Sequential extraction of microalgae biomass grown in pig manure wastewater treatment: a step further towards a bio-refinery into added-value products

Judit Martin

university of Valladolid

Judit Martín studied Chemical Engineering at University of Valladolid (Spain) and performed her final research project in the Department of Biocatalysis at Technical University of Hamburg (Germany). She joined to Environmental and Technology Group in the University of Valladolid as PhD student in 2014. Her work focuses on valorization of agro-food waste generating bio-energy and bio-products in processes with microalgae. She has collaborated as visiting researcher with groups from University of Wageningen (The Netherlands) and University of Novi Sad (Serbia).


The valorisation of residual biomass into a variety of bio-based products and bio-energy is a highly renowned concept defined as bio-refinery. The first bio-refineries focused precisely on low-added value. However, the... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Judit Martin (university of Valladolid)
  2. Jelena Vladic (University of Novi Sad)
  3. Silvia Bolado (university of Valladolid)
  4. Senka Vidovic (University of Novi Sad)

Topic Areas

Bioenergy and biofuels , Biomass conversion technologies


OS2a-R207 » Bioenergy and biomass conversion technologies (16:10 - Thursday, 26th April, Room 207)

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