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International Biomass Conference & Expo - Poster Session


For the third year running, the IBCE will feature poster presentations in the Expo hall during the length of the conference. More than 25 poster presentations 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, March 24      5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Tuesday, March 25      5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Presenters will be stationed at their poster and available to discuss their topic directly with you.

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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

101Ibrahim Nasser Ahmed, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Bioethanol Production from Melaleuca leucadendron Shedding Bark: Assessing Pretreatments, Solid and Enzyme Loading
102Ananda Nanjundaswamy, Alcorn State University
Compositional Profiling of Biomass Feedstock Miscanthus Giganteus Cultivated under Three Different Environmental Conditions in Mississippi
103Rabia Oflaz, National Institute of Standards & Technology
Characterization of SRM 2791, Inorganic Constituents in Soft Wood Biomass Material
104Fred Ssebukalu, Makerere University Business School, Uganda
Women and Youth Empowerment In Briquette Making from Urban Domestic Organic Waste
105Robert Heimann, Enginuity Worldwide, LLC
Novel, Non-Woody Biomass Conversion Technology Method Deploying Low Energy Roasting and Binder to Produce a Weatherable / High BTU Power Cube

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Biomass Power & Thermal Presenters

201Daniel Stevens, Idaho National Laboratory
Thermal Properties of Biofuel Feedstocks over a Wide Temperature Range
202Stergios Vakalis, Free University of Bolzano, Italy
Development of the “Multi-Box”: Thermodynamic Modelling of Downdraft Gasifiers
203Stergios Vakalis, Free University of Bolzano, Italy
Measuring Biomass Gasification Plants by Means of Integrated Balances: A Comprehensive Assessment Tool

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Biogas & Landfill Gas Presenters

301Daewon Pak, Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea
Enhancement of Gas Production from Anaerobic Bioreactor Landfill by Injection of Food Waste Leachate
302Meng Wang, University of South Florida
Anaerobic Co-Digestion of Swine Manure and Microalgae for Biogas Production
303Carmen Trandafirescu, OGIN Biogas Technology
The New Efficient & Cost-Effective "Biomass to Energy" Solution

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Advanced Biofuels & Biobased Chemicals Presenters

401Ilyas Aali, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudi Arabia
Investigation of Optical CO2 Intake for Maximum Biomass Production
402Nathaniel Anderson, USDA Forest Service, RMRS
Economic Development Potential Resulting from Biomass Harvest and Utilization in a Rural County
403Ignacio Contreras Andrade, Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa, Mexico
Tetraselmis suecica Lipid Extraction: Optimization of the Ultrasonic Aided Process
404Scott Barocas, BioNitrogen
Biomass to Urea: A Sustainable Process
405Eddy Bennion, Utah State University
Microalgae to Biofuels: Lifecycle Assessment of Alternative Conversion Technologies
406Eva Caspary, Louisiana State University
The Effects of Temperature and Residence Time on the Composition and Yields of Products from the Pyrolysis of Model Renewable Feedstocks
407Daniel Ciolkosz, Penn State Biomass Energy Center
Advanced Education in the Bioenergy Sector: Professional Masters and Certificate Programs at Penn State
408Jennifer Cooke-Yin, Stinson Leonard Street LLP
Leveling the Playing Field: Master Limited Partnerships
409Helene Cser, North Carolina State University
Transitioning from the Bucket to the Barrel Educational Biofuels Webinar Series
410Qi Dang, Zhejiang University, China
A Life Cycle Assessment Study of Fast Pyrolysis Bio-oil Production and Subsequent Upgrading
411Liu Jingjing, College of Agronomy and Biotechnology, China Agricultral University
Bioconversion of Corn Stalk as Feed through Degrading Lignocelluloses Partially
412 Akihisa Kita, Hiroshima University, Japan
Isolation and Characterization of Novel Aceticlastic Halotolerant Methanogen from Marine Sludge
413 Gilda Naka, Vanderbilt University
Effects of Water on Rhizopus oryzae Whole Cell-Catalyzed Transesterification of Bean Oil for Biodiesel Production
414 Bruce Pratt, Eastern Kentucky University - CRAFT Program
Comparison of Storage Methods of Switchgrass on Fermentable Sugars Yields
415 Jalal Rastegary, New Mexico State University, Institute for Energy & Environment
Predicting Algae Pond Crash by Plateau of pH Level
416 Seyed Mojtabe Sadrameli, TMU, Iran
Transestrification of Castor Oil for the Production of Biodiesel Using a Microwave
417 Rakesh Trivedi, Harcout Butler Technological Institute, India
Algae as Source for Newer Chemicals: Indian Scenario, Scope and Prospects

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