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P 1.1.01
Study of mesenchymal stem cells adhesion using experimental and molecular modelling approaches
Poster FlashTalk 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
I. Gaye Presenter Laboratoire Réactions et Génie des Procédés, Université de Lorraine, CNRS, LRGPL. Chebil Laboratoire Réactions et Génie des Procédés, Université de Lorraine, CNRS, LRGP
P 1.1.02
Extension of COSMO-RS to Electrolyte Solutions
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
F. Eckert Presenter Dassault SystemesA. Klamt Dassault SystemesA. González de Castilla Hamburg University of Technology, Institute of Thermal Separation ProcessesS. Müller Hamburg University of Technology, Institute of Thermal Separation Processes
P 1.1.03
Developing a semi-parametric model for bioprocess dynamic simulation and uncertainty prediction
Poster FlashTalk 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
F. Vega Ramon Presenter The University of ManchesterT. Savage The University of ManchesterE. del Río Chanona Imperial College LondonD. Zhang The University of Manchester
P 1.1.04
Controlling Plant Shutdowns
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
F. Omota Presenter Fluor B.V.A. Fijan Fluor B.V.
P 1.1.05
Automated high-throughput strain characterisation: From the frozen working cell bank to the final product assay
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
L. Helleckes Presenter Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHC. Müller Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHH. Czech Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHW. Wiechert Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHM. Oldiges Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P 1.1.06
Protein hydrolysis: Prediction of hydrolysate composition kinetic through size-exclusion chromatography
Poster FlashTalk 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
N. Kaugarenia Presenter LRGP, University of LorraineS. Beaubier LRGP, University of LorraineX. Framboisier LRGP, University of LorraineF. Lesage LRGP, University of LorraineR. Kapel LRGP, University of Lorraine
P 1.1.07
A 3D-printed microfluidic gradient generator for parallelization of porous silicon-based sensor systems
Poster FlashTalk 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
J. Preuß Presenter Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Technische ChemieC. Heuer Presenter Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Technische ChemieM. Buttkewitz Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Technische ChemieJ. Bahnemann Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Technische Chemie
P 1.1.08
CFD Simulation of a Continuous High-Pressure Polymerization Reactor
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
L. Gockel Presenter TU DarmstadtJ. Degenkolb TU DarmstadtM. Busch TU Darmstadt
P 1.1.09
Kalman Filter-based soft sensors for biomass, glucose and acetate in parallel Escherichia coli mini-bioreactor fed-batch fermentations
Poster FlashTalk 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
A. Kemmer Presenter Technische Universität BerlinN. Fischer Technische Universität BerlinT. Wilms Technische Universität BerlinS. Hans Technische Universität BerlinR. King Technische Universität BerlinP. Neubauer Technische Universität BerlinM. Cruz-Bournazou Technische Universität Berlin
P 1.1.10
Automated Monitoring of Cell Culture by Headspace analysis using GC-IMS
Poster FlashTalk 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
P. Lebhardt Presenter Fraunhofer IPAJ. Horbelt Fraunhofer IPAJ. Langejürgen Fraunhofer IPA
P 1.1.11
COGNIPLANT – Digitization of the European Process Industry
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
M. Kreitmeir Presenter Technical University of MunichL. Schönfeld Technical University of MunichF. Sippl Technical University of MunichS. Rehfeldt Technical University of MunichH. Klein Technical University of Munich
P 1.1.12
Decomposition and Pressure Relief Scenarios in the Context of the High-Pressure Polymerization Process
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
M. Imhoff Presenter Technische Universität DarmstadtM. Busch Technische Universität Darmstadt
P 1.1.13
Heat transfer performance of Fixed-bed reactors made of open-cell metallic foam pellets
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
G. George Presenter Clausthal University of Technology - Institute of Chemical and Electrochemical Process EngineeringM. Bockelmann CUTEC Clausthaler Umwelttechnik ForschungszentrumL. Schmalhorst Alantum Europe GmbHD. Beton Alantum Europe GmbHA. Gerstle Alantum Europe GmbHL. Torkuhl Alantum Europe GmbHA. Lindermeir CUTEC Clausthaler Umwelttechnik ForschungszentrumG. Wehinger Clausthal University of Technology - Institute of Chemical and Electrochemical Process Engineering
P 1.1.14
CFD of a bubble cap tray for gas purification from SO2 by absorption-adsorption process
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
S. Panyovska Presenter Institute of Chemical Engineering at the Bulgarian Academy of SciencesD. Dzhonova - Atanasova Institute of Chemical Engineering at the Bulgarian Academy of SciencesE. Razkazova - Velkova Institute of Chemical Engineering at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
P 1.1.15
Process and Reactor Optimization via a Combined 3D Printing and Modeling Approach for Continuous Polymerization
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
K. Zentel Presenter Universität Hamburg (UHH)A. Reinbeck Universität Hamburg (UHH)S. Hapke Universität Hamburg (UHH)C. Deckert Universität Hamburg (UHH)W. Pauer Universität Hamburg (UHH)G. Luinstra Universität Hamburg (UHH)
P 1.1.16
Mathematical determination of d-tagatose 3-epimirase inactivation during continuous allulose production and prediction of necessary enzyme titration for constant product yield
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
C. Scheeren Presenter Pfeifer & Langen GmbH & Co. KGM. Dülfer Savanna Ingredients GmbHT. Häßler Pfeifer & Langen GmbH & Co. KG
P 1.1.17
CFD-DEM analysis of the transition from fixed to fluidized beds for different initial configurations
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
F. Marchelli Presenter University of GenovaR. Di Felice University of Genova
P 1.1.18
Reproducing dynamic environment in microfluidic single-cell cultivation based on computational lifeline analysis
Poster FlashTalk 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
P. Ho Presenter Forschungszetrum JülichS. Täuber Universität BielefeldA. Grünberger Universität BielefeldE. von Lieres Forschungszetrum Jülich
P 1.1.19
Heat transfer in radially-arranged packings of arbitrary shaped material: a computational study
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
N. Di Pasquale Presenter University of ManchesterG. Boccardo Politecnico di TorinoD. Marchisio Politecnico di Torino
P 1.1.20
Fluid dynamic analytical model of CO2 methanation in a microreactor with potential application in Power-to-Gas technology
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
I. Fuentes Presenter Universidad de ChileF. Gracia Universidad de Chile
P 1.1.21
Effect of homogenisation on fat droplets and viscosity of aged ice cream mixes
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
C. Cruz Presenter School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, The University of ManchesterC. P. Fonte School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, The University of ManchesterA. De-Simone Unilever R&D Colworth ParkF. Oppong Unilever R&D Colworth ParkW. Jeatt Unilever R&D Colworth ParkT. Rodgers School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science, The University of Manchester
P 1.1.22
Development of mathematical model to predict crosslink density in (complex) hydrogel systems
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
T. Kopač Presenter University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical TechnologyA. Ručigaj University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical TechnologyM. Krajnc University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology
P 1.1.23
Experiment and modelling on the crystal layer growth of a static melt crystallizer
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
B. Zhang Presenter Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of SciencesJ. Cheng Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of SciencesC. Yang Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences
P 1.1.25
Mass Transport Processes in a Microstructured Membrane Reactor for the Hydrogen Peroxide Direct Synthesis
Poster 1.1. Modelling, Measurement & Process Control
L. Trinkies Presenter Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)A. Düll Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)B. Deschner Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)M. Kraut Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)R. Dittmeyer Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P 2.1.01
Nanosized Particles of Yttrium Aluminium Garnet Synthesis in a Micro Vortex Jets Reactor
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
R. Abiev Presenter St Petersburg State Institute of TechnologyA. Zdravkov Grebenshchikov Institute of Silicate Chemistry, Russian Academy of SciencesY. Kudrjashova Grebenshchikov Institute of Silicate Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences
P 2.1.02
Valorization of Hemicelluloses via Catalytic Selective Oxidation of Arabinose on Gold Catalysts: Process Design and Techno-Economic Assessment
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
M. Hachhach Presenter Johan Gadolin Process Chemistry Centre, Åbo Akademi UniversityD. Sladkovskiy St Petersburg State Institute of TechnologyD. Murzin Johan Gadolin Process Chemistry Centre, Åbo Akademi UniversityT. Salmi Johan Gadolin Process Chemistry Centre, Åbo Akademi University
P 2.1.04
Micromixing and nanosized particles synthesis in the Free Impinging Jets Microreactors
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
A. Sirotkin Presenter Saint Petersburg State Institute of Technology, Russian Federation, 190013 Saint Petersburg, Moskovsky prospect, 26R. Abiev Saint Petersburg State Institute of Technology, Russian Federation, 190013 Saint Petersburg, Moskovsky prospect, 26
P 2.1.05
A new experimental method to explore instantaneous and local transmembrane pressure within dynamic filtration module
Poster FlashTalk 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
M. CHENG Presenter INSA ToulouseC. Le Men CNRSA. Line INSA ToulouseP. Schmitz INSA ToulouseL. Fillaudeau INRAE
