The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering (CJCE) publishes twelve issues of cutting-edge chemical engineering research per year. The journal publishes original research articles, new theoretical interpretations or experimental findings, and critical reviews in the science or industrial practice of chemical and biochemical processes, covering nine subject areas.
All authors who publish with CJCE have the option of publishing an open access article, which is immediately free to read, download, and share for everyone, including those who do not subscribe, making CJCE a hybrid open access journal.
How? By paying an Article Publication Charge (APC), or a discounted APC if your institution has a Wiley Open Access Account, or at no cost if Wiley has signed a Transformational Agreement with your funder or institution.
This award is presented to a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant who has made an outstanding contribution to chemical engineering, demonstrating exceptional promise, while working in Canada.
Eligible candidates must have held their first professional appointment as an independent researcher in academia, government, or industry for seven years or less at the time of nomination submission.
Sponsored by the Journal, this award is presented for outstanding published work by a graduate student.