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Events organized by Co-organized by Jan Ravenstijn www.pha-world-congress.com 4 th PHA platform World Congress, preliminary programme Tuesday, Sep 04, 2018 08:45-09:15 Jan Ravenstijn The PHA Platform - Virtues and Challenges 09:15-09:40 Mats Linder, Ellen MacArthur Foundation The role of PHA in a circular economy for plastics 09:40-10:05 Michael Carus, nova Institute Production capacities of bio-based polymers – status and outlook & political and social framework for further growth 10:05-10:30 Erwin LePoudre, Kaneka Marketing of Biodegradable Polymer PHBHTM as a Solution to Plastic Waste Issues 11:10-11:35 Harald Kaeb, narocon Pitfalls and opportunities for marketing PHA products 11:35-12:00 Fred Bollen, LifetecVision Exploiting competitive advantage and creating market attractiveness for PHA-polymers 12:00-12:25 Jos Labée, Modified Materials Use of PHBH in fishing gear 12:25-12:50 Sam Deconinck, OWS Biodegradation of PHAs: not simply a fixed feature Phil van Trump, Danimer 14:00-14:30 & Garry Kohl, PepsiCo PHA for packaging applications (t.b.c.) 14:30-14:55 Eligio Martini, MAIP PHBH compounds for electrical switches (ABB) 14:55-15:20 Pieter Samyn, Hasselt University Formulation and processing of PHB with fibrillated cellulose for nanocomposite films and paper coatings 15:20-15:45 Urs Hänggi, Biomer Virgin PHB has thermoplastic properties, but is not a thermoplast 16:00-16:20 Coffee 16:20-16:55 Eike Langenberg & Carsten Niermann, FKuR Meet the needs for future legislations: Innovative PHA compounds 16:55-17:20 Remy Jongboom, Biotec PHBH compounds for bags? Wednesday, Sep. 05, 2018 09:00-09:25 Karel Wilsens, AMIBM Nucleating agents for PHAs and other biopolymers 09:25-09:50 Christophe Collet, Scion Research From pine to PHA products 09:50-10:15 Leon Korving, Phario High quality PHBV from wastewater 10:15-10:40 Lenka Mynářová, Hydal/Nafigate Hydal PHA – Circular Economy Concept 11:20-11:45 Li Teng, Bluepha 11:45-12:10 Molly Morse, Mango Materials t.b.d. 12:10-12:35 Andrew Falcon, FullCycle Bioplastics PHB/PHBV from waste streams Bluepha: Industrial-scale Low-cost P(3HB-co-4HB) Production using Halomonas bluephagenesis TD via an Open Fermentation Process 14:00-14.25 Christian Bonten, IKT, Univ. Stuttgart Impact modification of PHB by building of a blockcopolymer 14:25-14:50 Harold van der Zande, Stamicarbon PHA coating for slow release fertilization 14:50-15:15 Ruud Rouleaux, Helian (on behalf of Tianan) PHBV from Tianan / 3D printing applications 16:05-16:30 Kenichiro Nishi, Kaneka PHBH applications presentation 16:30-16:55 Alessandro Carfagnini, Sabio Kartell (design furniture) 16:55-17:20 Stefan Jockenhövel, AMIBM Role of Biodegradable Polymers for (Regenerative) Medicine Subject to changes, please visit the conference website 10 bioplastics MAGAZINE [03/18] Vol. 13

Automotive Save the Date 04-05 Sep 2018 Cologne, Germany Register now, and benefit from our Early Bird discount until June 30/2018 www.pha-world-congress.com organized by Co-organized by Jan Ravenstijn PHA (Poly-Hydroxy-Alkanoates or polyhydroxy fatty acids) is a family of biobased polyesters. As in many mammals, including humans, that hold energy reserves in the form of body fat there are also bacteria that hold intracellular reserves of polyhydroxy alkanoates. Here the micro-organisms store a particularly high level of energy reserves (up to 80% of their own body weight) for when their sources of nutrition become scarce. Examples for such Polyhydroxyalkanoates are PHB, PHV, PHBV, PHBH and many more. That’s why we speak about the PHA platform. This PHA-platform is made up of a large variety of bioplastics raw materials made from many different renewable resources. 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, fi bers for woven and non-woven and inks. So PHAs cover a broad range of properties and applications. That’s why bioplastics MAGAZINE and Jan Ravenstijn are now organizing the 1 st PHA-platform World Congress on 4-5 September 2018 in Cologne / Germany. This congress will address the progress, challenges and market opportunities for the formation of this new polymer platform in the world. Every step in the value chain will be addressed. Raw materials, polymer manufacturing, compounding, polymer processing, applications, opportunities and end-of-life options will be discussed. When there is sufficient interest there will be a workshop on the basics of the PHA-platform in the afternoon of September 3 rd , preceding the conference.See website for details. Platinum Sponsor: Gold Sponsor: Silver Sponsor: Media Partner: Supported by: Bronze Sponsor: 1 st Media Partner Institut für Ökologie und Innovation bioplastics MAGAZINE [03/18] Vol. 13 11

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