There was a call for abstracts for presentations, with a focus on a circular manure management within realistic economic, ecological and social boundaries.
Submitted abstracts were reviewed by the International Scientific Committee. This is a Committee composed of experts in het field of Manure management and valorization. In the table below, you find all the members of this committee with their organization.
|Bonmati Blasi August||IRTA||ES|
|Delfosse Philippe||Université du Luxembourg||LU|
|Fanqueiro David||University of Lisbon||PT|
|Llenas Argelaguet Laia||UVIC||ES|
|Malinska Krystyna||Czestochowa University of Technology||PL|
|Stoumann Jensen Lars||Kopenhagen University||DK|
|Marc Spiller||University of Antwerp||BE|
The International Scientific Committe selected abstracts that were given as an oral presentation and shown as a poster.
A jury composed of 3 international experts, nominated the 3 best posters.
|Rob Bakker||HAS University of Applied Sciences||NL|
The authors got the chance to present their poster during 5 minutes on 25/11 in the afternoon. Based on a public voting the winner of the Poster Award was selected from these three nominees. Posters were evaluated based on their lay-out, scientific value and translation from research to practical applicability
The winner of the Poster Award was Miriam Beyers from the University of Copenhagen with 'Life cycle assessment of the impacts of pig slurry acidification under Danish, Dutch, and Spanish conditions'.