Chemical Engineering and Catalysis World Forum is organized by Continuum Forums and will be held from September 06-08, 2021 in Copenhagen, Denmark. CECWF-2021 anticipates a worldwide audience of delegates including distinguished speakers, researchers, students, medical and industry professionals to come together on a global platform to share their current research ideas and technological advancements concerning Chemical Engineering and Catalysis.
The main aim of this dynamic event is to provide opportunities for academic and industry professionals in Chemical Engineering to interact with each other and exchange information from world-leading leaders in these fields.
The event will include several plenary talks and keynote lectures by eminent scientists and researchers in these specific fields together with video and poster presentations, contributed papers, discussions, exhibitions and workshops. Through networking and sharing, CECWF-2021 will provide numerous opportunities for educators, practitioners and researchers to exchange practical experiences, research evidence and innovative ideas on different areas of Chemical Engineering and Catalysis.
The mission of CECWF-2021 is to foster and support the growth and advancement of Chemical Engineering and Catalysis as the foundation from which different fields of Chemistry, Molecular Biochemistry, Biology and several other interdisciplinary fields derive their basic ideas and techniques. We hope this forum will help you stay at the forefront in your quest for new knowledge in these sciences for the advancement of human welfare.
We look forward to welcoming you to CECWF-2021 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
March 28, 2021Abstract Submission Ends
November 28, 2020Early Bird Registration Ends
December 28, 2020Standard Registration Ends
Why Is This Conference right For You?
Stay Ahead of The Curve
Enhances both your professional and personal development, as well as providing you with tools and skills which you cannot be taught in-house or online.
Find New ways of Thinking
These could be new techniques, new types of equipment, unpublished data, or learn from thought-leaders that you may not have previously heard of.
We bring together people from all over the globe who share a common discipline or field, and it is a great way to meet new people in your field.
To Present Your Ideas
Presenting the work gives you new perspective about your work as people may ask questions that make you think about your project differently.