Present and Potential Uses of Algae - A Cooperation Event
Climate change, increases in the price of fossil fuels and the search for renewable energy have made the potential uses of algae a hot topic within the ﬁeld of sustainable development. Whether it is micro or macro, marine or limnic algae; whether it is for bioenergy production, water pollution remediation, CO2 capture, landfill management, or feed production, we have only just started to explore its potential. Our challenge is now to bring the research a step further and into practical use connecting basic research, commercial initiatives and ecological applications.
On the 28th and 29th of September the Municipality of Trelleborg and the Baltic Sea Region SUBMARINER project welcome you to an algae conference on the potential and future use of algae to be held in Trelleborg, Sweden.
The event will include a variety of lectures, workshops, exhibits, study tours, and unique opportunities for exchange. Invited speakers will range from local governments with experience in algae use, companies with practical application examples and researchers within the ﬁeld. The event is targeted towards anyone with an interest in the latest research and practical use of algae and more speciﬁcally to national and local governments, private companies and scientists. An exhibition fair and cooperation event for businesses and entrepreneurs will be held. There are no registration fees.
The topics for the conference include:
- Algae potential for replacing fossil fuels
- System analysis of algae use
- Multiple uses of algae biomass
- Research challenges for large scale algae production
- Algae today: current use of algae by companies and local governments
- Algae technology: making the production and use economically feasible
For more information about keynote speakers, how to submit an abstract, registration and more please visit the event page here.