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Young Scientists' Forum


EFCE Awards for students and young scientists


Student Mobility Award

The call for applications for the 2023 EFCE Student Mobility Award is closed.

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Excellence Awards

Excellence Awards

See the Excellence Awards presented in 2023 and watch out for open calls for nominations!

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EFCE Travel Grant

The new travel grant has been designed to help early career chemical engineers attend EFCE conferences. 

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Early Career Chemical Engineers Section

Join the new Early Career Chemical Engineers Section.

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Education and Training



The Rhine-Main Universities Johannes-Gutenberg-University Mainz and TU Darmstadt will start an international master’s degree program “Soft Matter and Materials” in the coming winter semester. All teaching and learning content is in English.
“The goal of the Master's program Soft Matter and Materials is to provide technical knowledge and conceptual competence related to the production of building blocks (e.g. polymers, supramolecular tectons, colloids) and the structure-dynamics-property relationships of soft matter and materials. Functional concepts will be learned based on general synthetic components, in addition to biologically-relevant components. Knowledge of the technical processing and industrial utilization of soft materials will round off the training.” More information e.g. on the program structure can be found HERE

The Department of Chemical Engineering at University of Chemistry and Technology Prague, CZ, offers a new two-year MSc programme in Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering.
Further information and application:

Support to Ukrainian students:
25 PhD positions at ChemEng Universities in the Czech Republic