FUNDING BIOFUELS RESEARCHERS
JOINT RESEARCH ACTIVITIES
15 PROJECT PARTNERS
Applications for BRISK2 are now closed, this website will remain active until 31-Oct-2024 but will not be monitored during that time.
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 assessed all year round and individuals or groups of researchers at any stage in their career from industry and academia are welcome to apply. Where travel is not available we may be able to accommodate virtual visits. Our teams of experts at any of our facilities will conduct the experiments on your behalf and send you your results. Furthermore, should your engagement result in a paper, we will assist in open access publications.
Joint Research Activities Update
Alongside the primary activity of Transnational Access, BRISK2 partners are collaborating on Joint Research Activities. These will yield an improvement in process flexibility and reliability, developing new approaches to biofuels production. Assimilated data and...
First Year Complete for BRISK2
It has been a busy first year for BRISK2, with two calls for transnational access completed and the project’s first successful summer school at CERTH in Greece. Since launch in June 2017, BRISK2 has been oﬀering opportunities for biofuels researchers to access unique...
BRISK2 SPONSORS EUBCE 2018
BRISK2 will be sponsoring the 26th European Biomass Conference & Exhibition next year from 14-17 May at the Bella Center in Copenhagen, Denmark. EUBCE 2018 is supported by the European Commission, UNESCO, the World Council for Renewable Energy and the European...
UK Bioenergy Mapped
Bioenergy is the largest contributor to global renewable energy supply but needs to triple its contribution by 2050 to support sector decarbonisation and safeguard future generations. Bioenergy is the largest contributor to global renewable energy supply but needs to...
Indirect Land Use Change – Investigated
RISK2 partners CENER have joined forces with Netherlands Environmental Agency (PBL), Wageningen Economic Research and Wageningen Environmental Research to complete a study for the European Commission. It provides a systematic analysis of the latest available...
Shaping Biorefinery Futures – Request for Input
EA Bioenergy Task 42 facilitates the commercialisation and market deployment of environmentally sound, socially acceptable and cost-competitive biorefinery systems and technologies, advising policy and industrial decision makers. Task 42, whose members include BRISK2...
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Dr. Yeshui Zhang
Biofuels Research Infrastructure
from the European Union’s Horizon
2020’s research and innovation
programme under grant agreement