SPEAKERS

Speakers

Prof. Johannes Lehmann

Prof. Johannes Lehmann
Cornell University
USA
Email: cl273@cornell.edu
Title of the Presentation : Biochar and crop yields: Elusive promise or are we looking at the problem the wrong way?

Dr. Ondřej Mašek

Dr. Ondřej Mašek
UK Biochar Research Center
The University of Edinburgh
UK
Email: ondrej.masek@ed.ac.uk

Mr. Tomas Miles

Mr. Thomas Miles
T.R. Miles Technical Consultants Inc.
USA
Email: tmiles@trmiles.com
Title of the Presentation : Biochar markets and industry in North America

Prof. Jörg Rinklebe

Prof. Jörg Rinklebe
University of Wuppertal
Germany
Email: rinklebe@uni-wuppertal.de

Prof. Patryk Oleszczuk

Prof. Patryk Oleszczuk
Maria Curie-Sklodowska University
Poland
Email: patryk.oleszczuk@poczta.umcs.lublin.pl
Title of the Presentation : Effect of carbon dioxide and mixed feedstock during pyrolysis on contaminants content and toxicity of sewage sludge-derived biochar

Prof. Shicheng Zhang

Prof. Shicheng Zhang
Fudan University
China
Email: zhangsc@fudan.edu.cn
Title of the Presentation : Hydrochar preparation from biomass waste and its application

Dr. Suzanne Allaire

Dr. Suzanne Allaire
GECA Environment
Canada
Email: GECAenvironnement@gmail.com
Title of the Presentation : Biochar as a commodity in the mining industry

Dr. David Wayne

Dr. David Wayne
Formally of Shell Research
United Kingdom
Email: DW185@hotmail.co.uk
Title of the Presentation : Quality standards and certification schemes for biochar

Prof. Genxing Pan

Prof. Genxing Pan
Nanjing Agricultural
University, China
Email: gxpan@njau.edu.cn

Prof. Jun Meng

Prof. Jun Meng
Biochar Engineering & Technology Research Center
Shenyang Agricultural University
Shenyang, China
Email: mengjun1217@163.com
Title of the Presentation : Progress of biochar industry in China: based on personal experience

Ms. Kathleen Draper

Ms. Kathleen Draper
Ithaka Institute for Carbon Intelligence
United States
Email: kdraper2@rochester.rr.com
Title of the Presentation : Biochar & carbon markets

Prof. Wangxi Peng
School of Forestry
Henan Agricultural University
Henan, China
Email: pengwanxi@163.com

Mr. HyeongSeo (William) Son
Kyungdong Worldwide CEO
Republic of Korea
Title of the Presentation : Challenges and developments of introducing biochar in Korean market

Hocheol Song

Prof. Hocheol Song
Department of environment and energy
Sejong University
Seoul, Korea
Email: hcsong@sejong.ac.kr

Hankwon Lim

Prof. Hankwon Lim
School of Energy and Chemical Engineering
UNIST
Ulsan, Korea
Email: hklim@unist.ac.kr
Title of the Presentation : Techno-economic assessment for hydrogen production by biogas reforming over biochar catalysts

Prof. Cao Xinde

Prof. Cao Xinde
School of Environmental Science and Engineering
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
China
Email: xdcao@sjtu.edu.cn
Title of the Presentation : Indispensable role of biochar-inherent mineral constituents in its environmental applications

Prof. Stephen Joseph

Prof. Stephen Joseph
School of Materials Science and Engineering
University of NSW
Australia
joey.stephen@gmail.com
Title of the Presentation : the commercialisation of biochar in australia and New Zealand; Innovative solutions for improving soil and animal health, crop yields and quality removal of toxic chemicals

Prof. Scott Chang

Prof. Scott Chang
University of Alberta
Canada
Email: sxchang@ualberta.ca
Title of the Presentation : Biochar application in forests: Effects on soil properties and processes

Prof. Nanthi Bolan

Prof. Nanthi Bolan
The University of Newcastle
Australia
Email: nanthi.bolan@newcastle.edu.au
Title of the Presentation : Biochar application modulates soil health and fertility

Prof. Ki-Hyun Kim

Prof. Ki-Hyun Kim
Hanyang University
Korea
Email: hkkim85@hanyang.ac.kr