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Title: I International Congress on Biorefineries and Renewable Energies Supported by ICT: Business Opportunities based on Technologies and Innovation
Author: Colmenares Quintero, Ramón Fernando
Maestre, Gina Paola
Email autor: ramon.colmenaresq@campusucc.edu.co
gina.maestre@campusucc.edu.co
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Issue Date: Oct-2018
Keywords: Biorefinerie
Renewable Energy
Alternative Energy
Information and Communications Technologies
Sustainable Development Goals
Smart Systems
Resume: It is a compilation of the I International Congress on Biorefineriesand Renewable Energies Supported by ICT proceedings, organised by Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia from 17 to 20 September 2018. Its objective was identifying solutions based on the capabilities and technologies developed by universities, industry or national and international governments, for the country’s and the global energy challenges, with special attention to those framed in the United Nations’ sustainable development goals (SDGS). Its target audiences were academic researchers, industry and government offices related to renewable energy, biorefineries and ICTs.
Abstract: The Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia (UCC) has offices in 18 cities, a considerable portion of the country’s territory and is thus a key player in the transfer of knowledge and technology. International cooperation with the COST network (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) has helped financially to carry out research and innovation projects in various topics. Currently, the ucc is part of the FP1306 Action under the project entitled “Valorisation of Lignocellulosic Biomass Side Streams for Sustainable Production of Chemicals, Materials and Fuels using Technologies with Low Environmental Impact”. This action aims to develop a solid European multidisciplinary network able to provide a range of innovative alternatives for the transformation and valorisation of lignocellulosic residues into chemicals, fuels and materials by making use of environmentally sound protocols consisting of pre-treatment/fractionation and conversion to valuable end products. The alliance between UCC, COST Network, UK Researcher Links and ELAN (European and Latin American Technology based Business Network), targets the formulation and execution of energy projects supported by smart grids, research and academic capacity building. However, despite the strength of the alliance, a gap persists regarding the use and appropriation of these technologies in national business, government and academic sectors in terms of knowledge generation and transfer on biorefineries, and alternative and renewable energies based on ICTs. For this reason, the first International Congress on Biorefineries and Renewable Energies Supported by ICTs (BRESICT) seeks to identify and create alliance opportunities and collaborative work between the different stakeholders of the technological innovation sector.
Table Of Contents: 1. Introduction. -- 2. Agenda. -- 3. Keynote Speaker Abstracts. -- 3.1. Biomass Boon: Carbonaceous Magnetic Materials in Sustainable Chemical Syntheses. -- 3.2. Textile Waste Recycling by Biological Methods. -- 3.3. Clean processes: Biodegradation of waste gases in a Compact. Trickle Bed Bioreactor as an Economically Attractive way of Waste. Gas Treatment in Paint Industry. -- 3.4. Examples of Recent Global Trends in Wood-Based Biorefining. -- 3.5. Selective Fractionation and Conversion of Biomass via Thermochemical and (Bio)Catalytic Processes. -- 3.6. Benign By-Design Processes for Sustainable Biomass/Waste Valorisation. -- 3.7. Biochar from Sustainable Resources and its Environmental Applications. -- 3.8. Aligning Sustainable Energy Policy and Bioenergy System Innovation Using Modern QFD System´s Thinking Methods. -- 3.9. Microbial Biogas Production from Hydrolysis Lignin: Insight into Lignin Structural Changes. -- 3.10. Glycerol, a By-product of Biodiesel Production for Value-Added Chemicals. -- 3.11. Valorisation of Biomass through Low-Temperature Hydrothermal Transformations assisted by Photocatalysis. -- 3.12. Integration of Biomass Products in a Traditional Oil and Gas Industry. The case of Ecopetrol. -- 3.13. Unlocking the Bioeconomy Potential of Latin America. Common Framework for the Assessment and Management of Sustainable Innovations (CASI-F): Methodology for Future Research on Sustainability. -- 3.14. Case Study of R&D&I in a Pulp Mill to be integrated as a Forest Biorefinery. -- 3.15. Chatbots, Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language processing and Deep Learning in the Energy Field. -- 3.16. Aquatic Renewable Energy Potential in Colombia. -- 3.17. Renewable Energy Solutions for Off-grid Zones. -- 3.18. Strategic Plan Advances of the National Marine Sciences and Hydrobiological Resources Program. -- 4. Short Presentations’ Abstracts. -- 4.1. Use of Autonomous Drones for Monitoring, Surveillance and Security. -- 4.2. Valuation of Coffee Pulp applying the Biorefinery concept to produce High Value-Added Phytochemicals, Syngas and Methanol. -- 4.3. Pyrolytic Kinetic Studies, Energetic Potential and Gasification Simulation Process of the Green Microalga Botryococcus Braunii. -- 4.4. Fique as Thermal Insulator. Thermal Characterisation of Fique Fibres. -- 4.5. The Potential of Methane Production using Aged Landfill Waste in Developing Countries: A Case Study in Colombia. -- 4.6. Public Policies on Renewable Energies at an International Level: A Study of Systematic Mapping. -- 4.7. Identification of Methodologies in the Teaching-Learning of Renewable Energies. -- 4.8. Review of the Technological Solutions for the Implementation of Clean Energies in Ships and their Prospective Integration to a New Generation of Colombian Vessels. -- 4.9. Methodology for Characterisation of the Vitoyó Village Community -Indigenous Reservation of Jambaló -Cauca. -- 4.10. Software Development of Carbon and Water Footprint in Coffee Production. -- 4.11. Life Cycle Assessment of msw Landfill Management Strategies in Colombia: Case Study. -- 4.12. Incidence of Photovoltaic Cell Temperature in Energy Conversion for Silicon Panels. -- 4.13. A Comprehensive Solution Approach to the Sustainability Problem of Photovoltaic Systems: The Bolivian Case. -- 4.14. CFD Analysis of a Subsonic Air-to-Air Ejector: Influence of the Mixing Tube’s Length on its Performance. -- 4.15. Long-Term Energy Storage Challenges for Solar Lighting Applications in Desert Environments. -- 4.16. Bold Incidence of the Geometry in Air Demand of Free Surface Discharge Conduits using CDF. -- 4.17. Design of a Wind Rotor for a Wind Pump. -- 4.18. Design of a Photovoltaic System for the Coffee Drying Process. -- 4.19. CFD Validation for the Design Methodology of a Cross-Flow Michell Banki Turbine. -- 4.20. Aerodynamic Performance Evaluation of a NACA 4415 Profile by means of Computational Fluid Dynamics. -- 4.21. Study in Thermal Photovoltaic Panels Cooled by Heat Sinks modelled by Computational Fluid Dynamics. -- 4.22. Central Location Optimal Distributed Generation to Minimize Effects of Harmonics in Power Distribution Networks: Dominican Republic Case Study. -- 4.23. Optimal Equalization of Distributed Energy Storage Systems in a Microgrid. -- 4.24. Reference Model for Smart Technologies Management based on National Science and Innovation Policy for Sustainable Development – Colombia, Agenda 2030. -- 4.25. Termohaline Characterization of the Gulf of Urabá Central Region, from the Atrato River Discharge. -- 4.26. ICT and its Incidence in the Productive Innovation of Renewable Energies. -- 4.27. Trends of Microgrid as an Architecture for the Modernisation of Energy Use. -- 4.28. Technological Strategy for the Installation of an Energy Solution for the Catatumbo Region. -- 4.28. Renewable Energy Actions in the Coffee Region of Caicedonia – Valle del Cauca Department. -- 5. Training course. -- 5.1. Training Course on Aerospace Propulsion, Power, and Energy.
Program: Ingeniería Industrial
Headquarters: Medellín
Type: Ponencias
Citation: Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia. (2018). I International Congress on Biorefineries and Renewable Energies Supported by ICT: Business Opportunities based on Technologies and Innovation. Medellín: Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia.
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