Towards a fossil-free energy: challenges and opportunities for R&D and Industry? Find out about it at GreenWin's 7th edition of International Conférences on Green Chemistry & White Biotech

Towards a fossil-free energy: challenges and opportunities for R&D and Industry?  Find out about it at GreenWin's 7th edition of International Conférences on Green Chemistry & White Biotech

GreenWin keeps the format of its actions to the current COVID circumstances and movement restrictions. Therefore, we are setting a couple of 'Master Sessions*' up, through our interactive teleconference tool. Book them now in your diary to find out the most recent innovations towards a fossil-free energy for industries.

The purpose of the Master Sessions is
> to assess the innovative technology used to boost activities in the fields of green chemistry and white biotechnology around the world,
> to share knowledge and gain a new experience in doing so and
> to stimulate the creation of new R&D projects involving the academic world, research centres and industrial players from the sector, both at regional and international levels.
> to highlight the link between Research and Market.

*“Master” as in “Master Classes”, and “Sessions” as in “Jazz Jam Sessions”: both concepts reflecting the level of expertise and quality of interactions of guests and audience all together.

The 2 online Master Sessions will take place on 20 & 27 May 2021 from 9:30 till noon.

This year edition’s focus will be “Towards a Fossil-free Energy: Challenges and Opportunities for R&D and Industry” – supported two angles in two different master sessions as per our Programme draft here below:

Programme

Master Session #1 on CCU – Mineralisation – Hydrogen Programme: 20 May 2021 from 9.30 till noon

>  Welcome by Véronique Graff, Managing Director of GreenWin

>  Keynote Speakers: Jean Jouet from John Cockerill & Dr. Jean-Yves Tilquin from Carmeuse

>  Panel 1 animated by Tineke Van Hooland from essenscia/Bio.be, with Fluxys (speaker to be confirmed), Guy De Weireld from UMons, Guy Davister Fabrice Orban from De Smet Engineers & Hamon, Richard Heyn from SINTEF (Norway) …

Master Session #2 Energy storage and batteries recycling Programme: 27 May 2021 from 9.30 till noon

>  Welcome by Gilles Colson, Head of International Affairs & Marketing from GreenWin

>  Keynote Speaker : Philippe Quirion from CIRED (Centre International de Recherche sur l'Environnement et le Développement)

>  Panel 2 animated by Tineke Van Hooland from essenscia/Bio.be, with Alain Germeau from Prayon, Frédéricq Peigneux from Watt4Ever, Patrick Hendrick from ULB and BERA (Belgian Energy Research Alliance), Prof. Panda Sandeep from Suleyman Demirel University (SDU) - Turkey, Philippe Henry from Hydrometal - Belgium …

Pricing (VAT excluded):

> Members*: €100.00 per Master Session & €175 for the series of 2 sessions
> Non-Members: €140.00 per Master Session & €245.00 for the series of 2 sessions
> Students: FREE

Payment has to be made via the payment platform prior to registration process.

Cancellation policy: Please note that no refund will be made for cancellation. However, the registered person may be replaced. In that case, GreenWin has to be informed as soon as possible, and provided with the full details of the surrogate participant, at the following address: conferences@greenwin.be

(*) fee applicable for all members of the Walloon Innovation Clusters. If you are member of another Walloon Innovation Cluster (Wagralim, BioWin, Logistics In Wallonia, Mecatech, SkyWin), please, send a proof of your membership to the following address: compta@greenwin.be



20/05/2021