Dhruv Tapasvi's PhD defence
Dhruv Tapasvi has worked as a PhD student at NTNU on the following topic: "Experimental and Simulation Studies on Biomass Torrefaction and Gasification". He was funded by CenBio (WP2.3 - Pyrolysis). Prof. Khanh-Quang Tran (NTNU) was his main supervisor and Dr. Morten Grønli (NTNU) was his co-supervisor. He will defend his PhD thesis on Monday 22 June 2015 at Gløshaugen Campus in Trondheim.
His trial lecture will take place on the same day, on the topic: "Biomass fast pyrolysis and pyrolysis-oil upgrading". (2015-06-18)
The CenBio Annual Report 2014 contains an overview of the organization of the Centre, an extensive review of all the activities carried out in 2014 and also a list of all publications within CenBio. The report can be downloaded here. (2015-03-24)
Vincent Eijsink (NMBU). (Photo: NMBU)
Vincent Eijsink wins the Bioenergy Innovation Award 2015
Out of the three nominees (including Dovre AS and Anders H. Strømman from the Ind.Ecol group at NTNU), Vincent Eijsink (NMBU) won the Bioenergy Innovation Award 2015, awarded on Tuesday 17 March during the CenBio Days 2015 at Hell (Norway).
Eijsink has actively and effectively contributed to the development of biogas solutions of direct relevance to industrial actors.
More information on the motivations of the jury can be found here; and other similar articles (NMBU, SINTEF Energy Research). (2015-03-20)
CenBio Days 2015 on 17-19 March
The CenBio Days 2015 will give us an opportunity to learn and discuss on:
We will also grant the Bioenergy Innovation Award 2015 on Tuesday 17 March during the dinner.
There will be one internal day (Thursday 19 March) for CenBio members only.
The agenda is available here.
Please register online before 20 February 2015.
Suggest candidates for the Bioenergy Innovation Award 2015!
The Bioenergy Innovation Award was established five years ago by CenBio to stimulate and reward knowledge-based innovation and entrepreneurship in the field of bioenergy. The deadline for suggesting candidates is February 10. More information can be found in the official announcement (in Norwegian). (2015-01-19)
Quang Vu Bach has worked as a PhD student at NTNU on the following topic: "Wet Torrefaction of Biomass - Production and Conversation of Hydrochar". He was funded by CenBio (WP2.5) through the KMB project STOP. Prof. Khanh-Quang Tran (NTNU) was his main supervisor and Dr. Øyvind Skreiberg (SINTEF Energy Research) was his co-supervisor. He will defend his PhD thesis on Wednesday 21 January 2015 at Gløshaugen Campus in Trondheim.
His trial lecture will take place on the same day, on the topic: "The role of gasification in fuel and energy production". (2015-01-08)
Published May 7, 2009
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