Vita Tilvikienė

Dr. Vita Tilvikienė is a Chief Researcher in Agrobiology Laboratory and Deputy Director for Research at the Institute of Agriculture, Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry since 2021. A doctor in Agricultural sciences over 13 years and an experienced researcher with over 30 publications and over 5 PhD students. A member of Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops, EIP-AGRI focus group “Sustainable Industrial Crops in Europe”, member of the working group “Sustainable Agriculture” of the EU technological platform “Plants for the future” and European Plant Science Organization, EPSO. A participant and coordinator in various national and international projects: “BAPR – Baltic Phytoremediation – BAPR”, “A thematic network to design the penetration path of non-food agricultural crops into European agriculture”, “Balancing bioenergy and ecosystems services in the Baltic Sea Region”, „Effects of bioenergy production from forests and agriculture on ecosystem services in Nordic and Baltic landscapes“, “Optimizing pathways and market systems for enhanced competitiveness of sustainable bioenergy and technologies in Europe”, “Baltic forum for innovation technologies for sustainable manure management”, “Promoting the uptake of gaseous vehicle fuels, biogas and natural gas in Europe“, “The Baltic Sea region bioenergy promotion project”, “Management of greenhouse gas emissions by changing nitrogen flows in the agro-system”, “Evaluation and preparation of fibre hemp products as organic carbon accumulators in long-term products and soil for their application according to IPCC methodology in GHG inventory”, “Production of alternative biomass sources (including alternative protein production sources and technologies) in primary agriculture: technological solutions, their use for bio-economy development purposes – energy, feed, food”, “Evaluation of efficiency and viability of different agricultural technologies from the economic, energy and environmental point of view”, “The use of digestate for the fertilization of agricultural crops”, “The inventory of greenhouse gas emissions in crop production”, “Evaluation of biomass chemical composition and convention of Artemisia dubia”, “Cereals and other resources use for sustainable agricultural farming system“, “Innovative cup plant growing technologies enriching local protein feed and biological soil nitrogen”, “Scientific validation of C3 and C4 herbaceous plants’ multi-functionality for innovative technologies: phyto-raw materials’ bio-products’ environmental effects”, “Plant biomass energy value enhancement by biotechnology methods”.

Title of presentation: The use of agrobiomass for bioenergy – opportunities and challenges

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  • Title of presentation: The use of agrobiomass for bioenergy - opportunities and challenges