Category Archives: Corporate news

IPSEN team participates at ECCE 14 & ECAB 7

IPSEN team is thrilled to participate at the 14th European Congress of Chemical Engineering and 7th European Congress of Applied Biotechnology taking place in Berlin, Germany from 17th to 21th September 2023. Our research team will have the opportunity to meet with extinquished researchers from around the world and disseminate the work done on Renewable hydrogen as well… Read More »

ROBOCOOP Project launched on June 2023

ROBOCOOP-EU is a HORIZON EUROPE and CIRCULAR BIO_BASED EUROPE co-funded project, proposing a breakthrough cultural change in the agro-food sector: Deploying effective regional and circular bio-based Business Models for the valorization of waste streams from 3 agricultural sectors: grape, olive and stone fruit. The Kick off Meeting for ROBOCOOP-EU was held in Badajoz, Spain in June 2023. NTUA… Read More »

BISC-E Ευρωπαϊκός διαγωνισμός καινοτομίας στη Βιοοικονομία για φοιτητικές ομάδες

Η Σχολή Χημικών Μηχανικών του Εθνικού Μετσόβιου Πολυτεχνείου αναλαμβάνει φέτος την εθνική διοργάνωση του πανευρωπαϊκού διαγωνισμού BISC–E (Bio–based Innovation Student Challenge Europe) που προωθεί την καινοτομία στον τομέα των βιο–βασισμένων προϊόντων και υπηρεσιών. Στο διαγωνισμό συμμετέχουν οι πιο δυνατές ομάδες φοιτητών πανεπιστημίων από όλη την Ευρώπη. Στόχος διαγωνισμού: Ο διαγωνισμός BISC–E έχει ως στόχο να ενεργοποιήσει ομάδες νέων… Read More »

IRISS Project launched on June 2022

Major EU initiative launched to accelerate the transition to safe and sustainable materials, products and processes To ensure that materials are sustainable for humans and the environment, to increase recycling and use resources in a more efficient way, efforts are required from an early stage of design and manufacturing. Thus, the EC has launched a major initiative, IRISS,… Read More »

Professor Kokossis honours his academic father, the late Professor Chris Floudas

The Process Systems Engineering world was saddened to hear of Professor Chris Floudas’s sudden passing last summer.  As is customary in such circumstances, his academic family gathered at his long-time place of work, Princeton USA, on May 6th, 2017 to honour the man, researcher and teacher.  Professor Floudas was a world-renowned authority in mathematical modelling and optimisation of… Read More »

Smart Cities

Characterized by determination, dynamism and cooperation spirit, the Networking Meeting between the Municipalities: Aradippou Nafplio Elefsina and Rafina-Pikermi concluded in full success. The aim of the meeting was to enable the participating Municipalities to develop as Smart Cities within the wider region of Greece-Cyprus at the Southeastern corner of Europe. During the meeting there… Read More »

RENESENG meeting in Lyon

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.  

PhD Position opening in South France

A PhD position that involves several teams and will take place ASAP, successively in Toulouse (LGC unit) and Montpellier (IATE unit), both in the South of France. Title: Knowledge engineering for life cycle sustainability analysis. Topics: computer science are Semantic Web, Data source reliability, Uncertainty propagation, Query Answering explanation. The field of application is the design of a… Read More »

RESYNTEX Project Partners Meet for First General Assembly

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 »