Research in inorganic chemistry is the key to manifold applications in industrial fields and covers as diverse fields as materials development, energy generation, energy storage or consumer products. Applications in modern electronics, solar cells, polymers, batteries or paints and finishes are just a few examples of the importance of inorganic materials for everyday life. At the 29th ATC 2020: Industrial Inorganic Chemistry - Materials and Processes, experts from industry and academia present and discuss the latest science, providing the chance to get a holistic view of the field and explore cross-sectoral topics - a unique opportunity for interdisciplinary exchange and the development of new ideas!
The programme will be compiled by the ProcessNet Subject Division „Applied Inorganic Chemistry“:
Prof. Dr. Barbara Albert, TU Darmstadt
Prof. Dr. Michael Fröba, Universität Hamburg
Prof. Dr. Nicola Hüsing, Universität Salzburg/A
Prof. Dr. Stefan Kaskel, TU Dresden
Prof. Dr. Peer Kirsch, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt
Prof. Dr. Frank Menzel, Evonik Industries AG, Hanau
Wilfried Müller, Umicore AG & Co. KG, Hanau
Dr. Florian Paul, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt am Main
Prof. Dr. David Scheschkewitz, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken
Dr. Kerstin Schierle-Arndt, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Sextl, Fraunhofer ISC, Würzburg
(as of 10 February 2020, subject to change)
G. Sextl, Fraunhofer ISC, Würzburg/D
Chair: S. Kaskel, TU Dresden/D
Sol-gel derived functional and porous architectures
|Novel developments of effect pigments by aqueous sol-gel-processes
¹ Merck KGaA, Darmstadt/D
Coffee Break and Poster Viewing
Chair: N. Hüsing, Paris Lodron University Salzburg/A
|Silica-based aerogels and their applications in the field of thermal and acoustic insulation
¹ German Aerospace Center (DLR), Cologne/D
|Nanoparticle synthesis via nonaqueous sol-gel chemistry: recent insights and trends
¹ Technische Universität Braunschweig/D
A low temperature wet-chemistry toolbox for the green and up-scalable synthesis of inorganic nanostructures for catalysis
Lunch Break and Poster Viewing
Advanced Characterisation Methods
B. Albert, TU Darmstadt/D
M. Fröba, Universität Hamburg/D
|Disorder, defects and dynamics in functional materials by NMR
J. Schmedt auf der Günne¹
¹ Universität Siegen/D
In-situ Mössbauer spectroscopy for the active site identification in non-precious metal catalysts for fuel cells
Coffee Break and Poster Viewing
Industrial Inorganic Chemistry I
F. Menzel, Evonik Industries AG, Hanau/D
|Ligand control on aluminum(III) and silicon(IV) – pushing the abundant elements away from their thermodynamic sink
¹ Universität Heidelberg/D
|Particle synthesis and thermal treatment in the pulsation reactor
C. Klaus¹; M. Ommer¹
¹ IBU-tec advanced materials AG, Weimar/D
|Material and process development for additive manufacturing of metals
¹ Heraeus Additive Manufacturing GmbH, Hanau/D
|Coffee Break and Poster Viewing
|Aerospace applications and challenges in the industrialisation of metal powder bed fusion
W. Alm¹; C. Heine¹
¹ Airbus Operations GmbH, Hamburg/D
|Chair: G. Sextl, Fraunhofer ISC, Würzburg/D
|Classification of titanium dioxide – the white elephant
A costly but pointless exercise
¹ German Association of Producers of Pigments and Fillers (VDMI), Frankfurt am Main/D
End of the First Day
P. Kirsch, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt/DW. Müller, Umicore AG & Co. KG, Hanau/D
Sol-Gel derived siloxane polymers as encapsulation materials for rare earth reduced high power LEDs
|Supraparticles: new functionalities from building complex entities using colloidal building blocks
¹ Fraunhofer ISC, Würzburg/D
|LUDOX® colloidal silica
A. Lazaro¹; A. Fines²
¹ W. R. Grace, Worms/D; ² W. R. Grace, Columbia, MD/USA
Poster prize Award
|Coffee Break and Poster Viewing
Industrial Inorganic Chemistry II
Chairs: G. Sextl, Fraunhofer ISC, Würzburg/D
|Hydrogen peroxide – old molecule but future applications
¹ Evonik Resource Efficiency GmbH, Hanau-Wolfgang/D
|Industrial sulphur chemistry: HydroBlue®90 – a 115 year old product revives
¹ BASF SE, Ludwigshafen/D
|Hyperpure polysilicon as basis for the semiconductor and solar industry
¹ Wacker Chemie AG, Burghausen/D
G. Sextl, Fraunhofer ISC, Würzburg/D
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Possibility to have lunch at DECHEMA at own costs
We expect decision makers from industry and academia and about 120 participants. The exhibition area is located in the foyer of the lecture hall where the poster session and coffee breaks will take place.
Standard Exhibition Package
Registration fee: 1500 EUR plus VAT
Exhibition space ( 6 sqm) for the duration of the conference (20 - 21 Feb 2020)
Basic equipment: 1 table, 1 chair, power supply
Recognition in the programme/book of abstracts and on the conference website
1 conference registration as delegate included
Name and logo with hyperlink to your webpage on the conference website
Logo placed inside the programme/book of abstract
For any questions or other sponsoring possibilities please feel free to contact us:
Email: xueqing.wu(at)dechema.de, Phone: +49 69 7564 152.
