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                                                                                                  Hall 1
                                                                                         plenary leCture
Chair:                                                                        K. Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                                              Chair:
09:00                                                         Biopharmaceutical process development: the shortcut to the market                                                                   09:00
                                                                          R.G. Werner, Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH/D
10:00                                                                                          Coffee break                                                                                       10:00
                                                 Hall 3                                                                                             room 44
                                     Modelling and simulation                                                                     Innovative separation technologies
                                     Plant design and operation                                                                         Separation techniques I
Chair:   G. Schembecker, TU Dortmund/D                                                                     M. Siebenhofer, TU Graz/A                                                              Chair:
10:30    simulation and optimisation of capacity utilisation and material flow in                          aqueous surfactant two phase systems for continuous extraction processes               10:30
         multi-purpose chemical plants under consideration of product-mix and                              T. Ingram, T. Mehling, S. Storm, S. Smirnova, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D
         demand based on data from the sap erp model
         J. Schröder, D. Schmalzried, R. Seeger, OR Soft Jänicke GmbH, Merseburg/D
11:00    Keynote lecture                                                                                   ionic liquids and their application in gas separation                                  11:00
         Verbund site simulation – a simulation tool for strategic site development,                       J. Blath, T. Hirth, T. Schiestel, Fraunhofer IGB, Stuttgart/D
         operations and crisis management at BasF
                                                                                                           new high-performance absorbents for gas sweetening                                     11:30
         S. Brüggemann, A. Collin, E. Fuchs, D. Grabler, S. Grützmann, U. Grässle, A. Polt,
                                                                                                           J. Rolker, M. Seiler, Evonik Industries AG, Hanau/D
         J. Till, B. Wagner, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D
12:00    Optimised plant concept through material flow analysis (filling3: centralised,                    Hydrodynamics and heat effects in a planar electro-chromatograph                       12:00
         costumer-oriented, cost-effective)                                                                R. Laskowski, H.-J. Bart, TU Kaiserlautern/D; C. Hofmann, G. Menges, B. Werner,
         T. Backfisch, H. Berrsche, V. Felbermayer, A. Polt, J. Till, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D              P. Löb, V. Hessel, Institute for Mikrotechnik Mainz GmbH/D; H. Gruber-Wölfler,
                                                                                                           P. Feenstra, M.-G. Braunbruck, J. Khinast, TU Graz/A
12:30                                          lunchtime                                                                                           lunchtime                                      12:30
                                     Modelling and simulation                                                                     Innovative separation technologies
                                       Membrane processes                                                                               Separation techniques II
Chair:   E.M. Maus, Sulzer Chemtech AG, Allschwil/CH                                                       J.-U. Repke, TU Freiberg/D                                                             Chair:
13:30    Optimum design of a zero-effluent membrane process for hydrogen peroxide                          improvement of froth flotation by plasma-pre-treatment of the involved                 13:30
         ultrapurification                                                                                 mineral-mixture
         R. Abejon, A. Garea, A. Irabien, University of Cantabria, Santander/E                             F. May, V. Brüser, A. Quade, Leibniz-Institut für Plasmaforschung und Technologie,
                                                                                                           Greifswald/D; E. Gock, N. Mleczko, TU Clausthal/D
14:00    numerical study of concentration in a plane reverse osmosis membrane                              separation and classification of fine particulates - bottleneck for the industrial     14:00
         channel: permeate flux and local concentration variations                                         application of nanoparticles?
         B. Bernales, University of Marseille/F; N. Ibaseta, Ecole Centrale Marseille/F;                   L. Spelter, H. Nirschl, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/D
         P. Haldenwang, University of Marseille/F; P. Guichardon, Ecole Centrale Marseille/F
14:30    Characterisation and separation modelling of organic solvent nanofiltration                       impregnated particles: characterisation and use for gas separation process             14:30
         membranes                                                                                         C. Castel, F. Madariaga, P. Marchal, E. Favre, L. Choplin, LRGP-INPL, Nancy/F
         L. Hesse, J. Micovic, P. Schmidt, TU Dortmund/D; P. Kreis, Evonik Industries AG,
         Marl/D; A. Górak, G. Sadowski, TU Dortmund/D
15:00    modelling of a membrane contactor with chemical absorption for CO2                                                                                                                       15:00
         separation
         F. Beggel, M. Modigell, RWTH Aachen/D
15:30                                        Coffee break                                                                                        Coffee break                                     15:30
                                     Modelling and simulation                                                                     Innovative separation technologies
                                      reaction engineering IV                                                                              Micro-separations
Chair:   H. Freund, MPI for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Magdeburg/D                             I. Smirnova, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D                                                      Chair:
16:00    stochastic network generation: application to oligomerisation of light olefins                    Orientation independent gas/liquid separation in micro structures                      16:00
         D. Guillaume, L. Pereira de Oliveira, IFP Energies Nouvelles, Solaize/F                           M. Kraus, U. Krewer, MPI for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Magdeburg/D
16:30    Keynote lecture                                                                                   the separation of immiscible liquid slugs within plastic microchannels using a         16:30
         modelling and design of phase transfer catalytic processes                                        hydrophilic sidestream
         C. Piccolo, TU Denmark, Lyngby/DK; G. Hodges, P.M. Piccione, Syngenta, Jealott‘s Hill             F. Scheiff, M. Mendorf, D.W. Agar, TU Dortmund/D; N. Reis, M. Mackley, University of
         International Research Centre, Bracknell/UK; R. Gani, TU Denmark, Lyngby/DK                       Cambridge/UK
                                                                                                                                                                                                  17:00
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                                                                                                    Hall 1
                                                                                           plenary leCture
Chair:                                                                          K. Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                                                  Chair:
09:00                                                          Biopharmaceutical process development: the shortcut to the market                                                                        09:00
                                                                           R.G. Werner, Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH/D
10:00                                                                                            Coffee break                                                                                           10:00
                                                  Hall 8                                                                                            iCC lounge
                                              Ionic liquids                                                                    Membrane technology for water production
                                                Properties
Chair:   C. Chiappe, University of Pisa/I                                                                    T. Track, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                        Chair:
10:30    ecotoxicity (V. fischeri) discrimination approach to guide the design of ionic                      tanDeM lecture                                                                             10:30
         liquids                                                                                             large scale water treatment with micro- and ultrafiltration-membranes
         M. Alvarez-Guerra, A. Irabien, University of Cantabria, Santander/E                                 S. Ripperger, TU Kaiserslautern/D; N. Selzer, Membrana GmbH, Wuppertal/D
11:00    Quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation measurement for probing the
         interaction of ionic liquids with vapours
