i-SUP2012 - Final call for abstracts and invited speaker contributions


Invitation to the i-SUP2012 congress
Material technologies for resource effective production

Final call for abstracts: Register online


Join us at the interdisciplinary i-SUP2012 conference to be held in Bruges from May 6-9, 2012, with material technology sessions focusing on sustainable manufacturing and sustainable chemistry.

Dedicated key note and invited speakers let you have a taste of the latest developments in the different session themes:

Key note Materials for sustainability: Marc Van Sande, Umicore, Belgium,
Metal-based materials: a resource efficient approach

Invited Additive Manufacturing session: Christopher Tuck, Univ. Loughbourough, UK,
Additive Manufacturing, a Route for Sustainable Manufacturing?

Invited Surface Engineering session: Lars Pleth Nielsen, DTI, Denmark,
Solution driven R&D of novel nanostructured coatings meeting industrial demands

Invited Micro- And Nanopowders session: Marc Leparoux, EMPA, CH,
Inductively coupled thermal plasma: a flexible tool for the synthesis and the in-flight
functionalization of nanoparticles

Invited Catalyst Systems session: Guy B. Marin, Ghent University, Belgium,
New catalysts and materials: bridging the gap between the molecule and the chemical plant

Invited Plasma Enhanced Catalysis session: Christopher Whitehead, Univ. Manchester, UK,
Plasma-assisted catalysis: recent advances and perspectives

Invited Membrane System session: Wim G. Haije, ECN, The Netherlands,
The right metal hydride for dense H2 membrane applications: a needle in a hay stack

Submit your abstract before the end of February 2012 and discuss with us new developments in these exciting areas.

Looking forward to meeting you in Bruges!

Jan Meneve – i-SUP2012 Materials sessions co-ordinator

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