ceramitec conference 2021: High-Temperature Technologies
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Initially the ceramitec conference + exhibition was announced for 22–23 June 2021. But end of April, the organizing committee decided to approach all active participants to shift the date to 15–16 September 2021 to get more visitors to come to Munich/DE. Working together with Fraunhofer HTL/DE, IAPK/DE and the Expert Group CIM/DE as partners, CERAMIC APPLICATIONS will organise a two-track conference in FORUM 1 and FORUM 2, which will be complemented by AM Ceramics organised by Lithoz/AT in FORUM 3.
Under the umbrella of Fraunhofer HTL sessions on Thermoprocessing Equipment, High-Temperature Materials and Process Innovations have been organized.
An extract of the program is given here:
Clean and Green – Opportunities and Challenges for Industrial Kiln Construction in a Post-COVID Era
Andreas Hajduk, Sales Manager Technical Ceramics, Riedhammer GmbH/DE
Debinding and Sintering under Advanced Atmospheres
Heinz-Jürgen Blüm, Managing Director, MUT Advanced Heating GmbH/DE
Using Hydrogen in Ceramic Industry Kilns – H2 Hybrid Kilns Gaining Ground?
Hartmut Weber, Vice President Sales, CREMER Thermoprozessanlagen GmbH/DE
Oxide/Oxide Ceramic Matrix Composites – Replacement Possibility for Metallic Alloys at High Temperatures
Walter Pritzkow, Managing Director, Keramikblech/DE
New Refractory Materials and Concepts for the Reduction of CO2-Emissions of High-Temperature Processed
Dr Rainer Gaebel, Managing Director, Refratechnik Holding GmbH/DE
Upscaling Processes for Advanced Ceramics from Laboratory into Industrial Production
Axel Weiand, Vice President New Business, Onejoon GmbH/DE
EnerViT – Energy-Efficient Kiln Plants between Present and Future
Thomas Alten, Managing Director, Keramischer OFENBAU GmbH/DE
Debinding and Sintering Optimization via Apps
Dr Holger Friedrich, Senior Scientist, Fraunhofer HTL/DE
Energy Efficiency in Practice
Frank Veitengruber, Project Engineer, Forschungsgesellschaft für Energiewirtschaft mbH/DE