Revitalization of Corn Processing Facilities for the Future
The fermentation industry is exploding with new applications, technologies, and end products. All of the companies who are trying to leverage the power of fermentation need equipment capacity to manufacture their products. This fermentation capacity is currently quite limited in the United States. Meanwhile, many corn processing facilities across the country are being under-utilized.
The IBRL staff has seen this dilemma first-hand with many of our fermentation clients, and we have worked with IBRL Executive Director, Dr. Vijay Singh to leverage his long-standing Dry Grind Ethanol course to address the variety of ways these facilities can be repurposed to support this and other growing markets.
With speakers from IFF, Alto Ingredients, LanzaTech, FluidQuip Technologies, Black & Veatch and others, Dr. Singh and IBRL will offer a two-day course on "Revitalization of Corn Processing Facilities for the Future."
Early Bird Registration ends September 1, and spaces are limited, so Register Today!
WHAT: Revitalization of Corn Processing Facilities for the Future course
WHEN: October 5-6, 2022
WHERE: University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign's Integrated Bioprocessing Research Lab
For more information please visit: https://ibrl.aces.illinois.edu/revitalization-of-corn-course/