Chemical Engineering – Environment, Sustainability and the Future
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 5 March 2024 | Viewed by 139
Interests: process systems engineering; optimization; chemical process development; water purification; photocatalysis; simulated moving bed; modeling and simulation
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Interests: environmental engineering; nano technology
The world is changing faster than ever before, and technological advancement is the main driving force. Environmental sustainability, alternative energy, development of smart materials, state-of-the-art separation technology, and novel reactor and process design are the major advancing areas in recent times, to the aim of satisfying the increasing market requirements for specific end-use properties of the products required by the consumers. For the successful operation of any industrial process or plant, particularly chemical and process ones, it has become essential to consider the social impacts on environmental and sustainability issues. To achieve an environment friendly atmosphere, sustainability problems spanning multiple scales—from molecular levels through to chemical plants and finally to enterprises and the macroeconomic level—need to be addressed. In such a context of globalization vis à vis activities, services, and product impacts on the environment, sustainability may be redefined. It is, however, difficult to find useful sustainability criteria and ready-to-use guidance tools for the design of products, processes, and production systems for maintaining a balance between the environment and the ‘molecules into money’ concept. Chemical engineers have a distinctive role to play in the planning, analysis, and implementation of sustainable developments with a vision to save the environment. The articles to be published in this Special Issue are selected articles that will be presented at the International Symposium on Chemical Engineering—Environment, Sustainability and the Future, 22-24 December 2023, to be held at the University College of Science & Technology, Kolkata, India. The International aims to bring together researchers, academicians, professionals, policymakers, scientists, industry delegates, research scholars, and UG/PG students from all over the world under one roof to interact, deliberate, share, and present their research work, ideas, and innovations related to recent advances in environment, energy, sustainability, and advanced materials.
Prof. Dr. Ajay Kumar Ray
Prof. Dr. Asim Kumar De
Dr. Baisali Rajbansi
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- separation process
- reaction engineering
- optimal process design