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Bioenergy engineering design conference


April 24, 2009
By Marg Land

April 24, 2009, St. Joseph, MI — The first ever bioenergy engineering conference is scheduled for October 11-14, 2009.

April 24, 2009, St. Joseph, MI — The first ever bioenergy engineering conference is scheduled for October 11-14, 2009.

The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) and 25x’25, in partnership with peer engineering and professional organizations, recently announced Bioenergy Engineering 2009. It’s being held at the Hyatt Regency in Bellevue, Washington.
 
“I look forward to three days of intense discussion with my peers from around the world to solidify our understanding of how best to provide engineering and design professional services to the emerging bioenergy industry,” says ASABE president and conference co-chair Jim Dooley.
 
Participants in this conference will choose from a variety of educational opportunities, including intensive institutes – sharply focused mini-conferences within the main conference – and a wide range of technical sessions where invited speakers and others will present the most up-to-date research and industry developments available. In addition, panels will address hot topics related to emerging technologies and the future of biofuel production, as well as the political influences and impacts on bioenergy engineering. Workshops will provide professional education for all aspects of engineering in the biofuels and bioenergy systems, from genetics through production, distribution, and use. A trade exhibit will showcase the latest in suppliers’ services and products. Mobile workshops are planned to provide a view into actual working environments to further enhance the learning opportunities and provide vision for implementing new techniques and processes.
 
For more detailed information on this conference, please visit www.bioenergyengineering2009.com.


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