1. Program
  2. Tuesday: Technical Sessions | Round Table | Sightseeing

Program - Tue, April 25

Morning Program | 08:30 – 12:00

Plenary talk

David Brenner | Columbia University
Far-UVC is showing significant potential to safely and efficiently inactivate airborne pathogens in occupied indoor locations

Surface & Air Disinfection I

UV Curing

Kenneth Wood (invited)
University of St Andrews

Safety and efficacy of Far-UVC for preventing transmission of viruses and bacteria

Dawn Skinner (invited)
Heraeus Noblelight Ltd

UV LED lamp systems in UV curing applications: achievements and challenges

Paula Zwicker (contributed)
University Medicine Greifswald

Far-UVC irradiation to prevent infection with multiresistant germs

Tanja Bizjak-Bayer (invited)
Excelitas Technologies Corp.

UV LEDs for curing – Where are they now?

Omid Riazati (contributed)
Technical University Munich

Inactivation of Respiratory Viruses in Aerosols via UV-C Radiation

Coffee Break + Exhibition | 10:00 – 10:30

Surface & Air Disinfection II

Semiconductors & Devices IV

Fahmi Yigit (invited)
Virobuster International GmbH

Facility management (HVAC system applications to prevent pandemic spread and energy savings)

Andrew Pakes (invited)

Recent progress in epitaxial technology for UV LED applications

Marvin Ruffin (contributed)
Excelitas Technologies

Upper Room Air Disinfection with UVC LEDs

Peter Parbrook (invited)
National Tyndall Institute

Prospects for B containing alloys for UVB and UVC LEDs

Davide Amodeo (contributed)
University of Siena

Safer schools with near-UVA technology: novel applications for Environmental Hygiene

Christian Miesner (contributed)
Smart United GmbH

Next Generation UV-C LED Collimation Module Allows New Fields of Applications

Christian Kaspari (contributed)
LayTec AG

Growth control during MOVPE of far-UV-C LED structures with optical in-situ metrology

Milad Raeiszadeh (contributed)
Acuva Technologies

UV-LED Intense Beam Air Disinfection: Superior Performance and Energy Efficient

Grigory Onushkin (contributed)
Signify Research

Challenges for LEDification of UV applications

Lunch Break + Exhibition | 12:00 – 13:00

Afternoon Program | 13:00 – 18:30

Water & Disinfection III

Surface & Air Disinfection III

Jutta Eggers (invited)
TZW: DVGW-Technologiezentrum Wasser

Upcoming standard for the use of UV LEDs in public drinking water disinfection

Nico Morgenbrod (invited)
Seoul Semiconductor Europe GmbH 

A Study to create a pleasant Environment in the Vehicle Interior by applying Violeds (UV) Technology

Hadas Mamane (invited)
Tel Aviv University

Wastewater reuse using a hybrid UV-vis-LED-photocatalytic membrane reactor to reduce CO2-footprint

Antonio Stocco (contributed)

Treatment of SARS-CoV-2 with LED irradiation from UV to visible range

Nicolas Volet (contributed)
UV Medico

Far-UVC generation and photonic integration

Ludek Blaha (contributed)
Masaryk University

Pilot testing of UV LED reactors for reuse of wastewaters: anti-microbial efficiency and effects on micropollutant concentrations

Linda Steinhaeusser (contributed)
Fraunhofer Institute for Organic Electronics, Electron Beam and Plasma Technology FEP

Automated UVC disinfection for the decontamination of surfaces

Tim Schwarzenberger (contributed)
DVGW-Technologiezentrum Wasser

Action spectrum of the surrogate Bacillus subtilis spores and impact on biodosimetric testing of devices for water disinfection using UVC LEDs

Hans Laschefski (contributed)
UL Solutions

Safety Requirements for UV Germicidal Equipment

Coffee Break + Exhibition | 14:30 – 15:00

Water & Air Disinfection

Analytic Applications

Karl Linden (invited)
 University of Colorado Boulder

LED-powered Protective Equipment: The Future of Safe Breathing

Christoph Söller (invited)
Heraeus Noblelight GmbH

UVC LEDs in the light of spectroscopic application

Peter Gordon (contributed)
Senko Advanced Components

Stamped Metallic Optical Reflectors enhancing Ultraviolet Light Emitting Diodes applied to POU and POE water treatment reactors

Oliver Lischtschenko (invited)
Ocean Insight

Enabling the Development of Modern X-Ray Scintillators with UV-LEDs

Thorsten Mally (contributed)
Fraunhofer IOSB-AST

Comparison of Eulerian and Lagrangian simulation methods for the dose calculation of UV-LED systems

Jens Rass (contributed)
Ferdinand-Braun-Institut gGmbH

Arrays of ultraviolet micro-LEDs for production, sensing, and communication

Paul Sparenborg (contributed)
Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics

»CAmPUS UV-C« – Competence-Center for the Assessment of Products with Ultraviolet Sterilization

Martin Schädel (contributed)
CiS Forschungsinstitut für Mikrosensorik

NDUV spectroscopy for ammonia determination

Niklas Papathanasiou (contributed)
sglux GmbH

On the accuracy of irradiance measurements of UV LEDs by folding the sensor spectral response function with generic LED emission profiles


Closing Remarks


Round Table on

Far-UVC Safety Considerations and Applications

Sightseeing Tour | 19:00 – 20:30

Experience Berlins historic and alive side of life and discover the German capital as a metropole of constant change, as the symbol of reunion and location of new ideas.
Meeting Point: Hotel Lobby, 18:45

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