SusChem GR is seeking to discover the wants and the needs of the Greek industry (“Greek priorities”) with respect to research and development, so SusChem GR may assume effective action to include such needs in shaping R&D priorities at a European level and to help match the Greek priorities with forthcoming EU funding calls. SusChem GR sees this… Read More »
CAPE (Computer Aided Process Engineering) Forum 2017 6th to 8th September 2017 Royal Olympic Hotel, Athens, Greece It is our great pleasure to invite you to the CAPE Forum 2017 taking place in Athens, Greece. The broad focus of CAPE Forum 2017 is Computer Aided Process Engineering Methods for Circular Economy and Green Chemistry. Invited speakers from all… Read More »
The RENESENG training school was held in Lyon, France on January 16th to January 20th. Lecturers from EPFL, ARKEMA, NTUA and Quantis have given very interesting presentations on Biorefineries design, Patents Strategy and Critical analysis on research publications. The training school was organised by ARKEMA and the researchers had the opportunity to visit their site in Pierre-Bénite.
SusChem Greece, the Greek National Technological Platform for Sustainable Chemistry whose Secretariat is operated by IPSEN, scored its first success last Friday 16th December in its Kickoff Event in central Athens. SusChem Greece Founding Members, most of which are associations of industry, professionals and consumers, were present en masse, together with individual company delegates. Represented were also non-member… Read More »
The 36M meeting of the D-Factory project was held in Athens (Greece) from 23rd to 25th November 2016. The meeting was hosted by NTUA. A total of 29 representatives from partner institutions attended the meeting.
The AIChE Annual Meeting is the premier educational forum for chemical engineers interested in innovation and professional growth. Academic and industry experts will cover wide range of topics relevant to cutting-edge research, new technologies, and emerging growth areas in chemical engineering. IPSEN team will represent NTUA Chemical Engineering School with a reception organised on Tuesday, November 15, 2016;… Read More »
The IPSEN team participated in the “International Workshop on Process Intensification 2016” (http://www.icheme.org/iwpi2016), which was organized by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) in Manchester, UK. Participants from industry and academia contributed with research outcomes and challenges related with the development of clean and sustainable processes. The conference covered a wide spectrum of experimental and computational research specialized… Read More »
For another year, IPSEN team has successfully participated at the Researcher’s Night 2016 Event! The team had the chance to present the research work of the year we are leaving behind and meet not only researchers but also families, students who wish to pursue a career in the engineering world and business corespondents. The Researcher’s Night is a… Read More »
The whole RESYNTEX consortium joined for a meeting of its General Assembly and Executive Board across 22-24 June. Taking place in Vouliagmeni near Athens, Greece, the meeting was the first time all partners have met since last year’s kick-off meeting. The three-day programme included workshops on a range of topics, such as life cycle analysis (LCA) of textiles, process development… Read More »
IPSEN team is participating in the Eco-design, Agri-Bio-Industry Processes Event that will be held on 4th-5th February 2016 in Paris, France. This workshop aims at clarifying and discussing the methodological and cognitive scientific stakes, related to the eco-design of the agri-bio-industry processes. Relevant tools for the environmental analysis of processes will be overviewed. Strategies to eco-design processes will be discussed, including… Read More »
The event focused on investment opportunities in the Bioeconomy that holds an enormous potential for growth and job creation and it will play a major role in the creation of Europe’s new smart and resource-efficient economy. The objective of the two-day Summit was to identify possible ways to mobilize private and public investment for the Bioeconomy, by notably ensuring… Read More »
The purpose of the visit to Wismar was to participate in a two part conference which was realised under the EPIC 2020 project. The first part of the conference was entitled: “Explore and utilize untapped bioenergy resource potential of ports and surrounding areas by industrial symbiosis” and was open to several key actors of the NWM area, the greater Region of Wismar. The… Read More »
On Wednesday September the 9th 2015 Georgios Lignos participated in TIF in Thessaloniki,together with Athanassios Gentimis from IMIS Athena, the coordinator of the AI4B project. TIF is the most famous annual exhibition in Greece. Our stand was under the surveillance of GSRT. Many people passed by, asking on ways to valorise biomass. An opportunity arose to present the AI4B project, and what does its platform offer:… Read More »
Professor Antonis Kokosis attended the 2015 Stakeholder event which took place on the 8th-9th June at the Sheraton Rogier Hotel in Brussels. Theme of the event was the PROPELLING SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY TO EXCITING NEW FRONTIERS Implementing the New Strategic Innovation and Research Agenda. At this event the latest news and activities from SusChem National Technology Platforms (NTPs) were presented. More than… Read More »