ONLINE: Starch Convention & Bioethanol and Bioconversion Technology Meeting
We are glad to announce the first online conference in the history of our association.
From the original program of the Starch and Bioethanol/Bioconversion-Convention 9 presenters have chosen the opportunity to hold their lecture online. Many thanks for their support and for the courage to be with us in this first attempt of an online conference!
The conference will be online on Tuesday, 21st of April, from 3 to 7:30 pm CET. Please see the time schedule below for the specific lectures.
The conference room will be accessible under https://www.gotomeet.me/AGF-Detmold/starch_and_bioethanol_bioconversion_2020.
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The software we use allows up to 250 participants at the same time. The attendance at this online conference will be free of charge. There is no registration necessary.
April, 21st of April, please visit https://www.gotomeet.me/AGF-Detmold/starch_and_bioethanol_bioconversion_2020
15.00 Mario Martinez, Aarhus (Denmark)
Shear-induced molecular fragmentation decreases the bioaccessibility of fully gelatinized starch and its gelling capacity
15.30 Y. Yassaroh, Groningen (Netherlands)
The physicochemical properties and the digestibility of heat-moisture treated, linoleic acid complexes starch
16.00 Barry McCleary, Bray (Ireland)
Measurement of total carbohydrates in food samples, including dietary fibre and available carbohydrates
16.30 Maurice Essers, Wageningen (The Netherlands)
Hydrothermal treatment of rice
17.00 Lidia B. Kuzina, Moscow (Russia)
Another method of measurement starch resistance degree
17.30 Markus Götz, Hohenheim
Building up modular, regional biorefineries – Starch-rich residues to Hydroxymethylfurfural and coatings
18.00 Sajid Alavi, Kansas (USA)
Starch Extrusion Processing
18.30 Stefanie Graber, Völs (Austria)
Use it don’t waste it – how the Therese Mölk bakery supports recycling instead of wasting bread
19.00 Nelli Elizarov, Berlin (Germany)
Towards Zero Emissions in Transport: Role of crop-based biofuels
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