Programme
 
 
 

Topic: SUSTAINABLE RESOURCES FOR DECARBONISING THE ECONOMY
Monday, 06 July 2020
Room: Auditorium 1
14:00 - 15:00
Biomass potentials and biomass production models
Session code: 1AO.1 Territorial Biomass Assessment
Session Description

Case studies of territorial biomass assessment and mobilisation from around the world.



Chair & Moderator


Olivier DUBOIS , UN Food and Agriculture Organisation, Senior Natural Resources Officer & Leader Energy Programme, ITALY





Enrico CEOTTO , CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Research Centre for Agriculture and Environment, ITALY





PRESENTERS
Makoto OOBA
National Institute for Environmental Studies, Fukushima Branch, JAPAN

An Evaluation of Woody Biomass Production and Consumption by Using of an Integrated and Dynamic Indicator of Carbon Sequestration

Session reference: 1AO.1.1
Berien ELBERSEN
Alterra, Alterra-Earth Informatics Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

Identifying Agricultural Abandoned Lands for Biomass Monitoring and Managing Using Landsat Imagery

Session reference: 1AO.1.2
Ahmed YOUNIS
University of Groningen, Integrated Research on Energy, Environment and Society (IREES), THE NETHERLANDS

Subnational Assessment of the Biomass Cost-Supply Potential: Spatial Distribution of Energy Crops and Residues in Colombia

Session reference: 1AO.1.3
EUBCE Student Awardee Presentation

Lauren MENANDRO
LNBR/CNPEM - Brazilian Biorenewables National Laboratory, Biomass Production Dpt., BRAZIL

Guidelines for Sugarcane Straw Removal: A Decision-Making Tool for Assessing the Potential and Availability of Biomass

Session reference: 1AO.1.4
Monday, 06 July 2020
Room: Auditorium 1
16:20 - 17:20
Biomass potentials and biomass production models
Session code: 1AO.7 Achieving Sustainable Biomass Potentials
Session Description

Global biomass potentials and sustainability constraints.



Chair & Moderator


Gerard OSTHEIMER , World Business Council for Sustainable Development, USA





Charles HARPER , University College Dublin, National University of Ireland, IRELAND





PRESENTERS
Emmanuel GARBOLINO
ASES France R & D / Climpact Data Science, FRANCE

Potential Impacts of Climate Change Towards 2050 on Wood Resources in two Contrasted Bioclimatic Regions in France

Session reference: 1AO.7.1
Jan BROEZE
Wageningen Food & Biobased Research, THE NETHERLANDS

Quantification of Agricultural Production Potential in Relation to Food and Biobased Demands

Session reference: 1AO.7.2
Electo Eduardo SILVA LORA
Federal University of Itajubá, Mechanical Engineering Institute, BRAZIL

Global Potential Assessment of Available Land for Bioenergy Projects in 2050 within Food Security Limits

Session reference: 1AO.7.3
Giovanni CAPPELLI
CREA, Research Centre for Agriculture and Environment, ITALY

Assessment of Giant Reed Biomass Potentials (Arundo Donax L.) in Marginal Areas of Italy Via the Application of Arungro Simulation Model

Session reference: 1AO.7.4
Tuesday, 07 July 2020
Room: Auditorium 1
09:00 - 10:00
Agroforestry residues and by-products
Session code: 1BO.1 Agricultural Residues for Energy Production
Session Description

Agro-industrial residues for advanced biofuels, bioenergy carriers, heat and for soil amendment.



Chair & Moderator


Emmanuel GARBOLINO , ASES France R & D / Climpact Data Science, FRANCE





Raphael SLADE , Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy, UNITED KINGDOM





PRESENTERS
Vitalij DOMBINOV
Forschungszentrum Jülich, Institute of Bio- and Geosciences, IBG-2: Plant Sciences, GERMANY

Phosphorus Availability and Efficiency of Thermochemical Treatments of Bagasse-Based Fertilizers Depends on Co-Processed Biomass

Session reference: 1BO.1.1
Christoforos PERAKIS
Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving, Division of Development Programs, GREECE

Agroforestry Residues for Intermediate Bioenergy Carriers

Session reference: 1BO.1.2
Marco UGOLINI
Ca.Re. For. Engineering, ITALY

European Regions Suitability for Advanced Biofuel Production Cases Scenarios for Residual Biomass Supply Chains

