8–11 September 2020, Feng Chia University, Taiwan
International Conference on Biohydrogen and Bioprocesses (ABBS 2020)

The ABBS Symposium was organized by The Asia BioHyLinks (ABHL) annually around the Asia: Taichung (Taiwan, 2006), Daejeon (Korea,2007), Harbin (China, 2008), Khon Kaen (Thailand, 2009), Taichung (Taiwan, 2010), Bogor (Indonesia, 2011), Chongqing (China, 2012), Osaka (Japan, 2013), Melaka (Malaysia, 2014), Kenting (Taiwan, 2015), Jeju (Korea, 2016), Khon Kaen (Thailand, 2017), Henan (China, 2018) and Hanoi (Viet Nam, 2019). ABBS has become the most important conference in the Asian region and even the global biohydrogen technology field. It has made outstanding contributions to the promotion of Asia biohydrogen technology and support by the representatives from all over the world for the past 14 years.

In 2020, the ABBS Symposium will promote to worldwide conference as ABBS-International Conference on Biohydrogen and Bioprocesses (ABBS 2020). ABBS 2020 organized by World BioHyLinks (WBHL), International Association for Hydrogen Energy Biohydrogen Division (IAHE-Biohydrogen Division) and APEC Research Center for Advanced Biohydrogen Technology (APEC ACABT), which will be held on September 8th-11th at Taichung, Taiwan.

This conference aims to share the knowledges and practices and motivate discussion to enhance the exchange views for advancing technologies in Biohydrogen and Bioprocesses.


  1. Bioenergy
    • Biohydrogen and biohythane
    • Biogas and gas upgrading
    • Microbial electrical cells
    • Bioelectro-chemical system
    • Biomass and biofuels
  2. Bioprocesses
    • Waste-to-energy
    • Biorefinery and Bioprocess
  3. Energy management system
    • Green Synergy
    • Energy storage
    • Intelligent grids
    • Intelligent green buildings
  4. New and renewable energy
    • Green Hydrogen
    • Power to Gas
  5. Socio-economy, environment and policy
    • Energy awareness
    • Economical appraisal
    • Energy conservation
    • Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
    • Circular economy
    • Energy policy
    • Hydrogen economy

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