Better Life, Better World

27-28 March 2017, Birmingham, UK

Birmingham University are delighted to be hosting ChemEngDayUK 2017 and look forward to welcoming leading UK Chemical Engineering academics, industry partners and international guests, to discuss developments and innovations towards a more sustainable future.

This conference will bring together researchers, engineers and scientists from around the UK to explore the latest technological advances and research results in core areas of chemical engineering. Through a combination of a distinguished plenary speakers, parallel technical sessions with invited talks by leading experts from academia and industry, and interactive poster sessions, participants will showcase their research efforts and technologies, and share visions with researchers in the UK. 

New opportunities for collaborative effort will be created and, in particular, industrialists will be able to establish new dialogues and build relationships with universities in addition to developing links across industries.

Key speakers:

  • Professor Lynn Gladden CBE, FRS, FREng, University of Cambridge, UK
  • Professor David Mooney, Harvard University, USA
  • Professor Ian Noble, Senior R&D Director, Mondelez R&D, UK
  • Professor Nigel Brendon, FREng, Imperial College, UK
  • Professor Chris Hardacre, HoS, University of Manchester, UK
  • Professor Steven M Howdle, University of Nottingham, UK
  • Professor Omar Matar, Imperial College, UK
  • Professor Nigel Titchener-Hooker, FREng, University College London, UK
  • Professor David York, FREng, University of Leeds, UK

As the supernumerary of the ChemEngDayUK 2017, the University of Birmingham will hold a one-day event UK Particle Technology Forum 2017 on 29th March, on behalf of IChemE Particle Technology Special Interest Group (PTSIG), to bring together early career researchers to discuss the challenges and opportunities for Particle Technology. For more details and to register for the UK Particle Technology Forum 2017, please visit the events page.