P 2.1.06
Wastewater aeration system with novel conical mixer
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
A. Grigoreva Presenter St.Petersburg State Institute of Technology (Technical University)R. Abiev St.Petersburg State Institute of Technology (Technical University)
P 2.1.07
Equilibrium of the liquid-phase synthesis of sec-butyl levulinate by esterification of levulinic acid with 1-butene
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
J. Badia Presenter Universitat de Barcelona
P 2.1.08
Design of floating biocarriers for the cultivation of filamentous fungi
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
L. Wommer Presenter Trier University of Applied SciencesW. Soerjawinata Trier University of Applied SciencesI. Kockler Trier University of Applied SciencesR. Ulber Technical University KaiserslauternP. Kampeis Trier University of Applied Sciences
P 2.1.09
Instant Controlled Pressure-Drop (DIC) vessel as heat treatment reactor for the destruction of bacterial spores
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
Z. Hazime Presenter Univ. Bretagne SudC. BESOMBES La Rochelle UniversitéK. ALLAF La Rochelle UniversitéR. CHEVROT La Rochelle UniversitéJ. LANOISELLE Univ. Bretagne Sud
P 2.1.10
Experimental Study of an Integrated Membrane Reactor Cascade with Flow Reversal for the Dehydrogenation of Propane
Poster FlashTalk 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
A. Brune Presenter Otto von Guericke University, Institute of Process Engineering and Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Process EngineeringA. Geschke Otto von Guericke University MagdeburgA. Seidel-Morgenstern Otto von Guericke University MagdeburgC. Hamel Otto von Guericke University, Institute of Process Engineering and Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Process Engineering
P 2.1.11
Design of a bioprocess for the recombinant production of peptide-based antibiotics in P. pastoris
Poster FlashTalk 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
L. Michel Presenter HAW HamburgA. Thoma HAW HamburgS. Noll HAW HamburgJ. Andrä HAW HamburgG. Cornelissen HAW Hamburg
P 2.1.12
Direct synthesis of functionalized biphenyls via catalyst-free photoreaction in a capillary microreactor
Poster FlashTalk 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
C. Deckers Presenter Fraunhofer IMMT. Rehm Fraunhofer IMM
P 2.1.13
Towards a biotechnological production process of propionic acid with Propionibacterium freudenreichii
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
A. Grego Presenter Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHS. Noack Forschungszentrum Jülich (FZJ) GmbH
P 2.1.14
Continuous online measurement of biohydrogen production from renewable resources in a parallel hyperthermophilic fermentation system
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
B. Rothkranz Presenter Bioprocess Engineering, FH Aachen - University of Applied ScienceN. Tippkötter Bioprocess Engineering, FH Aachen - University of Applied Science
P 2.1.15
Purification of Industrial Waste Air Using a Consortium of Microorganisms in a Sustainable Biotrickling Filter
Poster FlashTalk 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
J. Eckert Presenter Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied SciencesL. Gredmaier Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied SciencesS. Grüner-Lempart Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied SciencesN. Schneller Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied SciencesC. Bastos Inoue Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences
P 2.1.16
Impregnation of Lava Stones as Carrier Material for Biofilms Promoting Sustainable Waste Air Purification Technologies
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
J. Eckert Presenter Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied SciencesS. Grüner-Lempart Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied SciencesL. Algner Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied SciencesM. Schübel Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences
P 2.1.17
Continuous Grignard formation and Grignard reaction set-up
Poster FlashTalk 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
E. Deitmann Presenter Fraunhofer - IMML. Gössl Fraunhofer - IMMP. Löb Fraunhofer - IMMG. Menges-Flanagan Fraunhofer - IMMD. Reinhard Fraunhofer - IMMD. Ziegenbalg Universität Ulm
P 2.1.18
A Multiscale Investigation of the Spray Drying Process
Poster FlashTalk 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
M. Buchholz Presenter Technische Universität Hamburg (TUHH)J. Haus BASF SED. Weis BASF SES. Pietsch Technische Universität Hamburg (TUHH)F. Kleine Jäger BASF SES. Heinrich Technische Universität Hamburg
P 2.1.19
Characterization of the molecular weight and the G / M ratio of the alginate produced by Azotobacter vinelandii
Poster FlashTalk 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
B. Ponce Presenter Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoF. Sanchez-Rosales Universidad Nacional de Agricultura R. Andler Universidad Católica del MauleA. Díaz-Barrera Presenter Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaiso
P 2.1.20
Facilitated Detection of Endospores of Bacillus spp. by Colorimetric Assay and Software-Based Microscopy
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
R. Lühning Presenter Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Technische ChemieS. Beutel Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Technische Chemie
P 2.1.21
A complete and simplified kinetic model of the succinic acid bioproduction from xylose by Actinobacillus succinogenes
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
I. Arias Escanciano Presenter Complutense University of MadridM. Ladero Complutense University of MadridV. Santos Complutense University of MadridF. Garcia-Ochoa Complutense University of Madrid
P 2.1.22
MACBETH BOC-Case: Enzymatic EPA/DHA enrichment in fish oil
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
D. Liese Presenter Enzymicals AG
P 2.1.23
Droplet-based micro-bioreactor with integrated online sensors for process development and cell-based assays
Poster FlashTalk 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
K. Viebrock Presenter TU Braunschweig - Institute of Biochemical EngineeringA. Drogge TU Braunschweig - Institute of Biochemical EngineeringL. Frey TU Braunschweig - Institute of Biochemical EngineeringD. Rabl Graz University of Technology - Institute of Analytical Chemistry and Food ChemistryS. Meinen TU Braunschweig - Institute of MicrotechnologyA. Dietzel TU Braunschweig - Institute of MicrotechnologyT. Mayr Graz University of Technology - Institute of Analytical Chemistry and Food ChemistryR. Krull TU Braunschweig - Institute of Biochemical Engineering
P 2.1.24
Basic Investigation of 3D-printed Mini Bioreactors
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
J. Rehfeld Presenter Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Technische ChemieL. Kuhnke Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Technische ChemieS. Beutel Leibniz Universität Hannover / Institut für Technische Chemie
P 2.1.25
Mass transfer effect on photocatalytic water splitting process
Poster FlashTalk 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
P. Li Presenter Ulm UniversityD. Kowalczyk Ulm UniversityD. Ziegenbalg Ulm University
P 2.1.27
Production of fuels and raw material by co-pyrolysis of mixtures of several types of wastes
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
F. Pinto National Laboratory for energy and geology LNEGA. Pires National Laboratory for energy and geology LNEGT. P. Silva Presenter National Laboratory for energy and geology LNEGF. Paradela National Laboratory for energy and geology LNEGP. Costa National Laboratory for energy and geology LNEGS. M. Paixão National Laboratory for energy and geology LNEGL. Alves National Laboratory for energy and geology LNEG
P 2.1.28
Smart and Surface-enhanced 3D-printed Structures for Biocatalytic Applications
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
D. Eixenberger Presenter Hamburg University of Technology - Institute of Technical BiocatalysisA. Dawood Hamburg University of Technology - Institute of Technical BiocatalysisA. Liese Hamburg University of Technology - Institute of Technical Biocatalysis
P 2.1.29
Thermal aging and rheological behavior of xanthan gum in formate brines
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
M. Martín-Alfonso Presenter University of HuelvaF. Martinez-Boza University of Huelva
P 2.1.30
Computational fluid dynamics of degradation of platinum wire during ammonia oxidation process
Poster FlashTalk 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
Ł. Makowski Warsaw University of TechnologyM. Tyrański Presenter Warsaw University of TechnologyW. Orciuch Warsaw University of TechnologyM. Wróbel Warsaw University of Technology
P 2.1.31
Incorporation of noncanonical amino acids into hard-to-express antibody fragments: expression and characterization
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
H. Hanaee Ahvaz Presenter University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU)M. Cserjan-Puschmann University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU)C. Tauer University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU)G. Striedner University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU)
P 2.1.32
IMPROVING MANUFACTURING OF POLYVINYL CHLORIDE VIA CATALYTIC DECOMPOSITION OF PEROXIDES
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
Y. Zouhri Presenter Vynova/université de lilleT. Lasuye Vynova mazingarbeA. Mortreux Université de LilleY. Champouret Université de LilleM. Visseaux Université de Lille
P 2.1.33
Boosting Biocementation: Using an automated high-throughput microbioreactor system to improve bacteria cultivation for Microbial Induced Calcite Precipitation
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
F. Lapierre Presenter Hochschule MünchenR. Huber Hochschule München
P 2.1.34
Evaluation and Commissioning of a Reactive Centrifuge
Poster FlashTalk 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
F. Meyer Presenter Hamburg University of Technology, HamburgA. Liese Hamburg University of Technology, HamburgM. Skiborowski Hamburg University of Technology, HamburgP. Bubenheim Hamburg University of Technology, HamburgT. Waluga Hamburg University of Technology, Hamburg
P 2.1.35
Development of a new suspension avian cell culture process for the production of a live-attenuated hMPV/hRSV vaccine: studies on growth, metabolism and up-scaling.
