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Advances in Sugar Crop Processing and Conversion (ASCPC) will focus on sugar products and technologies that have specific applications in sugar and specialty chemical manufacturing markets.

 

The conference objective is to exchange information on new sugar crop commodities, process development, and conversion technologies, as well as to promote the use of sugar crops (sugarcane, sweet sorghum, and sugar/energy beet) as a sustainable renewable resource for processing and conversion into food, energy, and chemicals.

 

"ASCPC" covers a diverse range of research areas:

  • Sugarcane | Sweet Sorghum | Sugar/Energy Beets
  • Processing | Conversion | Analysis
  • Industrial Sugar Production
  • Bio-production of Fuels and Chemicals
  • Economics and Industrial Policy
  • New Technologies
  • Feedstock Supply, Quality, and Storage
  • Microbial Contamination Control and Management
  • Industrial Troubleshooting /Manufacturing Concerns
  • Quality Assurance for Consumer End-Goals
  • Sugar Crop Payment Systems

 

The goal of this conference is to improve the quality and use of agricultural sugar commodities and the sustainability of these industries by providing a platform for stakeholders and industry leaders to liaise directly with USDA-ARS and other technical leaders, and to report research and recent developments that benefit the sugarcane, sweet sorghum, sugar beet, and energy beets industries.

 

Registration Information Coming Soon

Call for abstracts for posters and oral presentations coming soon.

Peer-reviewed Proceedings

Best Oral and Poster Awards!

 


Last Modified: 4/24/2017
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