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30 Hall 4.0, Europa DONNERSTAG, 18. Juni Stand: 20. Februar 2015 Harmonie 1, CMF Harmonie 2, CMF Harmonie 3, CMF EU-Bioeconomy and HORIZON 2020 revisited: How far have we come since ACHEMA 2012?* Bioeconomy and HORIZON 2020: challenges and opportunities Welcome K. Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V. Renewable raw materials in the EU chemical industry J. Rothermel, Verband der Chemischen Industrie e.V. (VCI), Frankfurt/D Status quo of HORIZON 2020 (working title) N.N. PPPs for the Bioeconomy / The BBI joint initiative: connecting biobased value chains and networks in Europe M. Wubbolts, DSM Innovation Center, Geleen/NL, SPIRE – catalyst for cross-industry partnerships P. Nagler, Evonik Industries AG, Hanau/D, Bioeconomy in Germany (working title) C. Neumann, Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Berlin/D, Bioeconomy – a systemic approach to sustainability H. van Liempt, Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Berlin/D Bioeconomy Netherlands:”The Green Deal” J. van Esch, Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Hague/NL 13:00 Bioeconomy France (working title) C. Luguel, Association “Industries & Agro-Ressources” (IAR), Laon/F * Organised by DECHEMA e.V., The European Renewable Resources and Materials Association (ERRMA), Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe e.V. (FNR) and Verband der Chemischen Industrie e.V. (VCI) 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00 Pharmaceutical production Sterile manufacturing Automated washing principles and common mistakes O. Van Houtte, STERIS Canada Corporation, Quebec City/CDN; P. Lopolito, STERIS Corporation, Saint Louis, MO/USA A new pre-fi lled syringes integrated solution for automatic handling, transfer and transport nest-and-tubs J. Net, E. Lepot, STERISYS Sàrl, Weiswampach/L New concepts for the planning of liquid and lyophilized high potent fi ll & fi nish facilities H. Schaz, NNE Pharmaplan, Bad Homburg/D Clean rooms requirements for optimal decontamination with vaporized H2O2 G. Lauth, STERIS Deutschland GmbH, Köln/D Trends and innovations in sterile manufacturing A. Kunzelmann, io-consultants, Heidelberg/D Nanotechnology Ionic liquids as effective dispersants for easy- and safe-to-handle nanodispersions J. Wimberg, T.J.S. Schubert, B. Iliev, IOLITEC Ionic Liquids Technologies GmbH, Heilbronn/D Continuous production of polymeric nanoparticles in microfl uidic structures A. Eberhardt, D. Boskovic, S. Loebbecke, Fraunhofer ICT, Pfi nztal/D Microencapsulation and industrial applications for uniform controlled release particles T. Brandau, E. Brandau, BRACE GmbH, Karlstein/D RISE microscopy: Raman imaging meets scanning electron microscopy U. Schmidt, T. Dieing, A. Jauss, H. Fischer, J. Toporski, O. Hollricher, WITec GmbH, Ulm/D Comprehensive characterization of nanoparticles using fi eld-fl ow fractionation coupled with multi-angle light scattering and ICP-MS G. Heinzmann, F. Meier, T. Klein, Postnova Analytics GmbH, Landsberg/D EU-Bioeconomy and HORIZON 2020 revisited: How far have we come since ACHEMA 2012?* Sustainability Requirements along the bio-based value chain Opportunities and challenges of sustainable biomass for industrial, food and feed use M. Fleckenstein, WWF, Berlin/D Standardisation and public procurement (working title) A. Boenke, European Commission, Brussels/B Sustainabilty for bio-based products: Bio-based and biodegradable plastics (working title) What is the meaning of „bio-based“ for lubricants? M. Versari, Novamont GmbH, Eschborn/D, R. Luther, Fuchs Europe Schmierstoffe GmbH, Mannheim/D Sustainability for bio-based products – bio-based surfactants J. Tropsch, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D 16:45 Beyond the horizon – for a “European Industry Renaissance” Round table discussion Chair: C. Patermann Pannelists: M. Wubbolts, P. Nagler, A. Schütte, A. Bönke, C. Bastioli Nanotechnology Tailor-made particles: synthesis, properties and application A. Musyanovych, R. Sperling, M. Maskos, Fraunhofer ICT-IMM, Mainz/D Infl uences on structure of CNT-modifi ed PEEK during melt-spinning process T. Benczek, W. Steinmann, D. Pico, T. Gries, RWTH Aachen University/D High throughput strategies to improve the formulation and bioavailability of drug candidates J. Grace, Chemspeed Technologies UK Ltd., York/UK Production of nano particles by colloidal grinding T. Hanke, Retsch GmbH, Haan/D Nanotechnological applications and its potential benefi ts for the environment W. Dubbert, Federal Environment Agency (Umweltbundesamt), Dessau-Roßlau/D Pharmaceutical production Formulation technology Stability by microencapsulation – a novel formulation for long term preservation of probiotics T. Brandau, E. Brandau, BRACE GmbH, Karlstein/D Solving your sticking problems with Tableting Science R. Blanchard, I Holland Ltd, Nottingham/UK Dynamic freeze drying for bulk manufacture of sterile lyophilized microspheres – process and case study of industrial application B. Luy, M. Plitzko, Meridion Technologies GmbH, Muellheim/D Fast dissolving tablets – a new application trend of freeze casting in food and pharmaceutical industry P. Nguyen, J. Ulrich, University Halle-Wittenberg/D Continuous granulation and drying – modular concepts for R&D and production D. Leister, Thermo Fisher Scientifi c, Darmstadt/D 13:30 PLENARY LECTURE Chemical production for tomorrow´s challenges D. Van Meirvenne, Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Leverkusen/D


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