         M.B. Serrano Santos, E. Llobet, University Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona/E; T. Schäfer,
         University of the Basque Country, Donostia-San Sebastián/E
11:30    thermodynamic properties of ionic liquids at high temperatures and pressures                        Optimisation of a reverse osmosis system for final purification of olive-mill              11:30
         J. Safarov, M. Engelmann, H. Schmidt, M. Stephan, University of Rostock/D; I. Kul,                  wastewater
         Widener University, Chester,PA/USA; W.A. El-Awady, Mansoura Univeristy/ET;                          J.M. Ochando Pulido, L. Martinez Nieto, S. Vives, J.A. Giménez Casares, A. Martinez
         A. Shahverdiyev, Azerbaijan Technical University, Baku/AZ; E. Hassel, University of                 Ferez, University of Granada/E
         Rostock/D
12:00    thermal stability and evaporation of supported ionic liquid phases                                  an alternative to chemical cleaning in mBrs: investigation of the mechanical               12:00
         F. Heym, C. Kern, W. Korth, A. Jess, University of Bayreuth/D                                       action of the ultrasounds on membrane fouling
                                                                                                             A. Moreau, L. Fournier, T. Thouvenot, S. Logette, Veolia Environnement, Maisons
                                                                                                             Laffitte/F
12:30                                           lunchtime                                                                                            lunchtime                                          12:30
                                              Ionic liquids                                                                                  Water treatment
                                                Processes                                                                          treatment of process and waste water I
Chair:   P. Wasserscheid, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg/D                                                 T. Track, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                        Chair:
13:30    recovery of ionic liquids by nanofiltration                                                         Crystallisation fouling of magnesium salts in thermal seawater desalination                13:30
         J. Fernández, R. Bartel, U. Bottin-Weber, S. Stolte, J. Thöming, University of Bremen/D             H. Glade, K. Krömer, S. Will, University of Bremen/D; J. Detering, M. Essig, A. Kempter,
                                                                                                             S. Nied, G. Schürmann, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D
14:00    Keynote lecture                                                                                     tanning ability of ultrafiltration and nanofiltration tannin concentrates,                 14:00
         supported ionic liquid phase (silp) catalysts for ambient pressure and                              obtained from cork processing wastewater
         ultra-low temperature water-gas-shift reaction                                                      M. Bernardo, V. Geraldes, M. Minhalma, M.N. de Pinho, TU Lisbon/P
         S. Werner, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg/D; N. Szesni, M. Kaiser, R.W. Fischer,
                                                                                                             efficient removal of organics from wastewaters by means of catalytic wet-air               14:30
         Süd-Chemie AG, Bruckmühl/D; M. Haumann, FAU Busan Campus/ROK;
                                                                                                             oxidation
         P. Wasserscheid, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg/D
                                                                                                             M. Bistan, T. Tisler, A. Pintar, National Institute of Chemistry, Ljubljana/SLO
15:00    ionic liquids as performance material for energy applications                                       process intensification in phenolic wastewater treatment                                   15:00
         M. Uerdingen, W.-R. Pitner, N. Ignatiev, M. Schulte, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt/D                        O. Wittine, University of Zagreb/HR; S. Keav, J. Barbier jr., University of Poitiers/F;
                                                                                                             K. Maduna Valkaj, S. Zrncevic, University of Zagreb/HR
15:30                                         Coffee break                                                                                         Coffee break                                         15:30
                                              Ionic liquids                                                                                   Water treatment
                                                reactions                                                                          treatment of process and waste water II
Chair:   G. Sextl, Fraunhofer ISC, Würzburg/D                                                                T. Track, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                        Chair:
16:00    miniplant studies on the use of acidic ionic liquids as recyclable catalyst for                     Keynote lecture                                                                            16:00
         transesterification                                                                                 photovoltaic solar electro-oxidation (pseO) process for wastewater treatment
         J.C. Kuschnerow, TU Braunschweig/D; K. Titze-Frech, P. Wasserscheid, University of                  A. Irabien, A. Dominguez-Ramos, E. Alvarez-Guerra, University of Cantabria,
         Erlangen-Nuremberg/D; S. Scholl, TU Braunschweig/D                                                  Santander/E
16:30    improvement of the selectivity of solid catalysts by an ionic liquid layer
         (sCill-concept)
         A. Jess, C. Kern, W. Korth, University of Bayreuth/D
17:00    thermodynamic and kinetic modelling of the water gas shift reaction using                           performance of boron-doped anodes in electrochemical oxidation of                          17:00
         supported ionic liquid phase catalyst systems                                                       wastewaters
         J. Hartmann, A. Buchele, W. Arlt, S. Werner, P. Wasserscheid, University of Erlangen-               D. Woisetschläger, TU Graz/A; B. Humpl, M. Koncar, VTU Technology GmbH, Graz/A;
         Nuremberg/D                                                                                         M. Siebenhofer, TU Graz/A
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                                                                                             Hall 1
                                                                                      plenary leCture
Chair:                                                                       K. Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                                                Chair:
09:00                                                       Biopharmaceutical process development: the shortcut to the market                                                                      09:00
                                                                        R.G. Werner, Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH/D
10:00                                                                                    Coffee break                                                                                              10:00
                                                Hall 6                                                                                         Hall 9
                                 Process safety competence                                                                          Process intensification
                           european strength degrading to weakness?                                                                   reactive distillation
Chair:   K. Mitropetros, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                    A. Jess, University of Bayreuth/D                                                            Chair:
10:30    Keynote lecture                                                                              reactive distillation for efficient biorenewable product formation in the                    10:30
         teaching safety in chemical engineering – what, how and who?                                 bio-refinery
         M.J. Pitt, University of Sheffield/UK                                                        A. Kolah, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI/USA; A. Orjuela, Universidad
                                                                                                      Nacional de Colombia, Bogota/CO; L. Peereboom, C. Lira, D. Miller, Michigan State
                                                                                                      University, East Lansing, MI/USA
                                                                                                      reactive distillation process intensified by auxiliary reactions                             11:00
                                                                                                      L.W. Tong, Y.M. Ye, L.F. Chen, Z.W. Qi, East China University of Science and
                                                                                                      Technology, Shanghai/PRC; G. Wozny, TU Berlin/D
11:30    process and plant safety competence – the authorities view                                   solving the maze of reactive distillation feasibility                                        11:30
         J. Slijpen, Ministry of Social Affairs and Employment, Utrecht/NL                            A.A. Kiss, AkzoNobel, Arnhem/NL; P. Singh, Dutch Separation Technology Institute,
                                                                                                      Amersfoort/NL
12:00    process and plant safety competence – how to sustain this success factor for                 scale up from simple lab-batch experiments to a continuous reactive                          12:00
         european chemical industry                                                                   distillation column
         P.G. Schmelzer, Bayer HealthCare AG, Leverkusen/D                                            O. Litzmann, H.-M. Lorenz, G. Wozny, TU Berlin/D; T. Grützner, Lonza Group AG,
