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9 - 11 April 2019 // Nuremberg, Germany

Press releases about PARTEC

October 2018
Six high-calibre keynote speakers will provide inspiration with the latest findings from their discipline at PARTEC, the international congress for particle technology to be held in Nuremberg in April. The PARTEC Executive Committee chaired by Professor Stefan Heinrich has now announced the keynote speakers and topics. Congress delegates can look forward to speakers from the USA, UK, Australia and Germany among others. The keynotes cover a wide range of topics and touch on areas of application like additive manufacturing or CO2 reduction. The theme of PARTEC 2019 is “Particles for a better life”. More than 500 scientists and researchers are expected to attend the English-language congress in Nuremberg.
February 2018
“Particles for a better life” is the theme for PARTEC, the International Congress on Particle Technology, to be held in Nuremberg in 2019. The Executive Committee of PARTEC, chaired by Professor Stefan Heinrich, has now issued the call for papers: scientists engaged in research at universities, institutes or the wider industry are invited to submit their contributions for the Congress and present them to a top-level international community of experts at PARTEC 2019. PARTEC will be held at the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg from 9 to 11 April 2019, in parallel with POWTECH.
The next PARTEC congress will take place in April 2019 under the chairmanship of Professor Stefan Heinrich, Director of the Institute of Solids Process Engineering and Particle Technology at the Technical University of Hamburg (TUHH). He will work with the Executive Committee to develop the concept for PARTEC 2019 and is taking over the helm from Professor Hermann Nirschl, who was responsible for PARTEC 2016. The next round of the congress plans to focus on the dynamic simulation of networked solids processes.