02.12. - 03.12.2020, Online Conference | Die Akademie Fresenius GmbH
For many years, the Akademie Fresenius Conference has been the perfect platform for bringing together experts from all over Europe representing companies that manufacture and supply detergents and cleaning products. With the COVID-19 crisis, it has become difficult to gather physically. However, since we all need to continue to learn from one another, we have decided to transfer our dialogue to virtual space. We therefore cordially invite you to join this year’s Online Conference. Plenty of exciting presentations are awaiting you! And they will all be accessible from the comfort of your home or your office, thus reducing travel on the one hand and increasing accessibility on the other hand. We are looking forward to meeting you!
This conference is typically attended by experts from the R&D, analytics and quality assurance sectors. Find out first-hand about the most important issues within the trade.
The combination of specialist presentations from a broad range of different perspectives and the chance to discuss the topics with the experts.
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Chair: Stephan Haubold, Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Christine Schneider, Henkel, Germany
Florian Antony, Oeko-Institut, Germany
Paula Barreleiro, Werner & Mertz, Germany
Björn Sievers, Procter & Gamble, Germany
Barbara Dücker, Novozymes Germany
Peter Buttner, RAL, Germany
Anne-Laure Scelo, Staphyt Regulatory, France
Stuart Green, Lonza, UK
Chair: Dirk Bockmühl, Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Nicola Matic, Kline & Company, Czech Republic
Jörg Kinnius, Miele, Germany
Helen Herd, McBride, UK
Enda Carey, DuPont Nutrition & Bioscience, The Netherlands
Carlos Hanisch, SGS Institut Fresenius, Germany
Zena Malocho, SGS Institut Fresenius, Germany
Sara Wagner-Leifhelm, Stiftung Warentest, Germany
Klaus Hahn and Bengt Vernberg, Testfakta, Sweden
Florian Antony works at the Oeko-Institut as an expert in life cycle assessment, corporate carbon footprinting and product carbon footprinting. Since 2013 he manages the topic area “Methods” within Oeko-Institut’s Sustainable Products and Material Flows division. As part of his work at Oeko-Institut, he assessed the potential applicability of PEF results in the context of ecolabelling detergents. He has a dedicated focus on various kinds of sustainability metrics (including Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), Environmental Footprinting, Product Sustainability Assessment (PROSA) - with regard to both methodology development and application. Prior to his work at the Oeko-Institut’s, Mr. Antony studied Biology und History at the University of Freiburg.mehrweniger
Werner & Mertz, Germany
Paula Barreleiro is responsible for product development (home & personal care and professional cleaning) at Werner & Mertz. She has more than 18 years of experience in the consumer goods industry including fabric care, surface cleaners, dish and personal care. She holds a PhD in Physical Chemistry and is Board member of the division "Chemistry of Laundering" in the German Chemical Society.mehrweniger
Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Dirk Bockmühl obtained his PhD in Microbiology on the molecular pathogenicity of Candida albicans. Until 2010 he worked in the consumer goods industry, where he was responsible for numerous microbiological projects for cosmetics and the laundry and home care sector. Afterwards he changed to the Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences in Kleve, Germany, as a professor for hygiene and microbiology. His research interest is in domestic hygiene, especially in the development of consumer-related test methods for laundry and cleaning, and in the research on microbial communities in the domestic setting. Professor Bockmühl is a member of the scientific advisory board of the Sepawa and a board member of the division "Chemistry of Laundering" in the German Chemical Society (GDCh).mehrweniger
RAL Environment, Germany
Peter Buttner has been working for RAL in Germany since 2009. RAL is the awarding body for the German Blue Angel and the European Ecolabel. He is responsible for the award criteria of the product groups paints and varnishes, detergents and cleaning products, printer and further product groups.mehrweniger
DuPont Nutrition & Biosciences, The Netherlands
Enda Carey is an Application Scientist in Home & Personal Care at DuPont Nutrition & Bioscience, the Netherlands. He has a PhD in Physical Chemistry and has worked for 5 years in formulating surfactant matrices for various industrial markets.mehrweniger
