International Bioenergy & Bioproducts Conference (IBBC)

November 7 - 10, 2021 | Atlanta, Georgia

 Call for Presentations Now Open

 

Do you have a new technology that uses renewable materials from biomass to produce chemicals, polymers and fuels in support of the growing bioeconomy? If so, the 2021 International Bioenergy and Bioproducts Conference (IBBC) has opened its Call for Presentations (CFP) and would like to hear from you. The Program Committee is seeking content which provides reports designed to inform, enlighten and engage both industry newcomers and seasoned professionals. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to: Innovative Bioproducts and Biopolymers from Biomass, Bioconversion Pathways, and Supporting the Sustainable Bioeconomy. Because IBBC runs concurrently with the Pulping, Engineering, Environmental, Recycling and Sustainability (PEERS) Conference, the IBBC Program Committee will accept PowerPoint presentations with or without papers.

Undergraduate and graduate students are also invited to submit poster abstracts for the annual Poster Competition and a chance to win cash prizes. Abstract examples include, but are not limited to: process improvements in consumption of energy, water and raw materials, or the creation of new sustainable products.

Deadline for submitting abstracts is Monday, March 15, 2021 and can be uploaded to TAPPI’s Speaker Management System. For more information, please view the Call for Presentations (CFP) document here, or contact TAPPI’s Pulping Division Manager Lisa Stephens at [email protected] and 770-209-7313.

Mark your calendar for 2021!


IBBC 2021


IBBC offers attendees a comprehensive technical program focused on critical issues associated with biomass. Developed by industry professionals, IBBC peer-reviewed sessions are expert-led and include high-level discussion on key topics critical in today's current climate.

IBBC brings together experts from around the world that are interested in leveraging the knowledge and assets in the pulp and paper industry to produce fuel, energy, and chemicals from biomass.

 

Thank you for making our virtual 2020 IBBC Conference a success!

 

With the impacts of COVID-19 still resounding around the world, TAPPI’s popular International Bioenergy and Bioproducts Conferences (IBBC) went virtual on November 2-4, 2020. This change created an opportunity for many industry professionals to attend and take advantage of the high quality technical sessions, research and keynote addresses without leaving their mill or office.

Our valued sponsors

Gold Sponsor

Andritz

Session Sponsor

John Crane (1)

Exhibitors

IGS Enero Solutions Allnorth

Media Partners

Paper360 TAPPI Journal