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
V. Tingaud Presenter LAGEPP/University of Claude Bernard Lyon 1C. Bordes LAGEPP/University of Claude Bernard Lyon 1C. Cogné LAGEPP/University of Claude Bernard Lyon 1E. Al mouazen LAGEPP/University of Claude Bernard Lyon 1C. Chupin CIRI UCBL1 ENS INSERM U1111 CNRS, Virologie et Pathologie Humaine, Faculté de médecine LaennecJ. Dubois CIRI UCBL1 ENS INSERM U1111 CNRS, Virologie et Pathologie Humaine, Faculté de médecine LaennecP. Lawton LAGEPP/University of Claude Bernard Lyon 1
P 2.1.36
Establishment of fermentation strategies for glucolipid production with the marine bacterium Alcanivorax borkumensis
Poster FlashTalk 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
T. Karmainski Presenter RWTH Aachen UniversityM. Dielentheis-Frenken RWTH Aachen UniversityT. Tiso RWTH Aachen UniversityL. Blank RWTH Aachen University
P 2.1.37
Dual online monitoring, image analysis and rheological characterization aid morphology engineering of filamentous actinomycetes producing active pharmaceutical ingredients
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
J. Lohr Presenter TU BraunschweigR. Hanke Presenter RWTH Aachen UniversityS. Tesche TU BraunschweigL. Fillaudeau Université de ToulouseJ. Cescut Université de ToulouseJ. Büchs RWTH Aachen UniversityR. Krull TU Braunschweig
P 2.1.38
PETR – A Novel Bioreactor for Continuous in-vitro Cultivation of Intestinal Microbiota
Poster FlashTalk 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
D. Vorländer Presenter Technische Universität BraunschweigG. Schultz Technische Universität BraunschweigD. Rasch Technische Universität BraunschweigA. Spieß Technische Universität BraunschweigK. Dohnt Technische Universität Braunschweig
P 2.1.39
Study of the ultrasound benefits on the production of polyurethanes
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
A. Bampouli Presenter KULeuvenA. de Schutter KULeuvenT. Van Gerven KULeuven
P 2.1.40
Investigation of Imidazolium-based complexing agent nature influence on reduction of energy demand for HCl electrolysis
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
A. Rupnik Presenter National Institute of Chemistry LjubljanaG. Veryasov TOTALN. Nesterenko TOTALB. Likozar National Institute of Chemistry LjubljanaM. Grilc National Institute of Chemistry Ljubljana
P 2.1.41
Comparison of product characteristics produced by freeze-drying and spray freeze-drying techniques
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
M. Adali Presenter Politecnico di TorinoR. Pisano POLITECNICO DI TORINO - DISAT - VAT N. IT00518460019
P 2.1.42
Quantification of exchange fluxes in microbial co-cultures
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
A. Ulmer Presenter Institut für Bioverfahrenstechnik, Universität StuttgartS. Brockmann Institut für Bioverfahrenstechnik, Universität StuttgartF. Erdemann Institut für Bioverfahrenstechnik, Universität StuttgartM. Loesch Institut für Bioverfahrenstechnik, Universität StuttgartA. Teleki Institut für Bioverfahrenstechnik, Universität StuttgartS. Veit Institut für Bioverfahrenstechnik, Universität StuttgartR. Takors Institut für Bioverfahrenstechnik, Universität Stuttgart
P 2.1.43
Additive manufacturing of a cyclone and investigation of the influence of vortex finder diameter and height on particle separation
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
L. Radeke Presenter Hochschule NiederrheinS. Flindt Hochschule NiederrheinM. Ulbricht Universität Duisburg - EssenH. Schultz Hochschule Niederrhein
P 2.1.44
Investigation of local mixing time distribution and dead zones within multi-stage stirred tank reactors using planar laser induced fluorescence (PLIF) and design of experiments (DoE)
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
M. Matzke Presenter University of Applied Science NiederrheinD. Steins University of Applied Science NiederrheinM. Ulbricht University Duisburg-EssenH. Schultz University of Applied Science Niederrhein
P 2.1.45
Identification of critical process parameters for EV generation for cell-free therapy
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
C. Almeria University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU)C. Kasper University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU)S. Kreß Presenter University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU)
P 2.1.46
Possibilities and Limitations in the Utilization of Corn Steep Liquor as a Nutrient Source for Industrial Fermentations
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
S. Wahjudi Presenter RWTH Aachen University - Aachener Verfahrenstechnik/Bioverfahrenstechnik (AVT.BioVT)F. Oudenne Cargill R&D Center Europe, BVBA.I. Debonne Cargill R&D Center Europe, BVBA.C. Calvo Cargill R&D Center Europe, BVBA.J. Büchs RWTH Aachen University - Aachener Verfahrenstechnik/Bioverfahrenstechnik (AVT.BioVT)
P 2.1.47
Analysis and Optimization of Production Alternatives for the Aromatic Compound Vanillin
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
E. Brauer Presenter Biberach University of Applied SciencesB. Bottenbruch Presenter Biberach University of Applied SciencesH. Frühwirth Presenter Biberach University of Applied Sciences
P 2.1.48
Photoreactor Concept Developed by Rapid Prototyping for Flow Photochemistry
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
R. Dinter Presenter TU Dortmund University - Department of Biochemical and Chemical Engineering, Equipment DesignS. Willems TU Dortmund University - Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Medicinal ChemistryT. Nissalk TU Dortmund University - Department of Biochemical and Chemical Engineering, Equipment DesignO. Hastuerk TU Dortmund University - Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Medicinal ChemistryA. Brunschweiger TU Dortmund University - Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Medicinal ChemistryN. Kockmann TU Dortmund University - Department of Biochemical and Chemical Engineering, Equipment Design
P 2.1.49
Effect of biosurfactant extracted from corn steep liquor on the surface roughness of grapes
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
A. Lopez Prieto Universidade de VigoA. Moldes Presenter University of Vigo
P 2.1.50
Study of the antimicrobial effect of biosurfactants extracted from agroindustrial residues of the corn-milling industry on fungal strains
Poster 2.1. Chemical and Bioprocesses
A. Lopez Prieto Universidade de VigoA. Moldes Presenter University of Vigo
P 2.2.01
Optimization of 3D-printed packings: In search of the perfect lab scale distillation column
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
J. Neukäufer Presenter Ulm UniversityN. Sarajlic Technical University of MunichH. Klein Technical University of MunichS. Rehfeldt Technical University of MunichC. Knösche BASF SEJ. Paschold BASF SET. Grützner Ulm University
P 2.2.02
Multi-component adsorption of light hydrocarbons on different adsorbents at low temperature
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
M. Roehnert Presenter University of Duisburg-Essen, Chair of Thermal Process EngineeringS. Schmittmann University of Duisburg-Essen, Chair of Thermal Process EngineeringC. Pasel University of Duisburg-Essen, Chair of Thermal Process EngineeringC. Bläker University of Duisburg-Essen, Chair of Thermal Process EngineeringD. Bathen University of Duisburg-Essen, Chair of Thermal Process Engineering
P 2.2.03
Preparation of liposomes by classical ethanol injection and membrane contactor methods: Application to cysteamine encapsulation
Poster FlashTalk 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
C. Atallah Université Lyon 1, LAGEPPH. Greige-Gerges Université LibanaiseC. Charcosset Presenter Université Lyon 1, LAGEPP
P 2.2.04
Modeling Heat and Mass Transfer in a Milli-Structured Heat Exchanger/Reactor
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
A. Maarawi Presenter CEA, Univ Grenoble AlpesZ. Anxionnaz-Minvielle CEA, Univ Grenoble AlpesP. Coste CEA, Univ Grenoble AlpesN. Di Miceli Raimondi Laboratoire de Génie Chimique (LGC), Université de Toulouse, CNRS, INPT, UPSM. Cabassud Laboratoire de Génie Chimique (LGC), Université de Toulouse, CNRS, INPT, UPS
P 2.2.05
Rational Adsorbent Design – Selective Liquid Phase Adsorption for Biorefinery Downstream Applications
Poster FlashTalk 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
I. Moritz Presenter TU Darmstadt, Ernst-Berl-Institut für Technische und Makromolekulare ChemieM. Rose TU Darmstadt, Ernst-Berl-Institut für Technische und Makromolekulare Chemie
P 2.2.06
Implementation and assessment of standardized characterization methods for column packings
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
M. Schlager Montanuniversität LeobenG. Haushofer Presenter Montanuniversität LeobenA. Triebl Montanuniversität LeobenV. Wolf-Zöllner Montanuniversität Leoben
P 2.2.07
Process simulation and evaluation for NH3/CO2 separation in melamine tail gas with ionic liquids
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
Y. Duan Presenter Danmarks Tekniske UniversitetG. Zhan Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of SciencesF. Chang Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of SciencesS. Zeng Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of SciencesJ. Huusom Danmarks Tekniske UniversitetX. Zhang Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences
P 2.2.08
3D-print of a single-use separation chamber for mRNA vaccine purification via magnetic microparticles in a technical scale
Poster FlashTalk 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
L. Wommer Presenter Trier University of Applied SciencesP. Meiers Trier University of Applied SciencesI. Kockler Trier University of Applied SciencesR. Ulber Technical University KaiserslauternP. Kampeis Trier University of Applied Sciences
P 2.2.09
Mechanistics of adsorption in liquid-chromatographic process towards biomolecule separation
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
G. Essert Presenter Technical University of MunichS. Berensmeier Technical University of Munich
P 2.2.11