                                                                                                      Visp/CH; J.-U. Repke, TU Freiberg/D
12:30                                         lunchtime                                                                                      lunchtime                                             12:30
                                 Process safety competence                                                                         Process intensification
                           european strength degrading to weakness?                                                      applications of microwaves and ultrasound
Chair:   C. Jochum, European Process Safety Center, Bad Soden/D                                       L. Turunen, TU Lappeenranta/FIN                                                              Chair:
13:30    High process safety competence – an asset of a chemical company                              microwave applicator design for microwave enhanced processing                                13:30
         H.V. Schwarz, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D                                                        G. Sturm, G. Stefanidis, M. Verweij, TU Delft/NL; T. Van Gerven, Catholic University of
                                                                                                      Leuven/B; A. Stankiewicz, TU Delft/NL
14:00    process safety through operational management                                                application diversity of microwaves for industrial technology                                14:00
         H. van Roost, Total Petrochemicals, Brussels/B                                               N.A. Pinchukova, V.A. Chebanov, S.M. Desenko, V.P. Semynozhenko, O.V. Shishkin,
                                                                                                      A.Y. Voloshko, State Scientific Institution, Kharkiv/UA
14:30    training of engineers in safety and risk management: the OeCd experience                     ultrasound-assisted extraction of beta-glucan from waxy barley                               14:30
         M. Hailwood, LUBW Landesanstalt für Umwelt, Messungen und Naturschutz Baden-                 O. Benito-Román, E. Alonso, M.J. Cocero, University of Valladolid/E
         Württemberg, Karlsruhe/D
15:00    epsC award 2011                                                                              lignin purification by ultrasound                                                            15:00
                                                                                                      X. Erdocia, R. Prado, R. Briones, A. Garcia, J. Labidi, University of the Basque Country,
                                                                                                      Donostia-San Sebastián/E
15:30                                       Coffee break                                                                                   Coffee break                                            15:30
                                 Process safety competence                                                                          Process intensification
                           european strength degrading to weakness?                                                                     new processes
Chair:   M. Dröscher, Frankfurt/D                                                                     R. Dittmeyer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/D                                      Chair:
16:00    panel discussion and wrap up                                                                 a new process concept for an emission free sulphuric acid plant                              16:00
                                                                                                      J.C. Schöneberger, H. Thielert, Uhde GmbH, Dortmund/D
         “process safety Competence – the way forward”
                                                                                                      dry processing – a new technology for polymer synthesis                                      16:30
                                                                                                      R. Kunkel, P.A. Fleury, LIST AG, Arisdorf/CH
         H.J. Pasman, St Julian‘s/M
         C. Schaible, Brussels/B                                                                      One step synthesis of di-methyl ether with microreactors                                     17:00
         M.J. Pitt, Sheffield/UK                                                                      S. Tauro, S. Stämmler, P. Pfeifer, R. Dittmeyer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/D
         N. Pfeil, Berlin/D
         N.N.
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                                                                                                   Hall 1
                                                                                            plenary leCture
Chair:                                                                        K. Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                                                    Chair:
09:00                                                         Biopharmaceutical process development: the shortcut to the market                                                                         09:00
                                                                          R.G. Werner, Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH/D
10:00                                                                                         Coffee break                                                                                              10:00
                                               salon 19                                                                                              salon 21
                           High pressure technology and processes                                                                              Multiphase systems
                                          Processes                                                                                            Multiphase systems I
Chair:   E. Schlücker, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg/D                                                   U. Delfs, VDI e.V., Düsseldorf/D                                                            Chair:
10:30    Cold denOx development at linde                                                                    teflon coated silicon microreactors – impact on segmented liquid-liquid                     10:30
         F. Winkler, N. Schoedel, H.J. Zander, Linde AG, Pullach/D; R. Ritter, Linde-KCA-                   multiphase flows
         Dresden GmbH/D                                                                                     S. Kuhn, R.L. Hartman, S. Mahmooda, K.D. Nagy, S. Marre, K.F. Jensen, Massachu-
                                                                                                            setts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA/USA
11:00    High pressure treatment of food materials: compression monitoring by means                         Control of drop size distributions in CFd simulations via identified linear state           11:00
         of cold neutron radiography                                                                        space models
         O. Schlüter, Leibniz-Institute for Agricultural Engineering, Potsdam/D; S. Boguslawski,            J. Heiland, TU Berlin/D; A. Walle, TU Darmstadt/D; V. Mehrmann, TU Berlin/D;
         D. Knorr, TU Berlin/D; N. Kardjilov, Helmholtz Centre Berlin/D                                     M. Schäfer, TU Darmstadt/D
11:30    influence of the flow dynamics and cavitation on emulsion quality and                              investigation of surface deformation due to marangoni convection                            11:30
         durability of high pressure nozzles                                                                P. Cavadini, J. Krenn, P. Scharfer, W. Schabel, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/D
         M. Schlender, L. Hecht, K. Koehler, H.P. Schuchmann, Karlsruhe Institute of
         Technology (KIT)/D
12:00    Flow investigation and effect of microchannel geometry on high pressure                            influence of polymer emulsifiers on extensional viscosity of o/w emulsion                   12:00
         dispersion                                                                                         S. Rózanska, L. Broniarz-Press, P.T. Mitkowski, M. Ochowiak, J. Rózanski,
         T. Gothsch, S. Beinert, C. Lesche, S. Büttgenbach, A. Kwade, TU Braunschweig/D                     S. Woziwodzki, TU Poznan/PL
12:30                                          lunchtime                                                                                            lunchtime                                           12:30
                            High pressure technology and processes                                                                             Multiphase systems
                                 Supercritical product formulation                                                                             Multiphase systems II
Chair:   M.J. Cocero, University of Valladolid/E                                                            P. Walzel, TU Dortmund/D                                                                    Chair:
13:30    tanDeM lecture                                                                                     Hydrodynamics and gas-liquid mass transfer in a partially aerated bubble                    13:30
         product and process design with supercritical fluids                                               column. liquid phase properties variation
         M. Petermann, E. Weidner, University of Bochum/D                                                   E.M. Cachaza, M.E. Diaz, F.J. Montes, M.A. Galán, University of Salamanca/E
                                                                                                            new approach for the design of three-phase flow reactors – the influence of                 14:00
                                                                                                            particle inertia on hydrodynamic behaviour of multiphase operations
                                                                                                            S. John, University of Bremen/D; U.-D. Kück, M. Schlüter, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D;
                                                                                                            N. Räbiger, University of Bremen/D
14:30    supercritical fluid technology for tailor-made aerogel particles                                   injection of heavy fuel oil and other auxiliary reduction agents into a blast               14:30
