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ABBB Conference coming to San Diego

June 13, 2016
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Conference organizers (L) José A. Olivares and (R) Richard Sayre

Conference organizers (L) José A. Olivares and (R) Richard Sayre

One of the premier events in the algae calendar is coming to San Diego June 26-29. The 6th International Conference on Algal Biomass, Biofuels and Bioproducts, meeting at Paradise Point, will feature direct interaction for attendees with scientific and technical leaders in this field.

The event’s emphasis is on the latest unpublished technical and scientific results, along with discussions among strategic partners and leaders in the field. The conference is designed to facilitate extended interaction periods, dedicated networking sessions, and exciting technical presentations.

Content-wise, the conference will cover all areas of emerging technologies in algal research, including microalgae, macroalgae, and cyanobacteria: biology, biomass production, cultivation, harvesting, extraction, biorefinery, feedstock conversion into fuels, bioproducts, and econometrics and sustainability analyses. This year the program will also include special sessions on the latest progress reports from consortia groups and industry.

Themes for the presentations:

  • Algal Biology: Molecular Traits of Microalgae for Biofuels
  • Algal Biology: Metabolic Regulation of Microalgae for Biofuels
  • Algal Biology: Biodiversity and Bioprospecting of Microalgae for Biofuels
  • Algal Cultivation: Phototrophic Systems in Open Ponds
  • Algal Cultivation: Phototrophic Systems in Photobioreactors
  • Algal Cultivation: Heterotrophic Systems, including utilization of waste waters for algal production
  • Algal Harvesting and Extraction Systems
  • New Conversion Technologies for Algal Biofuels, including catalytic, thermal, and enzymatic systems
  • Bioproducts from Algae Including High-Value Products and Co-products
  • Life Cycle, Technoeconomic, and Sustainability Modeling and Analysis of Algal Production and Fuel Cycle Systems
  • New technologies in support of algal research in the areas of separation, refining, detection and analysis
  • Algal consortia: reports on integrated algal biofuels research efforts

Industry focus: reports on the latest industry efforts in biofuels and bioproducts

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