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WEDNESDAY, 8 JUNE 2011

VISUAL PRESENTATIONS VP T5.1 08:30 - 10:10 International bioenergy trade

VP5.1.2 B. Glavonjic, D. Stojiljkovic, N. Manic University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Republic of Serbia Wood Pellets Market in Serbia - Production and Opportunities for Utilization VP5.1.5 I. Eleftheriadis Centre for Renewable Energy Sources, Pikermi Attiki, Greece Biomass Fuels Market in Greece VP5.1.6 J.B. Holm-Nielsen University of Aalborg, Esbjerg, Denmark S. Kirchovas University of South Denmark, Esbjerg, Denmark Large Scale International Bioenergy Trading. How can this be Realized Under Safe and Sustainable Frame Conditions in a Transition and Paradigm Changing Phase in Internationally Policy Making or Lack of the Same. Are EU - UN - COP Stalling? VP5.1.7 R. Hoefnagels, M. Junginger, A. Faaij University of Utrecht, The Netherlands G. Resch, C. Panzer Vienna University of Technology, Austria Intermodal Transport of Solid Biomass for Energy Purposes in Europe VISUAL PRESENTATION VP T5.3 08:30 - 10:10 Assessment of secondary effects of bioenergy

VP5.3.1 C. Torri, L. Benini, V. Bandini, I. Thomsen University of Bologna - CIRSA, Ravenna, Italy National Wide Assessment of Soil Carbon Sequestration and GHGs Emission Reduction from Agricultural Residues in Italy VP5.3.2 P.M.F. Quist-Wessel, J.W.A. Langeveld Biomass Research, Wageningen, The Netherlands Increasing Eu Oilseed Production to Reduce Import Dependency and Indirect Land Use VP5.3.3 B. Glavonjic, P. Sretenovic, M. Nesic University of Belgrade, Republic of Serbia The Socio-Economic Aspects of Wood Energy Systems in Serbia

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VP5.3.4 J. Unfried University of the Philippines, Quezon City, Germany S. Levchenko, A. Yakushau, A. Grebenkov Joint Institute for Power and Nuclear Research, Minsk, Belarus Water Balance Assessment of a Sustainable Jatropha Cycle - More Water with Biofuels VP5.3.5 P.M.F. Quist-Wessel, J.W.A. Langeveld Biomass Research, Wageningen, The Netherlands Expansion of Sugarcane Production in the Brazilian Cerrado: Impact on Carbon Stock Balances VISUAL PRESENTATION VP T5.4 08:30 - 10:10 Financing of bioenergy projects

VP5.4.1 H. Hahn Fraunhofer IWES, Kassel, Germany B. Kulisic EIHP, Zagreb, Croatia D. Rutz WIP-Renewable Energies, Munich, Germany A. Wellinger, F. Kirchmeyer EBA, Brussels, Belgium K. Sioulas Centre for Renewable Energy Sources, Athens, Greece J. Stambasky CBA, Czech Republic I. Dzene Ekodoma, Riga, Latvia L. Lovrencec RA-Sinergija, Moravske Toplice, Slovenia Republic A. Ofiteru Trinergi Group, Romania Financing Biogas Projects in Central and Eastern Europe VP5.4.2 G.P. Kovacevik Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea, Rome, Italy C. Melis Republic of Italy - Ministry for the Environmen, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia L.T. Nestorovski University of Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia Biomass Use for Energy Production in Macedonia VP5.4.3 L. Roca Fernández-Vizarra RWE Innogy Iberia Biomasa, Alcobendas, Spain Reasons and Barriers for the Underdevelopment of Dedicated Biopower Plants in Spain

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VP5.4.4 T. Rothacher Germany Trade and Invest, Berlin, Germany Investment Opportunities in the German Bioenergy Industry VP5.4.5 W. Hiegl, R. Janssen WIP-Renewable Energies, Munich, Germany Successful Financing of Bioenergy Projects through Heat Contracting VISUAL PRESENTATION VP T5.5 08:30 - 10:10 International cooperation

VP5.5.1 B. Wildegger, A. Schank, M. Hänel, G. Schories TTZ Bremerhaven, Germany M. Köhn ALENSYS Alternative Energiesysteme AG, Erkner, Germany K. Noak HYDRO-AIR international irrigation systems GmbH, Niedergörsdorf, Germany Automated Control and Monitoring System for Wastewater Irrigated Energy Plantations VP5.5.3 N. Szarka German Biomass Research Centre, Leipzig, Germany J. Apolinario National University Hermilio Valdizán, Huánuco, Peru A. Bezama BSB Ingenieros Ltda, Concepción, Chile J. Wolfbauer Montanuniversität Leoben, Leoben, Austria Sustainability Assessment of Energy Scenarios in the Chilean Patagonia by the Development and Application of an Integrated Indicator Assessment Tool VP5.5.4 R. Janssen, D. Rutz WIP-Renewable Energies, Munich, Germany J. Rogat, K. Borch Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark M. Mittelbach, S. Schober University of Graz, Austria J. Vos, A. Thebaud BTG Biomass Technology Group, Enschede, The Netherlands M. Ballesteros, P. Manzanares CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain C. St James Argentine Renewable Energies Chamber, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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S. Coelho, P. Guardabassi CENBIO Brazilian Reference Center on Biomass, Sao Paulo, Brazil G. Aroca, L. Soler Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso, Valparaiso, Chile E. Riegelhaupt, O. Masera, M. Prehn Junquera Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Morelia, Mexico G. Nadal Fundación Bariloche, San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina G. Bravo Fundación Bariloche, Argentina Biofuels Cooperation between Europe and Latin America: Results from the BioTop Project VP5.5.5 S.M. Storini Gonzalez Velázquez, J.R. Moreira, S.M. Apolinario Santos, S. Teixeits Coelho Brazilian Reference Center on Biomass, São Paulo, Brazil R. Janssen, D. Rutz WIP-Renewable Energies, Munich, Germany Project Best - Bioethanol for Sustainable Transport and the Public Policies of Encouragement to Ethanol Usage VP5.5.6 M. Pérez-Fortes, P. Arranz-Piera, E. Velo, L. Puigjaner Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Barcelona, Spain J.M. Laínez School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Spain Bio-Based Sustainable Supply Chain Modelling for Rural Electrification VP5.5.8 T.T. Al-Shemmeri, S. Oberweis Staffordshire University, Stafford, United Kingdom ARBOR - Accelerating Renewable Energies through Valorisation of Biogenic Organic Raw Material VP5.5.9 S.G. Aquino Mariano Marcos State University, Batac City, Philippines Gender Mapping in the Biomass Energy Sectors in Northern Philippines VP5.5.11 A. Kumar, P. Kunal Emergent Ventures India, Gurgaon, India Pitfalls of Biomass Assessment in India VP5.5.13 M.M. Islam Sun Corporation, Dhaka, Bangladesh Biomass Energy Situation in Bangladesh: A Country Review

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VP5.5.14 I. Ionel Politechnical University of Timisoara, Romania Bio-energy from Short Rotation Coppice as Source for the 2030 Vision of District Heating VISUAL PRESENTATIONS VP T5.6 10:40 - 12:05 Biomass strategies and policies

VP5.6.3 V. Zebergs, N. Zeltins, L. Grackova Institute of Physical Energetics, Riga, Latvia Biomass Strategies and Policies: Local, Regional and National Bioenergy Developing VP5.6.6 M.I. Haque, S. Rozakis, A. Natsis Agricultural University of Athens, Greece An Integrated Model to Evaluate Bio-Energy Production in the Sugar Industry and Cost of CO2 Saving VP5.6.7 L. Pelkmans, I. De Vlieger, C. Beckx VITO - Flemish Institute Technological Research, Mol, Belgium L. Mertens Université Catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium The Role of Biofuels in Long Term Transport Policy VP5.6.8 O. Piyade, Z.E. Özütürk PI Energy, Ankara, Turkey Renewable Energy Policy in Turkey, Biomass Energy Potentiol and Investment Incentives VP5.6.9 A.K. Schütte, P. Schweizer-Ries, J. Irrgang Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany Acceptance of Bio-Fuels in Germany VP5.6.10 P. Thornley University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom Identifying the Best Use of Biomass Resources VP5.6.12 M. Forbord, J. Vik Centre for Rural Research, Trondheim, Norway B.G. Hillring Hedmark University College, Elverum, Norway Supply Chains for Heat from Wood Resources Local Configurations and Critical Factors

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VP5.6.13 C. Lutsyuk FNR - Agency for Renewable Resources, Gülzow, Germany S. Tempel Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany Central European Bioenergy Policies and Results of the Transnational Stakeholder Questionnaire on Political Framework and National Renewable Energy Action Plans VP5.6.16 W. Stiehler, T. Decker, K. Menrad Hochschule Weihenstephan-Triesdorf, Straubing, Germany Public Acceptance of Renewable Energies in Bavaria Using the Example of Biomass Cogeneration Plants and Biogas Plants VP5.6.21 M. Bissmann, R. Janssen WIP-Renewable Energies, Munich, Germany S. Scherbarth Friends of the Earth Europe, Brussels, Belgium E. Giovannetti European Renewable Energy Council, Brussels, Belgium M. Black Ninja Tune, London, United Kingdom R. Blakeborough Brightonart, Brighton, United Kingdom B. Steirer Elevate, Graz, Austria E. Bischof 4youreye, Graz, Austria A. Schuster Green City, Munich, Germany T. Holoda Wilsonic, Bratislava, Slovak Republic The European Intelligent Energy Promotion Tour (Energy Union) VP5.6.22 S. Caneva, I. Weiss, W. Hiegl, R. Janssen, D. Rutz, P. Helm WIP-Renewable Energies, Munich, Germany W. Kirchensteiner BZS, Munich, Germany M. Wolf ALP, Dillingen, Germany E. Schellekens AIE, Brussels, Belgium D. Campogrande FIEC, Brussels, Belgium I. Nedelcheva Vocational High School of Electronics "John Atanas, Sofia, Bulgaria M. Papez School Centre Velenje, Velenje, Slovenia Republic

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S. Tselepis Centre for Renewable Energy Sources, Athens, Greece Y. Magiera Cracow University of Technology, Krakow, Poland M. Esitini, M. Merrone ASSISTAL, Milan, Italy S.A. Pressas, T. Giannadakis Chamber of Mechanical & Electrical Engineers of Western Greece, Patras, Greece European Project "Install+RES": Training Courses for Trainers and Installers of Biomass Systems in Buildings VP5.6.23 M. MacGregor, M. Adams, P. Duinker Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada Woodland Owners' Attitudes towards Energy from Forest Biomass Implications for Meeting Renewable Energy Targets VP5.6.27 C. da Costa Gomez Fachverband Biogas, Freising, Germany Situation, Potential, Prospective and Legal Frame of Biogas as a Sustainable Bioenergy Source Using the Sample of Germany VP5.6.28 F.A. Batzias, O. Kopsidas, Y. Pollalis University of Pireaus, Greece Determination of Optimal Subsidies for Balancing Local Supply/Demand of Biomass Products Within a Regional Development Strategic Plan VP5.6.29 S. Turn, P. Thompson University of Hawaii, Honolulu, USA M. Tome Hawaii State Energy Office, Honolulu, USA Hawaii Bioenergy Master Plan Project VP5.6.36 F.A. Toro, F. Reitze Institute IREES, Karlsruhe, Germany W. Eichhammer Fraunhofer ISI, Karlsruhe, Germany Ex-Post Quantification of the Policy Effects on Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction: The Case of The Biofuel Directive VP5.6.37 R. Offermann, T. Seidenberger German Biomass Resarch Centre, Leipzig, Germany D. Thrän German Biomass Resarch Centre; Helmholtz Centre Uf, Leipzig, Germany Analysis of the Development of Biomass Production and Use in German "bioenergy regions"

