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29th ATC: Industrial Inorganic Chemistry - Materials and Processes

Lecture Programme

(as of 29 November 2019, subject to change)

Programme as PDF

Lecture Programme 20 February 2020

Lecture Programme 21 February 2020

Thursday, 20 February 2020

09:00 Registration
10:00

Welcome Address

G. Sextl, Fraunhofer ISC, Würzburg/D

 
Sol-Gel-Chemistry I
 

Chair: S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D

10:10
Plenary Lecture

Sol-gel derived functional and porous architectures
N. Hüsing¹
¹ Paris Lodron University Salzburg/A

10:55 Novel developments of effect pigments by aqueous sol-gel-processes
C. Plüg¹
¹ Merck KGaA, Darmstadt/D
11:25

Coffee Break and Poster Viewing

 
Sol-Gel-Chemistry I
 

Chair: N. Hüsing, Paris Lodron University Salzburg/A

11:45 Silica-based aerogels and their applications in the field of thermal and acoustic insulation
B. Milow¹
¹ German Aerospace Center (DLR), Cologne/D
12:15 Nanoparticle synthesis via nonaqueous sol-gel chemistry: recent insights and trends
G. Garnweitner¹
¹ Technische Universität Braunschweig/D
12:35

A low temperature wet-chemistry toolbox for the green and up-scalable synthesis of inorganic nanostructures for catalysis
S. Gross¹; F. Spolaore¹; N. Dengo¹; S. Diodati¹; F. Tajoli¹
¹ University of Padova/I

12:55

Lunch Break and Poster Viewing

 
Advanced Characterisation Methods
 

Chairs:

B. Albert, TU Darmstadt/D

M. Fröba, Universität Hamburg/D

14:00 Disorder, defects and dynamics in functional materials by NMR
J. Schmedt auf der Günne¹
¹ Universität Siegen/D
14:30

In-situ Mössbauer spectroscopy for the active site identification in non-precious metal catalysts for fuel cells
U. Kramm¹
¹ TU Darmstadt/D

15:00

Coffee Break and Poster Viewing

 
Industrial Inorganic Chemistry I
 

Chairs:
S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D

F. Menzel, Evonik Industries AG, Hanau/D

15:20 Ligand control on aluminum(III) and silicon(IV) – pushing the abundant elements away from their thermodynamic sink
L. Greb¹
¹ Universität Heidelberg/D
15:50 Particle synthesis and thermal treatment in the pulsation reactor
C. Klaus¹; M. Ommer¹
¹ IBU-tec advanced materials AG, Weimar/D
16:20 Material and process development for additive manufacturing of metals
A. Elsen¹
¹ Heraeus Additive Manufacturing GmbH, Hanau/D
16:50 Coffee Break and Poster Viewing
17:10 Aerospace applications and challenges in the industrialisation of metal powder bed fusion
W. Alm¹
¹ Airbus Operations GmbH, Hamburg/D
 
Special Lecture
  Chair: G. Sextl, Fraunhofer ISC, Würzburg/D
17:40 Classification of titanium dioxide – the white elephant
A costly but pointless exercise

H. Liewald¹
¹ German Association of Producers of Pigments and Fillers (VDMI), Frankfurt am Main/D
18:10
Poster Party
20:30

End of the First Day

Friday, 21 February 2020

 
Sol-Gel-Chemistry II
  Chairs: 

P. Kirsch, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt/D

W. Müller, Umicore AG & Co. KG, Hanau/D
09:00
Tandem Lecture

Sol-Gel derived siloxane polymers as encapsulation materials for rare earth reduced high power LEDs
G. Kickelbick¹; K. Schmidtke²
¹ Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken/D; ² OSRAM Opto Semiconductors GmbH, Regensburg/D

10:00 Supraparticles: new functionalities from building complex entities using colloidal building blocks
K. Mandel¹
¹ Fraunhofer ISC, Würzburg/D
10:20 LUDOX® colloidal silica
A. Lazaro¹; A. Fines²
¹ W. R. Grace, Worms/D; ² W. R. Grace, Columbia, MD/USA
10:40
Poster prize Award
10:55 Coffee Break and Poster Viewing
 
Industrial Inorganic Chemistry II
 

Chairs: G. Sextl, Fraunhofer ISC, Würzburg/D
K. Schierle-Arndt, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D

11:30 Hydrogen peroxide – old molecule but future applications
J. Glenneberg¹
¹ Evonik Resource Efficiency GmbH, Hanau-Wolfgang/D
12:00 Industrial sulphur chemistry: HydroBlue®90 – a 115 year old product revives
S. Weiguny¹
¹ BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D
12:30 Hyperpure polysilicon as basis for the semiconductor and solar industry
K. Hesse¹
¹ Wacker Chemie AG, Burghausen/D
13:00

Closing remarks

G. Sextl, Fraunhofer ISC, Würzburg/D

13:10

End of the programme

Possibility to have lunch at DECHEMA at own costs

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