VI International Conference on

Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials

CEAM 2014-VF

November 10-24, 2014

Sponsored by:

Praise Worthy Prize





Virtual forum



Call for papers
Submission info
Special sessions
Accepted papers

Conference Secretariat:

CEAM 2014 sponsorships:


Federico II

University of Naples

Call for Papers

Praise Worthy Prize organizes the
VI Conference on Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials VIRTUAL FORUM (CEAM-VF), in November 10-24, 2014.

The Conference has the same topics of the International Review of Chemical Engineering - Rapid Communications (IRECHE) and International Journal on Advanced Materials and Technologies (IREAMT) and the International Steering Committee of the Conference is made up by members of the Editorial Board of IRECHE and IREAMT. The papers submitted for the Conference should respect the same rules following for a publication on IRECHE.

The best papers accepted for the Conference will be published also on a special issue of the International Review of Chemical Engineering - Rapid Communications (IRECHE) and International Journal on Advanced Materials and Technologies (IREAMT) and therefore will be abstracted on the best databases. 


Corresponding authors should indicate to which journal (IRECHE or IREAMT) likes to publish the article, if accepted, after the end of the Conference.


CEAM-VF 2014 aims to provide an international forum for exchange of ideas and future trends amongst researchers, students, consultants and practitioners. Industry, research, and academia are cordially invited to participate in the wealth of presentations and tutorials for the advancement of science, technology, engineering education and fellowship.




Contributions are invited in the following topics:


A: Biochemical and biomolecular engineering; Bioreactors.

B: Process Fluid dynamics:

  • B1: Fluid flow and Mixing,

  • B2: Rheology, Time-dependent materials; Fractional modelling

  • B3: Multi-phase flows,

  • B4: Jets, Sprays, Droplets.

  • B5: CFD modelling and Visualization techniques.

  • B6: Colloids and emulsions.

C: Particles: Production, Powder mechanics in both models and experiments;

D-1: Fluidization-broad aspects, G-S, L-S, G-L-S;

D-2: Solids-fluid separations processes (sedimentation, filtrations, membrane filtration, etc.);

E: Unit operations and Chemical Reactors

  • E1: Diffusion separation (modelling, equilibrium, adsorption, absorption, extraction, distillation, evaporation, drying, etc.)

  • E2: Chemical Reactors

  • E3: New reactors; Scale-up, scale-down

F: Process safety and physics of accidents in chemical technology, Risk analysis;

G: Energy: Current , Alternative and Future trends:

  • G1: Combustion, pyrolysis, gasification, etc.;

  • G2: Bio oils, bio diesel and those based on utilization of wastes 

  • G3: Hydrogen technologies – hydrogen production, separation, storage, risk and safety

  • G4: Solar technologies

  • G5: Fuel cells (design, performance, trends)

  • G5: Energy technologies for the future.

H: Environmental, green and sustainable engineering

I: Transport phenomena. Thermodynamics (chemical and thermal engineering, material science)

  • I1: Models and new concepts;

  • I2: Fractional modelling to transport processes; 

  • I3: Extended thermodynamic problems.

J: External field assisted processes :

  • J1: Electric and  magnetic  fields; MHD and ferrofluid applications

  • J2: Ultrasound and vibrations

  • J3: Process intensification.

  • J4: Solar technologies in chemical and material engineering 

K: Micro scale fluid dynamics, heat and mass transfer. Micro reactors and heat transfer Equipment.