Session reference: 1BO.1.3
Djanira RODRIGUES NEGRAO
LNBR - Brazilian Biorenewables National Laboratory, BRAZIL

Debris in Sugarcane Bagasse and Straw Zoomed through Microscale X-Ray Analyses

Session reference: 1BO.1.4
Tuesday, 07 July 2020
Room: Auditorium 1
10:10 - 12:00
Session code: BP.1 The Role of Biomass and Bioenergy in European Green Deal
Session Description

The European Green Deal was launched in 2019 and according to the European Commission it is “the most ambitious package of measures that should enable European citizens and businesses to benefit from sustainable green transition. Measures accompanied with an initial roadmap of key policies range from ambitiously cutting emissions, to investing in cutting-edge research and innovation, to preserving Europe’s natural environment.” This policy to address global climate change is now closely linked to the urgent EU recovery programme aiming to repair the economic and social damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Presentations will be followed by moderated discussion in which all delegates will be invited to participate.



Chair & Moderator


Maria Michela MORESE , Executive Secretary of the Global Bioenergy Partnership (GBEP), Climate and Environment Division, ITALY





David CHIARAMONTI , Polytechnic of Turin, Energy Department, Industrial Engineering Dpt., ITALY





PRESENTERS
Patrik KLINTBOM
RISE, SWEDEN

The Role of Etip Bioenergy in Promoting Advanced Bioenergy Research, Innovation and Market Deployment in the Eu

Session reference: BP.1.1
James SPAETH
U.S. Department of Energy, Bioenergy Technologies Office, USA

Perspectives from the US biofuels and bioenergy industry

Session reference: BP.1.2
Paloma MALLORQUIN
Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking, BELGIUM

BBI JU Vision for a Resource Efficient and Sustainable Low-carbon Economy

Session reference: BP.1.3
Nicola DI VIRGILIO
CNR-IBIMET, ITALY

The new CAP proposal - opportunities for the bioeconomy

Session reference: BP.1.4
Paul DURRANT
International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), Head of End-use Sectors & Bioenergy, GERMANY

The Critical Role of Biomass in the Global Transition to Net-Zero Emissions

Session reference: BP.1.5
Tuesday, 07 July 2020
Room: Auditorium 1
14:00 - 15:00
Biomass crops and energy grasses
Session code: 1BO.5 Biomass on Marginal Land
Session Description

Land use change and environmental concern over biomass and bioenergy production have fuelled research to support the production of biomass on marginal land. In this session presentations will cover a wide range of crops and management strategies for producing biomass on marginal conditions.



Chair & Moderator


Efthymia ALEXOPOULOU , CRES - Center for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving, Biomass Dpt., GREECE





Danilo SCORDÌA , University of Catania, Dip. Di3A, ITALY





PRESENTERS
Berien ELBERSEN
Alterra, Alterra-Earth Informatics Dpt., THE NETHERLANDS

Are Camelina [Camelina sativa (L.) Crantz] and Crambe (Crambe abyssinica R.E. Fr.) Feasible non-food Crops under Sloppy Marginal Land?

Session reference: 1BO.5.1
Kurt THELEN
Michigan State University, Plant, Soil & Microbial Sciences Dpt., USA

Marginal Soils Affect Bioenergy Feedstock Yield and Quality

Session reference: 1BO.5.2
Ana Luisa FERNANDO
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Ciências e Tecnologia Biomassa Dpt., PORTUGAL

Production of Oil Crops for Bioenergy Under Heavy Metal Contaminated Soils

Session reference: 1BO.5.3
Tuesday, 07 July 2020
Room: Auditorium 1
15:10 - 16:10
Biomass crops and energy grasses
Session code: 1BO.9 Annual and Perennial Crops
Session Description

In this session presentations will tackle agronomic and environmental issues related to a range of annual and perennial biomass crops.



Chair & Moderator


Ana Luisa FERNANDO , Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Ciências e Tecnologia Biomassa Dpt., PORTUGAL





Vance OWENS , South Dakota State University, North Central Sun Grant Center, USA





PRESENTERS
Walter ZEGADA-LIZARAZU
University of Bologna, Agricultural Science Dpt., ITALY

Is Sunnhemp (Crotalaria Juncea L.) a Valid Biomass Feedstock Alternative in Temperate Climates?

