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Why?

The European Algae Biomass Association (EABA) aims to promote a strong link between science, technology and business in the algae biomass sector. Fermentation is a cost-effective way to produce microalgae biomass. lt is very relevant to bring together the main stakeholders for knowledge exchange and cotlaboration and to learn from other industrial fermentation practices.

The workshop has a compact format and will provide
a platform to exchange experiences with industrial fermentation bewteeen users and those interested to learn more about it. All the participants will have the opportunity to present and ask questions following the workshop format. There will be minutes or summary from the event with the key conclusions for each panel.

Programme

September 17

09:30 Welcome and EABA Presentation. Why this technical webinar? 
Jean Paul Cadoret – President EABA

09:40 All about algae fermentation: Comments and Q&A Management
Richard van Kranenburg (Corbion) and Reza Ranjbar (CPI)

10:10 Who are you? Pitch Presentations (Max. 2 minutes) (the objective is that all the participants know who are the others and what they do)

11:00 Coffee-break

11:20 Who are you? Pitch Presentations Part II (Max. 2 minutes)

12:40 Virtual tour through CPI – www.uk-cpi.com

13:00 Lunch break  – Opportunity for networking – time for a walk and some food

13:40 The science and technology
  • Comparison between autotrophic and heterotrophic – Maria Barbosa (The Netherlands) 
  • The experience from Solazyme, Allmicroalgae and beyond – www.fermspot.com – 
    Rui Gomes (Portugal) 
  • New fermentation bioreactor – www.brevel.co.il – Yonatan Golan (Israel)
  • The Biorea experience – www.biorea.fr  – Sylvain Carcelle (France)
  • Fermentation bioprocess development – Biotrend – www.biotrend.pt – 
    Bruno Sommer Ferreira (Portugal)

     

15:20 Coffee break – opportunity for networking in the chat

15:40 The production and applications
  • Maximizing CAPEX yield (title to be confirmed) – www.heliae.com – Malena Amezquita (USA)
  • Fermentalg phycocyanin from Galdieria sulfuraria – www.fermentalg.com – Hywel Griffiths (France) 
  • Corbion Fermentation Technologies and products – www.corbion.com – Packo Lamers
    (The Netherlands) 
  • Chlorella production – Roquette Klötze – www.algomed.com – Jörg Ullmann (Germany)
  • From fermentation to consumer products – Duplaco – www.duplaco.com – Marcel Oogink
    (The Netherlands)

     

  • The opportunities for microalgae fermentation in the Asian Market –
    www. sophiesbionutrients.com – Eugene Wang (Singapore)
 
 Workshop conclusions and closure 

17:35 Workshop conclusions

17:45 Workshop closure

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  • A4F – ALGAFUEL
  • ABO
  • AlgaEnergy S.A.
  • AlgaePARC
  • Algalif
  • ALGAMA FOODS
  • Algaria
  • AlgaSpring B.V.
  • Algen d.o.o.
  • Algreen B.V.
  • Allmicroalgae
  • Natural Products S.A
  • ARCTIC DIATOM AS
  • Astaco Technologies BV
  • Auburn university
  • Ben-Gurion University of Negev
  • BioRea
  • BioTrend
  • Brevel
  • Bühler AG, Corporate Technology
  • Centre for Process Innovation (CPI)
  • Corbion
  • Czar Salt
  • Duplaco
  • EABA
  • EABA-association.org
  • Enereco Spa
  • European Commission
  • European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)
  • Fermentalg
  • FermSpot
  • Firglas
  • GNT Group B.V.
  • Greentech Innovators AS
  • Groupe Roullier
  • GYRO / Soumshine Consulting
  • Heliae
  • Impact Ingredients BV
  • Le Trusque
  • Metal Production & Rocket cluster
  • Microganic GmbH
  • NatuRem Bioscience
  • Neste
  • Novosana
  • NTU
  • Ocean Rainforest
  • RDS Partners
  • Roquette Klötze GmbH & Co. KG
  • Saalbio Refineries ([ty) Ltd
  • Sea & Sun Technology GmbH
  • SILAB
  • Sophie’s BioNutrients
  • Unilever R&D
  • Univ. of Copenhagen/Dept. of Food Science
  • University of Hohenheim
  • Varicon Aqua
  • WUR
Richard van Kranenburg
Reza Ranjbar

Outcomes

New contacts to your network
Wish list for EABA actions related activities
Identification of emerging trends

More information

This workshop model was successfully used in 6 EABA Workshops in 2019. It is not a conference, but rather a unique opportunity for learning and sharing knowing the key players.

 

Workshop Chair:

  • Richard van Kranenburg, EABA Steering Board Member, Head of Regulatory Algae Ingredients & Biotechnology Innovation at Corbion, The Netherlands.
  • Co-Chair: Reza Ranjbar, Head of Technology- Biotechnology BUCPI, UK

 

Workshop coordination:

  • Jean-Paul Cadoret – President of EABA, CSO ALGAMA Foods, France
  • Vítor Verdelho – General Manager of EABA; Council Member of the Executive Committee of ISAP – International Society for Applied Phycology; Member of the Board A4F – Algae for Future, sa, Portugal

 

Workshop organization and logistics:

Christie de Vrij – Building on Events – christie@buildingonevents.com

EABA President Jean Paul Cadoret

contact us

Email us at info@algaeworkshops.org, or fill in the form below.