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Felix Winzer, MSc

 

Arbeitsgebiet / Promotionsthema

Nutzungmöglichkeiten von Biomassepotenzialen

 

Betreute Projekte:

  • MisCas - Cascade Utilization of Miscanthus to increase resource efficiency (Kaskadennutzung von Miscanthus zur Steigerung der Ressourceneffizienz)
  • Bio Innovation Park Rheinland - Etablierung eines klimaneutralen, regionalen Wissenschafts- und Gewerbepark

 

MisCas - Cascade Utilization of Miscanthus to increase resource efficiency (Kaskadennutzung von Miscanthus zur Steigerung der Ressourceneffizienz)

 

Summary

Today the cultivation of renewable resources and biomass plants like Miscanthus are focusing on a pre-defined single use. Side products (which occur within the production process) are often considered as dead end products with no further intended use. The same is valid for the product after its primary use (end of life). A sustainable bioeconomy should increase resource efficiency to preserve the natural environment. The challenge in this context is to understand as many as possible side and end-of-life products as ‘new’ feedstock and to include them into a complex cascade utilization of the primary resource (Miscanthus). Singular feedstock-usage relations should be developed into a complex feedstock-usage network. The primary goal of the MisCas project is a feasability study to show which uses (material, energy) could be combined with each other in a way where the product after its use is considered to be the feedstock of a subsequent (additional) use to come to a cascade utilization based on a single primary resource in the value chain for Miscanthus. This is based on the suitability of the side / after-use product as feedstock for following different uses where the impact of different uses on later uses have to be evaluated.  The study of this new and complex value chain concept relies on the interdisciplinary approach of the BioSC by integrating the complementary competences from core groups in the field of ‘sustainable plant production and resource stewardship’, ‘engineering and processing of renewable resources’. A special emphasis will be given on economic and social implications which come along with cascade utilization because a successful bioeconomy will be based on market opportunity and consumer acceptance.

 

 

 Publications

  • Winzer, F. Kraska, T., Eisenberger, C., Kötter, T., Pude, R. (2017). Biomass from fruit trees for combined energy and food production. Biomass Bioenerg, 107, 279-286. https://doi.org/10.​1016/​j.​biombioe.​2017.​10.​027.
  • Winzer, F, Witzel, C-P, Kraska, T, Finger, R. Pude, R (2015): Möglichkeiten der Kaskadennutzung von Miscanthus zur Erhöhung der Ressourceneffizienz. Mitt. Ges. Pflanzenbauwiss., 27, 23-24.
  • Kraska, T, Winzer, F, Witzel C-P, Finger, R, Pude, R (2015): Cascade utilization of Miscanthus. Biobased Future (Mitteilungsblatt über Biomasse für Energie und Industrie in einer nachhaltigen Wirtschaft), 04 / 2015, S. 13.
  • Pude, R, Kraska, T, Winzer, F (2015): Von der Nische zur industriellen Nutzung. In: Trendbuch Innovative Agrarwirtschaft 2015. Trendbuch 2015/agrarzeitung. Deutscher Fachverlag GmbH, Frankfurt am Main. S. 99-102.

 

Acknowledgements
The scientific activities of the Bioeconomy Science Center are financially supported by the Ministry of Innovation, Science and Resesarch within the framework of the NRW Strategieprojekt BioSC (No. 313/323‐400‐00213).

 

Bio Innovation Park Rheinland - Etablierung eines klimaneutralen, regionalen Wissenschafts- und Gewerbepark

 

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