|1 August 2006
||Information on Arrival is available.
|19 July 2006
||Final Scientific Program has been displayed. Final acceptation letters are being sent by email.
|14 January 2006
||PRES 2006 Plenary lectures annoucement:
S. J. Perry (University of Manchester, UK):
Towards a framework for learning and teaching in engineering in the 21st century
Luis F. Diaz (President of CalRecovery, Inc., California, USA):
Achieving High Waste Diversion Rates
Stratos Pistikopoulos (Imperial College, London, UK):
Parametric programming & control
Noam Lior (University of Pennsylvania, USA):
Energy resources and use: the present situation and possible paths to the future
|20 December 2005
Up to now, over 1000 contributions have been received which are summarised in the
List of Submitted Papers.
The on-line refereeing procedure has already started and its first part will be terminated by end of
December 2005. Thanks to the fast on-line refereeing we can afford to postpone the deadline for
submission of new/additional relevant papers up to 9 January 2006. Till that time, you can submit your
contribution(s) using the on-line Application Form.
The submission before this deadline ensures that the paper (after final acceptance) will be included in the Preliminary
Scientific Program. Papers submitted between 9 January 2006 and 15 May 2006 will be accepted mainly for poster presentation
and will be listed within the "Additionally submitted papers" on the web site, however, they will be included in the Final
Program. Then, additional papers will be still accepted for presentation (only as posters) up to the beginning of the Congress
but they will not be included in Congress materials.
|22 November 2005
||Plenary lectures annoucement:
Greg Lewin (President, Shell Global Solutions International BV - NL):
Possibilities into reality to create a green energy future
Klavs Jensen (Massachussetts Institute of Technology - US):
Chemical and biological microsystems - a revolution in discovery and development
|2 November 2005
||List of Submitted Papers is available HERE
|5 October 2005
Two additional symposia have beed proposed and included among the Congress topics, namely:
28. Symposium on multiphase flows in metallurgy,
which will be held in a close conjunction with the Topic 8 - Fluid flow and multiphase systems.
29. Symposium on process intensification and miniaturisation.
The objective of this Symposium is to bring together expert researchers in the emerging discipline
of Process Intensification and Miniaturisation (PIM) in order define its principles, interdisciplinarity
and industrial successes. This will clarify the bounds and potential of PIM and provide a definitive
identity and framework for future advancement.
|27 September 2005
Please note, that the European forum on teaching safety
to chemical engineers (.doc, 40 kB) has been added as a new topic with No. 27. Application for oral
or poster presentations are appreciated.