Sep
19
Thu
(Deutsch) Internationale Tagung “Bio-Polymere in breitem Einsatz? Potenziale, Chancen und Herausforderungen” @ Plastics InnoCentre
Sep 19 um 13:00 – 18:00
Sep
25
Wed
HTP-Fachforum 2019 „Hydrothermale Prozesse – Technologien zur stofflichen und energetischen Wertschöpfung“ @ DBFZ Leipzig
Sep 25 – Sep 26 ganztägig

On 25th and 26th September 2019, the DBFZ will host the 5th Forum on Hydrothermal Processes. The forum will focus on the entire value-added chain of hydrothermal conversion starting with the raw materials, through the processes and their technological implementation, to the products and the associated general and boundary conditions.

Call for Abstracts

Within the framework of the event, we hereby call for abstracts and look forward to your active participation until May 3, 2019 exclusively via the application form to HTP-Inno on the following topics:

  • Hydrothermal processes for the production of solid, liquid and gaseous energy and carbon carriers
  • Behaviour of materials under hydrothermal conditions, materials and apparatus for HTP (incl. questions on measurement and control technology, material and corrosion in plants)
  • Hydrothermal processes in sewage sludge utilisation and nutrient recycling
  • Hydrothermal generation of basic and fine chemicals
  • Hydrothermal processes for the provision of functional materials and in production processes
  • International trends and results
  • General conditions (politics, licensing law, market situation, …)
  • Economic, ecological and socio-economic evaluation of hydrothermal processes
  • biomass conversion in alternative polar reaction media, e.g. polar organic
  • Solvents, ionic liquids and molten salts
  • Use and treatment of process water by-products

The event is bilingual – German and English with simultaneous translation. Lectures and posters are available in both languages.

Sep
26
Thu
2. ECP Summer Summit 2019 – European Chemistry Partnering @ Düsseldorf
Sep 26 ganztägig

European Chemistry Partnering now 2 times a year:

The ECP Summer Summit is the brother of European Chemistry Partnering. Your benefit: You see your customers, investors and partners more frequently and can speed up the initiation of business. The chemistry community is growing.

From Belgium, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands new participants are expected due to the proximity to Dusseldorf.

The 2nd ECP Summer Summit is the summer event of the European Chemistry Partnering that takes place each February

Here, the chemical industry and its user industries meet innovative entrepreneurs and investors. But how do start-ups and large corporate partners successfully build upon the first contact? This question will be addressed by Dr. Paolo Bavaj from Henkel and Miguel Galvez from US-based start-up NBD Nano in their tandem keynote: an inspiring kick-off for a packed day of networking. Dr. Paolo Bavaj, Head of Corporate Venturing at Henkel’s Adhesive Technologies business unit, and Miguel Galvez, President and co-founder of NBD Nano, a start-up from Boston, U.S.A. that specializes in new materials, will offer authentic insights into how corporates transition frominitial contact to investment and finally to business collaboration.

Participants can look forward to shared experiences and insightsinto this journey. “We are very happy to have NBD Nano in our Henkel Investment Portfolio”, says Dr. Paolo Bavaj, “in this way we gain access to a new technology on which we can build a new Henkel business, and in turn NBD Nano will be able to grow and scale-upmuch faster.“ NBD Nano is thrilled to have Henkel as an investor and corporate partner. The partnership enables NBD to access large markets and leverage Henkel’s existing infrastructure in key markets. In addition, the partnership enables cross collaboration in R&D for future innovation and customer development into new untested markets”, says Miguel Galvez.

More than 300 representatives from large corporations, SMEs, young growing companies, start-ups and investors are expected to come together at the 2nd ECP Summer Summit. The event, to be held at Henkel Group’s headquarters in Düsseldorf, will focus on pitches and partnering. Partnering talks can be arranged in advance. Pitches as well as exhibition stalls can be booked along with the tickets. Networking and socializing will begin at the ECP Get Together on the evening before. Registration will start on 24 May 2019. An early bird discount of 20% will be offered until 30 June 2019.

Dr Holger Bengs, the initiator of the European Chemistry Partnering, says: “I am very happy that after the great success of the ECP Summer Summit in 2018, the global corporation Henkel has joined us again as our strong partner. The tandem keynote about the fruitful cooperation between a start-up and a global industrial company will plant an entrepreneurial seed that will continue throughout the day. Participants can already start looking forward to this great experience.” NBD Nano, headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, USA, is an advanced materials start-up with expertise in adjusting surface properties such as repellency or adhesion. Through its proprietary platform technology, the company is creating additives and coatings which provide customized surface solutions that are both durable and adaptive. NBD Nano’s technology can be used in manifold applications –from electronics and consumer goods to automotive. For further information about NBD Nano please visit: http://nbdnano.com.

