4th International Conference 2016Copyright: FSC
TheInternational Conference of the excellence cluster Tailor-Made Fuels from Biomass was already held for the 4thtime in 2016.
In the last years, the conference has shown well the interdisciplinary work of the excellence cluster. And yet again, the program covers a wide range of contributions from various disciplines. The Book of Abstracts gives a first insight into the speeches.
The event is open to participants from science and industry interested in challenges and solutions regarding novel biofuels and synthetic fuels from regenerative energy sources. The conference focuses on biofuel production, the conversion of regenerative electricity and various carbon sources to novel synthetic fuels, and the combustion processes of such tailored fuels.
The conference sessions were complemented by keynote lectures from experts of all addressed disciplines.
- Dr.-Ing. Stefan Pischinger, RWTH Aachen, Head of Institute for Combustion Engine and Institute for Thermodynamik, Profilbereich Energy, Chemical & Process Engineering (ECPE)
Competence Center Power to Fuel, Germany
- Prof. Dr. Uwe Schröder, Institute of Environmental and Sustainable Chemistry, Technical University-Braunschweig, Germany
- Prof. Johannes Gerardus de Vries, Head of Department Catalysis with renewable resources, Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V. , University of Rostock, Germany
- Dr. Gautam T. Kalghatgi, Research and Development Center, Saudi Arabian Oil Company, Saudi Arameco
Prof. Robert Dibble, Mechanical Engineering, Physical Science and Engineering Division, Clean Combustion Research Center (CCRC), King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Jeddah
Prof. Roger Cracknell, Shell Global Solutions, UK
Dr. Hermann Pengg Bührlen, Head of Renewable Fuels & Lifecycle Analysis Department, Audi AG
Presentations of the Conference
If you are interested in the presentations of the 4th International Conference, feel free to contact the Cluster Office via e-mail. We will send you the respective files with pleasure.