Biorefinery is a key enabling technology for a biobased economy, where fossil raw materials are replaced by renewable resources. All the ins and out of this technology will be explained by researchers of Wageningen UR, the National University of Athens (Greece) and INRA (France) at the European Biorefinery Training School, from 7 till 10 July 2014 in Budapest, Hungary.
Training provided by renowned biorefinery scientists
The European Biorefinery Training School is designed for professionals that are leading the transition to a biobased economy, such as (PhD) researchers, decision makers and business associates. Some Wageningen UR researchers sharing the latest knowledge and developments are Rob Bakker (specialised in biomass fractioning), Richard Gosselink (lignocellulose specialist), Johan Sanders (expert in small-scale biorefinery and the production of biochemicals) and René van Ree (with bioenergy and biofuels as his main field of expertise).
Register here for the third edition of the European Biorefining Training School in Budapest, Hungary from 7 until 10 July, 2014. Until April 20, 2014 registration costs are €650. Thereafter the fee goes up to €750.
The registration fee includes:
- Access to all workshops, presentations, panel discussions and the exhibition area
- Publication of your research and personal profiles in the conference brochure
- Breakfast, lunch, snacks, coffee and other non-alcoholic beverages in the conference centre
- Accommodation from the 6th to the 11th of July
- Admission to welcome ceremony and the closing party
Call for abstracts
Registration for the European Biorefining Training School includes the free option to have your research published in the event brochure. Please upload your abstract during the registration procedure or later by logging in to the registration module.
The concept of the school has been developed and trademarked by three world class research institutes: the National University of Athens (Greece), INRA (France) and Wageningen UR (The Netherlands). The 3rd edition of the school will be organised by Climate KIC Central Hungary.
Climate-KIC is one of the Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs) created in 2010 by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), the EU body tasked with creating sustainable European growth while dealing with the global challenges of our time. Climate-KIC, consisting of companies, academic institutions and public sector organisations, is Europe’s largest public-private innovation partnership focused on mitigating and adapting to climate change.