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Call for Papers: ACHEMA congress on process technology and biotechnology

18.04.2011
Contributions to the congress program of ACHEMA 2012 can be submitted as of now. The topics reflect the exhibition portfolio of ACHEMA.

In view of the current challenges, three areas are of outstanding interest in 2012: The area of biotechnology covers the complete value chain of the bioeconomy from bio-based products via process technologies and equipment for the processing of renewable resources to food technology.

A special focus in reaction technology is on sustainable process technology including topics such as energy efficiency, water treatment, recycling and urban mining. Thirdly, materials technology is emphasized. This includes the topic of the special show "Innovative Energy Carriers and Storage" as well as modern materials for plant engineering, nanotechnology and advanced fluids.

With more than 900 lectures, the congress program covers the whole range of topics that are on display in the exhibition. The linkage of exhibition and high-quality congress makes ACHEMA the distinctive world forum of the process industries; with about 4000 exhibitors from all continents and about 175,000 visitors, ACHEMA is the industry summit for users and researchers. The 30th ACHEMA takes place from June 18-22, 2012, in Frankfurt.

Contributions to the ACHEMA congress can be submitted via internet.
Deadline is August 31st, 2011.

Dr. Kathrin Rübberdt | idw
Further information:
http://kongress.achema.de/en/home
http://www.achema.de/en

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