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VP5.6.38 A.M.I. Kallio, M. McCormick The Finnish Forest Research Institute, Vantaa, Finland P. Anttila, A. Asikainen The Finnish Forest Research Institute, Joensuu, Finland Assessing the Achievability and the Costs of the Finnish Target for the Energy Use of Forest Chips in 2020 VISUAL PRESENTATIONS VP T1.3 13:15 - 14:40 Energy crops

VP1.3.2 S. Traoré, A. Diarra University of Conakry, Guinea Republic M. Traoré University of Sonfonia, Conakry, Guinea Republic S. Magassouba Institute of Medical Plants, Dubreka, Guinea Republic Potential and Energy Renewability of Jatropha Curcas Oil VP1.3.3 B. Adelekan Federal College of Agriculture, Ibadan, Nigeria An Evaluation of the Global Potential of Cocoyam (Colocasia and Xanthosoma species) as an Energy Crop VP1.3.4 G. Siri-Prieto Facultad de Agronomía, Udelar, Paysandú, Uruguay Impact of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Applications on Biomass Production and Nutrient Balance for Three C4 Bioenergy Crops VP1.3.5 A .A. Saita University of Catania, Italy C. Patanè CNR-ISAFOM,USO, Catania, Italy Genotypes Screening for Thermal Requirements During Germination in Sorghum [Sorghum Bicolor (L.) Moench] Biomass for Energy VP1.3.6 K. Wünsch, S. Gruber, W. Claupein University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany Identification of the Optimal Harvest Date for the Energy Crops Sudan Grass (Sorghum Bicolor) and Jerusalem Artichoke (Helianthus Tuberosus L.) VP1.3.7 S.L. Cosentino, D. Scordia, V. Copani, G. Testa University of Catania, Italy Promising Perennial Grass Dedicated for Biomass Production in the Semi-Arid Mediterranean Environment

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VP1.3.8 K. Chen, M. Gong Yunnan Normal University, Kunming, P.R. China Involvement of Osmoregulation and their Biochemical Pathways in Drought Hardening-Enhanced Drought Resistance in the Energy Plant Jatropha Curcas L. VP1.3.9 Mr. Kondor Agricultural and Rural Develpoment Agency, Nyíregyháza, Hungary Dr. Lenti Collage of Nyíregyháza, Hungary Nutrient Supply of the "Energy Willow" with Nitrogen-, Phosphorus and Potassium Fertilizer in Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg Country in Hungary VP1.3.10 M. Mastrorilli, P. Campi, D. Palumbo, A. Navarro, F. Modugno, V. Turci CRA-SCA, Bari, Italy Sorghum Cultivated for Energy and Water Use Efficiency in Mediterranean Environments VP1.3.11 L. Poisa, E. Ubars, A. Adamovics Latvia University, Jelgava, Latvia Quality Analysis of Natural Reed Canary and the Cultivated Reed Canary Grass for Production of Solid Biofuel in Latvia VP1.3.13 R. Barro, P. Ciria, E. Maletta, M. Fernández, J. Pérez, J. Losada, J.E. Carrasco CEDER-CIEMAT, Lubia, Spain Variability on the Properties of Triticale and Rye Biomass Due to the Different Varieties and Growing Conditions VP1.3.14 G. De Mastro, N. Grassano, L. D'Andrea University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy A.D. Palumbo CRA-SCA, Bari, Italy GIS-Based Evaluation of Cardoon (Cynara Cardunculus L. Var. Altilis DC.) Suitability in Apulia Region VP1.3.15 P. Ciria, C.S. Ciria, P. Pérez, J.E. Carrasco CEDER-CIEMAT, Lubia, Spain Energy Analysis of Agricultural Exploitations under Rain-Fed Continental Conditions in Central Spain VP1.3.16 M. Sanz, F. Mosquera, G. Sánchez, M. Barreiro, P.L. Aguado, M.D. Curt, J. Fernández, J.Sánchez Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain Biomass Potential of Triticale and Rye in Two Different Phenological Stages and Energy Characterization

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VP1.3.17 M.D. Curt, F. Sánchez, J. Sánchez, P. Aguado, J. Fernández Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain M. Uceda, G. Zaragoza, J.M. Agüeda Fundación Cajamar, Almeria, Spain Allometric Method for the Evaluation of Prickly Pear (Opuntia ficus- indica (L.) Mill.) Biomass Weight: Comparison between Seasonal Data VP1.3.18 M. Sanz, M.D. Curt, J. Fernández Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain A. Plaza, M. García- Müller IMIDRA, Madrid, Spain Assessment of Siberian Elm Coppicing Cycle VP1.3.19 G. Facciotto, S. Bergante CRA-PLF, Casale Monferrato (AL), Italy Production Performances of Robinia Pseudoacacia L. and Paulownia Tomentosa Steud. Cultivated with High and Very High Density Model in Northern Italy VP1.3.21 J. Bubenik, J. Weger Silva Tarouca Research Institute for Landscape, Pruhonice, Czech Republic Biomass Production of Willow Short Rotation Coppice in Four Three Year Rotation Cycles VP1.3.22 G. Nervo, G. Facciotto CRA-PLF, Casale Monferrato (AL), Italy Biomass Production of Fast Growing Species in a Short Rotation Coppice in Sicily (Italy) VP1.3.23 M.V. Lasorella, N. Nassi o Di Nasso, C. Tozzini, G. Ragaglini, E. Bonari Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy Evaluation of Switchgrass Varieties under the Mediterranean Environment: Preview Results VP1.3.24 R.I. Nazli University of Cukurova, Adana, Turkey I. Lewandowski University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany Evaluation of Lodging Under Effects of Different Nitrogen Fertilization Levels and Genotypes in Miscanthus and Switchgrass VP1.3.26 N. Piquero, M.D. Curt, J. Fernandez Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain Performance of Wheatgrass and Four Close Relative Perennial Species Over One Growth Cycle in a Small Scale Experiment

