Main event sponsor:
THE ChemEngDay CONCEPT
This conference will bring together researchers, engineers and scientists from around the UK to explore the latest technological advances and research results in core areas of chemical engineering. Through a combination of a distinguished plenary speaker, parallel technical sessions with invited talks by leading experts from academia and industry, and interactive poster sessions, participants will showcase their research efforts and technologies, and share visions with researchers in the UK. New opportunities for collaborative effort will be created and, in particular, industrialists will be able to establish new dialogues and build relationships with universities in addition to developing links across industries.
- To strengthen the interactions within the UK chemical engineering academic community, in particular, to enhance communication among researchers and practitioners from the UK working in the area of chemical engineering.
- To create a dynamic environment for presenting, transferring, and exchanging the know-how and latest advanced research highlights and scientific achievements in chemical engineering
- To stimulate the creative professional activity of young engineers and scientists.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Academic researchers and industrial professionals at all levels working within research in chemical engineering and related sectors, particularly those based within the UK.
The outline programme is as follows. (The detailed programme is currently being finalised — the current draft can be found here.)
- Opening and Closing Plenary Keynote Lectures — outlining the challenges and horizon scanning.
- Medal lectures.
- Presentations delivered by leading chemical engineering experts, grouped into the following programme themes:
- Energy/Water/Food Nexus
- Meeting the Energy Demand
- Materials Innovation
- Biological Engineering
- Increased Manufacturing Value
- Chemical Engineering Education
- Invited speakers/session chairs include:
- Adisa Azapagic (Manchester)
- Alexander Bismarck (Imperial/Vienna)
- Joao Cabral (Imperial)
- Mark-Olivier Coppens (UCL)
- Jarka Glassey (Newcastle)
- Dale Keairns (Chair of AIChE Centre for Energy Initiatives)
- Kang Li (Imperial)
- Geoff Maitland (Imperial)
- Elaine Martin (Newcastle)
- Davide Mattia (Bath)
- Aline Miller (Manchester)
- John Perkins (Chief Scientific Adviser, BIS)
- Nilay Shah (Imperial)
- Ian Shott (Shott Trinovo)
- Robin Taylor (NNL)
- Nigel Titchener-Hooker (UCL)
- Maurice Wilkins (Yokagawa)
- Phil Wright (Sheffield)
- Poster sessions — aimed particularly at early career researchers — providing additional opportunities to showcase your research to experts and peers and to hear innovations within chemical engineering research. Prizes will be awarded to the best posters on display. To submit a poster abstract please click here.
- A careers-focussed session, including discussion and “meet the faculty/candidate” speed dating.
- An exclusive dinner to which all participants are invited (cost included in the registration fee).
- The cost of attending this conference is £200. This includes attendance, refreshments, conference documentation and the exclusive dinner. A discounted rate of £150 is available to PhD students. To register please go to the Registration page.
- Registration deadline — 14 March 2014
- Poster abstract submissions CLOSED
- Notification of poster acceptance by 14 March 2014
- Registration for speed dating for the “Academic jobs and fellowships” session — 28 March 2014
- ChemEngDayUK 2014 conference dates — 7-8 April 2014
If you have any queries regarding ChemEngDayUK 2014, please contact Tim Mummery (T: 0161 306 4361).