EU-US Partners

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Participating American Universities

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Participating European Universities

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Contact information

University of Arkansas

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Dr. Andrew Proctor
Department of Food Science
University of Arkansas
2650 North Young Avenue
Fayetteville, AR 72704
E-mail: aproctor@uark.edu
Phone: 479-575-2980
Fax: 479-575-6936

DeDe Long
Director
Office of Study Abroad and International Exchange
University of Arkansas
722 W. Maple St.
Fayetteville, AR 72701
E-mail: dslong@uark.edu
Phone: 479-575-7582
Fax: 479-575-7402

Kansas State University

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Dr Ron Madl
Bioprocessing and industrial value added program,
Co director of Center for Sustainable energy
1980 Kimball Avenue
101 BIVAP Building
Manhattan, KS 66506-7100
Phone: 1-785-532-7022
Fax: 1-785-532-7193
E-mail: rmadl@k-state.edu

Iowa State University

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Dr. Lawrence Johnson
Center for Crop Utilization Research
ljohnson@iastate.edu

Dr. Raj Raman
rajraman@iastate.edu

Ghent University (Belgium)

Ghent University is an integral part of the complex network of European universities and is involved in many international projects in the areas of research and education. Several of the University's labs are working at the cutting edge in fields like genetics, biotechnology and physical land resources.

The University has an emphasis on the use of carbohydrate, lipids and clean technology. Many courses are offered in English, including those in the programs of Physical Land Resources, Environmental Sanitation, and Food Technology.

Koen Dewettinck, Professor
Department of Food Safety and Food Quality
Ghent University
Coupure Links 653
B-9000 Gent, Belgium
E-mail: Koen.Dewettinck@UGent.be
Phone: +32 (0)9 264 61 65
Fax: +32 (0)9 264 62 18
Website

Roland Verhe, Professor
Faculty of Bioscience Engineering
E-mail: Roland.Verhe@UGent.be
Website

Karl Franzens University (Graz, Austria)

The University of Graz ranks as one of Austria's principal intellectual institutions. It is characterized by an international spirit, a creative atmosphere and supreme academic achievements. The individual faculties have special profiles that are reflected in their curricula. The University also encourages interdisciplinary studies.

The University has extended educational and research programs in renewable resources dealing with carbohydrates and biodiesel, life cycle analysis of bioresources and green refinery. Courses at the University of Graz are taught in German.

Anton Huber, Associate Professor
Institute of Chemistry
E-mail: anton.huber@uni-graz.at
Phone: +43 316 380 5419
Website

National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse (France)

The Laboratory of Agro Industrial Chemistry at Toulouse Polytechnic University is in ENSIACET, the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering at the University. It is a major institution using biorenewable agricultural products to develop new industrial materials and to extract valuable chemical for commercial use. The University has educational and research programs in renewable resources chemistry and engineering dealing with biomass utilization and extraction by green refining.

Laboratory of Agro-Industrial Chemistry brochure (PDF)

Carlos Vaca-Garcia, Associate Professor
National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse
E-mail: carlos.vacagarcia@ensiacet.fr
Phone: +33 5 62 88 57 19
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