Report Your Results

Use this online form to report publications and/or other products that have resulted from your activities at IBSS. Please also send an electronic copy of any new publications and information about any IBSS-related work to Jessica McCord at After review, information from this form will appear on the IBSS "Publications and Patents" page of our website. Remember, all publications and products resulting from IBSS activities should include appropriate acknowledgement of the IBSS grant; "The IBSS Partnership is supported by Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Competitive Grant no. 2011-68005-30410 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture."

As some events have similar names, please also indicate if this is a workshop, working group, tutorial, etc. EXAMPLE: Woody Crop Whistle Stop Tour
FORMAT: Sadhwani, N., Z. Liu, M.R. Eden, et al. 2013. Simulation, Analysis, and Assessment of CO2 Enhanced Biomass Gasification. Computer Aided Chemical Engineering 32:421-426.
(Include if work is published or in press)
Please include the DOI number if you reported a journal article above.
(FORMAT: Liu, Z., and M.R. Eden. 2014. Biorefinery Principles, analysis and design. In Sustainable Bioenergy Production, edited by L. Wang. Boca Raton, FL, USA: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.
FORMAT: Hamilton, Choo, C. Greer, M. Deleon, N. Labbe. (2013). Biomass Conversion. IBSS Annual Meeting. 25 September 2013. Knoxville, TN. Estimated audience size: 70.
(Indicate presenter(s), date, title, and venue).
FORMAT: Pannkuk EL, Risch T, Savary B, Gilmore D, Huss M. 2009. Fungal digestion of chiropteran integument. National Speleological Society. $5,800. Accepted. (Indicate investigators, year, title, sponsoring organization, amount and funding status.)
FORMAT: Ownley, B., S. Collins, and M. Dee. 2014. Effect of Fusarium species isolated from switchgrass plants and seeds on foliar disease and stand establishment, Joint meeting of the American Phytopathological Society and the Canadian Phytopathological Society, Minneapolis, MN, August 9-13. Estimated audience: 60. (Indicate date, location, title, organizer, and number of participants)
If a meeting or workshop was entered above, enter the attendance of that meeting or workshop here.
1) Herriott, David Lee. 2013. Thesis: Development of an automated planter for sweet potato slips. Auburn University.
2) Paper Science and Engineering (PSE) 476. Environmental Life Cycle Assessment. Fall 2012. North Carolina State University. Instructors: Richard A. Venditti, Ph.D.; Jesse S. Daystar; Carter W. Reeb. (List theses or dissertations, new courses, course materials or training workshops, including name, data, title)
FORMAT: Kirchner, K. 2009. ELO: An application for converting between data formats. (Please provide a brief description and provide IBSS with a copy where appropriate)
FORMAT: Brown, R.H. 2014. Video: MSU Bioenergy Field Tour. WCBI-TV; Posted in Business, Finance, Local News. September 30, 2014. Available at (Include articles in newspapers, popular magazines, radio and video coverage, and online publicity)
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