 Becker J., 3CO.15.3 Beckmann G., 2BV.1.57 Beer S., 2CV.3.60 Beinersdorf K., 2CV.3.64 Bekkering J., 4DO.8.3; 5BO.4.2 Bel J.B., 1BV.4.102 Béland M., 1AO.4.4 Belandria V., 2CV.3.31 Belbo H., 4AV.2.8 Bell G., IBO.8.1 Bello E., 3CV.2.9 Ben Naceur H., 3BO.7.1 Ben H., 3DO.6.1 Benders, R.M.J.,4DO.8.3 Benkowitsch E., ICV.1.41 Berbente C., 3DV.3.64 Bergante S., 1BO.5.1 Berghel J., 1BV.4.59 Bergmann M., 1AO.4.3; 1BV.4.11; 1BV.4.19 Bergseng E., 4AV.3.5 Berndes G., 4BO.13.3; 4DO.5.2 Bernhard T., 1BV.4.20 Bertel S.N., ICV.1.31 Berti M., 1CO.1.5 Bertin, L.,3CV.2.31 Bertrand S., IBO.12.3 Bertucelli S., 1BP.1.2 Besse X., 3DO.3.5 Bezama A., ICO.16.5 Bezergianni S., ICV.1.53 Bientinesi I., 4AV.3.33

Bijlsma R.J., 4AV.1.19 Biller P., 3BO.15.1 Billig E., 3CO.4.1 Binder G., IBO.12.1 Birgen C., 1BO.5.2 Birkeland R., 3DV.2.16 Birth T., 1BV.4.105; 5BV.2.17 Bischoff W.-A., 1BO.9.1; 4AV.2.10; 4CO.14.3; ICV.1.41 Bitter J.H., 3BO.11.1 Bizzo W., 2BV.1.51 Blanchard R.E., 1BV.4.101 Blanco M.J., 4AV.2.6 Blasco I., 1BV.4.87 Blasi A., 3DO.3.1 Bloche-Daub K., 4CO.10.4 Blondeau J., 2BV.1.47 Blum U., 2BV.1.4; 2CO.13.1 Bochmann G., 2DO.7.3; 3CO.4.4 Bódis K., 4AV.3.22 Bogel-Lukasik R., 3AO.6.4 Bøjer M., 2BV.1.49; 2BV.1.50 Bolado-Rodríguez S., 3CV.2.27 Bolduan R., 1AO.7.1 Bolhar-Nordenkampf M., 2BP.2.2 Bologa A., 2AO.5.4 Bonaccorsi L., 2BO.14.3 Bonari E., 4AV.2.40 Bongaerts J., 1BV.4.27 Bonner I.J., 4AV.2.17 Bonten L.T.C., 4AV.1.19 Borchert H., 1BO.1.2; 2BV.1.4; 2CO.13.1 Borgmeyer J., 2BO.2.2 Borgna S., 1BP.1.2 Borjabad E., 2BV.1.26; 4AV.2.11 Börjesson P., 4DO.5.2 Born J., ICO.12.1 Borzecka-Walker M., 4CO.6.5; ICV.1.70 Bos A., 3CV.2.32 Bosc A., 4DO.5.5 Boscagli C., 3DV.3.42 Bosch K., 2BO.2.4 Bosco S., 4AV.2.40 Bosio B., 2CV.3.18; 2CV.3.54 Bosmans K., ICO.12.5 Bosona T., 1BV.4.21 Bostyn S., 2CV.3.31 Botella L., 3BO.15.4 Bouaid A., 3DV.3.61 Boukis N., 3CO.4.2 Bouvy C., ICV.1.44 Bouwman P.J., ICO.12.3


AUTHORS INDEX Bouwmeester M., ICV.1.32 Bove D., 2CV.3.18; 2CV.3.54 Bowra S., 3BV.3.27; ICV.1.59 Braccio G., 3CV.2.34 Braeken L., 3DV.3.2 Bramer E.A., 2BO.10.5; 3DV.2.1 Brandt J., 2BP.2.1 Brekke A., ICO.16.2 Brem G., 2BO.10.5; 3DV.2.1 Brenner M., 3AO.6.4 Breunig M., 3CO.7.4 Briesemeister L., 2BO.6.2 Brilman D.W.F, 1BV.4.61 Brink A., 2BO.14.3 Brinkman M.L.J., 4AV.3.10 Briseid T., 2CV.3.95 Brodin F. W., 3DO.6.3; 3DV.3.77; ICV.1.37 Broekhuis A.A., 5BO.4.2 Broeren M.L.M., 4AV.2.28; 4BO.13.1 Brosowski A., 4CO.10.5 Brown R., 3BP.3.1 Brück F., 2DO.4.4 Brunelle T., 4DO.5.5 Brunner T., 2AO.2.5 Brynolf S., 4AV.2.4 Bua L., ICV.1.80 Buchmayr M., 2BV.1.72 Budsberg E., 3AO.3.4 Budzinski M., ICO.16.5 Buffi M., 3DO.3.3; ICO.16.4 Bugge M., 2BV.1.13 Bui H., 3DV.2.16 Bukowski P., 4AV.2.10; 4AV.2.18; 4CO.14.3 Bulgheroni C., 4AV.2.40 Bulut M., 3CV.2.37 Bundgaard-Jørgensen U., 1BO.9.1 Buø T., 3DV.2.16 Burgé G., 3CV.2.53 Butlewski K., 2CV.3.26 Buysse J., 4AV.1.4 Bysveen M., 4AV.3.13 Cáceres Martínez L.E., 2CV.3.23 Cai Q.S., 1BV.4.30 Caldera M., 2AO.2.4 Calero R., 1BV.4.87 Cambell E., 1BV.4.82 Campargue M., ICV.1.28 Canciani P., 4CO.14.1 Cano-Ruiz J., 1DV.1.26; 1DV.1.27 Cantero D.A., 3BO.7.3 Capaccioli S., 4AV.3.16 Capodaglio A.G., 3DV.3.20

Capuzzi L., ICP.3.3 Carbo M.C., 1AO.7.3; 3DO.9.2; ICV.1.32; 3DO.9.3 Cardoso M., 1BV.4.22 Caretta A., ICV.1.80 Carnelli L., ICV.1.80 Carnevale O., 2BO.6.5 Carrasco J.E., 1BV.4.87; 2BV.1.26; 1CO.1.2 Carrascosa A., 1BV.4.87 Carreras N., 2CV.3.69 Carrez D., 4CP.1.2 Carrier M., 3CO.11.1 Cartas L., 1CV.4.40 Carvajal-Guevara A., 3CV.2.27 Carvalho A.V., 3AO.6.4 Carvalho F., 1BV.4.2 Carvalho M.M.O., 1BV.4.22; 2BV.1.30 Casamassima L., 3DV.3.45 Casini D., 1CV.4.2; 3AO.6.2 Castaldi M.J., 2BO.2.3 Castelli F., 1DV.1.11; 4DO.2.4 Castro E., 3CV.2.1 Cattolica R., 2CV.3.11 Cavalli A., 2CV.3.99 Cay Villa-Ceballos F., 1BV.4.24 Ceamanos J., 3DV.3.23 Cederberg C., 1CV.4.3 Celades I., 4AV.2.11 Celaya J., 3DO.6.3; 3DV.3.77; ICV.1.37 Ceotto E., 1DV.1.11; 4DO.2.4 Cerone N., 2BO.14.3; 2BO.6.5; 2CV.3.22 Chae J.S, 1BV.4.91 Chaisuwan T., 3BO.3.1; 3BV.3.39 Chakraborty S., 3BO.3.3 Chala B., 2DO.7.2 Chaloski M., 1BV.4.102 Champagne P., 1CO.9.4 Chandraraj K., 3BV.3.23 Chang C.-Y., 3DV.3.36 Chang J., 3DV.3.54 Chang W.S., 3DV.3.12 Chang Y.-S., 3BV.3.24 Changsuwan P., 2CV.3.4 Chatzizacharia K., 1BV.4.62 Chemarin F., 3CV.2.53 Chen C., 1BV.4.50 Chen G., 1BO.5.3; 2CV.3.43 Chen G.Y., 3CV.2.62; ICV.1.16 Chen P.C., 2CV.3.59 Chen S.Y., 3DV.3.65 Chen W.H., 3BO.3.4 Cherubini F., 1AO.7.4; 2CV.3.95;

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4CP.1.1; 4AV.2.8 Chiaramonti D., 1CV.4.2; 3AO.6.2; 3DO.3.3; 4AV.2.40; IBO.16.4; ICO.16.4; ICV.1.19 Chinwatpaiboon P., 3BV.3.39 Chiodo V., 2CV.3.50 Chiou D.-S., 3BV.3.24 Cho J.K., 3BO.11.5 Choi H.S., 1BV.4.99 Choi S.A, 1BV.4.91 Choi S.A., 3DV.3.67 Choi S.K., 3DV.3.32 Choi Y.S., 3DV.3.32 Chollacoop N., 3DV.3.65 Christensen P.S., 3CO.15.3 Christou M., 1CO.5.4; 1DV.1.36 Chrysikou L., ICV.1.53 Chyou Y.P., 2CV.3.59 Chu, H.K, ICV.1.48 Chudy R., 4CO.14.5 Chuepeng S., 2BV.1.34 Ciliz N., 1BV.4.88 Cintas O., 4DO.5.2 Cioabla A., 1BV.4.104 Ciria C.S., 1CO.1.2 Ciria P., 1CO.1.2 CizeikieneD., 3BV.3.14 Clalüna A., 1AO.4.3; 1BV.4.11; 1BV.4.19 Clancy M., IBO.8.1 Clarke N., 4AV.2.7; 4DO.5.1 Clausen S., 2AO.8.3 Clavero E., 1CO.9.3 Cluet B., IBO.12.2 Coaloa D., 4AV.3.24 Cocero M.J., 3BO.7.3 Cockerill T., 4AV.3.19 Colodette J., 1BV.4.22 Conrad S., 3CO.11.1; 3CV.2.43 Conti R., 2AO.5.5; 3AO.3.3; 3DV.3.1 Contino F., 2BV.1.47 Contuzzi L., 2CV.3.22 Cordioli E., 2BO.2.3 Cornacchia G., 2CV.3.22 Cornelio da Silva C., 3CV.2.51 Corredor R., 1BV.4.87 Corro G., 2DO.4.3 Corvo P., IBO.8.6 Cosentino S.L., 1BP.1.2 Cox P.W., ICV.1.59 Cox S., 1DV.1.14 Craddock F., 1BV.4.102 Crawford B., 3CV.2.9 Crawford J., 3AO.3.4

