Fast Growning Trees and Plants Growing for Energy Purpose
Theory and good practices of growing and energy use of biomass
4 - 5 September 2019
The aim of the international conference is to present a comprehensive view on the importance of biomass for its sustainable energy use. Results obtained from the studying functional processes that are responsible for the production potential of energy trees and plants under specific agro-environmental conditions will be presented. Another objective is to point to "good practice" experiences of growing and environmental impact of energy crops.
Innovative EU strategies related to the circular economy in terms of applied bioenergy research focused, in particular, on the latest trends in biochemical and thermochemical conversion of biomass to biofuels with higher energy density will be also discussed.
At the end of the conference, the participants will be able to take part in an excursion to the experimental plantation of fast-growing trees and plants in Kolíňany, biogas station and a laboratory for biomass gasification.
The Conference is intended for university educators, researchers, practitioners, PhD. students and the scientific public.
Languages of the Conference: Slovak, Czech and English
Prof. Zuzana Jureková, PhD. – SUA in Nitra, Slovakia
Prof. Ján Gaduš, PhD. – SUA in Nitra, Slovakia
Assoc. prof. Shigeru Okada, PhD. – The University of Tokyo, Japan
Prof. Ján Mareček, PhD. – Mendel University in Brno, Czech Republic
Prof. Dr. Edward Pierzgalski, PhD.- Warsaw University of Life Sciences Warsaw
|Martin Prčík, PhD.||Marián Kotrla, PhD.|
|Martin Hauptvogl, PhD.||Ľubica Civáňová|
|Žaneta Pauková, PhD.||Tomáš Giertl, PhD.|
Venue: SUA Congress Centre, Tr. Andreja Hlinku 38, Nitra
Subscription and abstract submission deadline: April 12th, 2019
Registration fee payment deadline: June 14th, 2019
Registration fee: 90 € per person
The registration fee includes food (refreshments and 2 lunches), organizational costs, peer-reviewed conference proceedings on CD-ROM, printed abstract proceedings and social evening.
In case of interest, accommodation in the Student Dormitory A. Bernolák (Tr. Andreja Hlinku 38, Nitra) can be arranged. The reservation will be provided individually, based on advance request.
Papers can be written in Slovak, Czech and English language (max. 8 pages). Selected papers will be published in the scientific journal Acta Regionalia et Environmentalica (in English language).
The papers should be sent to: Martin Hauptvogl
Paper submission deadline: June 14th, 2019
For further information please see the 1st Announcement.