Quasi-continuous production of defined crystals on an integrated belt filter
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
T. Dobler Presenter Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Institute of Mechanical Process Engineering and MechanicsM. Gleiß Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Institute of Mechanical Process Engineering and MechanicsH. Nirschl Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Institute of Mechanical Process Engineering and Mechanics
P 2.2.12
Comparison and analysis of optimal contactor designs for direct air capture
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
V. Stampi-Bombelli Presenter ETH ZürichQ. Grossmann ETH ZürichM. Mazzotti ETH Zürich
P 2.2.13
Multiple dividing wall column on pilot plant scale: first practical impressions
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
L. Trescher Presenter Ulm UniversityU. Preißinger Ulm UniversityT. Grützner Ulm University
P 2.2.14
Membrane and Filtermedia Characterisation by Analytical Multisample Photocentrifugal Filtration
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
S. Boldt Presenter LUM GmbHD. Krause LUM GmbHD. Lerche LUM GmbHM. Assi Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin, University of Applied SciencesA. Drews Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin, University of Applied Sciences
P 2.2.15
Towards efficient chromatographic modeling of complex vaccine mixtures
Poster FlashTalk 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
D. Keulen Presenter Delft University of TechnologyM. Apostolidi Delft University of TechnologyR. Disela Delft University of TechnologyG. Geldhof GSK VaccinesO. le Bussy GSK VaccinesM. Pabst Delft University of TechnologyM. Ottens Delft University of Technology
P 2.2.16
Model verification of cyclic separation processes
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
J. Rasmussen Presenter Technical University of Denmark (DTU)T. Hansen Technical University of Denmark (DTU)O. Bedryk Maleta Cyclic Distillation LLC OÜJ. Abildskov Technical University of Denmark (DTU)J. Kjøbsted Huusom Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
P 2.2.17
Application and Digital Integration of a Periodic Counter-Current Chromatography System
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
T. Habich Presenter Leibniz Universität Hannover, Institut für Technische ChemieF. Lange Leibniz Universität Hannover, Institut für Technische ChemieS. Beutel Leibniz Universität Hannover, Institut für Technische Chemie
P 2.2.18
Simulation of a Continuous Fluidised Bed Dyer for Paddy Grain
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
A. Picado National University of EngineeringR. Gamero Presenter National University of Engineering (UNI)
P 2.2.19
Hydrophobic adsorbent selection and design of fixed-bed adsorption separation of acetophenone–1-phenylethanol mixture
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
M. Ostrihoňová Presenter Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology, Slovak University of Technology in BratislavaM. Polakovič Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
P 2.2.20
In situ product removal: adsorption of dihydroxyacetone on anionic exchange resins on enzymatic oxidation of glycerol.
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
C. Fernández Pizarro Presenter Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoL. Wilson Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoO. Romero Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoO. Romero Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
P 2.2.21
Flow through application of membrane adsorbers for intensified purification of monoclonal antibodies
Poster FlashTalk 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
F. Schmitz Presenter Sartorius Stedim Biotech GmbHT. Kruse Sartorius Stedim Biotech GmbHM. Kampmann Sartorius Stedim Biotech GmbH
P 2.2.22
Experimental and simulated determination of the volumetric power input in microtiter plates as a scale-up strategy for the development of downstream operations
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
I. Montes Serrano Presenter Austrian Center of Industrial BiotechnologyA. Dürauer BOKU-University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences
P 2.2.23
Adsorption processes for an improvement of the quality of sea water in aquaculture
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
J. XIAO IMT AtlantiqueD. MBAYE IMT AtlantiqueV. HEQUET Presenter IMT AtlantiqueA. BACCHI IfremerK. GUYOMARD IfremerC. Stavrakakis Ifremer
P 2.2.24
Safety of shellfish hatcheries by water treatment processes
Poster FlashTalk 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
J. COULEAUD Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de RennesV. BEBING NovostreaN. CIMETIERE Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de RennesF. CHENIER Vendée NaissainC. CORDIER Aix Marseille UniversitéF. GIRARDIN IfremerS. GIRAUDET Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de RennesV. HEQUET Presenter IMT AtlantiqueP. LE CLOIREC Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de RennesV. LE RAZAVET IfremerH. LEROY NovostreaM. MONNOT Aix Marseille UniversitéC. Stavrakakis IfremerD. WOLBERT Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de RennesP. MOULIN Aix Marseille Université
P 2.2.25
Hybrid data-driven and mechanistic model for optimizing a high-pressure extraction column.
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
J. Brockkötter Presenter RWTH Aachen Universität, AVT - FluidverfahrenstechnikA. Jupke RWTH Aachen Universität, AVT - Fluidverfahrenstechnik
P 2.2.26
Mathematical Modelling of Chromatography as a tool for process understanding and development acceleration
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
E. Lietta Presenter Politecnico di TorinoA. Barresi Politecnico di TorinoA. Pieri GSK
P 2.2.27
New effective modification of classical permeation cell – the evaluation of gas sorption in membrane during transport process
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
K. Setnickova Presenter Czech Academy of SciencesL. Jiriste Czech Academy of SciencesM. Maly Jan Evangelista Purkyne UniversityR. Petrickovic Czech Academy of SciencesP. Uchytil Czech Academy of Sciences
P 2.2.28
Towards autonomous selection of adsorbents on a robotic platform utilizing economic evaluation indicators
Poster FlashTalk 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
M. Schreiber Presenter Laboratory of Plant and Process Design, Department of Biochemical and Chemical Engineering, TU Dortmund UniversityG. Schembecker Laboratory of Plant and Process Design, Department of Biochemical and Chemical Engineering, TU Dortmund University
P 2.2.29
Residence time distribution study in a centrifugal contactor separator
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
S. Sundaraiah Presenter University of Groningen
P 2.2.30
Discrete modeling of morphological changes in drying porous media
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
X. Lu Presenter Otto-von-Guericke-Universität MagdeburgA. Kharaghani Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg
P 2.2.31
Measuring co-diffusion kinetics on thin films
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
M. Guo Presenter Surface Measurement Systems
P 2.2.32
Surface Energetic Heterogeneity of Natural Fibers and Cellulose Materials
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
M. Guo Presenter Surface Measurement Systems
P 2.2.33
Impact of HPAM on flotation for the oil industry
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
M. Cahlik Presenter INSA ToulouseP. Guiraud INSA ToulouseA. Bouchoux INRAE
P 2.2.34
Clavulanic acid separation from culture broth: ion exchange adsorption and liquid extraction revisited
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
Y. Agudelo-Arenas Presenter Universidad de AntioquiaD. Gomez Rios Universidad del ValleR. Ríos-Estepa Universidad de AntioquiaS. Ochoa Universidad de Antioquia
P 2.2.35
Influence of particle size, type and pH-value on the dynamic foamability index of the flotation frother methyl isobutyl carbinol
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
J. Görgen Presenter Hochschule NiederrheinÖ. Öner Hochschule NiederrheinG. Krekel Hochschule NiederrheinM. Ulbricht Universität Duisburg - Essen
P 2.2.36
Measurements of Water and CO2 Adsorption Isotherms of Zeolites
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
V. Martis Presenter Surface Measurement Systems Ltd
P 2.2.37
Biocatalytic Oil Cleavage: On path towards Bioeconomy
Poster 2.2. Separation technologies/ downstream processing
V. T. Srinivasamurthy Presenter Enzymicals AGH. Brundiek Enzymicals AGD. Sandvoß Enzymicals AGB. Berrueco Martínez Solutex GC SLR. Schoevaart ChiralVision BV
P 2.3.01
Enhancement of the strength of sand treated with microbial induced calcium carbonate precipitation
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
N. Erdmann Presenter TU Kaiserslautern, Chair of Bioprocess EngineeringK. de Payrebrunde TU Kaiserlautern, Chair of Computional Physics in EngineeringR. Ulber TU Kaiserslautern, Chair of Bioprocess EngineeringD. Strieth TU Kaiserslautern, Chair of Bioprocess Engineering
P 2.3.02
Kinetics of fructose production by enzymatic hydrolysis of inulin in the presence of a thermal stabilizer
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
A. Castillo Calderón Presenter Universidad Nacional del Santa
P 2.3.03
In vivo one-step production of 7-aminocephalosporanic acid: Bacterial cephalosporin C acylase functions in the antibiotic producing fungus Acremonium chrysogenum
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
X. Lin Presenter Ruhr-University BochumT. Dahlmann Ruhr-University BochumU. Kueck Ruhr-University Bochum
P 2.3.04
Glucose oxidation to glucaric acid over bimetallic catalysts
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
J. Teržan Presenter Department of Catalysis and Chemical Reaction Engineering
P 2.3.05
Development of a suspension-to-suspension process concept in a (semi-)continuously operated transaminase-catalyzed reaction system
