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Special guest Prof. Bałdyga

We want to announce that our second special guest at the 4th edition of EYEC is going to be Prof. PhD. Eng. Jerzy Bałdyga. Prof. Bałdyga will present a lecture about “Mixing and agitation effects in product engineering.“ If you want to learn more, go to our special guests page.

Sending abstracts

Important info to all participants: remember to send your abstracts to this e-mail address: eyec.monograph@ichip.pw.edu.pl If you’ve used a different one than the one above fear not, because all abstracts send till now to our other e-mails have been registered and are waiting to be accepted. But from now on, we kindly request using the … Read more

Next partner

Our next partner for 4th European Young Engineers Conference is Association of Graduates and Friends of the Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering of Warsaw University of Technology. You can find more information about their work by clicking their logo in the partners section or opening this post and simply using the link.

Warsaw University of Technology

Rector of Warsaw University of Technology took 4th European Young Engineers Conference patronage. Also organisation and curricural committee of cententary celebrations of the reneval of tradition of Warsaw University of Technology made decision to include our conference in programme. You can find more information about Warsaw University of Technology in the patronages section by clicking the logo.

Cezamat | Our next partner

Our next partner for 4th European Young Engineers Conference is Cezamat – Centrum Zaawansowanych Materiałów i Technologii! You can find more information about them by clicking their logo in the partners section. We also encourage you to visit our facebook page and watch special video we attached.

Dr. Bruno Bastos Sales

Dr. Bruno Bastos Sales

Dr. Bruno Bastos Sales is our first special guest for the 4th European Young Engineers Conference. He is an experienced researcher in the field of Renewable Energy, more specifically developing the Capacitive Blue Energy technology. This technique uses the adsorption capacity of activated carbon to alternately store and release ions. The physical chemical process is particularly interesting when applied to regions where rivers meet the sea, and the difference in salinity allows the generation of electricity (Blue Energy). 

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