 

Sep
30
Mon
EFIB 2019 @ Brussels, Belgium
Sep 30 – Oct 2 ganztägig

European Forum for Industrial Biotechnology and the Bioeconomy (EFIB), where delegates are provided with an update on the status and outlook of biobased industries. EFIB is proud to foster engagement between policy makers, a broad range of stakeholders connected with the existing biobased value chain and seeks to reach out to, and include, new interlocutors.

Industrial Biotechnology is currently worth €23 billion representing just 6% in sales of the overall worldwide chemicals market. However, it is significantly out-performing the overall chemicals market at an impressive 20% annual growth rate and has the potential to become the dominant technology of tomorrow’s chemicals industry, representing a huge future opportunity.

Delivering on this opportunity will require significant investment, innovation and value chain development and most importantly new collaborations across the sector. Additionally we are faced with important challenges posed by high energy prices, the impact of the shale gas boom on the development of biobased chemicals markets and the ongoing need for predictable, coherent and supportive policy in the EU.

In order to understand and overcome these challenges and prosper in tomorrow’s bioeconomy, for more than ten years, industry experts throughout the vibrant and innovative biobased community have come together to one central location every year to discuss the key issues and gain a snapshot of the most significant developments on scale up of commercial biorefineries around the world.

That location is the European Forum for Industrial Biotechnology & the Bioeconomy (EFIB), where delegates are provided with an update on the status and outlook of biobased industries. EFIB is proud to foster engagement between policy makers, a broad range of stakeholders connected with the existing biobased value chain and seeks to reach out to, and include, new interlocutors.

In the last decade, EFIB delegates, exhibitors, sponsors and speakers have been showcasing innovative products and processes that deliver solutions to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Last year, we celebrated the Industrial biotech communities’ latest achievements in harnessing the power of innovation to deliver solutions to global grand challenges. Influential brands and industry leaders met in Toulouse, France, with a broad range of stakeholders and policy makers to discuss the transformative potential of Industrial Biotechnology to create a smarter and more sustainable future.

Oct
2
Wed
13. BioEconomy BusinessTreff: Biotechnologie – eine Chance für Mitteldeutschland @ Franckesche Stiftungen
Oct 2 um 17:00 – 20:30

13. BioEconomy BUSINESSTREFF „Biotechnologie – eine Chance für Mitteldeutschland?!“


Termin
:      02.10.2019, 17 – ca. 20.30 Uhr

Ort:              Franckesche Stiftungen, Franckepl. 1/Haus 37, 06110 Halle (Saale)

Vorträge und Referenten:

  • Mark Warner (USA) – Was passiert derzeit in den USA im Bereich Biotechnologie?
  • Prof. Dr. Matthias Zscheile (BCM GmbH) – Was planen wir vom BioEconomy e.V. um diese Trends und die Start-ups besser zu unterstützen? (BioToM Initiative)
  • Dr. Franziska Krüger (Land Sachsen-Anhalt) – Wie kann das Land Sachsen-Anhalt den Strukturwandel unterstützen?
  • Michael Katzberg (EW Biotech GmbH) – Fallbeispiel einer gelungenen Zusammenarbeit

Geben Sie die Einladung gern an alle Interessierten weiter. Für einen kleinen Imbiss wird gesorgt sein.

Sie haben Interesse an der Veranstaltung teilzunehmen? Dann melden Sie sich bitte bis zum 15.09.2019 unter der Anmeldung an oder schreiben Sie uns eine E-Mail an folgende Adresse: businesstreff@bioeconomy.de


Anmeldung:

Bitte füllen Sie die folgenden Felder so aus, wie sie auf Ihrem Namensschild erscheinen sollen.

Auf dieser Veranstaltung werden Bild- und Tonaufnahmen angefertigt. Mit der Anmeldung erklärt der Veranstaltungsteilnehmer sein Einverständnis zu Bild-­ und Tonaufnahmen sowie zur Verwendung und Veröffentlichung der Aufnahmen zum Zwecke der öffentlichen Berichterstattung oder die Bewerbung des Leistungsangebotes der Veranstalter, einschließlich auf Websites und in sozialen Medien.

Für Nichtmitglieder wird ein Unkostenbeitrag in Höhe von 50 € (netto) erhoben:

Oct
4
Fri
37th Annual World Methanol Conference mit bse Workshop small-scale methanol plants @ Berlin
Oct 4 um 14:00 – 17:00

The small-scale methanol plants technical workshop returns this year with a full afternoon of expanded scope and deeper content. Industry experts will drill into the technical implementation of methanol annex plants with prefabricated ready-to-connect units in different industries that produce carbon containing waste streams and/or electricity in volatile market environment.

