2nd International Process Intensification Conference (IPIC2)

  • Author/Organiser: EFCE
  • Event Website: https://kuleuvencongres.be/ipic2019
  • Event Date: 27 May 2019 to 29 May 2019
  • Event Type: Conference
  • Venue: Maria Theresia College, University of Leuven (KU Leuven), Leuven, Belgium
  • Associated Societies: European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE)

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Process intensification is transforming chemical engineering processes and plants. New targets replace traditional guidelines in process design: substantial improvement of the equipment size/production ratio and severe reduction of energy consumption and waste generation. By using new technologies, process intensification proves to be successful to produce more compact, safer, sustainable and energy-efficient equipment and processes.

IPIC2 will be an excellent opportunity to learn about recent implementations in industry, the latest advances in research, and the current offer from technology providers. Furthermore, discussions on the state of the art and future perspective of process intensification will keep you updated on future trends. We specifically reach out to our colleagues in other continents to build a global PI community.


Conference Themes

  • Batch to Continuous
  • Energy Activation for Processes and Materials
  • Multifunctional Reactors and Hybrid Separators
  • Modular Processes
  • Microreactors
  • 3D Printing and Process Intensification
  • Novel Process and Equipment Concepts
  • Modelling and Control of Intensified Processes
  • Scale up and Industrial Implementation


Plenary Speakers

  • Jean-Luc Dubois, ARKEMA, France
    3D printing for intensified catalytic processes. A Case study.
  • Klavs Jensen, MIT, USA
    Intensification of chemical processes by integrating flow chemistry, automation, and machine learning
  • Dionisios Vlachos, University of Delaware, USA
    Modular Manufacturing for Emerging Energy Industries: Green Ammonia, Shale Gas and Biomass Upgrade


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