Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Chemical Process - CCECP Conference

CCECP Program Committee

Below is the list of CCECP Program Committee members for the Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Chemical Process Conference:

Program Chair

Prof. Spas D. Kolev School of Chemistry
The University of Melbourne, Australia

Editor-In-Chief

Prof. Steven A. Adelman Professor – Physical/Theoretical Chemistry
Purdue University, USA

Co-Editor

Assoc. Prof. Dusan Losic Australian Future Fellow
School of Chemical Engineering
The University of Adelaide, Australia

Program Committee

Asst. Prof. Linda Gao Department of Chemistry
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, USA

Prof. Long Lin Chemistry Director, DP Centre of Industrial Collaboration
School of Chemistry FIPPP FTSC FRSC Head, Colour and Polymer
The University of Leeds, UK

Prof. Mohamed Al-Rubeai Head of Bioprocess Engineering & Director of Cell Culture
Engineering Research Centre
College of Engineering & Architecture
University College Dublin, Ireland

Prof. Mohamed Abdel-Rehim Department of Analytical Chemistry
Stockholm University, Sweden

Prof. De Chen Department of Chemical Engineering
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway

Dr. Mirosław Kwiatkowski Faculty of Energy and Fuels
AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland

Prof. Chun-Zhu Li John Curtin Distinguished Professor
Director, Fuels and Energy Technology Institute
Curtin University of Technology, Australia

Dr. Hamid Arandiyan UNSW Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellow
School of Chemical Engineering
Particles & Catalysis Research Group
University of New South Wales, Australia

Assoc. Prof. Fariba Dehghani Director of Bioengineering and Postgraduate Coursework
School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
The University of Sydney, Australia

Prof. Thomas Davis Director , Centre for Advanced Macromolecular Design (CAMD)
Director, Australian Centre for Nanomedicine (ACN)
School of Chemical Engineering
The University of New South Wales, Australia

Prof. Ralph Cooney Pro Vice Chancellor and Head of Tamaki Campus
School of Chemical Sciences
The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Prof. Keith A. Hunter Pro-Vice Chancellor – Sciences
Department of Chemistry
University of Otago, New Zealand

Prof. Young-Tae Chang Department of Chemistry
National University of Singapore

Prof. G.P. Rangaiah Adjunct Professor
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
National University of Singapore

Assoc. Prof. Chan Yin Thai Department of Chemistry
National University of Singapore

Assoc. Prof. Suresh Valiyaveettil Department of Chemistry
National University of Singapore

Prof. Xijun Hu Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong

Prof. Guohua Chen Head, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong

Assoc. Prof. Yiu Fai Tsang Department of Science and Environmental Studies,
The Education University of Hong Kong

Prof. Chi Ming Chan Chair Professor, Division of Environment
Chair Professor, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Director, Interdisciplinary Programs Office
Co-Director, Dual Degree Program in Technology and Management
The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Asst. Prof. Than Htun Faculty of Petroleum and Minerals
King Fahd University, Saudi Arabia

Prof. Ayman El-Faham Department of Chemistry
College of Science
King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

Assoc. Prof. Monirah Al Shaikh College of Sciences
King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

Dr. Bharatkumar Z. Dholakiya Department of Applied Chemistry
Sardar Vallabhbhai National Institute of Technology (SVNIT), India

Prof. Amitava Bandyopadhyay Department of Chemical Engineering
University College of Science & Technology
University of Calcutta, India

Asst. Prof. Chandi Malakar Department of Chemistry
National Institute of Technology, India

Asst. Prof. Joey D. Ocon Head, Laboratory of Electrochemical Engineering (LEE)
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of the Philippines –Diliman

Prof. Meng-Hui Li Dean, Engineering College
Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan

Becoming A Program Committee Member / Reviewer:

Interested in becoming a Program Committee member?

Please send email to secretariat@chemistry-conf.org addressing to The Organizing Committee expressing your intent to become a PC member and attach your updated CV

What are the roles of every Program Committee member?

Generally, the following are the roles of every committee member (please note these roles depend on the availability of your time):

  • Provide input/advice about the conference theme and topics.
  • Review papers and the number will depend on the availability of your schedule
  • Help to disseminate/circulate the call for papers announcements to your list of contacts (faculty, peers and research students).

Benefits of being a TPC

  • Enhance your knowledge in you field of expertise through latest research and updates submitted
  • To increase your exposure in the academic field as an expert to the related fields
  • Access to latest research and findings in your field of expertise
  • Add into your credentials to help you in your career advancement
  • You may potentially be invited as Keynote Speaker
  • To avail concession on the registration fee of attending the conference

Your details will be added in the list of Technical Program Committee. We also provide certificate / letter of appointment by request.

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