CAPE Forum is a series of yearly small-scale but highly interactive conferences organized under supervision of the Computer-Aided Process Engineering (CAPE) Working Party of the European Federation for Chemical Engineering (EFCE).
The aim is to expose PhD students, researchers and industrial practitioners from across Europe to cutting edge developments in both academia and industry in the field of Computer-Aided Process Engineering.
CAPE Forum 2019 will be organized in Liège (Belgium) from 24-26, November. As both research and production in the chemical and life sciences industry is prominent in Belgium, the opportunity is taken to have a joint industry – academia organization and program for CAPE Forum 2019.
A certificate of attendance with recommendation to grant 2 ECTS to PhD students participating to the event will be issued on demand.
The 3-day event will start on Sunday evening, November 24 by a welcome event in Liège. The program includes:
Modelling, control & optimization in (bio) chemical engineering: from theory to practice
Current developments and potential of digitalization in chemical engineering: from machine learning to the digital twin and the internet of things
Making a country carbon neutral : the use of CAPE tools for energy system design
What to do with CO2? A systems perspective on carbon dioxide utilization
The P15 Insight Project at Prayon: production data analysis for an optimized process control
Data analytics for human health: improving vaccine production at GSK.
Liège City Center
Hotel rooms have been pre-reserved in two hotels located nearby:
Early bird registration fees: 60 €
Late registration fees: 100 €
These fees cover lunches, cofee breaks, welcome event and welcome pack, as well as forum dinner on Monday.
Payment method (External to ULiège): Once registered, you will receive an invoice with payment details (it may take a few days to establish the invoice).
Payment method for ULiège participants: please take contact with Mrs Lovato (firstname.lastname@example.org)
September 5 : Abstract submission => Deadline extended to September 15!!
October 1 : Acceptance notification => Shifted to October 10
November 1 : Final abstract submission & deadline for early registration
November 20 : Deadline for late registration
Nov. 24-26 : CAPE Forum
Final version of the abstract must use the above template. It should submitted as a word file in order to be included to a Cape Forum Book of Abstracts. The final word file has to be submitted before November 1, 23.59 CET, to the following address:
Grégoire Léonard ULiège
Filip Logist BASF & KU Leuven
Alain Vande Wouwer UMons
Laurent Dewasme UMons
Angélique Léonard ULiège
Georges Heyen ULiège
We thank our partners and sponsors for the organization of this event