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38 Hall 4.0, Europa THURSDAY, 18 June as of 20 February 2015 Illusion 1, CMF Illusion 2, CMF Illusion 3, CMF BiobasedWorld – Bioprocesses Reactors Seed train design and optimization for animal cell suspension culture B. Frahm, Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences, Lemgo/D; R. Pörtner, S. Kern, Hamburg University of Technology/D; T. Hernández Rodríguez, Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences, Lemgo/D Cultivation of CHO cells in a non-cylindrical stirred tank bioreactor M. Kradolfer, Pall Corporation, Fribourg/CH Virus production from bench scale to industrial scale: disposable fi xed-bed bioreactor technology J. Castillo, P. Lefebvre, S. Knowles, Pall Life Sciences, Brussels/B The growth of industrial biotechnology: implications for pump, valve and mechanical seal manufacturers W. Newton, Flowserve Corporation, Newark/UK Continuous biocatalysis in a compact dynamically mixed fl ow reactor G. Gasparini, K. Shillington, AM Technology, Runcorn/UK BiobasedWorld – Biorefi nery platforms Feedstocks and building block Synthesis of platform chemicals from renewable resources by applying micro reaction technology T. Türcke, S. Löbbecke, Fraunhofer ICT, Pfi nztal/D Accelerated phototrophic process development: light meets microtiter plates H. Morschett, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH/D; D. Ritter, C. Müller, T. Welters, m2p-labs GmbH, Baesweiler/D; W. Wiechert, M. Oldiges, Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH/D Bioconversion of renewable feedstocks and (agri/food) residues into lactic acid J. Venus, Leibniz-Institute for Agricultural Engineering Potsdam-Bornim (ATB)/D Sustainable recycling of poly lactate based waste P. Ballmann, M. Müller, S. Dröge, Test and Research Institute Pirmasens/D Fluid salt cracking – a new process for the production of aromatic compounds J. Forstner, Fraunhofer-Institut für Chemische Technologie, Pfi nztal/D Safety Safety assessment of hazardous substances Thermal stability and runaway reactions – comparison and industrial relevance of appropriate test methods A. Ahrens, M. Krack, M. Nau, B. Vollbrecht, Siemens AG, Frankfurt am Main/D An alternative way to determine the Self-Accelerating Decomposition Temperature by using the adiabatic heat-pressure accumulation test S. Kimpel, J. Horn, J. Franke, consilab Gesellschaft für Anlagensicherheit mbH, Frankfurt am Main/D Experimental and theoretical investigation of decomposition mechanism of defl agrating substances S. Salg, M. Malow, BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Berlin/D Processing of hazardous and energetic materials in microreactor plants T. Tuercke, A. Mendl, D. Boskovic, J. Antes, S. Loebbecke, Fraunhofer ICT, Pfi nztal/D Opportunities and limitations of the use of in-silico tools by SMEs – practical experiences K. Kümmerer, C. Rücker, W.M.M. Ahmed, C. Leder, Lüneburg University/D; D. Schwartz, Bruno Bock Thiochemicals GmbH, Marschacht/D BiobasedWorld – Biorefi nery platforms Processing of biomass Processing woody biomass – pilot plant and simulation prove feasibility and profi tableness of LX-Process F. Streffer, maxbiogas GmbH, Marienwerder/D; K. Brandt, INOSIM Consulting GmbH, Dortmund/D Lignocellulosic biofuels N. Schwaiger, H. Pucher, R. Feiner, TU Graz/A; L. Ellmaier, P. Pucher, BDI-BioEnergy-International AG, Grambach/Graz/A; M. Siebenhofer, TU Graz/A Ionic liquids for biomass dissolution B. Iliev, T.J.S. Schubert, IOLITEC Ionic Liquids Technologies GmbH, Heilbronn/D Carbo-V biomass gasifi cation – status after application of sound engineering practices S. Petersen, Linde Engineering Dresden GmbH/D BiobasedWorld – Bioprocesses Reactors Modelling of batch and membrane bioreactor by CFD R.R. Safarov, Association of experts on biomedical, cell technologies and regenerative medicine NP „Aktremed“, Moscow/RUS; E.V. Guseva, N.V. Menshutina, Mendeleev University of Chemical Technology of Russia, Moscow/RUS Critical parameters of an oncolytic measles virus production process T.A. Grein, F. Petry, D. Jaeger, M. Kress, University of Applied Sciences Mittelhessen (THM), Giessen/D; M.D. Muehlebach, Paul-Ehrlich-Institut, Langen/D; D. Salzig, P. Czermak, University of Applied Sciences Mittelhessen (THM), Giessen/D Bioprocess software – What everyone wants! A. Allman, Infors AG, Bottmingen/CH Agitation and mixing challenges in fermentation and cell cultivation application D. Felezeu, Pierre Guerin SAS Biolafi tte, Mauze/F Biofi lm remediation strategies P. Lopolito, STERIS Corporation, Saint Louis, MO/USA Paving the way towards CO2 recycling The objective of the workshop is to contribute to the development of uses of CO2 so that it is seen as a resource rather than a waste product. To do so, the project SCOT (Smart Carbon Dioxide Utilisation) will propose a Strategic Research Agenda for Europe in the fi eld of CO2 recycling and structural/funding measures to foster the development of CO2 recycling. In addition, the project will put in place activities that enable the creation of an EU network in this fi eld, able to foster smart specialization. Complete programme will be available at www.achema.de/congressplanner. 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 15:00 15:30 16:00 16:30 17:00 13:30 PLENARY LECTURE Chemical production for tomorrow´s challenges D. Van Meirvenne, Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Leverkusen/D


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