As the CJCE celebrates its 100th volume anniversary in 2022, we have brought together a collection of content celebrating the journal’s history and importance within the chemical engineering community.

Special Virtual Issues

Current Trends in Chemical Engineering Research
This special virtual issue highlights cutting-edge research from authors who are contributing to important conversations taking place in chemical engineering research.

Highlighting Early Career Researchers in Chemical Engineering
This virtual issue highlights authors who have continued to submit high-quality leading-edge research and in doing so have been an important part of the journal’s ongoing success.

Free-to-read sneak peek into the 100th Volume Special Issue

Publication tips: How to write scientific articles that master the publication process and communicate your ideas efficiently

João B. P. Soares, Editor-in-Chief

A perspective on The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering commemorating its 100th volume: 1929–2021

Anil K. Mehrotra, João B. P. Soares, Krishnaswamy Nandakumar, Pierre J. Carreau, Norman Epstein, and Gregory S. Patience.

Associate Editor Perspectives Video Collection

Watch our video collection of responses from our Associate Editors to these questions:

  • What do you think has been the most important contribution to your field over the past 20 years?
  • Is there a pivotal moment or contribution that changed the direction of research in your field?
  • Is there a research trend or direction in your field that you would like to share?
  • What excites you most about future research in your field?

Read the full interviews here.

Upcoming 100th Volume Special Issue

“I am pleased to announce an upcoming special issue to celebrate this major landmark in our long history. All articles included in this special issue were written by current or past members of our Editorial Board or International Advisory Board, covering a wide range of chemical engineering topics, well in line with the philosophy of our Journal”
Joao Soares
Professor João B. P. Soares
Editor-in-Chief

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