IEA Bioenergy Conference 2012
13. - 15. November 2012
Schloß Schönbrunn Conference Center
IEA Bioenergy in cooperation with the Institute of Chemical Engineering at the Vienna University of Technology and JOANNEUM RESEARCH
Description / table of contents
The IEA Bioenergy Conference 2012 will provide to stakeholders in R & D, industry and policy an insight into the recent research and market developments in bioenergy. The conference includes all topics dealt with by IEA Bioenergy as well as by partner organizations like FAO, GBEP and UNDP.
Presentations will address all stages in bioenergy systems: from growth of biomass, to conversion to energy carriers and, to use for energy services. Cross cutting topics like sustainability (GHG emissions), socio-economy and trade will also be discussed. Policy makers will benefit from the latest conclusions on policy recommendations based on a global scientific energy technology network.
Participants will be presented the latest information on promising bioenergy technologies in the stimulating and enjoyable surroundings of the Vienna University of Technology. A pleasant social programme also provides opportunities for relaxation and networking.
Information on participation
Registration & Fees
- Regular Fee 450 Euro
- Students Fee 350 Euro
The fee includes the participation in all lectures and presentations, coffee breaks, and lunch on both conference days (13. – 14. 11. 2012) as well as a conference package (proceedings, programme, etc.) and access to the internal area of the IEA Bioenergy Conference 2012 webpage. In this area you will have access to the electronic (pdf) versions of the presentations and other material after the event.
Social programme and technical excursions are additional events and are not included in the registration fee.
Please note that the registration deadline is 31 October 2012. Registration after this deadline is only possible at the conference desk. The onsite conference fee is € 500,–.
Society for the Supportance of Sustainable Energy Technique Based on Polygeneration Strategies of Biomass
Phone: +43 (1)588 01-15901