12th International Conference on Gas-Liquid & Gas-Liquid-Solid Reactor Engineering (GLS12)
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 engineers from diverse fields.
Focus & Background
GLS-12 will particularly emphasize topics related to sustainable energy and water.
The 12th International Conference on Gas–Liquid and Gas–Liquid–Solid Reactor Engineering (GLS-12) will be held in New York City from June 28 to July 1, 2015, following the success of the eleven previous conferences which were held in Columbus, OH, USA (1992), Cambridge, UK (1995), Kanazawa, Japan (1997), Delft, The Netherlands (1999), Melbourne, Australia (2001), Vancouver, Canada (2003), Strasbourg, France (2005), New Delhi, India (2007), Montreal, Canada (2009), Braga, Portugal (2011) and Seoul, South Korea (2013).
Selected abstracts will be invited to submit a full paper to be published in a special issue of Chemical Engineering Science. Since there will be a peer review, it is not guaranteed that a submitted full paper will be published as part of the special issue. The deadline for selected abstracts to submit full papers is July 31, 2015. For any questions regarding the special issue, please contact Alissa Park at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The conference attendee list and presenters list has been distributed. If you need a copy, please send a request to Kevin Chin at email@example.com.
|GLS12 is supported by a generous grant from the National Science Foundation.|
Bing Du is a senior engineer at ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company. He received his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the Ohio State University. Before joining ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company, Bing worked in Dow Chemical for two years. After he joined ExxonMobil Research and Engineering, Bing worked on the R&D activities in FCC and Fluid Coking areas. Now, Bing is the expert for the process development and scale-up of fluid-solids reactors including FCC, Fluid Coker, Methanol Conversion, and Chemical application.Read more
Liang-Shih (L.-S.) Fan is Distinguished University Professor and C. John Easton Professor in Engineering in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at The Ohio State University. His research fields are in fluidization, powder science and technology, and multiphase flows and reaction engineering. Professor Fan is a member of the U. S. National Academy of Engineering, a Foreign Member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, the Australia Academy of Technology Science and Engineering, and the Mexican Academy of Sciences, and an Academician of the Academia Sinica. He was named...Read more
Lynn Gladden graduated in Chemical Physics from the University of Bristol, UK, before studying for her PhD in Physical Chemistry at the University of Cambridge. Following completion of her thesis she was awarded a Pickering Fellowship of the Royal Society and moved to a faculty position in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Cambridge. In the period 2006-2010 she was department Chair, and was then appointed Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research. She is also Director of the Magnetic Resonance Research Centre at Cambridge.
Lynn’s research interests have been motivated by developing...Read more
Joe Powell (Joseph B. Powell, Ph.D.) is a Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and Shell’s Chief Scientist - Chemical Engineering. In 1988 he joined the Process Development Department at Shell Technology Center Houston, where he has led major R&D programs in new chemical processes, biofuels, and enhanced oil recovery, in addition to a Hunters innovation group. Dr. Powell has been granted more than fifty-five U.S. patents (another 60+ pending) and several industry awards, including the A. D. Little Award for Chemical Engineering Innovation (AIChE 1998), R&D100...Read more