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Keynote Speakers

Keynote 1:

Prof Jens Bo Holm-Nielsen, University of Aalborg, Esbjerg, Denmark

Title: 2nd Generation Biorefineries in the context of Bioenergy in Europe. Reaching EU Targets of Renewable Energy 2020 – 2030. Including Denmark as case example, how to reach 100% Renewable Energy supply 2050

Biomass is biodegradable products, wastes and residues of biological origin from agriculture, forestry and aquaculture. Biomass comes from a wide range of raw materials that includes forestry wood materials, agricultural crops, by-products from farming and forestry, manure and the organic fraction of waste products (Intelligent Energy Europe, 2009; European Commission, 2010). Biomass as a form of renewable energy has the advantage that it can be easily stored, transported and utilised with a flexible load and applications at the place and time of energy and products needed. This makes the biomass unique among renewable energy sources.

The biomass resources currently available for producing  energy can be classified into woody biomass, agricultural sources, biowastes and algae’s (Holm-Nielsen et al. 2010). Agriculture and forestry are the biggest sources of biomass around the world and accounts for 38% and 31% of the total world’s area respectively (FAO, 2010; Holm-Nielsen et al. 2006), but environmental sensitivities and sustainability criteria’s need to be taken into account. Farmers has started paradigm shifts from being food and feed producers towards including production of biomass for fuel and CHP-production and to deliver biomass for new biorefinery concepts and products. Within high level of land productivity, the energy demands and needs might be achieved to a larger extent by changes in agricultural growing systems.  

Developing new concepts of biorefineries includes evolutionary concepts of integrated biomass conversion processes, this opens new biotechnology platform, shifting from centralized way of production into decentralised production, adopting the distributed character of feedstock with low energy density. Nowadays decentralised biorefineries are the platform and inspiration for a wide range of future biobased products.
2.nd generation biorefinery platform consists of Lignocellulosic biomass from Agriculture and Forestry as well as from Organic Waste streams and by-products.  
Examples will be given of how to reach a large proporsion of Renewable Energy supply by combining Windenergy – Solar Energy and Bioenergy in Denmark and the Northern Europe. 

Keywords: Biomass resource potential, Bioenergy, Biofuels , Biorefineries, Biomass Sustainability Criteria’s, Lignocellulosic biomass. Renewable Energy Systems. Integration Wind-Bioenergy-Solar

Dr. Jens Bo Holm-Nielsen; Ph.D. Head of Research Group of Bioenergy and Green Engineering, Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University, Denmark.
25 Years of experience in the field of Biomass Feedstock production, Biorefinery concepts and Biogas production. Board member of R, D & D committee of a cross-governmental body of biogas developments 1993-2009, Denmark. Secretary and/or chairman of NGO biogas and bioenergy organisations. Experience of a variety of EU projects, Organiser of international conferences, workshops and training programmes in EU, Ukraine, Canada and China.
Research:  Managing research, development and demonstration programmes in      
                  integrated agriculture, environment and energy systems. Fulfilled biomass
                  and bioenergy R & D projects. Main focus in biofuels, biogas and biomass
                  resources. Supervising M.Sc. and Ph.D. students in these research fields.
Training programmes: International courses, training programmes and supervision for
                  Ph.D. students and academic staff, governmental bodies and experts in bioenergy systems.
Full biography can be found at www.aau.dk – profile search Jens Bo Holm-Nielsen

Keynote 2:

Prof. Eduard Babulac
Department of Computer Science, Mah University, USA.

Title: Online Game Systems - A Networking Perspective

This talk covers the concepts underlying networked games (NGs) and networked virtual environments (NVEs), from their definition, to distributed systems, to networking fundamentals, quality of experience and game design needs.
Topics include (depending on time allotted): 

- intro to networked games technology
- the challenges of networked games
- QoS/QoE 
- traffic analysis and measurements
- transport protocols and performance

Keynote 3:

Prof GS Tomar, Rajkiya Engieering College, Sonbhadra, India


Position: Director, Rajkiya Engineering College, Sonbhadra, UP 231206
Past Experience: Director, BIAS Bhimtal, THDC IHET Tehri, MITM Gwalior, MPCTM Gwalior, Faculty at University of West Indies
Academic Experience: 23 Years, Indian Air Force: 17 years
Education: UG, PG, Ph.D.- Electronics Engineering and Post Doctoral Fellowship- University of Kent, UK (Computer Engineering).

08 Patents, 13 books, 12 book chapters, more than 230 research papers
Sponsored Projects: Completed 05 sponsored projects 01 ongoing
Consultancy: China and Korea since 2015 and still in continuation
Visiting Faculty: for 2 universities abroad presently
Awards: International Pluto award for academic achievements in 2009 from IBC, Cambridge UK.
Recognitions:  IEEE Senior Member, Fellow IETE and IE (I) member ACM (USA), CSI and ISTE.
Positions in Professional Societies: Chairman for 2 tenure IETE Gwalior, Chairman, IEEE MP Sub Section for 2 years and Founder Chairman IEEE Madhya Pradesh Section since June 2021.
Member, Working group setup to finalise IEEE Standard; ISO/IEC/IEEE 21451-1-4.
Member of Technical committee IEEE SMC and Industrial Electronics.
Organised more than 45 IEEE Conferences in 7 countries
Foreign visits (academic): more than 40 countries
Editor in chief – more than 5 presently
Guidance: 13 Ph.D. awarded, 02 in progress
Research Area: Cognitive Radio Networks, Digital System Design, Wireless Sensor Networks, Future Computing