The 2015 Carbon Management Technology Conference (CMTC) conference will draw professionals from all engineering disciplines to share their expertise and provide their perspectives on the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and adaptation to changing climate.
Conferences & Events
The 12th International Conference on Gas–Liquid and Gas–Liquid–Solid Reactor Engineering (GLS-12) follows the success of the 11 previous GLS conferences, which focus on all aspects of fundamentals and engineering of multiphase reactors and processes and bring together top class researchers and en
The NSF identified research in separations science and engineering (SSE) as a key priority for ensuring the sustainability of critical metals. This workshop features presentations and panel discussions on subjects related to the sustainability of critical materials.
Register today for the First TMS Summit on Creating and Sustaining Diversity in the Minerals, Metals, and Materials Professions 1 (DMMM1), which will take place July 29–31, 2014 at the National Academy of Sciences Building
Hosted by AIChE’s Center for Energy Initiatives and sponsored by CTOC, Nuclear Engineering Division, North American Mixing Forum and the Environmental Division, this workshop brought key stakeholders together to clarify and focus NuClean efforts on key information gaps and needs, and began to for
AIChE and IChemE are creating a collaborative working group to respond to increasing demands for water, energy and food. This session will include exchanging views on priorities, exploring options for engaging beyond traditional boundaries and more.
The NSF identified research in separations science and engineering (SSE) as a key priority for ensuring the sustainability of critical metals. This symposium featured presentations and a panel discussion on subjects related to critical materials.
This inaugural conference draws professionals from all engineering disciplines to share expertise and provide perspectives on the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions and adaptation to changing climate.
The Waste-to-Energy Exchange examined and explored solid waste as a potential renewable source of energy for the future.
The 2nd International Congress on Energy featured more than 100 sessions related to technology, markets, business strategies and policy covering the solar, nuclear, lignocelluosics, biorefineries, hydrogen production, hydrogen storage and green innovation energy sectors.
Attendees at the first International Congress on Energy discussed and debated the increasingly important question and focus on energy supply-related issues from multiple viewpoints.