Info and Submission


federicoIIpiccApril 4|5, 2016
Organisation: University of Naples Federico II
Location: Naples, Italy
Venue: Sala Azzurra Complesso Universitario Monte S. Angelo - Via Cintia, 4 IT - 80126 Napoli
Application submission deadline: March 2, 2016

The Conference will be preceded by an Advanced Training Course focused on Emerging Biotechnologies for Sustainable Waste Management and Biorefinery Development, addressed to Master graduates, PhD students and PhD. During the course, up to-date lectures will be given with the aim to stimulate interactive discussions among participants and speakers.
The participation is free of charge and the admission is allowed based on abstracts’ evaluation.
The Deadline for Abstract Submission is March 2, 2016.

The course is reserved to the authors of abstracts which will be selected by a Review Commission. The Review Commission will select the best 100 abstracts and the results will be released by March 18, 2016.
Abstract topic: Besides abstracts on the topics which are strictly related to the technical sessions of the training course, the presentation of abstracts concerning the other technologies and socio economic aspects of the current and emerging strategies for waste management and biorefinery developmentis also encouraged.

The authors of the best 50 abstracts will be also admitted to exhibit a poster during the Advanced Course and 10 out of them will have the opportunity to present it in the framework of the course.
The best 3 posters will be awarded with a free registration to the 6th International IUPAC Conference On Green Chemistry in Venice.
A Special Fee for the XXI IUPAC CHEMRAWN Conference - Rome, April 6-8 2016 is foreseen for all the Course attendees.

base bioassort logologo eu logo marie curieThe Advanced Training course is sponsored by the EU funded project BIOASSORT n°318931 - "Improvement of technologies and tools, e.g. biosystems and biocatalysts, for waste conversion to develop an assortment of high added value eco-friendly and cost-effective bio-products".