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12:30 13:00 13:30 14:00 14:30 21 Hall 4.0, Europa www.achema.de/congress (The programme will be updated continuously) TUESDAY, 16 June 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 Illusion 1, CMF Illusion 2, CMF Illusion 3, CMF Microprocess engineering Microstructured equipment The Plug & Play reactor: a highly fl exible device for heterogeneous reactions in continuous fl ow mode H. Gruber-Wölfl er, G.J. Lichtenegger, Graz University of Technology/A; H. Kitzler, K. Obermaier, One-A Engineering Austria GmbH, Vöcklabruck/A; J.G. Khinast, Graz University of Technology/A Let the light fl ow – photochemistry in a pilot scale fl ow photoreactor S. Gremetz, C. Horn, P. Jean, O. Lobet, Corning SAS, Avon/F Infl uence of design parameters on heat and mass transfer of a modularized, milli-structured reactor P. Biessey, M. Grünewald, Ruhr-Universität Bochum/D; J. Heck, Ehrfeld Mikrotechnik BTS GmbH, Wendelsheim/D Determination of mixing effi ciency of micro structured mixers by isothermal heat balance calorimetry A. Pashkova, DECHEMA-Forschungsinstitut, Frankfurt am Main/D; L. Greiner, Hochschule Mannheim/D; J.Z. Bloh, DECHEMA-Forschungsinstitut, Frankfurt am Main/D Microchannel heat exchanger reactors for sustainable production of fuels and electric energy G. Kolb, Fraunhofer ICT-IMM, Mainz/D Microprocess engineering Applications Extractive metals recovery in microchannels S. Willersinn, H.-J. Bart, TU Kaiserslautern/D Micro reaction platform for an automated enzymatic reaction control of mobile magnetic micro reactors H. Al-Kaidy, R. Ulber, N. Tippkötter, TU Kaiserslautern/D Experimental investigations and kinetic modelling of the base catalyzed enthanolysis for biodiesel production in microreactors S. Schwarz, E.S. Borovinskaya, W. Reschetilowski, Dresden University of Technology/D Rapid prototyping for fast and easy optimization of microstructured photoreactors D. Ziegenbalg, Ü. Tastan, University of Stuttgart/D Direct synthesis of hydrogen peroxide based on microreactor technology – from gas-liquid-solid reactor design to parallel reactor operation T. Inoue, AIST, Tsukuba, Ibaraki/J Electrobiotechnology* Towards hybrid microbial – enzymatic biofuel cells with extended lifetime S. Sané, J. Eipper, S. Kerzenmacher, University of Freiburg/D Putting the „spark“ in bioreactors: from sketch to bench L.F.M. Rosa, C. Gimkiewicz, C. Stang, T.R. dos Santos, S. Hunger, A. Zehnsdorf, F. Harnisch, Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung, Leipzig/D Electro-enzymatic system to overcome enzyme instabilities in H2O2-dependent biocatalysis A. Horst, T. Krieg, J. Schrader, D. Holtmann, DECHEMA-Forschungsinstitut, Frankfurt/D The electrode as interface between electrochemistry and microbiology: recent developments and prospects I. Schmidt, A. Baudler, S. Riedl, U. Schröder, TU Braunschweig/D Molecular engineering of microbial electrocatalysts for microbial electrosynthesis applications M. Rosenbaum, S. Schmitz, K. Kaufmann, T. Kirchner, S. Nies, B. Molitor, A. Henrich, RWTH Aachen University/D Handheld vibrational spectrometers** Approved technologies made handheld – new possibilities and approaches A. Fey, A. Giannikos, analyticon instruments gmbh, Rosbach/D Material identifi cation through packages using 1064 nm excitation Raman spectroscopy V. Ciobota, C. Dentinger, Rigaku Raman Technologies, Inc., Wilmington/USA Compact and high-performance IR sensors for process and portable instruments U. Kantojärvi, J. Mäkynen, Spectral Engines Oy, Helsinki/FIN; J. Suhonen, Spectral Engines Oy, Oulu/FIN; J. Mannhardt, Spectral Engines Oy, Eschach/D; J. Antila, Spectral Engines Oy, Helsinki/FIN Ultra-miniature wireless NIR spectrometer for on-line process monitoring applications N. O‘Brien, C. Pederson, JDS Uniphase Corporation, Santa Rosa, CA/USA Novel applications of handheld vibrational spectrometers and the transfer and re-utilization of benchtop spectrometer data U. Hoffmann, nir-tools, Essen/D; F. Pfeifer, H.W. Siesler, University of Duisburg-Essen, Essen/D * Organised by DECHEMA working group Electrobiotechnology in Cooperation with Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU) ** Organised by H.W. Siesler, University of Duisburg-Essen/D Beyond compliance based process safety: the European paradigm* EPSC: state of the practice L. Allford, European Process Safety Centre (EPSC), Rugby/UK Keynote Lecture An EPSC member‘s journey towards zero leaks and spills H. Schwarz, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D A European perspective on accepting major accident risk K.-J. Niemitz, Clariant Produkte (Deutschland) GmbH, Sulzbach/D Rust never sleeps – the challenge of corrosion under insulation (CUI) P. de Bruyn, Total Petrochemicals, Brussels/B Safety Ignition hazards and lessons learnt Keynote Lecture Safety in operations: an experimental lecture about explosions R. Hoekstra, H. Lawinger, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D Electrostatic ignition hazards associated with dissipative fi lters M. Glor, S. Forestier, P. Meier, Swissi Process Safety GmbH, Basel/CH A step forward in industrial safety, do we need to earth small aluminium bags? S. Forestier, T. Gmeinwieser, TÜV Süd Process Safety, Basel/CH Progress in process safety through statistical evaluation of incidents and performance indicators K. 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