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VP1.3.27 M. Di Candilo, E. Ceotto CRA-CIN, Bologna, Italy F. Grassi, C. Soave University of Milan, Italy Assessment of Phenotypic and Genotypic Characteristics of 22 Giant Reed Ecotypes (Arundo Donax L.) of Different Regions VP1.3.29 M. Di Candilo, E. Ceotto CRA-CIN, Bologna, Italy Biomass Yield of Sweet and Fiber Sorghum (Sorghum Bicolor L. Moench) under Six Combinations of Sowing and Harvest Timing VP1.3.30 N. Di Virgilio, O. Facini, T. Georgiadis, F. Rossi National Research Council of Italy, Bologna, Italy A. Monti University of Bologna, Italy The Eddy Covariance Technique for Carbon Balance and Water Exchange Assessment in Biomass Crops VP1.3.31 G. Florio, M. Borin University of Padua, Italy A. C. Barbera, G. L. Cirelli University of Catania, Italy R. Albergo, S. Palazzo ENEA, Matera, Italy Preliminary Evaluation of Macrophyte Wetland Biomasses to Obtain Second Generation Ethanol VP1.3.32 V. Copani, S.L. Cosentino, U. Anastasi, O. Sortino, S. Virgillito University of Catania, Italy L. Lazzeri CRA-CIN, Bologna, Italy Ethiopian Mustard as a Novel Multifunctional Crop for the Mediterranean Environment VP1.3.33 V. Dubrovskis, A. Adamovics, I. Plume Latvia University of Agriculture, Jelgava, Latvia Biogas Yield from Untraditional Energy Crops in Latvia VP1.3.35 B. Formowitz Technologie- und Förderzentrum (TFZ), Straubing, Germany Exploitation of Biogas Digestates to Meet Nutrient Demands of Different Cultivars in a Crop Rotation VP1.3.36 C. Nati, R. Spinelli CNR-IVALSA, Sesto Fiorentino, Italy G. Picchi CNR-IVALSA, San Michele all'Adige, Italy Quality of Biomass from Different SRC Species

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VP1.3.37 G. Picchi CNR-IVALSA, San Michele all'Adige, Italy R. Spinelli CNR-IVALSA, Sesto Fiorentino, Italy Restoration of Farmland after Short Rotation Coppice (SRC) Productive Cycle VP1.3.38 R. Spinelli, N. Magagnotti, C. Nati CNR-IVALSA, Sesto Fiorentino, Italy G. Picchi CNR-IVALSA, San Michele all'Adige, Italy Overview of Short Rotation Coppice Harvesters in Italy VP1.3.39 C. Freda, F. Zimbardi, F. Nanna, V. Valerio, G. Braccio ENEA, Rotondella, Italy Is Thermogravimetric Analysis Helpful to Determine Biomass Composition? VP1.3.40 M. Kulyk Poltava State Agrarian Academy, Ukraine R. Poppens, W. Elbersen Wageningen UR F&BR, The Netherlands L. Lerminiaux Phytofuels Investments, Kiev, Ukraine V. Kurilo Institute of Bioenergy Crops and Sugar Beet, Kiev, Ukraine Switchgrass for Pellets Production in Ukraine. First Results VP1.3.41 J.E. Ndzana, R. Otterpohl Hamburg University of Technology, Germany Bamboo Biomass Production as a Function of Human Urine Fertilization VP1.3.42 V. Tilvikiene, Z. Kadziuliene, Z. Dabkevicius Lithuanian Research Center for Agriculture and Forestry, Kedainiai, Lithuania The Variation of Biomass Yield and Quality of Perennial Grasses as Energy Crops VP1.3.43 Z. Kadziuliene, L. Sarunaite, A. Kryzeviciene, V. Tilvikiene, Z. Dabkevicius Lithuanian Research Center for Agriculture and Forestry, Kedainiai, Lithuania Biomass Accumulation of Alternative Crops for Combustion VP1.3.44 J. Carli, G. Allison, I. Donnison IBERS, Aberystwyth, United Kingdom Manipulation of Lignin in the Energy Grass Miscanthus

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VP1.3.45 A. Kumar University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India Metabolic Engineering and Production of Next-Generation Bio-Fuels VP1.3.46 Ashwani Kumar University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India Production and Demonstration of High Quality Plant Material of Jatropha Curcas VP1.3.47 A. Kumar, V. Rani Kumar University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India New and Renewable Source of Energy: Salicornia spp. a Halophyte has Potential for Biomass Yield in Coastal Areas of the World VP1.3.48 K. Giannoulis University if Thessaly, Larisa, Greece A. Molla, N.G. Danalatos University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece Switchgrass as a Promising Biomass Crop with Soil Improvement Characteristics VP1.3.49 K. Giannoulis University of Thessaly, Larisa, Greece N.G. Danalatos, M. Sakellariou University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece Switchgrass, Cardoon and Miscanthus Perennial Crops as Alternatives for Solid Bio-fuel Production in Central Greece VP1.3.50 E. Skoufogianni, D. Bartzialis, N.G. Danalatos University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece P. Efthimiadis University of Athens, Greece Nitrogen Use of Sunflower Grown on a Sandy Soil as Affected by Crop Rotation in Central Greece VP1.3.51 E. Skoufogianni, D. Bartzialis, N.G. Danalatos University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece P. Efthimiadis Agricultural University of Athens, Greece The Effect of Crop Rotation on Nitrogen Use of Maize on a Clay Soil In Central Greece VP1.3.52 D.F. Beslemes University ot Thessaly, Volos, Greece E. Skoufogianni, N.G. Danalatos University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece P. Efthimiadis Agriculture University of Athens,, Greece The Effect of Vicia Faba as a Cover Crop on Biomass Production and N Use of Sorghum and Maize on Poor Sandy Soils

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VP1.3.53 D.F. Beslemes, N.G. Dalalatos University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece P. Efthimiadis Agriculture University of Athens,, Greece Nitrogen Use And Biomass Production in two Different Energy Crop/legume Intercrop Systems in Central Greece VP1.3.54 E.L. Tigka, N.G. Danatalos, S. Tzorzios University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece Nitrogen Uptake and Biomass Productivity of Zea Mays and Hibiscus Cannabinus under Different Treatments of L.Culinaries as Cover Crop in a Sandy Soil VP1.3.55 E.L. Tigka, S. Tzortzios University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece N.G. Danalatos Universtity of Thessaly, Volos, Greece the Evaluation of L.Culinaries Rotation and Green Manure on Nitrogen Use of Kenaf (Hibiscus Cannabinus, L.) and Maize (Zea Mays) on a Clay Soil in Central Greece VP1.3.56 N. Tsitsibikou, D. Bartzialis, S. Tzortzios, N.G. Danalatos University Of Thessaly, Volos, Greece O. Dichala, S.V. Archontoulis, P.C. Struik Wageningen University, The Netherlands Sorghum and Maize Biomass, Protein, and Bioethanol Yields in a Semi-Arid Environment of Central Greece VP1.3.57 J.A.J. van Eijck, E.M.W. Smeets, A.P.C. Faaij Copernicus Institute, Utrecht University, The Netherlands H.A. Romijn Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands A Review of the Socio-economic Feasibility of Jatropha Cultivation VP1.3.58 J. Weger Silva Tarouca Research Institute for Landscape, Pruhonice, Czech Republic M. Sir Institute of Hydrodynamics, Praha, Czech Republic Evaluation of Climatic Efficiency of Short Rotation Coppice in Landscape VP1.3.59 M.V. Lasorella Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy A. Monti University of Bologna, Italy E. Alexopoulou Center for Renewable Energy Sources, PIkermi, Greece

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A. Riche Plant and Invertebrate Ecology Department Rothamsted Research, United Kingdom N. Sharma ENEA, Rotondella (MT), Italy S. Cadoux INRA Agro-Impact, Estrées-Mons, France K. van Diepen, B. Elbersen Wageningen UR-Alterra, The Netherlands H.W. Elbersen Wageningen UR - Agrotechnology and Food Innovations, The Netherlands Yield Comparison between Switchgrass and Miscanthus Based on Multi-Year Side by Side Comparisons in Europe VP1.3.61 S.L. Cosentino, V. Copani, G. M. D'Agosta, P. Guarnaccia University of Catania, Italy Arundo Donax L. Agamic Propagation Options: Energetic and Life Cycle Analysis VP1.3.62 H. Cheng, Y. Benjamin, J.F. Gorgens University of Stellenbosch, South Africa Screening of Bagasse from Sugarcane Varieties in a Small Scale Dilute Acid Pretreatment for Bioethanol Production VP1.3.63 M. Mos, P. Robson, I. Donnison IBERS Aberystwyth University, United Kingdom Senescence Control in the Energy Grass Miscanthus - The Promising Way for Biological and Termochemical Conversion of Biomass VP1.3.65 G. Ciuffreda, M. Caliceti BETA Research in Agriculture, Malborghetto di Boara, Italy Production of Methane from Sugar Beet VP1.3.66 A. Schank, M. Hänel, G. Schories ttz Bremerhaven, Germany Short Rotation Coppice - Network (SRC - Network) VP1.3.67 E. Ceotto, M. Di Candilo Research Center for Industrial Crops, Bologna, Italy V. Marletto Arpa-Emilia Romagna, Bologna, Italy Canopy Cover and Solar Radiation Conversion Efficiency of the Herbaceous Perennial Giant Reed (Arundo Donax L.) VP1.3.68 L. Nissen, A Monti University of Bologna, Italy Boosting Alternative Crops for the Biodiesel of Next Tomorrow: Has Europe Lagged Behind?

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VP1.3.69 C. Ruta, G. Brunetti, D. Cassano, I. Morone-Fortunato, G. De Mastro Università Aldo Moro, Bari, Italy Potential Energetic Utilization of Phytoremediation By-Product VP1.3.70 V. Copani, S. Cosentino, P. Guarnaccia, G. Scalici, S. Scandurra University of Catania, Italy Influence of Propagation System on Arundo Donax L. Yield in the First Two Years of Cultivation VP1.3.71 M.J. Stolarski, M. Krzy|aniak University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland Short Rotation Coppices Production as an Industrial Feedstock for Lignocellulosic Biorefineries VP1.3.72 A. Berthelot, C. Ginet FCBA, Charrey sur Saône, France N. Nguyen-The FCBA, Grenoble, France Mapping of Areas Suitable for Poplar in SRC VP1.3.73 J. González Cortés, J. Matías, L. Royano, J. Cabanillas Centro de Investigación Agraria La Orden Valdesequera, Badajoz, Spain Seed Production of Cynara Cardunculus L. Cultivars selected in Southwetern Spain VP1.3.74 J. González Cortés, J. Matías, L. Royano, J. Cabanillas Centro de Investigación Agraria La Orden Valdesequera, Badajoz, Spain Biomass yield, energy and greenhouse gas balances of Arundo donax L. crop in Southwestern Spain VP1.3.75 I. Pérez, J. Pérez, J.E. Carrasco, P. Ciria CEDER-CIEMAT, Lubia, Spain Ulmus Pumila under Irrigate and Rain-fed Continental Conditions in the First Year of Growth VP1.3.76 P. Pérez, R. Barro, P. Ciria, L.S. Esteban, J.E. Carrasco CEDER-CIEMAT, Lubia, Spain Behaviour of Poplar Stored Outdoors as Chips or Sticks VP1.3.77 E. Alexopoulou, M. Christou, C. Panoutsou Centre for Renewable Energy Sources, Pikermi Attiki, Greece Cynara Cardunculus L - can be Considered a Promising Perennial Crop for the Mediterranean Region when it is Cultivated in Marginal Lands

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VP1.3.78 S. Braconnier, S. Gutjhard, G. Trouche International Centre in Agricultural Research for Development, France B. Reddy, S. Rao International Crops Research Institute for Semi Arid Tropics, India R. Schaffert, R. Parrella Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation, Brazil A. Zacharias KWS SAAT AG, Germany N. Rettenmaier, G. Reinhardt Institute for Energy and Environmental Research, Germany A. Monti University of Bologna, Italy S. Amaducci, A. Marocco Catholic University of Sacro Cuore, Italy W. Snijman, H. Terblanche Agricultural Research Council, South Africa F. Zavala-García Autonomous University of Nuevo León, Mexico R. Janssen, D. Rutz WIP-Renewable Energies, Munich, Germany Definition of New Sorghum Ideotypes to meet the Increasing Demand of Biofuel VISUAL PRESENTATION VP T1.4 13:15 - 14:40 Algae and novel crops

