Programme
 
 
 
Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Room: POSTER AREA
15:15 - 16:45
Session code: 2CV.5 Anaerobic digestion and biogas production
Session Description

This poster session discusses optimising biogas processes by feedstock selection, technologies design and gas production, evaluating results of different pilot and laboratory tests and samples analysis.



Chairpersons:


Jens BORN , Jahr, Chemical Technology, GERMANY





Bernhard DROSG , Bioenergy 2020+, AUSTRIA





PRESENTERS
Pamela PRINCIPI
SUPSI DTI MEMTI, Bio-Environmental technologies Lab, SWITZERLAND

Case Study: Whey Valorization as Methane in a Two-Phase Process

Session reference: 2CV.5.7
Ana Isabel PARRALEJO ALCOBENDAS
Cicytex, SPAIN

Rapeseed Oil as Co-Substrate to Improve the Optimization of Anaerobic Co-Digestion Process in Semi-Continuous Regime

Session reference: 2CV.5.12
Hanne SOININEN
South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, FINLAND

Optimisation of Gas Production in a Biogas Plant by Improving the Monitoring

Session reference: 2CV.5.15
Ece KENDIR
Hacettepe University, Environmental Engineering, TURKEY

Effect of Combined Pretreatment on Solubilization and Biogas Production from Scenedesmus Biomass

Session reference: 2CV.5.21
Eugen SPIELMANN
Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Lehrstuhl für Thermodynamik, GERMANY

Anaerobic Digestion of Algal Residues after a Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Extraction

Session reference: 2CV.5.25
Çagri AKYOL
Bogaziçi University, Institute of Environmental Sciences, TURKEY

Pre-Treatment of Lignocellulosic Biomass with Extracellular Enzymes Secreted by Aerobic Fungi Trametes Trogii

Session reference: 2CV.5.27
Heikki SÄRKKÄ
South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, Forest, the environment and energy, FINLAND

Anaerobic Digestion of Different Organic Feedstocs by Continuous Bioreactors

Session reference: 2CV.5.28
Grzegorz WALOWSKI
Institute of Technology and Life Sciences, Department of Renewable Energy Resources, POLAND

Developing Technique Anaeorobic Digestion in The Context of Renewable Energy Sources

Session reference: 2CV.5.29
Knut Olav STRAETKVERN
Inland Norway Univ. of Appl. Sciences, Dep. of Biotechnology, NORWAY

Boosting Biogas with Hydrolytic Enzymes - Effect of Cellulase Pretreatment of Wheat Straw on Sugar Release, Onset and Ultimate Gas Production

Session reference: 2CV.5.31
Eugen SPIELMANN
Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Lehrstuhl für Thermodynamik, GERMANY

Influence of Mixing on the Process Stability of Anaerobic Digestion

Session reference: 2CV.5.32
Mirco LORENZON
University of Padova, Department of Biology of the univetsity of Padova., ITALY

Monitoring the Mixing of an Artificial Model Substrate in a Scaledown Laboratory Digester

Session reference: 2CV.5.34
Martina TRENTINI
University of Padua, ITALY

Biotechnology to Investigate the Biogas-Producing Microbial Community in Biomass

Session reference: 2CV.5.35
Soon Woong CHANG
Kyonggi University, Department of Environmental Energy & Engineering, REPUBLIC OF KOREA

Effects of Thermal Hydrolysis Pretreatment on Physicochemical Properties of Wastewater Sludge and Enhancement of Biogas Production Potential

Session reference: 2CV.5.37
Ravi DHAVALESWARAPU
Indian Institute of Science, Centre for Sustainable Technologies, INDIA

On the Effect of the Particle Size And its Relationship with Gas Production

Session reference: 2CV.5.40
Serge BIOLLAZ
PSI - Paul Scherrer Institut, Thermal Processes & Combustion, SWITZERLAND

Trace Sulphur and Organic Compounds in Biogas from Different Biomass Sources

Session reference: 2CV.5.41
Nadia CERONE
ENEA Research Centre, Technical Unit for Trisaia Technologies, ITALY

Anaerobic Digestion Enhancement via Bioaugmentation of the Microbial Community: an Application to Shrimp Processing Waste

Session reference: 2CV.5.42
Zubayeda ZAHAN
RMIT University, Civil Environmental and Chemical Eng, AUSTRALIA

Sequential Anaerobic Co-Digestion of Chicken Litter with Agro-Industrial Wastes in Semi-Solid Conditions and Comparison with Their Wet Anaerobic Digestion Performances

Session reference: 2CV.5.43
Mabel QUINTERO
Universidad Industrial de Santander, Santander, COLOMBIA

Fresh Bovine Manure Standardization to Start Up Anaerobic Digestion in a Low-Cost Biodigester

Session reference: 2CV.5.49
Imants PLUME
Latvia University of Agriculture, Institute of Agricultural Energetics, LATVIA

Anaerobic Digestion of Waste of Coffee Production and Damaged Sunflower Seeds

Session reference: 2CV.5.52
Henrik MøLLER
Aarhus University, Engineering, DENMARK

The Role Of Biogas in the Future Danish Energy System

Session reference: 2CV.5.58

Please note that this Programme may be subject to alteration and the organisers reserve the right to do so without giving prior notice.