BEE 2019Welcome to BEE 2019 in Tianjin, China
BEE 2019The 2nd International Symposium on Biomass/Wastes Energy and Environment (BEE2019) will be held in Tianjin, China, on May 23-26, 2018.
BEE 2019BioEnergy is foreseen to play an important role in near-future energy picture in particular for oil and gas market. However, major disputes are arising and spreading among politicians and the public.
BEE 2019Meanwhile energy recovery from bio-energetic wastes and plastic/ tyre wastes may lead to noticeable environmental issues.
BEE 2019The 1st International Symposium on BioEnergy and Environment (BEE 2017) was held in Tianjin on July,2017.
Welcome to BEE 2019 in Tianjin, China
The 2nd Symposium on Biomass/Wastes Energy and Environment (BEE 2019) will be held in Tianjin, China, on May 23-26, 2019. The symposium will be hosted by Tianjin University, which is the first modern style University in China, established in 1895 initially named 'Peiyang University'.
BioEnergy is foreseen to play an important role in near-future energy picture in particular for oil and gas market. However, major disputes, such as food supply security, environmental and ecological uncertainties and associated biodiversity, are arising and spreading among politicians and the public. These disputes may significantly hinder BioEnergy development in the dimension of technical and policy aspects.
This Symposium aims to provide an open platform for sharing information related to updated development of BioEnergy technologies and policy as well as associated environmental concerns, so as to promote interactions among academics, government and the industries. During the Symposium, an International Forum and Exhibition on Technology*Art*Public Awareness Campaign on Wastes will be held in parallel.
BEE2019 is inspired by BEE2017 and will continue the process of successfully launched event series. The 1st International Symposium on BioEnergy and Environment (BEE 2017) was held in Tianjin on July, 2017. 400+ experts and scholars from 11 countries attended the symposium. Notably, 65% BEE2017 symposium conference paper were cited by SCI. Also, the selected papers of BEE2019 will be recommended to the special issues of Science of the Total Environment (IF=4.9) and Energy and Fuels (IF=3.02).
Guanyi CHEN, Ph.D
Weber Robert, Ph.D
Zhiyong “Jason” Ren, Ph.D
Lasse Aistrup ROSENDAHL, Ph.D
Huu Hao NGO, Ph.D
John Hu, Ph.D
Anthony Dufour, Ph.D
Dennis Lueng, Ph.D