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European chemical engineers call for less reliance on fossil fuels


Europe must do more to reduce its dependency on fossil fuels, according to the results of a new survey commissioned by the European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE).Almost 1800 chemical and process engineers took part in the study and 87% agreed that their country must do more to reduce ...


EFCE launches 2011 student award


The European Federation of Chemical Engineering announced the launch of its 2011 student mobility award. The biennial award, which will be presented at the 8th European Congress of Chemical Engineering (ECCE) in Berlin, Germany next year, promotes and rewards international mobility amongst ...


Garcia-Perez awarded EFCE Excellence Award


Dr. Jose Vicente Garcia-Perez has been awarded the 2010 EFCE Excellence Award in Drying for his outstanding PhD thesis, Contribution to the knowledge on the use of power ultrasound in convective drying of foods. Jose Garcia-Perez from the Food Technology Department of the Polytechnic University ...


Molzahn awarded EFCE Dieter Behrens medal


Dr. Martin Molzahn of Germany has been awarded the Dieter Behrens Medal by the EFCE. The award, which is presented once every four years, recognises work carried out on behalf of the Federation by raising the profile of chemical engineering throughout Europe or in relation to the organisation, ...


Reactor simulation takes EFCE prize


Maarten Sabbe, a chemical engineering PhD student at the University of Gent in Belgium has been awarded the 2010 EFCE Excellence Award in Chemical Reaction Engineering. Sabbe won the award for his PhD thesis, Ab initio based kinetic modelling for the simulation of industrial chemical processes. ...


Brunetti wins EFCE award in Membrane Engineering


Dr. Ing. Adele Brunetti has been awarded the EFCE Excellence Award in Membrane Engineering for her PhD thesis, Integrated membrane plant for pure hydrogen production for PEMFC (polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell). The aim of the thesis was to apply membrane engineering techniques to new ...


European Federation of Chemical Engineering : New leadership for a new decade


The start of 2010 has brought changes at the European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE) with a new President and Executive Vice President taking office. The new officers bring a useful mix of industry and academic experience to the Federation. Professor Richard Darton has succeeded ...


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