Have you heard about the two CJCE-supported symposia taking place at CSChE 2023?
The Advances in Chemical Engineering: A CJCE Symposium will feature a series of 20+ invited talks organized and chaired by CJCE Editor-in-Chief João B. P. Soares of the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Alberta. These 30-minute talks by speakers from 15+ institutions across 7 countries will cover all areas of chemical engineering and are designed for a general audience of chemical engineers. Chemical engineers with all backgrounds and areas of expertise are encouraged to sit in on this symposium and learn about advances in the field from this exceptional lineup of experts.
Access the Advances in Chemical Engineering: A CJCE Symposium list of speakers and the titles of their talks here.
The Symposium in Honour of Professor Archie E. Hamielec of McMaster University will feature 40+ invited talks organized and chaired by CJCE Editor-in-Chief João B. P. Soares, Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Alberta; Alex Penlidis, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Waterloo; Shiping Zhu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen; and Hidetaka Tobita, Faculty of Engineering, University of Fukui. These 15 to 20-minute talks will cover diverse areas of polymerization reaction engineering and have been organized to honour the enduring legacy of Professor Archie E. Hamielec, one of the founders of polymerization reaction engineering. This outstanding group of speakers, from 30+ institutions across 10+ countries, exemplify the immense influence Professor Hamielec had, and continues to have, on this field. This symposium will also feature a talk from the organizers themselves, titled “Celebrating Archie’s Vision in Chemical Engineering”.
Access the Symposium in Honour of Prof. Archie E. Hamielec of McMaster University list of speakers and the titles of their talks here.
CJCE will also be publishing a Special Issue Honouring Professor Archie E. Hamielec later this year comprising invited articles from Professor Hamielec’s former students and colleagues, so be sure to keep an eye out for that special issue.