CERAMITEC 2009: High-calibre speakers in the CERAMITEC FORUM

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• Top-class supporting programme featuring leading lights in the sector
• Attendance at the lectures in the CERAMITEC FORUM is free of charge to visitors

It's not just the supporting programme at this year's CERAMITEC (20 to 23 October 2009 in Munich) that's first class. The speakers who will be talking about the various focus themes are highly regarded experts in the ceramics sector.

The programme kicks off on Tuesday, 20 October, with the very topical subject of 'Energy and Cost Efficiency in the Ceramic Industry'. Among those addressing this issue will be Dr Franz Beneke, chairman of the trade association of thermoprocessing and waste technology (Fachverband Thermoprozess- und Abfalltechnik) in the VDMA, and Maik Fischer, a project engineer at Eisenmann AG.

Leading sector experts are also taking to the rostrum in the 'Technical Ceramics and Powder Metallurgy Day', on Wednesday, 21 October. These include: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Paul Beiss, Director of the Institute for Materials Applications in Mechanical Engineering, Aachen; Arnaud Hory, Managing Director of CerLase SAS; Prof. Herbert Danninger, Institute Director at the Technical University of Vienna; and Jeff Brundage, Sales Manager, Superior Technical Ceramics.

The 'Heavy Clay Day' on Thursday, 22 October also features equally high-calibre speakers, among them Dr.-Ing. Philip Bahke, Project Manager Bayer Climate Check at Bayer Technology Service GmbH, the Managing Director of Novokeram Max Wagner GmbH, Christian Wagner, and Márton Varga, Managing Director of BURTON GmbH + Co. KG.

The India Day on 23 October, which is being organised this year for the first time at CERAMITEC, has an impressive line-up, too – with highly regarded international speakers. Taking part here alongside Anand Damle, the Managing Director of De Boer Damle Private Limited, will be Sandeep Dave, Director of Neptune Machinery, Swapan Guha, Managing Director of Hopewell Ceramics and President of the Indian Ceramics Society and others. Together they will be providing valuable insights into the various segments of the Indian ceramics market.

Simultaneous interpretation – in German and English – is provided at all lectures. Attendance at the lectures is free of charge; the forum is located in Hall A5.

Additional information about CERAMITEC 2009 is available at www.ceramitec.de.

Please note that you can get your accreditation for CERAMITEC 2009, as of now, from: www.ceramitec.de/...

CERAMITEC, 11th International Trade Fair for Machinery, Equipment, Plants, Processes and Raw Materials for CERAMICS and POWDER METALLURGY, will take place at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre from 20 to 23 October 2009. Since its premiere in 1979, CERAMITEC has developed into the world’s leading trade fair for the ceramic industry. The comprehensive supporting programme provides an overview of current trends and innovations in the ceramic market. CERAMITEC 2006 attracted 612 exhibitors from 42 countries and approx. 22,000 visitors from 106 countries. Statistics for CERAMITEC are checked by an independent auditor contracted by the Gesellschaft zur Freiwilligen Kontrolle von Messe- und Ausstellungszahlen (Society for Voluntary Control of Fair and Exhibition Statistics).
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