Session reference: 1BO.9.1
Danilo SCORDÌA
University of Catania, Dip. Di3A, ITALY

Potential and Actual Yield of African Fodder Cane (Saccharum Spontaneum Ssp. Aegypticum) on Areas Affected by Biophysical Constraints

Session reference: 1BO.9.2
Myrsini CHRISTOU
Center for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving, Biomass Dpt., GREECE

Effect of Varieties, Sowing Dates and Densities on Camelina & Crambe Yields - Final Results of COSMOS Project

Session reference: 1BO.9.3
Tuesday, 07 July 2020
Room: Auditorium 1
16:20 - 17:20
Integrated biomass production for energy purposes
Session code: 1BO.13 Broadening Opportunities for Bioenergy Feedstock Production from Sustainable Agricultural Practices
Session Description

The session 1BO.13 discusses integrated biomass production for energy purposes with particular focus on bioenergy production integrated into farming systems.It will give insights into how farming practices can improve by adopting bioenergy feedstock production.



Chair & Moderator


Toshimasa MASUYAMA , IRENA - International Renewable Energy Agency, Innovation and Technology Centre, GERMANY





Marisol BERTI , North Dakota State University, Plant Sciences Dpt., USA





PRESENTERS
Matteo FRANCAVILLA
University of Foggia, Agriculture, Food and Environmental Science Dpt., ITALY

Artichoke biorefinery to obtain the vegetable (artichoke heads) and a range of high-value chemical compounds, feeds and bioenergy

Session reference: 1BO.13.1
Wibke BAUMGARTEN
FNR - Agency for Renewable Resources, EU/International Affairs, GERMANY

Opportunities and challenges for broadening biomass feedstock in Europe

Session reference: 1BO.13.2
Moritz VON COSSEL
University of Hohenheim, Biobased Products and Energy Crops Dpt., GERMANY

Bioenergy Cropping Systems of Tomorrow

Session reference: 1BO.13.3
Andrea PARENTI
University of Bologna, ITALY

Agronomic Performance of Dedicated Lignocellulosic Feedstocks in Rotation with a Cereal Food Crop

Session reference: 1BO.13.4
Wednesday, 08 July 2020
Room: Auditorium 1
09:00 - 10:00
Municipal and industrial wastes
Session code: 1CO.1 Valorization of Municipal and Industrial Wastes for Materials and Energy
Session Description

This session will present the results from a range of research works focused on the recovery and the valorization of municipal and industrial waste both materials and energy. Experimental trials, concept studies and assessments are included.



Chair & Moderator


Jens Bo HOLM-NIELSEN , Aalborg University, Energy Technology Dpt., DENMARK





Matteo PRUSSI , European Commission, JRC, Unit C.2, ITALY





PRESENTERS
Teemu PENNANEN
JAMK University of Applied Sciences, FINLAND

Testing of Applicability of Pulp Production Waste to Concrete and Concrete-Like Materials

Session reference: 1CO.1.1
Laís ALVES SOUZA
Universidade de São Paulo, BRAZIL

Analysis of Energy Recovery from Domestic Wastewater: Identifying Characteristics that Influence Energy Recovery Implementation in Brazilian Municipalities

Session reference: 1CO.1.2
Andrea SALIMBENI
RE-CORD, Research & Development Dpt., ITALY

Integration of Thermochemical Conversion and Chemical Leaching Processes for Production of Advanced Biochar and High Value Critical Raw Materials

Session reference: 1CO.1.3
Komeil KOHANSAL
Aalborg University, Energy Technology Dpt., DENMARK

Water and Nitrogen Management in Hydrothermal Liquefaction of Urban Waste

Session reference: 1CO.1.4
Wednesday, 08 July 2020
Room: Auditorium 1
10:10 - 12:00
Session code: CP.1 Views from the Stakeholders
Session Description

The theme of this Plenary Session is views of the many and diverse stakeholders involved in and impacted by implementation of the Green Deal for Europe. The challenges posed are not just by the Green Deal itself, but by the urgent needs to address the clear and obvious challenges caused by climate change and more recently by the urgent need to recover from the economic and social damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The challenges will be identified and discussed at this critical time following the shocks of the pandemic and the growing realisation of the urgent need to take practical actions to tackle climate change.



