Key Topics for the IGC Symposium 2019

  • Effective use of IGC data: the use and benefit of IGC measurements in real worlds application and supplemental techniques
  • Different Materials: life science (APIs, excipients), pigments, fillers, carbon and glass fibers, battery materials
  • Common problems, experiences and solutions: exchange of different practices and discussions in working groups
  • Innovative uses of IGC: diffusion, Tg and adsorption isotherms

Speakers and Topics:

Dr. Ralf Duempelmann, Inolytix, Sisseln, SwitzerlandSummary and Key findings last IGC Symposium
Dr. Matthias Kellermeier, BASF, GermanyTBD
Dr. Beata Strzemiecka, University of Technology, Poznan, PolandCharacterization of Composite Materials at Microscopic levels and its Macroscopic Properties
Michael R├╝ckriem, Porotec, Hofheim, GermanyThe next generation of IGC – an automated, fully flexible dosing of gases and liquids
Johanna Sygusch, Helmholtz Institute, Freiberg, GermanyIGC studies of the modified glass particles with different morphologies
Tassir Hamieh, Lebanese University, Beirut, LebanonTemperature effect on acid-base properties of solid materials by IGC at infinite dilution
Eric Brendle / Joffrey Huve, Adscientis, Wittelsheim, FranceInnovative uses of IGC: adsorption isotherms, glass transition temperature and diffusion
Ralf Meyer, Institute of Chemical Technology, University of Leipzig, GermanyIGC studies on acid-base properties of polymers and silica materials