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25 Harmonie 4, CMF Harmonie 5, CMF Spektrum, CMF Hall 4.0, Europa http://kongress.achema.de (Das Programm wird laufend aktualisiert) MITTWOCH, 17. Juni 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00 Materials Powders, foams, composites Development of application tailored multi-scale sized powders P.J. Masset, M. Méry, C. Schmetterer, G. Wolf, Fraunhofer UMSICHT, Sulzbach-Rosenberg/D Plastics pelletizing technology – discover hidden effi ciency H. Mueller, F. Gloeckner, Automatik Plastics Machinery GmbH, Grossostheim/D Ceramic foams – multifunctional player in the world of cellular materials G. Standke, J. Adler, A. Fuessel, D. Boettge, Fraunhofer IKTS, Dresden/D Retrofi tting, protection and safety with micro reinforced ultra-high performance concrete S. Hauser, DUCON Europe GmbH & Co.KG, Mörfelden-Walldorf/D Ceramic composite material with carbon nanotubes fabricated by spark plasma sintering N. Fedosova, P. Faikov, N. Popova, E. Koltsova, E. Zharikov, D. Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Moscow/RUS Plant control Process automation and new software tools Plant asset management in the process industry – reality and future trends S. Gampp, Endress+Hauser Messtechnik GmbH+Co. KG, Weil am Rhein/D Chemical plant analytics – fi nd the fast track to increased profi ts & reduced process variability J. Honga, Metso Automation Oy, Pietarsaari/FIN; M. Martin, North American Chemical Company, Houston, TX/USA Issues and considerations in calculating economic and operating benefi ts from Point-of-Work implementations S. Ceasar, Apex Supply Chain Technologies GmbH, Rüsselsheim/D A new dawn in refi ning – how next generation software tools are adding unparalleled fl exibility to refi nery operations R. Calder, Schneider-Electric, Crawley/UK; H. Gulati, Schneider-Electric, Lake Forest, CA/USA Automatic control chart development to statistical analysis of an aspen plus dynamics model H. Bispo, N. Silva, Federal University of Campina Grande/BR International Powder and Nanotechnology Forum* Nano-bio technology and microreactor Synthesis and characterization of monodisperse nickel nanoparticles using a microreactor M. Miyahara, S. Watanabe, Kyoto University/J; M. Ito, S. Sago, Noritake Co. Ltd., Aichi/J Chemical and process-design intensifi cation and use for micro-fl ow particle synthesis V. Hessel, T. Noel, Q. Wang, Eindhoven University of Technology/NL Morphology control of Lithium ion battery electrode with nano materials by using continuous kneading process T. Fukui, KURIMOTO, Ltd., Osaka/J Chemical nanotechnologies: from molecules to functional nanostructures for energy and health applications S. Mathur, University of Cologne/D Nano and fi ne particles surface design for aggregation and dispersion behavior control in liquid to apply various functional material H. Kamiya, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Koganei/J; M. Iijima, Yokohama National University/J 13:00 Poster session International Powder and Nanotechnology Forum* Pharmaceutical technology Coupling biorelevant release testing with PBPK modelling to predict in vivo drug performance after oral administration J. Dressman, University of Frankfurt/D Cocrystal formation and thermal behaviors based on binary phase diagrams K. Terada, Toho University, Funabashi/J Novel pharmaceutical cocrystal consisting of paracetamol and trimethylglycine, a new promising cocrystal former T. Fukami, Meiji Pharmaceutical University, Tokyo/J; T. Suzuki, Nihon University, Chiba/J; K. Tomono, Nihon Univeristy, Chiba/J; C.-M. Lehr, Saarland University, Saarbrücken/D N.N. C.-M. Lehr, Saarland University, Saarbrücken/D Development of polymeric nanoparticle carrier for drug delivery system and design as solid dosage forms H. Yamamoto, C. Takahashi, N. Ogawa, Y. Kawashima, Aichi Gakuin University, Nagoya/J 17:30 Closing remarks Prof. Kawashima Mixing and separation Fluid-solid High-frequency fl ow reversal (HFFR) enables stable cross-fl ow microfi ltration with micro sieves F. Liebermann, MicroSieve Technologies GmbH, Feldmeilen/CH Protein purifi cation by Solvent Freeze Out (SFO) technology X. Yu, Universität Halle-Wittenberg/D; J. Wang, Tianjin University/CHN; J. Ulrich, Universität Halle-Wittenberg/D Dielectrophoresis – a promising technology for continuous particles fractionation F. Du, Y. Wang, G. Pesch, M. Baune, J. Thöming, University of Bremen/D A new device for coupling of calorimetric and volumetric equilibrium measurements C. Bläker, M. Luckas, C. Pasel, D. Bathen, University of Duisburg-Essen/D A new concept of melt layer crystallization for high viscous feed streams F.J. Eisenbart, J. Ulrich, University Halle-Wittenberg/D Materials Use of improved dual-laminate piping for caustic soda in the chemical industry E. Burggraf, R. Troschitz, STEULER-KCH GmbH, Siershahn/D CPVC piping systems in demanding industrial applications P. Kilburn, Lubrizol Advanced Materials Europe BVBA, Brussels/B Compatibility of metallic tank and polymeric sealing materials with biofuels M. Weltschev, R. Bäßler, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), Berlin/D Compatibility of materials and wall coatings for VHP decontamination G. Lauth, STERIS Deutschland GmbH, Köln/D 13:30 PANEL DISCUSSION Deutsche Energiewende – Zukunft oder Abseits? Moderation: F. Ausfelder, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D Teilnehmer: M. Brudermüller, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D; A. Zerres, Bundesnetzagentur, Bonn/D; N. Anger, European Commission, Brussels/B, J. Maćkowiak Pandera, Agora Energiewende, Berlin/D * Organized by the committee of IPNF 2015


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