The European Biomass Conference & Exhibition is a premiere global event for research and development on all aspects of this dynamic energy sector. It is a world class renowned science-to-science, business-to-business and science-to-industry platform with an absolute and exclusive focus on the global Biomass sector. Top scientists and technology decision makers from industry and research institutes regularly attend EUBCE to share and learn the latest updates.
In 2019 the 27th EUBCE will take place from 27th to 30th of May in Lisbon, Portugal and it will be chaired by Maria da Graça Carvalho, European Commission, Directorate-General Research and Innovation, Member Scientific Advice Mechanism Unit. This edition will be developed around the role of biomass in delivering the Paris targets and supporting sustainable development goals.
The Conference Programme is realized by a Scientific and Industry focused Committees from institutional and industrial research organisations under the Chair of the European Commission’s JRC – Joint Research Centre which has selected over 800 top-level contributions from abstracts received from over 3700 authors and co-authors from more than 80 different countries.
The participants, – as in every edition, will have the opportunity to win Prizes and Awards, such as the Linnerborn Prize – awarded to an individual for outstanding merits in biomass – the EUBIA Award – given to companies which demonstrate an high effort in supporting biomass development at commercial and industrial level – and the Poster Awards.
The EUBCE is for students and young researchers a great opportunity too. Indeed, the most remarkable and outstanding work will receive the EUBCE Student Award -a certificate and recognition delivered during the EUBCE Closing session – and the awarded students will be able to show their research, during the conference, with an oral or a poster presentation.
The EUBCE Conference has a great scientific tradition addressing topics from biomass itself to conversion processes for biofuels, bioenergy and biorefineries, to industrial applications of research results and to political policies and impacts on the environment.
Excellence, innovation and opportunities for innovation are the strict criteria that have to be respected to take part in the European Biomass Conference & Exhibition.