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CAMURE11-ISMR10 Secretariat & Organization

c/o The Italian Association of Chemical Engineering
& AIDIC Servizi Srl
Via Giuseppe Colombo 81/A
20133 Milano (Italy)

Phone: +39-02-70608276

General Secretariat and information related to the Scientific Program

For information related to the Treasury & Registrations



CAMURE11 & ISMR10 will be held at Hotel" ROSA GRAND", Piazza Fontana, 3, 20122 Milano, Italy

The venue is just behind Duomo Cathedral and few underground stops away from the Central Station - this last well connected to the three airports serving Milano and to many different towns with fast trains.


The general theme of CAMURE-11 & ISMR-10 will be:
"Role of the interface in chemical and biochemical engineering processes"
The Symposium attracts scientists from many 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.


The Symposium is structured in invited Plenary Lectures, in selected Lecture presentations and in Poster Presentation Sessions.
The event will be held in presence. If required for the health safety, the format will be adjusted with remote participation, in a hybrid format or virtual format. A partial refund of the registration paid will be recognized for remote participation.


The corresponding authors of selected abstracts will be invited to submit a full paper to be published in a special issue of Ind. Eng. & Chem. Research devoted to the Symposium.

Plenary Lectures


Volker Hessel - Australia

'Disruptive technology scenarios opened by flow chemistry and process intensification for industry transformation


Jian-Feng Chen - China

Rotating Packed Bed Reactor: From Fundamentals to Commercialization


Andrei Khodakov - France

Catalyst nanoconfinement and promotion for synthesis of platform molecules from renewable feedstocks


Kin Kuok Mimi Hii - UK

Catalysis in Flow


Inmaculada Ortiz - Spain

Membrane reactors: From fundamentals to future perspectives


Vivek V. Ranade - UK

Waste biomass to biogas via cavitation and anaerobic digestion