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30 Hall 4.0, Europa THURSDAY, 18 June as of 20 February 2015 Harmonie 1, CMF Harmonie 2, CMF Harmonie 3, CMF EU-Bioeconomy and HORIZON 2020 revisited: How far have we come since ACHEMA 2012?* Bioeconomy and HORIZON 2020: challenges and opportunities Welcome K. Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V. Renewable raw materials in the EU chemical industry J. Rothermel, Verband der Chemischen Industrie e.V. (VCI), Frankfurt/D Status quo of HORIZON 2020 (working title) N.N. PPPs for the Bioeconomy / The BBI joint initiative: connecting biobased value chains and networks in Europe M. Wubbolts, DSM Innovation Center, Geleen/NL, SPIRE – catalyst for cross-industry partnerships P. Nagler, Evonik Industries AG, Hanau/D, Bioeconomy in Germany (working title) C. Neumann, Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Berlin/D, Bioeconomy – a systemic approach to sustainability H. van Liempt, Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Berlin/D Bioeconomy Netherlands:”The Green Deal” J. van Esch, Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Hague/NL 13:00 Bioeconomy France (working title) C. Luguel, Association “Industries & Agro-Ressources” (IAR), Laon/F * Organised by DECHEMA e.V., The European Renewable Resources and Materials Association (ERRMA), Fachagentur Nachwachsende Rohstoffe e.V. (FNR) and Verband der Chemischen Industrie e.V. (VCI) Pharmaceutical production Sterile manufacturing Automated washing principles and common mistakes O. Van Houtte, STERIS Canada Corporation, Quebec City/CDN; P. Lopolito, STERIS Corporation, Saint Louis, MO/USA A new pre-fi lled syringes integrated solution for automatic handling, transfer and transport nest-and-tubs J. Net, E. Lepot, STERISYS Sàrl, Weiswampach/L New concepts for the planning of liquid and lyophilized high potent fi ll & fi nish facilities H. Schaz, NNE Pharmaplan, Bad Homburg/D Clean rooms requirements for optimal decontamination with vaporized H2O2 G. Lauth, STERIS Deutschland GmbH, Köln/D Trends and innovations in sterile manufacturing A. Kunzelmann, io-consultants, Heidelberg/D Nanotechnology Ionic liquids as effective dispersants for easy- and safe-to-handle nanodispersions J. Wimberg, T.J.S. Schubert, B. Iliev, IOLITEC Ionic Liquids Technologies GmbH, Heilbronn/D Continuous production of polymeric nanoparticles in microfl uidic structures A. Eberhardt, D. Boskovic, S. Loebbecke, Fraunhofer ICT, Pfi nztal/D Microencapsulation and industrial applications for uniform controlled release particles T. Brandau, E. Brandau, BRACE GmbH, Karlstein/D RISE microscopy: Raman imaging meets scanning electron microscopy U. Schmidt, T. Dieing, A. Jauss, H. Fischer, J. Toporski, O. Hollricher, WITec GmbH, Ulm/D Comprehensive characterization of nanoparticles using fi eld-fl ow fractionation coupled with multi-angle light scattering and ICP-MS G. Heinzmann, F. Meier, T. Klein, Postnova Analytics GmbH, Landsberg/D EU-Bioeconomy and HORIZON 2020 revisited: How far have we come since ACHEMA 2012?* Sustainability Requirements along the bio-based value chain Opportunities and challenges of sustainable biomass for industrial, food and feed use M. Fleckenstein, WWF, Berlin/D Standardisation and public procurement (working title) A. Boenke, European Commission, Brussels/B Sustainabilty for bio-based products: Bio-based and biodegradable plastics (working title) What is the meaning of „bio-based“ for lubricants? M. Versari, Novamont GmbH, Eschborn/D, R. Luther, Fuchs Europe Schmierstoffe GmbH, Mannheim/D Sustainability for bio-based products – bio-based surfactants J. Tropsch, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D 16:45 Beyond the horizon – for a “European Industry Renaissance” Round table discussion Chair: C. Patermann Pannelists: M. Wubbolts, P. Nagler, A. Schütte, A. Bönke, C. Bastioli Nanotechnology Tailor-made particles: synthesis, properties and application A. Musyanovych, R. Sperling, M. Maskos, Fraunhofer ICT-IMM, Mainz/D Infl uences on structure of CNT-modifi ed PEEK during melt-spinning process T. Benczek, W. Steinmann, D. Pico, T. Gries, RWTH Aachen University/D High throughput strategies to improve the formulation and bioavailability of drug candidates J. Grace, Chemspeed Technologies UK Ltd., York/UK Production of nano particles by colloidal grinding T. Hanke, Retsch GmbH, Haan/D Nanotechnological applications and its potential benefi ts for the environment W. Dubbert, Federal Environment Agency (Umweltbundesamt), Dessau-Roßlau/D Pharmaceutical production Formulation technology Stability by microencapsulation – a novel formulation for long term preservation of probiotics T. Brandau, E. Brandau, BRACE GmbH, Karlstein/D Solving your sticking problems with Tableting Science R. Blanchard, I Holland Ltd, Nottingham/UK Dynamic freeze drying for bulk manufacture of sterile lyophilized microspheres – process and case study of industrial application B. Luy, M. Plitzko, Meridion Technologies GmbH, Muellheim/D Fast dissolving tablets – a new application trend of freeze casting in food and pharmaceutical industry P. Nguyen, J. Ulrich, University Halle-Wittenberg/D Continuous granulation and drying – modular concepts for R&D and production D. Leister, Thermo Fisher Scientifi c, Darmstadt/D 13:30 PLENARY LECTURE Chemical production for tomorrow´s challenges D. Van Meirvenne, Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Leverkusen/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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