The Symposium is organized by researchers at institutes and universities across the world to provide a platform for scientists, engineers, researchers, and professionals to discuss the fundamentals, applications, and policies in various areas and disciplines associated with hydrothermal carbonization. Due to the ongoing pandemic situation the 3rd International Symposium on Hydrothermal Carbonization, initially planned for Nov 2021, had to be postponed to May 10-13, 2023. It will be held in Seoul, Korea.
Continuing in the tradition of the previous successful international symposia in London 2017 and Berlin 2019, practitioners and researchers from all over the world are invited to participate in the 3rd International HTC Symposium in Seoul, Korea.
Topics on hydrothermal carbonization (HTC) covered in the symposium include, but are not limited to:
- Fundamental aspects of HTC technology
Kinetic and thermodynamic modeling, advances in process and product understanding
- Innovative applications of HTC technology & products
Agricultural, material, or energetic use of biogenic residues, adsorption, remediation, nutrient recovery, and fuel production
- State-of-the-art in scaling-up and commercialization
Technical, economic, and legal framework for HTC processes and products, integration in process chains
ATB-scientist Dr. Judy Libra is co-organizing this event.
September 30, 2022 Last date to edit or withdraw your abstract
January 31, 2023 Final program decisions will be communicated. Early bird registration open.
(Due to COVID-19, this schedule is subject to change.)
Venue: Seoul Women's University, Seoul, South Korea
For questions regarding any question on the symposium including call for abstracts, please do not hesitate to contact the organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, questions can be directed to members of the organizing committee.
More information and further updates will be available at the conference website.
"International workshop on innovative hydrothermal systems to valorize agricultural residuals: Roadmap towards implementation - achievements and barriers"
has also been postponed to May 23-24, 2022.
The conference is dedicated to intensive scientific exchange and collaboration. It is funded by OECD (sponsorship under the OECD Co-operative Research Programme CRP)
ATB is coorganizing both events.
Contact ATB: Dr. Judy Libra