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European Algae Biomass 2015

Date: 22nd April 2015 - 23rd April 2015 Location: Amsterdam - The Netherlands

Maximising Commercial Successes In Algae Biomass By Combining Focussed R&D With Business Strategy.

ACI’s 5th annual European Algae Biomass Conference will once again bring together senior executives from industry and academia to discuss the latest commercial and technical developments, challenges and research breakthroughs throughout the entire algae value chain.

The conference will have a heavy focus on case study examples of latest technologies in operation in the global algae industry. Discuss the technical challenges faced when optimising the cultivation of algae. Study the current and future commercial markets for algae products and the challenges faced during the commercialisation process including the views from three different end markets.


22nd April 2015
23rd April 2015
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Radisson Blu Hotel Amsterdam Airport
Boeing Avenue 2
Schiphol-Rijk, Amsterdam, NL-1119 PB Netherlands

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+31 20 655 3131
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Exclusive LGem and AlgaPARC Dual Site Visit – Tuesday 21st April 2015

During the afternoon of 21st April 2015 a limited number of conference attendees will receive a unique opportunity to visit both LGem and AlgaPARC facilities.

There is no extra charge to attend the site visit, but spaces are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis. Please register your attendance for the site visit when booking for the conference.

  • Roadmap to Commercialisation of Algal Bioproducts
  • Recent Production Platforms for Algal Biomass
  • Microalgae Harvesting & Processing
  • Different Applications & Products from Algae: Nutricients, Animal Feed, Cosmetics, Pharma & Biochemicals
  • Investment Activity in Microalgae Technology
  • Project case studies: Biofuels from Algae
  • R&D updates and expected innovations in algae technologies
  • Algae as an Effective Tool in Waste Water Treatment
  • Application of Algae in Carbon Capture
  • Mario Tredici, Vice President, European Algae Biomass Association (EABA) & Professor, Univesrity of Florence
  • Vitor Verdelho, President,EABA & Necton, CDO A4F
  • John R. Benemann, CEO, MicroBio Engineering
  • Sammy Boussiba, Professor Microalgal Biotechnology, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  • Cees Sagt, Principal Scientist Strain Development, DSM Biotechnology Center
  • Jim Flatt, CTO – Synthetic Genomics
  • Olivier Lepine, Managing Director, AlgoSource
  • Sander Hazewinkel, Chief Commercial Officer, LGem B.V.
  • Peter Ripplinger, CEO, Subitec GmbH
  • Lolke Sijtsma, Senior Scientist / Project leader marine biotechnology, Wageningen UR
  • Michele Stanley, Project Leader of The Biomara Project, Scottish Marine Institute SAMS
  • Bernardo Llamas Moya, Technology Director, FCC Aqualia
  • Ohad Zuckerman, CEO, UniVerve Ltd
  • Jorge Bauzá, I&D Director, Buggypower
  • Ulrike Schmid-Staiger, Group leader Environmental Biotechnology and Bioprocess, Fraunhofer IGB
  • James Drage, Managing Partner – Algal Ventures & Atlantic Venture Capital Partners
  • Luciano Falqui, R&D Project Manager – Plastica Alfa S.r.l.
  • Detlef Weber, CEO, Algae Natural Food
  • Antonis Kokossis, Leading Expert – D-FACTORY – THE MICRO ALGAE BIOREFINERY, National Technical University Of Athens
  • Marcio Arêdes Martins, Biofuels Laboratory, Universidade Federal de Viçosa
  • Efthalia Arvaniti, Consultant, NNFCC & Project Manager, EnAlgae project
  • Jorien Fret, MicroAlgae Innovations, Proviron
  • Arjen Van Kampen, Consultant, PNO Consultants

Algae cultivation plant owners and operators, leading algae/biomass research institutes, technology providers for cultivation, harvesting, dewatering, drying, oil extraction and processing, plant engineers and constructors, algae end market users, biofuel producers and green energy & biotech investors.

Lallemand Inc * William Grant & Sons Limited * Munich Reinsurance Company * Rafineria Trzebinia S.A. * EID Parry (India) Limited * DSM Biotechnology Center * Synthetic Genomics * National Food Institute / DTU-Food * SABIC * Yodfat Engineers Ltd. Israel * Technische Universität München* AgroTech A/S * Plastica Alfa S.r.l. * Ben-Gurion University of the Negev * SCHOTT AG * Korea Institute of Energy Research * Algenuity * Algae Natural Food * Aqualia FCC * Bio Alians Technologie * ON * Fraunhofer Institute for Interfacial Engineering and Biotechnology (IGB) * National Technical University of Athens * Georg Fischer DEKA GmbH * A4f * Atlantic Venture Capital Partners * Florence University * AlgoSource Technologies * Innovas Waste Technologies * Lgem B.v * GF Piping Systems * Buggypower (Portugal) Lda * Algaetech International * Universidade Federal De Viçosa * Darmstadt University of Technology * VITO * NNFCC * Mälardalens Högskola * Proviron * Subitec GmbH * MicroA AS * MicroBio Engineering, Inc. * Invest in Iceland * Deeside Water Company * Scottish Marine Institute (SAMS) * REAGECON * UniVerve Ltd * Klueber Lubrication Muenchen SE & Co. KG * SINTEF Fisheries and Aquaculture * Evodos * ENZA ZADEN * Algae World * Giunta Nicola Construction Limited * Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research * Valagro* Star Chemicals * Samconsult S.A. * DECHEMA Exhibitions * Solix BioSystems Vostok * CEA Grenoble * Utah State University * PKN ORLEN S.A. * Toux Algae * Dr Behr GmbH * KADECO * AITEX * Clariant * WesTech Engineering * Drie Wilgen Development * Umeå University * Delta Biofuel * Plymouth Marine Laboratory * Neem Biotech Ltd * Orkla Health * TomAlgae * INFORS HT * IB Network Norway * TECHNA SA * The Knowledge Transfer Network * Nattviken Invest AB * Algkraft * Suez Environnement * Qatar University – Algal Technologies Program * Centre for Process Innovation Limited (CPI) * BDI-BioEnergy International * QinetiQ Space * Adisseo * Biomasa Peninsular S.A. * Vinderen Sp. Z O.o. Fermentalg * Actives International * Olmix Group – Amadeite * Joule and many more…