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Welcome to Issue #10 of ReUseWaste News. In this issue we present two research briefs from ReUseWaste fellows Daya Pandey and Sean Case. We furthermore have news about the final ReUseWaste conference as well as other project news and compilation of relevant conferences.
Prediction of syngas yield from MSW in a fluidized bed gasifier
Daya Pandey has written a research brief based on his latest publication about work he has conducted to predict the yield of syngas from municipal solid waste gasification. Read Dayas research brief - and read about his new article below.
ReUseWaste organic fertiliser survey - update
ReUseWaste Post Doc, Seand Case, reports on his ongoing work about the ReUseWaste organic fertiliser survey. Read Seans research brief
ReUseWaste joint scientific workshop and annual meeting, Germany
The final ReUseWaste meeting will take place in Erfurt, Germany in May, 2015. The event starts with an exciting joint scientific workshop on May 26th, entitled: Innovative strategies to improve the recycling of energy, nutrients and organic matter from waste materials. This scientific event is jointly organised by the EU research and training projects: FertiPlus, IneMad, ReUseWaste and Biorefine Cluster Europe. The aim of the day is to create a forum for knowledge exchange, research discussion and sharing of innovative ideas between partners of the four projects, as well as with important stakeholder and end-users of the technologies and innovations created in the project.
An internal project meeting will be held the day after, on May 27th 2015, where Fellows and general project status and outcomes will be discussed and the annual supervisory board meeting will be held.
ReUseWaste grant proposal course, May 28th 2015
The generic ReUseWaste training course: "How to write grant proposals" will be run in Erfurt, Germany in conjunction with the final ReUseWaste event. The course is a two step course, the first step is a three hour lecture on May 28th 2015 (9-12). Step 2 occurs online, where, based on the student's preparation of a grant proposal, they will receive feedback and guidance. The second step will focus strongly on the preparation of a Marie Curie post doc fellowship. Read more here
ReUseWaste article from University of Limerick
ReUseWaste fellow Daya Pandey and colleagues have just published an article in Bioresource Technology entitled: 'Multi-gene genetic programming based predictive models for municipal solid waste gasification in a fluidized bed gasifier'.
A new issue of the newsletter of the European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform (ESPP) is out now. Read the newsletter here
Reminder: 2nd European Sustainable Phosphorous Conference
The German Phosphorus Platform and the European Sustainable Phosphorus Platform invite all stakeholders from industry, science and policy to the second European Sustainable Phosphorus Conference on 5th and 6th March in Berlin. Registration is still open
The next issue of ReUseWaste News will be out mid-March 2015.
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