04. - 05. April 2019

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Programm - Forum on Halogenated Pollutants 2019

Auf Sie wartet ein spannendes Programm rund um das Thema persistente organische Schadstoffe (POPs). Hochqualifizierte Sprecher aus staatlichen Untersuchungslaboratorien sowie Vertreter von Aufsichtsbehörden werden Ihre Stellungnahmen abgeben und sich aktiv am Hauptzweck der Veranstaltung beteiligen: Offene Diskussionen, um die heutigen Herausforderungen rund um POPs zeitnah aufzugreifen und zu bewerten. Verpassen Sie diese Gelegenheit nicht und seien Sie ein Teil davon.

Nachfolgend finden Sie das Programm in englischer Sprache. 
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Donnerstag, 04. April 2019

 

08:00 am - Entry and Registration
 

09:00 am
Welcome Speech 
Michael Baumann, LCTech GmbH, Obertaufkirchen, Germany


09:15 am
Analysis and Risk Assessment of Dioxins and PCBs in the Course of Time
Prof. Dr. Peter Fürst, Chemical and Veterinary Analytical Institute Münsterland-Emscher-Lippe (CVUA-MEL), Muenster, Germany 


10:00 am
Reducing the Tolerable Weekly Intake for Dioxins and dl-PCBs in Relation to the Current Exposure
Dr. Ron Hoogenboom, RIKILT - Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands


10:30 am - Coffee Break
 

11:15 am
Consequences for Official Control Laboratories
Dr. Thorsten Bernsmann, CVUA-MEL, Muenster, Germany


11:45 am
Panel Discussion
Moderation: Prof. Dr. Peter Fürst, Chemical and Veterinary Analytical Institute Münsterland-Emscher-Lippe (CVUA-MEL), Muenster, Germany


12:30 pm - Lunch


01:45 pm
Emerging and Existing Brominated Contaminants in Food
Dr. Alwyn Fernandes, University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom


02:30 pm
BFR Analysis – Results of EURL Proficiency Tests
Dr. Alexander Schächtele, EU Reference Laboratory for Halogenated POPs, Freiburg, Germany
 

03:00 pm - Coffe Break


03:30 pm
Chlorinated Paraffins – widespread Chemicals
Bettina Aschenbrenner, Bavarian Health and Food Safety Authority (LGL), Munich, Germany


04:00 pm
Chlorinated Paraffins – a Challenge for Routine Analysis in Food and Environmental Samples
Frank Neugebauer, EUROFINS GfA Lab Service GmbH, Hamburg, Germany


04:30 pm
The LCTech Mission – Delivering Unique Automated Solutions for Sample Preparation
Dr. Uwe Aulwurm, LCTech GmbH, Obertaufkirchen, Germany


05:00 pm - End 


06:00 pm
Dinner

Freitag, 05. April 2019


08:30 am - Entry
 

09:00 am
Opening Remarks
Angelika Köpf, LCTech GmbH, Obertaufkirchen, Germany


09:15 am
From Dioxins and PCBs to Halogenated POPs – Changes in the Tasks of the Network of EURL and NRLs
Dr. Rainer Malisch, EU Reference Laboratory for Halogenated POPs, Freiburg, Germany


09:45 am
Derivation of New Tolerable Weekly Intakes for PFOS and PFOA and Possible Consequences for Chemical Analysis
Dr. Ron Hoogenboom, RIKILT – Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands


10:15 am - Coffee Break


10:45 am
Analysis of PFAS in Environmental and Food Samples
Prof. Dr. Heidelore Fiedler, University MTM Research Center, Örebro, Sweden


11:15 am
Analytical Methods for PFAS in Fish and Other Foods
Dr. Stefan van Leeuwen, RIKILT - Wageningen University & Research, The Netherlands 


11:45 am
Modern Analytical Approaches for the Analytical Determination of Unknown PFAS at Contaminated Sites
Dr. Frank Thomas Lange, TZW: DVGW Water Technology Centre, Karlsruhe, Germany


12:15 pm - Lunch


02:00 pm
PFAS Analysis at the CVUA Freiburg / EURL for Halogenated POPs in Consequence of the Contamination Case in Baden-Württemberg
Theresa Zwickel, EU Reference Laboratory for Halogenated POPs, Freiburg, Germany  


02:30 pm
New Approaches for the Removal of Per- and Polyfluorinated Substances from various Waters. - Do's and Don'ts and How is the Reality?
Maik Rudloff, University of Koblenz-Landau, Institute for Environmental Sciences, Landau, Germany


03:00 pm
Closing Remarks
Maximilian Baumann, LCTech GmcH, Obertaufkirchen, Germany


03:00 pm - End of Event

 

 

 

 

 

Experts from MACHEREY-NAGEL, Thermo Fisher Scientific and LCTech will be available during the whole event for discussions about analytical solutions.

- Änderungen vorbehalten -