GENERAL BRDI TOPICS

These videos are a part of the series, Developing a Sustainable Biomass Production System, a collection of short videos detailing the various aspects of research in the Biomass Research and Development Initiative (BRDI) at Oklahoma State University.


BIOMASS HARVEST DATES
Mike Buser discusses harvests dates of July, October, December and February to provide a year-round supply for biomass production. This research is part of the Biomass Research and Development Initiative (BRDI) at Oklahoma State University. Mike Buser is an Associate Professor and Bioenergy Machinery Engineer leading the logistics research for this project from OSU’s Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering.


BRDI PROJECT PARTNERS
This video includes information about those partnering with the OSU BRDI researchers on this project. The partners include The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Idaho National Laboratory, AGCO Industries, and Stinger, Inc. The Principal Investigator for this BRDI project is Ray Huhnke, Director of OSU’s Biobased Products and Energy Center. Huhnke is the Director for the OSU Biobased Products and Energy Center and a Professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering.


BRDI RESEARCH LOCATIONS AND PROJECTS
During this video, Mike Buser discusses the research field locations and projects that are a part of the Biomass Research and Development Initiative (BRDI) at Oklahoma State University. Mike Buser is an Associate Professor and Bioenergy Machinery Engineer leading the logistics research for this project from OSU’s Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering.


BRDI RESEARCH PROGRAM
This video includes a general overview of OSU’s Biomass Research and Development Initiative (BRDI). The Principal Investigator for this BRDI project is Ray Huhnke, Director of OSU’s Biobased Products and Energy Center. Huhnke is the Director for the OSU Biobased Products and Energy Center and a Professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering.


BRINGING BIOREFINERIES TO OKLAHOMA
This video includes information about the need to bring biorefineries to Oklahoma. Research findings from the OSU BRDI project will provide biorefineries the information they need about the potential to grow Oklahoma’s bioenergy industry. The Principal Investigator for this BRDI project is Ray, Director of OSU’s Biobased Products and Energy Center. Huhnke is the Director for the OSU Biobased Products and Energy Center and a Professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering.


SORGHUM RESEARCH OVERVIEW
During this video, Mike Buser discusses the harvest periods, research purposes and locations for the sorghum being grown for the Biomass Research and Development Initiative at Oklahoma State University. Mike Buser is an Associate Professor and Bioenergy Machinery Engineer leading the logistics research for this project from OSU’s Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering.


SWITCHGRASS RESEARCH AT OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY AND SAMUEL ROBERTS NOBLE FOUNDATION
During this video, Ray Huhnke discusses the research partnership among Oklahoma State University and the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation to develop further information about producing and using switchgrass in Oklahoma. The Principal Investigator for this BRDI project is Ray Huhnke, Director of OSU’s Biobased Products and Energy Center. Huhnke is the Director for the OSU Biobased Products and Energy Center and a Professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering.


WHAT ARE BIOENERGY FEEDSTOCKS?
This video includes information about bioenergy feedstocks and research goals in this area. The Principal Investigator for this BRDI project is Raymond Huhnke, Director of OSU’s Biobased Products and Energy Center. Huhnke is the Director for the OSU Biobased Products and Energy Center and a Professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering.


WHY IS CELLULOSIC BIOFUELS RESEARCH IMPORTANT?
This video includes information about why cellulosic biofuels research is important. The Principal Investigator for this BRDI project is Ray Huhnke, Director of OSU’s Biobased Products and Energy Center. Huhnke is the Director for the OSU Biobased Products and Energy Center and a Professor in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering.

 


These videos are a part of the series, Developing a Sustainable Biomass Production System, a collection of short videos detailing the various aspects of research in the Biomass Research and Development Initiative at Oklahoma State University.

Videos are coordinated by Ray Huhnke and Amanda Erichsen, OSU Biobased Products and Energy Center. Video production was conducted by Craig Woods, OSU Agricultural Communication Services.

Funding is provided by the USDA-NIFA, US DOE Biomass Research and Development Initiative, Grant No. 2009-10006-06070. Title: Sustainable Feedstock Production Supply Systems to Support Cellulosic Biorefinery Industries.