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BIC Match Making Event 2018 - 21 février 2018 à Bruxelles

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Opening plenary session by Nelo Emerencia :

- "The evolution of the content of the annual work plans 2014 - 2018 and the results of the calls 2014 - 2017."
- "Annual work plan 2018 topics, cash issues, 4 % project contribution, Priority paper 2019-2020, programme of the day"
- "The need of Coordination and support actions (CSAs) ; highlights of comunications and public affairs work towards a ’BBI 2.0’"
- "Communications and public affairs"


Pitches in the workshops on selected topics of the Annual work plan 2018

SO1.R1 - Resolve logistical, infrastructural and technological challenges to valorise residual and side streams from aquaculture, fisheries and the aquatic biomass processing industries

1- Johan Robbens - Flanders Food (Belgium)
2- Jorge Barros - Univ. Santiago de Compostela (Spain)
3- Andrew Stewart - IBioIC (Schotland)
4- Antti Asikainen - National resources institute Finland (Finland)
5- Margret Geirsdottir - Matis (Iceland)

SO2.R5 - Develop innovative single-step processes for conversion of a biomass feedstock into multiple readily usable intermediate streams

1- Jose Maria de Gregorio Muniz - AlgaEnergy (Spain)
2- Carles Palanca - ADM/Biopolis (Spain)

SO3.R11 - Develop technologies and systems to produce bio-based aromatics that outperform fossil-based counterparts

1- Rocio Roldan - Exergy (UK)
2- Elena Iliopoulou - CPERI/CERTH (Greece)
3- Hedda Weber - Sappi (NL)
4- Patrick Pammer - Kompetenzzentrum Holtz (Austria)

SO1.D2 - Find solutions to dilution, pollution and content diversity challenges to turn mixed urban bio-waste into sustainable feedstock for the bio-based industry

1- Jose Molto - Exergy (UK)
2- Diana Garcia-Bernet - INRA (France)
3- Silvia de Lamo Castellvi - Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Spain)

SO2.D3 - Valorise sugars from the cellulosic and/or hemicellulosic fractions of lignocellulosic biomass

1- Alex Michine - MetGen (Finland)
2- Jacco van Haven - Wageningen Food and biobased research (NL)
3- Esa Laurinsilta - UPM (Finland)
4- Fabrizio Cavani - University of Bologna (Italy)
5- Katrin Stresser - LXP Group (Germany) - SME in CLIB2021

SO3.D5 - Produce sustainable and cost-efficient high-performance functional ingredients from alternative sources

1- Kevin Turner - Carbery (Ireland)
2- Winnie DeJonghe - VITO (Belgium)
3- Mélanie Charron - Soremartec (Italy)
4- Ralf Kelle - Evonik (Germany)

Pitches in the workshops on current and future technology developments in the strategic orientations

BREAKTHROUGH DEVELOPMENTS IN MAKING BIOMASS FEEDSTOCK AVAILABLE FOR THE BIO-BASED INDUSTRY

1- Valentina Beghetto, University of Venice (Italy)
Recover bio-based molecules (proteins, sugars, PHAs, levulinic and succinic acids, etc.) from different bio-based feedstock

2- Jouni Ponnikas, Regional Council of Kainuu (Finland)
Obtain high value food and pharmaceutical grade ingredients from forest residues and/or side streams from wood industry

3- Alice MIJA, CNRS/ University of Nice (France)
Eco-designed polymers & composites from industrial waste, in the perspective of zero waste concept and circular economy

BREAKTHROUGH TECHNOLOGIES IN THE PROCESSING OF BIOMASS FEEDSTOCK TO USEABLE PLATFORM MOLECULES

1- Marcelo Domine, Universitat Politècnica de València (Spain)
Predictable and efficient multi-scale engineering and catalytic valorisation approaches to optimise biorefineries

2- Ferrán Martí Ferrer, Aimplas (Spain)
Pre-treatment & separation of lignocellulosic pulping components by Reactive Extrusion.
Présentation Générale de Aimplas (contact Ana Palanca - apalanca@aimplas.es)
3- Angel T. Martínez, CSIC - Spanish national research council (Spain)
New oxidative enzymes as industrial biocatalysts : protein engineering to improve catalytic properties of fungal oxidoreductases

4- Gianpiero Pataro, University of Salerno (Italy)
Pulsed Electric Field (PEF), High Pressure Homogenization (HPH), and photocatalytic processes for efficient and sustainable pre-treatment and conversion of biomass

BREAKTHROUGH DEVELOPMENTS IN FUNCTIONALITIES AND APPLICATIONS OF BIO-BASED PRODUCTS

1- Guy EYMIN-PETOT-TOURTOLLET, CNRS / Centre techniques du Papier (France)
Hydrophobicity to cellulosic materials for use in foam, packaging, textile, etc.

2- Lien Van der Scheuren, Centexbel (Belgium)
Stiff and strong PLA yarns ; higher hydrolysis resistance for use in technical textiles

3- George Voyiatzis, FORTH/ICE-HT (Greece)
PHAs with advanced properties, adequate to serve as food packaging materials from exploitation of food wastes and residues