Contributions presented at the workshop

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Here, you can download abstracts of all contributions presented at the CEI-JRC European Workshop Advanced Biofuels, Biorefinery and Bio-economy: A Challenge for Central and East European Countries.


Presentations presented at the workshop are ordered by the program of workshop (see below):


Bacovsky, D., Ludwiczek, N.: Overview of advanced biofuels technologies.


Kaltschmitt, M., Schmidt, L.M.: Integrated bio-refineries – ambition, demands and reality.


Perathoner, S., Centi, G., Lanzafame, P.: Integrating bio- and solar-refineries to move to a low-carbon bioeconomy.


Calikowski, T.: European bioeconomy: Biorefinery and bio-based industries – EC initiatives.


Yigitguden, H.Y.: Energy for a sustainable future.


Canciani, P.: The role of the Central European Initiative in the promotion of RES and the bioeconomy in central, east and south-east Europe.


Marelli, L., De Santi, G.: JRC programs in ABBE.


Sambucini, G.: The role of the United Nations Economic Commission of Europe.


Kaufmann, A.K.: Green Chemistry Belt - a vision for the Danube region.


Živić, L.: Poly4emi – polymers for emerging industries.


Behrendt, D.: Biofuels from algae: recent development, problems and prospects.


Fornasiero, P.: Hydrogen - a fuel of future and more: challenges and problems.


Bruschi, C.V., Tosato, V.: 4th generation of biofuels based on GMOs.


Rebroš, M., Rosenberg, M., Stloukal, R.: Immobilized cells and enzymes for biofuel production.


Ferrario, V., Pellis, A., Ebert, C., Gardossi, L.: Biocatalysis for the integrated biorefineries: new perspectives for the sustainable production of biobased polyesters and biofuels.


Lizasoain, J., Kral, I., Piringer, G., Gronauer, A., Bauer, A.: Agricultural residues for anaerobic digestion: technologies to open up new resources.


Kavalov, B.: Bioeconomy: A key issue in Europe.


Marelli, L.: Sustainability of advanced biofuels.


Kaufmann, A.K.: Green Chemistry Belt / opportunities and obstacles for biomass logistics at the river Danube.


Müller, B.: Advanced biofuels and biorefineries: technology development and industrial scale-up. Role of the European Biofuels Technology Platform.


Hamje, H.: Challenges and opportunities for advanced biofuels: an oil industry perspective.


Kostík, P., Šácha, M.: Industrial production of biofuels in Slovakia: perspectives for advanced biofuels and biorefinery development.


Iriarte, L., Fritsche, U.R.: Sustainability challenges to boost bioeconomy.


Toldi, O.: Biomass as a renewable resource for added value products: general insight into the hungarian activities.


Kržan, A.: From biomass to sustainable biomaterials and bioplastics.


Jelemenský, Ľ.: Potential of renewable energy sources, advanced biofuels and biorefinery in Slovakia.


Martinov, M., Djatkov, D., Golub, M., Bojic, S., Viskovic, M.: Corn stover as a feedstock for advanced biofuels in Serbia.


Gyalai-Korpos, M.: Status of bioeconomy in Hungary general introduction and insight into climate-kic activity and projects.


Gál, L.: Czech technology biofuels platform.


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