Biomass and Biofuels
Aim & scope
In the field of biomass and biofuels, we believe that comprehensive book volumes can effectively address the pressing challenges and needs of researchers, students, and industry practitioners. These volumes should bridge the gap between academic knowledge and practical industry expertise. By doing so, they provide valuable benefits, such as helping academics understand the real-world implications of their research, identifying industry limitations, and fostering collaboration between academia and industry.
To achieve this, it is crucial to involve both prominent academics and industrial experts in the creation of these volumes. While many existing books primarily feature academic contributions, our goal is to combine academic insights with practical industrial experience. These volumes will cover essential topics, including economic considerations, real-world design, sustainability, compliance with regulations, and cutting-edge research results.
The Book Series on Biomass and Biofuels aims to serve as a reference for students and young researchers, offering practical insights into biofuels production and usage. Additionally, it provides a valuable resource for industry professionals, helping them stay updated with the latest research findings applicable to industrial-scale operations.
In summary, the objective of the series editors is to create a bridge between academia and industry in the biomass and biofuels field through concise and impactful book volumes that advance knowledge and facilitate collaboration.
The Biomass and Biofuels book series actively supports diversity in our author, editor, and contributor teams, and recognises the need for appropriate, inclusive, and diverse representation within our books.
If you are interested in publishing a book in the series, please contact:
Dr. Peter Adamson, Senior Acquisitions Editor for Renewable Energy [email protected](opens in new tab/window)
This series is designed to cater to the diverse needs of stakeholders within the field of biomass and biofuels, encompassing students, researchers, industry experts, and professionals engaged in supporting industries.