Chair & Moderator


Christian THIEL , European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Directorate for Energy, Transport and Climate, Head of Unit





James SPAETH , U.S. Department of Energy, Bioenergy Technologies Office, USA





PRESENTERS
René VENENDAAL
BTG Biomass Technology Group, THE NETHERLANDS

A Bioenergy Industry Perspective for Reaching Carbon Neutrality by 2050

Session reference: CP.1.1
Kevin CRAIG
DOE - Golden Field Office, USA

The Bio - Advantage - from Bottles to BOTTLE; the U.S. DOE’s Research on Drop-in, Performance Advantage, and Recycled Bio-materials

Session reference: CP.1.2
Benoit GABRIELLE
AgroParisTech - INRAE, Functional Ecology of Agro-Ecosystems Dpt., FRANCE

Bioenergy Crops: The Silver Bullet to Cool the Planet ?

Session reference: CP.1.3
Attila KOVACS
ERGaR, Secretariat in Brussels, BELGIUM

Greening the gas grid

Session reference: CP.1.4
Wednesday, 08 July 2020
Room: Poster Hall
16:20 - 17:20
Session code: 1CV.4 Biomass Potentials and Integrated Biomass Production for Energy Purposes
Session Description

This session presents case studies and methodologies for biomass resource assessment in different countries and regions of the world and also covers a wide range of innovative applications of agricultural and forestry residues for energy use; among others,these include rice husks, artichoke,vine prunings in the wine production process, vinasse, and miscanthus.



Chair & Moderator


Ana Luisa FERNANDO , Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Ciências e Tecnologia Biomassa Dpt., PORTUGAL





Mark ELLES , U.S. Department of Energy, USA





PRESENTERS
Emmanuel GARBOLINO
ASES France R & D / Climpact Data Science, FRANCE

Expected Net Primary Productivity Evolution towards 2100 in Mexico Country: Implications for Wood Energy Supply Chain

Session reference: 1CV.4.1
Haruto CHIDA
Tohoku University, JAPAN

Analysis of the Productivity of Woody Biomass Supply Chain for Gentle and Steep Slopes

Session reference: 1CV.4.2
Simone PEDRAZZI
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, of Engineering "Enzo Ferrari" - Bio Energy Efficiency Laboratory (BEELAB), ITALY

Hemp By-Products Valorization

Session reference: 1CV.4.3
Danilo PERECIN
GBIO/IEE/USP, BRAZIL

Brazilian Sugar/alcohol Sector: Biomass Residues for Efficient Energy Conversion Pathways

Session reference: 1CV.4.5
Václav VOLTR
Institute of Agricultural Economics and Information, Modelling of Agricultural Policy Dpt., CZECH REPUBLIC

Procedure Of Economic, Energy and Environmental Evaluation of Crop Production in the Czech Republic

Session reference: 1CV.4.6
Marcel PFEIL
TH Mittelhessen University of Applied Sciences, GERMANY

Potentials of Biogenic Resources for Sustainable and Environmentally Friendly Energy Use in Cuba (BioReSCu)

Session reference: 1CV.4.7
Scott TURN
University of Hawaii, Hawaii Natural Energy Institute, USA

Feedstocks for Sustainable Jet Fuel Production: An Assessment of Land Suitability in Hawaii

Session reference: 1CV.4.8
Giovanni FERRARI
Università degli Studi di Padova, Territorio e Sistemi Agro-Forestali - TESAF, ITALY

Valorisation of Agricultural By-Products in Different Agro-Energy Districts: A Case Study in Northeast Italy

Session reference: 1CV.4.9
Myrsini CHRISTOU
Center for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving, Biomass Dpt., GREECE

Agricultural/forest Residues for Advanced Biofuels

Session reference: 1CV.4.10
Francesco LATTERINI
CREA-IT, ITALY

Analysis of Woody Biomass Obtainable from Abruzzo Forests

Session reference: 1CV.4.11
Francesco LATTERINI
CREA-IT, ITALY

Italian Coppices and Their Economic Income

Session reference: 1CV.4.12
Vivienne SCHNORF
Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, SWITZERLAND

