Agenda

Tuesday, September 14th, 2021

8:00 a.m.Transfer to FTU
8:30 a.m. Statements to Keynote lecture
PhD students present result of group work

 

Parallel sessions

 
9:30 a.m.

Biochemical Conversion

Moderation: Prof. Dr. mont. Michael Nelles, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Achim Loewen

Sustainable Resource Base

Moderation: Dr. Omar Hijazi, PD Dr. Kurt Möller
 Interaction between Geobacter spp. dominated biofilms and methanogens from anaerobic digestion
Daniel Dzofou Ngoumelah, University of Leipzig / DBFZ
Potential of Agricultural Residues and Current Problems in Biogas Industry in China
Yingmu Chang, University of Leipzig / DBFZ
 The use of biomagnetism for biogas production from sugar beet pulp
Mattheus de Oliveira Pessoa, TU Berlin
Spatial Modelling Tools to identify potential bioenergy hotspots for Deployment in UK
Muhammad Naveed Arshad, Aberystwyth University
 Single-stage fixed bed methanation reactor for biogas upgrading
Karin Salbrechter, Montanuniversität Leoben
 
11:10 a.m.Coffee Break 
11:30 a.m.Get-in-touch - World Café 
13:00 p.m.Lunch, Fingerfood Buffet 

Parallel sessions

 
14:00 p.m.

Biorefineries / Biofuels

Moderation: Prof. Dr. Andrea Kruse, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Garderer

Thermochemical conversion

Moderation: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Georg Quicker, Prof. Dr.-Ing Jürgen Karl
 Integrating bio-oils into petrochemical refineries
Michael Bampaou, University of Thessaloniki
Performance of the CFD  model  of  the  pyrolysis of  a  single  cylindrical  and  spherical maple wood particles in a thermally thick regime over a range of temperatures and sizes
Przemyslaw Maziarka, University of Hohenheim
 Fischer-Tropsch synthesis for biogas upgrading
Sebastian Dietrich, TU Berlin / DBFZ
Optimisation of low temperature, aqueous pyrolysis condensates for downstream microbial conversion
George Kofi Parku, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
 Investigations on the influence of sulfur-containing salts on HTL of black liquor by using model mixtures
Maximilian Wörner, Karlsruhe Intitute of Technology
Behavior of sulfur in biomass under hydrothermal conditions: removal strategy for catalytic processes
Chang Cheng, Paul Scherrer Institute
 Separation and valorization of hemicellulose from lignocellulose hydrolysate streams by membrane filtration and adsorption
Roy Nitzsche, TU Berlin / DBFZ
Reduction of nitric oxide emissions by means of selective non catalytic reduction in a small-scale fluidized-bed combustion-system
Julian Nix, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen/Nürnberg
15:40 p.m.Poster award 

15:50 p.m.

Conclusion and Farewell
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Daniela Thrän, DBFZ / Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ / University of Leipzig

 
16.00 p.m.Transfer to Karlsruhe Main Station