• 26Aug

    IChemE Awards Shortlist

    Shortlist announced for IChemE Global Awards 2015

    Simon Carves has been a proud sponsor of the IChemE awards for the past five years. This year we are supporting the ‘Research Project of the Year’ Award which recognises the project or process that best demonstrates a novel chemical or biochemical engineering solution to improve resource efficiency, lifetime value and/or process automation.

    Now in their 21st year, the IChemE Awards celebrate excellence, innovation and achievement in the chemical and process industries. The 15 award categories invite entrants from all over the world, across all chemical engineering sectors including education, food, water, energy, oil and gas, and are judged by senior figures in the chemical and process profession.

    The shortlist for the Research Project of the Year award was recently announced; showcasing a diverse range of innovative processes.

    Research Project of the Year Award – Shortlist:

    • ‘C1 gas fermentation facility’, Centre for Process Innovation, UK
    • ‘Plasma vitrification of nuclear waste’, Costain; Tetronics International, UK
    • ‘UNIHEAT project’, Imperial College London; BP, UK; Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Russia
    • ‘Sub–10 nm polyamide nanofilms for molecular separation’, Imperial College London; BP-ICAM, UK
    • ‘COMET ventilation air methane abatement’, Johnson Matthey, UK
    • ‘Industrial off-gas supports biofuel production’, Laurentian University; Sudbury Integrated Nickel Operations, Canada
    • ‘Making fracking greener’, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA
    • ‘Make to order product properties’, Perceptive Engineering Ltd; University of Strathclyde; Centre For Process Innovation; AstraZeneca, UK
    • ‘A step-change innovation in perfume delivery’, QUILL Research Centre, UK
    • ‘Catalysis on sub-nanoscale Au’, University College London, UK; University of Pittsburgh; University of Delaware, USA
    • ‘Safer and cheaper solar cell processing’, University of Liverpool, UK
    • ‘Drosophila smell receptors for industrial applications’, University of Sussex, UK; CSIRO; Monash University, Australia
    • Winner – IChemE Singapore Awards (announced 22 October 2015)

    Simon Carves is delighted to be part of this internationally recognised awards evening, and wishes all of the shortlisted entries good luck!

    Links:

    IChemE Global Awards

    SCEL – IChemE Awards 2014

    Posted by: Simon Carves