Biomass transport for energy : Analysing costs, energy and CO 2 emissions of the main forest wood and manure transport chains in Switzerland

Session reference: 1CV.4.14
Keyu BAO
University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart, Center of Sustainable Energy Technology, GERMANY

GIS-Based Assessment of Regional Biomass Potentials for Heat and Power Generatoin at the Example of Ludwigsburg County, Germany

Session reference: 1CV.4.15
Carina GUNNARSSON
RISE Agrifood and Bioscience, SWEDEN

Sustainable Straw Potential In Sweden - A Case Study to Supply Straw for Ethanol Production

Session reference: 1CV.4.16
Rabins GAUDEL
LUT University, Bioenergy Dpt., FINLAND

Promotion of Sustainable Wood Supply Through Digitalization and Networking -Puusti

Session reference: 1CV.4.17
Farmeen SALAMUT
Terra, MAURITIUS

Assessing the Potential of Developing Energy Crops on Marginal Lands in Mauritius

Session reference: 1CV.4.18
Marco PUGLIA
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, DIEF Dpt., ITALY

Vine Prunings Agro- Energetic Chain: Experimental and Economical Assessment of Vine Pellets Use in Gasification Power Plants

Session reference: 1CV.4.19
Moritz VON COSSEL
University of Hohenheim, Biobased Products and Energy Crops Dpt., GERMANY

Intercropping miscanthus with flower-rich biennial wild plant species

Session reference: 1CV.4.20
Suani COELHO
University of São Paulo, GBIO/Institute of Energy and Environment, BRAZIL

Integration of Vinasse Biogas in the Energy Matrix of Ribeirão Preto, State of São Paulo

Session reference: 1CV.4.21
Suani COELHO
University of São Paulo, FAPESP 2019/03868-8, BRAZIL

Biomass Residues from Sustainable Forest Management in Brazil.

Session reference: 1CV.4.22
Margalita BACHILAVA
Agricultural University of Georgia, Forest Faculty, GEORGIA

Early Growth Pefomance of New Poplar Clones for Georgia

Session reference: 1CV.4.23
Salvatore FAUGNO
Università di Napoli Federico II, Department of Agricultural Sciences, ITALY

On Farm Evaluation of Maize Biomass, Dry Matter and Crude Protein by Using Yield Monitor Equipment

Session reference: 1CV.4.27
Thursday, 09 July 2020
Room: Poster Hall
09:00 - 10:00
Session code: 1DV.1 Agroforestry Residues, Aquatic Biomass and Valorization of Wastewater for the Bioeconomy
Session Description

This poster session covers a range of topics, including agroforestry residues, harvesting methods and properties of the biomass for subsequent conversion to energy, and includes a number of cases for the production, quality and use of biochar. In addition, the contribution of aquatic biomass to the societal change towards a bio-based economy are presented. Finally, this session addresses a range of research projects focused on the recovery and the valorization of municipal and industrial waste in terms of both materials and energy recovery.



Chair & Moderator


Emmanuel GARBOLINO , ASES France R & D / Climpact Data Science, FRANCE





Raphael SLADE , Imperial College London, Centre for Environmental Policy, UNITED KINGDOM





PRESENTERS
Simone BERGONZOLI
CREA, CREA-IT, ITALY

Recovery of Crop By-Product: Harvesting of Wheat Chaff

Session reference: 1DV.1.1
Sebastián SÁNCHEZ VILLASCLARAS
University of Jaén, Chemical Engineering, Environmental and Materials Dpt., SPAIN

Use of Olive Mill Wastewaters and Urban Wastewater as Nutrient Medium and CO2 Biofixation for Biomass Production of Microalgae

Session reference: 1DV.1.2
Giulia SANTUNIONE
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Dpt. of Engineering Enzo Ferrari, ITALY

Production and Use of Co-Composted Biochar as Soil Amendment for Cannabis Sativa SP. Growth

Session reference: 1DV.1.3
Gassan HODAIFA
Pablo de Olavide University, Molecular Biology and Biochemical Engineering Department, SPAIN

Chlorella Pyrenoidosa Culture in Flocculated Olive Oil Mill Wastewater with the Double Benefit of Biomass Generation and Wastewater Treatment

Session reference: 1DV.1.4
Francesco GALLUCCI
CREA-IT, ITALY

Chemical and Physical Characterization of Pellet Composed by Biomass of Different Essences.

