Domain Committee "Forests, their Products and Services (fps)"



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COST

Domain Committee "Forests, their Products and Services (FPS)"


COST Action FP0901

Start Date 15/10/2009
Analytical Techniques for Biorefineries
MONITORING

PROGRESS REPORT
Reporting Period: from 1 January 2011 – 31 December 2011

This Report is presented to the relevant Domain Committee.

It contains three parts:
I. Management Report prepared by the COST Office/Grant Holder

II. Scientific Report prepared by the Chair of the Management Committee of the Action



III. Previous versions of the Scientific Report; i.e., part II of past reporting periods



Executive summary (max.250 words):

FP0901 has now been running for 26 months altogether and the number of COST countries participating is currently 27 and four active non-COST members (two reciprocal agreements). The number of registered participants is about 136, of which about 100 have been actively participating. The number of female participants is very good, being about 50% and the number of ESRs is still growing, now being close to 50%. Notable is that the Chair is still an ESR. The number of joint publications by the partners involved in FP0901 in the field of the Action is up to now 43 (17+26). The industry has also shown appreciable interest in the Action one important task is still to involve them also on a practical plane, not only as watchers. From scientific and networking aspects, the main success stories have definitely been the successful STSM visits. 13 STSMs have so far been finished and 6 of these have been by female ESRs. The introduction of analytical Round Robin type activities have also been important and will allow the Action to develop and get closer to reaching the goals. It is also nice to see that especially ESR’s and also young female researchers seem to have found activities within the Action. The Chair, Steering Group, and some MC members have actively been promoting the Action at conferences and meetings, as well as in direct contacts with the industry. FP0901 has had joint activities both with other Actions and EU projects.

I. Management Report prepared by the COST Office/Grant Holder
I.A. COST Action Fact Sheet


  • COST Action FP0901, Analytical Techniques for Biorefineries

  • Domain Forests, their Products and Services (FPS)




  • Action details:

CSO Approval: 26/5/2009

End date: 14/10/2013

Entry into force: 11/07/2009

Extension: -




  • Objectives

Trees, annual and perennial plants, recycled fibres, and lignocellulosic side streams from forest and agroindustry are renewable resources for the development of natural materials, biochemicals, and bioenergy. The chemical complexity of plant materials, the feed material of Biorefineries, renders the analyses of the feed constituents, processes, and valorised products challenging. The main objective of the Action is to develop new and evaluate existing analytical methods related to forest-based and agroindustrial Biorefineries. Thus, the Action covers the analytical methods for the Biorefinery feed material and for processed biochemicals, biomaterials, and process residues. Especially analytical pretreatments will be evaluated. Critical steps are the representativeness of the sampling and samples, the extraction, fractionation, and sample storage methods applied. New methods will be applied and evaluated for their relevance. Other emphasised areas will be development of analytical on-line applications, hyphenated techniques, and applying statistical multicomponent analyses to sort out the relevant data from the main data stream. The European forest-based, bioenergy-based and agroindustrial industries will benefit from the Action in receiving relevant information on their developments of sustainable and environmentally benign solutions for novel utilisation of renewable resources. The development of analytical tools will lead to cost effective and sustainable processes and products.


  • Parties: list of countries and date of acceptance




Austria (11/07/2009)

Italy (11/07/2009)

Switzerland (31/07/2009)

Belgium (31/07/2009)

Latvia (11/07/2009)

Turkey (25/11/2009)

Bulgaria (14/06/2011)

Netherlands (08/09/2009)

United Kingdom (11/07/2009)

Czech Rep. (20/08/2010)

Norway (15/09/2009)




Denmark (20/01/2010)

Poland (03/12/2009)




Estonia (21/10/2010)

Portugal (07/01/2010)




Finland (10/09/2009)

Romania (31/07/2009)




France (04/08/2009)

Serbia (30/09/2009)




Germany (11/07/2009)

Slovakia (31/07/2009)




Greece (11/07/2009)

Slovenia (31/07/2009)




Hungary (31/07/2009)

Spain (11/07/2009)




Ireland (16/03/2010)

Sweden (16/10/2009)







  • Intentions to accept: none



  • Other participants:
    Scion, New Zealand

North Carolina State University, United States

Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil



CSIR Forestry and Forest Products Research Centre, South Africa


Chair: Prof. Stefan Willför, Åbo Akademi University, Porthansgatan 3, FI-20500, Åbo, Finland, mobile phone +358 40 504 7904, swillfor@abo.fi or costfp0901@abo.fi



DC Rapporteur: Dr. Klaus Niemelä, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, PO Box 1000, FI-02044 VTT, Finland, phone +358 40 7510819, klaus.niemela@vtt.fi

Science Officer:

Dr Xin-Ying Ren, fps@cost.eu

Administrative Officer:

Cassia Azevedo, fps@cost.eu




  • Action Web site: http://www.abo.fi/costfp0901




  • Grant Holder Representative: Stefan Willför, swillfor@abo.fi




  • Working Groups: (list of WGs and names and affiliations of participants)

WG1: Biorefinery feed material sampling and characterization

WG1 Leader: Marco Orlandi (IT)

