Be it the very latest information or dialogue with experts, Cleanzone's array of events and top themes offers you the opportunity to broaden and deepen your cleanroom expertise.
Top Themes Cleanzone 2019
The trade fair will be addressing production efficiency in cleanrooms.
Cleanzone shapes the future
How will contamination be controlled in future? Will I still be relying on people for production processes or cleaning, or will this be taken care of by robots? Digitalisation and automation are already helping to optimise processes in cleanrooms. Data generation, data organisation and data exchange are all prerequisites for enabling AI-based systems to react flexibly to changes. Thanks to the use of smart simulations in advance, it is possible to eliminate some problems during the planning phase. At Cleanzone you can discover how your production under controlled conditions might look in future.
Cleanrooms do not have to be expensive
Not all cleanrooms are created equally. Depending on the requirements with regard to particle size and quantity, a lower cleanroom class might be more than sufficient for a company’s needs. There are also a number of popular and flexible options for those times when it is necessary to create a cleanroom quickly, including tents and modular units that can be up and running in just a short period of time. Under the top theme ‘Cleanrooms do not have to be expensive’, we shine a spotlight on successful projects that satisfied the unique requirements of clients. Discuss your plans with the experts at Cleanzone and obtain proposals for individual solutions.
DRRI Research Award
This year, the German Cleanroom Institute (DRRI) is for the first time presenting a Research Award worth 2,000 euros for an outstanding master's thesis submitted to a German university. The winning thesis must deal with innovative themes in the field of cleanroom technology that allow for practical implementation, and which are either currently of major practical or scientific interest, or may be in future. All thesis submissions must be supported by sound science and must have received a mark of no less than ‘good’ from the university.
Professors and department heads may themselves recommend outstanding works to the offices of the DRRI by sending in a copy of such theses by no later than 20 September 2019. A panel of experts drawn from DRRI members will be charged with evaluating the theses that are submitted.To German Cleanroom Institute (DRRI)
Cleanroom Future Award
The Cleanroom Future Award is aimed at companies, organisations, scientific institutions and individual persons.
It is looking for groundbreaking advances with regard to innovation, sustainability and efficiency. An international jury from the fields of Research and Teaching as well as Practitioners will select the five most advanced concepts. These are then presented during the Cleanzone. The best innovation will be chosen by visitors to the trade fair.
Deadline: 31 August 2019
And the winner 2018 was:
KEK GmbH, Germany
Product: Folding table for service technicians
- Egon Buchta
- Frank Duvernell
- Dr. Roy Fox
- Prof. Dr. Gerhard Winter
- Josef Ortner
We are currently preparing for the new Cleanzone 2019 programme. Please be patient, more information about what you expect to see in 2019 coming soon.
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Cleanzone Conference: The ultimate in cleanroom expertise
At the Cleanzone Conference, you can find out how to plan, build and operate your cleanroom reliably and efficiently. High-calibre speakers from industry, science and research will be providing information on the current status of technology and standards. Examples of applications offer you a view of what modern production under cleanroom conditions can look like. The range of topics to be covered is determined by a congress panel in conjunction with ReinraumAkademie and Messe Frankfurt.
Conference topics and lectures are being selected by an international jury for their topicality, scientific expertise and relevance.
- Frank Duvernell (ReinraumAkademie, Deutschland)
- Prof. Gernod Dittel (Dittel Engineering, Deutschland)
- Conor Murray (Irish Cleanrooms Society/ICS, Dublin, Irland)
- Dipl.-Phys. Thomas Wollstein (Verband Deutscher Ingenieure/VDI, Deutschland)
- Koos Agricola (VCCN, Niederlanden)
Cleanroom Future Talks: Discussions with experts
Cleanroom Media invites you to discuss the latest trends in the cleanroom industry with experts in a small, personal group. Get answers to the specific questions that matter for your production.
Focus on research and development
Universities and research institutes are drivers of innovation for industry – particularly in the highly dynamic field of cleanroom technology. Their findings give rise to new approaches, offer solutions to current problems and lay the foundation for future products and processes. The list of institutions that have already signed on includes Albstadt-Sigmaringen University, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation (IPA), Hermann-Rietschel-Institut at the Technical University of Berlin, OTH – Technical University of Applied Sciences, Amberg-Weiden and METAS (Federal Institute of Metrology).
Exhibitors also offer you an informative supporting programme.To Programme