Fall in love with the February issue of The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering (CJCE). This month’s exciting Issue Highlights cover a range of chemical engineering topics, from environmentally-friendly engineering to safety in engineering processes.
A new year has started, and The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering (CJCE) is ready to meet it with our January issue. Highlights include "The development of a novel non-leaching flocculant, derived from activated carbon and polyacrylamide," and our January crossword puzzle!
The weather is getting colder outside, but things are heating up in the December issue of The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering (CJCE), with articles that include the aim to improve the safety of process plants by supporting emergency response planning, and an article on the performance assessment of drop tube reactor for biomass fast pyrolysis using process simulator.
The November issue of The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering (CJCE) opens with the announcement of the 2023 Lectureship Award winner, Sohrab Zendehboudi, honours Dr. Krishnaswamy Nandakumar, and highlights the newest installment in our popular Experimental Methods in Chemical Engineering series.
The October issue of The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering (CJCE) opens with the announcement of the 2023 Co-winners of the Award for Best Graduate Student Paper, and a feature article on CO2 utilization for methanol production.
The newest virtual issue, Spotlighting 2023: Top-Downloaded Articles, includes the 15 articles with the most downloads so far this year, all free to read now. The virtual issue covers a wide range of topics that are of interest to chemical engineers today, from planning for the future of energy, to evaluating current technologies, and investigating carbon dioxide release from storage tanks.
It’s time to fête a true pioneer. This month, the Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering (CJCE) is all about polymer reaction engineering, in celebration of none other than Professor Archie E. Hamielec.
CJCE is gearing up for CSChE 2023 in Calgary where our Editor-in-Chief, João B. P. Soares, will lead a Early Career Publishing workshop on the world of publishing scholarly and technical papers. This is a workshop you won’t want to miss, especially if you are early in your publishing career.
The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering (CJCE) is excited to announce that we have launched a new submissions platform in partnership with Wiley. Wiley’s Research Exchange (ReX) makes submitting your article to the CJCE fast and easy.