Call for Abstracts: 3rd International Conference on Monitoring & Process Control of Anaerobic Digestions Plants
3rd International Conference on Monitoring & Process Control of Anaerobic Digestions Plants (Link)
29. - 30. März 2017, KUBUS - Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, Permoserstraße 15, 04318 Leipzig
Anaerobic digestion is a complex process of subsequent and interacting degradation steps. A precise control of this complex biological process is crucial to make the biogas production process more efficient, reliable and profitable. Novel process monitoring and controlling tools are necessary to improve performance of anaerobic digestion.
The 3rd conference “Monitoring & Process Control of Anaerobic Digestion Plants” focuses on the requirements of measurement tools, best practice and practically implemented applications of monitoring and control devices.
Topics & Call for Abstracts until September 20, 2016 (Link)
Process simulation & control
Monitoring and control of plant efficiency
Practical experience of process monitoring and control
Laboratory measurements: Reliability & validity
Monitoring for safety and emission reduction purposes
Microbiological analysis: Potential for process characterization and optimization
The conference language will be English (except the conference AquaMak).
Conference AquaMak - Aquatische Makrophyten – ökologisch und ökonomisch optimierte Nutzung | March 30-31, 2017
Workshop Record Biomap - Biomethane production in small and medium scale units | March 28, 2017
Registration deadline: March 20, 2017
Companies are welcome to present themselves at the exhibition during the conference days.
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Venue & Organizing Committee
The conference will take place in the Leipziger KUBUS and is organized by the programme “Biomass energy use,” the German Biomass Research Centre (DBFZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gGmbH), the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ), and the Hessian State Laboratory (LHL).