2012 Symposium Info

Biofuels, Climate Change and Mitigation: Annual Research Symposium

The full agenda, the symposium booklet, and other materials related to the symposium can be found here.


Registration for the symposium and the poster session is both required and free. Please visit our registration page before July 15th to complete this process.

Poster printing and hanging will be handled prior to symposium check-in. Please email a digital version of your poster to Alyse Zadalis by 8 AM on Monday, August 6th to ensure our ability to have it printed. Poster dimensions can be a maximum of 3ft. x 4 ft, and the preferred file format is .pdf. Please also include a brief abstract when sending your poster to our office.


Unless otherwise noted, all events take place in Spooner Hall at the University of Kansas

Wednesday, August 15th

2-3 PM: Symposium check-in and arrival at Spooner Hall
3-4:30 PM: Welcome and opening speakers
4:30-6PM: Catered reception and poster session

Thursday, August 16th

7:30-8:30 AM: Light breakfast
8:30 AM-Noon: Morning presentation session
Noon-1 PM: Lunch
1-5 PM: Afternoon presentation session
5:30-7:30 PM: Evening reception at the Spencer Museum of Art
7:30-9:00 PM: Dinner on the town (invite only)  

Friday, August 17th
Closed meetings- only designated individuals need to remain on Friday the 17th

External Advisory Board, KNE Executive Committee, and Project PI's meet for project review.



Reserved lodging is available at the Oread Hotel.

For CCM lodging information, please contact Terry Jo Litchfield.
For BACC:FLUD lodging information, please contact Alyse Zadalis.


Map and Parking Information

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As noted on the map, parking is available for a fee in the Misssissippi Street garage. Free street parking is also avaliable on Oread Avenue or Indiana Street near the Oread Hotel.

Last updated 8/23/12 by AZ

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