LU Biofuels and f3 arrange an open seminar on


November 29th 2012, Lund, Paleastra

f3 and LU Biofuels invite you to an open seminar on integrated biofuel production, covering both policy and technology perspectives. Take the opportunity to get an update on current developments in sustainable biofuels for transportation, and to meet colleagues in policy, industry, and research!

Presentations and discussions will be held/moderated by

Lars J Nilsson, Lund UniversityKristina Holmgren, Swedish Energy AgencyChristel Cederberg, SIK – the Swedish Institute for Food and BiotechnologyJoakim Lundgren, Luleå University of TechnologyMaria Grahn, Chalmers University of TechnologyGuido Zacchi, Lund UniversityKatja Salomon Johansen,  Novozymes A/SAnna Schnürer, Swedish University of Agricultural SciencesPål Börjesson, Lund UniversityLisbeth Olsson, Chalmers University of TechnologyEd van Niel, Lund University

The program will be updated continuously. Be sure to visit the websites of f3 and LU Biofuels for current information!

The seminar is free of charge but requires registration by e-mail to the f3 centre office at the latest November 15th. The same date applies for cancellation.

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