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Poster Session


For the fourth year running, the IBCE will feature poster presentations in the Expo hall during the length of the conference. There are 20+ poster presentations that have been accepted from industry, academic and government sources from around the world. We are excited to showcase a range of topics that support the four tracks in the conference agenda.

Poster Session Schedule
Monday, April 20      5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Tuesday, April 21      5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Presenters will be stationed at these times at their poster and available to discuss their topic directly with you. Otherwise, their posters will be on display during all open hours of the Expo Hall.

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Pellets & Densified Biomass Presenters Biomass Power & Thermal Presenters
Biogas & Landfill Gas Presenters Advanced Biofuels & Biobased Chemicals Presenters

Pellets & Densified Biomass Presenters

# 100   Charles Lalonde, Project Manager, CJ Agren Consulting Inc., Ontario, Canada
Alternative Harvesting Protocols for Northern Climates

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Biomass Power & Thermal Presenters

# 200   Aouachria Zeroual, Professor, University of Batna, Algeria
Impact of Swirled Flow on NO Formation of a Turbulent Flame Modeling by the Concept of Laminar Flamelet

# 201   Collin Craige, Research Engineer, Oklahoma State University
Preliminary Effect of Storage Method on Large Rectangular Switchgrass Bales

# 202   Collin Craige, Research Engineer, Oklahoma State University
Moisture Variability in Large Rectangular Bales

# 203   Collin Craige, Research Engineer, Oklahoma State University
Preliminary Effect of Storage Method on Large Format Forage Sorghum Square Bales

# 204   Collin Craige, Research Engineer, Oklahoma State University
Overview of Bale Sampling Tools for Efficiency Improvement in the OSU BRDI Project

# 205   Collin Craige, Research Engineer, Oklahoma State University
Preliminary Swather Time and Motion Study for Bio-feedstocks

# 206   Collin Craige, Research Engineer, Oklahoma State University
Comparison of Plastic Wrapped Large Rectangular Bales Stored with and without Vents

# 207   Collin Craige, Research Engineer, Oklahoma State University
Development of a Systems-Based Logistics Model for Eastern Red Cedar

# 208   Rukayya Ibrahim, Environmental Engineering, University College London
Effect of Binders on Properties of Biomass Fuel Briquettes for Thermochemical Conversion Processes

# 209   Carlos Molina, President, gross llc
Industrial Energy from Tequila Process

# 210   Jo Ann Pacinelli, Ecospray Technologies SRL / e capital exchange llc
An Innovative NOx and PM Control Technology

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Biogas & Landfill Gas Presenters

# 300   Belkacem Adouane, Director, LPEA Research Laboratory,University of Batna, Algeria
Leachate Recirculation and its Effect on Enhancing LFG Production, and Site Stabilization:, A Modeling Study

Advanced Biofuels & Biobased Chemicals Presenters

# 400   Mohammad Abdel-Hamid, Director, Biotech International R&D Centre, University of Mansoura, Egypt
Feasibility of Microalgae as Feedstock of Biofuels Purpose: A Case Study

# 401   Hiroyuki Kakiuchi, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, Japan
Advanced Energy Saving Dehydration Process using Novel Zeolite Membrane Integrated with PSA

# 402   Yan Luo, Ph.D. Candidate, Agricultural & Biological Engineering, Mississippi State University
Production of High Surface Area Activated Carbon from Fast Pyrolysis Wood Char by Chemical Methods

# 403   Adriano Marini, Researcher, Sustainable Rural Development & Family Farming, Embrapa Brasil
Content of Free Sugar Mandiocabas for the Production of Alcohol: A Natural Mutation Of Cassava

# 404   Samuel Mugo, Associate Professor, MacEwan University, Alberta, Canada 
Functional Waxes Derived Plant Oils and Wax-Nanocellulose Composites

# 405   Samuel Mugo, Associate Professor, MacEwan University, Alberta
Bovine Biowaste Derived Nanocellulose Encapsulation of Pyrethrins and Slow Release Kinetics

# 406   Siu-Yue Tam, President, T3 Scientific LLC
Novel Membrane Reactor Using Non-metal Solid Acid Catalyst for Sugar Production as Feedstock for Bio-products

# 407   Vanessa Gordon, Research Geneticist, USDA Agricultural Research Service, SAA, Sugarcane Field Station
Advanced Breeding, Development, and Release of High Biomass Energy Cane Cultivars in Florida

# 408   Cristiano Reis, Ph.D. Candidate, BBE, University of Minnesota
Phosphorus Mass Flow in the Ethanol Industry: Production Trends and Opportunities

# 409   Thomas Hickey, Director of Business Development, Exelus Inc.
Renewable Bio-Naphtha from Ligno-Cellulosic Feedstock

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