International Workshop

 in Environmental Biotechnology: 


Towards a
 GREENER world






3rd April 2019

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I+D+i Building
Plaza Misael Bañuelos s/n 
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 🗞 Workshop 
The International Workshop in Environmental Biotechnology: Towards a GREENER world, is a 1-day meeting which will include keynotes, different case studies and presentations by international experts in the soil and water bioremediation field. The workshop will be launch together with GREENER Kick of meeting (1-2 April) and will give a unique opportunity to learn about the project and to discover successful remediation case studies at European and International Level.
Scienfific Conferences
 ✔ Objective 
The International Workshop is aimed to provide a comprehensive overview of the current international panorama on the field of environmental biotechnology and bioremediation case studies. This workshop is an opportunity to bring together the most relevant scientific community and leading industries in the field of soil and water remediation.
 ☘ Project 
GREENER proposes the development of green, sustainable, efficient, and low-cost solutions for soil/sediment and water bioremediation that, by integrating several remediation strategies with innovative bio-electrochemical technologies, will effectively accelerate the remediation time of a range of organic and inorganic pollutants of high concern, while producing end-products of interests, such as bioelectricity and/or harmless metabolites.
 🗓  Agenda 
Bus transfer from the city center
GREENER Project: Integrated Systems for Effective Environmental Remediation
Mark Walker (Exergy)
Rocío Barros (UBU)
- Advanced perspectives in the study of microbial diversity and functionality of soils.
Felipe Bastida(CEBAS-CSIC).
- Omics applications from INBIOTEC
Antonio Rodríguez García (INBIOTEC)
- Ecotoxicological risk assessment of contaminants in the Tagus River basin
Andreu Rico (IMDEA)
Coffee Break
- SoSeal Technology: Soil Sealing by a Natural Based Bioengineered Solution
Patrick Jacobs (TAUW Gmbh)
- Sustainable Site Development: Challenges and opportunities
Alfredo Pérez de Mora (TAUW Gmbh)
- Case study of bioremediation processes of heavy metal-polluted soils
Engracia Madejón (IRNAS-CSIC)
- Environmental forensics in megasites affected by inorganic and organic pollution: An effective tool for real-scale remediation
José Luis Rodríguez Gallego (University of Oviedo)
- Biodegradation of biphenyl and biphenyl ether in soil and groundwater
Cynthia Alcántara Pollo (KEPLER)
- Soil and Water Bioremediation experience in China case studies
Ecology Institute of Shandong Academy of Sciences (TBD)
Round table and Conclusions
Carlos Rad. University of Burgos
Lunch & Networking
* This is a provisional program, and activities may change. Contact us or follow us on our web and social networks to confirm.
 🖋 Organization 
Lead organisers:
Dr. Carlos Rad (UBU)
Dr. Rocío Barros (UBU)
Dr. Juan Antonio Tamayo (UBU)
Dr. Andreas Gondikas (AXIA)

Dr. Mark Walker (EXERGY)
Dr. Robert Stirling (EXERGY)
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Greener project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Grant Agreement No 826312
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