Cristobal-Garcia J., 1BV.4.16 Croce B., 4AV.3.33 Cross H., 4DO.5.1 Crunteanu D.E., 3DV.3.64 Cudilleiro M., 1BV.4.20 Curt M.D., 1DV.1.26; 1DV.1.37 Curti M., 2CV.3.18 Cvetkovska E., 1BV.4.102 Czajka K., 2BV.1.53 Czyrnek-Delêtre M., 1CO.9.5 D’Huys P.-J., 3DV.3.2 da Costa Lopes A.M., 3AO.6.4 Da Cunha M.P., 4AV.3.10 Dafnomilis I., 1AO.1.4; 4AV.3.30 Dahmen M., 1BV.4.27; 2DO.4.1 Dahmen N., 3DV.3.49 Dale V., 4AV.2.39 Dalholenka H. , 3DV.3.17 Dallemand J.-F., 1BV.4.1 Damasius J., 3BV.3.14 Dam-Johansen K., 2BO.6.6 Daramola M, 3CV.2.71 Dasappa S., 2CV.3.13; 2CV.3.14; 2CV.3.45; 5CP.2.2 Daschner R., 2AO.5.5; 3AO.3.3; 3CO.7.1; 3DV.3.1 Datta P., 1BV.4.36 Davies T., 3CV.2.9 Daylan B., 1BV.4.88 De Bari I., 3CV.2.34; 3DV.3.89; IBO.8.1 De Filippi F., 1AO.4.3; 1BV.4.11;1BV.4.19 De Fusco L., 2BV.1.47 de Groot H., 4CO.14.4 de Jong E., IBO.8.1 de Jong J.J., 4AV.1.19 De Jong S., 4AV.1.14; IBO.8.4 de Jong W., 2BO.14.4; 2CO.3.1; 4AV.1.29 de Reus M., ICV.1.57 de Vries W., 4AV.1.19 De Wever H., 3CV.2.9 de Wild P.J., 3CO.7.2 De Wilde F., ICO.12.5 Deaconu M., 3DV.3.64 Deák Zs., 1CO.9.1 Deb P., 5CP.2.2 DEBKUMAR C., 1AO.7.2 Debnath D., 4CO.6.1 Deenadayalu N., 1BV.4.60 Dees M., 1BV.4.36; 4CO.14.1 Defoort F., ICV.1.28 del Alamo Serrano G., 1AO.7.4 Del Campo I., 3CV.2.9; 4CO.2.1; 4CO.6.6


AUTHORS INDEX Demus T., 5BV.2.7 den Boer E., 4AV.2.10 den Boer J., 4AV.2.10; 4AV.2.18 Deng F.F., 1DV.1.12 Deng H., 3DV.3.9 Déniel M., 3CO.15.2 Deutch S., 3DO.6.1 Deval X., 1BO.9.1; ICV.1.3 Devriendt N., 3CV.2.37; ICO.12.5 Di Candilo M., 4DO.2.4 Di Fidio N., 3DV.3.89 Di Giacomo G., 3DV.2.14 Di Renzo F., 1BV.4.38 Di Virgillo N., 1BV.4.36 Diaz Chavez R., 4CO.6.6 Díaz M., 2BV.1.67 Diaz-Chavez R., 4BO.13.4; 4CO.2.1; 1BO.4.41 Dibdiakova J., 2BV.1.42 Dieckhoff L., 4DO.5.5 Dieter H., 2BO.2.1 Dietrich N., 4AV.2.16 Dietrich R.-U., 3CO.7.3; 3DV.3.13 Dietz E., 2BV.1.4; 2CO.13.1 Dijkstra J.W., 3AO.6.3; 3CV.2.51; ICO.16.1 Dimitriadis A., ICV.1.53 Ding F.Y., 4DO.2.5 Diozzi M., 4DO.2.4 Dobre P., 1DV.1.30 Doczekal C., 1BV.4.102; 5BV.2.9 Dogaris I., IBO.16.5 Dolezal J., 1AO.4.3; 1BV.4.11; 1BV.4.19 Doluda V., 3BO.7.2 Domingos J., 3CV.2.31 Dommel D., 5AO.9.4 Dondi D., 3DV.3.20 Dong L.L., 3CV.2.56; 3CV.2.67 Dornack D., 4AV.2.16 Dotzauer M., 4CO.10.5; 5AO.9.1; 5BO.4.1 Drigo S., 4AV.3.33 Drosg B., 2DO.7.3 Duan N., 3BV.3.2 Duarte C., 4AV.1.3 Dubnová L., 3DV.3.92 Ducept F., 3BO.7.1; ICV.1.56 Duden A.S., 4AV.2.39; 4DO.5.3 Dudynski M., 3BO.15.2 Dufour A., 4DO.5.5 Dumas P., 4DO.5.5 Dumfort S., 1BO.1.3 Dunsbach R.D., ICV.1.65

Dupire S., 1BV.4.20 Durocher, C.,1AO.4.4 Dussan K., 2CV.3.17; 3DV.3.39 Dutta S.K., 3BO.3.3 Dyer A.C., 3DV.3.43 Dyjakon A., 1BO.9.1; 4AV.2.10; 4AV.2.18; 4AV.3.37; 4CO.14.3 Dzene I., 1BO.9.2 Eaimsumang S., 3CV.2.65 Echterhof T., 5BV.2.7 Ecker M., 2AO.5.4 Edwards R., 4AV.3.1 Eelbersen W., 4CO.6.6 Egnell G., 4DO.5.2 Ehimen E.A., ICO.12.1 Ekener-Petersen E., 4AV.1.30 Ekman Nilsson A., 1CV.4.3 Elbersen B., 1BP.1.1; 1BV.4.3; 4BO.13.2; 4CO.14.1; 4CO.14.4; 4CO.2.1; 4CO.6.2; 4CO.6.6 Elbersen W., 4 CO.14.4; 4CO.2.1; 2BV.1.41 Elberson B., 1BV.4.36 Eldhuset T., 4DO.5.1 Eleftheriadis I., 1DV.1.47 Elhami O.H., 2CV.3.1 Elissen H., 4AV.3.17 Engelmann K., 1BO.9.2 Engelsen C., 1BV.4.89 Engler N., 2CV.3.73 Engvall K., 2CV.3.39 Enomoto H., 2CV.3.27 Entenmann S., 1BV.4.99 Eom I.Y., 3CV.2.55 Ernst M., ICV.1.74 Escalada R., 4AV.2.11 Escot Bocanegra P., 2CV.3.31 Esteban L.S., 1BV.4.87; 2BV.1.26 Euken J., 3BP.3.1; 3DV.2.20 Evensen E., 1BV.4.95 Eynck C., 1CO.5.4 Faaij A., 4AV.3.25; 4CO.2.4; 4DO.2.2; 5BV.2.12; IBO.8.4; 4AV.3.10; 4DO.8.1 Facci E.G., 4AV.3.33 Facciotto G., 1BO.5.1; 4AV.3.24 Fages J., 3CO.15.2 Fahl F., 1BV.4.1 Falano T., 2AO.8.5 Falk O., 3CO.4.5 Fallas I., IBO.8.3 Fan C., 2CV.3.32 Fan L., 2CV.3.91

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Farcas N., 1DV.1.30 Faridi J., 2BO.2.3; 2CV.3.15; 2CV.3.9 Farrow T., 3CO.11.2 Fateev A., 2AO.8.3 Faungnawakij K., 3BO.15.3; 3CV.2.47; 3DV.3.70 Faussone G.C., ICV.1.49; ICV.1.50; 2CV.3.11 Fava F., 3CV.2.31 Fejzovic E., 5BV.2.9 Felici C., 2DO.1.4 Fendt S., 2BO.6.2; 3BV.3.8; 3DV.2.9 Fenice M., 2CV.3.79; 2DO.1.4 Fernandez J., 1DV.1.37 Fernández M.J., 2BV.1.26 Fernando A.L., 1BP.1.2; 1CO.1.3; 1DV.1.32; 4AV.2.33; 1DV.1.18 Ferraco Scolforo H., 1BO.5.5 Fick L., 3DV.3.94 Filatova A., 3BO.7.2 Fingerman K., 1BP.1.1 Fischer J., 1BV.4.14 Fischer M., 1BO.5.6 Fitzgerald J., 1BV.4.36; 4BO.13.2 Fletcher H., 3BO.15.1 Flick D., 3BO.7.1; ICV.1.56 Flinkman M.K., 4AV.1.15 Floerl K., 1BO.1.3 Florea T., IBO.12.2; ICV.1.28; ICV.1.29 Flórez Ramos D., 2CO.3.5 Föhr J., 2BV.1.62; 4AV.2.15 Fontaine J.-M., 2BV.1.10 Fonts I., 3DV.3.23 Forsberg C., 2BV.1.60 Forsell N., 1BV.4.36 Fortin M., 4DO.5.5 Fossum M., 1BV.4.95 Fossum M.F., 2AO.5.1 Frackowiak P., 1BO.9.1; 1BV.4.72; 1DV.1.46; ICV.1.3 Francavilla M., 1CV.4.16 Francescato V., 2BV.1.24 François J., 4DO.5.5 Franco-Jácome D.L., 2BV.1.51 Frandsen F., 2BV.1.50 Frandsen F.J., 2BV.1.49 Fraxino D., ICV.1.83 Freni S., 2CV.3.50 Fritsche U.R., 4BO.13.2; 1BP.1.1; 4CO.14.1; 4CO.6.6 Froment K., 2BO.10.1 Fryda L., 3CV.2.72

Fu Y., 3DV.3.54 Fuchs W., 3CO.4.4 Fuchsz M., 3CO.4.5 Fuentes Cano D., 2BO.6.4 Fukunaga H., 3DV.2.18 Furubayashi T., 1BV.4.18 Furusjö E., 2BO.10.3; 2CO.3.4 G. Søgaard E., 3DV.3.29 Gaardsmand R., 4AV.3.36 Gabrielle B., 1BV.4.3; 4BO.13.5 Gaderer M., 2BO.6.2; 3DV.2.9 Galanopoulos C., ICO.8.3 Gale W., 4AV.3.19 Gallifuoco A., 3DV.2.14 Gallucci F., 1CO.5.3 Gallucci K., 3BV.3.4 Galnares A., 2BO.10.1 Galvagno A., 2BO.14.3; 2CV.3.50 Galvao L.C.R., 5BV.2.8 Gambier F., 3AO.6.1 Gansberger M., 1DV.1.23 Garcia C., 3CV.2.9 García M., 3BO.15.4 Garcia S., 4AV.2.11 García-Galindo D., 1AO.4.3; 1BO.9.1; 1BV.4.24; 4AV.3.37; ICV.1.3;ICV.1.68; 1BV.4.11; 1BV.4.19; 1BV.4.36; 1BO.9.2; 4AV.2.18; 1BV.4.21 García-Serna J., 3BO.7.3 Gardy J., 3DV.3.86 Gazis E., 4AV.1.14; IBO.8.4 Ge S., 1CO.9.4 Gea G., 3CO.7.6; 3DV.3.23 Gebart R., 2CO.3.4 Gebhart P., 3CO.7.4 Gebresenbet G., 1BO.9.1; 1BV.4.21; 4AV.2.18; ICV.1.3 Gedanken A., 3DO.3.4 Geipert H., 2DO.4.4 Geipert S., 2DO.4.4 Gemert van W.J.T., 5BO.4.2 Georges L., 2BV.1.13 Gerardi V., 2AO.2.4 Gerber P., 4BO.13.4 Germer S., 1BO.9.1; 2CO.13.3; 4AV.2.10; 4AV.2.18; 4AV.3.37; ICV.1.3 Gerssen-Gondelach S., 4DO.2.2 Ghanim B., 3DV.2.2 Giesch C., 1BV.4.20 Giese A., 5BV.2.5; ICV.1.24 Gil J., 3DO.9.1 Gil L., 4AV.1.3