L: Process Control, Process Design, Process Development, Computer aided process Engineering; Process analysis and synthesis

M: Thermodynamic optimization of chemical reactors, thermal equipment and material  syntheses

  • M1: Entropy and Exergy analysis 

  • M2: Bejan’s contructal theory: models and applications 

  • M3: Heat transfer enhancements 

N: Phenomena with phase change

  • N1: Flows with phase change;

  • N2: Heat transfer with phase change and energy storage

  • N3: Moulding processes (experiments and modelling)

O: Heat and mass transfer (both modelling and experimental results pertinent to problems in chemical, mechanical engineering, materials science and biotechnology);

P: Conventional Materials and Related processing

  • P1: Physical metallurgy and micro-metallurgy;

  • P2: Polymers and composites;

  • P3: Modelling in Material Science 

  • P4: Corrosion Science and Surface Coating &Technology

  • P5: Materials under extreme conditions of accidents (fire, blasts, temperature shocks, etc)

Q: Advanced materials: Technologies, Experimental and Modelling 

  • Q1: Nanotechnology ( Nanomaterials nano-composite materials, nano-coating, etc )

  • Q2: Advanced materials (memory alloy, composite materials)

  • Q3: Fire retardants and fire-resistant materials.

  • Q4: Energy related materials (fuel cells, hydrogen related materials, solar cells, etc.)

  • Q5: Polymer-based composites,  metal-matrix composites,

  • Q6: Carbon, Diamond, Fullerenes, Shape memory alloys,

  • Q7: Models of the macroscopic properties of materials (mechanical, chemical, electrical, magnetic and optical) in terms of microscopic mechanisms, mechanic aspects of advanced materials and structures,

  • Q8:damage and failure mechanisms in material, mathematical,

  • Q9: formulation of the kinematic, constitutive, and structural behavior of materials and structures,

  • Q10: Experimental methods directed toward mechanical characterization, damage evolution, and failures in materials and structures,

  • Q11: Computational methods for the solution of micro-, meso-, macro-mechanics mathematical models, methods dealing with the determination of local effects

R: Nanotechnologies in Chemical and Mechanical Engineering and Nanomaterials

  • R1: Nano scale enhanced mass transfer

  • R2: Nanofluids in heat transfer equipments

  • R3: Nanomaterials, nanocomposites, nanotubes, nanowires, nanoparticles 

S: Materials science

  • S1: Porous materials, ceramics, adhesives,

  • S2: Light emitting materials,

  • S3: Biological materials,

  • S4: Metallic, thin films,

  • S5: Photovoltaics, solar cells,

  • S6: Liquid crystals, semiconductors, superconductors,

  • S7: Energetic materials,

  • S8: Measurements and experimental techniques.

T: Advanced Technologies

  • T1: Optics, Lasers, Sensors, Photonics,

  • T2: Ferroelectrics, Multiferroics, Metamaterials,

  • T3: Self-assembly and hierarchical materials,

  • T4: Batteries,

  • T5: Super capacitors, Thermoelectric,

  • T6: Welding : processes and modelling

U: Food Science Engineering

  • U1: Unit operations in food processing

  • U2: Heat and mass transfer

  • U3: Materials for foods and food packaging

  • U4: Advanced materials and nanotechnologies in Food Science

  • U5: Colloids and Emulsions  

V: New and important applications and trends.

  • V1: Micro and Hypo gravity processes in both Chemical and Mechanical Engineering

  • V2: Micro, Hypo  and extreme conditions bio processing

  • V3: High pressure processing

W: Miscellaneous


Any contributions “cross-linking” the topics scheduled are encouraged




The working language of the conference is English, which is used for all printed material, presentations and discussion.



Deadlines (New)


   Individual Contributors:

  • Full paper submission deadline: July 31  September 15, 2014

  • Full paper notification of acceptance: August 8  September 20, 2014

  • Tutorial and special session proposals: July 31  September 15, 2014

  • Final paper submission deadline: September 20  October 20, 2014

  • Final paper notification of acceptance: October 9  October 25, 2014

  • Registration: on-line submission of a Registration Form: October 20-November 10   October 30-November 10, 2014

  • Conference access:  November 10, 2014 (09:00 GMT+1)


   (Viewers are single scientists, groups of scientists, or Societies and Institutions that prefer to participate to the conference

     without to submit a paper).

  • Registration: on-line submission of a Registration Form: October 20-November 10   October 30-November 10, 2014

  • Conference access:  November 10, 2014 (09:00 GMT+1)



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