668 Advances in Algae Based Biorefineries: Algae Biomass Cultivation, Harvesting, and Characterization

Thursday, November 17, 2016: 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Lombard (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
This session focuses on (1) Novel cultivation methods necessary to grow algae on non-arable land, non-potable water, waste nutrient streams, waste carbon dioxide etc.; and other non-conventional Harvesting and dewatering technologies; (2) Algae strain development, with high growth rate and product content making algae biomass attractive for bio-refineries; (3) Characterization of algae biomass in order to develop cultivation management strategies, biorefinery processes, value-added byproducts, and downstream processes.

Biorefinery Technologies for Forest Based Lignocellulosic Biomass
BioFuels (T4F), Forest and Plant Bioproducts Division (17)

Bo Hu
Email: bhu@umn.edu

Shri Ramaswamy
Email: shri@umn.edu

12:30 PM

12:50 PM
(668b) Exploiting Models to Assess and Guide Genetic Engineering of Microalgae Strains
Andrea Bernardi, Andrea Meneghesso, Giorgio Perin, Tomas Morosinotto and Fabrizio Bezzo

1:10 PM
(668c) Use of Unionized Ammonia to Control Zooplankton Grazers in Cultures of Scenedesmus
Caleb Talbot, Blake Steiner, Siobhan McFarlane, Ben Stuart and Sandeep Kumar

1:30 PM

2:30 PM
(668g) Modeling Algal Cultivation in the United Arab Emirates
Jose A. Gomez, Ahmed Al Hajaj and Paul I. Barton
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