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Chemeca 2009 at the Burswood Entertainment Centre, Perth is shaping up to be a fantastic event with more than 350 papers from 20 countries being presented over 3 days.

Chemeca 2009 “Engineering our Future: Are We Up to the Challenge?” will not only be a showcase for new knowledge but also a forum to discuss current issues. The industry and academia leaders will present their visions for the future, especially in the Australasian context. The diverse range of delegates, papers and presentations will promote synergies and collaborations between academia and industry and inspire all participants to contribute to the future.

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Plenary Speakers

Professor Ian Cameron
The University of Queensland
Engineering the Education Journey: What could the future hold?

Mr Ian Shott
Presidential Speech

Mr Laurence Stonehouse
Building on a Solid Base - The Requirements for a Successful Best Practice Transfer Programme

Keynote Speakers

Professor Ravindra Datta
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Learning to Deal with Complexity in Reaction Mechanisms

Professor Duong Do
The University of Queensland
The Role of Monte Carlo Molecular Simulation and Monte Carlo Integration in Adsorption Science and Characterization of Porous Media

Professor Keisuke Fukui
University of Hyogo
Impurity inclusion in crystal during crystallization

Mr Wei Ge
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Meso-scale structure - the common challenge for process engineers

Mr Des King
Fuels and Energy

Professor Richard Pashley
Murdoch University
Applications of the Unusual Properties of Water


Ms Jenny Purdie
Rio Tinto
Driving Sustainable Business Performance through Business Improvement

Mr Russell Scott
Uhde Shedden
Delivering Energy for the Future

Dr Andrew Shook
BHP Billiton
Embracing Reality: Dynamic Simulation of Metallurgical Processes

Dr Philippe Tanguy
Environmental Challenges in the Energy (and Mining) Sector

Dr Yi-Yan Yang
Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology
Self-Assembled Polymer Nanostructures for Delivery of Therapeutics

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Chem-E-Car Competition

Date: Tuesday, 29 September 2009
Time: 12:00
Venue: Pool Side Lawn, Burswood Entertainment Complex
Cost: No Charge

At the 6th World Conference of Chemical Engineering in Melbourne in September 2001 we held the final of the first Australasian Chem-E-Car Competition. This tradition has continued for every Chemeca and 2009 in Perth is no exception! The competition is for undergraduate students. The objective is to design and construct a car that uses a chemical reaction to power it and to control the distance it travels carrying a specified load. The competition is about demonstrating ability to control a chemical reaction.

Chemeca 2009 - Half Day Site Tours

Join us for a programme of exciting half day bus tours and let Chemeca 2009 be the catalyst that inspires us all to accept the challenge of “Engineering our Future”.

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ICMS Pty Ltd
84 Queensbridge Street
Southbank VIC 3006
E: chemeca2009@icms.com.au
T: + 61 3 9682 0244
F: + 61 3 9682 0288
W: www.chemeca2009.com
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