Session reference: 1DV.1.5
Carlos DRIEMEIER
Centro Nacional de Pesquisa em Energia e Materiais, LNBR Dpt., BRAZIL

Multi-Scale Understanding of Mineral Impurities in Agroindustry Residues: The Cases of Sugarcane Bagasse and Straw

Session reference: 1DV.1.7
Enrico SANTANGELO
CREA, Research Centre for Engineering and Agro-Food Processing, ITALY

Qualitative Assessment of Residual Biomass from Turkey Oak (Quercus Cerris, L.) Coppicing in Central Italy

Session reference: 1DV.1.9
Alberto ASSIRELLI
CREA - Research Center for Engineering & Agro-Food Processing, ITALY

Residues from Mechanized Nut Harvesting: Preliminary Tests to Valorize Walnut Husks for Biochar Production and Possible Use as Soil Amendment

Session reference: 1DV.1.10
Michael-Alexandros KOUGIOUMTZIS
Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Chemical Process and Energy Resources Institute, GREECE

Monitoring Feedstock Losses Over 6 Months Storage of Harvested Olive Tree Prunings in Piles. Comparison of Piles wth or without Coverage

Session reference: 1DV.1.11
Francesco LATTERINI
CREA-IT, ITALY

Thinning: Working Times, Productivities and Utilization Costs in a Pine Forest

Session reference: 1DV.1.12
Alessandro SUARDI
CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Centro di ricerca Ingegneria e Trasformazioni Agroalimentari, ITALY

Chaff and Straw Harvesting Test in Sweden: Machine Performance and Quality of the Work

Session reference: 1DV.1.13
Alessandro SUARDI
CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Centro di ricerca Ingegneria e Trasformazioni Agroalimentari, ITALY

Olive Tree’s Pruning Harvesting Using the Greek Modified Mulcher Fotopoulos FSR2000, Machine Performances and Biomass Quality Evaluation

Session reference: 1DV.1.14
Christina HOWARD
University of British Columbia, Forest Resources Management Dpt., CANADA

Potential for Climate Change Mitigation in B.C.: Utilizing Harvest Residues for the Production of Regional Heat and Liquid Biofuels

Session reference: 1DV.1.15
Pilar ROMERO MUñOZ
University of Extr, Department of Mechanical, Energetic and Materials. Industrial Engineering School., SPAIN

Waste Use from Cork Industry Carbon Footprint

Session reference: 1DV.1.16
Alberto ASSIRELLI
CREA - Research Center for Engineering & Agro-Food Processing, ITALY

A Novel Approach to Direct Field Separation of Almond Hulls

Session reference: 1DV.1.18
Salvatore FAUGNO
Università di Napoli Federico II, Department of Agricultural Sciences, ITALY

Evaluation of Arachis Hypogaea as New Multipurpose Crop for Central-Sud Italy

Session reference: 1DV.1.19
Shady HASSAN
Technological University Dublin, School of Food Science and Environmental Health, IRELAND

Optimization of Process Conditions Using Response Surface Methodology for Fermentable Sugars Release from Ultrasound Pretreated Brewers’ Spent Grain

Session reference: 1DV.1.20
Luigi PARI
CREA- Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Centro di ricerca Ingegneria e Trasformazioni agroalimentari, ITALY

Innovative Solution for Sugarcane Straw Recovery

Session reference: 1DV.1.23
Paola CETERA
Council for Agricultural Research and Economics (CREA-IT), Research Centre for Engineering and Agro-Food Processing, ITALY

From Biomass of Poplar Utilizations to Byproducts

Session reference: 1DV.1.24
Jordan TALLEC
Capacites, FRANCE

Integrated Approach to Microalgae Cultivation as an Urban Wastewater Treatment Step

Session reference: 1DV.1.25
Baiba IEVINA
Riga Technical University, Institute of Energy systems and environment,, LATVIA

Effect of Light Intensity on the Growth of Three Microalgae in Laboratory Batch Cultures

