9 September - 10 September 2021

28th Annual SCI-CSCST Conference

Organised by:

SCI’s Chinese UK Regional Group and CSCST

Online webinar

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Synopsis

Chemical Engineering and its path to Net Zero

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to attend the 28th Joint Annual Conference of the Chinese Society of Chemical Science and Technology in the UK and Society of Chemical Industry's Chinese UK Reginal Group (CSCST-SCI) which this year will be an online event from Thursday 9 to Friday 10 September 2021.

CSCST community has continuously grown to the various fields of chemical science and engineering in the United Kingdom, and worldwide. In collaboration with the Society of Chemical Industry, a platform has also been created to enable the development of links between the fundamentals of industrial practice and applications, delivering real impact and growing the UK economy.

During this 28th conference, we intend to celebrate the successes and achievements of Chinese colleagues in academia and industry from the UK and other countries. The general themes of the CSCST-SCI 28 will cover Chemical Engineering and Net Zero, as well as the latest methodological and process developments in Energy, Materials, and Environment.


Attendees

This meeting will be of interest to early and mid-career researchers; PhD students, research associates, research fellows, research scientists, lecturers and engineers.


Programme

The programme will be confirmed in due course.


Fees

This conference is free to attend.

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Call for abstracts

Contributions are invited from those working in areas of but not limited to: Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage, Energy Storage, Waste Valorisation, Bioenergy and Biofuels, Electrochemistry, Catalysis. Please click here to submit an abstract by Monday 16 August 2021.


Organising Committee
  • Dr Xiaolei Zhang, University of Strathclyde
  • Dr Xiaolei Fan, University of Manchester
  • Dr Chunfei Wu, Queen’s University Belfast
  • Dr Jiawei Wang, Aston University
  • Prof Bin Xu, Northumbria University
  • Prof Xin Tu, University of Liverpool
  • Dr Jun Li, University of Strathclyde
  • Dr Lin Ma, University of Manchester
  • Dr Yongliang Li, University of Birmingham
  • Dr Dan Sun, Queen’s University Belfast
  • Dr Meilan Huang, Queen’s University Belfast
  • Dr Xiaodong Wang, Lancaster University
  • Dr Yeshui Zhang, University College London
Contact

Xiaolei Zhang

Email: xiaolei.zhang@strath.ac.uk