Instruction for Authors
The first author (the name appeared first in abstract/full paper) and the presenting author should be an undergraduate (BE/B.Tech/Dual Degree) student. The other authors can be anyone- UG, PG or PhD student as well as faculty. However all the participants who are willing to attend the conference need to register before the deadline mentioned. There is no limitations in the number of author per paper. Certificates will be presented to each participant attending and registering the conference.
Please note that for M. P. Chary award, the first author/presenting author should be a young chemical engineer below 35 years of age, doing PhD or completed PhD on or after July 2016. The paper should include the name of the supervisor/mentor of the presenting student. The doctoral student need to send an extended abstract of 2 page length (it should contain a title, authors name and affiliation, Phone number and email ID of the corresponding author and a main body with font size 11 in Times Roman.
The Authors are requested to submit the abstract of original research work or a review work by downloading the Abstract template and then send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. The submitted abstract will be reviewed by the conference technical experts and the request of camera ready full paper will be made based on the acceptance of the abstract. A code will be provided upon acceptance of each abstract. That code needs to be provided in all future communication made by the authors. All the accepted paper will be published in the conference proceeding. The format for full paper submission will be provided after the acceptance of abstract.
Modeling, Simulation and Optimization
Process Development & Design
Novel Reactors and Catalysis
Process Control & Instrumentation
Nano Technology and Smart Materials
Membrane Science Technology
Polymers & Rheology
Bio Chemical and Bio Process Engineering
Food Process Engineering and Technology
Colloids and Interfaces
Energy and Environmental Engineering
Green Engineering & Technology
Industrial Safety & Hazard Management
Advanced Separation Techniques
Waste minimization, Treatment and Recycle
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