VP1.4.2 H. Chu, C. M. Su, W. C. Cheng National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan H. T. Hsueh, H. H. Chen Sustainable Environment Research Center, Tainan, Taiwan Carbon Fixation by a Hot Spring Cyanobacterium in the Absorbed Solution from a Wet Scrubber and its Bio-fuel Production Potential VP1.4.3 L.-J. Chien Ming Chi University of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan H.-J. Hsieh Industrial Technology Research Institute, Hsinchu, Taiwan A Genetic Approach to Enhance Lipid Content in Microalgae, Chlorella VP1.4.4 J.P. Brink Sasol Petroleum International, Rosebank, South Africa S. Marx North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa Feasibility of Cultivating Hartbeespoort Dam Microalgae

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VP1.4.5 J.P. Brink Sasol Petroleum International, Rosebank, South Africa S. Marx North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa Four Novel Methods for Harvesting of Micro-algal Biomass VP1.4.6 J.P. Brink Sasol Petroleum International, Rosebank, South Africa S. Marx North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa Conceptual Cost of an Integrated Biomass-toLiquids Facility VP1.4.7 M. Hingsamer, G. Jungmeier, K. Könighofer Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft GmbH, Graz, Austria R. Rauch, A. Flammini Vienna University of Technology, Austria G. Bochmann University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria D. Bacovsky, A. Sonnleitner Bioenergy2020+, Wieselburg-Land, Austria Algae for Energy - Identification of the Most Promising Algal-Based Pathways for Fuels, Power and Heat in Austria VP1.4.8 A. Weiss, A. Patyk, L. Schebek Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, EggensteinLeopoldshafen, Germany Biofuels from Algae - A Systems Analysis VP1.4.9 T. Thiel, K. Fricke Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany Use of Fermentation Output Material to Grow Algae Sustainably VP1.4.10 D. Azevedo Pereira, A. Costa Kiperstok, E. Andrade Sales, O. Jorquera Cortes, L. Wessels Perelo Federal University of Bahia, Salvador, Brazil Microalgae Growth Potential in Brazilian Semi-Arid Region VP1.4.11 D. Chiaramonti, A.M. Rizzo, M. Prussi CREAR, RE-CORD, University of Florence, Italy Oily Products from Pyrolytic Processing of Microalgae: an Overview VP1.4.12 J. Olivares, E. Sullivan Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA Challenges and Opportunities in Algal Biofuels Development

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VP1.4.14 E. Concha, C. Toro, G. Ciudad, R. Navia Universidad de La Frontera, Temuco, Chile Comparison of Oils Extraction Methods from Microalgae Biomass for Fuel Production VP1.4.15 T. Vianna Barduke, L. Matos Queiroz, E. Andrade Sales, O. Jorquera Cortes, L. Wessels Perelo Federal University of Bahia, Salvador, Brazil Culture of Microalgae Chlorella Sp. in Fertilizer Industrial Wastewater VP1.4.17 F. Omarov Agrohayat, Antalya, Turkey Possibilities and Real Potential of Algae-industry in Turkey VP1.4.19 M. Braun-Unkhoff, U. Riedel DLR - German Aerospace Center, Stuttgart, Germany F. Langguthm, D. Müller, H. Polhardt, C. Griehl Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Köthen, Germany Microalgae Growth Using Carbon Dioxide from Turbine Flue Gases VP1.4.20 S. Dutta, F. Neto, M.C. Coelho, P.P. Goncalves, S. Kopil, J. Gracio, A.C.M. Sousa University of Aveiro, Portugal Analysis of Potential of High Quality Biodiesel Production from Microalgae VP1.4.21 M. Göttel, C. Eing, C. Gusbeth, W. Frey Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany Outflow of Intracellular Compounds from Microalgae after Pulsed Electric Field Treatment VP1.4.22 A.B. Ross, P. Biller University of Leeds, United Kingdom Catalytic Hydrothermal Processing of Microalgae with Integrated Nutrient Recycling VP1.4.24 I. Niizawa, J.M. Heinrich, F.A. Botta, I. Ferrero, A.R. Trombert, H.A. Irazoqui Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Santa Fe, Argentina Analysis and Design of Photobioreactors (PBRs) for the Production of Biomass and High-Value Metabolites Derived from Microalgae

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VISUAL PRESENTATIONS VP T3.3 15:00 - 16:25 Production and supply of first generation liquid biofuels

VP3.3.1 H.W. Kazembe-Phiri, W.I. Makumba Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Lilongwe, Malawi First-Order Ethanolysis Kinetics of Jatropha Oil Feedstock Pretreated With Glycerol and Calcium Hydroxide for Biodiesel Production in Malawi VP3.3.2 T. Kai, T. Nakazato, H. Takanashi University of Kagoshima, Japan T. Funakawa, M. Iba, M. Mayurama Cameron Japan, Chiyoda Ward, Japan Purification of Crude Biodiesel Fuel by Electrical Fields - Part II a model for Analysis of a New Separator Using Simplified Concept of Multi Extraction Stages VP3.3.3 R. Andre, G. Defosse, P. Le Parlouer SETARAM Instrumentation, Caluire, France Monitoring of Biodiesel Synthesis Reactions by Isothermal Microcalorimetry VP3.3.4 V. Kampars, R. Kampare Riga Technical University, Riga, Latvia Oxidative and Storage Stability of Biodiesel Made from Rapeseed Oil VP3.3.5 H. Takanashi, R. Kubo, T. Nakajima, A. Ohki, T. Kai University of Kagoshima, Japan T. Funakawa, M. Iba, M. Maruyama Cameron Japan Ltd, Chiyoda Ward, Japan Purification of Crude Biodiesel Fuel by Electrical Fields - Part I a new Separator Using Simplified Concept of Multi Extraction Stages VP3.3.6 T. Tsoutsos, I. Sarantopoulos, N. Ouchab Technical University of Crete, Chania, Greece Sustainable Biodiesel Production from Olive and Meat Industry Byproducts VP3.3.7 Y. Matsumura, Y. Yamashita University of Hiroshima, Higashi, Japan T. Yanagida National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Hiroshima, Japan N, P, K Recovery by Wet Oxidation of Fermentation Residue for Renewable Re-Generation of Yeast VP3.3.8 E. Viola, V. Valerio, I. Guidi, A. Blasi, F. Zimbardi ENEA, Rotondella, Italy Efficiency of Solid Basic Catalyst in the Transesterification of Fried Vegetable Oils

