FUNDING BIOFUELS RESEARCHERS
JOINT RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
15 PROJECT PARTNERS
Boost your biofuels research with one of our 15 project partners
Funded by EU Horizon 2020, BRISK2 aims to improve the success of international biofuels research and implementation.
BRISK2’s main activity is to provide researchers from around the world with access to biological and thermal biomass conversion facilities across Europe by facilitating Transnational Access (TA).
Eligible researchers can apply to utilise the unique facilities and expertise of any BRISK2 research partner outside of their home country. Funding is available for short-term experimental research visits, along with a capped grant for travel, accommodation and subsistence.
Applications are invited year round and are pooled for assessment twice a year in April and October. Individuals or groups of researchers at any stage in their career from industry and academia are welcome to enquire.
The current call closes 15 October 2019.
Apply to BRISK2
Complete the Transnational Access Application Form. Email your completed form to the host organisation for approval. Make sure you begin discussions with your host partner at least 28 days before the application deadline
Free Use of Equipment
Free Access to Expertise
Free Travel & Accomodation
Latest BRISK2 News
This joint research update comes from Carl Safi and Wim Mulder from WP7, Biorefining Approaches. Carl and Wim are based at the Wageningen University & Research Centre in the Netherlands. WP7 has recently been focusing on investigating new pre-treatment and...
Members from BE2020+, ECN and CERTH and TUG at the labs of TU Graz: from left to right: Jacqueline Lagler, Lukas von Berg, Peter Sommersacher, Timotheus Tsiotsias, Stefan Martini, Tzouliana Kraia,, Johan Kuipers, Marco Geusebroek, Gernot Pongratz and Andrés Anca-Couce
This update is by Lydia Fryda, leader for WP4, Protocols & Benchmarking. Lydia is based at ECN>TNO, the Netherland's Organisation of Applied Scientific Research, which merged with Energieonderzoek Centrum in 2018. LNEG focused on gathering and preparing...
joint research activities aims and objectives
EUBCE 2019 STUDENT AWARD
won by Lukas von Berg from the Institute of Thermal Engineering at TU Graz University, Austria
The report below is by Stefan Retschitzegger, Work Package 5 leader, from Bioenergy2020+ at Graz University of Technology in Styria, Austria. In order to reduce dependence on fossil resources, new biomass feedstocks need to be developed to produce biobased-materials...