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Yinlun Huang <[log in to unmask]>
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Yinlun Huang <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 2 Mar 2019 00:22:34 +0000
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Dear Colleagues,

We are very pleased to inform you that the 5th International Conference 
on Sustainable Chemical Product and Process Engineering (SCPPE) will be 
held in Tianjin, China, June 30-July 3, 2019. Attached please find a 
copy of the flyer for the conference.  The theme of the conference is 
"New Pathways towards Sustainable Process and Product Engineering," and 
it is designed to cover 12 topical areas.  We would like to invite you 
to attend the conference and present your newest research in those 
areas. Please note that the deadline for abstract submission is March 
31, 2019, and abstracts should be submitted through the conference 
website (http://c1-chem.tju.edu.cn/class/96).

Like all past four SCPPE's, this conference is again co-sponsored by the 
US National Science Foundation (NSF), which will provide partial travel 
support to US based academic attendees, particularly junior faculty 
members, postdoctoral researchers, and senior doctoral students 
(currently in their 3rd year of study or later in a PhD program).  The 
young researchers can apply for the 2019 SCPPE Young Researcher's NSF 
Travel Award.  Those interested should send your abstract and short-bio 
(up to 2 pages) to Prof. Yinlun Huang of Wayne State University 
([log in to unmask]) by April 15. Applicants will be informed of travel 
award decision by May 1, 2019. Should you have any questions, please let 
us know.

We are looking forward to your abstract submission and conference 
attendance.

Best regards,

Yinlun Huang (Conference Co-Chair, Professor of Chemical Engineering and 
Materials Science, Wayne State University)
Ignacio Grossmann (Co-Chair of the International Academic Committee, 
Professor of Chemical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University)


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