Members of WG: Mehrdad Arshadi (SE), Christos G. Athanassiou (GR), Søren Barsberg (DK), Sylwia Bialczuk(FI), Anna Bogolitsyna (AT), José C del Rio (ES), Wolfram Dietz (DE), Tatiana Dizhbite (LV), Lucia Dumitrescu (RO), Cazacu Georgeta (RO), Richard Gosselink (NL), Janis Gravitis (LV), Stephen Harding (UK), Jorn Heerenklage (DE), Callum Hill (UK), Zdenka Hromadkova (SK), Ari Ivaska (FI), Anna Jacobs (SE), Ayben Kılıç (TR), Petri Kilpeläinen (FI), Zuzana Kostalova (SK), Mirjana Kostic (RS), Jens Krogell (FI), Jalel Labidi (ES), Walter Milacher (AT), Nils-Olof Nilvebrandt (NO), Marco Orlandi (IT), Hannu Pakkanen (FI), Maria Cristina Popescu (RO), Andrey Pranovich (FI), Ritva Savolainen (FI), Selim Şen (TR), Huesyin Sivrikaya (TR), Daniel Stratev (AT), Maija Tenkanen (FI), Thomas Ters (AT), Ibrahim Tumen (TR), Päivi Tuomainen (FI), Caroline Vanderghem (BE), Cornelia Vasile (RO), Stefan Voorspoels (BE), Anna Wajs (PL), Bjørge Westereng (NO), Stefan Willför (FI), Elisabeth Windeisen (DE)

WG2: Characterization of processed biochemicals and biomaterials

WG2 Leader: Claudia Crestini (IT)

Members of WG: Mehrdad Arshadi (SE), Daniela Manea (RO), Stefan Voorspoels (BE), Valentin Popa (RO), Irina Volf (RO), Petronela Nechita (RO), Daniela Manea (RO), Ioana Ignat (RO), Cornelia Vasile (RO), Diana Ciolacu (RO), Mihaela Popescu (RO), Raluca Dumitriu (RO), Claudia Crestini (IT), Raffaele Saladino (IT), Tarja Tamminen (FI), Torbjorn Lestander (SE), Ingvild A. Johnsen (NO), Richard Gosselink (NL), Lari Vähäsalo (FI), Ann-Sofie Leppänen (FI), Victor Kisonen (FI), Michael Schrems (AT), Petronela Nechita (RO), Sanchi Nenkova (BG), Ivo Valchev (BG), Danilson Da Silva Perez (FR), Janis Gravitis (LV), Tatiana Dizhbite (LV), Karin Fackler (AT), Klaus Niemelä (FI), Søren Barsberg (DK), Dimitris S. Argyropoulos (US), Jurgen Puls (DE), Anna Sundberg (FI), Caroline Vanderghem (BE), Koel Mihke (EE), Hannu Ilvesniemi (FI), Emrah Dönmez (TR)

WG3: Characterization and fate of process residues

WG3 Leader: Elisabeth Sjöholm (SE)

Members of WG: Brebu Mihai (RO), Totolin Marian (RO), Irina Volf (RO), Teodor Malutan (RO), Alina Stingu (RO), Anca Hainal (RO), Camelia Draghici (RO), Lucia Dumitrescu (RO), Mihaela Sica (RO), Ileana Manciulea (RO), Crsitina Aurica Bogatu (RO), Janis Gravitis (LV), Emmanuel G. Koukios (GR), Stylianos AVELAKIS (GR), Emmnaouil AVGERINOS (GR), Lamprini DIAMANTOPOULOU (GR), lazaros KARAOGLANOGLOU(GR), Ioannins OANAGIOTOPOULOS (GR), Dionyssios Perdikis (GR), Bodo Saake (DE), Stefan Voorspoels (BE), Domien De Paepe (BE), Frédérique Bertaud (FR), Ida Brodin (SE), Johanna Persson (SE), Fredrik Aldeus (SE), Elisabeth Sjöholm (SE), Per Lindgren (SE), Jääskeläinen Anna-Stiina (FI), Matti Häärä (FI), Johan Henriksson (SE), Kurt Messner (AT), Tatiana Dizhbite (LV), Celal DURAN (TR), Antje Potthast (AT), Akın Saraçbaşı (TR), Juan Carlos Parajó (ES), Bishop (Bruce) Sithole (SA), Nikolay Yosifov (BG), Hanna Schweinebarth (SE), Johannes Kappen (DE), Regina Fuchs (DE)