AUTHORS INDEX Giles A., 3DO.3.3 Gil-Lalaguna N., 3BO.15.4 Ginevro V., 3CV.2.73 Giorgini L., 2CV.3.25 Giuliano A., 3CV.2.33 Giuntoli I., 4AV.2.37 Giuntoli J., 1CO.9.5; 1CV.4.4; 4AV.2.40; 4DO.2.1 Gjølsjø S., 2CO.13.4 Gkranas G., 4AV.1.29 Glarborg P., 2AO.8.3; 2BV.1.49; 2BV.1.50 Glasius M., 3CO.15.3 Glasner C., 3BV.3.14 Glavonjic B., 1BV.4.36 Goerner K., ICV.1.24 Goggins J., 4AV.2.14 Goile F., 4AV.2.8 Gökalp I., 2CV.3.31 Goldbæk-Larsen F., 4AV.3.36 Golfier P., 1DV.1.15 Gomar S., 4AV.2.11 Gómez Mejía A., 2CO.3.5 Gomez Palmero M., 1BV.4.11 Gómez M., 4AV.2.10 Gómez-Barea A., 2BO.6.4 Gómez-Palmero M., 1AO.4.3; 4AV.3.37; ICV.1.3 Gong M., 1DV.1.12 Gonzalez J., 2CV.3.27 González A., 3CV.2.20 Gonzalo A., 3BO.15.4 Görner K., 5BV.2.5 Görsch K., 3CO.15.1 Gottschalk A., ICO.16.3 Gowrisankar S., 3CV.2.54 Grahn M., 4AV.2.4 Grammelis P., ICV.1.68 Granström M., ICP.3.1 Grassi G., ICV.1.83 Gredinger A., 2BO.2.1 Greenough R., 5BO.4.3 Grethe H., 1BV.4.99 Grigoras I.F., 3DV.3.8 Gröngröft A., ICO.16.5 Grönkvist S., 4AV.3.26 Grootjes A.J., ICO.12.3 Gruber J., 2BV.1.72 Gruber M., 2DO.7.3 Gruevska A., 1BV.4.102 Grunwaldt J.-D., 3DV.3.42 Grushcow J., 1CO.5.4 Grytli T., 4AV.2.8

Guerrero A.M., 1DV.1.26; 1DV.1.27 Guest G., 4AV.2.8 Gueudré L., 3DO.6.2 Guilhaume N., 3DO.3.5 Guilleminot E., 2DO.4.3 Guisson R., 1BV.4.26 Guo G.L, ICV.1.48 Guo X., ICV.1.16 Gupte A., 3BO.15.5 Gustafson R., 3AO.3.4 Gustavsson L., 4DO.5.4 Gutierrez-Canas C., 4AV.2.11 Gwengo C., 1BV.4.82 Gyllensten K.G., ICO.16.2 Haarlemmer G., 3CO.15.2 Haberle I., 2BV.1.13 Habyarimana E., 1DV.1.14 Hacibektasoglu S., 3DV.3.16 Hafner S.D., 2DO.1.5 Hájek M., 3DV.3.93 Hall K., 1BO.5.5 Hammerschmid A.,ICO.8.1 Hammerton J., 3DV.2.8; 5BV.2.16 Hamzah M.H., ICV.1.59 Han X., ICO.8.5 Hangs R., 1DV.1.35 Hansen K., 4AV.2.5 Hanssen K.H., 4AV.2.7; 4DO.5.1 Hanssen O.J., 4AV.3.5 Hanssen S.V., 4DO.5.3 Hansson J., 4AV.1.30; 4AV.2.4; 4AV.2.5; 4AV.3.26; 4BO.13.3; 4DO.5.2 Hansson P.-A., 3DV.3.97 Hanzu M., 4AV.3.46 Hao J., 2DO.1.1 Hao M.M., 4DO.2.5 Haponska M., 1CO.9.3 Harfuch L., 4AV.2.41 Hargassner M., 2BV.1.72 Harinck J., 2CO.3.1; 4AV.1.29 Häring G., 5BO.4.5 Hart M., 2CV.3.11 Hart Q., 3AO.3.4 Hartmann H., 1BO.1.2; 2AO.2.1; 2AO.2.3; 2BV.1.11; 2BV.1.4; 2BV.1.43; 2BV.1.5; 2CO.13.1 Hashida K., 3DV.2.13 Haslinger W., 2AO.2.1; 2AO.5.3; 2BV.1.14; 2BV.1.28 Hassanpour A., 3DV.3.86 Hatziavramidis D., 1BV.4.62 Hauer E., 3CO.4.2

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Haugen N.E.L., 2BV.1.13 Haulo G., 1CV.4.35 Hauschild S., 2CV.3.21; 3AO.6.5 Heaton E.A., 4AV.2.17 Heikaus C., IBO.8.6 Heinke H., 3DO.6.5 Heinrich M., 4AV.2.16 Heiskanen V.-P., 1BO.1.1 Held J., 3BP.3.2 Heller K., 1BP.1.2 Henderson J., 4CO.2.2 Henderson J.D., 4AV.2.39 Henderson P., 2BV.1.59 Hengeveld E.J., 5BO.4.2 Hennig C., 4CO.10.5 Heping X., 1BP.1.2 Herbig S., 3CO.4.2 Hermansson S., IBO.16.2 Hernandez J., 3CV.2.9 Hernandez M., IBO.12.4 Herrera I., 4AV.2.6 Herrmann A.H., 2CV.3.21 Heugens E., 4BO.13.1 Heugens E.H.W., 4AV.2.28 Hewitt J., 3CV.2.9 Heyes A., 4AV.3.19 Hiblot H., ICV.1.28 Hieda N., 2CV.3.27 Hietala A., 4DO.5.1 Hildebrand J., ICO.16.5 Hilst F., 3CV.2.23 Hinderson A., 3DO.9.3 Hingsamer M., 4AV.1.31 Hirota S., 2CV.3.5 Hitzl M., 2BV.1.24; IBO.12.4 Ho C.-M., 1CV.4.35 Hoang J., 3CO.11.4 Hochenauer C., 2BO.14.2; 2BV.1.24; 2BV.1.72; 3CO.11.5 Hodaifa G., 1CV.4.40 Hoefnagels E.T.A., 1AO.1.4 Hoefnagels R., 4AV.1.14; 4AV.3.30; IBO.8.4 Hofbauer H., 2BO.2.4; 2BO.6.1; 2CV.3.16; 2CV.3.20; ICO.12.4; 2CV.3.8 Hoffmann S., 4AV.3.41; 4CO.10.3 Hofmann J., 3CO.4.5 Hofmann N., 1BO.1.2 Hofmeister M., 5BV.2.9 Höftberger E., 2BV.1.28 Holden N. M., 4DO.8.5 Holm-Nielsen J.B., 1AO.1.1; ICO.12.1

Holo H., 2CV.3.71 Hong K.S., 3CV.2.55 Hongmanorom P., 3DV.3.73 Horn H., 2BV.1.42 Horn S.J., 2CV.3.71 Hornung A., 2AO.5.5; 2CV.3.60; 2DO.4.2; 3AO.3.3; 3CO.7.1; 3DV.3.1; 5AO.9.4; ICV.1.47 Hornung U., 3BP.3.3; 3CO.7.4 Horta F., IBO.8.3 Horvat A., 2CV.3.48; 2CV.3.53 Horvath I., 1AO.7.5 Houlberg K., 3CO.15.3 Hovd B., 3DV.2.16 Hsieh C.-W., 3BV.3.24 Hsu C.C., 3BO.3.4 Hsu H.T., 2CV.3.59 Hubbard W., 4CO.2.2 Huber G., 4AV.2.24 Huber M.B., 1BO.1.3 Huewelmann Ch., ICV.1.24 Huijgen W.J.J., 3AO.6.3; 3CV.2.51; ICO.16.1 Hulteberg C., 2CV.3.20 Hüneke M., 5BO.4.5 Hunkin S., 1BO.9.1 Hurskainen M., 2BV.1.64 Hursthouse A., 1AO.4.5 Husmann M., 2BO.14.2; IBO.12.1 Hvidberg R.B., ICV.1.31 Hwang W.S., ICV.1.48 Hynynen J., 1BV.4.17 Ibarra I., 4AV.2.11 Idareta I., 3CV.2.9 Idler C., 1BO.1.4; 2CO.13.3 Ikonomova Martinovska C., 1BV.4.102 Inoue M., 1BV.4.46 Inoue S., 2CV.3.4 Inoue T., 2CO.3.2; 2CV.3.4 Intani K., 4AV.3.45 Intini S., 1CV.4.16 Ionel I., 1BV.4.104; 2CV.3.78 Iqbal Y., 1DV.1.31; 1DV.1.38 Iriarte L., 1BP.1.1; 4BO.13.2; 4CO.2.1; 4CO.6.6 Ishikawa K., 3CV.2.29 Ito J., 3BV.3.38 Itoh I., 3DV.2.23 Itthibenchapong V., 3DV.3.70 Ivancic A., 4AV.3.16 Iversen B.B., 3CO.15.3 Iversen S., IBO.8.5


AUTHORS INDEX Jablonowski N.D., 1DV.1.24 Jackson D., 1BV.4.82 Jafri Y., 2CO.3.4 Jäger N., 2AO.5.5; 3AO.3.3; 3CO.7.1; 3DV.3.1 Janczarek M., 3BO.15.2 Jang H., 3CO.4.3 Jankauskiene S, 1BP.1.2 Janssen A.H.H., 1AO.7.3 Janssen R., 1BO.9.2; 1BV.4.86; 4CO.2.1; 4CO.6.6; 5BV.2.9 Jarosz-KrzemiDska E., 4AV.2.27 Jarvis M., 3DO.6.1 Jasiknas L., 3DV.3.35 Jeanmart H., 2BV.1.47 Jenkins B., 3AO.3.4 Jenkinson P., 3CO.11.2 Jensen C.U.J., ICV.1.22 Jensen P., 2BV.1.50 Jensen P. A., 2BV.1.49 Jensen P.A., 2AO.8.3; 2BO.6.6 Jeong J.Y., 3DV.3.12 Jeong S.W., 3DV.3.12 Jeong Y.W., 3DV.3.32 Jerotic S., 5BV.2.9 Jia J., 2CV.3.102 Jiang D., 4DO.2.5 Jiang H., 2CV.3.73; 2DO.7.5 Jiang J., 2CV.3.72 Jiang W., 3DV.3.90 Jin V., 1CO.5.1 Jirjis R., 1BO.9.1; 2CO.13.3; ICV.1.3 Joachim J., 2DO.7.2 Joao E., 1AO.4.5 Joergensen H., IBO.8.1 Johansen J.M., 2AO.8.3 Jonker J.G.G., 3CV.2.23; 5AO.9.3 Jönsson L.J., 3BO.3.5 Jonsson R., 4AV.1.15 Jordan E., 3DO.6.2 Juliszewski T., 1DV.1.46 Jung C.D., 3CV.2.55 Jung R., 2DO.4.2; ICV.1.47 Junginger M., 1BP.1.1; 4AV.3.25; 4AV.3.30; 4CO.2.1; 4CO.2.4; 4CO.6.6; IBO.8.4; 1AO.1.4; 3CV.2.23; 4AV.2.39; 4DO.5.3; 5AO.9.3 Jungmeier G., 4AV.1.31; IBO.8.1; ICV.1.74 Jungwirth J., 5BO.4.4 Juodaityte J., 4CO.2.5 Juodeikiene G., 3BV.3.14

Jurcoane S., 1DV.1.30 Kadziuliene Z., 1CO.5.6 Kaffka S., 3AO.3.4 Kalde A., 5BV.2.7 Kamikawa D., 1BV.4.46 Kandasamy J., 2CV.3.31 Kang E.-S., 3BO.11.5 Kang S., 4AV.1.12, 2BV.1.73 Kantarelis E., 2CV.3.97 Kara Y., 2BO.10.1 Karampinis E., ICV.1.68 Karanfilovska M., 5BV.2.9 Kardas D., 3BO.15.2 Karhunen A., 4AV.3.23; 4AV.3.31; 4AV.3.32 Kärki J., 2BV.1.64 Karl J., 2AO.8.2 Karlstrom O., 2BO.14.3 Karssenberg D., 4AV.2.9 Karthikeyan O.P.K., 1AO.7.2 Karttunen K., 1BV.4.17 Kasai H., 3DV.2.13 Kassman H., 2BV.1.59; 2BV.1.60 Kauppi P.E., 4CO.6.4 Kavvadas I., 2BO.2.5 Kawai Y., 2CO.3.2; 2CV.3.4 Kazagic A., 5BV.2.9 KC R., 4AV.2.15 Kelz J., 2BV.1.24 Kempegowda R.S., 2BV.1.36; 3AO.3.2 Keränen J., 1BO.9.5 Kerdsuwan S., 1BV.4.10 Kern J., 1BO.9.1; 2CO.13.3 Kersten S.R.A, 1BV.4.61, 3DV.3.24 Keshavarz-Afshar R., 1BV.4.50 Kessels K.,I CO.12.5 Khacef A., 2CV.3.31 Khalil R.A.K., 2AO.5.1 Khawaja C., 1BO.9.2; 4CO.14.1 Khemthong P., 3BO.15.3 Khethane T., 3DO.3.2 Khodayari R., 3DO.9.3 Khvedchyn I., 3DV.3.17 Kiel J.H.A., 3DO.9.2; ICV.1.32 Kienberger T., 2BO.14.2 Kienzl N., 2BV.1.40 Kies U., IBO.8.3 Kiesel A., 1DV.1.31; 1DV.1.38 Kiguchi M., 1BV.4.46 Kikhtyanin O., 3DV.3.92 Kim B., 3BO.11.5; 3BO.11.5 Kim D.K., ICV.1.51; ICV.1.52

