Plenary Lectures

World E-Congress

Supported by
Asian Pacific Confederation of Chemical EngineeringAmerican Institute of Chemical EngineersInter-American Confederation of Chemical EngineeringChemical Industry and Engineering Society of ChinaSouth African Institution of Chemical EngineersSociété des Experts Chimistes de FranceWorld Corrosion OrganizationEuropean Society of Applied Biocatalysis

Plenary Speakers

The list of World E-Congress plenaries is currently being updated.

Jean-Pierre Dal Pont

Prof. Jean-Pierre Dal Pont

Title: Technical & Economical Evaluation of Products at the Early Development Stage

Président Société des Experts Chimistes de France (SECF).

Flavien Susanne

Flavien Susanne

Title: Sustainability Revolution: Transforming Pharmaceutical Development and Manufacture for a Greener Future

Vice-President Chemical Development, AstraZeneca, UK.

Prof. Phillip Westmoreland

Prof. Phillip Westmoreland

Title: New Directions for Chemical Engineering worldwide

Professor, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, NCSU, USA.

Prof. Suojiang Zhang

Prof. Suojiang Zhang

Title: Green Process Innovation for Net-zero Carbon

Prof. Suojiang Zhang is an expert in chemical engineering, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC). He currently holds the positions of the Direct General of Institute of Process Engineering, CAS, and the President of Henan University. Prof. Zhang is mainly engaged in the research of green energy, materials, and process engineering. He proposed new concepts such as Z-bonds, quasi-liquids, and reaction micro-zones of ionic liquids (ILs), and the Infinite Separation Principle. He has also developed a number of green processes such as ILs catalyzed CO2 to carbonate, cellulose spinning, and MMA clean process. Prof. Zhang has won several national and international awards, including the Second-Class Prize of National Natural Science Award of China, the TWAS-Award in Chemistry, and the Ho Leung Ho Lee Foundation Science and Technology Progress Award.

David Shallcross

Prof. David Shallcross

David Wood Memorial Lecture

David Shallcross, University of Melbourne, Australia.

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