the project consortium
The following institutes will work on the objectives of Record Biomap within the next 2 years (starting from April 2016).
DBFZ - Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbH (Germany)
The German Biomass Research Centre (DBFZ) was founded in 2008 as a non-profit LLC (gGmbH). Since June 2008, the DBFZ has been the legal successor of the Institute for Energy and Environment (IEE, founded in 1953). The Federal German Government represented by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) is the sole shareholder of the DBFZ. The work of the DBFZ includes feasibility studies, reports, surveys, impact assessments under technological, economic and environmental criteria as well as scenario analyses and life cycle assessments. Further topics are modelling and simulations as well as experimental examinations from the laboratory level to pilot projects. The DBFZ drives and supports the development of new processes, methodologies and concepts in close cooperation with industrial partners. It also maintains close links with public-sector research bodies in Germany in the agricultural, forestry and environmental sectors, as well as with European and global institutions. More information about DBFZ >>>
DBFZ is coordinating the project Record Biomap.
Project Contact at DBFZ: Kathrin Bienert
UWM - University of Warmia and Mazury (Poland)
The Renewable Energy Research Centre (CBEO) was launched in 2006 by the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (UWM). It is a university-wide unit that brings together interdisciplinary research teams from 9 UWM faculties (about 70 researchers). Integration of the research potential within the University allows the organisation of multi- and interdisciplinary project teams which are complementary in solving research questions. More information about UWM >>>
Project Contact at UWM: Marcin Zieliński
RISE - Research Institutes of Sweden
Agrifood and Bioscience
Agrifood and Bioscience is a unit that is part of RISE (Research Institutes of Sweden). The unit has about 130 employees and conducts research and innovation throughout the food chain. We develop and implement next-generation technologies for primary and food production, and are operating for development of requested safe, healthy and sustainable food. The unit's operations also include sustainable waste and sewer solutions and energy issues for rural areas, such as biogas production. Please visit www.ri.se for more information about RISE, which has a total of 2,200 employees and is owned by the Swedish state.
Project Contact at RISE: Gustav Rogstrand