On behalf of the organizers, we would like to warmly invite you to attend the 6th International Conference on Population Balance Modelling (PBM2018) to be held in Ghent, Belgium during 7 – 9 May 2018. This conference aims at bring together researches and practitioners with diverse backgrounds to allow exchange of ideas across various sub-fields that use population balances, and to provide opportunities for researchers to identify new domains to expand into and new tools to use.
Ghent University and DTU are joining forces to make PBM 2018 an open platform to share population balance model research with a high scientific quality, interesting applications and new significant developments. To achieve all this, we are providing flexible registration fees and incentives for young researchers, aiming for an attractive scientific program, world-wide participation and high industrial participation.
We hope you are encouraged and look forward to hosting you at PBM2018.
PSE 2018 (https://pse2018.org/) is a part of a series of conferences on Process Systems Engineering held every three years rotating between Asia, Europe, North and South America.
This premier triennial research and educational forum aims at worldwide participation by attracting academic, government, and industry researchers to present and discuss state-of-the art research, technologies, applications, and emerging growth topics in Process Systems Engineering. The high quality scientific program will cover advances in core PSE topics and cross-cutting themes. The role, contributions, and future directions of PSE research towards addressing grand challenges in energy, water, manufacturing, sustainable environment, and health will be highlighted.
PSE 2018 will provide a competitive platform to present high quality scientific contributions, interesting applications, and new significant developments.
The International Conference on Pure and Applied Chemistry (ICPAC) is a biennial conference which started in 2010. The 5th ICPAC conference (ICPAC-2018) will be held on 2-6 July 2018 in Mauritius. The Organising Committee has adopted the theme “Chemistry for a Clean and Healthy Planet” for this event.
In 2018, we will mark the:
1. 50th Anniversary of the Independence of Mauritius, and
2. 100 years since the Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded to Fritz Haber for the synthesis of ammonia.
Chemistry is one of the subjects of Science for understanding and explaining makeup and changes of everything that has mass and occupies space. Chemistry has permeated the study of different branches of Science.