         M. Alnaief, C.A. García-González, S. Cumana, K. Wörmeyer, I. Smirnova, TU Hamburg-                 furnace raceway
         Harburg/D                                                                                          C. Jordan, M. Harasek, C. Maier, TU Vienna/A; C. Feilmayr, S. Schuster, voestalpine
                                                                                                            Stahl GmbH, Linz/A
15:00    Hollow fibers by electrospinning in supercritical carbon dioxide                                   micro-sensing of moisture and temperature distribution in thermally                         15:00
         A. Guenther, D. Freitag, W. Arlt, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg/D                               processed multiphase systems and modelling the diffusion kinetics using
                                                                                                            lattice-Boltzmann methods
                                                                                                            S. Mack, M.A. Hussein, T. Becker, TU München/D
15:30                                         Coffee break                                                                                         Coffee break                                         15:30
                            High pressure technology and processes                                                                         Multiphase systems
                                            reactors                                                                                     Multiphase measurements
Chair:   N.N.                                                                                               K.-O. Hinrichsen, TU München/D                                                              Chair:
16:00    Optimising cellulose hydrolysis process in hot pressurised water media.                            Characterisation of dynamic mixers by the optical measurement of droplet size               16:00
         reactor analysis                                                                                   distributions of emulsions
         D.A. Cantero, M.D. Bermejo, M.J. Cocero, University of Valladolid/E                                J. Hillmann, M. Sellerberg, P. Walzel, TU Dortmund/D
16:30    development of in situ monitoring technology for ammonothermal synthesis of                        Fiber-optical inline measurements of particle size distributions in fluidised bed           16:30
         gallium nitride                                                                                    agglomeration processes
         N.S.A. Alt, E. Schlücker, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg/D                                       C. Fischer, M. Peglow, E. Tsotsas, University of Magdeburg/D
17:00    ultra high pressure hydrogenation reactions in microreactors                                       spectroscopy of O/w-emulsions: more than particle size measurement?                         17:00
         B. Tidona, S. Desportes, ETH Zurich/CH; A. Urakawa, Institute of Chemical Research                 U. Fritsching, University of Bremen/D; J.L. de Paiva, R. Guardani, University of São
         of Catalonia, Tarragona/E; P. Rudolf von Rohr, ETH Zurich/CH                                       Paulo/BR; B. Glasse, University of Bremen/D
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                                                                                                     Hall 1
                                                                                           plenary leCture
Chair:                                                                          K. Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                                                   Chair:
09:00                                                          Biopharmaceutical process development: the shortcut to the market                                                                         09:00
                                                                           R.G. Werner, Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH/D
10:00                                                                                             Coffee break                                                                                           10:00
                                                 room 43                                                                                                Hall 7
                                         Functional materials                                                                                  Particle technology
                                                nano                                                                                               Fluidisation
Chair:   W. Meier, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                                  K.-E. Wirth, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg/D                                            Chair:
10:30    solution processed multilayer small molecule based Oleds                                             non-contact energy input in a fluidised bed                                                10:30
         K. Peters, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/D; S. Hartmann, D. Bertram, Philips               A. Stresing, L. Mörl, University of Magdeburg/D; M. Jacob, Glatt Ingenieurtechnik
         Technologie GmbH, Aachen/D; P. Scharfer, W. Schabel, Karlsruhe Institute of                          GmbH, Weimar/D; K. Walther, EMA-TEC GmbH, Sondershausen/D
         Technology (KIT)/D
11:00    surface functionalisation of toner particles via click chemistry for three                           aggregative behaviour in gas fluidisation of mechanically vibrated cohesive                11:00
         dimensional electro photography                                                                      powders
         C. Speyerer, University of Stuttgart/D; K. Borchers, G.E.M. Tovar, A. Weber, T. Hirth,               D. Barletta, M. Poletto, University of Salerno, Fisciano/I
         Fraunhofer IGB, Stuttgart/D
11:30    natural polymer-based aerogels: promising biodegradable nanostructured                               tanDeM lecture                                                                             11:30
         matrices for life sciences applications                                                              multi-scale simulation approach for the fluidised bed spray granulation
         C.A. García González, M. Alnaief, L. Pérez-Cantú, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D; M. Betz,                     process
         TU München/D; S. Cumana, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D; U. Kulozik, TU München/D;                             S. Heinrich, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D; J.A.M. Kuipers, TU Eindhoven/NL
         I. Smirnova, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D
12:00    synthesis of silver nanoparticles in melts of amphiphilic polyesters for
         antimicrobial applications
         S. Vasylyev, C. Damm, W. Peukert, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg/D
12:30                                           lunchtime                                                                                            lunchtime                                           12:30
                                         Functional materials                                                                                 Particle technology
                                               Polymer                                                                                       Particles and interfaces
Chair:   W. Meier, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                                  U. Teipel, Ohm University of Applied Sciences, Nuremberg/D                                 Chair:
13:30    drying and sorption behavior of water-borne polymer mixtures for biosensor                           applications of particle modifications in plasma systems                                   13:30
         films                                                                                                C. Roth, G. Oberbossel, A. Sonnenfeld, P. Rudolf von Rohr, ETH Zurich/CH
         S. Kachel, Y. Zhou, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/D; S. DuVall, Roche
         Diagnostics Operations, Inc., Indianapolis, IN/USA; P. Scharfer, W. Schabel, Karlsruhe
         Institute of Technology (KIT)/D
14:00    Quantitative analysis of mass transport parameters in crosslinked polymer                            surface functionalisation of mgO nanocubes: from a model system to an                      14:00
         systems                                                                                              optical material
         S. Jeck, P. Scharfer, W. Schabel, M. Kind, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/D                 A. Sternig, O. Diwald, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg/D; S. Stankic, F. Finocchi,
                                                                                                              INSP, Paris/F; J. Bernardi, TU Vienna/A
14:30    sum-frequency generation studies of particle surfaces and self-assembled                             surface modification of siO2 nanoparticles from the gas-phase for industrial               14:30
         monolayers                                                                                           applications
         A. Rumpel, W. Peukert, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg/D                                            Y.H. Sehlleier, T. Huelser, IUTA – Institut für Energie und Umwelttechnik e.V.,
                                                                                                              Duisburg/D; A. Abdali, H. Wiggers, C. Schulz, University of Duisburg-Essen/D
15:00    Hierarchically organised macroporous polymers synthesised from emulsion                              supercritical route for super hybrid nanomaterials                                         15:00
         templates stabilised by titania nanoparticles and surfactants                                        T. Adschiri, Tohoku University, Sendai/J
         L.C. Wong, V.O. Ikem, A. Menner, A. Bismarck, Imperial College London/UK
                                                                                                                                                    Coffee break                                         15:30
                                                                                                                                               Particle technology
