DECHEMA FORUM 2024: Wissenschaft und Industrie im Dialog

DECHEMA FORUM 2024: Wissenschaft und Industrie im Dialog

How can the chemical, pharmaceutical, and life sciences industries arrange their production more sustainably? During the event, highly topical, application-relevant subjects will be reviewed, discussed, and rated from different perspectives.

There are many visions, such as hydrogen economy, circular economy, or waste-free production for a sustainable industrial future. But what is already applicable today? How do we deal with climate change and resource scarcity? How can processes be developed and scaled more efficiently, and what tools are available for this? And what can industries learn from each other?

Selected Speakers

  • A holistic view on sustainability at Evonik
    Dr. Ralf Düssel, Head of Sustainability, Evonik Industries AG
  • How digitalisation and AI will enable sustainable process development
    Kami Krista, Co-Founder & CEO, elio
  • Bioprocess engineering to build sustainable process solutions for the future
    Prof. John Woodley, Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Lyngby/Denmark
  • Green Ammonia – The Road to a Global Hydrogen Society
    Dr. Ralph Kleinschmidt, Head of Technology & Innovation, thyssenkrupp Uhde
  • Circularity – a chemical engineer’s challenge
    Prof. Jörg Sauer, Head of Institute for Catalysis Research & Technology, Karlsruher Institute für Technologie (KIT)
    Dr. Olaf Wachsen, Dr. Olaf Wachsen Consulting and Training (ehemals Leiter Group Process Development, CLARIANT)
  • Spezialchemie für neue Anwendungen in der Anlagen- und Prozessindustrie
    Dr. Axel Kobus, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Business Line Process Technology and Engineering, Evonik
    Lukas Gröning, Head of Global Technology Deployment, Evonik
  • From smart Biopharmaceutical Processes to SMART Reactors
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Schlüter, Head of Institute of Multiphase Flows, TU Hamburg
    Dr. Thomas Wucherpfennig, Senior Principal Scientist & Associate Director – Late Stage Cell Culture Development, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma
  • Resource efficiency as key driver for the transformation of the chemical industry
    Dr. Nils Bottke, Group Leader Research & Development, BASF SE
    Dr. Marco Bosch, Head of IP and R&D Management – Net Zero Technologies, BASF SE
  • CIT Lecture
    Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Regina Palkovits, Chair of Heterogeneous Catalysis and Technical Chemistry, RWTH Aachen University
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