The CAPE WP would like to announce to all researchers - including young ones, that the CAPE Forum 2013 will be held in Graz during 7-10 April 2013. It is organised by Graz University of Technology - Institute for Process and Particle Engineering, Inffeldgasse 13/3, Graz, Austria.
The chairman of the organisation committee is Prof. Michael Narodoslawsky
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 www.cape-wp.eu/page.php?30 and www.icheme.org/escape22/
- 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. www.cape-wp.eu/page.php?28
- The CAPE Working Party will this year grant two major awards:
(i) The CAPE award for Long Term Achievements (LTA) www.cape-wp.eu/page.php?33 and
(ii) EFCE Excellence Award in Recognition of an Outstanding PhD Thesis on CAPE 2012 www.cape-wp.eu/page.php?31.
Both Awards will be presented at ESCAPE 22 Conference in London.