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BIOENERGY FOR EUROPE: WHICH ONES FIT BEST?

BIOENERGY FOR EUROPE: WHICH ONES FIT BEST?

172 7 Annex Dr. Andreas

172 7 Annex Dr. Andreas Patyk: Co-ordinator (one of two), Senior Scientist at the IFEU Institute. He studied chemistry at the University of Heidelberg, PhD in Chemistry at Heidelberg University and PosDoc at the University of Gothenburg. Since 1992 at the IFEU Institute working in the fields of life cycle assessment (LCA), transport and environment, and ecological assessments of fossil and regenerative energy conversion systems and primary industry. Main author, co-author and project leader of numerous scientific studies. Retained as expert consultant by the UNECE work group preparing the convention on persistent organic pollutants. He has published two books and a number of contributions to journals, books, and scientific conferences. Beside co-ordinating the project he has been involved in collection of life cycle input data related to Germany, the compilation of the common base data bank and the calculation of the fossil life cycles for all chains and partners, the validation of the input data for all countries and the assessments on costs and employment for Germany. Dr. Guido A. Reinhardt: Co-ordinator (one of two), Scientific Director of the IFEU Institute. He studied chemistry, math, and biology at the University of Heidelberg, PhD in Chemistry at Heidelberg University. Since 1991 at the IFEU Institute working in the fields of life cycle assessment (LCA), transport and environment, and ecological assessments of food, energy, and industrial crops. He has been involved in numerous research and consultancy activities including several European programs like AIR, FAIR, and ALTENER. He is a member of standardisation panels and advisory committees such as VDI. In the last 10 years he has published several books and has made more than hundred contributions to journals, books, scientific conferences and expert hearings. He is the main author, co-author and project leader of numerous scientific studies. Beside co-ordinating the project he has been involved in methodological issues, interpretation and most conceptual issues including the final report. INRA – National Institute of Agronomic Research (France) Dr. Ghislain Gosse: Head of the research unit "Environment and Arable Crops" of INRA (Grignon), is an agronomist specialised in atmospheric physics and crop modelling. He is also Scientific advisor of ADEME in the area of Agriculture and Environment. He has been engaged for 20 years in bio-energy production in France and at the EU level (co-ordination of Sorghum network especially) and was expert in France in the environmental evaluation of liquid biofuels (RME, ETBE) in the Levy Mission for example. Involved in this FAIR project since its beginning, he directed the data collection and verification of all chains studied in France and contributed to the redaction of the French results. Dr. Bruno Leviel: Engineer for INRA: He studied physics and chemistry for environment at the polytechnic institute of Toulouse (INPT). For 5 years, at Unit Environment and Arable Crops of INRA Versailles-Grignon, he has been involved in several projects concerning environmental balances, analyses of risks for environment of energy crops -especially sugar beet, wheat, rape seed and sweet sorghum- and life cycle assessments. Involved in this FAIR project since its beginning, he collected and checked the data of all chains studied in France and contributed to the redaction of the French results. TUD – Technical University of Denmark (Denmark) Dr. Nina Caspersen: MSc Chem. Eng, PhD, 6 years experience in life cycle assessment, especially materials and energy systems. Co-reviewer of a large Danish LCA-project on electricity and combined power systems. Involved in the large Danish LCA-project: EDIP (Environmental design of industrial products) and in the national methodology project on LCA in Denmark. Main tasks in the methodology project: allocation and future forecasting in LCA. Involved in simplification of LCA in connection to small and medium size enterprises and development of tools for quick environmental assessment in connection with product development. Dr. Bo Pedersen Weidema: Born in 1956, 28 years of experience in environmental issues, since joining the emerging environmental grassroots movements in 1972. In 1984, with a M.Sc. in horticulture from the Royal Agricultural University of Copenhagen, he initiated an interdisciplinary, inter-university course on environment of which he became the first administrator and lecturer. As private consultant

7.4 List of authors and addresses 173 and member of international committees from 1985-1989 he was involved in developing standards and markets for ecological food products. In 1993 he obtained the Ph.D. degree from the Technical University of Denmark on a thesis on life cycle assessment. Since then he has been working as a consultant on life cycle assessment. He is an expert delegate to the ISO TC 207 / SC5 Working Group on life cycle inventory, general secretary to the Society for Promotion of Lifecycle assessment Development (SPOLD), member of the SETAC Steering Committee on Life Cycle Assessment, chairman of the CODATA (Committee on Data for Science and Technology of the International Council of Scientific Unions) Working Group on data for environmental life cycle inventories, board member of the EEE network for Environmental Engineering and Education, and member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. Anne Merete Nielsen: Environmental Economist from the Royal Agricultural and Veterinarian University of Denmark (1998). Since then employed at the Technical University of Denmark. Per H. Nielsen: He received his M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from Technical University of Denmark in 1988 and his Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Engineering from Technical University of Denmark in 1994. After receiving his Ph. D. Per H. Nielsen has specialised in lifecycle assessment and served as researcher, course instructor and consultant in the field. Per H. Nielsen now holds a position as associate professor in Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand. Addresses of Participants BLT BLT – Bundesanstalt für Landtechnik (Federal Institute of Agricultural Engineering) Rottenhauserstraße 1, A-3250 Wieselburg Phone: 0043 7416 52175-0 FAX: 0043 7416 52175-45 Personnel Extension e-mail Manfred Wörgetter Josef Rathbauer -30 -43 manfred.woergetter@blt.bmlf.gv.at josef.rathbauer@blt.bmlf.gv.at CLM CLM – Center for Agriculture and Environment, P.O. BOX 10015, NL-3505 AA Utrecht Phone: 0031 30 244-1301 FAX: 0031 30 244-1318 Personnel Extension e-mail Marjoleine Hanegraaf Anton Kool Henk van Zeijtz mhanegraaf@clm.nl akool@clm.nl hvzeijts@clm.nl CRES CRES – Center for Renewable Energy Sources GR-190 09 Pikermi, 19th km Marathonos Av. Phone: 0030 1 603-9900 FAX: 0030 1 603-8006 Personnel Extension e-mail Calliope Panoutsou Natassa Nikolaou ppanouts@cres.gr nikolaou@cres.gr

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