2022 marks the 100th birthday of the IChemE. Throughout the year, IChemE will be running a series of events to honour the work of process engineers, past and present, and to recognise their myriad contributions to society. An array of celebrations will occur as part of the IChemE100 programme.
ChemEngDayUK 2022 is organised by the Heads of Chemical Engineering UK, HCEUK, and will address the future contributions of chemical and biochemical engineers over the next 100 years. These are likely to be aligned to the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs, with engineers playing a key role in the sustainable provision of healthcare, energy and food in an increasingly global and complex world. Benefits will be achieved by taking a systems approach to the solution of complex issues and through the invention, optimisation and scale-up of intensified and digitally enabled process technologies.
ChemEngDayUK 2022 will provide a platform for academics and industrialists to share their work in these fields highlighting, in particular, the contributions of early career researchers. The event will comprise a combination of distinguished plenary speakers and parallel technical sessions with invited oral and poster presentations. These will be complemented with networking opportunities, trade exhibitions and a conference dinner.
The Organising Committee is comprised of:
- Dr Vasileios Charitopoulos (UCL Chemical Engineering)
- Prof. Paul Dalby (UCL Biochemical Engineering)
- Dr Thomas Johnson (UCL Biochemical Engineering)
- Prof. Gary Lye (Co-Chair, UCL Biochemical Engineering)
- Prof. Eva Sorensen (Co-Chair, UCL Chemical Engineering)
- Dr Aikaterini Tsatse (UCL Chemical Engineering)
Please visit this page regularly for programme updates and deadline details. You can also register for further conference announcements.
For ChemEngDayUK 2022 enquiries email: firstname.lastname@example.org