Due to much interest after the last deadline, we’ve decided to prolong the registration. It will last until next Friday (07/12). Click on the picture to register. See you in Warsaw!
We have a pleasure to announce that the Polish Chamber of Chemical Industry took the honorary patronage over the 8th edition of the Conference. The Polish Chamber of Chemical Industry (PIPC) is the largest industry organisation representing the sector in the national and international arena. It is also the most important representative of companies and institutions connected with the Polish chemical industry in their relations with public administration bodies, European administration authorities and industry organisations. PIPC not only organises numerous conferences, seminars and meetings dedicated to the most important aspects of the daily activity of the domestic chemical industry but it also searches itself for the best pro-growth solutions for the whole sector. To get to know more about recent and upcoming events related to the chemical industry field, please visit the website.
We have a great pleasure to announce the media patronage of the 8th EYEC edition – TVPW. It is the most popular student internet television in Poland that has been covering events connected with the academic life in Warsaw since 2006. TVPW is a part of Warsaw University of Technology media, created by students from different faculties and with different interests that have one in common – the passion for making videos. It provides livestreams of multiple academic events, such as Juwenalia (an annual higher education students’ holiday in Poland), Miss&Mister Contest, graduation ceremonies and more. They also hold their own cyclical event – TVPW-Live (a programme where Polish celebrities – actors, singers and journalists are interviewed). To get more information and view their recent videos, click here.
Time to present to you our next 8th EYEC Special Guest – Dr. Eng. Magda H. Barecka from Lodz University of Technology. Dr. Barecka is a chemical engineer with expertise in process intensification, process retrofitting and design. She was the first one to receive the PhD title from both TU Dortmund University and Lodz University of Technology as a joint Diploma.
She is an author of a systematic methodology supporting implementation of intensified technologies in the chemical industry. She is interested in the development and application of novel intensified operations that can overcome current limitations in chemical engineering.
Apart from research related to process simulations, modelling and photochemistry, she actively contributed in several European grants in the field of energy efficiency, sustainability and environmental impact assessment (LCA).
Find out more about our Special Guests here.