Poster FlashTalk 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
J. Neuburger University of RostockD. Hülsewede University of RostockF. Belov University of RostockJ. von Langermann Presenter University of Rostock
P 2.3.06
Improving hydrogen selectivity in oxidative dehydrogenation of methanol to formaldeyde
Poster FlashTalk 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
F. Eichner Presenter Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)J. Jelic Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)S. Behrens Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)J. Sauer Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)F. Studt Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)M. Bender BASF SE
P 2.3.07
Ping-Pong Mechanism in Series: Application to the Enzymatic Synthesis of Bis (2-ethylhexyl)Dodecanedioate
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
M. Gómez Presenter Murcia University M. Murcia Almagro Murcia University E. Gómez Gómez Murcia University J. Gómez Carrasco Murcia University A. Hidalgo Montesinos Murcia University A. Bódalo Santoyo Murcia University D. Sánchez Murcia University
P 2.3.08
A procedure to calculate the kinetic parameters of enzymatic Ping-Pong reactions by using Excel Solver tool: Application to an esterification reaction
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
M. Gómez Presenter Murcia University M. Murcia Almagro Murcia University E. Gómez Gómez Murcia University J. Gómez Carrasco Murcia University A. Hidalgo Montesinos Murcia University A. Bódalo Santoyo Murcia University J. Hernández Murcia University
P 2.3.09
Enzyme-Catalyzed Production of Prebiotics - Mechanistic Kinetic Modelling Study -
Poster FlashTalk 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
I. Müller Presenter Anhalt University of Applied SciencesE. Runne Anhalt University of Applied SciencesA. Seidel-Morgenstern Otto von Guericke UniversityC. Hamel Anhalt University of Applied Sciences
P 2.3.10
Improving the biocatalytic efficiency of Hypha Discovery’s PolyCYPs® microbial P450 system for industrial applications
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
K. Nytko Presenter UCL & Hypha Discovery Ltd
P 2.3.11
Enzymatic fructosylation of tyrosol by Saccharomyces cerevisiae β-fructofuranosidase: Enzyme chemoselectivity
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
K. Karkeszová Presenter Slovak University of Technology, Faculty of Chemical and Food TechnologyM. Antošová Slovak University of Technology, Faculty of Chemical and Food TechnologyM. Polakovič Slovak University of Technology, Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology
P 2.3.12
Baeyer-Villiger oxidation using immobilized cyclohexanone monooxygenase
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
P. Cabadaj Presenter Slovak Technical UniversityV. Rupčíková Slovak Technical UniversityV. Illeová Slovak Technical UniversityM. Polakovič Slovak Technical University
P 2.3.13
Operando XAS reveals the mechanism of the preferential carbon monoxide oxidation over Pt-FeOx supported catalyst
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
I. Sadykov Presenter Paul Scherrer InstituteJ. van Bokhoven ETH ZürichM. Nachtegaal Paul Scherrer InstituteO. Safonova Paul Scherrer Institute
P 2.3.14
Computational insights into the metal-oxide synergy in Ni-In2O3 catalyst for CO2 hydrogenation to methanol
Poster FlashTalk 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
F. Cannizzaro Presenter Eindhoven University of technology (TUE)I. Filot Eindhoven University of TechnologyE. Hensen Eindhoven University of Technology
P 2.3.15
Identification of novel unspecific peroxygenases by genome mining and activity screening
Poster FlashTalk 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
A. Kinner Presenter TU DortmundK. Rosenthal TU DortmundS. Lütz TU Dortmund
P 2.3.16
Determination of the compromise pH and temperature in the conversion of lactose to glucose and fructose from whey cheese permeate using an enzymatic co-immobilized biocatalyst.
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
P. Silva Presenter Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaísoC. Aburto Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaísoA. Illanes Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaísoR. Conejeros Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaísoL. Wilson Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso
P 2.3.17
Orange peel waste autohydrolysis: Oligosaccharides production
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
P. Comendador-Morales Complutense University A. Garcia-Martin Presenter Complutense University V. Santos Complutense University M. Ladero Complutense University
P 2.3.18
Co-immobilization of glucose oxidase and catalase on glyoxyl -amino silica supports
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
T. Galaz Presenter Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoC. Ottone Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoC. Bernal Universidad de La Serena
P 2.3.19
Development of a continuous lactones production via Baeyer-Villiger oxidation using cyclohexanone monooxygenase
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
V. Rupčíková Presenter Slovak University of TechnologyP. Cabadaj Slovak University of TechnologyV. Illeová Slovak University of TechnologyM. Polakovič Slovak University of Technology
P 2.3.20
Vanillin production by oxidative depolymerization of Kraft lignin over functionalized activated carbon prepared from H3PO4 activation of sodium lignosulfonate
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
N. Rivas Universidad de MálagaM. García Rollán Presenter Universidad de MálagaR. Ruiz Rosas Universidad de MálagaJ. Rosas Universidad de MálagaJ. Rodríguez Mirasol Universidad de MálagaT. Cordero Universidad de Málaga
P 2.3.21
Experimental set-up for the production of formaldehyde using sodium vapour
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
M. Kamienowska Presenter BASF SE/KITK. Niedermeier KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of TechnologyL. Stoppel KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of TechnologyM. Bender BASF SET. Wetzel KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
P 2.3.22
Unravelling the mysteries of the condensation between acetone and furanic aldehydes over solid catalysts
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
A. Tampieri Presenter Universitat Rovira i VirgiliK. Föttinger Technische Universität WienN. Barrabés Technische Universität WienF. Medina Universitat Rovira i Virgili
P 2.3.23
Polymerized Ionic Liquids (PILs)-based hydrogels as a mechanically stable immobilization matrix for use in catalytic reactors
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
J. Großeheilmann Presenter Technische Universität BraunschweigA. Mildner Technische Universität BraunschweigF. Teubner Technische Universität Braunschweig
P 2.3.24
Sol-gel entrapment of cellulases for the enzymatic hydrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass to fermentable sugars
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
C. Vasilescu Presenter Politehnica University Timisoara, Faculty of Industrial Chemistry and Environmental EngineeringS. Marc University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine “King Michael I” of Banat Timisoara, Faculty of Veterinary MedicineG. Scheuleac Politehnica University Timisoara, Faculty of Industrial Chemistry and Environmental EngineeringC. Paul Politehnica University Timisoara, Faculty of Industrial Chemistry and Environmental Engineering
P 2.3.25
A novel β-galactosidase hybrid organic-inorganic nanobiocatalyst with remarkable activity, stability, and galacto-oligosaccharide synthesis performance
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
L. Tavernini Presenter Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoO. Romero Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra, SpainC. Aburto Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoF. Lopez-Gallego Basque Research and Technology Alliance (BRTA)A. Illanes Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoL. Wilson Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaiso
P 2.3.26
Identification of novel Fe(II)/α-ketoglutarate-dependent dioxygenases for the preparative synthesis of hydroxy-L-lysine
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
P. Nerke Presenter TU Dortmund UniversityJ. Rolf TU Dortmund UniversityA. Britner TU Dortmund UniversityS. Krick TU Dortmund UniversityK. Rosenthal TU Dortmund UniversityS. Lütz TU Dortmund University
P 2.3.27
Entrapment of cross-linked aggregates of glycosidases in chitosan, alginate and polyvinyl alcohol for the aroma enhancement of white wines
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
L. Tavernini Presenter Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoC. Ottone Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoO. Romero Universitat Autònoma de BarcelonaC. Aburto Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoA. Illanes Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoL. Wilson Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaiso
P 2.3.28
Response Surface Methodology applied to neopentyl glycol ester synthesis optimization
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis2.3.1 Chemical Catalysis
F. Máximo Presenter University of MurciaM. Asensi University of MurciaC. Montiel University of MurciaM. Serrano-Arnaldos University of MurciaS. Ortega-Requena University of MurciaJ. Bastida University of Murcia
P 2.3.29
Novel haloperoxidases from cyanobacteria: Exploring nature’s diversity
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
P. Blenk Presenter Friedrich Alexander Universität (FAU) Erlangen-NürnbergP. Zeides University of Leipzig, GermanyT. Gulder University of Leipzig, GermanyK. Castiglione Friedrich Alexander Universität (FAU) Erlangen-Nürnberg
P 2.3.30
Sialyllactose – development of an efficient biocatalytic process
Poster 2.3. Chemical and Biocatalysis
K. Hölting Presenter GALAB Laboratories GmbH
P 2.4.01
Influence of ori and promoter strength on recombinant protein production in E. coli BL21
