Program

08:30 Optional: Surface Characterisation by IGC, Introduction and Best Practices Dr. Ralf Duempelmann, Inolytix
Dr. Eric Brendle, Adscientis
09:00 Registration and coffee
09:30 Welcome and introduction Dr. Ralf Duempelmann, Inolytix AG
09:40 IGC-Characterization of Lignins as Bio-Based Precursors for Sustainable Carbon Fibre Production Dr. Peter Schiffels, Fraunhofer Institute, Bremen, Germany
10:10 The development of carbon particles with defined surface structure supported by IGC M.Sc. Maria-Melanie Sattes, Institute of Particle Technology, Erlangen, Germany
10:40 TiO2 Pigment Characterisation by IGC – Influence of Sample Preparation and Experimental Setup Sven Böhm, Kronos International, Leverkusen, Germany
11:10 Coffee break
11:40 Inverse gas chromatography in examination of zeolites Dr. Beata Strzemiecka, University of Technology, Poznan, Poland
12:10 A novel approach for the integral thermodynamic characterization of materials via IGC Dr. Costantinos Panayiotou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
12:40 Lunch
13:40 Use of HSP in industry: characterisation by IGC, practical use, challenges and opportunities Dr. Steven Abbott, Ipswich, UK
14:10 The next generation of IGC – an automated, fully flexible dosing of gases and liquids and its potential Dr. Eric Brendle, Adscientis, Wittelsheim, France
14:40 Coffee break
15:10 IGC, a tool to assess the influence of processes on end-use properties of a solid. Rachel Calvet, Ecole des Mines, Albi, France
15:40 Characterizing complex surfaces of industrial relevance by inverse chromatography Dr. Matthias Kellermeier, BASF, Germany
16:10 Interactive Discussion Groups Moderator: Dr. Ralf Dümpelmann
17:00 Closing of symposium

Speakers at the IGC Symposium 2018:

Dr. Matthias Kellermeier, BASF, Germany
Characterizing complex surfaces of industrial relevance by inverse chromatography

Dr. Steven Abbott, Ipswich, UK
Use of HSP in industry: characterisation by IGC, practical use, challenges and opportunities

Dr. Peter Schiffels, Fraunhofer Institute, Bremen, Germany
IGC-Characterization of Lignins as Bio-Based Precursors for Sustainable Carbon Fibre Production

Dr. Eric Brendle, Adscientis, Wittelsheim, France
The next generation of IGC – an automated, fully flexible dosing of gases and liquids and its potential

Rachel Calvet, Ecole des Mines, Albi, France
Inverse Gas Chromatography, a tool to assess the influence of processes on end-use properties of a solid

Dr. Beata Strzemiecka, University of Technology, Poznan, Poland
Inverse gas chromatography in examination of zeolites

Dr. Costantinos Panayiotou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
A novel approach for the integral thermodynamic characterization of materials via IGC

Sven Böhm, Kronos International, Leverkusen, Germany
TiO2 Pigment Chracterisation by IGC – Influence of Sample Preparation and
Experimental Setup

M.Sc. Maria-Melanie Sattes, Institute of Particle Technology, Erlangen, Germany
The development of carbon particles with defined surface structure supported by IGC