Rückblick GEFTA Jahrestagung 2014

Annual congress with participation of GEFTA's European partner associations

Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry in Industry and Research -

40 Years of GEFTA

Berlin, Germany, September 16-19, 2014

Programme as PDF (102 KB).

Oral presentations


GEFTA Science Award 2014
has been awarded to Professor Christoph Schick (University of Rostock)
Award lecture: Calorimetry on time scales from microseconds to days

Netzsch-GEFTA Award 2014
has been awarded to Professor Jaroslav Šesták (Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague)
Award lecture: Award lecture: Temperature and its meaning under various and extreme conditions

TAInstruments Industrial Research Award
has been awarded to Dr. Leon Olde Damink (Matricel GmbH)
Award lecture: Award lecture: Nerve guides - Thermal analysis as a key to successful product design

Key lectures

KeyA1 Erhard Kemnitz (Berlin)
Fluorolytic Sol-Gel synthesis: A new approach towards nanoscopic metal fluorides

KeyA2 Jens Fischer (Basel, CH)
Thermal properties of dental ceramics strongly influence their clinical success

KeyA3 Wolfgang Bensch (Kiel)
Thermal decomposition of thiomolybdate precursors for preparation of catalysts

KeyA4 Krzystof Pielichowski (Kraków, PL)
Application of thermal analysis for the design of novel inorganic-organic hybrid materials

KeyB1 Dirk Walter (Gießen)
Toxicity of dust - Relevant parameters of health hazard

KeyC1 Matthias Epple (Duisburg-Essen)
Applications of thermal analysis in biomaterials science and biomineralization

KeyD1 Francis Stoessel (Basel, CH)
Application of calorimetry to the safety of industrial processes - From incidents to a mature science

KeyD2 Gerhard Ziegmann (Clausthal-Zellerfeld)
Reaction kinetics of epoxide systems in composite materials

KeyD3 S. Walter, S. Freitag, M. Tyrode (Mulhouse, F)
Thermal runaway prevention of high purity metals reacting with organic reagents

KeyE1 J. Lerchner, T. Hartmann, A. Wolf, F. Mertens (Freiberg)
Towards high throughput chip calorimetry by use of segmented flow technology

A: Thermal analysis and calorimetry for the development of new materials

A1 K. Heide (Jena)
Mass-spectrometric EGA - an useful tool in material and geochemistry

A2 J. Varga, M. Fischer, S. Wohlfahrt, M. Saraji-Bozorgzad, G. Matuschek, T. Denner, A. Reller, R. Zimmermann (München-Neuherberg)
Investigation of Sulfur Allotropes with Thermal Analysis - Single Photon Ionization Mass Spectrometry

A3 A. A. Efimova, L. Pfützner, G. Hubrig, P. Schmidt (Cottbus-Senftenberg)
Thermal behavior and thermal decomposition mechanism of some alkyl-imidazolium ionic liquids

A4 U. Bentrup, F. Emmerling, C. Rautenberg (Rostock)
Thermal decomposition of Keggin-type ammonium bismuth phosphomolybdates

A5 S. Yariv, I. Lapides (Jerusalem, IL)
Formation of charcoal-montmorillonite complexes during the thermal analysis of organo-montmorillonites, their structures and stabilities

A6 T. Engel, S. Schäfer, J. Moritz, G. Kickelbick (Saarbrücken)
Thermal analysis methods as a tool in the study of surface-functionalized inorganic nanoparticles

A7 T. Gestrich, M. Herrmann, A. Kaiser, R. Neher (Dresden)
Thermal analysis of ceramic materials at high temperatures

A8 J. I. Salazar Gómez, H. Lohmann, B. Krüger, B. Zeidler-Fandrich, I. Meyer, S. Reil, M. Jakuttis, A. Hornung (Oberhausen)
Thermal characterization of hydration-dehydration behavior of MgO composites as candidates for high-temperature waste heat storage

A9 P. Tabero, E. Pawlowska (Szczecin, PL)
Reactivity of T-Nb2O5 or H-Nb2O5 towards Li2CO3

A10 J. I. Salazar Gómez, B. Krüger, B. Zeidler-Fandrich, S. Bruzzano (Oberhausen)
Thermally responsive Diels-Alder materials as potential heat storage systems for the protection of electronic devices

B: Raw materials, environment, and sustainable development
B1 E. Smidt, J. Tintner, S. Klemm (Wien, A)
Aging of historical charcoals in the environment