Poster 2.4. Biological Production Systems
G. Lozano-Terol Universidad de MurciaJ. Gallego-Jara Universidad de MurciaJ. Gallego-Jara Universidad de MurciaR. Sola-Martínez Universidad de MurciaM. Canovas Presenter Universidad de MurciaT. de Diego Puente Universidad de Murcia
P 2.4.02
New insight on carotenoid and biomass production by Gordonia alkanivorans strain 1B: on the road to higher yields
Poster 2.4. Biological Production Systems
T. P. Silva Presenter National Laboratory for energy and geology LNEGS. M. Paixão National Laboratory for energy and geology LNEGJ. C. Roseiro National Laboratory for energy and geology LNEGL. Alves National Laboratory for energy and geology LNEG
P 2.4.03
XenoGlue - Scale up & down of a Recombinant Mussel Protein Analog as Photoactivatable Bioglue
Poster FlashTalk 2.4. Biological Production Systems
C. Schipp Presenter Technische Universität Berlin
P 2.4.04
Accelerated production and screening of catalytically active inclusion body libraries via automated workflows
Poster 2.4. Biological Production Systems
K. Küsters Presenter Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHL. Helleckes Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHR. Saborowski Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHC. Wagner Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHM. Oldiges Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbHW. Wiechert Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
P 2.4.05
Digital Twin of a pilot-scale bio-production set-up
Poster 2.4. Biological Production Systems
M. Muldbak Presenter Danmarks Tekniske UniversitetC. Gargalo Danmarks Tekniske UniversitetI. Udugama Danmarks Tekniske UniversitetU. Krühne Danmarks Tekniske UniversitetK. Gernaey Danmarks Tekniske Universitet
P 2.4.06
Production of β-Lactoglobulin variants with lacking disulfide bonds
Poster FlashTalk 2.4. Biological Production Systems
S. Brune Presenter Technische Universität BraunschweigG. Günther Technische Universität BraunschweigE. Kempf Technische Universität BraunschweigD. Jahn Technische Universität BraunschweigR. Biedendieck Technische Universität BraunschweigR. Krull Technische Universität Braunschweig
P 2.4.07
Bacteria-Based System for Regulation of Metabolite Concentration In Vivo
Poster 2.4. Biological Production Systems
M. Sadauskas Presenter Vilnius UniversityR. Meškys Vilnius UniversityA. Burokas Vilnius University
P 2.4.08
Deciphering bacterial/fungal molecular dialogue and its impact on secondary metabolites production
Poster 2.4. Biological Production Systems
B. Fifani Presenter University of LilleV. Phalip University of LilleF. Delvigne Gembloux Agro Bio Tech, University of LiègeP. Jacques Gembloux Agro Bio Tech, University of Liège
P 3.1.01
Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide to Ethylene: Plant Design, Evaluation and Prospects for the Future
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
L. Berkelaar Presenter University of TwenteJ. van der Linde University of TwenteJ. Peper University of TwenteA. Rajhans University of TwenteD. Tiemessen University of TwenteL. van der Ham University of TwenteH. van den Berg University of TwenteM. Ruitenbeek Dow Benelux BV
P 3.1.02
Heuristic-based computer-aided formulation of ice cream sweetened with jaggery
Poster FlashTalk 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
J. Yeboah Presenter Universidad Nacional de ColombiaA. Santoro Universidad Nacional de ColombiaJ. Arrieta-Escobar Université de Lorraine, CNRS, Reaction and Chemical Engineering Laboratory, Nancy, FranceA. Orjuela Universidad Nacional de ColombiaC. Novoa Universidad Nacional de ColombiaC. Fuenmayor Universidad Nacional de ColombiaF. Hamdani Université de Lorraine, ERPI Laboratory
P 3.1.03
A framework for P-cycle assessment in wastewater treatment plants
Poster FlashTalk 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
V. Vučić Presenter Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZC. Süring Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZH. Harms Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZS. Müller Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZS. Günther Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ
P 3.1.04
Aspergillus giganteus as a producer of proteases scarce in biotechnology
Poster FlashTalk 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
S. Timorshina Presenter Lomonosov Moscow State UniversityV. Kreyer Lomonosov Moscow State UniversityN. Baranova Lomonosov Moscow State UniversityA. Osmolovskiy Lomonosov Moscow State University
P 3.1.05
Intensification of Photobiocatalytic Decarboxylation of Fatty Acids for the Production of Biodiesel
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
Y. Wu Presenter Delft University of Technology
P 3.1.06
Production and Characterization of Cellulose Nanofibers Aerogels to remove different oils from water
Poster FlashTalk 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
J. Sanchez-Salvador Presenter Universidad Complutense de MadridS. Mateo Complutense University of MadridJ. Sandoval Universidad Complutense de MadridA. Balea Universidad Complutense de MadridA. Blanco Universidad Complutense de MadridC. Negro Complutense University of Madrid
P 3.1.07
Hydrothermal carbonization of biowaste for sustainable energy generation – Alternative treatment paths to current waste management practices in Germany
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
C. Malek Technische Hochschule KölnN. Stobernack Presenter Technische Hochschule Köln
P 3.1.08
Cooling Circuits - Finding New Routes on Sustainable Operation
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
J. Koppe Presenter MOL Katalysatortechnik GmbHC. Koppe MOL Katalysatortechnik GmbH
P 3.1.09
Drinking Water Loops - Finding New Routes on Sustainable Operation
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
J. Koppe Presenter MOL Katalysatortechnik GmbHC. Koppe MOL Katalysatortechnik GmbH
P 3.1.10
Encapsulation of Bacteria with a Sustainable Biopolymer Facilitating Inoculation of Microbiological Processes
Poster FlashTalk 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
J. Eckert Presenter Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied SciencesS. Grüner-Lempart Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied SciencesK. Herdt Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied SciencesJ. Schäffer Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences
P 3.1.11
Encapsulation of Seeds Using Calcium Alginate Hydrogels Enhancing Storing Properties and Germination
Poster FlashTalk 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
J. Eckert Presenter Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied SciencesS. Grüner-Lempart Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied SciencesJ. Schäffer Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied SciencesN. Trimpe Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied SciencesA. Vitz Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences
P 3.1.12
Finding the Optimal Operating Point to Utilize Intrinsic Enzymes for the Phosphorous Adjustment in Animal Feeds
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
N. Widderich Presenter Hamburg University of Technology - Institute of Technical BiocatalysisF. Themlitz Hamburg University of Technology - Institute of Technical BiocatalysisN. Mayer Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH)M. Kaltschmitt Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH)P. Bubenheim Hamburg University of Technology - Institute of Technical BiocatalysisA. Liese Hamburg University of Technology - Institute of Technical Biocatalysis
P 3.1.13
Synthetic methylotrophic yeasts - opportunities and challenges
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
V. Wegat Presenter Fraunhofer IGB, Bio, Electro and Chemocatalysis BioCat, Straubing branchA. Roth Fraunhofer IGB, Bio, Electro and Chemocatalysis BioCat, Straubing branchJ. Fabarius Fraunhofer IGB, Bio, Electro and Chemocatalysis BioCat, Straubing branchV. Sieber TUM Campus Straubing
P 3.1.14
Sustainable synthesis of neopentyl glycol dicaprylate with immobilized CalB lipase: preliminary study
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
F. Máximo Presenter University of MurciaR. Velasco University of MurciaC. Montiel University of MurciaM. Serrano-Arnaldos University of MurciaS. Ortega-Requena University of MurciaJ. Bastida University of Murcia
P 3.1.15
Selective methanol oxidation to DMM for synthesis of sustainable intermediates – catalyst screening and potential
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
J. Walter Presenter Otto von Guericke University MagdeburgT. Wolff Max Planck Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer SystemeA. Brune Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Köthen, and Otto von Guericke UniversityC. Hamel Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Köthen, and Otto von Guericke University
P 3.1.16
Microbially Induced Calcite Precipitation as tool to improve the mine waste management
Poster FlashTalk 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
H. Zuñiga Barra Presenter Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoJ. Toledo Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoL. Jorquera Pontificia Universidad Católica de ValparaisoM. Rivas Universidad de AntofagastaD. Jeison Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaiso
P 3.1.17
Removal of algal organic matter (AOM) by electrocoagulation
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
Z. Krusinova Charles University in PragueP. Krystynik Presenter Institute of Chemical Process Fundamentals CAS v.v.i.J. Trögl University of J. E. PurkyneP. Kluson Institute of Chemical Process Fundamentals CAS v.v.i.M. Pivokonsky Institute of Hydrodynamics of the CAS, v.v.i.T. Cajthaml Charles University in Prague
P 3.1.18
Optimization of methanol-based biotechnology concepts with Methylorubrum extorquens
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
I. Marquardt Presenter DECHEMA - ForschungsinstitutL. Pöschel DECHEMA - ForschungsinstitutJ. Schrader DECHEMA - ForschungsinstitutM. Buchhaupt DECHEMA - Forschungsinstitut
