The 52nd Lubricants and Base Oils Symposium - 2019
16 - 18 October 2019, Esplanade Hotel, Zagreb, Croatia

PRELIMINARY SYMPOSIUM PROGRAMME

Organiser reserves the right to change the content and time schedule of the symposium programme at any time.

  1st WORKING DAY
Wednesday, 16 Oct. 2019
2nd WORKING DAY
Thursday, 17 Oct. 2019
3rd WORKING DAY
Friday, 18 Oct. 2019
08.00 Registration    
10.00 Opening Ceremony
Welcome remarks by the Organisers and Gold Sponsor
Trends and Requirements for Modern Engine Lubricants
John Dunkerley,
Lubrizol, United Kingdom
Advanced Defoaming Technologies for Controlling Foam
Josep Maria Torras,
Münzing Chemie, Spain
Evolving interchange guidelines and tests
Adri van de Ven,
ATIEL, Belgium
Future outlook for the lubricants industry, markets and trends
Matthieu Vaslin,
Chevron Oronite, France
Development of biobased metalworking fluids
Ljiljana Pedišić,
GOMA, Croatia
11.00 Coffee Break Coffee Break Coffee Break
11.30 PCMO/HDMO 2040 - A long Term Outlook
Milind Phadke,
KLINE & Company, India
Potential of Sulfonates for the Formulation of Industrial and Automotive Lubricants
Dr. Wigand Braune,
Lanxess, Germany
Benefits of energy efficient hydraulic fluids - ways to boost viscosimetrics
Zorica Davidović,
EVONIK /Bargos Loa, Serbia
The 2020 IMO Sulfur Cap and the Impact on Marine Lubricants Requirements
Dr. Georg S. Dodos,
Eldon's, Greece
High viscosity naphthenic base oils in industrial lubricants: gear oils and other applications
Prof. Thomas Norrby,
Nynas AB, Sweden
Viscometric properties of dispersive methacrylate additives of lubricating oils
Dr. Elvira Vidović,
Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology, University of Zagreb, Croatia
12.30 Lunch Lunch Closing the Conference
14.00 SEMINAR:
Practical possibilities for adapting the formulation of industrial lubricants to the future base oil landscape
Prof. Thomas Norrby,
NYNAS AB, Sweden
PANEL DISCUSSION:
Future of smaller sized lubricants manufacturers
Panellist will be confirmed later
 
15.30 Coffee Break Coffee Break
16.00 Just out novel PCMO specification ILSAC – GF6 helps to create improved Engine Oils to Meet Challenging new Emission and fuel economy standards
Bruno Novina
INA Maziva, Croatia
(Dr. Raj Shah,
Koehler Instrument Co., USA)
POSTER Session
ISO 21469 - The highest quality assurance for lubricants with incidental product contact
Srdjan Stankov,
NSF International, USA
17.00 Drinks reception -
19.15 - Pre-Dinner Drinks Reception
20.00 - Gala Dinner & Entertainment

IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

SPONSORS & EXHIBITORS

MEDIA PARTNERS

PHOTOGRAPHY TOUR

Some photographs from the 50th GOMA event.