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Kim S.J., 3DV.3.32 Kim Y.G., 3BO.11.5 Kim Y.H, 1BV.4.91 Kim Y.J., 2BV.1.44 Kim Y.-M., 3BV.3.38 Kimura S., IBO.8.1 Kindler A., 1BO.9.2 King I., 1DV.1.25 King J., 1DV.1.25 Kirchmair C., 1BO.1.3 Kirnbauer F., 2BO.6.1 Kirnbauer F.K., 2CV.3.8 Kirtania K., 2BO.10.3; 2CO.3.4 Kislitza O., 3BO.7.2 Kistler M., 2AO.5.3 Kjær T., 4AV.3.36 Kjærgaard Larsen L., ICO.8.1 Kjønaas O.J., 4DO.5.1 Klein B., 3BV.3.11 Klein M., 3BO.15.2 Kleinert L., 1BO.9.1; ICV.1.3 Klemm M., 3CO.15.1 Klemm M.K., 2CV.3.21 Klemmer M., 3CO.15.3 Klett C., 2CV.3.31 Kline K.L., 4AV.2.39 Kloss C., ICV.1.83 Kluts I.N., 1AO.4.1 Knápek J., 1AO.1.2 Knoop C., 4AV.2.16; 4DO.8.2 Koberle A., 1BV.4.2; 5BV.2.12; 4AV.2.9 Kocík J., 3DV.3.92 Koenig D.H., 3CO.7.3; 3DV.3.13 Koetsier M., 3CV.2.9 Kolström M., 1BO.1.1 Komintarachat C., 2BV.1.34 Koponen K., 1BO.9.5 Korevaar G., 4AV.1.29 Korpinen O.-J., IBO.16.1; 1BV.4.6 Koufodimos G., 2BO.2.5 Kousoulidou M., 3DV.3.85 Kraan C.M., 5AO.9.5 Kraft A., ICV.1.74 Kraft S., 2BO.6.1 Krail J., 2BV.1.57 Krakat N., 2CV.3.64 Králík T., 1AO.1.2 Kranzl L., 4CO.2.3 Kraus S., ICV.1.57 Kraussler M., ICO.12.4 Kremling M., 2BO.6.2 Kreps S., ICO.12.5

Kristensen E.F., 2BV.1.18 Kristensen J.K., 2BV.1.18 Krobkrong N., 3DV.3.70 Kröger M., 3CO.15.1 Kronberger G., ICV.1.70 Krotil R., 2BV.1.57 Kruse A., 3BP.3.3; 3DO.9.4; 3DV.2.17 Krzyzaniak M., 1CO.5.4 Ku X., 2AO.8.1 Ku X.K., 2AO.5.1 Kuba M.K., 2CV.3.8 Kubika D., 3DV.3.92 Kubíková M., 3DV.3.92 Kubojiama Y., 1BV.4.46 Kuboon S., 3CV.2.60 Kuebler A., 4AV.3.21 Kuehner S., ICV.1.70 Kühner S., 3DO.6.5 Kuikman P.J., 4DO.8.5 Kuipers H., 1AO.7.3 Kumar A., 2CV.3.13 Kumar H, 3CV.2.70 Kuncser R.E., 3DV.3.64 Kunwar B., 3DV.2.8 Kuperjans I., 1BV.4.27; 2DO.4.1 Küpfer C., 4CO.14.3 Kuppens T., 3DV.3.2 Kuprianov V.I., 2AO.5.2 Kuptz D., 1BO.1.2; 2BV.1.4; 2BV.1.5; 2CO.13.1 Kwant K.W., 4CO.2.5 Kwapinski W., 2CV.3.53; 3DV.2.2 Kwiatkowski K., 3BO.15.2 Kýyýkcý E.G., 2BO.6.5 Laamanen C.A., 1CV.4.8 Laborde D., 4AV.2.31 Lago C., 4AV.2.6 Lai J.T., 3BO.3.4 Lai X., 3DV.3.86 Laihanen M., 4AV.3.23; 4AV.3.31; 4AV.3.32 Lakatos G., 1CO.9.1 Lakey T.E., 2BO.6.3 Lammens T.M., 4CO.14.4; ICV.1.11 Landt C.C., 4AV.3.36 Lange H., 4DO.5.1 Lange L., ICV.1.57 Laohalidanond K., 1BV.4.10 Lap T., 5BV.2.12 Lapeña A., 1BO.9.1; ICV.1.3 Lappa E., 3CO.15.3 Lapuerta M., 3CV.2.9


AUTHORS INDEX Larch C., 1BO.1.3 Latif S., 4AV.3.45 Latta G.S., 4CO.14.5 Lauer M., 5AO.9.1 Lausselet C., 1AO.7.4; 2CV.3.95; 4AV.2.8 Lavoie J.M., 3AO.6.1 Laxminarayan Y., 2BV.1.49 Leach M., 3CV.2.25 Leahy J.J., 2CV.3.47; 2CV.3.48; 2CV.3.53; 3DV.2.2 Lechón Y., 4AV.2.6 Ledesma E., 3CO.11.4 Leduc S., 1BV.4.36 Lee J.P., ICV.1.51; ICV.1.52 Lee J.S., 3DV.3.67; 4AV.1.17; ICV.1.51; ICV.1.52 Lee U.D., 3DV.3.12 Lee Y., 3BO.11.5 Lee Y. R., 3DV.3.66 Lei T., 2CV.3.43 Lei T.Z., 3CV.2.56; 3CV.2.62; 3CV.2.67 Leicher J., ICV.1.24 Lembo G., 2CV.3.79; 2DO.1.4 Lemmens B., 3CV.2.37 Lemoine F., 3AO.6.1 Lemponen J.-P. , 2BV.1.62 Lemus J., 3DO.9.1 Lenz H., 1BO.1.4 Lenz K., 1BV.4.11; ICV.1.70 Lenz V., 4CO.10.5; 5CP.2.1 Lertwattanasakul N., 3BO.3.2 Lesschen J.P., 1AO.4.1; ICV.1.74 Leung Pah Hang M.Y., 3CV.2.25 Levin-Koopman J., 4AV.3.15 Levy P., ICV.1.28 Lewandowski I., 1CO.1.1; 1DV.1.31; 1DV.1.38 Li B., 3BV.3.2; 3DV.3.58; Li H., 3DV.3.58; ICO.8.3 Li J., 1BO.5.3 Li J., 2BV.1.53; 3DV.2.19; 3DV.3.37 Li J., 3DV.3.79 Li R., 3BV.3.2 Li R.Y., ICV.1.16 Li S., 2CV.3.32; ICO.8.2 Li T., 2AO.8.1; 2DO.1.1; 3DV.2.6; 3DV.3.22 Li X., 1CO.5.5 Li Y., 3AO.3.4; 3CO.4.3; ICO.8.2 Liang B., 3DV.3.90 Liang Y., 2DO.1.2; 2CV.3.72 Liao C., 2CV.3.11

Liau T.-H., 3DV.3.36 Liau Y.-R., 3DV.3.36 Liaudanskiene I., 1CO.5.6 Liavonchyk A., 3DV.3.17 Liebetrau J., 5CP.2.1 Lin L., 2BV.1.22 Lin T.H, ICV.1.48 Lin W., 2BO.6.6; 2CV.3.32; ICO.8.2 Lindner M., 1BV.4.36; 4BO.13.2 Lindstedt J., 4AV.1.8; ICV.1.39 Linjordet R., 2CV.3.71 Linnemann N., 2BV.1.18 Liu L., ICO.8.3 Liu Y., 3DV.3.90 Liu Y.-F., 3BV.3.24 Liu Z., 3BV.3.2; 3DV.3.58 Liuzzi F., 3CV.2.34; 3DV.3.89 Lobo M.C., 1DV.1.26; 1DV.1.27 Lodewijks G., 4AV.3.30 Londo H.M., 5AO.9.5 Londo M., 4CP.1.2; IBO.8.4 Lönnqvist T., 4AV.3.26 Lonza L., 3DV.3.85 López Hernández E., 2CO.13.3 López E., 1BO.9.1; 1BV.4.24; ICV.1.3; 1BO.9.2 López, G.,4DO.8.5 Lopez-Contreras A., ICO.16.1 Lord R., 1AO.4.5 Lord R.A., 4CO.14.2 Lorenzo J., 1BV.4.11; 1BV.4.19 Lorenzoni C., 1DV.1.14 Louis K., 3AO.6.1 Loustau D., 4DO.5.5 Louwes A.C., 3DV.2.1 Løvås T., 2AO.8.1; 3DV.2.6; 3DV.3.22; 2AO.5.1 Lozhachnik A., 3DV.3.17 Lu H., 3DV.3.90 Lu J., 3DV.3.58 Lu Q., 3DV.3.58 Luadthong C., 3CV.2.47 Ludewig K., ICV.1.70 Luengnaruemitchai A., 3BO.3.1; 3BV.3.35; 3BV.3.39; 3CV.2.65; 3DV.3.65; 3DV.3.71; 3DV.3.73 Lugato E., 4AV.2.40 Lukszo Z., 4AV.3.25; 4CO.2.4 Lv X.B., ICV.1.16 Lyngfelt A., ICO.8.4 Ma T., 2CV.3.32 Maache-Rezzoug Z., 3BO.7.4

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Mabee W., 1AO.4.4 Macharis C., 4CO.10.1 Mack R., 2AO.2.3; 2BV.1.11; 2BV.1.43 MacLean H.L.,ICV.1.69 Madrid F., IBO.16.3 Madsen R.B., 3CO.15.3 Maeda M., 2CV.3.27 Magalhães da Silva S.P., 3AO.6.4 Magaña G., 3CV.2.1 Maggioni L., 4AV.3.33; 4DO.2.3 Magnolfi V., 4AV.3.16 Maguire J., 4AV.3.16 Mahapatra S., 5CP.2.2 Mahrer F.-R., 4AV.3.16 Mai Moulin T., 4CO.6.6 Maia De Souza D., 4AV.2.5 Maier J., 2AO.8.4 Mai-Moulin T., 4CO.2.1 Mair Ch., 2BV.1.28 Maisano S., 2CV.3.50 Maizi N., 5AO.9.2 Maïzi N., 4AV.1.12 Majer S., ICO.16.5 Makaire D., 2BV.1.10 Makhanya F.M., 1BV.4.60 Malek L., 2CV.3.20 Maletta E., 1CO.1.2 Malik A.M., 2AO.5.1 Malins C., 1CO.1.4 Malpeli Junior M., 1BV.4.47 Manaenkov O., 3BO.7.2 Manatura K., 2CV.3.42 Mandl C., 2BP.2.1 Mandova H., 4AV.3.19 Mannelli S., 4AV.3.33 Marais M., 3DV.3.33 Marathe, P.S.,3DV.3.24 Marchetti J., 3DV.3.61 Marek M.V., 1BO.5.6 Marelli L., 1CV.4.4; 4AV.2.37; 4AV.2.40; 4AV.3.1; 4DO.2.1 Marette S., 4BO.13.5 Marinkovic J., 2BO.14.1 Mariño M., 3BO.11.2 Marinova M., 1AO.4.4 Markovska N.,5BV.2.9 Markussen S., 1BO.5.2 Maróti G., 1CO.9.1 Marsh R., 3DO.3.3 Martí-Herrero J., 2DO.1.5 Martin A., 2CV.3.51 Martín C., 3BO.3.5

