Webinars: UV Disinfection

Webinars around the topic of UV-Disinfection against Covid-19. Backgrounds, studies and success stories.

No matter whether kindergartens, schools, offices, medical practices, restaurants or hotels. Wherever many people move, touch, talk, cough and sneeze, infection with viruses or bacteria is constant threat. UV-Light can help because it destroys the corona virus within a few seconds and thus protects against infections. Therefore it is ideal for disinfecting air, objects and surfaces of all kinds.

UVC disinfection is a dry and chemical-free method that reduces the bacterial load by 99.9% to 99.999%. The advantages of this technology are that it is extremely fast, reliable, durable and environmentally friendly. But how does UV work? What are some of the success stories already? Which product can I use? Is there scientific evidence for proving the effectivenes of UV? You will get answers to all these questions in our webinars.



Overview of topics

We offer webinars with four different topics. Each webinar is held in German and English.

Click on the topic that interests you and register now. Please register separately for each webinar.

Presenters and experts

Nico Wewer, Material- & Processengineer

Nico is an engineer with a degree in Material- & Manufacturing technology and is responsible for the assembly technology at Heraeus Noblelight UV-LED products. Furthermore he is accountable in the field of material- & process development with focus on the conversion of product requirements and customer needs.

Nico Barthel, UV Application Specialist

Nico is a state-certified technician for mechanical engineering. In addition, Mr. Barthel completed further training in technical business administration. He has been employed at Heraeus Noblelight as a sales engineer for about two years. His focus is on the field of UV disinfection.

Dr. Dr. Larisa von Riewel, CAE and simulation expert

Larisa is a scientist with PhD degrees in Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. She’s been with Heraeus for 10 years and is currently leading the Computer Aided Engineering Group (CAE). The CAE group is engaged in the coordination and implementation of complex research and development projects in the field of UV technology and infrared heat for industrial and analytical processes, focusing on theoretical, numerical and experimental approaches.

Dr. Marie-Luise Bopp, Biologist and Manager Marketing/Communications

Marie-Luise is a biologist, holds a PhD in biotechnology and is responsible for marketing and communications at Heraeus Noblelight. After additional training in marketing, sales and project management, she started her career in public relations for renewable resources. She has now been working at Heraeus for 21 years and thus has many years of experience in the field of UV technology.

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