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Events organized by Co-organized by Jan Ravenstijn Programme: 1st PHA platform World Congress Tuesday, Sep 04, 2018 08:45-09:15 Jan Ravenstijn Biomaterials Consulting Dealing with the opportunities and challenges of the PHA-platform. 09:15-09:40 Mats Linder – circular economy consultant The role of PHA in a circular economy for plastics 09:40-10:05 Andrew Falcon, FullCycle Bioplastics A Circular Economy Solution: PHA Bioplastics from Organic Waste 10:05-10:30 Michael Carus, nova Institute 11:10-11:35 Jos Lobée, Modified Materials Production capacities of bio-based polymers – status and outlook & political and social framework for further growth Replacing lead weights in angling, the long road from obvious problem to actual change. 11:35-12:00 Erwin LePoudre, Kaneka Marketing of Biodegradable Polymer PHBH as a Solution to Plastic Waste Issues Phil van Trump, Danimer 12:00-12:30 & Garry Kohl, PepsiCo Applications of PHA polymers in Barrier food packaging films 12:30-12:55 Eligio Martini, MAIP The first biotechnopolymer: PHBH compounds, e.g. for electrical switches (ABB) 14:05-14:30 Remy Jongboom, Biotec Industrial applications of PHBH in compounds 14:30-14:55 Harald Kaeb, narocon Pitfalls and opportunities for marketing PHA products 14:55-15:20 Sam Deconinck, OWS Biodegradation of PHAs: not simply a fixed feature Eike Langenberg & 15:55-16:20 Carsten Niermann, FKuR Meet the needs for future legislations: Innovative PHA compounds 16:20-16:55 Fred Bollen, LifetecVision Exploiting competitive advantage and creating market attractiveness for PHA-polymers 16:55-17:20 Karel Wilsens, AMIBM Nucleating agents for PHAs and other biopolymers Wednesday, Sep. 05, 2018 08:40-09:05 Lenka Mynářová, Hydal/Nafigate PHA – Circular Economy Concept 09:05-09:30 Ruud Rouleaux, Helian Polymers PHBV, manufacturing, applications and its use in 3D printing compounds. 09:30-09:55 René Rozendal, Paques 09:55-10:20 Martijn Bovee & Leon Korving – Phario High quality PHBV from wastewater 10:55-11:20 Christophe Collet, Scion Research From pine to PHA products 11:20-11:45 Li Teng, Bluepha Demonstration of PHBV production from waste streams at large scale: the link to the PHBV market Industrial-scale Low-cost P(3HB-co-4HB) Production via an open Fermentation Process 11:45-12:10 Stefan Jockenhövel, AMIBM Role of Biodegradable Polymers for (Regenerative) Medicine 12:10-12:35 Murray Hasinoff, Purcell Agri-Tech PHA coating for slow release fertilization 13:50-14:15 Guy Buyle, Centexbel The use of PHA polymers for textile applications 14:15-14:40 Molly Morse, Mango Materials Production of PHA-polymers from waste methane 14:40-15:05 Shunsuke Sato, Kaneka Fermentative production of PHBH and metabolic engineering for regulation of its material properties 15:40-16:05 Urs Hänggi, Biomer Virgin PHB has thermoplastic properties, but is not a thermoplast 16:05-16:30 Silvia Kliem, IKT, Univ. Stuttgart Impact modification of PHB by building of a blockcopolymer 16:30-17:05 Pieter Samyn, Hasselt University Formulation and processing of PHB with fibrillated cellulose for nanocomposite films and paper coatings Subject to changes. Please visit the conference website for the current version of the programme. Here you also find more info on the speakers ans well as abstracts of all presentations 10 bioplastics MAGAZINE [04/18] Vol. 13

Automotive Register now 04-05 Sep 2018 Cologne, Germany organized by Co-organized by Jan Ravenstijn PHA (Poly-Hydroxy-Alkanoates or polyhydroxy fatty acids) is a family of biobased polyesters. Examples for such Polyhydroxyalkanoates are PHB, PHV, PHBV, PHBH and many more. That’s why we speak about the PHA platform. Depending on the type of PHA, they can be used for applications in films and rigid packaging, biomedical applications, automotive, consumer electronics, appliances, toys, glues, adhesives, paints, coatings, fibers for woven and non-woven and inks. So PHAs cover a broad range of properties and applications. Also depending on the type, most PHAs are biodegradable in a wide range of environments, such as industrial and home composting, anaerobic digestion (AD), in soil, fresh- and even seawater. As PHAs are gaining more and more interest, bioplastics MAGAZINE and Jan Ravenstijn are now organizing the 1st PHAplatform World Congress on 4-5 September 2018 in Cologne / Germany. Platinum Sponsor: Gold Sponsor: Silver Sponsor: Bronze Sponsor: 1 st Media Partner Media Partner: MODERN PLASTICS INDIA Supported by: bioplastics MAGAZINE [03/18] Vol. 13 11

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