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24 WEDNESDAY, 17 June Hall 4.0, Europa as of 20 February 2015 Harmonie 1, CMF Harmonie 2, CMF Harmonie 3, CMF Developments in desalination* Salt production: praxis orientated zero liquid discharge N. Heyn, Terrawater GmbH, Kiel/D Polymer fi lm heat exchanger for seawater desalination: falling fi lm enhancement and fouling mitigation C. Dreiser, L.J. Krätz, H.-J. Bart, University of Kaiserslautern/D High performance polymer compounds – a new class of material for heat exchangers in corrosive environments D. Moses, T. Orth, P. Mueller, Technoform Kunststoffprofi le GmbH, Lohfelden/D Wetting characteristics of different tube materials and their infl uence on crystallization fouling in falling fi lm seawater evaporators A. Stärk, H. Glade, University of Bremen/D; K. Loisel, K. Odiot, A. Feßenbecker, A. Kempter, S. Nied, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D Absorption of SO2 in seawater and brine C. Cox, M. Luckas, C. Pasel, D. Bathen, University Duisburg-Essen/D Industrial water management Recovery of valuables from wastewater Nutrient recovery by novel membrane stripping J. Pereboom, L. Van Dijk, L. Luning, Sustec Consulting & Contracting, Wageningen/NL Recovery of carboxylic acids from effl uents via extraction and reactive distillation D. Painer, S. Lux, M. Siebenhofer, Graz University of Technology/A Cultivation of microalgae in wastewater and conversion into a soil additive by hydrothermal carbonization B. Hupfauf, M. Koch, A. Dumfort, M. Rupprich, Management Center Innsbruck/A; A. Bockreis, Universität Innsbruck/A Adsorption of phosphates onto granular ferric hydroxide as a robust end-of-pipe purifi cation strategy N. Lambert, R. Dewil, K.U. Leuven, Sint-Katelijne-Waver/B The value of wastewater: examples from industrial and urban wastewater projects C. Jungfer, K. Wendler, T. Track, DECHEMA e. V., Frankfurt/D BiobasedWorld – Microalgae biorefi nery* Wastewater bioremediation using microalgae biomass for the production of biofuels and biochemical C. González-Fernández, IMDEA ENERGY, Madrid/E; M. Ballesteros, CIEMAT, Madrid/E Sustainable bioenergy production by combining microalgae culture and anaerobic treatment of domestic wastewater I. de Godos Crespo, FCC aqualia, Chiclana de la Frontera, Cádiz/E; Z. Arbib, FCC aqualia, Chiclana de la Frontera/E; B. Llamas Moya, FCC aqualia, Madrid/E; E. Lara Corona, FCC aqualia, Sevilla/E; F. Rogalla, FCC aqualia, Madrid/E Facilitating microalgae production and biorefi neries through the introduction of Industrial Symbiosis concepts P. Møller, Kalundborg Municipality/DK A microalgae biorefi nery for complete valorization of wet biomass for commodity produts F. F.García-Cuadra, J.M. Fernández-Sevilla, F.G. Acién, E. Molina-Grima, University of Almería/E Microalgal biomass harvesting through drainage P. Lopez, University Complutense of Madrid/E; C. Reparez, Everis Energia y Medioambiente, Madrid/E; C. Negro, University Complutense of Madrid/E Latest insight on lignocellulosic biorefi neries** The investigation of biomass sugar as the feedstock for PlantBottle packaging M. Schultheis, The Coca-Cola Company, Atlanta, GA/USA; H. Ren, The Coca-Cola Company, Shanghai/CHN; K. Stadler, The Coca-Cola Company, Berlin/D Environmental and economic performance of process alternatives for multi-feedstock cellulosic sugar production J. Villegas, University of Geneva/CH; K. Harding, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg/ZA; M. Patel, University of Geneva/CH Cellulosic ethanol: commercialization and application in biofuels and biochemicals M. Rarbach, P. Corvo, C. Heikaus, Clariant Produkte (Deutschland) GmbH, Munich/D Overcoming the challenges to large-scale deployment M. Rubino, Beta Renewables S.p.A., Tortona/I Renewable chemical platforms and biobased materials D. Cross, F. Moesler, Renmatix, Inc., King of Prussia, PA/USA 17:30 Integrated corn ethanol and corn stover ethanol production: a step towards a biorefi nery? H. Bosch, Royal DSM NV, Heerlen/NL Industrial water management Treatment of complex wastewaters Evaluation of the removal of carbamazepine, diclofenac, ibuprofen, sulfamethoxazole, iopromide, sotalol and primidone from wastewater by ozone/UV T. Scheers, L. Jacoby, Leuven University College/B; K. Van Eyck, J. Degrève, R. Dewil, KU Leuven/B A kinetic study on the UV/H2O2 advanced oxidation process: infl uence of process parameters on the reaction rate K. Van Eyck, S. Verschoren, R. Dewil, K.U. Leuven, Sint-Katelijne-Waver/B Application of glow discharge plasma for the removal of phenolic components from chemical industry wastewater R. Dewil, B. Kerremans, S. Van Damme, K.U. Leuven, Sint-Katelijne-Waver/B Electrochemical wastewater treatment for industrial applications D. Woisetschläger, B. Humpl, VTU Engineering GmbH, Grambach/A; M. Siebenhofer, Institute of Chemical Engineering and Environmental Technology, Graz/A; M. Koncar, W. Glasl, VTU Engineering GmbH, Grambach/A Full-scale sequencing batch reactor design and operation for treatment of target compounds from a pharmaceutical facility J. Devine, Alfa Laval Ashbrok Simon Hartley, Houston, TX/USA; J.G. Cleary, HDR Inc., Mahweh, NJ/USA Developments in desalination* Integration of innovative technologies in process water plants J. Henkel, Dow Water & Process Solutions, Rheinmuenster/D; M. Slagt, Dow Water & Process Solutions, Terneuzen/NL Innovative UF membranes in challenging sea water T. Bittinger, J. Wunram, P. Buchta, R. Winkler, inge GmbH, Greifenberg/D Small-scale effi cient seawater reverse osmosis plants M. Beery, J. Ludwig, L. León, akvolution GmbH, Berlin/D Reverse osmosis testings: being as representative as possible in the lab scale A. Kempter, S. Sujandi, R.P. Baumann, M. Kellermeier, K. Odiot, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D Seawater desalination using membrane distillation: a comprehensive investigation based on two pilot plants A. Hagedorn, G. Fieg, Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH)/D; F. Groß, J. Koschikowski, Fraunhofer ISE, Freiburg/D; T. Mann, MAHLE Industrial Filtration GmbH, Hamburg/D 13:30 PANEL DISCUSSION Deutsche Energiewende – Zukunft oder Abseits? Chairman: F. Ausfelder, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D Panelists: M. Brudermüller, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D; A. Zerres, Bundesnetzagentur, Bonn/D; N. Anger, European Commission, Brussels/B, J. Maćkowiak Pandera, Agora Energiewende, Berlin/D * Co-organized by ANQUE – Asociación Nacional de Químicos de España, Madrid/E ** Organized by University of Geneva/CH * Organised by Dr.-Ing. Heike Glade, University of Bremen/D 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00


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