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Jan 17, 2018 at 10:22

El Copa y la Cogeca han instado a los eurodiputados a ser coherentes con la línea adoptada por los ministros europeos en relación con la propuesta de la Comisión Europea relativa al fomento de las fuentes de energía renovables (FER), Dietrich Klein, presidente del grupo de trabajo «Bioenergía» del Copa y de la Cogeca, ha dicho “Ya que se espera que al menos el 80 % de los nuevos vehículos continuarán teniendo un motor de combustión interna, el sector del transporte europeo dependerá de los carburantes líquidos después de 2020.

Mar 19, 2013 at 11:09
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Program

TUESDAY, 9TH APRIL

16.30 h

Registration and poster set-up

WEDNESDAY, 10TH APRIL

8.30 h

Registration opens

10.00 h

Opening ceremony

10.30

PLENARY SESSION. OPENING LECTURE. Carmen Millán. ABENGOA BIOENERGY'S ENZYMATIC HYDROLYSIS TECHNOLOGY: FROM BIOFUELS TO BIOBASED-BIOREFINERIES

11.00

Coffee break

SESSION 1. BIOMASS FOR BIOREFINERIES. Luis Duarte, LNEG, Lisboa, Portugal;

Jorge Enrique López, Universidad del Valle, Colombia

11.30

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Juan Carlos Villar, INIA - CIFOR, Madrid, Spain. SUSTAINABLE PULPING AND BIOREFINERY OF LIGNOCELLULOSE

12.00

A biorefinery based on seeds and vegetable residues with an industrial ecology vision. Luis G. Torres, UPIBI-IPN, Mexico

12.10

Cactus prickly biomass inserted in a biorefinery scheme for biogas production. Dietmar Rössel Kipping, Colegio de Postgraduados, Mexico

12.20

Pretreatment of extracted olive pomace for bioethanol production. Maria Conceição Fernandes, CEBAL/Instituto Politécnico de Beja, Beja, Portugal

12.30

Extracción de pectina a partir de pulpa de tejocote (Crataegus mexicana). Antonio Hench Cabrera, Universidad Politécnica de Puebla, Mexico

12.40

Olive tree pruning fractionation by one-step alkaline extrusion. Mª José Negro, CIEMAT, Spain

SESSION 2. BIOREFINERY PROCESSES. Florbela Carvalheiro, LNEG, Lisboa, Portugal; Alexis Ferrer, Universidad del Zulia, Venezuela

12.50

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Alfredo Martínez, UNAM, Mexico. BIOFUELS AND BIOCHEMICALS FROM WASTES AND METABOLIC ENGINEERED BACTERIA

13.20

Chemical pretreatment integration with the enzyme production for a low water consuming hydrolysis process to obtain glucose or isolated polymers from wheat straw. Adán Mejía-López, Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico

13.30

Optimization of fermentation conditions for ethanol production by Pichia stipitis ATCC 58376 in sunflower meal hemicellulosic hydrolysate. Luciane Sene, Western Paraná State University, Brazil

13.45

LUNCH

15.30

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Solange I. Mussatto. University of Minho, Braga, Portugal. CURRENT TECHNOLOGIES, CHALLENGES, GLOBAL MARKET AND PERSPECTIVES OF BIO-ETHANOL PRODUCTION

16.00

Evaluation of hemicellulose hydrolysates biodetoxification on ethanol production by Pichia stipitis. Bruno G. Fonseca, University of São Paulo, Lorena, Brazil

16.10

Biological pretreatment of empty fruit bunch palm for ethanol production. Natalia Gómez-Vanegas, Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia

16.20

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Susana Camarero, Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas-CSIC, Madrid, Spain. WOOD-ROT FUNGI AND LIGNINOLYTIC OXIDO-REDUCTASES AS BIOTECHNOLOGICAL TOOLS FOR THE CONVERSION OF BIOMASS

16.50

Advanced sunflower-based biorefinery. Apostolis Koutinas, Agricultural University of Athens, Greece

SPECIAL SESSION CO2ALGAEFIX. VALORIZATION OF MICROALGAE BIOMASS.

