8th European Congress of Chemical Engineering

When & Where ECCE 8?

Time: September 25 - 29, 2011
Place: Berlin, Germany
Submission Deadline: February 1, 2011

Meeting Scope

Having the European Congress of Chemical Engineering and the European Congress of Applied Biotechnology together with several smaller events at the same place is an ambitious undertaking which holds the promise of finding new ideas in unexpected places. looking at the topics nearly all areas of our life are somehow related to Chemical Engineering and Applied Biotechnology, most particularly those which are in the centre of public discussion today: energy, water, Co2 and not least safety. The research programme will also show that engineering and technology is not based on such popular topics only, but that sound science and engineering still involve new insights in the classical foundation: unit operations and transfer processes. Both have changed with the computational skills and the new methods that have become available over the last decade and will change even more with the focus on nano scale, on biological or on interface dominated systems.

Meeting Topics

  • Advanced process control
  • Assessment of processes sustainability
  • Biorefineries
  • CAPE simulation and control
  • Catalytic processes for the production of semi products and fine chemicals
  • Catalytic transformation of renewable raw materials
  • Chemical reaction engineering
  • Downstream processing and separation science
  • Education and innovation
  • Energy efficient production
  • Energy: storage, fuel cells
  • Fluid dynamics and separation
  • Functional materials
  • High temperature technologies: materials and processes
  • Innovative materials for the construction of apparatus
  • Innovative separation technologies
  • Ionic liquids
  • Materials and construction - expanding the limits
  • Membrane technology for water production
  • Modelling and simulation in chemical engineering
  • Nanoparticles - formation and formulation technologies
  • Particle technology between product design and energy savings
  • Particle technology in evolving fields
  • PAT in biochemical engineering
  • Plant lifecycle management
  • Process biothermodynamics
  • Process intensification
  • Process-product modelling, simulation and design
  • Reactions in colloidal systems
  • Renewables, biofuels and bioenergy
  • Safety engineering
  • Secondary raw materials
  • Simulation, measurement and control of multiphase systems
  • Structure formation and product design
  • Thermodynamics of chemical and pharmaceutical systems

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