CEM 2020

CEM 2020 - Conference Programme

CEM 2020 conference programme will be available soon

Please see CEM 2018 conference programme below

CEM 2018 Conference Programme - Day1 (16th May 2018)
Time Title Speaker Company Country
09:15-09:30 Opening      
Session 1: Regulation (Chair(s): Rod Robinson & David Graham)
09:30-09:50 Emissions Regulation within the European Union Mr David Graham Uniper United Kingdom
09:50-10:100 CEMS, an effective compliance enforcement tool, connects international market and expertise- A case study from India Mr Sanjeev K Kanchan Centre for Science and Environment India
10:10-10:30 Characterization in the discharge of plants, of atmospheric emission of black carbon Mrs Isaline FRABOULET INERIS France
10:30-10:50 Medium Combustion Plants Directive (MCPD) overview with focus on calibration and instrumentation gases necessary to comply with the new regulatory requirements Dr Roberto Parola The Linde Group Germany
Coffee and Exhibition (10:50-11:10)
11:10-11:30 Emissions Reduction Using Combustion and Post Combustion Analyzer Control Strategies Dr Barbara Marshik Servomex United States
11:30-11:50 The prospect for diesel and the likely real-world impact of RDE and WLTP: how effective will they be? Mr Nick Molden Emissions Analytics United Kingdom
11:50-12:10 Mobile chasing measurement of on-road emissions of diesel trucks: Evidences of high NOX emissions from China IV vehicles Dr Shaojun Zhang Cornell University United States
12:10-12:30 Comparing emissions from road, river and sea transport Mrs Anita Bradshaw Green Sea Guard B.V. Netherlands
Lunch (12:30-14:00)
ThermoFisherLunch Time Seminar by Thermo Fisher (13:20-14:00): Speciated Mercury Emission Behavior as a Function of Fuel Type and Pollution Control Device
Session 2: Standards and Quality (Chair(s): Jean Poulleau & Peter Wilbring)
14:00-14:20 Improving the quality of measurements of stack emissions: - An update on research and standardisation activities in Europe Mr Rod Robinson National Physical Laboratory United Kingdom
14:20-14:40 Results of an Interlaboratory comparison on emissions measuremente between 40 Italian public laboratories Dr Domenico Cipriano RSE Italy
14:40-15:00 The Last Decades Performance for Emissions Measurements of CO, NOx, SO2, TOC and Dust Assessed via Combining UK and German Proficiency Testing Data from Stack Simulator Facilities Dr Marc Coleman National Physical Laboratory United Kingdom
15:00-15:20 The Importance of Measurement Uncertainty for Emissions Compliance Mr Frans Blank DNV-GL Netherlands
Coffee and Exhibition (15:20-15:40)
15:40-16:00 Validation of an "Infrared analytical technique" for sampling and determination of hydrogen chloride content in ducts and stacks from industrial sites Mr Chris Dimopoulos National Physical Laboratory United Kingdom
16:00-16:20 CEMS for monitoring GHG emissions in EU Emissions Trading - Current state of application and improvements of monitoring methods Mr Guido Baum TÜV Rheinland Energy GmbH Germany
16:20-16:40 Choosing the right tool from the ISO 6145 norm for gas analysers calibration Mr Georges Schmidt LNI Swissgas Switzerland
16:40-17:00 Implementation Challenges in CEMS Mr Chirag Bhimani GPCB India
CEM 2018 Conference Programme - Day2 (17th May 2018)
Time Conference Room 1 Conference Room 2
  Session 3: Mercury and fine particulate- Parallel Session
(Chair(s): Andy Curtis, Jeffrey Ryan & Robert Baxter)
Session 5: Fugitive and Fence line monitoring - Parallel Session
(Chair(s): Rod Robonson & Karsten Fuglsang)
09:10-09:30 Continuous mercury emission monitoring and the effects of cement plant operation and mitigation measures on mercury emissions
Presenter: Mr Felix Bartknecht,SICK AG, Germany
Results from the development and validation of a new European Standard for measuring fugitive emissions.
Presenter: Mr Rod Robinson, National Physical Laboratory, United Kingdom
09:30-09:50 Long-Term Mercury Monitoring Results of a Lignite-Fired Power Plant in the U.S.
Presenter: Mr Christoph Booke, AGT-PSG GmbH & Co. KG, Germany
Advanced remote sensing solutions accommodating petrochemical/chemical industrial monitoring needs and challenges
Presenter: Mr Gilad Shpitzer, Atmosfir Optics, Israel
09:50-10:10 Mercury measurement for increasingly stringent emissions controls
Presenter: Mr Michael Hayes, Linde North America, United States
Quantifying temporal variation in methane emission from a landfill using tracer dispersion method
Presenter: Dr Jacob Monster, FORCE Technology, Denmark
10:10-10:30 An Overview of Mercury Abatement and Monitoring Research in Poland
Presenter: Karl Wilber, Tekran Instruments, United States
Field validation of a novel, near real-time methane fugitive monitoring system for vent and leak detection
Presenter: Mr David Butterfield, National Physical Laboratory/ Natioanl Grid, United Kingdom
