Program
  • Wednesday, November 8, 2017
  • 09:30 - 13:00
  • Memo
  • Biobased Industry Room

Organized by: CLUSTER SPRING, CLUSTER CLAN, BLUE GROWTH and Ecomondo Technical Scientific Committee          

National Technological Clusters have been set up by the Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research in the National Research Plan 2015-2020 to create permanent dialogue platforms between public research network and enterprises, focusing on a specific technology and application area of strategic interest. The conference provides some relevant examples of innovation projects implemented in the framework of Italian and EU Clusters directly linked to the bioeconomy as well as their positive impact on a variety of economic sectors.

Targeted Audience: R&D performers; Institutions

 

Section Chair

Cinzia Tonci, Italian Ministry of Economic Development

 

Introduction

State of the art of the Italian policy on technology clusters: main actors, implementation so far

Oscar Pasquali, Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research

 

Programme

10.00-10.20 Presentation of the new national technology clusters: Blue Growth, etc.

10.20-10.40 What the large public thinks about Bioeconomy? European project BIOWAYS reveals the results of the survey “public perception of bio-based products”.

BIOWAYS (GA 720762) is a Coordinated and Support Action (CSA), funded under Horizon 2020 and BBI-JU aiming at promoting Bioeconomy, Bio-based products and the research in the domain

Susanna Albertini - FVA – New Media Research

10.40-11.00 How the biotechnologies of Optibiocat advance the beauty industry introducing eco-friendly bioprocesses and cosmetic products

Optiobiocat project

11.00 – 13.00

AFTERLIFE project: a zero-waste and circular economy approach for the recovery and valorisation of the relevant fractions from wastewater

Vito Emanuele Carofiglio1, Domenico Centrone1, Maria Lopez Abelairas2, Paolo Stufano1 - 1. EggPlant S.r.l Italy 2. IDENER. Early   Spain

Residues valorisation for fuel vector, chemical production and nutrients recycle in a circular biorefinery: TERMOREF and GLV perspectives

Francesco Basile, University of Bologna

Organic waste valorisation by using insects to obtain materials for agricultural use

Lara Maistrello, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia

BIT3G Project

Green Chemistry Cluster

SOSTINNOVI “Sustainability and innovation in the wine industry”

POR-FESR 2014-2020 Project, Emilia Romagna Region

Giovanni Nigro (CRPV), Federica Bondioli (UNIPARMA), Giulio Allesina (UNIMORE), Massimo Messori (UNIMORE) Paolo Tartarini (UNIMORE), Andrea Antonelli (UNIMORE)

REBIOCHEM Project

Green Chemistry Cluster

Anaerobic digestion: biological cycles linking today, strategic biotechnology tomorrow

M. Garuti, C. Fabbri,  S. Piccinini - Centro Ricerche Produzioni Animali – CRPA Lab, Sezione Ambiente ed Energia Reggio Emilia

Life cycle analysis of industrial production of terephthalic acid: comparison among alternative pathways from renewable sources

Mirco Volanti1, Fabrizio Passarini1,2, Daniele Cespi1,3, Esmeralda Neri2, Fabrizio Cavani1,2 - 1 Dipartimento di Chimica Industriale “Toso Montanari”, ALMA Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna, 2 Centro Interdipartimentale di Ricerca Industriale “Energia e Ambiente”, 3 Environmental management and consulting (EMC) Innovation Lab S.r.l.

Recovery of organic compounds and building blocks from agro-food processing wastes 

P.Zitella1, S.Silvestri2, S.Piccinini3, F.Valetti4, D.Mainero5 - 1Environment Park, 2Fondazione Edmund Mach, 3Centro Ricerche Produzioni Animali, 4Università degli Studi di Torino, 5ACEA Pinerolese

 

POSTER PRESENTATION

ABIBG-1 Cost and Benefit Analysis as a tool to support decisions on energetic streamlining in the Green Building Sector

Sgandurra Martina [1], Salerno Giulia [1], Passalacqua Alessia [1], Di Franco Adriano [1], Rinaldo Antonella [2].- [1] Department Economic and Business, University of Catania, Corso Italia 55- 95129 Catania (Italy). [2] Prefabbricati di Martelli Salvatore & C. s.a.s., Bronte (Catania), Italy.