Session reference: 1DV.1.26
Maria Dolores CURT
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Agricultural Production Dpt., SPAIN

The Resilience of Typha Domingensis Pers. To Nutrient-Depleted Water in a Floating Biomass Production System

Session reference: 1DV.1.27
Jan WALTER
Freiberg University of Mining and Technology, Institute of Chemical Technology, GERMANY

Valorisation of Industrial Wastewater Streams Containing Metal-Organic Residues

Session reference: 1DV.1.28
Pedro HARO
Universidad de Sevilla, Chemical and Environmental Engineering Dpt., SPAIN

Techno-Economic and Environmental Analysis of Pyrolysis, Gasification and Incineration Waste-to-Energy Technologies: Application to Mediterranean Regions

Session reference: 1DV.1.29
Mohammad Shafiqul ISLAM
University of Alberta, Mechanical Engineering Dpt., CANADA

An Integrated GIS-based Framework for Optimal Siting of Biorefineries

Session reference: 1DV.1.30
Ioana IONEL
Politehnica University of Timisoara, Mechanical Engineering Dpt., ROMANIA

Bio-Energy from Municipal Waste - A Potential Economic and Friendly Environmental Solution in Romania

Session reference: 1DV.1.31
Edgar A. SILVEIRA
University of Brasilia, Mechanical Engineering Dpt., BRAZIL

Torrefaction of Lignocellulosic Municipal Solid Waste: Thermal Upgrade for Energy Use

Session reference: 1DV.1.34
Aaron BROWN
University of Leeds, School of Chemical and Process Engineering, UNITED KINGDOM

BEFWAM-Bioenergy, Fertiliser And Clean Water from Invasive Aquatic Macrophytes

Session reference: 1DV.1.35
Javier CENCERRERO
UCLM, Organic, SPAIN

Biofuel precursors from microwave catalytic conversion of lignocellulosic agri-food industrial wastes.

Session reference: 1DV.1.38
Simone PEDRAZZI
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, of Engineering "Enzo Ferrari" - Bio Energy Efficiency Laboratory (BEELAB), ITALY

Gas Consumption and Growth Performance of N. Oleoabundans in the 30 L Photobioscrubber

Session reference: 1DV.1.45
Thursday, 09 July 2020
Room: Poster Hall
10:10 - 11:10
Session code: 1DV.2 Decarbonising the Economy with Biomass Crops
Session Description

This poster session brings together agronomic, physiologic and environmental research on biomass crops to support a decarbonised economy.



Chair & Moderator


Myrsini CHRISTOU , Center for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving, Biomass Dpt., GREECE





Benoit GABRIELLE , AgroParisTech - INRAE, Functional Ecology of Agro-Ecosystems Dpt., FRANCE





PRESENTERS
Leandro GOMES
FCT NOVA, PORTUGAL

Combining Camelina Sativa Production with Phytodepuration of Contaminated Effluents Obtained in Hydrothermal Carbonization Processes - An Opportunistic Approach

Session reference: 1DV.2.1
Simone BERGONZOLI
CREA, CREA-IT, ITALY

Effect of Wood Debranching on Eucalyptus Storage Performance

Session reference: 1DV.2.2
Simone BERGONZOLI
CREA, CREA-IT, ITALY

Giant Reed Storage, Assessment of Comminuted Biomass Behaviour

Session reference: 1DV.2.3
Vincenzo ALFANO
CREA - Consiglio per la ricerca in agricoltura e l’analisi dell’economia agraria, ITALY

Seed Losses Evaluation during Hemp Harvesting with a Modified Combine Header

Session reference: 1DV.2.4
Michal KRZYZANIAK
Biowarmia Bioenergia - Biosurowce Michal Krzyzaniak, POLAND

Camelina: The Multipurpose Oil Crop Cultivated on Marginal Land in the North-Eastern Poland

Session reference: 1DV.2.5
Carina GUNNARSSON
RISE Agrifood and Bioscience, SWEDEN

Broadening of the Raw Material Base for Straw Based Ethanol Production by Adding Ley in the Crop Rotation

Session reference: 1DV.2.6
Leandro GOMES
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, PORTUGAL