                                                                                                                                                   Powder flow
                                                                                                              M. Poletto, University of Salerno/I                                                        Chair:
                                                                                                              determination of the macroscopic cohesion of fine powders by the rain-off                  16:00
                                                                                                              experiment
                                                                                                              R. Girimonte, B. Formisani, University of Calabria/I; G. Calvert, M. Ghadiri, University
                                                                                                              of Leeds/UK
                                                                                                              improvement of flowability of fine cohesive powders by flow additives                      16:30
                                                                                                              S. Kleinschmidt, J. Tomas, University of Magdeburg/D
                                                                                                              a new shear-elongation mixing laboratory preparation of polymer                            17:00
                                                                                                              nano-composites
                                                                                                              H. Benkreira, A. Khan, R. Patel, University of Bradford/UK
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                                                                                                 Hall 1
                                                                                          plenary leCture
Chair:                                                                       K. Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                                              Chair:
09:00                                                        Biopharmaceutical process development: the shortcut to the market                                                                   09:00
                                                                         R.G. Werner, Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH/D
10:00                                                                                         Coffee break                                                                                       10:00
                                              salon 15/16                                                                                      roofgarden
                            Assessment of processes sustainability                                                                Product design and engineering
                             Sustainability assessment of processes                                                                Simulation of particle formation
Chair:   A.Irabien, University of Cantabria, Santander/E                                                  J. Uhlemann, Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Leverkusen/D                              Chair:
10:30    analysis of parameter settings for a pCa-based method supporting sustainable                     dem-simulation of the normal and oblique impact of granules                            10:30
         decision making in early stages of process design                                                P. Müller, J. Tomas, University of Magdeburg/D
         S. Papadokonstantakis, A. Banimostafa, K. Hungerbühler, ETH Zurich/CH
11:00    exergetic evaluation of biobased synthesis pathways                                              particle breakage as a micro process in a stochastic simulation of fluidised           11:00
         P. Frenzel, S. Fayyaz, R. Hillerbrand, A. Pfennig, RWTH Aachen/D                                 bed spray agglomeration
                                                                                                          M. Dernedde, M. Peglow, E. Tsotsas, University of Magdeburg/D
11:30    Keynote lecture                                                                                  prediction of the dynamics of gel formation in superabsorbent polymer                  11:30
         evaluating process sustainability using flowsheet monitoring                                     synthesis
         W. Barrett, Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH/USA; J. van Baten,                   M.A.D. Gonçalves, V.D. Pinto, R.C.S. Dias, LSRE-Polytechnic Institute of Bragança/P;
         AmsterCHEM, Almería/E                                                                            M.R.P.F.N. Costa, LSRE-FEUP, Porto/P
                                                                                                          population modelling of particle formation from a drying nano suspension               12:00
                                                                                                          M. Naumann, M. Peglow, A. Bück, University of Magdeburg/D; D.L. Marchisio,
                                                                                                          Polytechnic University of Torino/I; E. Tsotsas, University of Magdeburg/D
12:30                                         lunchtime                                                                                         lunchtime                                        12:30
                                        Carbon capture                                                                           Product design and engineering
                                new absorbents for carbon capture                                                            Product design based on drying processes
Chair:   A. Bazzanella, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                         U. Bröckel, University of Applied Sciences Trier/D                                     Chair:
13:30    design of enhanced carbon dioxide absorption process using immobilised                           the use of induction heating for desorption from composite pellets                     13:30
         amines                                                                                           A. Zadrazil, F. Stepanek, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague/CZ
         Y. Algayer, M. Grünewald, T. Fieback, University of Bochum/D; U. Kunz, TU Clausthal/D
14:00    new washing fluids for CO2 capture: data estimation and process simulation                       experimental and analytical research of atmospheric freeze drying process              14:00
         using hyperbranched polymers                                                                     A. Troyankin, A. Katalevich, A. Zerkaev, N. Menshutina, University of Chemical
         W. Martini, R. Kühn, F. Roske, H. Arellano-Garcia, G. Wozny, TU Berlin/D                         Technology of Russia, Moscow/RUS; H. Leuenberger, Institute for Innovation in
                                                                                                          Industrial Pharmacy, Basel/CH
14:30    thermomorphic biphasic solvent for reducing the cost of post-combustion CO2                      pore-level moisture distribution in drying experiments – influence of different        14:30
         capture                                                                                          heating modes
         J. Zhang, R. Misch, D.W. Agar, TU Dortmund/D                                                     N. Vorhauer, T. Metzger, E. Tsotsas, University of Magdeburg/D
15:00                                                                                                     spray drying of glycine – effect of additives                                          15:00
                                                                                                          A. Sander, T. Penovic, T. Strmecky, University of Zagreb/HR
15:30                                        Coffee break                                                                                      Coffee break                                      15:30
                                        Carbon capture                                                                            Product design and engineering
                            capture of co2 by adsorption technologies                                                               Product design in life science
Chair:   A. Bazzanella, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                         W. Meier, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                    Chair:
16:00    pre-combustion CO2 capture by pressure swing adsorption                                          enzyme immobilisation on porous particles by means of the layer-by-layer               16:00
         J. Schell, N. Casas, L. Joss, ETH Zürich/CH; R. Blom, SINTEF, Oslo/N; M. Mazzotti,               technology
         ETH Zürich/CH                                                                                    L. Dähne, G. Egri, Surflay Nanotec GmbH, Berlin/D; P. Bubenheim, A. Hagedorn,
                                                                                                          TU Hamburg-Harburg/D; U. Sohling, F. Ruf, Süd-Chemie AG, Moosburg/D
16:30    Hydrogen production integrated with simultaneous CO2 sequestration on fly                        Formulation of β-carotene by precipitation from pressurised ethyl acetate-on-          16:30
         ashes from power plants                                                                          water emulsions for application as natural colorant
         E. Molga, R. Cherbanski, TU Warsaw/PL                                                            E. De Paz, Á. Martín, M.J. Cocero, University of Valladolid/E
17:00                                                                                                     mixed biopolymer particles providing new low-fat-milk products: processing             17:00
                                                                                                          and structure
                                                                                                          A. Krzeminski, J. Hinrichs, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart/D
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                                                                                      plenary leCture
