Innovation Event

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Kategorie: Innovation

Ort: Kubuk der FHNW, Hofackerstrasse 30, 4132 Muttenz

Ralf Dümpelmann

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Ralf Dümpelmann

Dr. | Senior Project Manager Micro, Nano & Materials


Tel. +41 61 295 50 20

ralf.notexisting@nodomain.comduempelmann@baselarea.notexisting@nodomain.comswiss
event Innovation

06.11.2018

15th International Symposium on Persistent Toxic Substances (ISPTS)

Persistent, bioaccumulative and toxic substances are a threat to the environment and humankind due to their biomagnification and the long-term-effects. One example are polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) which were widely used as coolants, insulating fluids and for various other applications before they were banned.
 
The International Symposium on Toxic Persistent Substances (ISPTS) addresses many questions about the environmental processes, bioaccumulation and toxicity as well as the development of innovative technologies for contamination control. This year, the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW) is proud to organize the event and to welcome many international speakers and participants.
 
The first day, Nov. 7th, includes short Industrial and Stakeholder Sessions to showcase innovative technologies and methods of the industry for example to quantify polyaromatic hydrocarbons in potable water, pollutant screenings or reuse of activated carbon to process drinking water. BaselArea.swiss chairs and supports this session.
 
 
When:  
06.11.2018: Evening: registration and welcome cocktail
07.-09.11.2018: Plenary talks, presentations and poster sessions
07.11.2018, 12:10-12:55 Industrial & stakeholder session
10.-11.11.2018: Tours organized for the international participants
Where: Kubuk der FHNW, Hofackerstrasse 30, 4132 Muttenz

Note: also one-day participation is possible

The ISPTS provides an excellent platform for experts, scientists and students working in the field of toxic substances. More information and the full program is available at https://ispts2018.ch/index.php.
 

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