Martinelli M., 2BV.1.56 Martinet V., 4BO.13.5 Martinez Hernandez E., 3CV.2.25 Martínez C.M., 3BO.7.3 Martinez G., 3CV.2.31 Martínez M., 3CO.7.6; 3DV.3.61 Martinez M.E., 1CV.4.40 Martinez-Hernandez E., 3AO.3.5 Martínez-Patiño J.C., 3CV.2.1 Martín-Juárez J., 3CV.2.27 Marty C., IBO.12.2; ICV.1.27; ICV.1.29 Marx S., 3DO.3.2; 3DV.3.33; 3DV.3.78; 3DV.3.94 Mashamaite K., 3DO.3.2 Masoero M., 2AO.2.4 Masot A., 2BV.1.67 Massini G., 2CV.3.79; 2DO.1.4 Mastrolitti S., 3DV.3.89 Mataradzija, M., 5BV.2.9 Matei F., 1DV.1.30 Mateo S., 3BO.7.6 Matsakas L., 2BO.10.3 Matsumura Y., 2CO.3.2; 2CV.3.4; 2CV.3.5 Mattarelli E., 2CV.3.25 Mattsson C., 3CO.15.5 Mattsson M., 2BV.1.59 Matveeva V., 3BO.7.2 Maugard T., 3BO.7.4 Mauri P.V., 1DV.1.26; 1DV.1.27; 1DV.1.28 Mautner S., 4AV.2.25 Mawhood R., 4AV.1.14; 4CO.10.2 Mayers J., 1CV.4.3 Mayr J., 1DV.1.23 Mazzucchelli P., 4AV.3.11 Mazzurco Maritania V., 2DO.1.4 McCormick M., 2CV.3.65 McKechnie J., ICV.1.69 McLaughlin O., 4AV.3.20 McNunn G.S., 4AV.2.17 Medeiros G.A.S., 5BV.2.8 Medeiros R.R., 2DO.1.3 Medellin-Azuara, J., 3AO.3.4 Mediavilla I., 1BV.4.87; 2BV.1.26 Meier F., 2AO.5.3 Meiler M., 2CV.3.60 Meisel K., 3AO.6.5 Meiser A., IBO.16.5 Melis E., 1AO.4.2 Mellor P., 1AO.4.5 Meloni E., 2AO.2.4


AUTHORS INDEX Melús J., IBO.16.3 Mendel T., 1BO.1.2; 2BV.1.5 Meredith W., 3DV.3.9 Mergner R., 1BV.4.102; 1BV.4.86 Mertens A., 4AV.1.4 Mertens F., 3DV.3.49 Mertz J., 3AO.3.4 Mertzis D., 2BO.2.5 Mewes F., 1BV.4.105; 5BV.2.17 Meyer A.K.P., 1AO.1.1 Miao X.L., 1CV.4.17 Michel J.-B., 2CV.3.65; 4AV.3.16 Michel R., 2BO.10.1 Micoli L., 2DO.7.4 Mimmo T., 2CV.3.9 Mingyu Q., 2DO.4.5 Miranda L.A., 2DO.1.3 Mirodatos C., 3DO.6.2 Mitchell R.B., 1CO.5.1 Mitkovski D., 1BV.4.102 Miyake S., 4DO.8.4 Mizgajski J., 4AV.2.31; 4DO.8.4 Modahl I.S., 4AV.3.5; ICO.16.2 Möhring P., 1BV.4.105 Moirangthem K., 1DV.1.25 Moisy C., 4DO.5.5 Moliner C., 2CV.3.18; 2CV.3.54 Moliner R., 4AV.2.11 Molino A., 2CV.3.22; 3DO.3.1 Moll H.C., 4DO.8.3 Monaghan R. F. D., 4AV.2.14; 2CV.3.17 Moncada J., 3CV.2.22 Moncada J.A., 4AV.3.25; 4CO.2.4 Mondini C., 4DO.8.5 Monforti F., 1BV.4.1 Monforti-Ferrario F., 4AV.3.22 Monnet J.-M., 1BV.4.20 Montagnoli L., 1BV.4.11; 1BV.4.19 Montarsolo A., 3CV.2.73 Monteleone M., 1CV.4.16; ICV.1.68 Montgomery L.F.R., 1DV.1.23 Monti A., 1BP.1.2; 1BV.4.36; 1CO.5.4 Morales Udaeta M.E., 5BV.2.8 Morales I., 1BV.4.102 Moreira M., 4AV.2.41 Moro A., 4AV.3.1 Morrison M.I., ICO.12.0 Morrone P., 2BV.1.29 Morselli N., 2CV.3.25 Mørup A.J., 3CO.15.3 Moschella A., 4DO.2.4

Mossotti R., 3CV.2.73 Motola V., 1BV.4.1 Moussa M., 3CV.2.53 Moya A.J., 3BO.7.6 Mozaffarian H., 4CO.14.1; 4CP.1.2 Mozaffarian M., 5AO.9.5 Mugica I., 4AV.2.11 Muinonen S.,1CV.4.8 Mulder W., 3AO.3.1 Müller D., 2AO.8.2 Muller F., 4AV.3.19 Müller J., 4AV.3.45 Müller S., 2CV.3.16 Müller T., ICV.1.41 Müller-Langer F., ICO.16.5 Mullery A., 3CO.11.4 Muniz de Barros A., 3BV.3.27 Mupondwa E., 1CO.5.5 Murphy J.D., 1CO.9.5 Mussatto S.I., 3CV.2.12 Muth D.J., 4AV.2.17 Na Rungsi A., 3DV.3.71 Nabel M., 1DV.1.24 Nabuurs G., 1BP.1.1 Nabuurs G.J., 4CO.2.1 Nabuurs G.-J., 4CO.6.6 Nachtmann K., 3CO.4.5 Nahil M.A., 2CV.3.63; 3DV.3.43 Nakata T., 1BV.4.18 Naldoni D., 1BO.9.1; ICV.1.3 Nam B., 3DV.3.67 Nanou P., 3DO.9.2 Nassar A., 4AV.2.41 Nassi o Di Nasso N., 4AV.2.40 Natrass L.,3CV.2.9 Naudy V., 1BO.9.2 Navarrete M., 2DO.4.3 Nawdali M., 3BO.7.4 Ndibe C., 2AO.8.4 Negro M.J., 3CV.2.20 Nelles M., 2CV.3.73 Nemanova V., 2CV.3.51 Neto A.M.P., 1BV.4.47 Neubauer Y., 2BO.14.5; 2BO.2.2; 2CV.3.1 Neumann J., 2AO.5.5; 3AO.3.3; 3CO.7.1; 3DV.3.1 Ng K.S., 1BV.4.103; 3AO.3.5; 3CV.2.5 Ngendakumana P., 2BV.1.10 Nguyen Lyckeskog H., 3CO.15.5 Nicoleit T., 3DV.3.49 Nie H., 2DO.1.1; 2DO.7.5; 3CO.4.3

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Nie N., 2CV.3.72 Nielsen K., 4DO.8.2 Nielsen K.L., 2AO.8.3 Niemela K., 1BP.1.2 Nilsson S., 2BO.6.4 Ninduangdee P., 2AO.5.2 Nistri R., 4AV.2.40; IBO.16.4 Nitzsche R., ICO.16.5 Nocquet T., IBO.12.2; ICV.1.27; ICV.1.28; ICV.1.29 Noguchi T., 2CO.3.2; 2CV.3.4 Nogueira L., 5BV.2.12 Nordbakken J.F., 4AV.2.7; 4DO.5.1 Nordby M.W., 2BO.6.6 Nordgren L., 4AV.1.8 Nordhagen E., 2CO.13.4; 1BO.1.5 Nordin A., 3DO.9.3 Novelli E., IBO.8.2 Nussbaumer M., 2DO.7.3 O’Connell A., 3DV.3.85 Obernberger I., 2AO.2.5; 2BP.2.1; ICO.8.1 Obersteiner G., IBO.8.3 Oechsner H., 2DO.7.2 Oehler H., 2AO.2.1; 2BV.1.43 Ogu R., 3CV.2.71 Oh Y.K., 3DV.3.67 Oh J., 2BV.1.73 Ohm T.I, 1BV.4.91 Öhman M., IBO.16.2 Ohyabu Y., 1BV.4.46 Økland T., 4AV.2.7; 4DO.5.1 Oladipo J.O., 2CV.3.63 Oldfield T., 4DO.8.5 Oliva J.M., 3CV.2.20 Oliveira C., ICV.1.83 Olsson S., 1BO.9.1 Olsson S.O., 1BV.4.21 Olstad J., 3DO.6.1 Ördög V., 1CO.9.1 Orpez R., 1CV.4.40 Orrù P.F., 1AO.4.2 Orsag M., 1BO.5.6 Ortinger W., 4AV.3.21 Osada M., 3DV.2.18 Othman M., 1AO.7.5 Ou K., 2CV.3.27 Oudenhoven S.R.G., 3DV.3.24 Overton T., 3BV.3.27 Owereh O.S., 3BO.7.5 Oye B., 1BV.4.89; 1BV.4.94; 1BV.4.95 Ozgen S., 2AO.2.2

Pacheco R., 1CV.4.40 Padban N., 3DO.9.3 Padella M., 4AV.3.1 Paida V., 1BV.4.61 Paik M., 4AV.1.17 Pal U., 2DO.4.3 Pallares A., 3CV.2.9 Palma V., 2AO.2.4 Palmisano P., ICO.16.4 Palumbo A.W., 2CV.3.34 Panchal T., 3BO.15.5; 3CV.2.74; 3DO.6.4 Panoutsou C., 4BO.13.2; 4CO.14.1; 4CO.6.2; 4CP.1.2; 5AO.9.5 Pantaleo A.M., 5AO.9.5 Papadaki S., 1BV.4.62 Papamichael I., 1DV.1.36 Papatheohari Y., 1DV.1.36 Pardo Arias I., 2BO.6.4 Parent Y., 3DO.6.1 Pari L., 1BO.9.1; 1BO.9.4; 1BP.1.2; 1CO.5.3; 4AV.3.37; ICV.1.3 Park H.Y., 2BV.1.44 Park J.-K., 2BV.1.44 Park J.Y., 3DV.3.67 Park S., 2BV.1.44 Park S.C., ICV.1.51 Park Y.-K., 3BV.3.38 Parker N., 3AO.3.4 Parkes W., 1BV.4.82 Parmar K.R., 3DV.2.21 Parnas R., 3DV.3.90 Parsland C., 2BV.1.1 Paruch L., 2CV.3.71 Pascual A., 4AV.2.11 Passoth V., 3DV.3.97 Patel A., 3BO.15.5; 3DO.6.4 Patel C., 3CV.2.74 Patel J., 3BO.15.5; 3CV.2.74 Paton M.P., 1CV.4.40 Patrucco A., 3CV.2.73 Patuzzi F., 2BO.2.3; 2BV.1.56; 2CV.3.15; 2CV.3.9 Paul M., 2BV.1.53 Paulsen O., 1BV.4.89 Paur H.-R., 2AO.5.4 Pecenka R., 1BO.1.4 Peck P., 4AV.3.26 Pedersen S.V., 2DO.1.5 Pedersen T.H., 3DV.3.35; 3DV.3.45 Pedrazzi S., 2CV.3.25 Pei Y., 3AO.3.4