Coffee and Exhibition (10:30-11:00)
11:00-11:20 Future requirements for mercury emission monitoring
Presenter: Emilia Jyrkiäinen, Gasmet Europe Oy, Finland
A new laser sensing approach for application in fence line and fugitive emission monitoring
Presenter: Mr Mohammed Belal, MIRICO, United Kingdom
11:20-11:40 Continuous Hg measurement for optimization of Hg reduction measures
Presenter: Mrs Sarah Luehmann, DURAG GmbH, Germany
Innovative Optical multi Gas Imaging core for large scale adoption and fugitive emissions mitigation
Presenter: Dr Francisco Cortes, SENSIA Solutions S.L, Spain
11:40-12:00 A Different Look at PM Monitoring
Presenter: Mr Robert Baxter, B3 Systems, United States
Applications and field results for Quantitative Optical Gas Imaging
Presenter: Mr Steve Beynon, FLIR, United Kingdom
12:00-12:20 The impact of ever-decreasing emission limit values on process control, emission monitoring and calibration
Presenter: Ryan Goater, PCME, United Kingdom
On-line management of industrial fugitive dust emissions by fence line monitoring?
Presenter: Dr Hege Indresand, Teknova AS, Norway
12:20-12:40 Effect of PM/dust size distribution on PM CEMS response in a large scale coal CHP plant
Presenter: Mr Erkki Lamminen, Dekati Ltd, Finland
Quantification of fugitive dust emissions from bulk solids managing activities in ports
Presenter: Dr Vicenta Sanfelix, Instituto de Tecnologia Ceramica, Spain
Lunch (12:40-14:10)
ThermoFisherLunch Time Seminar by Thermo Fisher (13:20-14:00): Performance Specification Testing Challenges of Mercury CEMS, 10 Years After We Started
  Session 4: Gaseous species at low concentrations (HCl, HF, NH3, SO3, CH4, N2O, CHOH, TOC)- Parallel Session Main conference room
(Chair(s): Jean Poulleau & Peter Wilbring)
Session 5: Continues
14:10-14:30 Field characteristics of HCHO measurement method
Presenter: Dr Domenico Cipriano, RSE, Italy
Gas Cloud Imaging Technology for Emissions Monitoring
Presenter: Dr Joshua May,Rebellion Photonics, United States
14:30-14:50 Experience with measurements of Sulfur components including SO3 / H2SO4 for process control in coal fired power plants
Presenter: Mr Jorn Baasner, SICK AG, Germany
Innovative Air Quality Sampling and Measurement System Assisted by Drone
Presenter: Mr Nicolas Turgeon & Patrick Chatelle, Centre de recherche industrielle du Quebec (CRIQ) & Dronexperts, Canada
14:50-15:10 Multi-Component ISO 17025, ISO 17034 VOC Standards at Part Per Million Levels and Below
Presenter: Mr Michael Hayes, Linde North America, United States
Vertical concentration profiles measured with a drone in a street canyon
Presenter: Dr Matti Irjala, Aeromon Oy, Finland
Coffee and Exhibition (15:10-15:40)
  Session 6: Innovative Measurement Technology - Main conference (Chair(s): Karl Wilber & Jean Poulleau)  
15:40-16:00 Combination of OFCEAS Spectroscopy and Low Pressure sampling, the future of emission monitoring
Presenter: Mr Etienne Smith, AP2E, France
16:00-16:20 Continuous monitoring of biogenic CO2 emissions - A tool for the determination of the portion of green energy
Presenter: Mr Juergen Reinmann, Environnement S.A Deutschland, Germany
16:20-16:40 Novel CEM gas detection system for SO2, NOx and CO/CO2 monitoring based on small size NDIR- and NDUV - technology
Presenter: Prof Gerhard Wiegleb, University of Applied Sciences Dortmund, Germany
16:40-17:00 Measurement of Gaseous Species at Trace Levels with Laser Dispersion Spectroscopy
Presenter: Dr Graham Leggett, MIRICO Ltd, United Kingdom
CEM 2018 Conference Programme - Day3 (18th May 2018)
Time Title Speaker Company Country
Session 6: Innovative Measurement Technology (Continues) - Main conference (Chair(s): Karl Wilber & Jean Poulleau)
09:10-09:30 Determination of TOC in stack through innovative FID analyser easy to carry Dr Carlo Bruno Pollution srl Italy
09:30-09:50 Innovative gas flow measurement using ultrasound technology - application possibilities & installation examples Mr Sven Holzbacher SICK Engineering GmbH Germany
09:50-10:10 Real-time reconciliation of the location and causes behind exhaust emissions from a Euro 6 PHEV during real world on-road driving Harry Bradley Cambustion Ltd United Kingdom
Coffee and Exhibition (10:10-10:40)
Session 7: Industrial Case Studies (Chair(s): David Graham & Robert Baxter)
10:40-11:00 Assessment of Industrial Pollution Load through Online Continuous Emission Monitoring: A case study of Tata Steel Limited, Jamshedpur Mr Shubhanand Mukesh Tata Steel India
11:00-11:20 Stack Gas Flow Rate Validation and Verification Mr Jonathan Spence Uniper United Kingdom
11:20-11:40 Application in Renewable Energies field : odor online monitoring in methanization process Mr Louis Vivola CHROMATOTEC France
11:40-12:00 Monitoring EfW emissions... real-world case studies Mr Ken Roberts Gasmet Technologies United Kingdom
Close (12:00-12:10)