8th European Algae Industry Summit

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The event will explore the ongoing developments of the algae industry. It will address both the technical and commercial aspects of algae production and its end-uses, in Europe and across the globe.


Who Should Attend

  • Algae end market users in cosmetics, flavours, nutrition, animal feed, food and many more
  • Algae producers & cultivation plant owners and operators
  • Leading algae/biomass research institutes, technology providers for cultivation, harvesting, dewatering, drying, oil extraction and processing
  • Plant engineers and constructors, biofuel producers and green energy & biotech investors


Topics

  • The Volatility of the Algae Industry
  • Implementing Sustainability for Algae Projects
  • Algae Production
  • Exploring Production, Harvesting & Extraction Technologies
  • Algae for Animal Feed & Aquaculture
  • Wastewater Treatment Solution
  • Algae for Nutritional Products
  • Standardisation & Awareness for Algae Products – Focus on Food Products
  • Algae in Cosmetics Applications
  • Agricultural Utilisation of Algae
  • Algae as an Energy Source


Selected Speakers

  • Mario Tredici, Vice President, EABA
  • Olivier Lepine, Managing Director, AlgoSource
  • Dr. Edgar Ahn, Managing Director, BDI – BioLife Science
  • Sammy Boussiba, Head of Microalgal Biotechnology Laboratory, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
  • Vincent Usache, General Manager, Microphyt
  • Fritz Wintersteller,Director Business Development, SCHOTT
  • John R. Benemann, CEO, MicroBio Engineering
  • Syed Isa Syed Alwi, Group CEO, Algaetech Group Of Companies
  • Mine Uran, CEO, Alver
  • Silvia Fluch, COO, Ecoduna
  • Alexandra Mosch, Managing Director, MIAL
  • Filipa Melo de Vasconcelos, General Subinspector, ASAE – Economic and Food Authority of Portugal
  • Carlos Unamunzaga Escosura, General Manager, Fitoplancton Marino
  • Carlos Rodriguez Villa, General Manager, AlgaEnergy

 

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