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VP3.3.9 L.A. Rios, F. Cardeño, L. J. Gallego Morales, R.D. Toro Alvarez, C.A. Vasquez Universidad de Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia Alternative Processes for Glycerin Phase Purification from Biodiesel Manufacture VP3.3.10 F. Barontini, M. Simone, A. Mancini, S. D'Alvano, C. Nicolella University of Pisa, Italy G. Ragaglini, F. Triana Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy From Crop to Biofuels: a Case Study of Sunflower Crude Oil Production in Tuscany VP3.3.12 C. Tóth, P. Baladincz, J. Hancsók University of Pannonia, Veszprém, Hungary I. Wáhlné Horváth MOL - Hungarian Oil and Gas, Százhalombatta, Hungary Co-Processing of Rapeseed Oil and Gas Oil Mixture to Produce Diesel Fuel VP3.3.14 P. Solymosi, P. Baladincz, J. Hancsók University of Pannonia, Veszprém, Hungary Production of Motor Fuels by Hydrogenation of Seed Rape Oil with High Euric Acid Content VP3.3.17 N. Dupassieux, T. Chapus, A. Daudin IFP Energies Nouvelles, Solaize, France Production of Jet Fuel from Vegetable Oil through Selective Hydrodeoxygenation and Hydroisomerisation Conversions Steps VP3.3.18 A. Blasi, E. Viola, F. Zimbardi ENEA, Rotondella, Italy Screening of Different Feedstock for Biodiesel Production by Process Simulation VP3.3.19 L. Azócar, G. Ciudad, R. Muñoz, R. Navia University of La Frontera, Temuco, Chile H.J. Heipieper Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research-UFZ, Leipzig, Germany Lipase Catalyzed Process in an Anhydrous Medium with Enzyme Reutilization to Produce Biodiesel with Low Acid Value

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VISUAL PRESENTATION VP T3.5 15:00 - 16:25 Production and supply of second generation biofuels

VP3.5.1 N. Abatzoglou, J. Blanchard Université de Sherbrooke, Canada Phenomenological Kinetics of a Solid-Fluid Catalytic Reaction: the Case of Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis with Plasma-Spray Derived Nano-Iron Carbides VP3.5.3 F. Hasegawa, S. Yokoyama, K. Imou University of Tokyo, Japan S. Yano National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Hiroshima, Japan Ethanol Production from Kraft Pulp VP3.5.4 A. Artigues, N. Puy, E. Fábregas, J. Bartrolí Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Cerdanyola del Vallès, Spain Bio-oil Upgrading using Nanomaterials (CNTs). Step 1- Characterisation of Biomass-based Pyrolysis Product VP3.5.5 T. Schulzke, C. Unger, K. Girod Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Oberhausen, Germany Technological Pathways and Economics of DMEProduction from "Dry" Biomass VP3.5.6 D.K. Sidiras University of Piraeus, Greece Simulation of Barley Straw Acid Hydrolysis to Fermentable Oligosaccharides and Monosaccharides for Bioethanol Production VP3.5.8 L. Wang, R.J. Murphy, R. Templer Imperial College London, United Kingdom High-Solid Loading Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Various Paper Wastes VP3.5.10 M. Jensen, A. Thygesen, Z. Kádár, J.E. Schmidt Risø DTU, Roskilde, Denmark T. Didion DLF Trifolium, Danish Plant Breeding Research, Store Heddinge, Denmark K.S. Johansen Novozymes, Bagsværd, Denmark Combined Silage Treatment and Enzymatic Hydrolysis of Energy Grass as Pretreatment Method for 2nd Generation Bioethanol Production

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VP3.5.11 A. George Joint BioEnergy Institute, Emerville, USA K. Tran, B.A. Simmons, B.M. Holmes Sandia National Laboratories, Emeryville, USA P. Benke Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories, Berkeley, USA T. Morgan, E. Lorente Imperial College London, United Kingdom Influence of Ionic Liquids on the Macrostructure of Solvated Lignins VP3.5.12 R. Bortolo, G. Giovarruscio, P. Paganini, D. Bianchi ENI S.p.A., Novara, Italy 2-Naftalenesulfonic Acid As Catalyst for Lignocellulosic Pretreatment: Study of Optimum VP3.5.13 J. Hoffman, S.S. Toor, L.A. Rosendahl Aalborg University, Denmark Upgrading of Bio-oil Derived from Catalytic Hydrothermal Conversion of Biomass VP3.5.14 T.H. Ng, J. Song, K. Tarverdi Brunel University West London, Middlesex, United Kingdom Cereal Straw Pre-Treatment for Bio-Fuel Application: Comparison Between Extrusion and Conventional Steam Explosion VP3.5.15 C. Reyes Valle Foundation Advanced Technological Centre for Renewable Energy, Sevilla, Spain P. Haro, A.L. Villanueva Perales, P. Ollero Escuela Superior de Ingenieros de Sevilla, Spain J. Caraballo, J.A. García Redondo, R. Arjona Abengoa Bioenergy New Technologies, Sevilla, Spain Techno-economic Assessment of SNG-Ethanol Co-production (Bio SNG-Ethanol) via Thermochemical Conversion of Biomass by Indirectly Heated CFB Gasifier VP3.5.16 I. De Bari, A. Villone, F. Liuzzi, G. Braccio ENEA Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, Rotondella, Italy Arundo Donax Pre-Treatment in Steam Explosion Batch Plant for Bioethanol Production

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VISUAL PRESENTATIONS VP T3.4 16:45 - 18:10 Production and supply of gaseous biofuels

