Reserve March 18-20, 2013 for the International Process Integration Jubilee Conference in Gothenburg, Sweden! This will be a unique event for everybody interested in industrial energy systems and their possible future role in achieving a more sustainable society, e.g. the industrial process and energy R&D community, decision makers in industry and society as well as policy makers.


The first International Process Integration Conference was held in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1992.

Next year – around 20 years after – the International Process Integration Jubilee Conference is a two and a half day event with  presentations by invited internationally top ranked speakers from academia and industry, including a historic overview by Bodo Linnhoff.


You will get an overview of the Process Integration development during these 20 years, potentials for energy, economy and sustainability improvement in different industry sectors, examples of success stories and results,  opportunities for more sustainable industrial systems and greenhouse gas abatement as well as needs for further development.


In addition, a side event in the form of a Tutorial on Process Integration methods and tools is planned for the afternoon of day three.

The organising committee consists of some of the most important process integration scientists globally, namely:

• Robin Smith, University of Manchester, UK

• Ignacio Grossmann, Carnegie Mellon University, US

• Truls Gundersen, NTNU, Norway

• Jiri Klemes, University of Pannonia, Hungary

• Daniel Favrat, EPFL, Switzerland

• Mahmoud El-Halwagi, Texas A&M University, US

• Dominic Foo, University of Nottingham, Malaysia

• Paul Stuart, Ecole Polytechnique Montreal, Canada

• Jan Sandvig-Nielsen, Weel and Sandvig, Denmark (chair of IEA, IETS)

• Thore Berntsson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden (chair of the committee)


More detailed information about this event will be distributed during early autumn 2012.

Welcome to Gothenburg March 18-20, 2013!


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