New Trends in
Oilseed Crushing and Processing
13-14 March 2007,
The processing division of DGF is proud to announce the 2nd
Symposium in Leipzig, Germany. It is our intention to establish a three
year cycle of symposiums focusing on important trends and current
developments in seed and oil processing.
In 2004 we recognised a wide interest from the crushing and refining
industry, engineering companies, suppliers of equipment as well as
universities and research centres attending the Symposium
?Refining: Handling By-Products and Minor Components?.
Within the last three years the vegetable oil industry has been
influenced by tremendous changes, one of them being the bio diesel
?boom?. The impact on seed processing was dramatic due to
strong demand for oilseeds as a source for alternative energy. New oil
seed crushing plants are in planning or in construction. Increasing
quantities of products such as rape meal from extraction plants or
pressing plants come into the market. These valuable products are not
to be used for animal feed only as they are a food source as well.
?New Trends in Oilseed Crushing and Processing? is the
topic of the 2nd symposium in Leipzig, the meeting will take into
account current developments and will consider various aspects and
trends in evaluation of different oil seeds and new possibilities in
application of meal and cakes. An overview of latest developments in
oilseed processing technologies and state of the art equipment as well
as quality aspects and research activities will be given.
The symposium is addressed to all, working in or with the oil seed
processing industry such as investors, plant manager, project
engineers, operators, quality control manager, researcher, traders etc.
Leipzig is an excellent place with its tradition in culture and
and its recent up-coming importance as industry, logistics, science and
trade fair location. Leipzig is convenient and well connected for all
visitors via international airport, railway station and motorways.
It would be our great pleasure to welcome you in Leipzig.
Gunter Börner and Ernst W. Münch
Chairpersons, DGF Division ?Processing?
Registration and Coffee Reception
14:00-14:10 Welcome and Opening Remarks
14:10-15:00 "Rape Seed Proteins, Current Issues and
Dr. J. P. Krause, Dr. F. Pudel, PPM e.V., Magdeburg, Germany
15:00-15:40 "Properties of Rape Seed"
Prof. Dr. W. Friedt, University of Giessen, Germany
15:40-16:20 "Glycosinolates in Rape Seed Meal"
Dr. A. Gurgel, State Research Center of Agriculture and Fishery
Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Gülzow, Germany
16:20:16:50 Coffee Break
16:50-17:30 ?Rape Seed Meal and Rape Seed Cake in Animal
Nutrition- Facts and Trends?
Dr. F. Schöne, Thuringian State Institute of Agriculture, Jena,
17:30-18:10 "Flaking of Oilseeds"
G. Simon, Bauermeister Zerkleinerungstechnik, Norderstedt, Germany
18:10-18:50 "Exergy Process for Conditioning and Bypass Meal"
C. Münter, Exergy Consulting, Göteborg, Sweden
20:00 Dinner at the Ratskeller
"Desolventising and Meal Quality"
J. de Kock,
DeSmetBallestra, Zaventem, Belgium
"Flottweg ISP- Process for Soy Protein Production"
F. Kiel, Fa. Flottweg, Vilsbiburg, Germany
"Dehulling and Conditioning of Soybean in a Fluidized-Bed-Process?
Mörl, C. Douhtewa, A. Katzarov, Otto-von-Guericke University,
?Developments in Desolventising, Toasting, Drying, Cooling"
J. Rodriguez, Europa Crown, Hessle,
?Improvement of Rape Extraction Meal"
Börner, Dr. W. Paul, ÖHMI Engineering
GmbH, Magdeburg, Germany
"Recent Developments in Press Technology"
Harburg-Freudenberger Maschinenbau Hamburg, Germany
"Application of Extruders/ Expanders in Oilseed Processing"
Dr. W. Sitzmann,
Dr. S. Sternowski, Amandus Kahl, Reinbek, Germany
"Bypass Meal: An Important Feeding Stuff?
Prof. Dr. K.-H.
Südekum, University of Bonn, Bonn, Germany
Conference will take place at the Renaissance
Großer Brockhaus 3, D-04103 Leipzig, Germany,
Phone +49 341 1292-0 Fax +49 341 1292-125
E-Mail : email@example.com
is valid after receipt at DGF headquarters. Conference tickets will be
handed out at the registration desk and are not transferable.
16 February 2007 ||after
16 February 2007 |
||525 EUR |
EUR ||230 EUR |
The registration fee includes entry to the scientific program, the book
of abstracts, a list of participants, drinks during coffee breaks.
congress Dinner (13 March, 20:00) will take place at the Ratskeller in Leipzig.
experience awaits you for the congress dinner in the historical setting
of the cellar in the town hall. |
According to old custom varieties of meat are roasted on a spit, the
spits are taken around by journeyman who cut the meat straight onto
A selection of side dishes is of course available.
EUR 50 including Dinner and Drinks.
Vegetarians are asked to contact the headquaters in
advance to have an alternative arranged for them.
registration you will receive an invoice. Please pay free of bank
commission to: |
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Fettwissenschaft
Account No. 4 934 50700
BLZ 500 800 00
IBAN DE74 5008 0000 0493 4507 00
SWIFT (BIC) DRES DE FF
Dresdner Bank AG, Frankfurt/ Main
received on or before 16 February 2007 will be refunded in full less a
? 50 processing fee.
After that date cancellation charge is 50% of the
Should the congress be cancelled, the DGF is not responsible for
incidental costs incurred by registrants.
Großer Brockhaus 3
For alternative hotel accommodation please contact:
Leipzig Tourist Service e.V.
Richard-Wagner-Str. 1; D-04109 Leipzig
Tel.: +49/341/71 04-256
Fax: +49/341/71 04-271
to get there:
motorway A14 (Halle - Dresden)
Leave the A14 at exit no. 17, direction ?Leipzig
Mitte?, follow the B2
direction ?Leipzig Zentrum?. As soon as you reach
the City Centre (you
will see the Marriott Hotel in front of you) turn left at the traffic
lights and follow the ?Tröndlinring? (You
will pass the Main Train
Station on the left * ). Turn right at the second traffic light into
?Georgiring?, then turn left at the next traffic
?Grimmaischer Steinweg?. Take the first street on
the left, then the
first on the right hand side. After approximately 30 meters turn left
into the ?Salomonstrasse?
Turn into the first street on the left ?Großer
Brockhaus? where the main entrance of the hotel is
The entrance to the underground parking is opposite of the main
entrance of the Renaissance Leipzig Hotel
from motorway A9 (München ? Berlin)
Leave the A9 at exit no. 18 direction of Merseburg, ?Leipzig
Follow the B181, followed by the B87 direction ?Leipzig
Follow the main street to the City Centre
Stay on the ?Jahnallee? which is followed by the
Follow the description mentioned above as of *
The Renaissance Leipzig Hotel is situated 300 meters (direction
south-east) from the Main Train Station. The walking distance is 5-7
minutes, alternatively taxis are available for this journey.
Should you choose to walk please focus on the building with double
?M? on the roof, behind this building is the
Please follow the ?Querstraße? and after
approximately 100 meters you
will see the Renaissance Leipzig Hotel which is a part of the
?Brockhaus centre? (shortcut: via the
?Dörrienstrasse? to the back
entrance of the Renaissance Leipzig Hotel)
Please make use of the travel service of the German railroad at
Gesellschaft für Fettwissenschaft (DGF),
P.O. Box 90 04
40, D-60444 Frankfurt/Main, Germany,
+49/69/7917-533, Fax +49/69/7917-564, E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org,