The U.S. Department of Energy's Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) hosted its 2023 Project Peer Review on April 3‒7, 2023. The presentations from the Performance-Advantaged Bioproducts, Bioprocessing Separations session are available to view below. For more information, including a complete schedule, view the 2023 Project Peer Review Agenda.

Performance-Advantaged Bioproducts, Bioprocessing Separations




Technology Area Daily Intro

Coralie Backlund


Overview, Project Management and Integration, & DEI

Lauren Valentino

Bioprocessing Separations Consortium

R&D-Guiding TEA and LCA

Jian Liu / Thathiana Benavides

Bioprocessing Separations Consortium

Adsorption Based ISPR for ABF products

Gregg Beckham

Bioprocessing Separations Consortium

Volatile Products Recovery

Phil Laible

Bioprocessing Separations Consortium

Diol Separations

Ramesh Bhave

Bioprocessing Separations Consortium

Enabling SAF production by Adsorptive Denitrogenation (ADN)

Miki Santosa

Bioprocessing Separations Consortium

Computational Studies Supporting Experimental Designs

Difan Zhang

Bioprocessing Separations Consortium

Co-optimization of Scalable Membrane Separation Processes and Materials

Meltem Urgun-Demirtas

Bioprocessing Separations Consortium

Electrochemical Separation Technologies to Extract Intermediate Organic Compounds

Yupo Lin

Bioprocessing Separations Consortium

Continuous Counter Current Chromatography

Gregg Beckham

Bioprocessing Separations Consortium

High Solids In Situ Product Recovery; The Next Generation of Arrested Anaerobic Digestion Technology

 Xumeng Ge

Quasar Energy Group, LLC

Continuous Biobutanol Fermentation Integrated with Membrane Solvent Extraction

Jesse McVay

Archer Daniels Midland, Co. (ADM)

Enabling Lignin Valorization with Liquid Liquid Chromatography

Eric Gottlieb

Lignolix, Inc

Physical Property Data and Models in Support of Bioprocessing Separation Technologies for Organic Acids Separation

Ignasi Palou-Rivera

RAPID Manufacturing Institute

Inverse biopolymer design through machine learning and molecular simulation

 Brandon Knott

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Synthesis and Analysis of Performance-Advantaged Bioproducts

Gregg Beckham

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Identifying Performance Advantaged Biobased Chemicals Utilizing Bioprivileged Molecules

Brent Shanks

Iowa State University

Upcycling of CFRP Waste: Viable Eco-friendly Chemical Recycling and Manufacturing of Novel Repairable and Recyclable Composites

Jinwen Zhang

Washington State University

Bioconversion of Heterogeneous Polyester Wastes to High-Value Chemical Products

Margaret Sobkowicz-Klein

UMass Lowell

Design and development of bio-advantaged vitrimers as closed-loop bioproducts

Jay Keasling

University of California, Berkeley