The participants will have a vision about what is algae biorefinery and what is the current status with input about the present key players and emerging projects. In recent years, ever-increasing socio-economic awareness, and negative impact of excessive petro consumption have redirected the research interests towards bio-resources such as algal-based biomass. In order to meet current bio-economy challenges to produce high-value multiple products at a time, new integrated processes in research and development are necessary. Though various strategies have been posited for conversion of algal-based biomass to fuel and fine chemicals, none of them has been proved as economically viable and energetically feasible. Therefore, a range of other bio-products needs to be pursued. In this context, the algal bio-refinery concept has appeared with notable solution to recover multiple products from a single operation process.
Time: 13.00 – 19.00 h (CET)
13.00 Opening and Webinar welcome and EABA presentation (5 min) – Jean-Paul Cadoret
Aim and framework of this technical webinar by the Chair (5 min) – Franck Hennequart (Algaia)
13.10 Pitch presentations from each participant in a row (1 minute for each participant)
14.30 Global review about Algae biorefineries (30 min) – Franck Hennequart (Algaia)
15.15 The science & technology– 10 min + 5 Q&A
15.15 Hydrothermal Treatment (HTT) of Microalgae: Evaluation of the Process As Conversion Method in an Algae Biorefinery Concept – Wim Brilman (TU Twente)
15.30 Multiproduct microalgae biorefineries mediated by Ionic Liquids – Michel H.M. Eppink (WUR)
15.45 A Biorefinery Approach to the Biomass of the Seaweed Undaria pinnatifida (Harvey Suringar, 1873): Obtaining Phlorotannins-Enriched Extracts for Wound Healing Carolina A.M. Ferreira (Politécnico de Leiria)
16.00 Advances in Extraction Methods to Recover Added-Value Compounds from Seaweeds: Sustainability and Functionality – Gabriela S. Matos (Centre of Biological Engineering)
16.15 “Integral valorization of Sargassum muticum in biorefineries” – Herminia Domínguez (University of Vigo)
Industrial case studies – 10 min + 5 Q&A
17.00 SCALE Biorefinery – Microphyt –Vincent Usache
17.15 Greensea Biorefinery – Spiralg –Thibaut Michel
17.30 MULTISTR3AM – A4F – Mariana Doria
17.45 Algaia – Franck Hennequart
18.00 Origin by Ocean – Mikael Westerlund
18.45 Closure Jean-Paul Cadoret
19.00 End of the webinar
€ 195 regular
€ 150 for EABA members
50% increase for tickets booked within the last 10 days.
We also offer packages for EABA members and non-members. First you book one webinar and you have the option to upsell with these packages.
For non members:
One invoice and you inform us which webinars you want to attend (the conferences are excluded from the packages). With the packages you can participate in webinars and flash webinars. You can indicate which ones you want to attend and can also send a colleague.
No VAT is charged. Payment per credit card or Ideal. Invoice provided.
When you need an invoice to make a bank transfer, fill out all details in the registration form and send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The invoice can be prepared by the organisers. Please note: all payments have to be made before the start of the webinar.
Click on the button below to register. You’ll be redirected to the registration page https://www.aanmelder.nl/124221. This page will open in a new window.ThibaWin1
Franck Hennequart (Algaia)