3rd Conference on sustainable chemical conversion in industry


October 27-28, 2020 | Hybrid conference/Berlin

These presentation files of the conference are provided free of charge.
Missing lecture files will be added as soon as the speakers' approvals are available.

Tuesday October 27, 2020

Federal Minister Anja Karliczek


Patrick Child

Framework for a climate-neutral industry

Prof. Dr. Robert Schlögl

Carbon2Chem® 2016 to 2020

Federal Minister Peter Altmaier


Dr. Arnd Köfler

CO2 free steel production: contribution of Carbon2Chem® and other routes

Prof. Martin Stratmann

Tasks for the fundamental research

Prof. Dr. Ralf B. Wehrspohn

Hydrogen innovations – drivers of sustainable value creation

Tara Nitz

Creating carbon cycles: key to climate neutrality and resource protection

Holger Loesch

Decarbonising energy-intensive industries – chance or mission impossible?

Dr. Jörg Rothermel

The chemical industry – seeking and offering solutions for a CO2-neutral future

Elise Le Goff

PtX technologies contribution to GHG reduction – CatVIV project

Daniel Muthmann

Establishment of a new European energy system by 2050

Wednesday October 28, 2020

Prof. Dr. Görge Deerberg & Dr. Markus Oles

System integration – the center piece of Carbon2Chem®

Thomas Perterer

The lime industry’s challenging ambitions to achieve a carbon-negative footprint

Dr. Ralph Kleinschmidt

Implementing the Carbon2Chem® technology into other industries

Michaela Schröder

Role of the thermal waste treatment

Dr. Andreas Geisbauer & Dr. Holger Ruland

A new challenge – reference processes and Carbon2Chem®

Dr. Marco Waas

A European strategy for CO2-neutral methanol

Dr. Dorit Wolf

Catalyst and process development for higher alcohol and olefin production

Dr. Andreas Frey & Dr. Karsten Büker

Technical solutions for a CO2-neutral production

Tim Schulzke & Dr. Matthias Krüger

Industrial scale up in Carbon2Chem® – design of test campaigns with the demonstration plant

Dr. Daniel Maga

Life cycle assessment of the integrated production of steel and chemicals