Biomass is a wonderful resource to be transformed into chemicals, biobased materials, food and feed ingredients or energy. Still, adaptation and optimisation of transformation processes and technologies is a real challenge in order to valorise all biomass fraction in a circular approach.
In the context of Industry 4.0, Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) provide the basis for innovation in a range of products across all industrial sectors. They underpin the shift to a greener economy, are instrumental in modernizing industrial base, and drive the development of entirely new industries. BIOKET, the BIOeconomy’s Key Enabling Technologies conference aims to contribute to the rise of KETs by promoting emerging KETs applied in the Bioeconomy’s sector.
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An inspiring and targeted conference program which will tackle topics such as advanced and innovative biomass pretreatment; technologies for biomass conversion and functionalization; extraction, separation and purification of biomass; process modelisation and analytical methods and tools; innovative tools; design of bioprocesses, advanced fermentation.
Discover the programme: Draft Agenda
A beautiful and vast area of 1500 sqm will host the BIOKET's exhibitors.
Expand your network and build new partnerships with the international key players and experts of the sector.
Take part to one-to-one B2B meetings during the pre-event BBI & Bioeconomy’s EU Project Information and Brokerage Event .
Biobased Industries Consortium (BIC)
Director of the Unit of Catalysis and Chemistry of Solid,
UCCS - UMR CNRS
Biotech & Biosourcing Research Manager,
Toulouse White Biotechnology
Senior Vice President
Niklas Von Weymarn
Vice President Research, METSAGROUP
BIOKET 2018 will take place at the Strasbourg Convention Exhibition Centre, located just a few minutes away from the historic city centre.
20 Place de Bordeaux
1 avenue Herrenschmidt
Table Top Partners
Johan De Coninck
Business Development Manager IAR- The French Bioeconomy Cluster
Event Officer IAR - The French Bioeconomy Cluster