Energy Section of EFCE : Members form
If you are interested in actively participating to the Energy Section of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering, please enter your coordinates below.
Short Bio (briefly describe your activities related to energy in chemical engineering or chemical engineering for energy)
I am interested to participate to the following sub-sections
The Energy Section is organised by sub-sections, the role of the sub-sections are to organise sessions in the EFCE conferences with the related topics or webinars, to organise and publish special issues in open access journals, to create and animate a dialogue platform on the topic via social media like twitter and linked'in. Please choose the topics that you would be happy to contribute.
Energy and resource efficiency in the chemical and process industry
Energy conversion, renewable energy and CO2 mitigation
Chemical engineering for fuels and transportation
Biofuels and bio-refineries
CO2 capture and reuse
Energy storage and electrochemical processes
I am representative of the following Working Party of the EFCE (leave blank if you are not)
Characterisationof Particulate Systems
Chemical Reaction Engineerng
Comminution and Classification
Computer Aided Process Engineering
High Pressure Technology
Loss Prevention and Safety Promotion
Mechanics of Particulate Solids
Multiphase Fluid Flow
Polymer Reaction Engineering
Quality by Design
Static Electricity in Industry
Thermodynamics and Transport Properties
I am already involved in the following Section of the EFCE (leave blank if you are not)
Product Design and Engineering
European Society of Biochemical Engineering Science
I'm in the scientific committee of the following conferences
I'm in the editorial board of the following journals
Comments and suggestions
As we are shaping the Section, suggestions (e.g. future activities) and remarks are welcome. You can also tell us why you are motivated to actively participate to the section and how you feel you will be contributing to the Energy section.
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