Barbara Dücker is working as a HHC Market & Insights Manager at Novozymes A/S in Denmark. She is focusing on external relations, new applications, market overview and trends in products, formulations and tests. Previously she worked as Head of Technical Customer Support at Reckitt Benckiser / Propack and as Technical Manager at Clariant.mehrweniger
Stuart Green is Regulatory Manager at Lonza. After a number of years working in industrial research, he subsequently moved into a regulatory role. At Lonza his main focus is on biocides, primarily disinfection, under the Biocidal Products Regulation.mehrweniger
Klaus Hahn is Chief Executive Officer at Testfakta Research Nordic in Sweden, which is an independent test and research company specialising in laboratory testing and evaluation of products for consumers and professional users.mehrweniger
SGS Institut Fresenius, Germany
arlos Hanisch, toxicologist and biochemist, is working as an Innovation Product Manager for SGS Institut Fresenius. He is specialised in in vitro alternative methods for detergents and cosmetics and focused on performance tests for customised claim-support. He has more than 6 years of experience in in vitro techniques and toxicological, scientific issues.mehrweniger
Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Helen Herd is R&D Director for McBride and leads a team of scientists covering formulation and packaging development along with product innovation and regulatory affairs. McBride manufactures a broad range of homecare powder and liquid products to the top 50 Retailers in Europe. She has worked at McBride for over 20 years in mainly homecare product research & development but also European category marketing, technical services and customer logistics. She is a graduate chemist and has a MBA.mehrweniger
Joerg Kinnius has been working in R&D, Innovation Department, at Miele Bielefeld plant since 1998. He concentrates on project management in pre-development topics and is a specialist for detergent testing. He recently worked on PowerDisk Detergent together with an external partner.mehrweniger
SGS Institut Fresenius, Germany
Zena Malocho is working in the field of Cosmetic, Personal Care & Household Consumer Testing Services at SGS Institut Fresenius Germany.mehrweniger
Kline & Company, Czech Republic
Nikola Matic is a Director for the Chemicals & Materials practice of Kline & Company. He holds overall business responsibilities on Kline Market research Specialty chemicals practice, notably managing flagship industry programs including Personal Care Ingredients, Specialty Actives, Synthetic Latex Polymers, Specialty Biocides, Excipients, and Ingredients for Household, Industrial, and Institutional Cleaning Applications.mehrweniger
Staphyt Regulatory, France
Anne-Laure Scelo is an agronomist with a PhD in environmental toxicology. Since 2018, she works as a regulatory expert for Staphyt responsible for environmental risk assessment (including QSAR screening and higher tier modelling). Before, she has worked as an ecotoxicologist at the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety in the field of biocides and REACh regulations.mehrweniger
Christine Schneider is Global Senior Manager Sustainability in the field of Laundry & Home Care at Henkel in Duesseldorf.mehrweniger
Procter & Gamble, Germany
Björn Sievers is responsible for Brand Communications DACH Fabric & Home Care at Procter & Gamble Germany. His statement: Putting sustainability at scale to action is a long distance run and a joint effort at the same time. Nothing is black or white, many challenges need multiple players to partner. As a communications manager I help to navigate this complexity; for the benefit of internal and external stakeholders.mehrweniger
Bengt Vernberg is responsible for Business Development at Testfakta Research Nordic in Sweden, which is an independent test and research company specialising in laboratory testing and evaluation of products for consumers and professional users. He has a background in international finance and has worked in leading positions for companies in the telecom, IT and electronics sector prior to launching Testfakta in 2001.mehrweniger
Stiftung Warentest, Germany
Sara Wagner-Leifhelm holds a PhD in analytical chemistry. She is currently working as a project manager for Stiftung Warentest and is engaged in the testing of washing and cleaning agents among others. She has several years of experience in analytical and product development in an industrial environment.mehrweniger
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