Scarcity of fossil resources and their high
environmental impact is currently causing the necessity
for searching sustainable and renewable energy
alternatives. In this context, a new approach that tries
to cover all aspects related to the use of biomass as a
renewable resource arises.
The RESTOENE-2 Consortia belong
to the R&D activities program between research
groups in Technology from Comunidad de Madrid.
2882) outline a very attractive strategy of using agroforest
residues to produce clean biofuels to be used
in the transport sector with a very low global
balance of CO2. Researchers also belong to an
Excellence Network entitled “Production of clean
biofuels for transport from lignocellulose biomass"
supported by Spanish Ministry of Economy and
The first workshop organized by both Consortia
pretends to be a meeting point of scientific experts in
the use of biomass for renewable energy production in
order to give attendees the opportunity to know the
cutting edge of the research activities and consider
needs and solution for these themes.
The scientific program of the workshop will consist of
several invited lectures from distinguished speakers poster presentations and a round table with the final
remarks. Assistants are encouraged to present a poster
in the workshop. If you are interested, please submit
and abstract (maximum 2 pages in English as MS Word
file) following the indications on the web site
http://www.restoene.net/workshop cristalera.html before
May 4th, 2017
. Broucher available for download here
No registration fee will be requested for participation
at the workshop. However, to attend the conferences it
will be necessary to fill the registration form on the web. Deadline for registration: May 5th, 2017.
Prof. José Luis García Fierro, ICP-CSIC
Prof. Mercedes Ballesteros, CIEMAT
Prof. Juan Antonio Melero URJC
Dr. Juan Manuel Coronado IMDEA Energy
Prof. Pilar Ocón, UAM
Dr. José Iglesias, LabTE URJC
FLASH PRESENTATION & POSTER SESSION
Posters: The organization will provide the posting. Posters should be delivered to the organizers at the registration desk. The recommended size is the A0 portraits (84 cm width x 118 cm height).
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS