ACHEMA Pulse Brings the "who's who"
of the Process Industry onto the Virtual Stage
Find out about a new pump? Discuss the hydrogen economy virtually with CEOs from all over the world? Or listen to a research lecture on the simulation of fluids? ACHEMA Pulse offers all this and much more with its live programme on 15 and 16 June 2021.
The spectrum of offers ranges from overarching questions that concern the whole process industry to product presentations and scientific lectures. Prospective participants already find a treasure trove of lectures, panel discussions and workshops on the website and more topics will be added daily. To ensure that participants always have an overview, the programme is structured in different strands:
The three live stages broadcasting from Frankfurt provide space for overarching trends and inno-vations. The line-up of board members from industry leaders who will comment on current issues in chemistry, plant engineering, laboratory and pharmaceutical production in interviews and panel discussions includes Jürgen Nowicki (Linde), Martin Vollmer (Clariant), Klaus Schäfer (Covestro), Melanie Maas-Brunner (BASF), Eckard Eberle (Siemens Process Automation), Jörg Pieper (Romaco) and Andreas Widl (Samson). Highlight sessions on hydrogen, artificial intelligence, chemical recycling and biological production systems will bridge the gap between vision and practice. The "Laboratory of the Future" will present use cases live from the stage in Frankfurt, and there will also be a live demonstration on the topic of "5G". The experience of setting up vaccine production last year, as well as modularisation, data security and international sustainability initiatives in the chemical industry will be discussed. In addition, there will be the finals of the ACHEMA Innovation Challenge and pitches from the ACHEMA Start-up Award finalists, as well as numerous other programme items highlighting the world of the process industry from all perspectives.
With almost 100 hours of programme, the congress focuses on application-oriented research. It puts all aspects of plant engineering, process and reaction engineering and many other topics in the light of current research results. Scientists and users discuss which solutions are needed, what is technically possible and which major topics will move the process industry in the future.
In the Exhibitor Channels, participants can find out more about what the more than 870 exhibitors taking part in ACHEMA Pulse have to offer. They cover the entire range of technologies relevant to the chemical, pharmaceutical or food industries. The exclusive partners of ACHEMA Pulse, such as Ekato, Emerson, Excellence United, GEA, OPC Foundation, Romaco and Siemens, will stream their own extensive and top-class programme around their products and services on their own premium channels.
And in the Workshop Channels, a limited number of participants can have an exclusive in-depth exchange with technology and solution providers. These offers thus optimally complement the exhibitors' profiles and information, which will already be accessible on the platform from 31 May.
ACHEMA Pulse exploits the possibilities of a virtual platform by offering space for a wide variety of formats and topics and at the same time presenting them clearly and making them easily accessible - without wasting time by changing rooms and with the possibility to contact speakers and experts easily. The interactive event calendar offers numerous search and filter options to make a note of important dates. For those who, despite all their planning, cannot follow all the events live, the recordings will continue to be available in the follow-up until the end of June.
The complete programme of ACHEMA-Pulse is accessible with a Premium+ ticket, which is available at the early bird rate until 31 May 2021.
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Source: DECHEMA, Messe Frankfurt