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Thursday, February 11, 2016

11/02/2016: European Algae Biomass 2016: Register before 29 February and save UK£185!

http://www.wplgroup.com/aci/event/european-algae-biomass-conference/
European Algae Biomass 2016 will take place on 20th & 21st April in Berlin, Germany.

The conference chair and two new speakers have been announced: 
   

  • Peter Van Den Dorpel, CEO, AlgaeLink (Conference Chair)
  • Eugène J.A. Roebroeck, CEO, LGem
  • Joan Garcia, Head of Hydraulics Department, Maritime and Environmental Engineering, Polytechnic University of Catalonia
Key Topics Include:
  • Culture management & crop protection
  • Cultivation systems productivity: limits of heterotrophy vs autotrophy and the role of mixotrophy
  • Optimisation of biomass extraction – downstream processing still a big issue
  • Algae research, development, demonstration & deployment projects
  • European regulation regarding microalgae addressed to feed, food and nutraceuticals
  • Moving from R&D – how to attract investments necessary to upscale
  • What are the most successful algae products in Europe and worldwide?
  • Microalgae as a sustainable way to treat wastewater
Exclusive dual site visit - 19th & 21st April 2016
During the afternoon of 19th April 2016 a limited number of conference attendees will receive a unique opportunity to visit Technical University Berlin – Wildau Algae Facility and during the afternoon of 21st April (Conference Day 2) the EUREF campus site visit will take place before lunch. There is no extra charge to attend the site visits, but spaces are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis. Please register your attendance for the site visits when booking for the conference.

Download the agenda HERE
Read more and register HERE.


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