AUTHORS INDEX Peinado S., 3BO.7.6 Pelkmans L., 4CO.14.1; 4CO.2.1; 4CO.6.2; 4CO.6.6 Pelletier C., 4DO.5.5 Pellizza M., 2CV.3.22 Pels J.R., 1AO.7.3 Pena E., 3DV.3.61 Peña J.M., 2CV.3.69 Perales I., IBO.16.3 Perdigão Silva M., 3CV.2.51 Pérez J., 1CO.1.2 Pérez P., 1BV.4.87 Perez R., 1BV.4.25 Pérez-Bermúdez R.A., 3CO.11.3 Perre P., ICV.1.56 Perri P., 2CV.3.22 Petcu A.C., 3DV.3.64 Petracchini F., 4AV.3.33 Petrenko C., 1CO.1.4 Pettersson E., 3DO.9.3 Peyrot M., ICV.1.28 Pfeifer H., 5BV.2.7 Pfenning J., ICV.1.41 Philippidis G., IBO.16.5 Picart D., 4DO.5.5 Pichler W., 1DV.1.23 Pieprzyk B., 4AV.2.31 Pierie F., 4DO.8.3 Pieroni C., 4DO.2.3 Pietrantonio E., 1BO.9.2 Pignatelli V., 2AO.2.4 Pilo C., 1AO.4.2 Pimsuta M., 3DV.3.91 Pinheiro M., 4AV.1.3 Pinilla P., 1DV.1.27 Pinna-Hernández G., 2BO.6.4 Pinto F., IBO.12.4 Piotrowski S., 1BP.1.2 Pirozzi D., 2DO.7.4 Pitzer E., ICV.1.70 Pizzichini D., 2CV.3.79 Plankenbühler T., 2AO.8.2 Plaza A., 1DV.1.26; 1DV.1.27; 1DV.1.28 Pletschke B., 1BO.5.4 Pociene L., 1CO.5.6 Pohankova M., 1BO.5.6 Poirier J., 2BO.10.1 Pokorny R., 1BO.5.6 Poldervaart J., 2BO.14.4 Poletto M., 3CV.2.33 Poluszynska J., 4AV.2.27 Pomeroy M.D., 3CO.7.5

Pommer L., 3DO.9.3 Ponce E., IBO.12.4 Pons M.-N., 4DO.5.5 Poorter H., 1DV.1.24 Portella R., 1DV.1.18 Portugal-Pereira J., 1BV.4.2; 4AV.3.41; 4CO.10.3 Postel J., 5AO.9.1 Posthuma L., 4AV.2.28 Poudel B., 4DO.5.2 Poutrin C., 1BO.9.2; 4AV.3.37; ICV.1.68 Powell G., 3DO.6.1 Pozarlik A.K., 2BV.1.33 Prando D., 2BO.2.3; 2BV.1.56; 2CV.3.15; 2CV.3.9 Pratama Y., 4AV.3.30 Preisig H. A., 1BO.5.2 Preßl D., 3DV.2.9 Prestipino M., 2BO.14.3; 2BO.6.5; 2CV.3.50 Priharto N., 3DV.3.14 Principi P., 2CV.3.65 Prins W., 3CO.11.3; 3DV.3.14 Prinz R., 1BV.4.36 Prussi M., 1CV.4.2; 3AO.6.2 Pu P., 3CO.4.3 Puccio S., 3CV.2.31 Pucker J., ICV.1.74 Pudelko R., 4CO.6.5; ICV.1.70 Pugh D., 3DO.3.3 Puglia M., 2CV.3.25 Puxeddu M., 1AO.4.2 Puy N., IBO.12.5 Qi T., 2CV.3.43 Qi W., 3BO.11.3 Qia M., 3CO.4.3 Quang Tran K., 3AO.3.2 Quignard F., 1BV.4.38 R. Arturi K., 3DV.3.29 Raab T., 4AV.2.16 Rabl M., 1CV.4.35 Rachbauer L., 3CO.4.4 Radebe L., 3DO.3.2 Radu T., 1BV.4.101 Raffelt K., 3DV.3.42; 3DV.3.49 Rahman T., 3DV.3.32 Raitila J., 1AO.1.5; 1BO.1.1; 2BV.1.64 Raj K., 3BV.3.23 Raja M., 1BV.4.82 Rajkovic, N.,5BV.2.9 Rakngam I., 3BO.15.3 Ramalingam B., 3CV.2.54

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Ramirez A., 3CV.2.22 Ramirez J., 1BV.4.36 Ramirez-Ramirez C.A., ICO.16.1 Ramos R., 2BV.1.26; 4AV.2.11 Ramos S., 2CV.3.69 Ranta T., 1BV.4.17; 1BV.4.6; 2BV.1.62; 4AV.2.15; 4AV.3.23; 4AV.3.31; 4AV.3.32; IBO.16.1 Rapagnà S., 2CO.3.3 Rarbach M., IBO.8.6 Rashid U., 2CV.3.15 Ratel G., 2BO.10.1 Rauch P., ICV.1.4 Rauch R., 2BO.2.4 Rausch T., 1DV.1.15 Raymakers L.F.J.M, ICO.12.3 Rebecca N., 2BV.1.35 Rebillard C., ICV.1.28 Redaelli S., ICO.16.4 Rehan M., 3DV.3.86 Reichert G., 2AO.2.1; 2BV.1.14; 2BV.1.43 Reil S., 2CV.3.60 Reinders M., 1BP.1.2 Ren S. X., 3CV.2.67 Ren S.X., 3CV.2.56 Rendón-Acosta G., 3CV.2.1 Rentizelas A., 3DV.2.19 Rétfalvi T., 1CO.9.1 Retschitzegger S.,2BV.1.24; 2BV.1.40; IBO.12.4 Reumerman P., 4AV.3.9; IBO.8.3; ICV.1.11 Rezeau A., 2BV.1.67; ICV.1.68 Rezzoug S.A., 3BO.7.4 Rheinheimer H.P., 2AO.5.4 Ribas Cruells J.,2BV.1.67 Ribes A., 2CV.3.54 Ribot K., ICV.1.29 Richet N., 4AV.3.11 Righini D., 1CO.5.4 Riglis V., 1DV.1.47 Rinaldini C.A, 2CV.3.25 Rincón Prat S.L., 2CV.3.23; 2CO.3.5 Rivera S., 1BO.9.2; 4AV.3.37 Rixrath D., 2BV.1.57 Roberto R., 2AO.2.4; Robles G., 1AO.7.5; 1AO.7.5 Rocca S., 1CO.9.5; 1CV.4.4; 4AV.2.37 Roch V., 1BV.4.20 Röder M., 4AV.3.3 Rodríguez-Machín L., 3CO.11.3

Rodriguez-Maroto J., 4AV.2.11 Rogaume Y., 4DO.5.5 Rojas E., 4AV.2.11 Romeral L., IBO.16.3 Romero-García J.M., 3CV.2.1 Roncin T., 3AO.6.1 Ronsse F., 3CO.11.3; 3DV.3.14 Rørstad P.K., 1AO.7.4; 2CV.3.95; 4AV.2.8 Rosas C., ICV.1.68 Røsberg I., 4DO.5.1 Roseiro L.B., 3AO.6.4 Rosendahl L.A., 3DV.3.35; 3DV.3.45; 3DV.3.8; 3CO.15.4 Ross A.B., 3DO.9.5; 3DV.2.21; 3BO.15.1; 3DV.2.8 Ross C.-L.,1BV.4.92; 4DO.8.2 Ross G.M., 1CO.9.2; 1CV.4.8 Rossi C., 4AV.3.33 Rothe L., 2CV.3.64 Roubaud A., 3CO.15.2 Roussely J., 2BO.10.1 Routa J., 1BO.1.1 Rover M.,3BP.3.1; 3DV.2.20 Rovero G., 2CV.3.18 Row K.H., 3DV.3.66 Royo J., 2BV.1.67 Rübesamen D., 1BV.4.14 Rubio I., 3DV.3.23 Rüdlinger M., ICV.1.15 Ruihua L., 2DO.4.5 Ruiz E., 3CV.2.1 Ruiz-Fernández J., 1DV.1.28 Ruiz-Gómez N., 3CO.7.6 Runyon J., 3DO.3.3 Rupar-Gadd K., 2BV.1.1; 2CO.13.2 Ruppentha M., ICV.1.57; ICV.1.65 Rutz D., 1BV.4.102; 1BV.4.86; 4CO.2.1; 4CO.6.6; 5BV.2.9 Ryan A., 1CO.5.1 Rydså L., 4AV.3.13 Ryu C., 2BV.1.44, 2BV.1.73 Saadabadi S.A., 2CV.3.91 Sabet L., 1CV.4.35 Sadhukhan J., 1BV.4.103; 3AO.3.5; 3CV.2.5; 4AV.3.4 Saejao C., 3BV.3.35 Saez F., 3CV.2.20 Sagarna J.,1BO.9.1; 1BO.9.2; 4AV.3.37 Saha S., 1BO.5.2 Sajid S., 2DO.7.2 Sakamaki T., 2CV.3.27 Sala S., 2BV.1.67


AUTHORS INDEX Sala V., IBO.16.3 Salapa I., 3CV.2.4 Salik K., 3DO.9.3 Salimbeni A., IBO.16.4; ICO.8.4, 4AV.3.16 Salminen H., 1BV.4.17 Salvadó J., 1CO.9.3 Samaras Z., 2BO.2.5 Samavati M., 2CV.3.51 Samper A., ICV.1.68 Sanchez A., 3CV.2.1 Sanchez D., 4CO.2.1; 4CO.6.6; 3CV.2.9 Sanchez J., 1DV.1.37 Sánchez J.L., 3BO.15.4 Sánchez M., 3DV.3.61 Sánchez S., 3BO.7.6; 1CV.4.40 Sánchez-Delgado, S.,2CV.3.47; 2CV.3.48 Sanciñena J., 3CV.2.9 Sander A., 2DO.4.1 Sander B.,v2BV.1.50 Sandgrenb M., 3DV.3.97 Sanfelix V., 4AV.2.11 Santangelo E., 1BO.9.4; 1CO.5.3 Santarelli M., 2CV.3.51 Santilli G., 2CV.3.22 Santos C., 1DV.1.18; 3CV.2.51 Sanz D.,4AV.2.11 Sanz J., IBO.16.3 Sanz M., 1DV.1.26; 1DV.1.37 Saraço­lu E., 3DV.3.56 Sarin N.B., 1BV.4.4 Sarkar U.,1BO.5.2 Sartor K., 2BV.1.10 Satchatippavarn S., 3CV.2.25 Sathre R., 4DO.5.4 Satomi H., 3DV.2.18 Sauchyn V., 3DV.3.17 Sauer, J., 3BP.3.3; 3CO.4.2 Saville B., ICV.1.69 Savioli T., 2CV.3.25 Scarfone A., 1BO.9.4 Scarlat N., 1BV.4.1 Schabort C.J., 3DV.3.78; 3DV.3.94; 3DO.3.2 Schaeffer R., 4AV.3.41; 4CO.10.3; 5BV.2.12 Schaldach R., 4AV.2.31 Scharler R., 3CO.11.5 Schaubach K., 3DV.2.3 Schebek L., 4DO.8.4; 4AV.2.31 Scheffknecht G., 2AO.8.4; 2BO.2.1;

