Friday, June 6

09.00-10.30 — Parallel Sessions

7A - Case studies / Pilot plants

Biobased monomers production in organic acid biorefineries
André B. de Haan, Corbion, NL
Socio-economic challenges of developing a bio-based economy - The case of Germany
Nadine Pannicke, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, DE
Recovery of hemicelluloses and production of valuable monomeric compounds from hot water extracts of wood
Mari Kallioinen, Lappeenranta University of Technology, FI
Environmental analysis of the Iso-Butanol Platform Rotterdam Project (IBPR): A sugar beet based biorefinery
John A. Posada, Utrecht University, NL

7B - Environmental biotech

Biotechnology for clean biofuels production: The role of fungi and their enzymes
Maria Jesús Martínez, CSIC Madrid, ES
Supercritical CO2 extraction of the lipids produced by microalgae Chlorella protothecoides under heterotrophic growth

Miguel Viguera, University of Madrid, ES

Sugarcane-to-ethanol biorefinery: Protein-rich fungal biomass production on vinasse for animal feed and organic food applications
Samir Kumar Khanal, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, US
Biogas upgrading coupled with nutrient removal from centrates and lipid accumulation using microalgae-based processes
Esther Posadas, University of Valladolid, ES

7C - Valorisation of biomass waste streams (II)

Continuous fermentation and in-situ reed separation of butyric acid for higher sugar consumption rate and productivity
George Nabin Baroi, Aalborg University Copenhagen, DK
Arabinose, xylitol and ethanol production from corn fibre in a biorefinery concept based on the diverse action of candida boidinii

Csaba Fehér, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, HU

Biorefinery and the potential of proteins from side streams
Wilhelmus J. Mulder, Wageningen University, NL
Techno-economic assessment of hydrogen production from sugarcane waste
Jonathan Moncada, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, CO

12.15-13.45 — Parallel Sessions

8A - Metabolic engineering and fermentation processes

Yeast as platform for biopolymer production
Jochen Förster, Technical University of Denmark, DK
Bringing new-to-nature biosurfactants to the market
Sophie Roelants, Ghent University, BE
Zygosaccharomyces bailii strain talf1 inulinases/invertases towards enhanced bioprocesses

Susana Paixao, LNEG, PT

Production of polyhydroxyalkanoates by halomonas boliviensis from first generation bioethanol streams

María García-Torreiro, University of Santiago de Compostela, ES 

8B - Micro and macro algae technology

An integrated approach for complete valorization of microalgae for commodity products
Emilio Molina Grima, University of Almería, ES
Microalgae harvesting for biorefineries valorisations — Scale up of an autoflocculation-flotation process
Alexandre Besson, LISBP, FR
Is carbohydrates solubilisation a key parameter on methane production enhancement using microalgae biomass?
Cristina Gonzalez-Fernandez, IMDEA Energy, ES
Biorefinery of seaweed (or macro algae): Which way to go?
Paulien Harmsen, Wageningen University, NL 

8C - Pretreatment and transformation of lignocellulosics (III)

Comparison jet biofuel production from first and second generation feedstocks
Valentina Aristizabal Marulanda, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, CO
Influence of thermal steam explosion pretreatment on the anaerobic methane potential of wheat straw and pig manure
Sara Isabel Pérez-Elvira, University of Valladolid, ES 
Production of value-added products from olive stone and olive tree pruning: A techno – economic comparison
Eulogio Castro Galiano, Jaén University, ES
Pretreatment of short rotation coppice species Salix schwerinii and its use for biorefinery purposes such as anaerobic butanol fermentation
Suvi Kuittinen, University of Eastern Finland, FI