I.B. Management Committee member list


Name

Country

E-mail

Antje POTTHAST

Austria

antje.potthast@boku.ac.at

Karin FACKLER

Austria

k.fackler@tuwien.ac.at

Ute HENNIGES

Austria

ute.henniges@boku.ac.at

Katherine NOTT

Belgium

knott@ulg.ac.be

Stefan VOORSPOELS

Belgium

stefan.voorspoels@vito.be

Edwin DE PAUW

Belgium

E.DePauw@ulg.ac.be

Sanchi NENKOVA

Bulgaria

nenkova@uctm.edu

Nadezda VRCHOTOVA

Czech Republic

nada@usbe.cas.cz

Tomas VANEK

Czech Republic

vanek@ueb.cas.cz

Petr MARSIK

Czech Republic

marsik@ueb.cas.cz

Jens Eibye SCHMIDT

Denmark

jeej@risoe.dtu.dk

Anne Belinda THOMSEN

Denmark

abbj@risoe.dtu.dk

Mihkel KALJURAND

Estonia

mihkel@chemnet.ee

Mihkel KOEL

Estonia

vmihkel@argus.chemnet.ee

Maria BORISSOVA

Estonia

mariab@chemnet.ee

Tarja TAMMINEN

Finland

Tarja.Tamminen@vtt.fi

Maija TENKANEN

Finland

maija.tenkanen@helsinki.fi

Hannu PAKKANEN

Finland

hannu.pakkanen@jyu.fi

Anna-Stiina JAASKELAINEN

Finland

Anna-Stiina.Jaaskelainen@vtt.fi

Denilson DA SILVA PEREZ

France

denilson.dasilvaperez@fcba.fr

Valerie SIMON

France

valerie.simon@ensiacet.fr

Frederique BERTAUD

France

Frederique.Bertaud@webCTP.com

Juergen PULS

Germany

juergen.puls@vti.bund.de

Roland ULBER

Germany

ulber@mv.uni-kl.de

Ina KORNER

Germany

i.koerner@tu-harburg.de

Dionyssios PERDIKIS

Greece

dperdikis@aua.gr

Leandros SKALTSOUNIS

Greece

skaltsounis@pharm.uo.gr

Nikolaos FOKIALAKIS

Greece

fokialakis@pharm.uoa.gr

Istvan LELE

Hungary

ilele@axelero.hu

Andras VIG

Hungary

avig@mail.bme.hu

Daniel HAYES

Ireland

daniel.hayes@ul.ie

Karla DUSSAN

Ireland

karla.dussan@ul.ie

Marco ORLANDI

Italy

marco.orlandi@unimib.it

Claudia CRESTINI

Italy

crestini@stc.uniroma2.it

Maris DAUGAVIETIS

Latvia

maris.daugavietis@silava.lv

Janis GRAVITIS

Latvia

jgravit@edi.lv

Tatjana DIZBITE

Latvia

ligno@edi.lv

Janis RIZIKOVS

Latvia

rijans@inbox.lv

Richard GOSSELINK

Netherlands

richard.gosselink@wur.nl

Henk A SCHOLS

Netherlands

henk.schols@wur.nl

Nils-Olof NILVEBRANT

Norway

nils-olof.nilvebrant@borregaard.com

Ingvild A. JOHNSEN

Norway

ingvild.johnsen@pfi.no

Anna WAJS-BONIKOWSKA

Poland

anna.wajs@p.lodz.pl

Radoslaw BONIKOWSKI

Poland

radoslaw.bonikowski@p.lodz.pl

Armando SILVESTRE

Portugal

armsil@ua.pt

Cornelia VASILE

Romania

cvasile@icmpp.ro

Valentin POPA

Romania

vipopa@ch.tuiasi.ro

Maria Cristina POPESCU

Romania

cpopescu@icmpp.ro

Irina VOLF

Romania

iwolf@ch.tuiasi.ro

Mirjana KOSTIC

Serbia

kostic@tmf.bg.ac.rs

Zdenka HROMADKOVA

Slovak Republic

chemhrom@savba.sk

Matjaz KUNAVER

Slovenia

matjaz.kunaver@ki.si

Primoz OVEN

Slovenia

Primoz.Oven@bf.uni-lj.si

Edita JASIUKAITYTE

Slovenia

edita.jasiukaityte@ki.si

Jose Carlos DEL RIO

Spain

delrio@irnase.csic.es

Jose Calros Parajo

Spain

jcparajo@uvigo.es

Ana GUTIERREZ

Spain

anagu@irnase.csic.es

Mehrdad ARSHADI

Sweden

mahrdfad.arshadi@btk.slu.se

Elisabeth SJOHOLM

Sweden

elisabeth.sjoholm@innventia.com

Jairo LORA

Switzerland

jhlora@greenvalue-sa.com

Alfred ABAECHERLI

Switzerland

abaecherli.ili@bluewin.ch

Huseyin SIVRIKAYA

Turkey

h_sivrikaya@yahoo.com

Yalcin COPUR

Turkey

yalcincopur@duzce.edu.tr

Akin SARACBASI

Turkey

akinsaracbasi@yahoo.com

Callum HILL

United Kingdom

C.Hill@napier.ac.uk

Mike JARVIS

United Kingdom

mikej@chem.gla.ac.uk

Steve HARDING

United Kingdom

Steve.Harding@nottingham.ac.uk

Florent BOUXIN

United Kingdom

flobou@chem.gla.ac.uk

Sanchi NENKOVA

Bulgaria

nenkova@uctm.edu

Daniel VAN DE PAS

New Zealand

Daniel.vandePas@scionresearch.com

Dimitris ARGYROPOULOS

United States

dsargyro@ncsu.edu

Jorge COLODETTE

Brazil

colodett@ufv.br


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