3BV.3.11 Scheffler M., 5BV.2.17 Shih Y.S., 2CV.3.42 Schildhauer T.J., 3BP.3.2 Schillingmann D., ICV.1.24 Schillingmann H., ICV.1.24 Schipfer F., 4CO.2.3 Schleicher S., 4CO.14.3; ICV.1.41 Schmer M.,1CO.5.1 Schmid J.C., 2CV.3.16 Schmid M., 2CV.3.38 Schmidl C., 2AO.2.1; 2AO.5.3; 2BV.1.14; 2BV.1.43; 2BV.1.28 Schmidt C., ICV.1.57 Schmitz N., IBO.8.2 Schneider J., 5AO.9.1 Schnetzinger R., 2BV.1.28 Schott D.L., 4AV.3.30 Schröder P., 2BO.14.5 Schuler J., 3BP.3.3 Schulmeyer F., 1BO.1.2; 2BV.1.4; 2CO.13.1 Schulte-Moore L.A., 4AV.2.17 Schulzke T., 3CO.11.1; 3CV.2.43; 5BV.2.14; ICV.1.74 Schütz K., ICV.1.57 Schuurman Y., 3DO.3.5; 3DO.6.2 Schwabl M., 2AO.2.1; 2AO.5.3 Schweitzer D., 2BO.10.4 Scott J.A., 1CO.9.2; 1CV.4.8 Searle S., 1CO.1.4 Seayad J., 3CV.2.54 Sebastián F., 1BO.9.1; 1BV.4.24; 2CO.13.3; 4AV.2.10; ICV.1.3 Sedlmayer I., 2AO.5.3 Seemann M., 2BO.14.1 Seethao K., 3BO.3.1 Segura C., 3CO.11.1 Seidelt S., 1AO.7.1 Seiser R., 2CV.3.11; 3BP.3.2 Seljeskog M., 2BV.1.13; 4AV.2.8 Selmer T., 2DO.4.1 Selosse S., 4AV.1.12; 5AO.9.2 Selvam A, 1AO.7.2 Selvam P.V.P., 3AO.3.2 Semhaoui I., 3BO.7.4 Senatore S., 2CV.3.22 Sensel-Gunke K., 1BV.4.92; 4DO.8.2 Senzanje A., 2BV.1.35 Seppalainen K., ICP.3.1 Serrano D., 2CV.3.47; 2CV.3.48 Sevault A., 4AV.3.13

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Seyed Hosseini N., 1CO.9.2 Shah N., 4CO.10.2 Shanbhag P., 3BO.7.5 Shang H., 1CO.9.2; 1CV.4.8 Sharifi V.N.,2BO.6.3 Sharma B.K., 3DV.2.8 Sharma N., 1BV.4.4 Shen D., 1BV.4.49 Shen L., 4AV.2.28; 4BO.13.1 Shen R., 3DV.3.58 Shie J-L., 3DV.3.36 Shield I.,1 CO.5.2 Shimada I., 3DV.2.18 Shin N., 3BO.11.5 Shivapuji A., 2CV.3.13 Shrestha B., 3CV.2.26 Shrivastava D., 1BV.4.4 Si B., 3DV.3.58 Siddiqui S., IBO.12.1 Sidiras D., 1BV.4.62; 3CV.2.4 Siebert A., ICO.16.5 Sieper H.-P., ICV.1.57 Signorini A., 2CV.3.79; 2DO.1.4 Sikirica N., 4DO.8.5 Sikkema R., 4AV.3.9, 4AV.1.15 Simasatitkul L., 2CV.3.7 Simatou G., ICV.1.68 Simionati M., 3CV.2.73 Singh A., 4CO.6.2 Singlitico A., 4AV.2.14 Sinha V., 3CV.2.74 Sintamarean I.M., 3DV.3.8; 3CO.15.4 Siphiwe M., 2BV.1.35 Sjølie H.K., 4CO.14.5 Skjelhaugen O.J., 4AV.3.13 Skoglund C., 2BV.1.60 Skopal F., 3DV.3.93 Skoulou V., 2CV.3.97 Skreiberg Ø., 1BV.4.94; 1BV.4.95; 2BV.1.13; 2BV.1.36; 3AO.3.2; 3DV.2.16; 4AV.2.8; 2AO.5.1 Slade R., 4AV.1.14; 4AV.3.20; 4CO.10.2; IBO.8.4 Smeets E., 4AV.3.15; 4AV.2.41; 4DO.8.1 Smit G., 2CO.3.1 Smith A.M., 3DO.9.5 Smith R., 3BP.3.1; 3DV.2.20 Smoláková L., 3DV.3.92 Snape C., 3CO.11.2; 3DV.3.9 Sniegowski K., 3DV.3.2 Soerensen P.A., 5BV.2.9 Soininen H., 2BV.1.62; 2CV.3.103

Sokka L.,1 BO.9.5 Solar T., 1BO.9.2 Solberg B., 4CO.14.5 Soldal E., 4AV.3.5; ICO.16.2 Soll M., 3BV.3.38 Sommer S.G., 2DO.1.5 Sommersacher P., 3CO.11.5 Song B.K., 3CV.2.55 Song Q., 2BO.10.2 Song W., 2CV.3.32; ICO.8.2 Sonnleitner M., 5BO.4.3; 5BO.4.5 Soriano M., 2CV.3.22 Soysa R., 3DV.3.32 Spaeth J., IBO.8.1 Speiermann M., 2BV.1.18 Spelter H., 4AV.1.15 Spijker J.H., 4AV.1.19 Spinelli G., 2CO.3.3 Spliethoff H., 2BO.6.2; 3BV.3.8; 3DV.2.9 Sprague M., 3DO.6.1 Ståhl M., 1BV.4.59 Stålenheim A., 2BV.1.59 Stape J., 1BO.5.5 Staritsky I., 1BP.1.1; 1BV.4.36; 4CO.14.4; 1BV.4.3 Stark M., 5BO.4.3 Stauder M., 2BV.1.56 Stenzel F., 2DO.4.2; ICV.1.47 Stichnother H., IBO.8.1 Stinner W., 4CO.10.5 Stolarski M., 1CO.5.4 Stollenwerk D., 1BV.4.27; 2DO.4.1 Stolz N., 4AV.3.3 Stoppiello G., 2CV.3.22 Straathof A.J.J., 3CV.2.51; ICO.16.1 Stralen J. van, 5AO.9.5 Strandberg M., 3DO.9.3 Streetz H., 2CO.13.5 Stressler H., 2AO.2.1; 2BV.1.14 Strømman A.H., 1AO.7.4; 2CV.3.95; 4AV.2.8 Stuen J., 1BV.4.94 Sturmlechner R., 2AO.2.1; 2BV.1.14 Su D., 3CO.4.3 Suardi A., 1BO.9.4; 1CO.5.3; ICV.1.3 Suarez-Bertoa R., 4DO.2.1 Suheri P., 2AO.5.2 Summers M., 2CV.3.11; 3CV.2.18 Sundberg J.G.P., IBO.16.2 Sunko B., 5BV.2.9 Sunko R., 5BV.2.9 Suwelack K., 3DO.9.4; 3DV.2.17;


AUTHORS INDEX 4AV.1.25 Svensson H., 2CV.3.20 Swithenbank J., 2BO.6.3 Szabó Z., 4CO.6.3 Szaroleta M., 1BV.4.72 Szczepaniak J., 1DV.1.46 Szklo A., 1BV.4.2; 4AV.3.41; 4CO.10.3; 5BV.2.12 Szuppa T., ICV.1.57 Tabeau A., 4AV.3.15 Taglieri L., 3DV.2.14 Takahashi N., 3DV.2.18 Taljegård M., 4AV.2.4 Talukder A.A., 3BO.3.2 Tan X., 3BO.11.3 Tanigawa H., 2CO.3.2; 2CV.3.4 Tao C., 3DV.3.90 Tarabus O., ICV.1.72 Tarfate P., 5CP.2.1 Tartarini P., 2CV.3.25 Tasic L., 3BO.11.2 Taupin B., ICV.1.28 Temperton V., 1DV.1.24 Teramae N., 3BV.3.38 Teraoka Y., 2CV.3.27 Theilen U., 2DO.4.4; 2DO.7.1 Theliander H., 3CO.15.5 Theuretzbacher F., 5BO.4.4 Thiffault E., 1AO.4.4 Thomas M., 3BO.15.5; 3DO.6.4 Thomas R., 1AO.4.5 Thornley P., 2AO.8.5; 4AV.3.3 Thrän D., 3CO.4.1; 3DV.2.3; 4CO.10.4; 4CO.10.5; 5CP.2.1; ICO.16.5 Thuneke K., 4AV.2.24; 4AV.2.25 Thunman, H.,2BO.14.1 Thunyaratchatanon C., 3DV.3.65 Tian C., 3DV.3.58 Tian Y., 1BV.4.93 Tibocha Guzmán D.A., 2CV.3.23 Tiburcio R.S., 1BV.4.47 Tietze M.,1BV.4.92 Tilvikiene V., 1CO.5.6 Tjiok D., ICV.1.41 Tlatlik S., ICO.16.3 Tock L., ICV.1.44 Toms P., IBO.8.5 Toneli J.T.C.L., 1BV.4.47 Tonin C., 3CV.2.73 Toor S., 3CO.15.4 Torr K., IBO.8.1 Torralba R., 2DO.4.3

Torras C., 1CO.9.3 Torres C.P.G., 1BO.5.6 Toscano G., 2DO.7.4 Toven K., 3DV.3.77; ICV.1.37; 3DO.6.3 Toyir J., 3BO.7.4 Tran K., 3DV.2.16 Travaini R., 3CV.2.27 Trelea C., 3CV.2.53 Trindade L., 1BP.1.2 Tripathi A.M., 1BO.5.6 Trnka M, 1BO.5.6 Trommler M., 5BO.4.1 Truong N.L., 4DO.5.4 Tsai C.J., 2CV.3.59 Tsalidis G.A., 4AV.1.29 Tsiodra C., 1BV.4.62 Tsiotas K., 1DV.1.36 Tsiropoulos I., IBO.8.4 Tsuzuki A.W., 5BV.2.8 Tuccini G., 2DO.1.4 Tucker G., 1DV.1.25 Tullin C., IBO.16.2 Tung Y.C., 2CV.3.59 Turco M., 2DO.7.4 Tylek P., 1DV.1.46 Überreiter A., 2BV.1.5 Ueno S., 3DV.2.13 Uggè C., 4AV.3.16 Uguna C., 3DV.3.9 Ulbrich M., 3DV.2.9 Ultsch C., 2CV.3.60 Umeki K., 2BO.10.3 Unger C., 5BV.2.14 Urbani F., 2CV.3.50 Uyttebroek M., 3CV.2.37 Uzun B.B., 3DV.3.56 Vaes J., ICO.12.5 Vakkilainen E.K., 1BV.4.22; 2BV.1.30 Vaklias S., 2CV.3.15 Valderhaug A., 3DV.2.16 Valdivia M., 1CV.4.40 Valente C., 4AV.3.5; ICO.16.2 Valentin E., 3CV.2.51 Valera-Medina A., 3DO.3.3 Valerio V., 2BO.6.5; 3DO.3.1; 3DV.3.89 Valin S., 2BO.10.1 Vallée T., 4CO.10.1 Van Dael M., 3CV.2.37; 3DV.3.2; 4CO.2.1; ICO.12.5 Van Dam J., 1BP.1.2 van Delft S.P.J., 4AV.1.19 van den Berg D., 4CO.14.1; 4CO.14.4;

