Programme

Sunday, 13 June 2010

16:00     Registration

18:00     Get-together Dinner

Chair:     U. von Gemmingen, Linde AG, Pullach

20:00     Evening Lecture
                Molecular sieve separations
                D.M. Ruthven, University of Maine, Orono, ME/USA


 

Monday, 14 June 2010

9:00         Welcome

Chair:      S. Scholl, TU Braunschweig

9:05         Keynote Lecture
                 Darwin's marvelous idea: the role of creation in the evolution of life
                 C. Kummer, Munich School of Philosophy

10:00       Coffee Break

Topic: Adsorption Processes

Chair:       D. Bathen, University of Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg

10:30        Technical adsorption processing today
                   U. von Gemmingen, Linde AG, Pullach

11:00         Adsorption processes for energy applications
                    A. Hauer, ZAE Bayern, Garching

11:30         Spherical activated carbon: from adsorptive properties to filter performance
                    B. Böhringer, Blücher GmbH, Erkrath

12:00         Progress in the design of adsorption equipment
                    W. Arlt, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen

12:30         Lunch

Topic: Adsorption Data

Chair:        R. Staudt, Hochschule Offenburg

14:30         Adsorption calorimetry: achievements and challenges for the future
                   J. Rouquerol, Université de Provence LCP, Marseille/F

15:00         Unprecedented options of diffusion research by monitoring the evolution of guest profiles in 
                   nanoporous materials during transient sorption experiments

                   J. Kärger, University of Leipzig

15:30         Mixture adsorption equilibrium measurements
                    O. Talu, Cleveland State University, OH/USA

16:00         Nonlinear spectroscopy for characterization of particle surfaces and adsorption phenomena
                    W. Peukert, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen

16:30         Coffee Break

Chair:         W. Arlt, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen

17:00          Keynote Lecture
                    Science and education in a Leonardo world
                    J. Mittelstrass, Austrian Science Board, Vienna/A

17:55         Dinner


 

Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Chair:         W. Arlt, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen

9:00             Keynote Lecture
                     Adsorption - a successful and versatile separation technique continuously improved at
                     Linde

                     A. Belloni, Linde AG, Munich

9:55             Coffee Break

Topic: Materials

Chair:         U. von Gemmingen, Linde AG, Pullach

10:25         Adsorption processes in pharmaceutical applications
                    I. Smirnova, TU Hamburg-Harburg

10:55          Porous metal-organic frameworks
                    S. Kaskel, TU Dresden

11:25         Zeolite molecular sieves as selective adsorbents
                    S. Ernst, TU Kaiserslautern

11:55         Zeolite contra MOF-membranes- winner and looser
                    J. Caro, University of Hanover

12:25         Lunch

Topic: Surfaces and Modeling

Chair:         H.-J. Bart, TU Kaiserslautern

14:30         Adsorption - what can molecular simulation contribute?
                    N. van der Vegt, TU Darmstadt

15:00         Linking adsorption equilibrium with diffusivities of molecules in micro- and meso-porous
                   structures

                   F. Keil, TU Hamburg-Harburg

15:30         Fluids confined in porous materials: towards a unified understanding of thermodynamics
                   and dynamics

                   P.A. Monson, University of Massachussetts, Amherst, MA/USA

16:00        Studies by molecular dynamics modeling and simulations on the design and construction of
                  effective polymeric porous adsorbent media and the dynamic behavior of the transport and
                  adsorption of bioactive molecules in such media

                  A.I. Liapis, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO/USA

16:30       Coffee Break

17:00       Panel Discussion
                  Quo Vadis Adsorption
                  Chair: D. Bathen, University of Duisburg-Essen, Duisburg

18:30       Social event


 

Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Topic: Chromatography

Chair:     J. Strube, TU Clausthal

9:00        Advanced operating modes in preparative chromatography
                A. Seidel-Morgenstern, University of Magdeburg

9:30        Technical challenges in designing of chromatographic process equipment
                M. Lohrmann, Bayer Technology Services GmbH, Leverkusen

10:00     Coffee Break

10:30      Adsorption from molecular to process scale - where intensification meets integration
                R. Ditz, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt

11:00      Design trends of new sorption materials
                M. Antonietti, MPI für Kolloid- und Grenzflächenforschung, Golm

11:30      Closing Remarks
                 U. von Gemmingen, Linde AG, Pullach

12:00      Lunch

13:00      End of the Symposion


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