With sincere thanks to our supporters and exhibitor:
|Magritek GmbH, Aachen/D
Ph.D. Student / Student3)
1) No VAT requested according to § 4.22 UStG, registration fee may include Business Package with VAT.
2) Personal DECHEMA-Members, VDI-GVC-Members und EFC/EFCE-Passport-holders
3) Proof of status
The DECHEMA terms and conditions for conferences apply. Please note that the following information are exerpts and supplements to the general terms and conditions.
Registration is possible up to the beginning of the conference. Confirmation of registration will be sent immediately by mail. You normally will receive the invoice, with payment confirmation, by post mail within two weeks.
Editorial deadline for the list of participants is 31 January 2020.
The registration fees include conference ticket, book of abstracts, list of participants, lunch and coffee breaks. All documents will be handed out on-site.
Traditionally, the participation of undergraduate and graduate students is fostered through granting reduced entry fares. University teachers also are allowed to bring in one graduate student for free. Details can be found when processing the registration.
Cancellations are only accepted in writing (i.e. by fax, postal mail or e-mail).
Please find details about cancellation dates and fees in the general terms and conditions. In case of no-show the conference fees won't be refunded and fees not yet paid still have to be paid.
Download the DECHEMA Event App or open the App in the mobile desktop version.
1) Go to https://dechema.quickmobile.mobi/ or search via the App-Store under "DECHEMA EVENTS".
2) Download the app or open the Access WebApp (desktop version)
3) Enter the event ID in the search field (the event ID will be sent to you by email before the event starts)
The app offers you
• a current programme with abstracts of the contributions
• an overview of the speakers, participants, sponsors and exhibitors
• current changes via newsfeed
• general information about the event
The BestPoster will be awarded on Friday, 21 February 2020 before the coffee break at 10:40 a.m. Authors are expected to be present.
A special rate has been arrangend in the following hotels. Reservations should be made directly at the hotel using the keyword "DECHEMA":
Single room: around 100 EUR incl breakfast and free internet access
(Slight change of the room price for 2020 is possible)
Further hotel near to DECHEMA:
Motel One Frankfurt-Messe
Europa-Allee 25, 60327 Frankfurt am Main
Phone: +49 69 6612453-0
Fax : +49 69 6612453-10
Dear lecture and poster authors, please note: Registration fee cannot be waived for authors. Please use the online registration. If you are unable to present your lecture for any reason, please let us know as soon as possible.
The official language of the conference is English.
A brief CV questionary enables the appropriate chair person to introduce all lecturers to the audience. Therefore lecturers are asked to download the CV form and to return it to the conference secretariat by 31 December 2019.
A video projector and a notebook (MS Office 2016 und Adobe Acrobat Reader DC) will be provided. Please bring your lecture as PowerPoint or PDF-File on a USB stick. You can also bring your own laptop computer as a backup.
In case that you need internet /special software for your presentation or if you have videos included into your file, please notify the conference secretariat in advance.
Plenary lecture is planned for a duration of 35 min plus 10 min discussion.
Tandem lecture is planned for a duration of 45 min plus 15 min discussion.
Invited lectures are planned for a duration of 20 min plus 10 min discussion.
Lectures from the call for papers are planned for a duration of 15 min plus 5 min discussion.
Strict timekeeping will be essential for the smooth running of the conference.
We suggest to use a minimum font of 24 pt for your presentation slides.
Please download the .
As a major guideline it is proposed to make the poster intelligible in itself, even in the absence of the author. It is suggested to divide the contents of each poster into introduction, results and conclusions, with a summary listing the pertinent results and conclusions.
The posters should be put up latest on Thursday, 20 February 2020 at 10.00 a.m. and taken down at the end of the conference on Friday, 21 February 2020 .
The possibilities to present the posters are during lunch and coffee breaks and during the Poster-Party on Thursday, 20 February 2020, 6.10 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. Authors are expected to be present during the Poster-Party.
The BestPoster will be awarded on Friday, 21 February 2020 before the coffee break at 10:40 am. Authors are expected to be present.
Focus topics from research to application
29th ATC 2020 sets a spotlight on
High-profile plenary speakers
True to the aim of stimulating the exchange between industry and academia, lecturers from companies will alternate with lecturers from universities and research institutions. The following speakers have already confirmed their participation:
Also invited lecturers from BASF, Heraeus, Osram and Evonik and speakers from universities will discuss issues under the given topics.
A forum for young reaserachers
Young researchers are encouraged to submit their work and use this event as a first class opportunity to come into contact with potential employers as usually more than one third of all attendees of the conference come from industry. A poster prize will be awarded.
*The Subject Division Applied Inorganic Chemistry of ProcessNet cordially welcomes you to the 29th ATC: Industrial Inorganic Chemistry - Materials and Processes* at the DECHEMA House in Frankfurt, Germany.
Image source: Main: Carsten Plüg, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt/D; Small from left to right: J. Schmedt auf der Günne, Universität Siegen/D; C. Klaus, IBU-tec advanced materials AG, Weimar/D; Ulrike Kramm, TU Darmstadt/D; Heraeus Additive Manufacturing GmbH, Hanau/D