Prof. Ayofe M. Foley
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Ayofe M. Foley is a Professor in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Editor in Chief of Elsevier’s Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, a member of the Editorial Board of Elsevier’s Renewable Energy and an Editorial Panel member of the Institution of Civil Engineers Proceedings in Transport. I have a BE(Hons) (1996) in Civil Engineering and a PhD (2011) in Energy Engineering from University College Cork and an MScEng (1999) in Environmental & Transportation Engineering from Trinity College Dublin. She have a h-index of 31 (Scopus), 25 (Web of Science) and 36 (Google Scholar). She published over 100 international peer reviewed journal articles and numerous conference papers. She returned to academia in 2009 after 12 years in industry. Prior to joining the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering in Queen’s University Belfast in 2011, she worked in the School of Engineering in University College Cork as a Lecturer and an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Research Fellow. While in industry she worked for ESB International, Siemens, PM Group and SWS Energy primarily in projects in the energy, waste, pharmaceutical and telecommunications. She is interested in the global sustainable energy transition, smart cities and transport systems. Another interest is the food energy water (FEW) nexus considering extreme weather events, global warming and the environment. A theme in my research interests, greenhouse gas emissions, energy economic and energy policy regulatory aspects in developed and developing countries.
Prof. Markus Gahleitner
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Markus Gahleitner is polymer research expert with more than 15 years of experience in industrial research.
He is focused on basic education in technical chemistry and economics, graduation in rheology of polymer melts.
He has more than 50 scientific papers in the fields of polymer crystallization, rheology, structure/property relations, blending and compounding including nanocomposites,
and more than 40 patents and applications in the polyolefin area
He has been highly involved in product development, catalyst implementation, processing optimization and application development.
Specialties: patenting & IPR, coaching & training.
Prof. Raffaella Ocone
Title - TBA
She have a Laurea (MEng) in Chemical Engineering from the Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy, and a MA and PhD from Princeton University, USA. Before joining Heriot Watt University, she was a Reader in Chemical Engineering in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Nottingham, Lecturer at the Università di Napoli, and Visiting Professor at Louisiana State University, USA and at the University Claude Bernard Lyon, France. She has over 20 years experience in modeling complex systems, spanning from solid/gas suspensions, to complex reaction networks. Areas of current research are: Hydrodynamics of granular materials and particle laden flow, Continuum lumping of multi-component systems, Carbon capture (Chemical looping combustion and Pyrolysis of biomasses).
Prof. Bert M. Weckhuysen
Title - TBA
For years, Prof. Bert Weckhuysen has been trying to build a powerful camera to record what happens in a working catalytic solid. The long-term aim of this work is to bring this technology to a level that enables imaging catalysis at macro, meso and micro scales, from the reactor down to interactions between single atoms and molecules. He is a keen photographer, who has found a way to combine his hobby with his scientific interests in a way that significantly contributed to the significant technological advancement of the method ‘operando spectroscopy’, named by some colleagues and Weckhuysen himself. The term refers to a specialized form of in situ spectroscopy, in which measurements take place under realistic catalytic conditions of high temperature and pressure, empowering us to study catalysts in all their complexity and heterogeneity. Only this way can we accumulate enough knowledge to rationally design more efficient catalyst materials which, on one hand, are necessary to produce the energy and materials for the quickly increasing human population in a sustainable manner and, on the other hand, will help us to reduce the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere.
There are eight sections covering the main congress topics. The ninth is the Wiley – VCH Poster Session.
Low to zero emission technologies
Carbon dioxide economy
Water supply, management, reuse, purification
Food in the focus
Sustainability and circularity
Healthcare, hygiene, medicine and pharmacology
The Covid outbreak and chemical engineering
Energy to carbon footprint ratio
Low energy cost processes
Renewable energy and energy storage, hydrogen as a fuel
Photochemistry, solar cells and solar powered technologies, fuel cells
Energy saving processes and technologies
Matter In Motion
Continuous process design and optimization (batch to continuous, flow chemistry)
Process intensification and miniaturisation
Fluid flow and microfluidics, multiphase flow
Microreactors for real-life products and scaled-up technologies
Scale up of electrified reactors
Not Only Faster
Reaction engineering and kinetics
Homogeneous and heterogenous catalysis
Design, preparation and characterisation of catalysts
Advanced functional materials
Designed, printed, integrated, used materials, 3D printing
Particulate and microporous solids, low-risk advanced materials
Functional films and nanostructures
Sensors and sensing objects and nano-objects
Hierarchical structures and nanoparticles
Polymers and polymer technologies, conductive polymers
No waste technologies and zero waste plants
Production-trade-customer zero waste chains
Urban mining, waste management
Microplastics and endocrine disruptors
Biotechnologies, biomass and biomass processing
Membrane processes, adsortion
Air, soil and water pollution, pollution control
Green and supercritical chemistry
VOC reduction, ionic liquids
Processes for environment
You must know
Chemical reactors – all aspects
Distillation, extraction, SCF extraction, S-L separation, crystallisation
Thermodynamics, phase equilibria, multiphase processes
Chemical engineering computations and modelling, molecular dynamics, ab-initio calculations, mathematical predictions, neural networks
New and improved technologies
Chemical engineering and safety, prevention and loss control
Elimination of health and environmental hazards
Educated chemical engineers
Teaching chemical engineering, new strategies, opportunities
Jobs in chemical engineering
Choosing chemical engineering as the field of studies – right or wrong?
Competitiveness of chemical engineers on the job market
Authors not intending to submit a paper to the Congress special issue journal, or the authors whose contribution is not accepted for publication, are free to publish the papers at their will after the Congress. No Congress proceedings (except congress special issue - see below) will be available.
CONGRESS SPECIAL ISSUE
Examples of the special issues from last Congresses can be found on:
CHISA Virtually 2021: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/ceat.202171101
CHISA 2024 also offers all participants to publish their contributions from the topics of proces engineering, fluid and multiphase flow, mixing, low-carbon and energy saving processes and technologies as full papers in journal Acta Polytechnica. Acta Polytechnica is a peer-reviewed Open Access scientific journal without APC published by the Czech Technical University in Prague. Acta Polytechnica is indexed in databases: Web of Science (ESCI collection), Scopus, Inspec, DOAJ, and EBSCO. Online ISSN 1805–2363. SCImago ranking: SJR 2022 0.22, Q3 (Engineering miscellaneous). The special issue will be edited by T. Bulanova (Editor-in-Chief, CZ) together with R. Šulc (Guest Editor, CZ).
Participants of CHISA 2024 are cordially invited to publish their contributions in the field of food fermentation science and technology in the journal "Fermentation Industry", see https://kvasnyprumysl.eu .
Fermentation Industry is an open access peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the Research Institute of Brewing and Malting. It is indexed in Web of Science (ESCI), Agris, CAS, CAB Abstracts, DOAJ, EBSCO Discovery Service (EDS) and Hollis databases.
The Journal Impact Factor assigned under Clarivate is 0.6.
No article processing charge is required from authors.