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27 Fantasie 2, CMF Illusion 1, CMF Illusion 2, CMF Hall 4.0, Europa www.achema.de/congress (The programme will be updated continuously) WEDNESDAY, 17 June BiobasedWorld – Bioprocesses Downstream processing A unifi ed process development strategy for batch and continuous chromatography K. Lacki, A. Forss, R. Nordberg, GE Healthcare Life Sciences, Uppsala/S In-situ and downstream approaches for succinic and itaconic acid recovery H. De Wever, W. Van Hecke, K. Elst, VITO, Mol/B Simulated Moving Bed Chromatography as an alternative capturing tool for bio-based chemicals E. Haimer, Vogelbusch Biocommodities GmbH, Vienna/A Enabling innovative approaches for simplifying mAb purifi cation via matched component, multi-mechanism clarifi cation J.F. Hester, 3M Purifi cation Inc., St. Paul, MN/USA; S. Winterfeld, 3M Deutschland GmbH, Neuss/D Affi nity platforms for the purifi cation of antibody fragments J. Royce, G. Jagschies, A. Forss, A. Gronberg, G. Rodrigo, M. Gruvegard, GE Healthcare Life Sciences, Uppsala/S Reaction engineering Special reactors Introduction latest twin screw continuous processor for reacting, mixing, kneading and evaporating T. Ishimaru, KURIMOTO, LTD., Osaka/J Advanced fl ow reactor technology – industrial production made real Y. Jiang, Corning Incorporated, NY/USA Process optimization of a gas-liquid reaction in a rotating packed bed centrifuge G. Grim, ANDRITZ KMPT GmbH, Vierkirchen/D Characterization of a multi-stage counter-current rotating packed bed K. Neumann, M. Grimm, P. Lutze, TU Dortmund/D Fast-tracking biodiesel production with microwave irradiated reactor L. A. Jermolovicius, L. C. M. CantagessoL, R. B. do Nascimento, E. R. de Castro, E. V. S. Pouzada, J. T. Senise, Instituto Mauá de Tecnologia, São Caetano do Sul/BR Energy effi cient processes Thermal energy storage and recovery Energy recovery from process exhaust streams C. Rowlands, Spirax Sarco, Cheltenham/UK Heat recovery in drying processes by direct steam condensation M. Schreiner, University of Bremen/D; F. Curtius, vermacon GmbH & Co. KG, Lindau/D; J. Thöming, University of Bremen/D Storage and utilisation of high grade waste heat C. Stiller, S. Hübner, A. Alekseev, Linde AG, Pullach/D Chemical transformation and storage of thermal energy for the utilization of industrial waste heat M. Molenda, M. Linder, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Stuttgart/D Enhanced heat transfer tubes – compact and effi cient J. Moreno, Wieland Thermal Solutions, Esposende/P; T. Lang, Wieland Thermal Solutions, Ulm/D BiobasedWorld – Bioprocesses Monitoring and modelling Possibilities and limits of PAT compliant measuring systems for online determination of the biomass concentration I. Stempin, University of Applied Sciences Mittelhessen, Gießen/D; Z. Kovács, Corvinus University of Budapest/H; D. Salzig, P. Czermak, University of Applied Sciences Mittelhessen, Gießen/D Process Raman spectroscopy for in-line monitoring of dynamic cell cultures in real time C. Uerpmann, A. Pitters, Kaiser Optical Systems SARL, Lyon/F Next generation bioprocess control K. Voll, Eppendorf, Inc., Enfi eld, CT/USA Chromatography Analysis and Design Toolkit (CADET) S. Leweke, E. von Lieres, Forschungszentrum Jülich/D Oscillating oxygen and substrate supply conditions trigger metabolic regulation in C. glutamicum M. Limberg, T. Aryani, W. Wiechert, M. Oldiges, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH/D Reaction engineering Reactor design Misconceptions in design of three-phase fi xed-bed reactors. Novel approaches to construction of new plants and upgrading existing facilities L.B. Datsevich, University of Bayreuth and MPCP GmbH, Mistelgau/D; F. Grosch, R. Wolfrum, MPCP GmbH, Mistelgau/D From lab to pilot scale: scale-up and optimization of fast pyrolysis for biomass upgrading A. Funke, N. Dahmen, J. Sauer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen/D Design and scale-up of multitubular reactors M. Matzopoulos, B. de Groot, H. Mumtaz, M. Patel, Process Systems Enterprise, London/UK Selective microwave heating: a route to differentiated and intensifi ed industrial chemical / material manufacturing D. Irvine, S. Kingman, P. Palade, C. Dodds, S. Ison, University of Nottingham/UK Multi-purpose plants – planning according to their own special rules K. van Beijeren, InfraServ GmbH & Co. Knapsack KG, Hürth/D Energy effi cient processes Thermal energy storage and recovery Experimental investigation of process concepts for PCM thermal energy storage P. Wiesauer, W. M. Samhaber, Universität Linz, Leonding/A Thermal energy storage for energy effi cient processes A. Wörner, M. Linder, S. Zunft, German Aerospace Center – DLR e.V., Stuttgart/D The combined use of powder circulation and encapsulated phase change materials in concentrated solar power plants H. Zhang, J. Degrève, KU Leuven, Heverlee/B; J. Baeyens, University of Warwick, Coventry/UK Optimal thermal energy storage integration in batch processes using pinch analysis D. Olsen, T. Eiholzer, P. Liem, B. Wellig, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Horw/CH A decision supporting methodology for heat integration and total site targeting of chemical processes T. Bohnenstädt, G. Fieg, Hamburg University of Technology/D 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 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00


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