Scientific program

Four-day CHEMREACTOR scientific program will comprise plenary invited lectures (1 hour), keynote lectures (30 minutes), oral presentations (20 minutes) and posters on the following topics:

Advances in Chemical Reactor Fundamentals
Chemical Reaction Kinetics
Energy & Mass Transfer in Chemical Reactors and first principles calculations
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)
Process Intensification and Novel Approaches in Multifunctional Reaction Processes (e.g., Microwave/Induction Heated Reactors, Ultrasonic Reactors, Unsteady-State Forcing and Sorption Enhancement in Chemical Reactors, Multifunctional Reactors, Nature-Inspired Engineering of Reaction Processes, High-gravity, High-Shear Reactors)

Chemical Reactors and Technologies for Targeted Applications
Environmental Protection and Utilization of Waste
Reactors for Polymers and Other Novel Materials with Targeted Properties 
Processing of Biomass and Renewable Feedstocks
Electrochemical and Photochemical Reaction Engineering
Biochemical Engineering
CO2 Sequestration and Utilisation

Advanced Processing of Conventional and Unconventional Hydrocarbon Feedstocks
Modern Reactive Technologies for Natural Gas, Oil and Coal Processing
Chemical Processes for Intensification of Fuel Production
Chemical Reactors for In Situ Processing of Oil and Coal in Deposits
Chemical Reactors and Processes for Treatment of Heavy Hydrocarbon Feedstock and Shale Oil


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

A beamer for projection of computer or video signal on the screen will be provided. It is recommended that you prepare computer presentations in *.ppt format (Microsoft Power Point).

Posters should be not more than 1m2, we recommend standard A0 format - ISO A0 (841 x 1189 mm).

A Special Issue of Chemical Engineering Journal (Elsevier) with double-refereed selected conference papers will be published after the event. Only papers presented at the conference will be considered for publication. Manuscripts (not more than 20 pages) should be submitted by e-mail to not later than December 15, 2018. You may find a necessary information and Guide for Authors at the Journal website The authors of the papers selected by the Program Committee will then receive an invitation to upload the manuscript to the Elsevier Editorial System (EES).


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