|13.30 - 13.40||Welcome|
|13.40 - 14.20||Rob
(Keynote- Speaker), Unilever Research, Vlaardingen, The Netherlands
"The Effects of the Refining Process Conditions on Contaminant - Removal and Side Reaction Products Formation"
|14.20 - 14.40||Bertrand
Rubner-Institut, Münster, Germany |
"Possibilities of 3-MCPD- Ester-Reduction during Refining of Vegetable Oils"
|14.40 - 15.00||Jan
de Kock, Marc Kellens, Wim
De Greyt, DeSmet-Ballestra, Zaventem, Belgium |
"Vegetable Oil Degumming - Current Status and Future Trends"
|15.00 - 15.20||Steen
Balchen, Alfa Laval Copenhagen A/S, Denmark |
"Semi- Continuous Deodorisation - New design Featuring Enhanced Heat Recovery and Stripping Efficiency"
|15.20 - 15.45||Discussion|
|15.45 - 16.15||Coffee Break|
|16.15 - 16.35||Klaus Schurz,
"Development of the Bleaching Process under the Perspective of Classic and New Applications"
|16.35 - 16.55||Massoud Jalalpoor,
& Co. KG, Worms, Germany |
"Quality Improvements using Silica Gel"
|16.55 - 17.15||Stefan Neufeld, JRS - J.
Rettenmaier & Söhne
GmbH + Co KG,
Rosenberg, Germany |
"Precoat Filtration: Filter Aids & Adsorbents"
|19.00||Dinner at the historical Auerbachs Keller (Registration required, 50 Euro including drinks)|
Auerbachs Keller (Auerbach's Cellar in English) is the best known and second oldest restaurant in Leipzig. It was described in Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's play Faust I, as the first place Mephistopheles takes Faust on their travels.
The wine bar was first mentioned in a historical record dated 1438. Although it was one of the city's most important wine bars already in the 16th century, its worldwide popularity is primarily due to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Goethe often visited Auerbach's Cellar while studying in Leipzig 1765-1768, and saw there two paintings on wood dating from 1625, one depicting the magician and astrologer
Between 1912 and 1913 much of Auerbach's Cellar was reconstructed and expanded as part of the demolition of the medieval construction above it and the erection of the Mädlerpassage. It was reopened on 22 February 1913, which is also the date when the two sculptures Mephisto and Faust and Bewitched Students were placed at the entrance of the wine bar.
|08.30 - 08.50||Edgar
Ahn, BDI Biodiesel International AG, Grambach/Graz, Austria |
"Milestones in Development of BDI's Multi- Feedstock Biodiesel Production Process"
|08.50 - 09.10||
Manfred Hoffmann, Tanja
Schaaf, Lurgi Gmbh, Frankfurt, Germany |
"Value Added Processing of FAME by Means of Fractionation and Hydration"
|09.10 - 09.20||Discussion|
|09.20 - 09.40||Karl-Heinz
Krause, Frank Pudel, Ralf-Peter Tressel, PPM Pilot
Magdeburg, Germany |
"Improvement of the Quality of Rapeseed Meal by Gentle Fluidised Bed Desolventizing"
|09.40 - 10.00||Friedrich
Landesanstalt für Landwirtschaft, Jena, Germany
"Feed from Rapeseed with high Acceptance and Protein Quality in Animal Nutrition - Reality and Options"
|10.00 - 10.20||Gunter
Börner, Wolfgang Paul, ÖHMI-Engineering GmbH, Magdeburg,
Germany, Gunter Fleck, PPM, Magdeburg, Germany |
"Quality of Rape Seed Extraction Meal after Ethanolic Extraction"
|10.20 - 10.40||Hans-Jürgen
Rasehorn, Cimbria-Sket GmbH, Magdeburg |
"Rape Dehulling- Quality of Oil and Meal"
|10.40 - 11.00||Discussion|
|11.00 - 11.30||Coffee Break|
|11.30 - 11.50||Etienne
Le Clef, Bernard Simons, Jerome Evrard and Wim De Greyt, DeSmet
Ballestra, Zaventem, Belgium |
"Factors affecting Oil Yield and Quality during integrated Rapeseed Processing"
|11.50 - 12.10||Claus Bohling, Industrieberatung
Umwelt, Wistedt, Germany |
"Oilmills: Environmental Impact and Avoidance"
|12.10 - 12.30|| Thies
Langmaack, Bunge Europe, Hamburg,
"Safety Regulations in Oil Mills"
|12.30 - 12.45||Discussion|
|12.45 - 13.30||Michael Bockisch
(Keynote Speaker), Jesteburg,
"Fats and Oils in the next Decade- More than a look into a Glass Ball"
|13.30 - 13.45||Concluding Discussion|
is the largest city in the
German federal state of Saxony,
with a population of approximately 517,000. It is the industrial center
of the region and a major cultural center, offering interesting sights,
shopping possibilities and lively nightlife. |
First documented in 1015, and endowed with city and market privileges in 1165, the city of Leipzig has fundamentally shaped the history of Saxony and of Germany. Leipzig acquired the nickname Klein Paris ("Little Paris") in the 18th century, when it became a center of a classical literary movement under the leadership of German scholar and writer Johann Christoph Gottsched.
|The hometown of Johann
Sebastian Bach |
Johann Sebastian Bach was Leipzig's musical director and choirmaster of the St Thomas' Boys Choir between 1723 and 1750. The city has dedicated itself to maintaining Bach's heritage with the Bach Archives, the Bach Museum, the St Thomas' Boys Choir, and the Gewandhaus Orchestra
Leipzig Fair - "trade fairs
The Leipzig Fair is also known as the "mother of all trade fairs" and opened its new exhibition centre in 1996. In 1997 the trade fair celebrated the 500th anniversary of being granted the "Imperial Right to Hold Trade Fairs". The slogan of the Leipzig Fair: "trade fairs made-to-measure".
|Leipzig - the City of the
Revolution of 1989 |
Leipzig was the starting point for the events which led to the Peaceful Revolution of 1989. You can visit the original locations of St Nicholas's Church, where after the Prayers for Peace were said, the demonstrations started along Augustusplatz and the central ring road to the headquarters of the secret police (Stasi), part of which has been incorporated into the Museum in the "Round Corner".
Old City Hall |
Leipzig's Old Town Hall is one of the most beautiful Renaissance town halls in Germany. It was built between 1556 and 1557 in just nine months.
|before 26 February 2010||after
|DGF or Euro Fed Lipid-Members|| 465
Euro ||495 Euro|
||495 Euro||525 Euro|
||200 Euro||230 Euro|