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1 RENESENG:Renewable Systems Engineering grant Marie Curie Initial Networks (ITN) WP7. Summer schools and Workshops (leader CERTH) Chemical Process and Energy Resources Institute Centre for Research and Technology Hellas Dr P. Grammelis, D. Kourkoumpas  , Fax : Friday 29 November 2013

2 Objectives of WP7 Transfer new knowledge for the operation of small and large sized biorefinery facilities Education of future engineers and researchers on biorefinery systems Enhancement of the spreading of excellence to undergraduate students, new engineers/scientists and experienced engineers/scientists Organization and elaboration of training schools and workshops for the building of high qualified Biorefinery Systems Engineers skills in Europe Creation of a transnational training network aimed at improving the career perspectives of ESRs and ERs in both public and private sectors

3 Content and structure of the training programme The training will be provided at four different levels: i)Individual ii)Local iii)Network iv)International

4 Individual training Personal Development Plan: Record of the goals to be achieved by the researchers (a)Research skills and techniques (b)Research environment (c)Research management (d)Personal effectiveness (e)Communication skills (f)Networking and team working (g)Career management Key aspects for consistency of the training across all the Network teams i ) All ESRs will be registered in a graduate school with the aim to obtain a PhD at the end of the 36 months appointment ii) all researchers will be expected to be involved and receive training on at least 3 areas (WPs) of the RENESENG project iii) all researchers will ideally have three secondments during their appointment, ONE of which will be with one of the industrial partners iv) the SiCs have agreed that general rules of laboratory practice, record keeping, reporting and dissemination of results will be standardised throughout the network.

5 Local training One academic year corresponds to 60 ECTS-credits ESR will be required to accumulate: 30ECTS from their home institution 20 ECTS through secondments at partner institutions 10 ECTS through their attendance in Network training schools and workshops ESR will be assigned a research topic which will cover some of the deliverables of the RENESENG project ERs will be tailored to each individual, on the basis of their career development plan. All researchers will be able to acquire teaching experience by contributing to undergraduate teaching activities, including practical classes, after receiving the required training.

6 Network training Industrial and complementary training of ESR and ER. All fellows of the RENESENG project will spend at least 1 month at one of industrial partners Network meetings will provide an ideal arena for fellows to present their results, exchange ideas and experiences and discuss secondments between members. Training schools Secondments and visits to other network teams Specialised Workshops will be organised by the partners and will be open to external participants Webinars and Weblabs

7 International training Participation in international conferences ESCAPE and PSE Conferences will be hosted jointly by DTU in 2015 Webinars and satellite meetings will be organised by the network before or after the conference Collaboration with other networks, research institutions and industrial enterprises (not involved in the proposed RESENEG ITN)

8 RENESENG project training activities 1 st year (1) Main training Events & conferences WP Training courses ContentLeaderMonth Introduction course (professional development) 7T1, T2 Research Methods & Principles: General research principle and literature review; Organising research and time management; Writing proposals; Defining requirements; Reporting and presenting outcomes; Transferable skills, PDP UoS6 S1.1, S1.2 Introduction to biorenewables and biorefineries, Systems engineering technologies, Flowsheeting, Modelling, Optimization Workshop 1 1-7S1.3 Biorenewable supply chains and process design development of biorefiney flowsheet : Flowsheeting modeling environments, Review of model libraries, Integration of biorenewable flowsheet. Working session : produce flowsheet of selected industrial processes Brainstorming - Jam Session : systems innovation to build supply chains of biorenewables Imperial8 I1 Industrial waste management/jointly with AEA

9 RENESENG project training activities 1 st year (2) Main training Events & conferences WPTraining courses Content Lead er Mon th 1 st training school 7S2.1, S2.3, S2.4, S2.5, S2.6,S2.7, S2.8, S2.9 Biorefinery integration and sustainable development: Invited speaker :sustainability of biorenewables Sustainability and systems Introduction to synthesis models Thermodynamic methods and process Integration of reactors, separators Bioenergy and cogeneration working session : improve energy efficiency on selected biorefineries) Brainstorming -Jam session : systems tools to scope for novel process engineering equipement Delft- NL 10 Research Methods & Principles : Time and project management, Project effectiveness T3, T4, T5 I2 Visit of BPF Biorefinery Pilot Facility and integrated biorefineries 1 st meeting 1-10 Researchers to give presentations of their projects, first results, and personal career objectives. Evaluation by the R&D group. NTUA -GR 12 International Conference 7,8 CAPE Forum May 2014

10 RENESENG project training activities 2 nd year (1) Main training Events & conferences WP Traini ng cours es ContentLeaderMonth Workshop 21-7S3.1, S3.2, S3.3, S3.4 Advanced biorenewable engineering I : Invited speaker : biorenewables and systems complexity LCA and thermodynamic models for uncertain and new products, selection of solvents, chemical and entrainers, working session : assess selected biochemicals and propose solvents Synthesis models to innovate biorenewable reactors Synthesis models to screen separation trains Design of novel and compact units : Brainstorming-Jam session : systems engineering to innovate at the level of regional development NTUA- GR 14 I3Presentations combined with a visit to HELECTOR site

