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International Process Integration Jubilee Conference 2013 - Second Announcement

 

Do not miss this unique event aimed for 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 including oral presentations (by invitation only) and an open poster session. The oral presentations will be made by internationally top ranked speakers from academia and industry. See list of confirmed speakers below.

 

In addition, a workshop on teaching aspects of Process Integration (approaches, experiences, success stories) is planned for the afternoon of day three.

 

Welcome to Gothenburg!

 

 

Confirmed speakers:

         Robin Smith, University of Manchester, UK

         Ignacio Grossmann, Carnegie Mellon University, US

         Truls Gundersen, NTNU, Norway

         Bodo Linnhoff, UK

         Jiri Klemes, University of Pannonia, Hungary

         Daniel Favrat, EPFL, Switzerland

         Dominic Foo, University of Nottingham, Malaysia

         Paul Stuart, Ecole Polytechnique Montreal, Canada

         Jan Sandvig-Nielsen, Weel and Sandvig, Denmark

         Thore Berntsson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

         Frank Zhu, UOP, USA

         Jeffrey J. Siirola, Purdue University/Carnegie Mellon University, USA

         Carl-Erik Grip, LuleŚ University of Technology, Sweden

         Francois Marechal, Industrial Energy Systems Laboratory, EPFL, Switzerland

         Xiao Feng, China University of Petroleum, China

         Raymond R. Tan, De La Salle University, Philippines

         Theodora Retsina, American Process Inc., USA

         David C. Miller, U.S. Department of Energy, USA

         Les Bolton, BP, United Kingdom

 

 

More information available on:

www.chalmers.se/energy

www.iea-industry.org

 

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