ICCE 2013 - Wednesday

  Wednesday 26 June 2013 - WTC  Morning Sessions
09.00-09.20 WTC-Auditorium: CONFERENCE OPENING
09.20-10,00 WTC-Auditorium Chair: Jennifer Field Plenary Lecture 1: David Sedlak, University of California, Berkeley, USA
“Optimizing the removal of trace organic contaminants in managed natural treatment systems
10.00-10.20 COFFEE BREAK-WTC-Agora Room
  Chairs: Joel Barrault / Carlos Estévez Chairs: Vicente Esteve / Gerhard Lammel Chairs: Victor Matamoros / Costas Michael
10.20-10.40 A-KN1-Green: Roger Sheldon,TU Delft, The Netherlands: "Green & sustainable chemistry: Methods & metrics" B-KN2-Atmospheric, Roy Harrison, Univ. Birmingham, UK: “Characterisation and behaviour of nanoparticles from road traffic exhaust” C-OW1: J. Margot, EPFL, Switzerland: Laccases: Potential treatment for removal of micropollutants in municipal wastewater?
10.40-11.00 C-OW2: P. N. Carvalho, Aarhus Univ., Denmark Pharmaceuticals removal from wastewaters in constructed wetlands
11.00-11.20 A-OG1: D. Cespi, Univ. Bologna,Italy: Application of LCA methodology to a chemical process: the production of acrylonitrile by ammoxidation B-OA1: M. Mendez, Univ. Lille, France: Modelling the chemically speciated PM2.5 over the French Northern region using the WRF-Chem system coupled to EMEP and regional emission inventories C-OW3: A. Garcia-Rodríguez, UdG, Spain: Biologically-based water reclamation systems: a sustainable alternative for removing pharmaceuticals and endocrine disrupting chemicals from wastewater
11.20-11.40 A-OG2: V. Fabregat, Univ. Jaume I, Spain: Synthesis of photoactive hydrophilic polymeric materials. Applications in synthetic chemistry and pollutant degradation B-OA2: N. Ratola, Univ. Murcia, Spain: POPs and PAHs in Norway and the UK–levels and distribution in pine needles, litter, soils and air C-OW4: G. Li Puma, Loughborough Univ., UK: Solar Water Detoxification Processes for the Removal of Estrogens, Antibiotics and other Contaminants of Emerging Concern
11.40-12.00 A-OG3: D. Kralisch, Univ. Jena, Germany: Chemical engineering of intensified flow-chemistry guided by sustainability issues B-OA3: M. Mulder, Masaryk Univ., CzechRepublic, Gas-particle partitioning and air-sea exchange of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the central and eastern Mediterranean C-OW5: L. Prieto-Rodríguez, Plat. Solar  Almería-CIEMAT, Spain: Removal of organic micro-contaminants from municipal waste water by an IBR system coupled to a solar photo-Fenton process as tertiary treatment
12.00-12.20 A-OG4: J. F. Da Costa ITQ-Univ. Politécnica Valencia, Spain: Sustainable production of hydrogen from steam reforming of bioethanol using a recycled catalytic material B-OA4: B. L. Van Drooge, IDAEA-CSIC, Spain: Seasonal and spatial variation of PM1 organic tracers in densely populated and highly insolated urban areas of humid and dry atmospheres C-KN3-Water: Ivana Ivancev-Tumbas, Univ. of Novi Sad, Republic of Serbia: “Universe of organics in drinking water treatment processes”
12.20-12.40 A-OG5: W. De Lange, LaMilCo, The Netherlands: Polymers: out of REACH? B-OA5: E. Venturini, Univ. Bologna, Italy: PM2.5 source apportionment by directional sampling and Positive Matrix Factorization (PMF)
12.40-13.00 Poster Session-WTC-Agora Room Introducing the UNEP/WHO report: State of the Science of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals-2012 Åke Bergman Coordinator of the report
13.00-14.00 LUNCH-WTC-Port Vell Room
WTC Locations: A-: Room A1; B-: Room A2+A3 ; C-: Auditorium ;   
D-: Port Vell Room ; E-: Agora Room  
  Wednesday 26 June 2013 - WTC  Afternoon Sessions
  Chairs: Guillermo Monrós / Thilo Hofmann  Chairs: Silvia Lacorte / Adrian Covaci Chairs: Valery Petrosyan / Sara Rodríguez
14.00-14.20 A-KN4-Soil: Graeme Paton, Univ. Aberdeen, UK: “Quantification of bioavailable fractions of elements and organic pollutants and sustainable steps to remediate these at the field scale” B-KN5-Emerging: Klaus Küemmerer, Leuphana Univ., Germany: “Emerging pollutants: Of old compounds and new ones, of micrograms and tonnes, from the past to the future” C-OW6: B. Buszewski,Nicolas Copernicus Univ., Poland: Utilization of diatomite modified by ionic liquids for uranium ions adsorption from aqueous solutions
14.20-14.40 C-OW7: T. Reemtsma, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research, Germany: Transformation of Organic Contaminants in Plants
14.40-15.00 A-OS1: M. Crampon, Normandie Univ., France: Analytical strategies to evaluate polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) bioavailability in soils; correlation with their biodegradability B-OE1: B. Chefetz,  Hebrew Univ. Jerusalem, Israel: Contaminants of emerging concern in the agro-environment: Uptake by crops, fate and processes C-OW8: A. Assunção, Univ. Algarve, Portugal: Palladium biorecovery using anaerobic bacterial communities
15.00-15.20 A-OS2: M. Furdek, Ruder Boskovic Inst., Croatia: Persistence of butyltin (BuT) compounds in the contaminated sediments from the Croatian Adriatic coast B-OE2: L. Barritaud, Veolia, France: Occurence of emerging organic micropollutants in urban wasterwaters, Non-targeted analysis using GCxGC TOF MS and LC-HRMS C-OW9: J. Kuipers, Wetsus-Wageningen Univ., The Netherlands: Intensified photocatalytic slurry reactor with a multitude of low intensity UV-LEDs for removal of micropollutants
15.20-15.40   B-OE3: S. M. Majedi, Ntl. Univ. Singapore: Toward a robust method for in situ separation, speciation analysis, and toxicity assessment of nanoparticles in natural water samples: Cloud point extraction of CuO nanoparticles C-OW10: J. Radjenovic, Univ. Queensland, Australia: Application of electrochemical processes for water and wastewater treatment
15.40-16.00 A-OS4: S. C. Wilson, Univ. New England, Australia: Food crop accumulation and bioavailability assessment for antimony (Sb) compared with arsenic (As) in contaminated soils B-OE4: A. Marcomini, Univ. Ca’Foscari Venice, Italy: Agglomeration and sedimentation of Titanium dioxide nanopartilces (n-TiO2) in synthetic and real waters C-KN6-Water: Susan Richardson, USA: “The next generation of drinking water disinfection by-products: Occurrence, formation, toxicity, and new links whith human epidemiology”
16.00-16.20 A-OS5: B. Beckingham, Univ. Tübingen, Germany: Sediment PAHs in the rivers of Ammer (Germany) and Liangtan (China): Differences between early- and newly-industrialized countries B-OE6: P. Garrigues, Univ. Bordeaux, France: Chemodiversity of organic xenobiotics in the environment: a naming and a scientific nightmare?
16.20-16.40 COFFEE BREAK-WTC-Agora Room
  Poster Session-WTC-Agora Room  
  Technical Sessions-WTC-A,B,C Rooms  
                       WTC Locations: A-: Room A1; B-: Room A2+A3 ; C-: Auditorium ; D-: Port Vell Room ; E-: Agora Room