Innovative edge for the use of renewable raw materials through the lighthouse project "Fibre Extraction of Natural Fibres“
AFBW and DITF cordially invite you to the 1st NATURALfiberEXTRACTION Congress on October 26, 2022. Be our guest at Look 21, currently the most modern event location in the heart of Stuttgart. At the premiere event, we will focus on the topic of Industrial processing of renewable raw and residual materials.
The role of natural fibers in a circular sustainable bioeconomyProf. Dr. Ralf Kindervater, BIOPRO Baden-Württemberg GmbH, Germany
Alpine hemp 360° – Model for the future or niche romance?Valentine Troi, Standortagentur Tirol, alpine Kreislaufwirtschaft/ArgeAlp, Austria
From Crop to Product – Processing and Applications of Natural Fibres. A review of passed up opportunities and chances for the futureDipl. Ing. (FH) Kai Nebel, Reutlingen University, Germany
Mechanical decortication of natural fibers (from straw to fiber)Dr. Jörg Morgner, Temafa Maschinenfabrik GmbH, Germany
Fiber recovery with the sustainable biorefining process from the LaNDER³ project at Zittau University of Applied SciencesJudit Harsányi, Dr. Marzena Poraj-Kobielska, Matthias Tirsch, Zittau University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Water retting process innovation for a circular and sustainable hemp-based bioeconomyVita Maria Cristiana Moliterni, Council for Agricultural research and Economics – Research Centre for Genomics & Bioinformatics – Italy
New plant based fibers from the residues of agricultural plants using the example of lavenderDr.-Ing. Jamal Sarsour, DITF Denkendorf, Germany
HEMP-ACT, long hemp fibre cutting edge processPierre Amadieu, president, SAS Hemp-Act, France
Hemp fibre processing in PolandMaciej Kowalski, Kombinat Konopny, Poland
Empowering the farms in Europe with effektive lowtech equipment for the harvesting and processing of industrial hemp as a multifunctional raw material for regional circular economyMartin Klöti, Glaernisch Textile Cooperative, Switzerland; Tomáš Brabec, Apolo-Global, Czech Republic
25 years of R&D for the initial preparation of native bast fiber plantsDr. Hans-Jörg Gusovius, Natural fibre technologies, Leibniz-Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB); Robert Hertel, Bast und Faser GmbH
Fibers365 – CO2-neutral virgin non-wood fibersStefan Radlmayr, Fibers365 GmbH, Germany
Green rules – The use of natural fibre composites in motorsportsThomas von Löwis, Four Motors GmbH, Germany
1) Cultivation and regional potentialsHost: Prof. Simone Graeff-Hönninger, AG Anbausysteme und Modellierung Universität Hohenheim
2) Mini-Lab Mechanical, biotechnological and chemical extraction processesHost: Stefan Winklehner, Fortum Bio2X, Finland
3) Further processing of natural fibers into industrial raw material suitable for series productionHost: Kay Kölzig, Sachsen-Leinen e.V.
4) Holistic utilization of biomass and integration into existing value chainsHost: Dr. Manuel Clauss, Fibers365 GmbH
BOPRO-Baden-Württemberg is an event partner and will be on site with an information booth on the day of the event. Visit us at our booth, we are looking forward to exciting conversations!
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