CAPE Forum 2015 in Paderborn

The forum will be held at the university of Paderborn during April 27-29, 2015. The event will continue the tradition to be an attraction for young talented scientists and engineers in the field of process engineering. The conference has a particular format allowing an exchange of cutting edge concepts between young and established researchers.

The forum home page with the latest news and announcements can be found at the following web address.

ESCAPE 25 news 01/10/2014

The ESCAPE 25 conference is going to be jointly organised with PSE 2015. It will take place from 31/05/2015 to 04/06/2015. The conference web site can be found HERE.

The call for abstracts has been completed and the organisers report final submission rate close to 900 abstracts from all over the world.

ESCAPE 26 - Slovenia

The 26th European Symposium on Computer-Aided Process Engineering ESCAPE 26 will take place in Portorož - Slovenia, at the Grand Hotel Bernardin Congress Centre from June 12th to June 15th, 2016.

Please follow the updates on the conference home page

ESCAPE 24 news 01/05/2014

The ESCAPE 24 conference is approaching and will welcome more than 500 delegates to Budapest from 15 to 18 June 2014. The full details can be found at the dedicated ESCAPE 24 page.

Excellence Award in Recognition of Outstanding PhD Thesis on CAPE 2014

The 2014 award goes to Dr Laurence Tock from École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). THe announcement can be read HERE.

Open position in university of Liège
Full-Time Tenured Position, Product-Oriented Engineering

University of Liège is recruiting a professor in the field of product oriented engineering. The Department of Applied Chemistry, School of Engineering, invites applications for a full-time tenured position in the domain of product-oriented engineering: separation and purification process engineering.
Please click HERE to open the call home page.

Agenda for the Business Meeting at ESCAPE 23

The meeting will take place in Lappeenranta, Finland, Room 4304, Sunday 8 June 2013. The agenda can be opened by clicking HERE.

ESCAPE 24 update

The ESCAPE 24 web site and presentation have been updated including deadlines and estimated fees.

The presentation ESCAPE 24 conference can be viewed by clicking on the link below:

ESCAPE 24 to be held 15-18 June 2014 in Budapest - Hungary

The conference web site is hosted by the Hungarian Chemical Society:
ESCAPE 24 web site

Successfully negotiated the supplementary publication of the missing ESCAPE 22 papers

The negotiation has been successfully concluded by the CAPE-WP chairman Professor Jiří Klemeš in the middle of February 2013 and the papers with copyright forms transferred again to Elsevier.

News Archive

The EFCE Working Party for Computer Aided Process Engineering (CAPE) supports and promotes CAPE research by providing a forum for the presentation and discussion of new ideas and developments, preparing state-of-the-art reviews of CAPE methods and tools, and inspiring new projects to meet emerging opportunities.

Currently the CAPE Working Party consists of 41 delegates from 23 countries and 10 invited members. CAPE-Working Party co-organises the well-known yearly events where the latest developments within CAPE and CAPE-related fields are presented. -European Symposium of Computer Aided Process Engineering (ESCAPE) and young researchers conference CAPE-Forum.

The major actual issues:

  • The next conference, ESCAPE- 22 conference will take in London, UK from 17 - 20 June 2012, organised by the University College London and

  • The next event CAPE Forum 2012 will take place in Veszprém, Hungary from 26 – 28 March 2012 and is planned as a joint event of CAPE and several European projects. It will be organised under the patronage of the Rector of University of Pannonia.

  • The CAPE Working Party will this year grant two major awards:
  • (i) The CAPE award for Long Term Achievements (LTA) and

    (ii) EFCE Excellence Award in Recognition of an Outstanding PhD Thesis on CAPE 2012

    Both Awards will be presented at ESCAPE 22 Conference in London.

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