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12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 20 Hall 4.0, Europa 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 Conclusio 2, CMF Fantasie 1, CMF Fantasie 2, CMF Managing corrosion with fl uoropolymers* Improved sealability and reduced maintenance costs at chemical plants with ePTFE gaskets G. Staerke, W.L. Gore & Associates GmbH, Putzbrunn/D Cost reduction with fl uorothermoplastics in sulfuric acid applications G. Bueche, Quadrant EPP AG, Lenzburg/CH Fluoropolymers lining as corrosion barrier for vessels L.A. Stamm, Plasticon Germany GmbH, Dinslaken/D Energy effi ciency, environmental protection, plant availability – proven technology for fl ue gas applications F. Meng, Wallstein Thermal Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd., Beijing/CHN Environmental improvement of waste incinerators in Asia with ePTFE fi lter bags O. Petzoldt, W.L. Gore & Associates GmbH, Putzbrunn/D Managing corrosion with fl uoropolymers* Universal multilayer hoses made with conductive Tefl on® PTFE inner liner A. Aehle, ELAFLEX- Gummi Ehlers GmbH, Hamburg/D Failure analysis and solutions F. Hingott, TÜV SÜD Chemie Service GmbH, Frankfurt/D Surface technologies with fl uoropolymers – selection and application K. Fischer, Impreglon SE, Lüneburg/D Chemical asset protection: fl uoroplastic coatings lead the way J. Hofmans, Chemours Belgium BVBA, Kallo/B; P. Huesmann, Chemours, Wilmington, DE/USA A new class of perfl uoroplastic provides design options for ultrahigh temperature and extremely harsh environments J. Driebeek, Chemours International Operations Switzerland Sàrl, Le Grand Saconnex/CH Exchange of testing labs Automated liquid handling Current state of automated liquid handling systems and applications D. Freystadt, Gilson S.A.S., Villiers le Bel/F New technologies in automated liquid handling N. Spindler, TECAN Group Ltd., Männedorf/CH Recent global developments in volumetric performance assessment G. Rodrigues, ARTEL, Westbrook, ME/USA Non-contact liquid handling P. Koltay, University of Freiburg and BioFluidix GmbH, Freiburg/D Closing round: unmet needs – audience questions and prepared topics D. Freystadt, Gilson S.A.S., Villiers le Bel/F; N. Spindler, TECAN Group Ltd., Männedorf/CH; G. Rodrigues, ARTEL, Westbrook, ME/USA; P. Koltay, University of Freiburg and BioFluidix GmbH, Freiburg/D Progress in laboratory techniques High-sensitivity analytical techniques for process characterization and monitoring: versatile instruments for label-free protein analysis in downstream bioprocessing H. Wünsche, Pall Life Sciences, Dreieich/D Multi-angle light scattering goes micro: coupling MALS to UHPLC M. Chen, A. Berges, S. Kenrick, Wyatt Technology Corp., Santa Barbara, CA/USA; D. Roessner, Wyatt Technology Europe, Dernbach/D Comparison of polymer separation by size exclusion chromatography and asymmetric fl ow fi eld fl ow fractionation S. Podzimek, University of Pardubice/CZ; C. Johann, D. Roessner, Wyatt Technology Europe, Dernbach/D The use of antimony electrodes for the pH-measurement in abrasive and other ambitious matrices M. Decker, Kurt-Schwabe-Institut für Mess- und Sensortechnik e.V. Meinsberg, Waldheim/D; S. Bause, University of Applied Sciences, Mittweida/D; W. Vonau, M. Berthold, F. Gerlach, P. Teichmann, Kurt-Schwabe-Institut für Mess- und Sensortechnik e.V. Meinsberg, Waldheim/D X-ray based concentration profi ling to analyse stability and consolidation of both transparent and highly opaque dispersions A. Zierau, D. Kavianpour, T. Sobisch, D. Lerche, LUM GmbH, Berlin/D Recovery of value from secondary raw materials* Improving the recycling of technology metals C. Hagelüken, Umicore & Co. KG, Hanau – Wolfgang/D Extraction of critical metals H. Bart, S. Willersinn, University of Kaiserslautern/D Leaching – enrichment – separation: technologies for the recycling of metallic resources T. Schiestel, Fraunhofer IGB, Stuttgart/D Recycling of fi bre-compound materials R. Stauber, Fraunhofer Project Group Materials Recycling and Resource Strategies IWKS, Alzenau/D The fi nal solution to phosphate-recycling? P. Fröhlich, V.G. Greb, M. Bertau, TU Bergakademie Freiberg/D Solids processing T+ process for vacuole free pellets S. Deiss, F. Glöckner, R.-K. Mürb, M. Nieder, Automatik Plastics Machinery, Grossostheim/D The use of a shallow fl uidized bed as heat exchanger of a Stirling engine H.L. Zhang, J. Degrève, KU Leuven, Heverlee/B; J. Baeyens, University of Warwick, Coventry/UK; R. Dewil, KU Leuven, Sint-Katelijne-Waver/B Study on the crystallization of lithium carbonate Y. Sun, University Halle-WIttenberg/D; X. Song, East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai/CHN; J. Yu, East China University ofTechnology, Shanghai/CHN; M. Jin, J. Ulrich, University Halle-WIttenberg/D New agitator bead mill Alpha S. Mende, NETZSCH-Feinmahltechnik GmbH, Selb/D Modelling of fl uid bed drying at different scales in drug product manufacture H. Mumtaz, S. Bermingham, Process Systems Enterprise Ltd, London/UK * Organised by ProcessNet-Working group Raw Materials and Circular Economy * Organized by Chemours International Operations Switzerland Sàrl, Le Grand Saconnex/CH; a fully-owned subsidiary of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00


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