Presentations and Posters of the Leipziger Symposium 2018

We want to thank all participants and speakers for their contributions to the Leipziger Symposium 2018! The presented material and the talks in-between gave a deep insight into dynamic sorption processes with a theoretical, experimental and application point-of-view. We are proud to announce that the Leipziger Symposium on dynamic sorption will proceed next year! While working out the program is progress, you can already block the date or register directly for the Leipziger Symposium 2019:

14.05.2019 in Leipzig

We would be pleased to see you again in Leipzig!
We are also happy to provide you with the presentations and posters shared by our speaker as well as some pictures of the venue.

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Logo of Quantachrome GmbH & Co KG

Presentations of 2018

9:15 – 10:15 Dynamische Simulation von technischen Gasphasen-Adsorptionsprozessen
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dieter Bathen, IUTA

10:45-11:20 Dynamic water sorption – experiments and les-sons learned
Dipl.-Phys. Gunther Munz, Fraunhofer ISE,
Dipl.-Ing. Sebastian-Johannes Ernst, Fraunhofer ISE

11:00 – 12:00 Adsorption of polar and nonpolar vapors on selected adsorbents: experimental challenges and their solution
Dr. Marcus Lange, INC Leipzig

11:55 – 12:30 Adsorption of polar and nonpolar vapors on selected adsorbents: breakthrough curves and their simulation
Dr. Robert Eschrich, Quantachrome GmbH & Co. KG

12:30 – 13:05 Adsorption in dish washers
Dr.-Ing. Andreas Hauer, ZAE Bayern e.V.


14:45 – 15:20 Process concepts for the use of adsorption processes for thermal energy storage
Dr.-Ing. Henner Kerskes, Universität Stuttgart


15:50 – 16:25 Dynamic sorption characteristics as key for reliable performance predictions of adsorption chillers
Dr. Franz Lanzerath, RWTH Aachen

16:25 – 17:00 Alumino-phosphate coatings: From lab-scale adsorption experiments to the design of adsorption chiller heat-exchangers
Dr. Thomas Nonnen, Fahrenheit GmbH

Posters of 2018

1st Place Poster Prize: Sorption Collector – Performance increase of closed sorption storage systems
Rebekka Köll (1), Waldemar Wagner (1), Wim van Helden (1), Harald Poscharnig (2)
(1) AEE INTEC – Institut für Nachhaltige Technologien, AT

2nd Place Poster Prize: Shaping of Polymer-MOF-composites for Adsorption Driven Chillers
Serkan Gökpinar
Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf

3rd Place Poster Price: Measurements of water adsorption kinetics by heat flow evaluation of large pressure jumps to isobaric conditions
Jakob Eggebrecht, Alexandra Lieb
Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg

Adsorption of polar and nonpolar vapors on porous materials studied by  Inverse Gas Chromatography (IGC)
Frank Bauer, Ralf Meyer, Dirk Enke
Institute of Chemical Technology, Universität Leipzig, Germany

Characterisation of porous materials by Inverse Gas Chromatography (IGC)
Ralf Meyer (1), Frank Bauer (1), Sergej Naumov (2), Dirk Enke (1)
Institute of Chemical Technology, Universität Leipzig, Germany (1)
Leibniz Institute of Surface Modification, Leipzig, Germany (2)

Reactants-induced dynamic responses of heterogeneous catalysts monitored by microcalorimetry beyond adsorption
Sabine Wrabetz, Thomas Lunkenbein, Verena Streibel, Travis Jones, Axel Knop-Gericke, Annette Trunschke, Robert Schlögl
Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Berlin

Utilization of Structural Flexiblity in MOFs for the Separation of Hydrocarbons
H. Preißler (1), M. Lange (1), J. Möllmer (1), A. Kolesnikov (1), O. Erhart (2), H. Krautscheid (2), R. Gläser (1)
(1) Institut für Nichtklassische Chemie
(2) Institut für Anorganische Chemie, Universität Leipzig

Oscillometric-Gravimetric Measurements of Pure Gas Adsorption EquilibriaWithout the Non-Adsorption of Helium Hypothesis
J.U. Keller, M.U. Göbel, Th. Seeger
Technische Thermodynamik, Universität Siegen

Modelling multicomponent adsorption processes in packed adsorbent beds – a systematic approach
Andreas Berger (1), Martin Rauch (1), Stephan J. Reitmeier (1), Diego F. Vega (2), Martin Hartmann (2)
(1) Clariant Produkte GmbH, Bruckmühl, Germany
(2) Friedrich-Alexander-Universität, Erlangen-Nürnberg

Assessment of isotherm data for modelling purposes by fast adsorbent screening
Andreas Berger, Martin Rauch, Stephan J. Reitmeier
Clariant Produkte GmbH, Bruckmühl/Germany

The multifunctional 2-bed PSA test rig at Münster University of Applied Sciences
Aleksandra Marcinek
Fachhochschule Münster

Smart Screening of Metal-Organic Frameworks for Water Adsorption Application
Michelle Wöllner
Fraunhoder IWS, Dresden

Influence of the Anion on the Water Sorption Behavior and the Hydrostability of MIL-100(Fe)-type MOFs
Frank Piepenbreier
Uni Erlangen

Investigation of Phase Separation Technique to Obtain Metal Organic Frameworks as Monoliths
Emrah Hastürk
Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf

Evaluation of metal-organic framework Al-MIL-53-TDC as new adsorbent for heat transformation application
Niels Tannert
Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf

Pictures of 2018

Register online for the Leipziger Symposium 2019: 2019-05-14

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  • Industrial participants: 200,00 € (early bird until April 1st: 180,00 €)
  • Institutional participants: 120,00 € (early bird until April 1st: 100,00 €)
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