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A New EFCE Event Series

 

The aim is to offer a one-day event dedicated to new scientific developments where industrialists and academics can exchange views related to a specific chemical engineering challenge.

 

EFCE-logo-klein  EFCE Event No. 763

 

 
Contacts:

David Bogle
EFCE Scientific Vice-President
E-mail: docschoolhead(at)ucl.ac.uk

 

Ines Honndorf
DECHEMA e.V. , Frankfurt, Germany
E-mail:

 
Organised by the DECHEMA e.V. under the auspices of the EFCE

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Highlights

 

2nd European Forum on New Technologies

DIGITALISATION IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

 

 

 1 March 2019, 8:30 - 16:00 h
Frankfurt, Germany

 

Purpose of the Meeting

Digitalisation has the potential to change the way we work in Chemical Engineering.  In particular it is likely to change the way the process industries work with the potential of big data and its analysis making the operations and the supply chain much more responsive.  It could also significantly change the innovation process in developing new products and processes.  What are the potential effects on sustainability, quality, safety, predictive capability and of course profitability?

What are the challenges and opportunities, and how can the EFCE and its Working Parties and Sections work together to address them?  How can we engage the European Chemical Engineering community, both academic and industrial?

The meeting will bring together some visionary speakers to set out the potential and the challenges. There will be the opportunity to discuss how to tackle these challenges, through discussion and through collaboration and application to funded programmes.

 

Topics

  • Vision for Digitisation in the Process Industry
  • The potential of Digitisation
  • The role of Digitalisation across the life cycle: in R&D, Design, and Operations
  • Round table discussions and potential outcomes include proposals, challenges, workshop ideas

 
Programme

Download the preliminary programme here 

 

Joining Instructions

Venue: DECHEMA, Theodor-Heuss-Allee 25, 60486 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Your way to DECHEMA

 

Registration

Registration fee: 190  Euros  (Lunch and coffee break included)

Registration form

 

Accommodation

Accommodation (single comfort room incl. breakfast and wifi) has been reserved for participants of the European Forum at a special rate at:

Maritim Hotel Frankfurt (5 min walking distance)
Theodor-Heuss-Allee 3
60486 Frankfurt am Main
Phone: +49 69 75 78-1130
E-Mail:

You can book your room directly with the booking code "DECHEMA" by mentioning the allotment.
Please note that the special offer is only available until 18 February 2019.

 

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© DECHEMA e.V. last update February 11, 2019