October 15-17, 2019
Neubausaal Schwäbisch Hall, Germany
Languages: English/German with professional translators
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
dear renewable mobility enthusiasts,
we at IBBK are very happy to announce the Call for Papers for our upcoming international conference “Progress in Biomethane Mobility”, starting right now.
This platform will give you the chance to present your results from research and development, your experiences from practice, your hottest new innovations etc. to an international audience with a specific interest in biogas, bioenergy and renewable mobility.
This conference is perfect for you if you:
So if you’re asking yourself now which subjects will be touched in the conference…
⬇️ Keep reading ⬇️
We look forward to receiving YOUR abstract submissions on the following subjects:
To submit your abstract, simply download our abstract template on our website and fill out the blanks.
To access this site, please follow the below button which will lead you to the event website. There, you follow the orange button that says “Submit Your Abstract Here” which will direct you to the page where you can download the abstract template with the orange button as a .docx-file.
Please follow the structure of the document when filling it out and submit it back to the email-address indicated inside the document until March 1st, 2019.
Your presentation can be held either in English or German language as there will be professional simultaneous translation during both conference days.
We thank Dr. Attila Kovács of EBA (European Biogas Association) from Hungary for confirming his keynote- presentation on the first day of the conference on the subject of “Cross-Border Trading of Biomethane“. With a PhD in economics and a masters in chemical engineering, Dr. Kovács is a member of the executive board of the European Biogas Association since 2009. Besides further activities in the field of energy supply, Dr. Kovács actively promotes biogas technology in Hungary and other Central-Eastern European countries since 2004.
If you think this subject could be interesting for a colleague or friend of yours, feel free to forward this message.
Thank you in advance.