The call for posters is officially closed!
However, if you have a good contribution please contact Jörgen Held.
A maximum of 40 posters will be accepted for presentation and published in the REGATEC 2018 conference proceedings. Poster proposals meeting the quality requirements are accepted on a first come, first served basis until the maximum number is reached. Besides the scientific quality and industrial relevance REGATEC strives to get a good international mix of poster presenters and at the same time respect the gender equality.

Please use the abstract template for the proposal.
If you have problems to open a .docx document you can try the Word 97-2003 version of the abstract template.


  • Anaerobic digestion, gas cleaning and upgrading
  • Cryogenic upgrading and/or liquefaction
  • Biomass gasification, syngas cleaning, methanation, CHP production and industrial use
  • Power-to-gas

ACCEPTED POSTERS (Listed when the poster presenter fee is paid)

Biomethane for injection into natural gas grid: overcoming the gas quality challenges
Dairo Ballestas Castro, GRTgaz

WWTPs energy production approach: improve of bio-gas production and bio-methane for automotive fuel
Maycoll Romero-Güiza, FCC Aqualia

The COSIN project: biomethane and synthetic natural gas production in a waste water treatment plant in Barcelona
Núria Basset Olive, Cetaqua

Low-temperature CO2 methanation catalyst for Power-To-Gas
Anne-Cécile Roger, University of Strasbourg

Efficient use of biomass for low emission production of renewable energy and biotechnological valuable products: coupling thermochemical and biological processes
Dolores Jurado, University of Strasbourg

Production of endoglucanase and beta-glucosidase in submerged fermentation of agroindustrial residues by Aspergillus nidulans
Kornél L. Kovacs, Hungarian Biogas Association

Comparison between automated anaerobic digestion test systems for determination of biochemical methane potential of cellulose
Birthe Nielsen, University of Greenwich

Lt-AD: Low temperature Anaerobic Digestion technology treating low strength wastewater at a high rate – recovering high quality biogas
Dermot Hughes, NVP Energy

Characteristic of tar content and syngas composition during beech wood updraft gasification
Jacek Kluska, Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery, Polish Academy of Science

A 100% renewable gas mix in France in 2050?
Simon Métivier, Solagro

The challenge of total silicon measurement – meeting European biomethane quality standards
Lucy Culleton, National Physical Laboratory

Particle monitoring and filtration downstream a methanation reactor: ensuring a clean gas in the grid
Serge Biollaz, Paul Scherrer Institut

Successful demonstration of direct biogas methanation by long duration test
Tilman Schildhauer, Paul Scherrer Institut

Trace Sulphur and Organic Compounds in Biogas from Different Biomass Sources
Adelaide Calbry-Muzyka, Paul Scherrer Institut

Gasification & syngas upgrading to biomethane using novel Qvidja Kraft oxygen enriched gasification technology and biological conversion
Marko Niskanen, Qvidja Kraft Ab

Qvidja Kraft develops cost effective technologies both for energy storage (power to gas) and for syngas upgrading
Anni Alitalo, Qvidja Kraft Ab

Sewage sludge gasification with plasma processing
Nerijus Striugas, Lithuanian Energy Institute

Hot-Pot based novel approach for Biogas Upgrading to Biomethane: results of two years operation in a demonstration plant
Walter Giacopini, GM-Greenmethane

Integrating electrochemical, biological, physical, and thermochemical process units to expand the applicability of anaerobic digestion
Joseph Usack, University of Tübingen

ECOSGAS Project: Removal of Organic Sulfur Species from Gasification Gases by Reactive Adsorption
José María Sánchez Hérves, CIEMAT

Ni-CaO based bi-functional catalyst/sorbent for a H2-rich gas from biomass gasification
Claire Courson, University of Strasbourg

Research into syngas production and composition manipulation via multistage direct injection of submerged plasma arc gasification
Ermanno Santilli, MagneGas Corporation

Study of effect of the water vapor removal on the biogas stream
Joaquin Reina, Energy & Waste S.L.

Power-to-Methane in Europe: a prerequisite for fast installation of wind and solar power generation and decarbonization
Doris Hafenbradl, Electrochaea

Production of biohydrogen (bioH2) with industrial waste water: initial comparative study
Oscar Aguilar-Juárez, CIATEJ

Radiographic and thermogravimetric investigation into pyrolysis of a single wood particle
Pawel Kazimierski, Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery, Polish Academy of Science

Biological methanation of hydrogen and carbon dioxide: assessment of long-term lab pilot experiments
Claire Dumas, INSA Toulouse

Production of hydrogen and methane by a fermentation process – Identification of fermentative pathways
Robert Manig, DBI Gas- und Umwelttechnik GmbH

Bio-SNG production from biomass gasification – duration tests with MILENA/OLGA/ESME for selection of catalysts and sorbents
Guadalupe Aranda Almansa, ECN-TNO

Case study for a Biogas-Solar thermal hybrid plant for a dairy in the MENA region
Jan Sprafke, University of Rostock

Conversion of CO and CO2 from biomass gasifiers and biogas plants by direct synthesis of short-chain hydrocarbons
Jens Schneider, DBFZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbH

Excellent CO2 bulk and trace removal from (bio)gas with membranes in the iLNG process scheme
Jerom van Roosmalen, Osomo Projects/iLNG

Opportunity analysis for implementing a Centralized Biogas Plant in Thailand within the dairy sector utilizing cow manure and local biomass residues as feedstock for biogas production
Rikke Lybæk, Roskilde University

Coupling a biomass gasification process and a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC)
Francois Ricoul, S3d Ingénierie

Improved gas quality at biogas and bio-waste plants during controlled dosage of calcium nitrate solution validated by molecular analyses of the microbial communities and their activities
Marina Ettl, Yara GmbH & Co. KG