P 3.1.19
Optimization of photocatalytic degradation of neonicotinoids under UVA-LED irradiation using the response surface methodology
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
M. Duplančić Presenter University of Zagreb, Faculty of Chemical Engineering and TechnologyK. Liber University of Zagreb, Faculty of Chemical Engineering and TechnologyV. Kosar University of Zagreb, Faculty of Chemical Engineering and TechnologyV. Tomašić University of Zagreb, Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology
P 3.1.20
Enzymatic modification of extracts of green marine algae for the enrichment of their biological activity
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
A. Chatzikonstantinou University of IoanninaS. Spyrou University of IoanninaG. Bakratsas Presenter University of IoanninaR. Fotiadou University of IoanninaA. Giannakopoulou University of IoanninaP. Katapodis University of IoanninaA. Polydera University of IoanninaE. Voutsas National Technical University of AthensH. Stamatis University of Ioannina
P 3.1.21
Effect of carbon and nitrogen sources on protein production by submerged cultivation of Pleurotus ostreatus
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
G. Bakratsas Presenter University of IoanninaM. Patila University of IoanninaA. Polydera University of IoanninaP. Katapodis University of IoanninaH. Stamatis University of Ioannina
P 3.1.23
Production of a composite material from brewer's spent grains as a sustainable alternative to petrochemical plastics
Poster FlashTalk 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
J. Senger Presenter FH Aachen Campus JülichS. Krafft FH Aachen Campus JülichN. Tippkötter FH Aachen Campus Jülich
P 3.1.24
Sequentially coupled cascade utilization of Lolium perenne
Poster FlashTalk 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
S. Rehberger Presenter FH Aachen Campus JülichS. Krafft FH Aachen Campus JülichK. Kuka Julius Kühn-InstitutR. Ulber TU KaiserlauternN. Tippkötter FH Aachen Campus Jülich
P 3.1.25
Co-fermentation of sugarcane bagasse hydrolysate and molasses for butanol production
Poster FlashTalk 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
A. Zetty-Arenas Universidade Estadual de Campinas/UNICAMPL. Tovar UNIFESPR. Alves Universidade Estadual de Campinas/UNICAMPA. Mariano Universidade Estadual de Campinas/UNICAMPR. Maciel Filho Universidade Estadual de Campinas/UNICAMPS. Freitas Azzoni Presenter SENAI Innovation Institute for Biotechnology
P 3.1.26
Screening of microalgae strains with potential applications in feed and food industry
Poster FlashTalk 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
C. Chatzidoukas Presenter Aristotle University of ThessalonikiC. Samara Aristotle University of ThessalonikiG. Papapanagiotou Aristotle University of ThessalonikiP. Psachoulia Aristotle University of ThessalonikiC. Nitsos Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
P 3.1.27
Evaluation of acid hydrolysis for carbohydrate analysis in concentrated Kraft black liquor
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
S. Maitz Presenter Graz University of TechnologyM. Siebenhofer Graz University of TechnologyM. Kienberger Graz University of Technology
P 3.1.28
Electrocatalytic conversion of glucose and xylose on highly dispersed mesoporous carbon-supported Au nanocatalysts
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
J. Ona Presenter Åbo Akademi University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Laboratory of Industrial Chemistry and Reaction EngineeringH. Grenman Åbo Akademi University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Laboratory of Industrial Chemistry and Reaction EngineeringR. Latonen Åbo Akademi UniversityN. Kumar Åbo Akademi University, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Laboratory of Industrial Chemistry and Reaction Engineering
P 3.1.29
Ustilaginaceae biocatalyst development for co-metabolism of CO2-derived substrates for carbon-neutral itaconate production
Poster FlashTalk 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
L. Ullmann Presenter RWTH AachenL. Blank RWTH Aachen
P 3.1.30
Resource-saving and integrated activated carbon production strategy for the elimination of micropollutants at wastewater treatment plants
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
A. Hussain Presenter University of HohenheimD. Wüst University of HohenheimE. Schröder Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, Karlsruhe, GermanyT. Wintgens RWTH AachenA. Kruse University of Hohenheim
P 3.1.31
Natural magnetite ore as harvesting agent for saline microalgae Microchloropsis salina
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
M. Schobesberger Presenter Technical University of Munich, Bioseparation Engineering GroupS. Berensmeier Technical University of Munich, Bioseparation Engineering GroupP. Fraga-García Technical University of Munich, Bioseparation Engineering Group
P 3.1.32
Biodegradation of two different types of dyes by using basidiomycete Colombian strains
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
J. Quitian Romero Presenter Universidad de BoyacáA. Moreno Buitrago Universidad de BoyacáJ. Ortiz Rosas Universidad de Boyacá
P 3.1.33
Optimization of a bioelectrochemical system for ammonium recovery from wastewater at low energy consumption
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
E. Borràs LEITAT Technological CenterD. Losantos LEITAT Technological CenterP. Bosch-Jimenez LEITAT Technological CenterM. Aliaguilla LEITAT Technological CenterS. Sanchis LEITAT Technological CenterD. Molognoni Presenter LEITAT Technological Center
P 3.1.34
NiFe Oxide Catalysts for Electro-Oxidation of Glucose
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
R. Passalacqua Presenter University of Messina, CASPE/INSTM and ERIC aisblL. Pellicano University of Messina, CASPE/INSTM and ERIC aisblS. Abate University of Messina, CASPE/INSTM and ERIC aisblS. Perathoner University of Messina, CASPE/INSTM and ERIC aisblG. Centi University of Messina, CASPE/INSTM and ERIC aisbl
P 3.1.35
Combined catalyst & adsorbent regeneration in sorption-enhanced processes: example for direct DME synthesis & methanol-to-olefins
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
J. van Kampen Presenter TNO & Eindhoven University of TechnologyR. Bakker TNO & University of AmsterdamG. Elzinga TNOJ. Boon TNOS. Tanase Grecea University of Amsterdam
P 3.1.36
Mathematical model for the conversion of a rubber particle under pyrolysis conditions
Poster 3.1 Sustainable production, low carbon & circular (bio)economy, clean water
R. Murillo Consejo Superior de Investigaciones CientíficasT. García Consejo Superior de Investigaciones CientíficasA. Sanchis Presenter Consejo Superior de Investigaciones CientíficasA. Veses Consejo Superior de Investigaciones CientíficasJ. Martínez Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas
P 3.2.01
Assessing the predisposition of alternative (bio)fuels for microbial degradation during storage
Poster 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
M. Surger Presenter RWTH Aachen UniversityL. Blank RWTH Aachen University
P 3.2.02
Load-Flexible Fixed-Bed Reactors for CO2 Methanation: Comparison of Catalyst Dilution and Core-Shell Catalyst Particles
Poster FlashTalk 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
R. Zimmermann Presenter Otto-von-Guericke Universität MagdeburgJ. Bremer Max Planck Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer SystemeS. Kai Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg / Max-Planck-Institut für Dynamik komplexer technischer Systeme
P 3.2.03
Gas–liquid two-phase flow and heat transfer without phase change in microfluidic heat exchanger
Poster 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
M. Vasilev St.Petersburg State Institute of Technology (Technical University)R. Abiev Presenter St Petersburg State Institute of Technology
P 3.2.04
Decision Support Tool (DST) for CO2 Capture Technologies using Analytic Hierarchy Process
Poster FlashTalk 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
S. Kim Presenter University of Liège - Department of Chemical EngineeringG. Léonard University of Liège - Department of Chemical Engineering
P 3.2.05
Flexibility options for demand side management in biorefineries
Poster FlashTalk 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
L. Röder Presenter Deutsches Biomasse Forschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbHA. Gröngröft Deutsches Biomasse Forschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbHM. Grünewald Ruhr-Universität BochumJ. Riese Ruhr-Universität Bochum
P 3.2.06
Impact of solid starters on the propoxylation of oligomeric polyetherpolyols – Model development
Poster FlashTalk 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
L. Röver Presenter RWTH Aachen University - Aachener Verfahrenstechnik/Fluidverfahrenstechnik (AVT.FVT)A. Jupke RWTH Aachen
P 3.2.07
Model-Based Process Optimization of the Semi-Continuous Thermo-Catalytic Decomposition of Methane Considering Catalyst Deactivation
Poster 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
B. Lumbers Presenter Hochschule Rhein WaalJ. Gebel Hochschule Rhein WaalF. Platte Hochschule Rhein WaalD. Agar TU Dortmund
P 3.2.08
Computational analysis of a direct formic acid fuel cell performance with innovative channel design
Poster FlashTalk 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
M. Sikora Presenter Warsaw University of TechnologyZ. Bojarska Warsaw University of TechnologyŁ. Makowski Warsaw University of TechnologyA. Małolepszy Warsaw University of Technology
P 3.2.09
Photocatalytic and photoelectrochemical characterization of TiO2 thin films for environmental and energy applications
Poster FlashTalk 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
M. Eichelbaum Presenter Nuremberg Institute of TechnologyV. Seiß Nuremberg Institute of TechnologyL. Breun Nuremberg Institute of Technology
P 3.2.10
Rheological and thermal proprieties of biodegradable fluids enhanced with nanoparticles at high temperature and pressure.
