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1 Sunday 5th of June Welcome to Leeuwarden and optional welcoming reception at City Hall at hrs. If you ve registered for the conference, you should have received an to register for the welcoming reception. If not, please contact the conference organization: Monday 6th of June - 1st day of the official program : Registration and coffee : Conference opening by Cees Buisman : Plenary KEYNOTE presentation Bert Hamelers in Friesland Bank Zaal : Plenary KEYNOTE presentation Bruce Logan in Friesland Bank Zaal : Presentations in parallel sessions (3 x 15 min) Session 1 Auditorium: Friesland Bank Zaal, Moderator: Bert Hamelers 1: Light-driven extracellular electron transfer in microalgae. Stefano Freguia 2: The seafloor, sunlight, and nanowires. Leonard M. Tender 3: Numerical modeling of the secondary current distribution in a MEC to optimize cell design. Alain Bergel Session 2 Auditorium: Friesland Zorgverzekeraar Zaal, Moderator: Bruce Logan 1: Alternate charging and discharging of capacitor enhance the electron production of microbial fuel cells. P. Liang 2: MFC-cascade systems for maximum effluent utilisation/degradation. Pablo Ledezma 3: A novel design of scalable microbial fuel cell: Serpentine-type MFC stack. Yong Yuan : Coffee break (after 3 rd presentation) : Presentations in parallel sessions (3 x 15 min) Session 1 Auditorium: Friesland Bank Zaal, Moderator: Bert Hamelers 4: Plant-microbial fuel cells: Matching results and model predictions to show the technological and economical perspectives of PlantPower. D.P.B.T.B. Strik 5: Year-round performance of the Plant-Microbial Fuel Cell: Design and strategies for increasing power output. Marjolein Helder 6: Anode materials for sediment microbial fuel cells. Jan Arends Session 2 Auditorium: Friesland Zorgverzekeraar Zaal, Moderator: Bruce Logan 4: Improvement of air-cathode MFCs performance by increasing CO2 partial pressure in a cathode chamber. So Ishizaki 5: Selection of operating conditions and reactor configuration in a microbial electrolysis cell. L. Gil-Carrera 6: Multi-option-systems: How to select a BES cathode?! Falk Harnisch : Lunch : Plenary KEYNOTE presentation In S. Kim in Friesland Bank Zaal : Plenary KEYNOTE presentation Korneel Rabaey in Friesland Bank Zaal : Presentations in parallel sessions (3 x 15 min) Session 1 Auditorium: Friesland Bank Zaal, Moderator: In. S Kim 1: MFC as innovative biotechnology for the treatment of Acid Mine Drainage (AMD) dominated with Fe. Olivier Lefebvre 2: An anode with 3-dimensional flow geometry in a porous carbon: Performance with respect to the temperature, substrate concentration and flow rate. Jung Rae Kim 3: A Comparative Assessment of Four Industrial Wastewaters as Substrate in Low Cost Microbial Fuel Cells. Deepak Pant

2 Session 2 Auditorium: Friesland Zorgverzekeraar Zaal, Moderator: Korneel Rabaey 1: Electrosynthesis of Organic Compounds from Carbon Dioxide Catalyzed by a Diversity of Microorganisms. Kelly P. Nevin 2: Continuous production of caustic soda from synthetic and real wastewater. Stephen Andersen 3: Improved methane production and energy efficiency during long-term CO2 reduction to methane in a flat plate Microbial Electrolysis Cell. M.C.A.A. Jansen : Coffee break (after 3 rd presentation) : Presentations in parallel sessions (3 x 15 min) Session 1 Auditorium: Friesland Bank Zaal, Moderator: In. S Kim 4: Power Mapping Miniature Benthic Microbial Fuel Cells for Ultra-Low Power Applications. Adriane Q. Wotawa-Bergen 5: Comparison of microbial electrolysis cells at set anode potentials with boosted potentials. Joo-Youn Nam 6: Anode Performance of Sediment Microbial Fuel Cell Depending on Electrode-Embedding Depth in Sediment. Junyeong An Session 2 Auditorium: Friesland Zorgverzekeraar Zaal, Moderator: Korneel Rabaey 4: Nitrobenzene Reduction to Aniline in a Bioelectrochemical Reactor with a Mixotrophic Biocathode. Ai-Jie Wang 5: Energy efficient phosphate recovery as struvite within a microbial electrolysis cell. Roland D. Cusick 6: High H2 production with Microbial Electrolysis Cells. Adriaan W. Jeremiasse : 2min pitch presentation posters (parallel: 2x25) Session 1 Auditorium: Friesland Bank Zaal, Moderator: Gert-Jan Euverink Session 2 Auditorium: Friesland Zorgverzekeraar Zaal, Moderator: David Strik : Reception at posters One course dinner at conference location

