25. Mai 2023, 19:00 bis 21:00
ESEIA Lecture Series: Sustainable Energy Innovation Systems for Climate Neutrality
The fourth lecture, on
Circular Bio Based Systems: metabolon From Theory to Practice
will be delivered at Aula, TU Graz, 25 May 2023, 19.00 21.00 CET .
Guest lecture by
Michael Bongards, ESEIA WG 1 Bioresource Coordinator, TH Köln University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Response 1: Alexandra Loidl , City of Graz, Director Waste Management
Response 2: Christian Schreyer, CEO of Styrian Waste Management Association
Chair: Marlene Kienberger, Research group Biorefinery leader, CEET, TU Graz
If you are interested in circular economy and if you would like to find out how to make carbon black from bicycle tires then you should not miss this lecture.
Our guest lecturer will not only explain the challenges of a circular economy in theory, he will also shed light on practical implications for making local material cycles for bioresources profitable
Our guest lecturer will give an overview of novel green technologies and the challenges linked to their integration in society
Using the case of metabolon he will give an overview of main areas of research and innovation including organic and inorganic waste materials, treatment facilities on technical scale, and interdisciplinary approach, biotechnology, mechanical and chemical engineering, and automation using AI
Two respondents will give their professional insights highlighting solutions from the point of view of the City of Graz and the Region of Styria, Austria
Join us for this exceptional lecture !
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