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28 MITTWOCH, 17. Juni Stand: 20. Februar 2015 Illusion 3, CMF Consens, Hall 4.C Dimension, Hall 4.2 Hall 4.0, Europa 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 NANORA 14:30 Welcome Representative from the state of Hessen and C. Tokamanis, European Commission, Brussels/B NANORA, the Nano Regions Alliance, is dedicated to making life easier for European companies in the fi eld of nanotechnology, helping them to get solutions to the market and to fi nd the right ones for their own business. This Session will showcase the results of two years of NANORA support activities, share success stories and provide an outlook on future Alliance activities. Companies will learn about the many ways in which NANORA can support them, e.g., through matchmaking activities based on a unique transnational database of nano players, advice on suitable funding opportunities, and the organization of joint trade missions to exciting nanotechnology markets. Companies can also use the opportunity to hook up with organizations that have already been supported by NANORA, get to know the NANORA team and liaise with high-profi le European business and policy contacts. The complete programme will be available at www.achema.de/congressplanner Nickel alloys, titanium and zirconium in the chemical process industry Fabrication experience with nickel alloys and reactive metals W. Hofmann, ASE Apparatebau GmbH, Chemnitz/D Nickel alloys and Titanium clad plates for chemical and petrochemical applications S. Pauly, Nobelclad Europe, Rivesaltes/F Industrial grade zirconium for chemical process industry C. Palmer, P. Witt, Sandvik Materials Technology, Sandviken/S; H. Alves, VDM Metals GmbH, Werdohl/D New experiences with welding and fabrication of nickel alloys M. Wolf, VDM Metals GmbH, Altena/D New challenges in use of well-known nickel alloys in CPI related to global sourcing strategies in developing markets K. Schweier, B. Lorsbach, Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Leverkusen/D Process safety vision 20/20* Committed culture C. Cowley, Cowley Associates, Leigh/UK Vibrant management systems N.N., CCPS, New York, NY/USA Disciplined adherence to standards N.N., AIChE, New York, NY/USA Intentional competency development N.N., AIChE, New York, NY/USA Enhanced application of lessons learned N.N., AIChE, New York, NY/USA Integrierte Roadmap „Industrielle Biotechnologie“ Tandemvortrag Vorstellung der Integrierten Roadmap „Industrielle Biotechnologie“ M. Winzenick, Zentralverband Elektrotechnik- und Elektronikindustrie (ZVEI) e.V., Frankfurt/D; S. Behrendt, Institut für Zukunftsstudien und Technologie bewertung gGmbH (IZT), Berlin/D Firmen-Statements zur Roadmap von: T. Böhland, Evonik Industries AG, Hanau/D K. Köhler, Endress + Hauser Messtechnik GmbH & Co.KG, Weil am Rhein/D U. Vogel, Samson AG, Frankfurt/D N.N. Siemens AG Nickel alloys, titanium and zirconium in the chemical process industry* New chemical processes; a challenge for material selection K. Schütze, Evonik Industries AG, Hanau/D Nickel alloys in chemical processes at DSM – Practical examples T. Wellauer, DSM Nutritional Products AG, Sisseln/CH Suitability of nickel alloys and titanium for applications in acids at 200 °C R. Bäßler, BAM – Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Berlin/D; C. Schmidt, VDM Metals GmbH, Altena/D; H. Alves, VDM Metals GmbH, Werdohl/D Properties of two new corrosion resistant nickel-alloys R. Behrens, VDM Metals GmbH, Altena/D Performance of high alloyed steels and nickel alloys under highly sour conditions in the presence of elemental sulfur G. Schmitt, IFINKOR – Institute for Maintenance and Corrosion Protection Technologies n.f.p.-Ltd., Iserlohn/D Safety Human and organizational factors Raising the bar on process safety A. Zwaan, Fluor, Haarlem/NL Implementation of a Process Safety Excellence (PSE) program at various sites of an international chemical company R. Kauer, TÜV SÜD Industrie Service GmbH, München/D; M. Brey, Kienbaum Management Consultants, Düsseldorf/D Achieving process safety by supporting plant personnel in emergency situations U. Fischbach, Arbeitsschutz, Umweltschutz und Anlagensicherheit, Oberwil/CH Building an effective process safety culture F. Coumans, BST, Leuven/B The impact of the operator on plant safety G. Fernholz, Schneider Electric, Neuss/D * Organised by Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) * Organised by VDM Metals GmbH 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00


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