  • Introduction and Moderation – Greg Dolan, Methanol Institute
  • Small-Scale and modularized Methanol Synthesis – Christian Schweitzer, bse Engineering Leipzig GmbH
  • CO2/H2 to Methanol Catalyst for flexible Loads – Dr. Hamideh Ahi, BASF SE
  • Standardized Modular Carbon Capture – Oscar Graff, Aker Solutions ASA
  • Pressurized Alkaline Electrolyser for Methanol Production – Christopher Braatz, McPhy
  • Skid-mounted Distillation for Methanol from CO2/H2 – Dr. Stefan Sander, Sulzer Chemtech AG

Flyer download

Nov
18
Mon
4rd International BioSC Symposium – Towards an integrated Bioeconomy @ Maternushaus Köln
Nov 18 – Nov 19 ganztägig

Invited external speakers and BioSC members present their interdisciplinary research projects reflecting bioeconomy topics from different points of view in the following sessions and four topics for the poster presentations. 

  • Session I: User experience and user-centered design methods in the bioeconomy
  • Session II: Innovative concepts for green value chains
  • Session III: BioSC meets friends: Excellence clusters in NRW
  • Session IV: (Regional) Implementation of the Bioeconomy: Concepts, products, best practice examples

 

You are kindly invited to submit poster abstracts until October 6th, 2019. Please address the following topics with your poster:

  • Topic I: Economic and socioeconomic implications of the Bioeconomy
  • Topic II: Innovative concepts/products for green value chains
  • Topic III: Bioeconomy-related cluster
  • Topic IV: Implementation of the Bioeconomy

The Call for Poster Abstracts can be found on our homepage https://www.biosc.de/poster_call_2019.

 

Registration is open! Please register until October 20th, 2019 via the following link: https://www.biosc.de/registration_extern.

 

Nov
26
Tue
PTS Faserstoff Symposium 2019 @ Pullman Dresden Newa Hotel
Nov 26 – Nov 27 ganztägig
Dec
12
Thu
13. Holzwerkstoffkolloquium 2019 @ IHD Institut für Holztechnologie Dresden gGmbH
Dec 12 – Dec 13 ganztägig

Call for Papers bis zum 3.6.2019

Vernetzungen von Menschen und Technologien spielen im Zeitalter von Industrie 4.0 eine herausragende Rolle für die Holzwerkstoffindustrie, die längst global aufgestellt ist und damit bereits vor Ort auf globale Entwicklungen reagieren muss. Nur durch die Verbindungen der Technologen untereinander, mit den Zulieferern, mit den Abnehmern und mit den regulierenden Behörden und Normungsgremien bleiben wirtschaftlicher Erfolg und Markterhalt möglich. Vernetzungen im Werkstoff selbst von neuen Rohstoffen und Bindemitteln sichern die Einhaltungen von aktuellen gesundheitlichen Anforderungen und die Akzeptanz bei Planern und Verbrauchern. Das 13. Holzwerkstoffkolloquium thematisiert diese Herausforderungen für die Holzwerkstoffherstellung und fordert auf, unter dem Motto „Vernetzungen“ neue Ideen und Entwicklungen aus den Bereichen Werkstoffe und Produkte, Technologien sowie Umwelt und Gesundheit zu diskutieren. Wir rufen hiermit zur Einreichung von Vorträgen zu den angeführten Themenschwerpunkten und zusätzlich zu Kurzbeiträgen junger Wissenschaftler auf.

Die Tagungssprache ist deutsch, englische Fachbeiträge sind sehr gern willkommen. Das voraussichtliche Programm für das 13. Holzwerkstofkolloquium können Sie hier abrufen.

 

Feb
6
Thu
CIC 2017: CLIB International Conference @ Düsseldorf
Feb 6 – Feb 7 ganztägig

CIC2017

Since 2009, the CLIB International Conference is the meeting place for the industrial biotechnology community. Being the first symposium of the year, it brings together international experts from all over the world in Düsseldorf, Germany.

The conference discusses technical, commercial and political implications of novel value chains based on innovative biotechnological processes and alternative feedstocks. A special emphasis will be given on the market demands for novel products and drop-in solutions.

Furthermore the conference will highlight the role of process integration to minimize costs and optimise performance. A dedicated session will deal with one of the unique selling points of biotechnology: how to efficiently produce highly functional and complex molecules.

The 2nd day of the conference focuses on highly dynamic markets like home & personal care, packaging & materials, as well as animal & plant health.

Programme

The two-day programme in a nutshell:

    • Move forward by process integration
    • Biotech: the easy way to functional complexity
    • Daily needs – biotech for home & personal care
    • Better performance through bio materials?
    • New concepts for animal and plant health

The full programm will be available shortly.

Conference Venue

The conference will be held at Hotel Nikko Düsseldorf:
www.nikko-hotel.de