Anaerobic Digestion: Regional Research Showcase

Date: 11th April

Time: 9:00am–1:00pm

Venue: Teesside University

Anaerobic digestion facility

A free, half-day event showcasing the latest discoveries and innovation for AD from across Yorkshire, the Humber and the North East. Hear from biologists, chemists, engineers and other AD scientists: a series of talks will be followed by a poster session and networking lunch.

Organised as part of the THYME project mobilising bioeconomy knowledge exchange at the Universities of Teesside, York and Hull.

Draft programme

9.00 – arrival and coffee

9.30 – introduction

9.45 – James Chong: Making sense of sewage (University of York)

10.00 – Caroline Orr: Improving Efficiency of AD by further understanding microbial processes (Teesside University)

10.15 – Lynsay Blake: Anaerobic digestion and municipal solid waste (Durham University)

10.30 – Alex Jukes: Advancing AD at the Biorenewables Development Centre (BDC)

10.45 – coffee and networking

11.15 – Davide Poggio: Anaerobic digestion research at Energy 2050 (University of Sheffield)

11.30 – Miller Alonso Camargo-Valero: The Second Sewage Sludge Revolution (University of Leeds)

11.45 Summary

12 – 1 Networking lunch and poster session

After lunch, there is an optional tour of the National Horizons Centre.

Draft programme

9.00 – arrival and coffee

9.30 – introduction and speakers tbc

12 – 1 Networking lunch and poster session

Register now.