Biorefineries are an alternative to the processing of oil and its derivatives. Their development offers new alternatives for the use of forest, agricultural and algal biomass. This in turn provides exciting opportunities to generate differentiated products with a low ecological footprint and widespread market acceptance. After years of scientific and technological research, industrial applications are becoming an attractive reality.
On the occasion of the conference, there will be 3 days of keynote lectures, oral presentations, poster sessions and parallel activities that will highlight new processes and products.
Thematic areas are those related to the production, physical and chemical modification, characterization and applications of: bioplastics, biocomposites, macro/micro and nano cellulose fibers, carbon-based materials and bio-based adhesives.