17.00

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Emilio Molina, Universidad de Almería, Spain

17.20

An integrated approach for valorization of microalgae biomass. F. García-Cuadra, Universidad de Almería, Spain

17.30

At-line monitoring flow cytometric approach for carotenoid, lipid and stress response detection in yeasts. Alberto Reis, LNEG, Lisbon, Portugal

17.30

Fully integrated low-cost production systems and process towards real microalgae biorefineries? Concept, applications and future directions. Teresa Lopes da Silva. Laboratório Nacional de Energia e Geologia, Lisbon, Portugal

17.40

Biodiesel production from valorization of microalgae biomass. Javier Velasco, Neol Biosolutions, SA, Granada, Spain

17.50

CO2 Algaefix. From lab scale to demonstration. Bernardo Llamas, Algaenergy

Poster session

18.00-19.30

Poster session, Topics 1, 2 and 3

SOCIAL PROGRAM

21.00

Night Visit to the Cathedral

21.30

Tapas-tour

THURSDAY, 11TH APRIL

9.00

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Pedro Ollero, University of Seville, Spain. THERMOCHEMICAL BIOREFINERIES: CONCEPT, ACTUAL STATUS AND PERSPECTIVES

9.30

Thermochemical biorefineries: what are and why could be appealing? Pedro Haro, University of Seville, Spain

9.40

Hydrogen-rich gas production from algae-biomass by low temperature catalytic gasification. Rocío Díaz-Rey, University of Málaga, Spain.

9.50

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Wouter J.J.Huijgen, ECN, The Netherlands. DEVELOPMENT OF A LIGNOCELLULOSE BIOREFINERY CONCEPT BASED ON ORGANOSOLV PRETREATMENT

10.20

Lignin valorisation in a thermochemical biorefinery. Paul de Wild, ECN, The Netherlands

SESSION 3. BIOTECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS AND BIOPRODUCTS. Idania Valdez, Universidad de Guanajuato, México; Silvio Vaz Jr., EMBRAPA, Brasilia, Brazil

10.30

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Juan Carlos Parajó, Universidad de Vigo, Spain. STRATEGIES FOR THE VALORIZATION OF PINE WOOD HEMICELLULOSES

11.00

Coffee break

11.30

Kinetic parameters estimation in an anaerobic digestion process using differential evolution method. Enma A. Jáuregui Medina, Universidad Autónoma de Nayarit, Mexico

11.40

Second generation biofuel production by zeolite catalysis and added-value products assessment. Anna Artigues, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain

11.50

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Robert Dekker, Biorefining Research Institute, Lakehead University, Ontario, Canada. ENZYMATIC DEMETHYLATION OF KRAFT LIGNIN USING BOTRYOSPHAERIA RHODINA LACCASE: APPLICATION IN PHENOL-FORMALDEHYDE POLYMERS

12.20

Coupled hydrolysis-fermentation strategies for the production of ethanol from cellulosic substrates. Julio Polaina, IATA, Valencia, Spain

12.30

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Calliope Panoutsou, Imperial College, UK. SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE SUPPLY FOR MEETING THE RED 2020 TARGETS IN EU27

13.00

Recovery of polyphenols from carob kibbles using mild water extraction. Mohamad Almanasrah, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland

13.10

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Lisbeth Olsson, University of Chalmers, Sweden.

ROBUST MICROORGANISMS AND ROBUST PROCESSES – THE KEY TO SUCCESSFUL LIGNOCELLULOSE BASED ETHANOL PRODUCTION?

13.45

LUNCH

15.30

Variables to influence on diluted chemical hydrolysis of sugarcane residues (tops and leaves). Luz Marina Flórez Pardo, Universidad Autónoma de Occidente, Cali, Colombia

15.40

Improved variants of GH51 alpha-L-arabinofuranosidase from Pleurotus ostreatus for lignocellulose conversion. Vincenza Faraco, University of Naples , Italy

SESSION 4. EXPERIENCES ON PILOT, DEMONSTRATION AND INDUSTRIAL SCALE PLANTS. ECONOMICS AND FINANCIAL ASPECTS. Arturo Sánchez, CINVESTAV, Mexico; Maria das Graças Felipe, Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil

15.50

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Ismael U. Nieves, University of Florida, USA. SCALE-UP OF DILUTE PHOSPHORIC-ACID PRETREATMENT OF SUGARCANE BAGASSE.