B2 C. Ortmann (Eschborn)
Investigation of contaminated soils

B3 N. O. Gorodylova, V. Kosinová, P. Bëlina, P. Ŝulcová (Pardubice, CZ)
Study on complex chromium zirconium phosphates for application as inorganic colourants

B4 J. Rauch (Braunschweig)
Isoperibol gas calorimeter with a stirred water bath - uncertainty contributions of temperature inhomogeneities

C: Bioinorganics, biological and pharmaceutical systems
C1 Géza Regdon (Szeged, H)
Importance of thermal analysis in pharmaceutical technology

C2 A. Ferencz, T. Fekecs, M. Mehdi, I. Zapf, D. Lörinczy (Pécs, H)
DSC as a diagnostic tool in the medical applications

C3 E. Marti, E. Kaisersberger (Basel, CH, Marktleuthen)
Prediction, crystallization and stability of polymorphs: Influenced by the entropy differences of their solid states

C4 F. Könczöl, D. Lörinczy (Pécs, H)
Examination of the cyclophosphamide induced polyneuropathy on Guinea pig sciatic nerve and gastrocnemius muscle with differential scanning calorimetry

E: Instrumentation, Theory
E1 P. Ŝimon, T. Dubaj, Z. Cibulková (Bratislava, SK)
Reasonable application of isoconversional methods

E2 A. Brandenburg, E. Wappler, R. Moos, J. Kita (Bayreuth)
Development and optimization of a novel miniaturized ceramic differential scanning calorimeter

E3 E. Moukhina (Selb)
Direct Fourier analysis in modulated thermogravimetry

E4 E. Dümichen, U. Braun, H. Sturm, R. Senz (Berlin)
A new method for analyzing the decomposition gases of polymers by thermogravimetric solid-phase extraction thermal desorption gas chromatography mass spectrometry (TGA-SPE/TDS-GC-MS)

E5 M. A. Bohn (Pfinztal)
Modelling of DMA loss factor of elastomer binders for composite materials to separate binder fractions with different molecular mobility to assess their changes on external impacts

E6 E. Zhuravlev, J. W. P. Schmelzer, A. S. Abyzov, V. M. Fokin, R. Androsch, Ch. Schick (Rostock)
Two-stage crystallization of poly(ε-caprolactone) studied by Fast Scanning Calorimetry

E7 E. Moukhina, A. Schindler (Selb)
Automatic evaluation and identification of DSC curves

E8 J. E. K. Schawe, E. Hempel (Schwerzenbach, CH)
Influence of processing conditions on polymer crystallization measured by fast scanning DSC

E9 M. Feist, M. Ahrens, A. Siwek, Th. Braun, E. Kemnitz (Berlin)
Silane-modified aluminium chlorofluoride - Various ways of qualitative evaluation of PulseTA measurements

E10 P. van Ekeren, H. Berden, W. de Klerk, G. van den Mooter, Th. Pijpers, G. van den Poel (Therm. Anal. Working Group of the NL)
Quantitatively measuring the resolutions of a DSC using n-hexatriacontane

Poster contributions: (Alphabetically ordered by the first author)
P1 R. Arhelger, B. Brückel, M. Roth, D. Walter (Giessen)
Safety and health in the workplace - Verification of flour dust

P2 K. Bajer, U. Braun (Berlin)
The memory effect in polyolefinic products: A tool for confirming the steam-sterilization process?

P3 Christian Blocks, Robert Heinemann, Peer Schmidt (Senftenberg)
Vapor phase equilibria in the system Zn/P/O

P4 A. Blonska-Tabero, E. Filipek, A. Galera (Szczecin, PL)
Preliminary study on a new solid solution Co2-xMgxFeV3O11: synthesis, thermal stability and IR spectra

P5 M. Bosacka, E. Filipek (Szczecin, PL)
The synthesis and thermal stability of In3Cu2VO9

P6 A. Brandenburg, E. Wappler, J. Kita, R. Moos (Bayreuth)
Influence of the temperature distribution on the thermal resolution of a miniaturized ceramic differential scanning calorimeter

P7 G. Buntebarth, A. Péntek, A. Weller (Clausthal-Zellerfeld)
Thermal and humidity-dependent expansion of rocks

P8 G. Dqbrowska (Szczecin, PL)
Phase relation in the ZnSb2O6-ZnTa2O6 system

P9 M. Dreifke, D. I. Fried, M. Fröba (Hamburg)
Designing enzyme cascades for cofactor regeneration

P10 E. Durand, B. Guillaume, A. Demourgues, A. Tressaud (Bordeaux, F)
When thermal analysis leads to fundamental information in chemistry: the case of fluorinated materials

