European Paper Week 2014 presentations

European Paper Week 2014 presentations

Presentations are publicly available a year after the completion of the event.

Below you can find speaker presentations from European Paper Week 2014. Here is some more material made available during the European Paper Week 2014:

Tuesday, 25/11

Seminar - New ideas for the paper industry: Young researchers' presentations

SPEAKER
PRESENTATION
Sinke Henshaw Osong, Mid Sweden University Development of nano-ligno-cellulose produced from mechanical pulp
Oscar Nissin, Helsinki Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Finland Bioeconomy in Practice...The Biofore Concept Car
Jonna Elina Kuusisto, Aalto University, Finland Composite pigments for papermaking: An innovative solution for improved cost-efficiency
Yoko Otsuka, Centre Technique du Papier (CTP), France Synthesis and Self-assembly of P3HT-b-Maltoheptaose Block Copolymers for Flexible Photovoltaic Paper
Ronny Wahlström, Wood fractionation by deep eutectic solvent systems Wood fractionation by deep eutectic solvent systems
Vegar Ottesen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Nanocellulose Properties of Interest for Paper and Packaging
Aleš Ház, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava (STU) (STUBA) LIGNIN - Isolation, thermal degradation and application in bioplastics
Laura Kollau and Dannie van Osch, Eindhoven University, The Netherlands The use of Deep Eutectic Solvents
Doris Rengstl, Papiertechnische Stiftung (PTS), Germany Development of starch based barrier coating concepts against mineral oil for recycled paper
Thomas Schrinner, Technical University of Dresden, Germany Dry defibration – a waterless preparation process for hard recyclable paper products
Iva Mikulić and Marina Vukoje, Pan Paper and University of Zagreb, Croatia Continuous process for production of cellulose pulp from grass-like feedstock Miscanthus giganteus
Tiemo Arndt, Papiertechnische Stiftung (PTS), Germany Application of hydrodynamic cavitation as alternative technology for stock preparation processes in comparison to standard ultrasound assisted and industrial processes
Urška Kavčič, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia Printed smart packaging
Spyros Bousious, KCPK/BUMAGA, The Netherlands Beyond mere papermaking: Moving in the direction of the Multiple Input – Multiple Output paper mill

 wEDNESDAY, 26/11

Infosession - Assessing the legitimacy of promoting the carbon neutrality of biomass
After the success of this infosession, a webinar will be organised early next year. Please send an email to mail@cepi.org if you would be interested in attending.

SPEAKER
PRESENTATION
Mart-Jan Schelhaas Scientific review
Paulo Canaveira Rules and principles for carbon accounting and their implications for biomass for energy
Mårten Larsson Conclusions and policy recommendations

 
Seminar - On the road to 2030: the Climate & Energy package and the pulp and paper industry

SPEAKER
PRESENTATION
Tomas Wyns, Doctoral Researcher on Environment and Sustainable Development at the Institute for European Studies, Vrije Universiteit Brussel The European Council’s steering views on the 2030 package
Martin Godfried, Administrator at Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators, ACER Key developments and challenges on EU energy markets integration

  

CEPI Annual Meeting 

 SPEAKERS PRESENTATION 
Carsten Breziski, Chief Economist, ING-DiBa Quo vadis, Europe? Desperately seeking a powerful recovery

 

Thursday, 27/11

 Seminar - Competitiveness in a circular economy

SPEAKERS PRESENTATIONS
Anna Karamat, DG Environment, European Commission The European Commission’s proposal on the waste targets review
Ulrich Leberle, Raw Materials Director, CEPI The European pulp and paper industry’s view on the waste targets review
Michiel Adriaanse Programme Manager, KCPK Evolution theory for paper mills
Dr. Dominic Hogg Chairman, Eunomia How to build a business case
Helga van Thournout Engagement Manager, McKinsey & Company Moving together with the value chain (not available - please contact the speaker for more information)
 
Video: The circular economy and the pulp and paper industry