ABIBG-2 The Bioeconomy in Sicily: new green marketing strategies applied to the sustainable tourism sector

Elisa Maugeri [1], Enrica Gullo[1], Paola Romano[1],Federica Spedalieri [1], Alfio Licciardello [2] - [1]Department Economics and Business, University of Catania [2] Hotel Primavera dell’Etna Zafferana Etnea CT

ABIBG-3 The new ISO 14001:2015 standard as a strategic application of Life Cycle Thinking

Matarazzo Agata [1], Milazzo Placido [1], Sgandurra Martina [1], Grassia Luca [1], Guadagnuolo Vincenzo [2]. [1] Department Economic and Business, University of Catania [2] Acciaierie di Sicilia S.p.A. Catania

ABIBG-4 The SWOT analysis applied to a high risk area as a strategy to increase sustainable local value chain

Leanza Andrea [1], Bonanno Sandro[1], Suriano Enrico [1], Amara Giovanni [2], Gigli Carlo [2] - [1] Department of Economics and Business, University of Catania;  [2] GE.S.P.I. SRL, Augusta (SR), Italy

ABIBG-5 Check list di autocontrollo delle performance economiche e finanziarie  a supporto delle aziende per l’applicazione della bioeconomia

Nino Sabbia (1)- Paolo Morgante (2) - Agata Matarazzo (3) – Eliana Stancanelli (3)- Enrico Suriano (3) - (1)- Banco BPM SPA- Sede legale piazza F.Media 4-20121 Milano (Italy) (2)-ENEA CCEI Catania- Piazza Spedini, Catania, (Italy) (3)- Università degli Studi di Catania- Dipartimento Economia e Impresa-

ABIBG-6 L’applicazione del carbon footprint come strumento a supporto del emission trading nell’ottica dell’economia circolare.

Di Benedetto Francesco [1]- Pesce Andrea [1]- Pirrone Francesco [1]- Puglisi Francesco [1]-  Bertino Alberto [2] - [1] Dipartimento Di Economia e Impresa, Università degli Studi di Catania

ABIBG-7 Life Cycle Thinking quale approccio per raggiungere l’autonomia attraverso la circolarità dell’economia in azienda dolciaria siciliana 

Atanasio Valeria (1)- Ocello Eleonora (1)- Scuderi Antonio (1)-  Silluzio Claudia (1)- Nicolò Giannotta (2), Gianmatteo Valentino Sapienza (2) - 1) UNIVERSITY OF CATANIA- DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS-  (2) Duci srls- Catania, Italy

ABIBG-8 Environmental Product Declaration as a strategy to apply bioeconomy in the sustainable steel sector

Marco Palmieri (1), Federica Ragaglia (1),  Sebastiano Patanè (1),  Paolo Piana (1),  Carlo Ingrao (2), Alberto Bertino(3) - (1) University of Catania- Department of economics and business-    (2) Facoltà di Ingegneria e Architettura, Università degli studi di Enna Kore, Enna ,italy (3) Acciaierie di Sicilia S.p.A., Italy.

ABIBG-9 Strumenti di green marketing applicabili alle strutture turistiche sostenibili per l’ottenimento di strategie basate sulla bioeconomy

Cristaldi Valeria (1)  – Gambera Vanessa (1) Clasadonte Maria Teresa (1) – Puglisi Benedetto (2) –  Sutera Davide Michele Carmelo (3) – Firetto Carlino Marialuigia (3)- (1) Universita’ degli Studi di Catania – Dipartimento di dEconomia E Impresa - Corso Italia 55- 95129 Catania (2) Be Factory –Catania(3) Hotel Airone City  Catania

ABIBG-10 La sostenibilità sociale nel Supply Chain Management: analisi preliminare della letteratura

Manuela D’Eusanio(1), Alessandra Zamagni(2), Luigia Petti(1) - 1) Università degli Studi “G.d’Annunzio” Chieti –Pescara (2) Ecoinnovazione Srl, ENEA Spin-off. Padova

ABIBG-11 Analisi del ciclo di vita della produzione industriale di acido tereftalico: confronto tra vie alternative da fonti rinnovabili

Mirco Volanti1, Fabrizio Passarini1,2, Daniele Cespi1,3, Esmeralda Neri2, Fabrizio Cavani1,2 - 1 Dipartimento di Chimica Industriale “Toso Montanari”, ALMA Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna, 2 Centro Interdipartimentale di Ricerca Industriale “Energia e Ambiente”, 3 Environmental management and consulting (EMC) Innovation Lab S.r.l.

 

Conference held in italian language