The Annual Meeting on Reaction Engineering is a well established conference with yearly 220-240 participants. It offers scientists from industry, research institutions and universities the opportunity to discuss their work, learn about latest developments and expand their network.
One focus of the upcoming meeting will be on research for the future circular economy. Establishing sustainable conversion processes for the chemical, food and pharma industry is one of the pressing needs of our time. Reaction engineering can contribute to preventing the exhaustion of critical resources and avoiding unnecessary waste generation. However, truly sustainable processes can only be achieved by closing the loop in production cycles and utilizing waste streams to create new products. Solving these challenges requires the implementation of innovative and efficient technologies by utilizing the reaction engineering toolbox.
The conference particularly aims to motivate young academics and young professionals from industry to contribute to this event. The programme will favour their engagement and give space for new and innovative topics.
Renowned plenary speakers from university and industry will address current topics from modelling and simulation to surface reaction technology, metallurgical processes and polymer reaction engineering.
In addition to the lecture programme, a poster party and a conference dinner set the scene for inspiring discussions and conversations.
Prof. David W. Agar, Universität Dortmund
Dr. Jonathan Bloh, DECHEMA Forschungsinstitut, Frankfurt
Prof. Markus Busch, TU Darmstadt
Dr. Kai Ehrhardt, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen
Prof. Hannsjörg Freund, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
Prof. Olaf Hinrichsen, TU München
Prof. Elias Klemm, University of Stuttgart
Maximilian Kotzur, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt
Prof. Ulrike Krewer, TU Braunschweig
Dr. Ricarda Leiberich, Lanxess Deutschland GmbH, Leverkusen
Dr. Stefan Palkovits, RWTH Aachen University
Prof. Jörg Sauer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Chairman)
Prof. Thomas Turek, TU Clausthal
Dr. Olaf Wachsen, CLARIANT, Frankfurt am Main
Prof. Gregor Wehinger, Representative of NaWuReT, TU Clausthal
Prof. Horst-Werner Zanthoff, Evonik Technology & Infrastructure GmbH, Marl
The conference takes place at the Marienberg Fortress in Würzburg, Germany. In addition to the beautiful landscape determined by vineyards, Würzburg offers an impressive historic city centre and great conference facilities.
Further information about the city of Würzburg you can find on the following website www.wuerzburg.de
We have reserved some contingents of hotel rooms.
The allotment is available until xx April 2021.
For any further information the Hotel Accommodation Service Würzburg will be happy to assist you:
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Are you planning to travel to Würzburg by train? Use the joint offer from Deutsche Bahn (DB) and DECHEMA and travel to our conference at a reduced fare starting from 49,50 € (one way).