Switchgrass Cultivation Potential in Soils Contaminated with Heavy Metals

Session reference: 1DV.2.7
Thomas HABAS
ENGIE, FRANCE

Towards Regional Recommendations for Energy Cover Crops in Double Cropping Systems A New Stakeholder Collaboration

Session reference: 1DV.2.11
Berta Lúcia CUMBANE
FCT - Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Ciencias e Tecnologia da Biomassa Dpt., PORTUGAL

Comparing the Growth and Yield of Kenaf (Hibiscus Cannabinus L.) Produced in Two Different Climatic Types in Soils Contaminated by Zinc, Copper, Chromium and Lead

Session reference: 1DV.2.12
Mariusz STOLARSKI
BioWarmia Bioenergia i Biosurowce (3B), POLAND

Selected Non-Food Crops Cultivated For Industrial and Energy Purposes in Poland

Session reference: 1DV.2.14
Moritz VON COSSEL
University of Hohenheim, Biobased Products and Energy Crops Dpt., GERMANY

Methane Yield Potential of Miscanthus Established under Maize

Session reference: 1DV.2.15
Moritz VON COSSEL
University of Hohenheim, Biobased Products and Energy Crops Dpt., GERMANY

Biomass from Perennial Wild Plant Mixtures - Lessons from 10 Years of Research and Practice

Session reference: 1DV.2.16
Moritz VON COSSEL
University of Hohenheim, Biobased Products and Energy Crops Dpt., GERMANY

Methane Yield Performance of Perennial Wild Plant Species Common Tansy, Common Knapweed and Mugwort

Session reference: 1DV.2.17
Paola CETERA
Council for Agricultural Research and Economics (CREA-IT), Research Centre for Engineering and Agro-Food Processing, ITALY

How Different Forest Management Options Affect Woody Biomass Quality?

Session reference: 1DV.2.18
Enrico SANTANGELO
CREA, Research Centre for Engineering and Agro-Food Processing, ITALY

Effect of Groundwater Level on Giant Reed (Arundo Donax, L.) Plants Grown in Mesocosms

Session reference: 1DV.2.20
Walter STEFANONI
CREA-IT, ITALY

Cultivation Of Castor in Romania: A Case of Study

Session reference: 1DV.2.21
Danilo SCORDÌA
University of Catania, Dip. Di3A, ITALY

Is the Salinity Stress Mitigated by Fertilization Treatment on Perennial Energy Grasses?

Session reference: 1DV.2.25
Danilo SCORDÌA
University of Catania, Dip. Di3A, ITALY

Advanced Biomethane Production by Arundo Donax Under Changing Harvest Time and Nitrogen Fertilization

Session reference: 1DV.2.26
Danilo SCORDÌA
University of Catania, Dip. Di3A, ITALY

Biomass Yield and Quality of Several Lignocellulosic Perennial Grasses on Marginal Land

Session reference: 1DV.2.28
Sebastiano Andrea CORINZIA
Università degli Studi di Catania, Di3A, ITALY

Biomethane Potential of an Old Plantation of Giant Reed Clones With Two Irrigation Levels

Session reference: 1DV.2.29
Marina SANZ GALLEGO
CIEMAT, Biomass Unit, SPAIN

Biomass Yield of Siberian Elm Under Different Crop Conditions on Marginal Agricultural Land

Session reference: 1DV.2.31
David MOSTAZA-COLADO
IMIDRA, Agroenvironmental Research, SPAIN

Camelina Sativa (L.) Crantz Seed Germination: Measurement of the Germination Potencial Under Different Temperatures.

Session reference: 1DV.2.38
Inés BAUTISTA CARRASCOSA
IMIDRA, AgroEnvironmental Research Dpt., SPAIN

Effects of Different Iba Concentrations on Rooting Capacity of Three Elm Species: Ulmus Minor Mill., Ulmus Laevis Pall. and Ulmus Pumila L.

Session reference: 1DV.2.39
Inés BAUTISTA CARRASCOSA
IMIDRA, AgroEnvironmental Research Dpt., SPAIN

Planting Ulmus Pumila L. In Midd Autumn: How Many Cuttings of Siberian Elm and What Types Can We Get for Rooting and Nursery Production

Session reference: 1DV.2.40

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