The European Workshop on Electrochemical Engineering is organized by the Working Party on Electrochemical Engineering of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering as a new type of event, aiming to bring together specialists in industry and academia working in these fields, while enabling interactions between academia and industry. Knowledge transfer and mutual interaction will be strongly promoted by round table gatherings and short presentations that allow research centres and industry to present their main interests and more advanced research. Moreover, a poster session is included in the program.
The European Workshop on Process Safety will take place from September 28th to September 29th, 2015 in Nice, France.
Innovation across Regions: Shaping Solutions for Resource Efficiency in Europe
To mark the end of a successful 3-year FP7 project, the project team of Chemical Regions for Resource Efficiency (R4R) will present its final findings and recommendations at its closing event on Wednesday, September 30th 2015, in Nice, France during the ECCE10 + ECAB3 + EPIC5 conference.
The central theme of the workshop is "Chemical Engineering, fit for the future?" We are pleased to welcome two prize-winning international educators to open our session on the future directions and the challenges of chemical engineering education. Suzanne Kresta is going to show how she improved the student's learning in mass and energy balances, and Jarka Glassey will detail the developments of the iTeach project, for improving teaching effectiveness in chemical engineering education. Some 'round-table' style discussion will then engage the audience participation just after the keynotes.
The workshop “Technological innovation for water management in the urban and industrial context” is an ECCE “think tank” that aims at presenting innovative technologies adapted to various new challenges encountered in both the urban and industrial contexts. This workshop will foster new and ground breakthroughs and some case studies of their integration into practical progress by bringing together leading researchers and technologists of the field of water.