A series of open access summer schools and workshops will take place as part of BRISK2 activities until 2022.
The next BRISK2 open access event is a joint workshop with H2020 and ECRIA project AMBITION (Advanced Biofuel with Energy System Integration) and will focus on Early Stage Techno-Economic Assessment.
This free workshop is taking place at Aston University on Tuesday 17 September 2019. Registration will open soon.
To reserve an early bird place now, please email email@example.com with ‘Workshop Registration’ in the subject line.
The next BRISK2 open access Summer School will take place in 2020.
These events are ideal for early career researchers and industry professionals looking to expand their understanding of bioenergy and biofuels. Find out all about the first BRISK2 summer school below.
What? Topics covered include biofuels, biomass, biorefineries, combustion, fermentation, anaerobic digestion, conversion technologies, energy vectors, techno-economics, policy and the environment, among many others, with presentations delivered by our expert speakers and workshops led by established biofuels researchers from across the BRISK2 network
Who? Available to anyone engaged in biofuels research and looking to explore this innovative area.
Where? Future event locations to be confirmed
When? Future event dates to be confirmed
Cost? BRISK2 Summer Schools and Workshops are free to attend with light refreshments and lunch. Travel, accommodation, breakfast and dinners is not provided.
Summer School -Greece 2018
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Summer School 2018 - Presentations
- Anaerobic Digestion – Politecnico di Torino
- Biomass Characterisation – Bioenergy 2020+
- Fermentation – LNEG
- Combustion – Bioenergy 2020+
- Gasification – TU Delft
- Pyrolysis – Aston University
- Catalysis – CERTH
- Biorefineries and Process Integration – SINTEF & KIT
- Proteins – Wageningen Research