Biobased Transitions: an Uphill Battle?!

On the 5th of April Martijn Zieverink, professor of Biobased Transitions, will be presenting his inaugural speech. The event will take place at St. Joost School of Art & Design in Breda from 3:00 pm until 5:30 pm.

During his inaugural speech, Martijn will take you on a journey about why switching from fossil to renewable feedstock in the (petro)chemical industry is crucial for limiting the extend of climate change.

 

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Date
5 April 2024

Switching from fossil to renewable feedstock in the (petro)chemical industry is crucial for limiting the extent of climate change. Are existing industries going to effect this change, or will new ones have to be built? Is there still enough time? You are cordially invited to attend Martijn Zieverink’s inaugural lecture in which he will explore both the challenges and opportunities of this Biobased Transition.

Program for Friday, April 5th
For the inaugural lecture, English will be the language of communication.

15.00 – 15.30   Walk-in
15.30 – 15.45   Opening by Ralph Simons, Director MNEXT
15.45 – 16.30   Inaugural lecture Martijn Zieverink, Professor Biobased Transitions
16.30 – 16.45  Presenting of the chain of office by Dr. J. Ravensbergen acting chair, Board of Directors, Avans Hogeschool
16.45 – 17.30   Drinks

Click here for more information about the professorship of Martijn Zieverink and his research group Biobased Resources & Energy.

Registration
You can register for the inaugural speech of Martijn Zieverink by clicking the button underneath. After registration you will receive your final confirmation of participation, including practical details and directions, one week in advance.

 

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