Bioplastics and Biocomposites Innovative Building Blocks of the Emerging Bioeconomy
February 2019 – three conferences at three different locations
The development of our society from a fossil-based economy to a bio-based economy is a challenging task, which makes an international cooperation necessary. Only on an international level bioeconomy strategies can be successful in the long term. One building block for a promising bioeconomy are innovative and novel bioplastics and biocomposites. For this reason, the German Ministry for Education and Research supports a travelling conference with focus on bioplastics and biocomposites. Goal is the exchange of knowledge and the development of a long-term network of partners from Australia, Germany and New Zealand. The initial impulse for this will be given by the "travelling conferences".
You are cordially invited to participate in one of the events. Each event will cover the following main aspects:
Presentations along the life cycle of bioplastics and biocomposites from experts of the research and industry sector.
Interactive sessions related to industry, research and policy will cover topics such as
Participation is free. Your registration will be confirmed by e-mail. The number of participants is limited. All three events will have the same program.
UPDATE: The number of participants for the event in Rotorua has been reached and therefore the registration for Rotorua has been closed.
With your registration you agree that we store your data within the framework of the event. Your data will be processed in accordance with the European Data Protection Act and will only be used to contact you during the event.
Further information on the Data Protection Act can be found here: https://www.ifbb-hannover.de/en/privacy-policy.html
Scion (New Zealand)
University of Southern Queensland (Australia)
Deakin University (Australia)
La Trobe University (Australia)