3 Tuesday 7th of June - 2nd day of the official program : Plenary KEYNOTE presentation Xia Huang in Friesland Bank Zaal : Plenary KEYNOTE presentation Yuri Gorby in Friesland Bank Zaal Presentations in parallel sessions (3 x 15 min) Session 1 Auditorium: Friesland Bank Zaal, Moderator: Xia Huang 1: Harvesting Electricity from the Organic Fraction of Municipal Solid Waste Using Microbial Fuel Cells. Joline El Chakhtoura 2: Evaluation of acclimation substrates for exoelectrogens in MFCs to apply for brewery wastewater treatment. Sunah Kim 3: Resource recovery from kitchen garbage by using microbial fuel cell. M. Azizul Moqsud Session 2 Auditorium: Friesland Zorgverzekeraar Zaal, Moderator: Yuri Gorby 1: In Situ Spectroelectrochemical Investigation of Electrocatalytic Microbial Biofilms by Surface- Enhanced Resonance Raman Spectroscopy. Diego Millo 2: In-Vivo Electrochemistry of Flavin-Mediated Extracellular Electron Transfer in Shewanella Biofilm. Akihiro Okamoto 3: Effect of oxygen intrusion on the anodic microbial communities in air-cathode MFCs. Noura Shehab : Coffee break (after 3 rd presentation) Presentations in parallel sessions (4 x 15 min) Session 1 Auditorium: Friesland Bank Zaal, Moderator: Xia Huang 4: MFC performance under adverse acidic flocculating conditions using ferric chloride. Jonathan Winfield 5: Effect of inoculum on Electro Active (EA) biofilms performances in pulp and paper process water. Stéphanie Ketep 6: Determination of optimal conditions for an air-cathode-mfc inoculated with garden compost. Diana Pocaznoi 7: Strategies to enable the cost effective treatment of waste water with an MFC. Sten (Sandy) Wallin Session 2 Auditorium: Friesland Zorgverzekeraar Zaal, Moderator: Yuri Gorby 4: Pseudomonas aeruginosa A model organism for understanding ecological networks in bioelectrochemical systems. Lars Angenent 5: Detailed characterization of the functional mechanisms of multiheme cytochromes from electrodephilic bacteria. Ricardo O. Louro 6: The bacterium s precious pathway of electron transfer: via bio-produced metal nanoparticles. Feng Zhao 7: Proteomic study on the mechanism of current production in Geobacter sulfureducens fuel cell. Kun Dong : Lunch : Plenary KEYNOTE presentation Derek Lovley in Friesland Bank Zaal : Plenary KEYNOTE presentation Byung Hong Kim in Friesland Bank Zaal : Presentations in parallel sessions (3 x 15 min) Session 1 Auditorium: Friesland Bank Zaal, Moderator: Derek Lovley 1: Shewanella oneidensis fuel cells. Kazuya Watanabe 2: Hydrogen Producing Microbial Communities of the Biocathode in a Microbial Electrolysis Cell. Elsemiek Croese 3: Rumen-Derived Inoculum Enhances Stable Power Production in Air-Cathode Microbial Fuel Cells. Ignacio T. Vargas

