To present funded projects and create synergy with ongoing research, FACCE SURPLUS will host a kick-off event in Denmark on September 14-15, 2016. This event will be held as part of the International Biorefining Seminar and Partnering Workshop which aims at facilitating European consortia establishment in the field of biorefining and food production.
FACCE SURPLUS, Aarhus University and partners invite European stakeholders from research and industry to attend the International Biorefining Seminar & Partnering Workshop which will be held in Denmark on September 14 and 15.
The event will mark the launch of FACCE SURPLUS and the research projects selected within the frame of this €14 Million H2020-supported ERA-Net. You are thereby also given a unique chance to provide valuable insights and feedback to the projects as they will each be presented shortly, addressing the potential expectations of stakeholders.
Furthermore, participants are invited to take part in specific workshops with the aim of creating project groups/consortia for project applications in 2017 and forward under FACCE SURPLUS, Horizon 2020 or the Bio-Based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI). Thus, the event is structured to provide an opportunity for those interested in working within specific fields of biorefining and food production to meet others who can complement their own skills and make excellent consortium members.
During the meeting, you will also get the chance to visit one of Europe's most advanced research platforms in the field of biobased production and biorefinery, located at Aarhus University.
The event is free of charge. The preliminary programme is available and the registration link is open for registration.
Read more about the event and the International Biorefining Seminar & Partnering Workshop on the FACCE SURPLUS website.