P11 T. Gestrich, J. Meinl , A. Michaelis (Dresden)
Processes during oxidative stabilisation of PAN-based carbon fibres

P12 W. Hohenauer, D. Lager (Wien, A)
Thermophysical properties of un-charred cork

P13 M. Jablonski, S. Tylutka (Szczecin, PL)
The influence of the initial concentration of sulphuric acid on thermal effect of the reaction with titanium raw materials

P14 M. Jablonski, S. Tylutka (Szczecin, PL)
Thermokinetics parameters as determination of sulphuric acid reaction with titanium raw materials

P15 D. Klimm (Berlin)
Thermal analysis for crystal growth beyond 2000°C: Case studies

P16 C. Lavenn, N. Guillou, G. Ledoux, R. Chiriac, A. Fateeva, B. Jouguet, A. Demessence (Lyon, F)
In-depth study of the solid-state crystallization of a luminescent gold-thiolate coordination polymer

P17 J. Lerchner, T. Hartmann, A. Wolf, F. Mertens (Freiberg)
Chip calorimetry of aggregated biological samples in segmented flow

P18 C. Meyer, R. Schadrack, R. Müller (Berlin)
Calibration of a push rod dilatometer

P19 B. Mietner (Hamburg)
Melting and freezing of water in ordered, nanoporous host structures with different surface polarities

P20 P. Myśliński , Ł. Szparaga, P. Kamasa, A. Gilewicz, J. Ratajski (Koszalin, PL)
Application of dilatometry with modulated temperature for thermo-mechanical analysis of antiwear coating/substrate systems

P21 A. Paczesna, E. Filipek, A. Gontarek (Szczecin, PL)
DTA-TG and XRD studies of the Ni2InVO6-CuO system

P22 A. Pajqk, S. Żaczek, P. Rybiński, G. Janowska (Łodz, PL)
Flammability and thermal stability of elastomeric composites containing aluminium or magnesium hydroxide and phthalocyanine derivatives

P23 M. Piz, G. Dqbrowska, E. Filipek (Szczecin, PL)
High-temperature reactions in the ternary VO2-Nb2O5(Ta2O5)-Fe2O3 systems

P24 S. Reinsch, R. Müller, J. Deubener, H. Behrens
DMTA study of hydrated soda-lime-silicate glasses

P25 U. Sazama, K. Peikert, M. Fröba (Hamburg)
Thermally induced phase transition behaviour of three new fluorinated metal-organic frameworks

P26 R. Stößer, M. Feist, C. Willgeroth, F. Emmerling, M. Menzel, H. Reuther (Berlin, Dresden)
The "quiet" Goldschmidt reaction 2 Al + α-Fe2O3 → 2 Fe + α-Al2O3

P27 P. Ŝulcová (Pardubice, CZ)
Activities of the Czech Group for Thermal Analysis

P28 P. Ŝulcová, K. Têŝitelová (Pardubice, CZ)
Study of mixes oxide pigments based on Bi-Ce-Nb

P29 P. Tabero, A. Frackowiak (Szczecin, PL)
Formation of the Al8V10W16O85 by the solution method

P30 J. Tintner, E. Smidt (Wien, A)
Description and interpretation of organic matter in soils and waste by means of thermal analysis

P31 E. Tomaszewicz, E. Filipek (Szczecin, PL)
Phase equilibria and thermal stability of CuMo(1-x)WxO4 and CuW(1-y)MoyO4 in the CuMoO4-CuWO4 system

P32 A. Vogel, S. Platz, T. P. Vu, F. Kern, U. Menzel, R. Gadow (Stuttgart)
Thermal behaviour of powdered activated carbon and sewage substances after the separation by a combined electrocoagulation and electroflotation process

P33 S. Wrabetz, T.C.R. Rocha, D. Teschner, A. Knop-Gericke, G. Vilé, J. Pérez-Ramirez, R. Schlögl (Berlin, Zürich, CH, Guará, BR)
Active sites characterisation using adsorption microcalorimetry at reaction temperature

P34 V. Siozios, S. Neuenfeld, W. Kunze (Eschborn, Darmstadt)
Sample mass and heating rate influence on the DSC resolution of n-Hexatriacontane

P35 Cl. Flügel, E. Kemnitz (Berlin)
Nano composites based on nano magnesium fluoride and the perfluoropolymer THV

P36 A. Tarasov, J. Schumann, S. Kühl, M. Behrens (Berlin)
Thermal analysis as a guide for preparation of supported Cu-catalysts

Organization: Dr. Michael Feist
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institut für Chemie, Germany
e-mail: feistm@chemie.hu-berlin.de

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