Posters

A maximum of 40 posters will be accepted for presentation and published in the REGATEC 2019 conference proceedings. Poster proposals meeting the quality requirements are accepted on a first come, first served basis until the maximum number is reached or until 31st of March. 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.

A maximum of 10 poster presenters from the Baltic countries (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) and from Europe’s Eastern Partnership (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine) are able to get travel, hotel and conference cost covered up to 900 EUR/person when sending a proposal related to landfill gas extraction and utilization as part of the collaboration with LFG Baltic.

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.

Topics

  • Anaerobic digestion, gas cleaning and upgrading
  • Landfill gas extraction and utilization (LFG Baltic)
  • Cryogenic upgrading and/or liquefaction
  • Biomass gasification, syngas cleaning, methanation, CHP production and industrial use
  • Power-to-gas

Send the poster proposal to info@regatec.org. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or doubts.

ACCEPTED POSTERS – Landfill gas
Biogas from landfills in Latvia
Vilis Dubrovskis*, Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies

Treatment and Utilisation of Low Calorific Landfill Gas
Lisa Larsson, Technical Department, Region Gotland

Chemical methods of controlling the explosion hazard during landfill gas production
Harutyun Piloyan*, Institute of Chemical Physics NAS, Armenia

Comparison of Energy Indicators for the Extraction of Carbon Dioxide from Landfill Gas in Absorption Processes Modeling
Hennadiy Zhuk*, Gas Institute NAS of Ukraine

Thermal degradation of RDF obtained from landfill
Justas Eimontas*, Lithuanian Energy Institute

* Approved for reimbursement up to 900 EUR to cover the conference fee and travel and hotel costs.

ACCEPTED POSTERS – Biogas, gasification and Power-to-gas
Tars and Inhibition of Biological Methanation Using Synthesis Gas of an Allothermal Wood Gasifier
Thomas Trabold, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Synthesis of light hydrocarbons from carbon monoxide/biogas and electrolytic hydrogen
Sebastian Dietrich, DFBZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbH

Biomethane measurements at GoBiGas: Results of the experimental campaign carried out from pellets gasification and methanation
Dario Ballestas Castro, GRTgaz

Qvidja Kraft develops cost effective technologies both for energy storage (power to gas) and for syngas upgrading and is now stepping to the market
Marko Niskanen, Qvidja Kraft ab

The importance of recycled and synthetic fuels in the mitigation of climate change
Anni Alitalo, Qvidja Kraft ab

Reference gas standards and measurement methods for reactive impurities in biogas and biomethane
Heleen Meuzelaar, VSL Dutch Metrology Institute

What if electricity from wood costs 2 euro cents / kWh and produces high quality charcoal?
Benjamin Hupfauf, MCI-Environmental, Process & Energy Engineering

Fabrication and characterization of highly selective polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF)-ionic liquid blended membranes for gas separation
Marc Koch, MCI-Environmental, Process & Energy Engineering

Biological CO2-Methanation: an Approach to Standardization
Doris Hafenbradl, Electrochaea GmbH

Biogas Desulfurization within the MeGa-StoRE (Power-to-gas) Project
Sebastian Nis Bay Villadsen, Technical University of Denmark

On-line Measuring and Monitoring of tar in gasification process gases
York Neubauer, TCKON Engineering Services Dr.-Ing. York Neubauer

Boosting the Biomass to SNG Conversion Efficiency by Methanation-Enhanced Gasification – Design of a 400 bar Test Rig
Gebhard Waizmann, IFK – University of Stuttgart

Sewage treatment plants as important future nodes in the energy system
Daniel Cenk Rosenfeld, Energy Institute at the Johannes Kepler University Linz

MAPPED: Development and industrialization of monitoring tools at local and territory scales to boost and optimize biogas production
Charlotte Richard, ENGIE

Bio-CNG as transport fuel: a viable option for the transport sector worldwide
Christian Eilert, EnviTec Biogas AG

Syngas biomethanation by mixed microbial consortia in trickle bed reactors
Ioannis Skiadas, Technical University of Denmark

Calculation and Analysis of Efficiencies and Annual Performances of Power-to-Gas Systems
Jachin Gorre, HSR Hochschule für Technik

Combination of PV, Battery and Power-to-Gas
Robin Leonhard, HSR Hochschule für Technik

Cattle manure to biomethane: A techno-economic assessment of small and medium scale value chains in the Swiss context
Serge Biollaz, Paul Scherrer Institut

Development of Power-to-Methane (PtM) technology in KIER (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
Myung Won Seo, Korea Institute of Energy Research

CO2 methanation using Ni-based catalysts in a pressurized bubbling fluidized bed reactor
Ho-Jung Ryu, Korea Institute of Energy Research

Heat transfer in a fluidized bed reactor for the thermochemical CO2 methanation
Doyeon Lee, Korea Institute of Energy Research

Challenges of ensuring compositional integrity during sampling of energy gases (biomethane, hydrogen, biogas, LNG/LBG)
Mattias Svensson, RISE

Implementing Power-to-Gas Technology in an Integrated Steel Plant
Ana Medved, Montanuniversitaet Leoben

The characteristic of syngas and pyrolysis gas of leather tannery waste thermochemical conversion
Jacek Kluska, Institute of Fluid – Flow Machinery

Influence of three different reactor geometries on fixed-bed methanation of bio-syngases
Felix Fischer, Technical University of Munich

Thermal characterisation of seaweed during pyrolysis and combustion
Nerijus Striugas, Lithuanian Energy Institute

Experimental characterization and performance modelling of catalytic methanation reactors in the context of Power-to-gas
Alain Bengaouer, CEA

Emerging biogas upgrading technologies for biomethane production
Marta Fontseré Obis, Deltalys

Steam explosion pretreatment of cattle manure – techno-economic evaluation of CHP production from biogas at farm-scale
Stefan Heyne, CIT Industriell Energiteknik AB

Carbon aerogels as catalyst support for steam reforming of tars from biomass gasification
Kimberley Matschuk, Fraunhofer UMSICHT

Steam explosion pretreatment improves the conversion efficiency of cattle manure to methane
Elisabeth Cazier, BFH-HAFL School of Agricultural, Forest and Food Sciences

Pre-treatment of Miscanthus using steam explosion for biogas production
Sreenivas Rao Ravella, IBERS, Aberystwyth University

Optimizing biological CO2-methanation in a trickle-bed reactor: the ORBIT-Project
Martin Thema, OTH Regensburg

Energy-efficient biological methanation in bubble column
Robert Manig, DBI Gastechnologisches Institut gGmbH