16.20

“Green” triterpenic acids production in a Eucalyptus wood pulp mill. Rui M.A. Domingues, University of Aveiro, Portugal

16.30

Obtaining barcoded xylose fermenting strains for ethanol production at industrial scale. Elia Tomas, Chalmers University, Sweden

16.40

Process design and economic analysis of bioethanol production from olive tree pruning. Zsolt Barta, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary

16.50

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Javier Velasco, Neol Biosolutions, Granada, Spain. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES OF INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY IN BIOREFINERY DEVELOPMENT

17.20

Furfural production from eucalyptus and wheat straw: optimization and comparison of the obtained compounds. Mª Trinidad García, University of Huelva, Spain

17.30

Optimization of alkaline wash treatment for biopretreated wheat straw. Thelmo Lu-Chau, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain

17.40

CROPBIOREF: Integrated strategy for the upgrading of giant reed (Arundo donax l.) for materials and chemicals. Anatoly A. Shatalov, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal

17.50

Biorefinery based on olive tree and olive oil extraction coproducts. Eulogio Castro, University of Jaén, Spain

Poster session

18.00-19.15

Poster session, Topics 4 and 5

SOCIAL PROGRAM

21.00

Gala dinner

FRIDAY, 12TH APRIL

9.00

2,3-butanediol production from glycerol by Raoultella terrigena CECT 4519. Vanessa Ripoll, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

9.10

Enhancing fermentability of steam-exploded wheat straw by laccase treatment previous SSCF processes at high dry matter consistencies. A.D. Moreno, Instituto IMDEA Energía, Madrid, Spain

9.20

Blueplasma power bio-refinery plants and technology. Mario Araya, BluepasmaPower, Castellón, Spain

9.30

The Sustainability of Biofuels: Economic and Environmental Aspects. Claudinei Andreoli. SIADEB, Brasil

SESSION 5. PUBLIC POLICIES AND PLANNING. SUSTAINABILITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES. Francisco Gírio, LNEG, Portugal; Cristina Schiappaccasse, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile

9.40

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Francisco José Domínguez, IDAE, Madrid, Spain. BIOREFINERY SUSTAINABILITY. ENVIRONMENTAL, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL ISSUES.

10.10

Development and techno-economic evaluation of a biorefinery based on biomass (waste) streams. Nathalie Márquez, Avans University of Applied Sciences, Breda, The Netherlands

10.20

The process analysis method as a tool in the execution of an LCA for a 2G bioethanol production plant. Arturo Sánchez, CINVESTAV, Guadalajara, Mexico

10.30

Biorefinery based on thermal water: synthesis and extraction of pharmaceutical and enviromental compounds. Juan Jacobo Jaramillo, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, sede de Manizales, Colombia

10.40

Coffee break

11.10

KEYNOTE SPEAKER. Mª José Colinet, Agencia Andaluza de la Energía, Sevilla, Spain. STRATEGIC PLANNING OF THE BIOREFINERIES SECTOR

11.40

Optimization of pathways for biorefineries involving the selection of feedstocks, products and processing steps. Pascual Eduardo Murillo-Alvarado, Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo, Morelia, México

11.50

Total costs and energy efficiency of 2G enzymatic ethanol production in medium-scale agriculture sectors. Arturo Sánchez. CINVESTAV, Guadalajara, México

12.00

Concluding remarks. Mercedes Ballesteros, CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain.

12.30

Closing ceremony

16.30

Visit to Úbeda-Baeza

SATURDAY, 13TH APRIL

8.00

Visit to Granada

Calle Horno Puerta de Granada, 23003 Jaén
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