Fragokastelo in Southern Crete

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

 

Direct conversion of power to fuel: Electromethanogenesis

Amelia-Elena Rotaru

University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark

 

Microbial electrochemical technologies (MET) for a sustainable future of water sector: case studies of real implementation

Juan M. Ortiz

IMDEA WATER, Technological Park of University of Alcala, Alcalá de Henares, Madrid (Spain) 

 

Energetics of inward electron transfer in Shewanella oneidensis

Michaela A. TerAvest 

Dept of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Michigan State University (USA)

 

Hops, Walks, and Spins: The Choreography of Extracellular Electron Transfer

Moh El-Naggar 

University of Southern California, Los Angeles (USA)

INVITED SPEAKERS

 

Continuous electron shuttling by sulfide oxidizing bacteria as a novel strategy to produce electric current

Annemiek ter Heijne

Department of Agrotechnology and Food Sciences, Wageningen University (The Netherlands)

 

Achieving unprecedented current and power densities in microbial electrochemical technologies using zero-gap spacing and vapor-fed electrodes

Bruce Logan

Engineering Energy & Environmental Institute, Dept of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Penn State (USA)

 

“Sporomusa ovata for bioelectrochemical acetate production” 

Joana Madjarov 

Instituto de Tecnologia Química e Biológica, António Xavier Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal)

 

“Insights Into The Interactions Of Acetogenic Bacteria With Cathodes During Microbial Electrosynthesis”

Jo Philips

Department of Biological and Chemical Engineering, Aarhus University, Aarhus (Denmark)

 

Design of reactors for high current density and high coulombic efficiency hydrogen-mediated microbial electrosynthesis from CO2

Kun Guo

Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an City (China)

 

New instruments for high-throughput microbial electrochemistry

Antonin Prévoteau

Center for Microbial Ecology and Technology, Ghent University (Belgium)

 

Integration of bioelectrochemical systems to the biorefinery concept in Uruguay

Angela Cabezas

Dept. Environmental Sciences​​​​, Technological University (UTEC) ​​​ (Uruguay)

 

New perspectives in microbial fuel cell technology for sensing applications

Mirella Di Lorenzo

Dept of Chemical Engineering, University of Bath (UK)

 

"Perspectives and opportunities for combining electrochemical processes with fermentations

Bernardino Virdis

Australian Centre for Water and Environmental Biotechnology - ACWEB (Australia)