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26 Hall 4.0, Europa WEDNESDAY, 17 June as of 20 February 2015 Conclusio 1, CMF Conclusio 2, CMF Fantasie 1, CMF 13:30 PANEL DISCUSSION Deutsche Energiewende – Zukunft oder Abseits? Chairman: F. Ausfelder, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D Panellists: M. Brudermüller, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D; A. Zerres, Bundesnetzagentur, Bonn/D; N. Anger, European Commission, Brussels/B, J. Maćkowiak Pandera, Agora Energiewende, Berlin/D Risk assessment and sustainability in the focus of lab planning* Specifi c risks of vivariums and restrictions when planning I. Müller-Stahn, dr. heinekamp Labor- und Institutsplanung GmbH, Karlsfeld/D OHS and air exchange rates – is it really in contradiction with sustainability? C. Herry, Erlab D.F.S S.A.S, Val de Reuil/F Risk assessment with respect of technical gases W. Bischoff, GC DRUVA GmbH, Fulda/D Laboratory working areas 4.0 C. Müller, WALDNER Laboreinrichtungen GmbH & Co. KG, Wangen/D Auxiliary air supply in fume cupboards – different physical impact principles J. Liebsch, Juergen Liebsch – Forschung und Entwicklung, Weiler/D Worldwide best practices in eco-effi cient construction and management of chemical parks** The future of the chemical industry: megatrends and their implications for chemical industry and chemical parks H. Utikal, Provadis Hochschule, Frankfurt/D Chemical parks as regional engines for value creation: some international case studies D.A. Gottschald, Chemie-Cluster Bayern, Munich/D The low carbon industrial park – meeting the challenge M. Lewis, North East Process Industry Cluster, Wilton/UK Limburg and its open innovation policy on the campuses in the knowledge axis M. Paul, Maastricht University/NL The „verbund“- basis for value creation E. Grigat, CHEMPARK – Currenta, Leverkusen/D 17:30 Plenary discussion:Beyond site integration advantages – from chemical parks to chemical regions moderated by Dr. Hanny Nover, Director ECRN Brussels offi ce Catalysis Catalyzing energy research – polymers and other materials as examples M. Schneider, Chemspeed Technologies AG, Augst/CH Effect of carbon support on oxygen reduction activity and corrosion resistance of Pt-based catalysts for middle-temperature DMFC S. Mariappan, J.-F Drillet, DECHEMA-Forschungsinstitut, Frankfurt am Main/D Recent achievements of quantum chemical simulations: CH-functionalization, polymer-catalysis, batteries M. Checinski, A. Kulesza, K. Stier, CreativeQuantum GmbH, Berlin/D Effect of liquid-phase reduction on catalytic performance of Pd-Ag/Al2O3 in acetylene selective hydrogenation M. Takht Ravanchi, M. Rahimi Fard, S. Fadaee Rayeni, Petrochemical Research and Technology Co., Tehran/IR MnxCe1-xO2 catalysts for low temperature oxidation of diesel engine exhaust P. More, M.K. Dongare, S.B. Umbarkar, CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory, Pune/IND Risk assessment and sustainability in the focus of lab planning* Minimum requirements of risk and operational concepts in the certifi cation of DGNB and BNB C. Heinekamp, dr. heinekamp Labor- und Institutsplanung GmbH, Karlsfeld/D EGNATON training target for groups – trigger presentation P. Neurieder, Max-Planck-Society, Munich/D Sustainable planning process of research buildings S. Borger, University of Zurich/CH Certifi cations and EPDs – necessity or dispensable K. Kreuzer, Lab Concept GmbH, Lauben/D Design of particular building engineering devices if the user is still unknown when planning with respect of OHS P. Dockx, Van Looy Group NV, Antwerp/B Falsifi ed Medicines Directive* Aktuelles zur EU-Richtlinie zum Schutz vor Arzneimittelfälschung Aktueller Stand der Gesetzgebung und Überblick über die Projekte M. Bergen, securPharm e.V., Frankfurt/D Praktische Umsetzung der Falsifi ed Medicines Directive in Deutschland T. Beer, ACS PharmaProtect GmbH, Berlin/D DataMatrix sprengt Grenzen – „Neue Wege der Automatischen Identifi kation für Kennzeichnung serialisierter Packungen – Neues aus der Normierung, Rechteck-Codes, Lieferdaten und Internetadresse im Code“ H. Oehlmann, European Health Industry Business Communication Council, Naumburg/D Herausforderungen und Umsetzung der Serialisierung in einer Verpackungslinie V. Ditscher, OCS Checkweighers GmbH, Schwäbisch Hall/D Verwendung der Tamper Verifi cation Features als Sicherheitsmerkmal T. Brückner, Bundesverband der Pharmazeutischen Industrie e.V., Berlin/D Catalysis Applications of a novel perfl uorosulfonic acid (PFSA) in heterogeneous catalysis C. Oldani, L. Merlo, Solvay Specialty Polymers Italy SpA, Bollate (MI)/I; M. Gebert, Solvay Specialty Polymers, Düsseldorf/D The alternative production process of basic organic raw material from syngas W.S. Yang, J.W. Teng, H.X. Liu, J.T. Liu, J.H. Zhu, H.L. Guo, SINOPEC, Shanghai/CHN Catalytic engineering: reduction of metal catalyst losses in reactors via hydrazine technology T. Hemben, University of Phoenix, Lincoln Park/USA Catalyst deactivation in high performance slurry reactors N. Drefs, G. Kettenbach, T. Blocher, Buss ChemTech AG, Pratteln/CH New routes for syngas production – DryReforming at elevated pressure A. Behrens, N. Schödel, S. Hoffmann, Linde AG, Pullach/D; E. Schwab, A. Milanov, S. Altwasser, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D; S.A. Schunk, G. Wasserschaff, hte GmbH, Heidelberg/D * Organisiert durch secuPharm e.V. ** Organised by the European Chemical Regions Network (ECRN) and Chemie-Cluster Bayern * Organised by EGNATON e.V. – European Association for Sustainable Laboratories 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00


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