Advances in Chemical Reactor Fundamentals

First-Principles-Based Chemical Reaction Engineering
Chemical Reaction Kinetics
Energy & Mass Transfer in Chemical Reactors
Fundamentals of Hydrodynamics and Fluid Flow in Chemical Reactors

Chemical Reaction Engineering and Reactor Design – Novel Experimental Approaches, Modeling, Scale-Up and Optimization

Mathematical Simulation: Multiscale Analytic and Computational Studies of Chemical Reactors

Development of Chemical Reactors and Flow-Sheeting of Reactive Processes
New Chemical Reactor Designs (e.g., Structured Reactors, Membrane Reactors, Microreactors, Nature-Inspired Reactor Concepts, Modular Reactor Design for Multiproduct Purpose)

Process Intensification and Multifunctional Reactors (e.g., Microwave/Induction Heated Reactors, Ultrasonic Reactors, Unsteady-State Forcing and Sorption Enhancement in Chemical Reactors,
High-gravity, High-Shear Reactors, Electricity-Driven Reactors)

Safety Considerations in Reactor Design and Operation

Chemical Reactors and Technologies for Targeted Applications

Environmental Protection and Utilization of Waste
Reactors for Polymers and Other Novel Materials with Targeted Properties
Reactors for Processing of Biomass and Renewable Feedstocks into Valuable Chemicals
Electrochemical and Photochemical Reaction Engineering
CO2 Sequestration and Utilization

Advanced Reactors and Technologies for Energy-Related Applications

Reactors for Fuel Production from Non-Conventional and Renewable Feedstocks
Advanced Reactors and Technologies for Manufacturing of Hydrogen
Reactors and Processes for Manufacturing, Conversion and Storage of Energy
Engineering of Fuel Cells
Solar-Driven Chemical Reactors


Duration of the plenary lectures is 1 hour, keynote lectures – 30 minutes,
oral presentations – 20 minutes including time for questions.

Posters presentations will be placed in a special heading of the conference website. For this, files of a single A0 page (or a reasonable number of pages) should be sent by 25 August 2021 to