11 RENESENG project training activities 2 nd year (2) Main training Events & conferences WP Traini ng cours es ContentLeaderMonth 2 nd Training School 7S4.1, S4.2, S4.3, S4.4, S4.5, S4.6,,S4.8, S4.9 Biorefinery libraries : Lignocellulosic, Oil, Water, Algae, Waste Presentation of the material with respect to the lines of Wp5 : review of models for supply chains, for design, synthesis and process integration, modelling platforms Brainstorming -Jam sessions : tools to innovate designs of complex supply chains WUR-NL22 T6, T7, T8 Research and transferable skills training programme : Interpersonal Communication, Innovation and Entrepreneurship I5, I11 Visit to the AlgaeParc and to SeaFarm Best practices of successful spin-off creation : the case of BE nd meeting1-10 Researchers give presentations of the progress of their research project, and on evolution of PDP. Evaluation by the R&D group. Mid-term meeting with the project officer EPFL-CH24 International Conference 7,8European Symposium of Biorefinery Systems Engineering (jointly with the European Symposium of Computer-Aided Process Engineering, ESCAPE25) Copenha gen-DEN May 2015 European Conference 7,8European Conference of Biorefinery2015

12 RENESENG project training activities 3 rd year Main training Events & conferences WPWP Training courses Content LeaderMont h Workshop 3 1-7S5.1, S5.2 Networking research with business for a sustainable energy world CERTH- GR 30 I6, I7 Visiting of RDF production site and MSW facility of HELECTOR Visit of oleo-chemical biorefinery/industrial waste biorefinery 3 rd Training School 7S6.1, S6.2, S6.3, S6.4, S6.5, S6.6,,S6.8,S6.9, S6.10; S6.11, S6.12,S6.13, S6.14, S6.15 Advanced biorenewable engineering II : Integration of chemical paths Modeling with superstructures, complex fractionation systems, screening of solvents and entrainers, Re-engineering the biorefinery : design of fractionation systems, selection of reactors and recycles, retrofitting, Integration for water savings : targeting technologies for re-use, recycle ans regeneration, design of integrated processes, working session : reduce water use in biorefineries and re-engineer flowsheets Working session : debottleneck selected systems Brainstorming -Jam session : stepping beyond the remits of RENESENG Arkem a-FR 36 T9,T10 Patent Strategy. Research Entrepreneurship I8, I9 Visit of the CIMV biochemical biorefinery Visit of Arkema chemical industrial site 3 rd meeting Researchers give presentations of the progress of their research project, and on evolution of personal development plan. Evaluation by the R&D group NTUA- GR 36 International Conference 7,8 ESCAPE or World Sustainable Days or International Biomass Conferenc 2016

13 RENESENG project training activities 4 th year Main training Events & conferences WPTraining coursesContentLeaderMonth 4 th Training School 7 S7.1, S7.2, S7.3, S7.4, S7.5, S7.6, S7.7, S7.8, S7.9, S7.10, S7.11, S7.12, S7.13; S7.14, Integration of renewable energy resources Combination with an existing training on distributed energy integration review of technology on solar, wind, fuel cells, review on parellel session and open discussions Brainstorming -Jam session : innovate of biorenewable with other renewable EPFL-CH40 T11, T12Personal development skills, Creation of spin-off companies I10Visit to EPFL site 4 th meeting1-10 Researchers give presentations of the progress of their research project, and on evolution of PDP. Evaluation by the R&D group. Meeting with project office DTU-DEN44 Concluding symposium 1-10 Finalise project results and discuss further collaborative plans. Meeting with project officer. NTUA-GR46

14 Summary of deliverables Deliver. No. DeliverableLead participantNatureDisseminationMonth D7.1Workshop (introduction courses) in UK Proceedings UoSEventPublic6 D7.2Workshop (Biorenewables Systems Engineering) ImperialEventPublic8 D7.3Training SchoolTUD, WUREventPublic10,22 D7.4Meetings in Greece (2), Switzerland (1), Denmark (1) Proceedings NTUA, EPFL, DTU EventPublic12,24,36, 44 D7.5Workshops in Greece (2) proceedingsNTUA, CERTHEventPublic14,30 D7.6Training School in Greece proceedingsNTUAEventPublic36 D7.7Training School in Switzerland Proceedings EPFLEventPublic40

15 Workshop 3 Topic: Networking research with business for a sustainable energy world. Location: tbd Time: 30 th month Organizing committee: Experienced CERTH staff together with ER of CERTH Key speakers: RENESENG researchers and scientists not involved in RENESENG team Participants: RENESENG researchers and others interested (phD students of NTUA, representatives of industrial entities, local authorities etc) Registration: Free-Dissemination of the RENESENG results to scientific community and industrial entities A visit to MSW facility of Helector (EMAK, Athens) will be arranged for the participants of the workshop. EMAK: Facility for Recovering materials (mainly metals), RDF production and composting. Capacity: t/y

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