4 Session 2 Auditorium: Friesland Zorgverzekeraar Zaal, Moderator: Byung Hong Kim 1: Long Term Performance of Microbial Fuel Cells Using Activated Carbon Cathodes. Fang Zhang 2: Nylon Separator Characteristics in Air-cathode. Microbial Fuel Cells. Xiaoyuan Zhang 3: Long time trends of power generation in membraneless MFCs set with different anode/cathode materials (graphite or stainless steel). Pierangela Cristiani : Coffee break (after 3 rd presentation) : Presentations in parallel sessions (3 x 15 min) Session 1 Auditorium: Friesland Bank Zaal, Moderator: Derek Lovley 4: Cathodic hydrogen production by Geobacter sulfurreducens in a microbial electrolysis cell. Jeanine S. Geelhoed 5: Performance of temperature selected electrogenic biofilms in Microbial fuel cells: adaptation and stabilization, power and organic removal. Iain S. Michie 6: Comparison of bacterial rhizosphere communities from plant microbial fuel cells with different current production by 454 amplicon sequencing. M. Rothballer Session 2 Auditorium: Friesland Zorgverzekeraar Zaal, Moderator: Byung Hong Kim 4: Inexpensive Electrode Materials of Air-cathode Microbial Fuel Cells and the Design of Scaling up. Yujie Feng 5: Preparation of new membrane for microbial fuel cell to increase power generation. Abdul Halim Mohd Yusof 6: Effect of cathode structures on water diffusion, power generation and wastewater treatment in microbial fuel cell. C. Santoro : 2min pitch presentation posters (parallel: 2x25) Session 1 Auditorium: Friesland Bank Zaal, Moderator: Gert-Jan Euverink Session 2 Auditorium: Friesland Zorgverzekeraar Zaal, Moderator: David Strik : Reception at posters Dinner at historical location

5 Wednesday 8th of June - 3rd day of the official program : Plenary KEYNOTE presentation Willy Verstraete in Friesland Bank Zaal : Plenary KEYNOTE presentation Uwe Schröder in Friesland Bank Zaal : Presentations in parallel sessions (3 x 15 min) Session 1 Auditorium: Friesland Bank Zaal, Moderator: Willy Verstraete 1: Nitrous oxide removal in bioelectrochemical systems. Joachim Desloover 2: Enhancing microbial bioremediation of chlorinated hydrocarbons with electrodes serving as electron donors or acceptors. Federico Aulenta 3: A novel strategy for direct ammonium recovery from wastewater using a microbial fuel cell. P. Kuntke Session 2 Auditorium: Friesland Zorgverzekeraar Zaal, Moderator: Uwe Schröder 1: Three-Dimensional Microchanelled Electrodes In Flow-Through Configuration For Bioanode Formation And Current Generation. M. Luisa Ferrer 2: Diatrizoate removal from hospital wastewater using biogenic palladium catalysis in a microbial electrolysis cell. Tom Hennebel 3: Modified electrodes for more powerful MFCs. Matthieu Picot : Coffee break (after 3 rd presentation) : Presentations in parallel sessions (4 x 15 min) Session 1 Auditorium: Friesland Bank Zaal, Moderator: Willy Verstraete 4: Ground water Nitrate Removal by means of a Sediment Microbial Fuel Cell (SMFC) Using Biocathode. N. Afsham 5: Energy Production and Saving During Bioelectrochemical Desalination in an Microbial Desalination Cell. Kyle Jacobson 6: Improvement of MFC performance by carbon nanotubes-modified anodes. N. Thepsuparungsikul 7. Microbially catalyzed production of gaseous fuels in bioelectrochemical systems. Marianna Villano Session 2 Auditorium: Friesland Zorgverzekeraar Zaal, Moderator: Uwe Schröder 4: Using microorganisms to harvest electricity -Towards a self-regenerating enzymatic cathode. S. Sané 5: Voltammetric characterization of biofilms in microbial fuel cells. Paul Kavanagh 6: Carbon Nanofiber as a Novel Anode Material to Enhance the Performance of Microbial Fuel Cell (MFC). Udayarka Karra 7. Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy for identifying charge and mass transfer resistances of oxygen reducing biocathodes. A. Ter Heijne : Conference closure : Lunch Optional sailing on historical boat at additional costs

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