eseia Professional Training - Bioresource Energy Transition

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Date: June 28-29, 2016
Location / Venue: Brussels, Belgium

eseia is inviting you to take part in the Professional Training Event on the topic of “Bioresource Energy Transition” in Brussels, Belgium, from 28-29 June 2016.

This training is a unique opportunity to receive training from top scientists and practitioners from various disciplines. Participants will not only generate understanding of the biobased economy, but they will also have the chance to elaborate on their own biobased subject with support of experienced professionals. In two days the following issues are subsequently covered:

  • What are main markets of the biobased economy, and how can you make a market proposition?
  • What are major biobased technologies and skills in value chain, and how can you use them?
  • What are the main costs and benefits of the biobased economy, and how can you assess these?

This hands-on course will be led by Dr. Yoram Krozer from the University of Twente. Lectures will be given by Petra Doelman, Director of Allianta, and Prof. Michael Narodoslawsky from Graz University of Technology. This training opportunity target PhDs and Professionals from any field who want to get a better understanding of the Biobased Economy.

The training will take place in the new eseia Brussels Meeting Space located in the Neth-ER building, the Netherlands house of Education and Research, Rue d’Arlon 22, 1050 Brussels.

You can register now on the eseia ETP website or directly through this link.

Applicants should prepare a short motivation, CV and area of interest. Application Deadline: 21 June 2016

The fee for the training is €250, including lunch, refreshments and course materials. Accommodation and travel must be arranged by the participants, you can contact eseia for hotel recommendations.

Download the flyer and the agenda for the eseia Professional Training.

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact the eseia Team.

Contact Person: Boglarka Vajda, boglarka.vajda@eseia.eu, tel: +43 316 873 5283