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12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 18 TUESDAY, 16 June as of 20 February 2015 10:30 PANEL DISCUSSION Bioökonomie in der Shale-Gas-Falle? Chairman: K. Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D Panellists: G.K. Kalkoffen, ExxonMobil Central Europe Holding GmbH, Hamburg/D, W. Büchele, Linde AG, Munich/D, E. Weinberg, Commerzbank AG, Frankfurt/D, H. Zinke, BRAIN AG, Zwingenberg/D Harmonie 2, CMF Harmonie 3, CMF Hall 4.0, Europa Harmonie 1, CMF BiobasedWorld – Biorefi nery platforms Biorefi nery concepts Cascaded valorization of food waste using bioconversions as core processes L. Garcia-Gonzalez, S. Bijttebier, S. Voorspoels, M. Uyttebroek, K. Elst, W. Dejonghe, Y. Satyawali, D. Pant, K. Vanbroekhoven, H. De Wever, VITO, Mol/B From lab to commercial – process scale-up at Fraunhofer CBP T. Elter, G. Unkelbach, Fraunhofer CBP, Leuna/D; Th. Hirth, Fraunhofer IGB, Stuttgart/D The bio-economy as a regional, cross-sector approach – the concept, objective and structure behind the BioEconomy Cluster in Central Germany R. Busch, BioEconomy Clustermanagement GmbH, Halle/D Study of the bio-based industry in Europe L. Nattrass, E4tech, London/UK Bio Base Europe Pilot Plant: an instrument for start-ups and SMEs to bridge the gap between laboratory research and industrial production H. Waegeman, Bio Base Europe Pilot Plant, Gent/B BiobasedWorld – Biorefi nery platforms Feedstocks and building blocks Bioethanol production from Jerusalem Artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus L.) S. Gross-Selbeck, Vogelbusch Biocommodities GmbH, Vienna/A Valorisation of bamboo towards the production of levulinic acid and sugars L. Appels, N. Sweygers, R. Dewil, KU Leuven Sint-Katelijne-Waver/B Valorization of exhaust CO2 to chemicals and fuels using bioconversions as core processes L. Garcia-Gonzalez, S. Bjaracharya, S. Mozumder, S. Srikanth, M. Kunda, D. Pant, H. De Wever, VITO, Mol/B New biobased building blocks contributing to added functionality in sustainability-improved plastics S. De Wildeman, Maastricht University, Geleen/NL Industrial water management Industrial water management and reuse LIFE WaterReuse: improving water management effi ciency at industries with organic load P. Trinidad, P. Muñoz, Destilerías Muñoz Gálvez, S.A., Murcia/E; J. Aguirre, M. Susarte, M. Octavio, Destilerías Muñoz Gálvez, S.A, Murcia/E Meeting the challenges: membrane processes for water recovery from oily and PVC wastewater F. Lipnizki, A. Dupuy, Alfa Laval, Nakskov/DK Zero liquid discharge – „The ultimate challenge“ S. Verma, A. Doets, Fluor, Haarlem/NL V-MEMD technology: vacuum multiple effect membrane distillation: innovative design and method for challenging applications H. Müller-Holst, memsys GmbH, Grafi ng/D; G. Lange, memsys clearwater, Singapore/SGP Case study for a BOT project M. Brunner, EnviroChemie GmbH, Rossdorf/D Industrial water management Energy effi ciency in industrial water management Strategies for energy optimization in WWTP by use of online respiration measurements W. Arts, J. Dylla, LAR Process Analysers AG, Berlin/D New techniques for urban and industrial wastewater systems optimisation M. Matzopoulos, Process Systems Enterprise Ltd, London/UK; N. Descoins, L. Salgueiro, BlueWatt Engineering, Lausanne/CH Continuous Thermal Hydrolysis Process (cTHP); Novel technology results in more biogas J. Pereboom, L. Van Dijk, A. Hol, Sustec Consulting & Contracting, Wageningen/NL Boost effi ciency in dewatering industrial organic sludge – innovative separation technology based on hydrothermal carbonization T. Wittmann, SunCoal Industries GmbH, Ludwigsfelde/D Energy effi ciency by high temperature heat pumps in the process industry K. Ochsner, Ochsner Wärmepumpen GmbH, Haag/A Energy-effi cient chemical multiphase processes* The Energy Alliance Energy Effi cient Multiphase Chemical Processes – Research for effi cient chemical processes U. Hampel, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf/D Structured chemical reactors: experimental analysis and simulation B. Dietrich, S. Meinicke, X. Cai, M. Wörner, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology/D Contributions of micro process engineering for optimization of heterogeneously catalyzed multiphase processes P. Pfeifer, M. Cholewa, A. Kölbl, M. Kraut, R. Dittmeyer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/D Periodic cellular metallic structures & porous ceramic foams – novel structures and manufacturing processes for catalysts and reactors A. Inayat, M. Klumpp, H. Freund, W. Schwieger, Universität Erlangen- Nürnberg, Erlangen/D; U. Petasch, J. Adler, Fraunhofer IKTS, Dresden/D; D.T. Semu, TU Dresden/D; A. Michaeilis, Fraunhofer IKTS, Dresden/D On the potential to enhance the effi ciency of oxidation processes – the partial oxidation of isobutane H. Kryk, T. Willms, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf/D; G. Rinke, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/D Recent developments for bubble column reactors** Multi-scale modelling of dense bubbly fl ows J.A.M. Kuipers, TU Eindhoven/NL Progress in designing industrial bubble columns G. Skillas, Evonik Industries AG, Hanau/D; M. Becker, Evonik Industries AG, Marl/D Large scale bubble columns in waste water treatment W. Rand, M. Rosner, Xylem Services GmbH, Herford/D Modeling of bubble column reactors – progress and challenges M. Grünewald, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D Improved design and scale up of bubble column reactors by selected laboratory experiments M. Schlüter, M. Bothe, S. Rüttinger, M. Hoffmann, Hamburg University of Technology/D * Organized by Helmholtz Energy Alliance „Energy-Effi cient Multiphase Processes“ ** Organized by „Campus Blasensäulen“ (M. Schlüter, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D; M. Grünewald, Ruhr-Universität Bochum) 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00


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