Call for Abstracts
The 5th Doctoral Colloquium BIOENERGY will take place on 13th and 14th September 2022 at DBFZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbH in Leipzig.
This CALL FOR ABSTRACTS AND POSTERS takes place in order to determine the programme of the 5th Doctoral Colloquium BIOENERGY. We invite all interested scientists at an advanced stage of their PhD to submit their work.
The event language is English. Each session will include four presentation slots, spit into 15 minutes for the presentation and 10 minutes of discussion time each. In addition to the poster exhibition, all accepted posters shall be presented during a poster speed presentation. The best poster will be awarded during the closing session of the colloquium. Further networking opportunities, such as get-in-touch sessions, are planned. A keynote speech on a groundbreaking topic will round off the programme. Details on the programme can be found on our website. The programme committee will evaluate all submitted abstracts and decide on their acceptance.
Submit an abstract of your research work for either an oral presentation or a poster by 16 May 2022 via our submission form.
Tomorrow‘s knowledge and decision-makers are invited to meet, to share knowledge and discuss research gaps
and challenges already today. The 5th Doctoral Colloquium BIOENERGY offers you this platform for professional
exchange in the field of bioenergy. Generally, students doing their PhD in the field of bioenergy and at an advan-
ced stage of their work are cordially invited to present their scientific results, methods and findings
Topics and themes Include, but are not limited to
SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE BASE
• Sustainable biomass feedstocks
• Waste as feedstock
• Environmental impacts
BIOENERGY SYSTEM ANALYSIS (INCL. TECHNICAL INTEGRATION)
• Biomass production and provision
• Bioenergy integration in energy and bioeconomy systems
• Bioenergy & climate
• Bioenergy & sustainability
• System integration
• Solid conversion products
• Feedstock composition
• New processes & products
• Microbial processes
• Optimisation & efficiency
• Monitoring & control
• Climate neutrality
BIOREFINERIES (INCL. BIOFUELS)
• Overall value chains
• Biorefineries as multiproduct plants for biobased products and bioenergy sources
• Biorefineries as part of SynBioPTX as well as BECCS approaches
• E-mobility and biofuels
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