Chair:                                                                      K. Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                                         Chair:
09:00                                                       Biopharmaceutical process development: the shortcut to the market                                                              09:00
                                                                        R.G. Werner, Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH/D
10:00                                                                                   Coffee break                                                                                       10:00
                                               room 42                                                                                    salon 17/18
                              Model-based process development                                                                PAT in biochemical engineering
                              Model-based process development I
Chair:   S. Engell, TU Dortmund/D                                                                    T. Becker, TU München/D                                                               Chair:
10:30    Keynote lecture                                                                             tanDeM lecture                                                                        10:30
         First-principles models in process and control strategy design                              Challenges and perspectives for process analytical technologies (pat) in life
         M. Luyben, DuPont Engineering Research & Technology, Salt End/UK                            sciences
                                                                                                     M. Rahe, Sartorius AG, Göttingen/D; T. Becker, TU München/D



11:30    integrated process and control design of a chemical reactor                                 Focussed beam reflectance measurement (FBrm) as an optical monitoring                 11:30
         C. de Prada, G. Gutierrez, D. Navia, University of Valladolid/E                             technique for bioprocesses
                                                                                                     J. Whelan, E. Murphy, P. Jeffers, A. Pearson, P. Kiernan, S. McDonnell, B. Glennon,
                                                                                                     University College Dublin/IRL
12:00    rigorous process models for (advanced) process control                                      Constant-yield control of continuous bioreactors                                      12:00
         J. Gerhard, M. Kawohl, B. Schramm, Evonik Industries AG, Marl/D                             G. Savoglidis, C. Kravaris, University of Patras/GR
12:30                                         lunchtime                                                                                   lunchtime                                        12:30
                              Model-based process development                                                                      Shaking technologies
                              Model-based process development II                                                                   Shaking technologies I
Chair:   G. Engl, Linde AG, Pullach/D                                                                J. Büchs, RWTH Aachen/D                                                               Chair:
13:30    plantwide control – identifying and switching between active constraint                     improved understanding of cultures on screening scale by characterisation of          13:30
         regions                                                                                     operating conditions and on-line measuring techniques
         M.G. Jacobsen, S. Skogestad, Norwegian University of Science and Technology,                J. Büchs, RWTH Aachen/D
         Trondheim/N
14:00    Control structure selection with regards to economic performance for static                 How to turn wells of microtiter plates into high-quality „mini-bioreactors“           14:00
         and dynamic disturbances with application to reactive distillation of methyl                W.A. Duetz, EnzyScreen BV, Leiden/NL
         acetate esterification
         L.C. Pham, S. Engell, TU Dortmund/D
14:30    self-optimising control design – a plant contractor‘s perspective                           Characterisation of the gas/liquid oxygen transfer in cylindrical orbital shaken      14:30
         S. Heldt, M. Pottmann, G. Engl, Linde AG, Pullach/D; G. Wozny, TU Berlin/D                  disposable bioreactors
                                                                                                     W. Kloeckner, C. Lattermann, R. Gacem, RWTH Aachen/D; T. Anderlei, Adolf Kühner
                                                                                                     AG, Biersfelden/CH; J. Buechs, RWTH Aachen/D
15:00    time-optimal control of emulsion co-polymerisation reactions                                From ml to 2500 liter: the story of tubespins and orbitally shaken bioreactors        15:00
         W. Mauntz, DuPont de Nemours Deutschland GmbH, Hamm/D; S. Krämer,                           for suspension cultures of CHO cells
         R. Gesthuisen, INEOS Köln GmbH/D; S. Engell, TU Dortmund/D                                  M. De Jesus, ExcellGene SA, Monthey/CH
                                                                                                                                         Coffee break                                      15:30
                                                                                                                                   Shaking technologies
                                                                                                                                   Shaking technologies II
                                                                                                     J. Büchs, RWTH Aachen/D                                                               Chair:
                                                                                                     shaken scale down models for large scale monoclonal antibody production               16:00
                                                                                                     process
                                                                                                     R. Puskeiler, C. Klinger, Roche Diagnostics Germany GmbH, Penzberg/D
                                                                                                     Feedback controlled carbon feeding in shakeflask scale: dissolved oxygen as           16:30
                                                                                                     a control variable
                                                                                                     M. Ischebeck, DSM Nutritional Products GmbH, Grenzach-Wyhlen/D
                                                                                                     towards superior bio-processes – shaken bioreactors in systems biotechnology          17:00
                                                                                                     J. Becker, S. Kind, R. Stellmacher, C. Wittmann, TU Braunschweig/D
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                                                                                                    Hall 1
                                                                                           plenary leCture
Chair:                                                                         K. Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                                                     Chair:
09:00                                                          Biopharmaceutical process development: the shortcut to the market                                                                          09:00
                                                                           R.G. Werner, Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH/D
10:00                                                                                         Coffee break                                                                                                10:00
                                               salon 13/14                                                                                             Hall 4
                               Renewables, biofuels and bioenergy                                                 Biomaterials engineering, nanomedicine and bio-nanoparticles
                                          Bio-alcohol                                                                    nanostructured materials: applications and toxicity
Chair:   R. Busch, Baden-Baden/D                                                                             G.N.M. Ferreira, University of Algarve, Faro/P                                               Chair:
10:30    detoxification of sulphide spent liquors for bioethanol fermentation employing                      immobilisation of hydrolytic enzymes onto functionalised carbon-based                        10:30
         ion exchange resins                                                                                 nanomaterials: structural and catalytic studies
         D.L.A. Fernandes, C.M. Silva, A.M.R.B. Xavier, D.V. Evtuguin, University of Aveiro/P                I.V. Pavlidis, University of Ioannina/GR; T. Vorhaben, University of Greifswald/D;
                                                                                                             D. Gournis, University of Ioannina/GR; U. Bornscheuer, University of Greifswald/D;
                                                                                                             H. Stamatis, University of Ioannina/GR
11:00    analysis of sugars and inhibitors obtained by the digestion of hardwood chips                       antibody-coated nanoparticles for in vitro and in vivo molecular tumor                       11:00
         for bioethanol production                                                                           imaging; construction of antibody conjugated nanoparticles for enhanced
         T. Llano, N. Quijorna, C. Rueda, R. Mendivil, B. Galan, A. Coz, University of Cantabria,            early diagnosis of e.g. prostate cancer
         Santander/E                                                                                         K. Werner, S. Johanning, T. Frahm, CAN GmbH, Hamburg/D; C. Schmidtke, H. Weller,
                                                                                                             University of Hamburg/D