Poster 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
M. Martín-Alfonso Presenter University of HuelvaF. Martinez-Boza University of Huelva
P 3.2.11
Ca-Looping process for thermochemical energy storage using natural geological materials and waste resources
Poster 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
E. Afonso Universidade de LisboaP. Teixeira Presenter Universidade de LisboaC. Pinheiro Universidade de Lisboa
P 3.2.12
Potassium borohydride as emerging energy carrier in the shipping sector: performance evaluation from an energetic, economic and ecological perspective
Poster FlashTalk 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
A. Düll Presenter Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)P. Rohlfs Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology (KIT)M. Börnhorst Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)O. Deutschmann Karlsruhe Insitute of Technology (KIT)
P 3.2.13
Solubility of carbon dioxide in aqueous choline-based solutions
Poster 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
G. Ciriaco Villegas Presenter INSA de Rouen
P 3.2.14
Dynamic behavior of a methanol synthesis reactor under flexible load conditions – Validation of a reactor model using a miniplant setup
Poster 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
F. Nestler Presenter Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISEM. Hadrich Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISEO. Salem Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISEA. Schaadt Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISET. Kolb Engler-Bunte-Institut, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
P 3.2.15
Use of bio-based cyclocarbonate for the synthesis of polymers for the manufacture of innovative materials
Poster FlashTalk 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
C. Herasme Grullon Presenter Normandie Université, INSA Rouen, UNIROUEN, LSPC, EA4704A. Ledoux Normandie Université, INSA Rouen, UNIROUEN, LSPC, EA4704F. Burel Normandie Université, INSA Rouen, UNIROUEN, UMR 6522—L2M, L. Bischoff Normandie Univ, COBRA, UMR 6014, Univ Rouen, INSA Rouen, CNRS, IRCOF
P 3.2.16
Oxymethylene ethers (OME): Process simulation and evaluation
Poster 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
F. Mantei Presenter Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISER. Ali Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISEO. Salem Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISEA. Schaadt Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISE
P 3.2.17
Fischer-Tropsch synthesis over cobalt-containing lignin carbon fiber catalysts prepared in a single step by electrospinning
Poster 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
M. Valero Romero Universidad de MálagaM. García Rollán Presenter Universidad de MálagaF. García Mateos Universidad de MálagaS. Xiaohui Delft University of TechnologyF. Kapteijn Delft University of TechnologyJ. Rodríguez Mirasol Universidad de MálagaT. Cordero Universidad de Málaga
P 3.2.18
Hydrogenolysis of Furfural To Pentanediols Over Bimetallic Ni/Co Catalysts Prepared From Layered Double Hydroxides
Poster 3.2 Energy: Generation and storage, energy and chemical engineering
A. Aldureid Presenter Universitat Rovira i VirgiliF. Medina Cabello Universitat Rovira i VirgiliD. Montané Universitat Rovira i Virgili
P 4.1.01
Introduction of the innovation network AquaTech Lausitz
Poster 4.1 Novel ways of education and training
G. Hilpmann MINT Engineering GmbHA. Kretschmer Greentec Consult GmbHF. Hahn TU DresdenK. Helbig TU DresdenF. Krujatz Presenter Technische Universität Dresden
P 4.1.02
Novel e-Learning Concepts in Cross-Discipline Engineering Tandem Projects
Poster 4.1 Novel ways of education and training
M. Rehnert Presenter University of StuttgartR. Takors University of Stuttgart
P 4.1.03
Application of digital tools in teaching biochemical and chemical engineers
Poster 4.1 Novel ways of education and training
D. Becker Presenter Technische Universität Dortmund, Laboratory of Equipment DesignJ. Bobers Technische Universität Dortmund, Laboratory of Equipment DesignN. Kockmann Technische Universität Dortmund, Laboratory of Equipment Design
P 4.1.04
Delivering remote food engineering labs in COVID-19 time, season 2
Poster 4.1 Novel ways of education and training
H. BENKHELIFA Université Paris-Saclay - INRAE - AgroParisTechM. DEBACQ Presenter Université Paris-Saclay - INRAE - AgroParisTech / CnamK. Lachin Université Paris-Saclay - INRAE - AgroParisTechM. Moussa Université Paris-Saclay - INRAE - AgroParisTechS. PASSOT Université Paris-Saclay - INRAE - AgroParisTechS. ROUX Université Paris-Saclay - INRAE - AgroParisTech
P 5.1.01
CO2 Recycling Plants: towards an ecolabel of CO2-based chemicals
Poster 5.1 Future Directions in Product Design and Engineering
M. Rumayor University of CantabriaJ. Fernández González Presenter University of CantabriaA. Irabien University of Cantabria
P 5.1.02
Hydrodynamic flow-focusing techniques for micro-scale particle precipitation from crude precursor material
Poster 5.1 Future Directions in Product Design and Engineering
A. Gerrow Presenter University of Birmingham
P 5.1.03
Parameters effecting Pore Structure and Fluid Flow in Highly Oriented Paper
Poster 5.1 Future Directions in Product Design and Engineering
C. Helbrecht Presenter Technische Universität DarmstadtA. Striegel Technische Universität DarmstadtS. Schabel Technische Universität Darmstadt
P 5.1.04
Mechanics of Colloidal Supraparticles under Compression
Poster 5.1 Future Directions in Product Design and Engineering
J. Wang Presenter Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)J. Schwenger FAU Erlangen (LFG)A. Stroebel FAU Erlangen (LFG)P. Feldner Friedrich Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)P. Herre FAU Erlangen (LFG)S. Romeis FAU Erlangen (LFG)W. Peukert FAU Erlangen (LFG)B. Merle Friedrich Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)N. Vogel FAU Erlangen (LFG)
P 5.1.05
Formation dynamics of noble metal nanoparticles
Poster 5.1 Future Directions in Product Design and Engineering
M. Biegel Presenter Friedrich Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)
P 5.1.06
Tailored hierarchical semicondutors: Size controlled synthesis of InP@ZnS colloidal building blocks with aminophosphine
Poster 5.1 Future Directions in Product Design and Engineering
Z. Wang Presenter University of Duisburg-EssenD. Segets University of Duisburg-Essen
P 5.1.07
Coarse-Grained Simulation of Tripod Nanocrystal Assembly
Poster 5.1 Future Directions in Product Design and Engineering
F. Tomazic Presenter Friedrich Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)M. Klement Friedrich Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)M. Engel Friedrich Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)
P 5.1.08
Product design and engineering for pulmonary drug delivery
Poster 5.1 Future Directions in Product Design and Engineering
T. Sosnowski Presenter Warsaw University of Technology
P 5.1.09
Continuous flow synthesis of patchy particles with designed resonances and interactions
Poster 5.1 Future Directions in Product Design and Engineering
A. Völkl Presenter Friedrich Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)
P 5.1.10
Modelling liquid flow through nanopores on the nanoscale
Poster 5.1 Future Directions in Product Design and Engineering
R. Durdyyev Presenter Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-NürnbergA. Baer Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-NürnbergA. Smith Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
P 5.3.01
Coupled analysis of the spray quality of an internal-mixing atomizer for FCC application
Poster 5.3 Processes and Fundamentals of Reactive Multiphase Flows
M. Rover Barbieri Presenter Universität BremenJ. Utzig University of BlumenauH. França Meier University of BlumenauL. Achelis Universität BremenU. Fritsching Leibniz-Institut für Werkstofforientierte Technologien - IWT / Universität Bremen
P 5.3.02
Biocatalytic reaction and process development using a coiled flow inverter – From reactor concept to ontology design
Poster 5.3 Processes and Fundamentals of Reactive Multiphase Flows
K. Rosenthal Presenter TU Dortmund, BCI, TBJ. Grühn TU Dortmund / BCI, Equipment DesignA. Behr Presenter TU Dortmund University - Department of Biochemical and Chemical Engineering, Equipment DesignN. Kockmann TU Dortmund / BCI, Equipment Design