Advisory Board

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Jumar

  • Head of Institute for Automation and Communication (ifak), affiliated to the Otto-von-Guericke-University of Magdeburg, departments: ICT and Automation, Water and Energy, Measurement Technology and Power Electronics, Transport and Assistance
  • Expertise in modelling, simulation, automation, measurement, control and operation of wastewater treatment systems
  • Membership in several specialist committees and working groups of DWA Deutsche Vereinigung für Wasserwirtschaft, Abwasser und Abfall e.V.
  • Advisory Council Member of VDI/VDE-GMA Gesellschaft Mess- und Automatisierungstechnik
  • Member of the Conference Board and Co-ordinating Committee Vice-Chair Computers, Cognition and Communication of IFAC International Federation of Automatic Control
  • Chairman of the Innovation Council of Deutsche Industrieforschungsgemeinschaft Konrad Zuse e.V.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Michael Schlüter

  • Head of Institute of Multiphase Flows at Hamburg University of Technology
  • Strong expertise in fluid dynamics of multiphase flows, micro reaction engineering and development of new measuring methods for multiscale phenomena, mass transfer in reactive multiphase systems, design and scale up of loop reactors
  • Member of the Scientific Committee “Japanese/German Bubble Column Symposiums”
  • Member of the Scientific Committee “International Conference for Multiphase Flows”
  • Member of the ProcessNet group „Mehrphasenströmungen“
  • Chair of the Working Party „Multiphase Fluid Flow“ of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE)
  • Coordination of DFG-Priority-Program SPP 1740 “Reactive Bubbly Flows“ and the ProcessNET-Initative “Campus Mehrphasenreaktoren”
  • Member of the DFG Interdisciplinary Commission for Pandemic Research

Franz-Peter Heidenreich

  • Represents the Department of Water Management and Soil Protection at the German Federal Environmental Foundation (Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt, DBU) which also covers water and wastewater treatment processes in municipal and industrial applications as well as energy efficiency and integrated resource recovery of valuable minerals and metals
  • The DBU funds innovative, exemplary and solution-oriented projects for the protection of the environment, with special consideration of small and medium-sized enterprises, i.e. nearly 9,700 projects since 1991.
  • The funding activities focus on environmental technology and research, nature conservation, environmental communication and protection of cultural assets.