11:30    Keynote lecture                                                                                     demonstration of reduced toxicity in the higher organisms by engineering                     11:30
         Cellulosic ethanol from agricultural residues – process development and                             nanoparticles
         challenges                                                                                          S. Pokhrel, University of Bremen/D; T. Xia, S. George, N. Li, H. Meng, S. Lin, X. Wang,
         A. Koltermann, M. Rarbach, J. Gerlach, Süd-Chemie AG, Munich/D                                      A.E. Nel, Y. Zhao, D. Schoenfeld, University of California, Los Angeles, CA/USA; T. Sagar,
                                                                                                             V. Castranova, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Los Angeles,
                                                                                                             CA/USA; Z. Ji, J.I. Zink, University of California, Los Angeles, CA/USA; L. Mädler,
                                                                                                             University of Bremen/D
                                                                                                             new applications for star-shaped cationic polymers with magnetic core                        12:00
                                                                                                             respective to purification and non-viral gene delivery
                                                                                                             A. Schallon, V. Jérôme, R. Freitag, A.P. Majewski, C.V. Synatschke, H. Schmalz,
                                                                                                             A.H.E. Müller, University of Bayreuth
12:30                                          lunchtime                                                                                            lunchtime                                             12:30
                               Renewables, biofuels and bioenergy                                                 Biomaterials engineering, nanomedicine and bio-nanoparticles
                                    Hydrothermal processes I                                                                             new biomaterials
Chair:   J. Michels, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                               O.R.T. Thomas, University of Birmingham/UK                                                   Chair:
13:30    supercritical water gasification of glycerol to produce dimethylether                               Keynote lecture                                                                              13:30
         L. Van der Ham, H. Van den Berg, W. Den Hartogh, S. Kumar, M. Luimes,                               Fabrication of giant nanomembranes as a 2d nanomaterial
         M. Van Schagen, University of Twente, Enschede/NL                                                   H. Watanabe, A. Fujimoto, Kyushu University, Fukuoka/J; T. Kunitake, Institute of
                                                                                                             Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN), Saitama/J; A. Takahara, Kyushu University,
14:00    influence of additives and heating rate on the hydrothermal carbonisation of biomass
                                                                                                             Fukuoka/J
         M. Liebeck, A. Drochner, H. Vogel, TU Darmstadt/D
14:30    Biomass steam processing towards biocoal – an alternative to hydrothermal                           poly-lacnac and galectins as mediators for cell adhesion on biomaterial                      14:30
         carbonisation and pyrolysis                                                                         surfaces
         D. Reichert, B. Genova, J. Steinbrück, M. Rossbach, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology               C. Rech, M. Beer, Ch. Römer, M. Möller, RWTH Aachen/D; J. Groll, Würzburg
         (KIT)/D; L. Walz, Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Karlsruhe/D; H. Bockhorn, Karlsruhe                 University/D; L. Elling, RWTH Aachen/D
         Institute of Technology (KIT)/D
15:00    Hydrothermal gasification of wet biomass for sng production: optimisation of                        uHV-alginate for cell therapy and cell engineering                                           15:00
         salt separation and preheating                                                                      F. Ehrhart, Fraunhofer IBMT, St. Ingbert/D; T. Böse, J.C. Schulz, Saarland University,
         J.B. Müller, M. Dennerlein, M. Schubert, F. Vogel, Paul-Scherrer-Institut,                          Saarbrücken/D; J.A. Vásque, Universidad Catholica del Norte, Coquimbo/RCH;
         Villigen PSI/CH                                                                                     H. Zimmermann, Saarland University, Saarbrücken/D
15:30                                         Coffee break                                                                                         Coffee break                                           15:30
                               Renewables, biofuels and bioenergy                                                                             Tissue engineering
                                    Hydrothermal processes II
Chair:   J. Michels, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                               K. Schürrle, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                       Chair:
16:00    process development for biochar fertilizer production                                               Human hair follicle equivalents in vitro for chip based substance testing                    16:00
         Th. Rieckmann, K. Besse, Cologne University of Applied Sciences/D; S. Völker,                       I. Wagner, R. Horland, G. Lindner, K. Cierpka, B. Atac, E.M. Materne, S. Hoffmann,
         University of Kassel/D                                                                              M. Gruchow, TU Berlin/D; F. Sonntag, U. Klotzbach, Fraunhofer IWS, Berlin/D;
                                                                                                             R. Lauster, U. Marx, TU Berlin/D
16:30    growth rate dependencies in population balances for high temperature                                Characterisation of polyelectrolyte capsules in terms of the development of a                16:30
         devolatilisation of biomass                                                                         microenvironment for primary t-lymphocytes
         F. Kretschmer, V.K. Surasani, A. Bück, M. Peglow, E. Tsotsas, University of                         M. Werner, V. Jérôme, University of Bayreuth/D; K. Zambrano, H. Hübner, University of
         Magdeburg/D                                                                                         Erlangen-Nuremberg/D; R. Buchholz, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg/D; R. Freitag,
                                                                                                             University of Bayreuth/D
17:00    Conversion of biomass based slurries in an atmospheric entrained flow                                                                                                                            17:00
         gasifier
         S. Fleck, U. Santo, R. Navatta, P. Stoesser, M. Flamme, T. Kolb, Karlsruhe Institute of
         Technology (KIT)/D
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                                                                                         plenary leCture
Chair:                                                                        K. Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D                                                                                 Chair:
09:00                                                         Biopharmaceutical process development: the shortcut to the market                                                                      09:00
                                                                          R.G. Werner, Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH/D
10:00                                                                                         Coffee break                                                                                           10:00
                                              salon 11/12                                                                                          Hall 10
                               Biocatalysis and biotransformation                                                                    Bioengineering at the µ-scale
                                         Immobilisation II                                                                           Bioengineering at the µ-scale II
Chair:   J.M. Woodley, TU Denmark, Lyngby/DK                                                               L. Hilterhaus, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D                                                       Chair:
10:30    reactivity characterisation of immobilized lipase (Candida rugosa and                             Bioengineering at the µ-scale – microreactors as screening tools for biological           10:30
         Rhizopus arrhizus) in hydrophobic porous carrier                                                  processes
         M. Naya, M. Imai, Nihon University, Fujisawa/J                                                    G. Peterat, A. Edlich, S. Demming, S. Büttgenbach, H. Schmolke, C.-P. Klages, R. Krull,
                                                                                                           E. Franco-Lara, TU Braunschweig/D
11:00    enzymatic oxidation of phenols by immobilised peroxidiase and tyrosinase                          scale down from shake flasks into microtiter plates: cultivation of Trichoderma           11:00
         E. Sulman, A. Sidorov, B. Tikhonov, M. Sulman, TU Tver/RUS                                        reesei under consideration of a comparable oxygen supply
                                                                                                           H. Giese, RWTH Aachen/D; R.W.J. Hommes, P. Kruithof, Genencor International B.V.,
                                                                                                           Leiden/NL; K. Meier, J. Büchs, RWTH Aachen/D
11:30    Biocatalysis and enzyme immobilisation as keys to improve synthesis of a                          µ-hollow fiber membrane module for bubble-free aeration of enzymatic                      11:30
         chiral-pharmaceutical intermediate                                                                oxidation reactions
         S. Kurjatschij, M. Bertau, TU Freiberg/D                                                          D. Kaufhold, F. Kopf, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D; C. Wolff, University of Hanover/D;
                                                                                                           L. Hilterhaus, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D; S. Beutel, T. Scheper, University of Hanover/D;
                                                                                                           M. Schlüter, A. Liese, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D
12:00    immobilised phospholipases for enzymatic oil degumming                                            numerical approximations of the mathematical model for enzymatic oxidation                12:00
         U. Sohling, K. Suck, F. Ruf, Süd-Chemie AG, Moosburg/D                                            of l-dOpa in microreactor
                                                                                                           A. Tusek, A. Salic, A. Pticar, B. Zelic, Z. Kurtanjek, University of Zagreb/HR
12:30                                          lunchtime                                                                                          lunchtime                                          12:30
                               Biocatalysis and biotransformation                                                                         Membrane technology
                                 enzyme and process optimisation                                                                          Membrane technology I
Chair:   M. Ansorge-Schumacher, TU Berlin/D                                                                D. Melzner, Sartorius Stedim Biotech GmbH, Göttingen/D                                    Chair:
13:30    Changing chemoselectivity for alpha-keto acid decarboxylase (Kdca) catalysed                      small-molecule stimulus responsive membrane with reversible gating function               13:30
         carboligation by reaction and protein engineering                                                 T. Schäfer, C.V. Özalp, University of the Basque Country, Donostia-San Sebastian/E
         P. Prühs, L. Hilterhaus, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D; M. McLeish, Indiana University,
         Indianapolis, IN/USA; A. Liese, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D
         protein engineering of a gamma-cyclodextrin glucanotransferase by directed                        a validated model for protein purification with affinity membranes                        14:00
         evolution – combination of error-prone pCr und gene shuffling                                     S. Dimartino, University of Canterbury, Christchurch/NZ; C. Boi, G.C. Sarti, University
         S. Washeim, C. Foellner, W. Zimmermann, University of Leipzig/D                                   of Bologna/I
14:30    tandem conversion of waste glycerol to esters                                                     membrane emulsification technology for the controlled manufacturing of                    14:30
         A. Lapkin, V. Sans, University of Warwick, Coventry/UK; G. Stephens, University of                biofunctional emulsion particles
         Nottingham/UK                                                                                     E. Piacentini, L. Giorno, University of Calabria, Rende/I
15:00    the styrene oxide isomerase from Rhodococcus opacus 1Cp – an active and                           development and characterisation of a novel hollow fiber bioreactor                       15:00
         stable enzyme with high biotechnological potential                                                C. Wolff, University of Hanover/D; D. Kaufhold, F. Kopf, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D;
         M. Oelschlägel, J.A.D. Gröning, D. Tischler, S.R. Kaschabek, M. Schlömann,                        S. Beutel, University of Hanover/D; A. Liese, M. Schlüter, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D;
         TU Freiberg/D                                                                                     T. Scheper, University of Hanover/D
15:30                                        Coffee break                                                                                        Coffee break                                        15:30
                             Biocatalysis and biotransformation                                                                           Membrane technology
                          non-conventional media & reaction conditions                                                                    Membrane technology II
Chair:   A. Liese, TU Hamburg-Harburg/D                                                                    G.C. Sarti, University of Bologna/I                                                       Chair:
16:00    enzymatic esterification of biolubricants in organic solvents, ionic liquids and                  potential for membranes offering economic benefits in industrial biotechnology            16:00
         in solvent-free systems                                                                           K. Jevons, Koch Membrane Systems, Inc., Stafford/UK; M. Awe, Koch Membrane
         T. Bányai, K. Bélafi-Bakó, L. Gubicza, P. Cserjési, University of Pannonia, Veszprém/H            Systems, Inc., Aachen/D
16:30    enzyme catalysis in organic solvents – influence of pressure, temperature and                     Organic solvent nanofiltration – a high performance technology for natural                16:30
         solvent composition                                                                               products processing
         D. Herbst, S. Peper, B. Niemeyer, Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg/D                            V. Koleva, Evonik MET Ltd, Wembley/UK; E. Simeonov, University of Chemical
                                                                                                           Technology and Metallurgy (UCTM), Sofia/BG; G. Baumgarten, Evonik Industries AG,
                                                                                                           Marl/D; A.T. Boam, Evonik MET Ltd, Wembley/UK
17:00    microwave assisted biocatalysis employing a recombinant β1-3-galactosidase                        removal of ethyl acetate from air in a membrane bioreactor                                17:00
         from Bacillus circulans                                                                           F.J. Alvarez-Hornos, D. Volckaert, P.M. Heynderickx, H. Van Langenhove,
         C. Kamerke, L. Elling, RWTH Aachen/D                                                              Ghent University/B
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                                                                                                                          Be rli n · Sept em Ber 2 5–2 9, 2 01 1
                                          plenary leCture
Chair:                         K. Wagemann, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D
09:00          Biopharmaceutical process development: the shortcut to the market
                           R.G. Werner, Boehringer Ingelheim GmbH/D
10:00                                        Coffee break
                                                 Hall 5
                                      Bioprocess engineering
                                          Bioprocesses IV
Chair:   D. Weuster-Botz, TU München/D
10:30    Hyaluronic acid production in metabolically-engineered Lactococcus lactis
         nZ9000: bioreactor studies, modeling and metabolic flux analysis
         N. Sanghe, S.B. Prasad, K.B. Ramachandran, G. Jayaraman, Indian Institute of
         Technology, Madras/IND
11:00    Biosynthesis of lovastatin and (+)-geodin by Aspergillus terreus on mixtures of
         lactose and glycerol in a batch stirred tank bioreactor
         M. Pecyna, M. Bizukojc, TU Lodz/PL
11:30    Controlled plasmid copy number in Escherichia coli for high yield protein
         expression
         M. Telaar, K. Friehs, E. Flaschel, University of Bielefeld/D
12:00    Cultivation of different aerobic and anaerobic microorganisms in a disposable
         bag reactor system
         P. Jonczyk, S. Beutel, I. Bice, T. Scheper, University of Hanover/D
12:30                                         lunchtime
                                     Bioprocess engineering
                                     Modelling and optimisation
Chair:   G. Schembecker, TU Dortmund/D
13:30    development of a generalised mathematical model for the application in
         adaptive process controllers in biotechnology
         S. Schwarz, M. Herbst, Bremen University of Applied Sciences/D; R. Pörtner,
         TU Hamburg-Harburg/D; M. Winterhalter, Jacobs University Bremen/D; V.C. Hass,
         Bremen University of Applied Sciences/D
14:00    From 1d to 2d acoustic signal pattern recognition techniques for determination
         and monitoring of bio-mixtures processes
         W.B. Hussein, M.A. Hussein, T. Becker, TU München/D
14:30    process simulation and response surface analysis as tool for the systematic
         design and optimisation of biotechnological processes
         K. Sulzbacher, G. Schembecker, TU Dortmund/D
15:00    detection, quantification and propagation of uncertainty in high throughput
         experimentation by monte-Carlo methods
         A. Osberghaus, P. Baumann, J. Hubbuch, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/D
15:30                                        Coffee break
                                    Bioprocess engineering
                             Measurement and monitoring (sensors) III
Chair:   K. Tiemann, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt/D
16:00    Oxygen transfer rate and interfacial area of small-scale bioreactors determined
         by real-time optical sulphite method
         M. Opletal, J. Sima, M. Kordac, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague/CZ
16:30    evaluation of different spectroscopic methods for quantitative analysis during
         cultivation processes
         M. Sandor, D. Solle, M. Buering, S. Beutel, T. Scheper, University of Hanover/D;
         D. Tischer, C. Grimm, C. Endres, D. Riechers, Sartorius AG, Göttingen/D
17:00    determination of morphologic differences of Lactobacillus acidophilus using
         Ftir-spectroscopy and chemometric model
         S. Castritius, Research and Teaching Institute for Brewing in Berlin (VLB)/D; M. Senz,
         J. Bader, TU Berlin/D; D. Harms, Research and Teaching Institute for Brewing in
         Berlin (VLB)/D; U. Stahl, TU Berlin/D

				
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