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ICV.1.11 van den Briel J., 4AV.1.19 van der Hilst F., 1BV.4.25; 4AV.2.39; 4AV.2.9; 4AV.3.10; 4DO.5.3; 4DO.8.1; 5AO.9.3; 5BV.2.12 van der Klis F., 3BO.11.1 van der Meijden C.M., ICO.12.3 van der Weide R.Y., 4AV.3.17 van Dijk W., 4AV.3.17 van Doorn J., 2BO.14.4 van Es D.S., 3BO.11.1 van Gemert W.J.Th., 4DO.8.3 van Hal J.W., 3AO.6.3; 3CV.2.51; ICO.16.1 van Haveren J., 3BO.11.1 Van Hecke W., 3CV.2.9 van Krimpen M., 4AV.3.17 Van Loo E.N, 1CO.5.4 van Loo R., ICV.1.74 Van Meensel J., 4AV.1.4 Van Meijl H., 4AV.3.15 Van Passel S., 1BV.4.26 van Ree R., 3AO.3.1; IBO.8.1 Van Rees K., 1DV.1.35 van Stralen J., 4CP.1.2; IBO.8.4 Vang K., ICV.1.31 Vanmeulenbrouk B., 1BV.4.3; 4CO.14.4 Varga L.A., 1BV.4.104 Varol E., 3DV.3.56 Vasen N., ICV.1.15 Vass I., 1CO.9.1 Vávra A., 3DV.3.93 Vávrová K., 1AO.1.2 Velo E., IBO.8.3 Venäläinen P., IBO.16.1 Venderbosch R., 3DO.6.2 Venter R.J., 3DO.3.2; 3DV.3.94; 3DV.3.33, 3DV.3.78 Verardi A., 3DO.3.1 Vercruysse J., 3CO.11.3 Verkerk H., 1BV.4.36 Verstegen J.A., 1BV.4.25; 4AV.2.9; 4DO.8.1 Verweij P.A., 4AV.2.39 Viana K.R.O., 1BV.4.25 Villone A., 2BO.6.5 Viola E., 3DO.3.1 Virag A., ICO.12.5 Viriya-empikul N., 3BO.15.3 Virkkunen M., 1AO.1.5 Vis M., 1BV.4.36; 4AV.3.9; 4CO.14.4; ICV.1.11 Visser J., 3CV.2.9

Visser L., 1AO.1.4; 1BP.1.1 Visser R., 3CV.2.72 Vivekanand V., 2CV.3.71 Vogel F., 3CO.4.2 Vogt M., 3BV.3.8 Vogt M.H., 3CV.2.26 Volk T., 1DV.1.35 Volpe F., ICV.1.68 von Gehren P., 1DV.1.23 von Stackelberg B., ICV.1.41 Voytenko Y., 4AV.3.26 Vreugdenhil B.J., 3CV.2.32 Waaijers S.L., 4BO.13.1; 4AV.2.28 Wachter A., 2CV.3.78 Wachter, M., 2CV.3.78 Wada Y., 2CO.3.2 Wadenbäck J., 2AO.8.3 Walczyk J., 1DV.1.46 Waldron P., 1DV.1.25 Wallberg O., 3DV.3.97 Walmsley L., IBO.16.5 Walter A., 4BO.13.4 Wan B.Z., 3BO.3.4 Wan W., 2CV.3.39 Wang C., IBO.16.4 Wang C.H., 3BO.3.4 Wang G., 2BV.1.50 Wang H., 3CO.4.3 Wang H.B., 1DV.1.12 Wang L., 1BV.4.94; 1BV.4.95; 2BV.1.36; 2BV.1.42; 3DV.2.16 Wang Q., 3BO.11.3 Wang, S.,3DV.3.79 Wang S.S., 1DV.1.12 Wang W., 3BO.11.3 Wang Y., 2DO.7.5 Wang Z., 1BV.4.49; 2CV.3.43 Wardell A., 4AV.2.31 Wasak K., 4AV.2.7 Watanabe C., 3BV.3.38 Wchalski G., 1BV.4.72 Weber K., 3DV.2.6 Weger A., 2DO.4.2; ICV.1.47 Weger J., 1AO.1.2 Wei M., 3BO.3.5 Weigand H., 2DO.4.4; 2DO.7.1; 2CV.3.83 Weijnen M., 4AV.3.25; 4CO.2.4 Weiland F., 3DO.9.3 Weimer A.W., 2CV.3.34 Weiss-Hortala E., 3CO.15.2 Welch M., IBO.16.5


AUTHORS INDEX Welfle A., 1AO.1.3 Wellisch M., IBO.8.1 Wentzel A., 1BO.5.2 Wenzelides L., 4BO.13.2; 4CO.14.1 Wermink W., ICO.16.1 Westerhof R.J.M., 3DV.3.24 Westhoff P., 4CO.6.1 Wheatley A.D., 1BV.4.101 Whittaker C., 1CO.5.2 Wicke B., 1AO.4.1; 4AV.3.2; 4DO.2.2 Wiesgickl S., 2DO.4.2 Wiinikka H., 3DO.9.3 Wilcox E.M., 3CO.7.5 Wilken V., 1BV.4.92; 4DO.8.2 Willem L., 4AV.1.4 Williams A., 4AV.3.19 Williams I., 2CO.13.5 Williams P.T., 2CV.3.63; 3DV.3.43 Willms T., 5BV.2.7 Wimmer F., 4AV.2.31 Wingren A., 3DO.9.3 Wiredu B., 3BO.7.5 Witt J., 3DV.2.3 Wittayakhun J., 3BO.15.3 Wittgens B., 1BO.5.2 Woehler M., 2AO.2.1 Wöhler M., 2BV.1.43 Wolf, S.,1DV.1.15 Woltjer G., 4AV.2.41; 4DO.8.1 Wong J.W.C., 1BV.4.98; 1AO.7.2 Wongkasemjit S., 3BV.3.35; 3CV.2.65; 3DV.3.71 Wopienka E., 1DV.1.23 Workneh T.S., 2BV.1.35 Worrell E., 4BO.13.1 Wortel A., 3AO.6.3 Wouters H., ICV.1.83 Wowra K., 4AV.2.31; 4DO.8.4 Wright M., 3BP.3.1; 3DV.2.20 Wu H., 2BV.1.49; 2BV.1.50 Wu Q.L.,3CV.2.67; 3CV.2.56 Wu K.T, 2CV.3.42; 2CV.3.59 Wu X.Y., 2BO.10.2 Wuercher G., 2AO.2.5 Wung B.-S., 3BV.3.24 Wüst D., 3DO.9.4; 3DV.2.17; 4AV.1.25 Xiao R., 1BV.4.49 Xiong S., 3BO.3.5 Xu C., 3CO.15.4 Xu C.M., 2CV.3.73 Xue G., 2CV.3.53 Yakaboylu O., 2CO.3.1; 4AV.1.29

Yamada M., 3BO.3.2 Yan B., 1BO.5.3; 2CV.3.43 Yan B.B., ICV.1.16 Yan B.H., 1BV.4.98 Yan J., ICO.8.3 Yanagida T., 1BV.4.46 Yang A., 3CV.2.25 Yang K.C., 2CV.3.42 Yang Q., 2CV.3.17 Yang W., 2CV.3.39; 2CV.3.97 Yang W.-S., 3DV.3.36 Yang X., 3DV.3.48 Yang J., 2BV.1.73 Yang Y.-C., 3BV.3.24 Yao J., 1BO.5.3 Yao L.L., 1CV.4.17 Yao Q., 2BO.10.2 Yeo B., 3AO.3.4 Yildirim H., 1BV.4.88 Yoshida T., 1BV.4.46 Yoshimura Y., 3DV.3.65 Youssef Z., 3BO.7.1; ICV.1.56 Yperman J., 3DV.3.2 Yu J.H., 3CV.2.55 Yu Q., 3BO.11.3; 3BV.3.25 Yuan Z., 3BO.11.3; 3BV.3.25 Yukananto R., 2BO.10.5 Zafarana G., 2CV.3.50 Zanetti F., 1CO.5.4 Zarguili I., 3BO.7.4 Zarralanga J.L., IBO.16.3 Zeng S., 3DV.3.90 Zethaeus B., 2BV.1.22 Zhan X., 2CV.3.17 Zhang S.C., 3CV.2.66 Zhang X., 3DV.3.37 Zhang X. Q.,3CV.2.67; 3CV.2.56 Zhang Y., 3BV.3.2; 3DV.3.58; Zhao H.B., 2BO.10.2 Zhao J.M.Q., 3BO.7.4 Zhou G., 3BO.11.3 Zhou H., 2DO.1.1; 2DO.7.5; 3CO.4.3 Zhou H.J., 3DV.3.79 Zhou Y., 2CV.3.73 Zhou Zh., 2CV.3.72 Zhu Y., 4BO.13.5 Zhu Z., 3DV.3.58 Zhuang X., 3BO.11.3; 3BV.3.25 Zijp M., 4AV.2.28; 4BO.13.1 Zimbardi F., 2BO.14.3; 2BO.6.5 Zirkzee H.F., ICO.16.1 Zoccola M., 3CV.2.73

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AUTHORS INDEX Bold means Presenter; Regular means co-author Zörner W., 5BO.4.3; 5BO.4.5 Zou Z.R., 1DV.1.12 Zrinski T., 5BV.2.9 Zuber C., 2BO.14.2; IBO.12.1 Zuccaro G., 2DO.7.4 Zudin S., 1BV.4.36 Zukile X., 2BV.1.35 Zurková J., 1AO.4.3; 1BV.4.11; 1BV.4.19 Zweiler R., 1BV.4.102; 5BV.2.9

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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p. 26

G 102

2BO.6 Performance of various gasification reactors and prime movers p. 58

3BO.7 Production improvements in cellulosic ethanol p. 59

G 103

G 104 IBO.8 Sustainability of bioenergy and biofuel projects p. 60

Lunch Break

12:50

1BO.5 Biomass feedstocks for sustainable energy use p. 57

3BP.3 Thermochemical pathways for advanced biofuels p. 55

11:00 11:45

G 102

1BP.1 Biomass resources p. 54

2BP.2 Small and large scale thermal conversion processes of biomass and waste p. 55

10:15

AUDITORIUM

Break

ROOM 13:30

G104

LOUNGES 4AV.1 Market deployment and sustainability issues of biomass production p. 27

5BV.2 Integration of bioenergy with other renewable and conventional energies p. 61

LOUNGES

2BV.1 Characterization methods and process conditions for biomass combustion systems p. 49

LOUNGES

4AV.3 Opportunities and strategies for bioeconomy p. 39

4AV.2 Environmental effects of biomass p. 32

5BO.4 Bioenergy and grid balancing p. 48

p.

AUDITORIUM

3BO.3 Improvement in hydrolysis and fermentation p. 47

G 103

p. 146

5AO.9 Technologies and approaches for flexible bioenergy plant operation and utilisation of CO2 and H2 p. 38 Exhibition Area (18:30 - 20:00)

Break

3AO.6 Biorefinery processing p. 31

10:00

1BO.1 Methods to determine and verify the biomass quality p. 45

Welcome Reception

2AO.8 Biomass combustion in large utilities p. 37

2AO.5 Operational aspects, emissions and CHP technologies p. 30

EUBCE Parallel Event: International Cooperation for Sustainable Biomass and Bioenergy - G 106 Break

2BO.2 Measurement and gas cleaning techniques for producer gas p. 46

1AO.7 Municipal and industrial waste: present to future processing p. 36

AUDITORIUM

G 103 3AO.3 Integrated biorefineries

Lunch Break

EUBCE Parallel Event: EU support for bioenergy demonstration projects: current state and developments - G 105 p. 144 EUBCE Workshop: Sustainable oil palm, sugar cane and other agri-residues as biobased feedstocks. Global perspectives from Colombian case studies - G 107 p. 150

2AO.2 Small-scale applications: testing methods, emission formation and emission reduction p. 25

G 102

Monday Opening - AUDITORIUM p. 22

PROGRAMME OUTLINE

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08:30

AUDITORIUM

1AO.4 Exploitation of additional biomass resources p. 29

TUESDAY, 7th JUNE

18:30

17:00

16:45

13:30 13:30 16:00 15:00 15:15

ROOM 13:30

12:30

1AO.1 Biomass potentials and supply p. 24

MONDAY, 6th JUNE

09:00

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