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Eco-design, Agri-Bio-Industry Processes

Conference of the 4th of February 2016

This is the program of the conference day of the 4th of February 2016.

The videos of the conference are available on this page.

9:00

Welcome

9:30

Introduction: Transformation of food and bioproducts at the heart of sustainable food systems 

Geneviève Gésan-Guiziou, INRA Rennes, France

Session 1 – Environmental assessment for eco-design of agri-bio-industry processes

1.1. Life Cycle Assessment, multicriteria assessment method as a reference (click here to view the video)

9:40

Critical methodological aspects of LCA for the assessment of agri-bio-industry processes

Ulf Sonesson, SP – Food and Bioscience, Sweden

10:00

Towards an overall consideration of sustainability in LCA?

Dominique Maxime, CIRAIG, Canada

1.2. Thermodynamic methods (click here to view the video)

10:20

Material Flow Analysis (MFA) and Statistical Entropy Analysis (SEA)

Helmut Rechberger, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

10:40

Using thermodynamics (exergy, eco-exergy) for eco-design of agri-bioprocesses and chains

Remko Boom, WUR, Netherlands

11:00

Coffee break + Posters discussions

1.3. Potentials, limits and complementarities of these methods for the eco-assessment of processes (click here to view the video)

11:30

Round table

Chaired by: Catherine Bonazzi, INRA Massy, France 

Gwenola Yannou-Le Bris, AgroParisTech, France

With the participation of:

Remko Boom, WUR, Netherlands

Gérard Gaillard, Agroscope, Institute for Sustainability Sciences, Switzerland

Antonis Kokossis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

Dominique Maxime, CIRAIG, Canada

Helmut Rechberger, Vienna University of Technology, Austria

Philippe Roux, ELSA Montpellier, France

Ulf Sonesson, SP – Food and Bioscience, Sweden

12:30

Lunch

Session 2 – Eco-design strategies applied to agri-bio-industry processes

2.1. Environmental assessment tools coupled to process engineering tools to compare process scenarios (click here to view the video)

14:00

Process simulators which include environmental assessment

Alan Jean-Marie, Altran Research, France

14:20

LCA which includes process simulation

Elorri Igos, LIST, Luxembourg

2.2. Numerical strategies for process on-line monitoring and process redesign (click here to view the video)

14:40

Multi-objectives optimization for process on-line monitoring

Antonio Alvarez Alonso, CSIC, Spain

15:00

Example of process analysis and redesign using a graph-based approach: application to eco-design of a manufacturing process

Eric Coatanéa & Tuomas Ritola, Tampere University of Technology, Finland

2.3. Decision support tools (click here to view the video)

15:20

Qualitative multi-criteria analysis coupling LCA, technical and economic criteria

Lucia Recchia, University of Florence and Marconi University (Rome), Italy

15:40

Environmental and economic indicators to drive biocatalytic processes development

John Woodley, Technical University of Denmark

16:00

Coffee break + Posters discussions

2.4. Potentials, limits and complementarities of these approaches for process eco-design and eco-innovation (click here to view the video)

16:30

Round table 

Chaired by: Violaine Athès, AgroParisTech, France 

& Fernanda Fonseca, INRA Versailles-Grignon, France

With the participation of:

Antonio Alvarez Alonso, CSIC, Spain

Eric Coatanéa, Tampere University of Technology, Finland 

Elorri Igos, LIST, Luxembourg

Alan Jean-Marie, Altran Research, France

Lucia Recchia, University of Florence and Marconi University (Rome), Italy

John Woodley, Technical University of Denmark

Gwenola Yannou-Le Bris, AgroParisTech, France

17:30

Conclusions of the conference (click here to view the video)

Caroline Pénicaud, INRA Versailles-Grignon, France

18:00

Closing cocktail