General Information


Considering the worldwide arisen emergency of COVID-19 we have decided to postpone the Symposia CAMURE11-ISMR10 to the end of March 2021.
The new date will be 21-24 March 2021 and it will be formally confirmed as soon as the venue opens again to the public, in August.

We hope that all the people that have submitted an Abstract will confirm their will to partecipate to the event.
Clearly, we will give to everybody the possibility to modify the submitted Abstract for updating it and eventually to submit new Abstracts.
Please contact the Secretary for any further information.

We hope that you will agree with our decision, taken in order to warrant the health safety of everybody.
Looking forward to come back soon to the normality and to meet all you in a more happy time.

Best regards,

Prof. Elio Santacesaria
Chairman of CAMURE11-ISMR10

Prof Sauro Pierucci
Chairman of the Organizing Committee

Milan, April 2nd, 2020

CAMURE 11 and ISMR 10

11th International Symposium on Catalysis in Multiphase Reactors & 10th International Symposium on Multifunctional Reactors

On behalf of the Italian Association of Chemical Engineering (AIDIC) we warmly welcome you to the International Symposium on Catalysis in Multiphase Reactors and Multifunctional Reactors that will be held in Milano (Italy).

The general theme of CAMURE - 11 & ISMR - 10 will be:
"Role of the interface in chemical and biochemical engineering processes"
The CAMURE-ISMR joined Symposium, born as European Symposium, has reached along the years a higher and higher level of international participation also thank to some of the past editions held in India, Canada and China.
The Symposium attracts scientists from many different worldwide countries providing a platform for discussing the latest progress in the field of multiphase catalytic systems and multifunctional reactors, following both the scientific and the technological interdisciplinary approach. The ultimate scope is to pursue more efficient chemical and biochemical reactors, more efficient catalytic systems, more valuable chemical engineering reactor design and simulation. Another scope is to favor the contact between chemists and chemical engineers for a fruitful discussion on all the mentioned topics and for transferring knowledge to the young researchers.
The Symposium will be held in Milano, a wonderful pleasant town, especially in the springtime, worth to be carefully visited for the museums, the wonderful Duomo, the Sforza Castle, the many medieval historical churches, the fascinating shopping area and the beautiful surroundings.
The venue is the comfortable four stars Hotel Michelangelo, very near to the Central Station, this last well connected to the three airports serving Milano and to many different towns with fast trains.
The symposium contributions will be: Plenary Lectures, Keynotes, Oral and Poster contributions. The best contributions after peer review will be published on a special issue of Ind. Eng. & Chem. Research.
An Exhibition room has been foreseen. Your participation to the symposium is warmly welcome and we hope you will enjoy your stay in Milano.

On behalf of the Scientific and Organizing Committee

Prof. Elio Santacesaria (Chairman of the Symposium)
Prof. Sauro Pierucci (Chairman of the Organizing Committee)

Promoted & Organized by AIDIC The Italian Association of Chemical Engineering