VP3.4.2 X.J. Li, Y.Z. Pang, B.N. Zhu, Y.P. Liu, D.X. Zou, D. Feng Beijing University of Chemical Technology, P.R. China Biogas Production from Crop Stalks in China VP3.4.4 A. Gupta, V.K. Vijay, S. Sharma Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India Use of Non Traditional Biomass for Biogas Production VP3.4.6 C. Salomoni, A. Caputo, M. Bonoli Biotec Sys, Bologna, Italy O. Francioso, M. T. Rodriguez-Estrada University of Bologna, Italy D. Palenzona University of Bologna, Italy Co-fermentation of Sewage Sludge and CO2 boosted by Alcohol-containing Bioliquids: Enhancing Biomethane Production in a Two-phase Anaerobic Digestion Process VP3.4.7 Y. Liu, B.N. Zhu, D.X. Zou, G. Fang, J.J. Mao, X.J. Li Beijing University of Chemical Technology, P.R. China Performance of Vegetable Wastes Anaerobic Digestion at different Inoculums and Organic Loads VP3.4.8 C. Salomoni, A. Caputo, M. Bonoli Biotec Sys, Bologna, Italy O. Francioso, M.T. Rodriguez-Estrada, D. Palenzona University of Bologna, Italy Biomethane Production from Cheese Whey in a TwoPhase Anaerobic Digestion System: Integration of Sewage Sludge Treatment and Dairy By-Products Recovery VP3.4.9 A.H. Seifert, C. Herwig Vienna University of Technology, Austria Biomethane Production from Gaseous Substrates Using Methanogenic Archea VP3.4.10 L. Forlin, S. Silvestri Fondazione Edmund Mach, Trento, Italy A. Fuganti, M. Tassan Centro Ricerche Fiat, Trento, Italy From Manure to Biomethane: When a Problem Turns into an Opportunity VP3.4.11 A.-M. Wonneberger, F. Graf DVGW - Research Centre at the EBI, KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany A. Lemmer University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany

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M. Flamme, T. Kolb, R. Reimert Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany Two- Phase Pressure Fermentation - Optimising Biogas Production for Injection into a Natural Gas Grid VP3.4.13 G. Rivera, S. Bettoli, M. Bernardi, G. Sassi, B. Ruggeri Politecnico di Torino, Italy T. Tommasi Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Torino, Italy Preliminary Tests on: Effects of Chemical and Thermal Pre-treatment VP3.4.15 E. Massi, O. Martinelli University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy R. Ciccoli, A. Moreno ENEA, Rome, Italy Preliminary Studies for the Integration of Anaerobic Digestion Process with MCFC System VP3.4.16 R. Ciccoli, E. Massi, C. Matano, A. Sprocati, A. Moreno ENEA, S.M. di Galeria, Italy R. Pomi, A. Polettini University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy Exploring the Thermophilic and Mesophilic Fields in Pig Slurry Anaerobic Digestion System. Energetic Evaluation for a Succesful Integration with Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell System VP3.4.17 J.B. Müller, F. Vogel PSI, Villigen, Switzerland Hydrothermal SNG Production from Wet Biomass: Understanding and Inhibition of Coke Formation VP3.4.18 S. Fendt, M. Gaderer, H. Spliethoff Technische Universität München, Garching, Germany SNG - State-Of-The-Art Technology and Application Review VP3.4.19 V. Rosner, H.-J. Wagner Ruhr-University Bochum, Bochum, Germany Photobiological Hydrogen Production - Process Development and Assessment VP3.4.20 M. Schwarz, M. Carstensen, H. Schneider, J. Born Flensburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany Repowering of Biogas Plants VP3.4.21 A. Gipperich, G.L. Schwebel, D. Hein, W. Krumm University of Siegen, Germany Hydrogen Production from Steam Conversion (HPSC) Integrated in Chemical-Looping Combustion of Solid Biofuels

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VP3.4.22 I. Ardic CMT, Ankara, Turkey H. Ates, F. Taner Mersin University, Mersin, Turkey Investigating the Biogas Production Yield of the Cattle Manure by Thermochemical Pretreatment VP3.4.23 V. Calabro', S. Curcio, F. Ferraro, A. Saraceno University of Calabria, Rende, Italy Biogas Production with Bioconversion of Organic Solid Wastes (Manure) and Husks Residual from Olive Oils Mills VP3.4.26 E.C. Dioha, S. Burgheim University of Goettingen, Germany J. Dioha Energy Commission of Nigeria, Abuja, Nigeria Comparative Studies of the Production of Biogas from Cattle Dung and Cattle Abdominal Waste VP3.4.27 D. Rutz, R. Janssen WIP-Renewable Energies, Munich, Germany U. Hoffstede, H. Hahn Fraunhofer IWES, Kassel, Germany B. Kulisic Hrvoje Pozar Energy Institute, Zagreb, Croatia P. Haider Polish Biogas Association, Bytów, Poland A.S. Martins, M.A. Nogueira IrRADIARE, Lisbon, Portugal M. Martins Camara Municipal de Abrantes, Abrantes, Portugal I. Dzene Ekodoma, Riga, Latvia D. Durica City of Zagreb, Croatia M. Niklass North Vidzeme Waste Management Organisation, Valmiera, Latvia D. Schinnerl Graz Energy Agency, Austria K. Kalandyk Podkarpacka Energy Management Agency, Rzeszów, Poland Organic Waste for Biogas Production in Urban Areas VP3.4.28 P. Busato, R. Berruto Università di Torino, Grugliasco, Italy D.D. Bochtis University of Aarhus, Tjele, Denmark Biogas Slurry Logistics: Traditional vs. Umbilical System Assessment

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VP3.4.29 A. Basile, V. Calabro', A. Saraceno University of Calabria, Rende, Italy P. Pinacci, F. Drago, S. Liguori RSE S.p.A., Milano, Italy A. Iulianelli University of Calabria, Milano, Italy An Application of Water Gas Shift Reaction via PSS Supported Pd-based Membrane Reactor for Hydrogen Production

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