Glatt Colloquium on Powder Technology
29 – 30 November, 2023 / Weimar, Germany
Glatt powder synthesis in pulsating hot gas flow as well as processes in the high temperature fluidized bed play an important role.
Discover interesting possibilities for the synthesis and functionalization of advanced powder particles!
What to expect?
You will get a comprehensive overview of processes for thermal powder production:
- Production of raw materials / precursors
- Processes in the synthesis reactor
- Downstream processes
- Concrete application examples
For synthesis, coating and calcination of micro- and and nanopowders, treatment in a pulsating hot gas pulsating hot gas flow has proven to be advantageous in numerous cases. Learn more about this technology and its potential.
We have succeeded in bringing together leading scientists in this field. In this way, we can shed light on the entire process chain in the production of novel powders, both theoretically and by means of selected examples.
Who should attend?
Are you a materials scientist, product developer and are you involved in research or production? The colloquium is basically aimed at anyone who is looking for novel ways to manufacture, coat and thermally post-treat fine powders – from the nano to the micrometer range.
Solutions for complex stoichiometry and crystal structure requirements, for example in mixed oxides, will be considered, as well as options for organic and inorganic core-shell coating and aspects of calcination.
The combination of theoretical considerations and practical experience takes into account different levels of prior knowledge.
How to participate?
29.11. till 30.11.2023
Glatt Engineering GmbH, Nordstraße 12, 99427 Weimar
120 € (plus VAT)
Costs for the evening program on 29.11.2023 are included
Please register bindingly by 10.11.2023 at the latest at the following eMail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Upon request, you will also receive recommendations for overnight accommodation in the cultural city of Weimar.
We welcome you here in Weimar!
- anode materials.
- cathode materials.
- solid electrolytes.
- High specifical surfaces.
- Smallest amounts of doping elements homogeneously distributed in the distributed in the product.
- Improve sintering properties.
- Increase strength.
- Increase catalytic effect.
- UV protection.
- Luminescent effects.
- Self-cleaning or antimicrobial action.
- Reflection of infrared light.
- Insulating or heat-conducting properties.
Further information on this topic and related topics can also be found in the following publications: