PSE for SPEED was at Dalian University of Technology (DUT) this week (Oct 7th – 9th) for invited lectures and software demonstration.
Prof. Gani gave a lecture on “Synthesis-Design Analysis of Energy Efficient Sustainable Processes Alternatives” and Dr. Anjan gave a software demonstration on “ProCAFD – Computer-aided Tool for Sustainable Process Synthesis, Design, Analysis and Improvement”.
Brochure: Lecture | Software demonstration
Prof. Rafiqul Gani and Dr. Anjan K Tular gave a 5-Day course (3 -7 September, 2018) on Advanced Computer Aided Modelling of Chemical & Biochemical Processes at the Chemical Engineering Department of National Institute of Technology, Warangal (NIT WARANGAL) in India.
For more information, check the link: http://www.nitw.ac.in
Download: Course information
PSE for SPEED sign an agreement with Dalian University of Technology to collaborate on an industrial project on “efficient and reliable solvent based reaction separation”. The project starts on 1st September 2018 and ends on 31 January 2019.
Prof Gani completes 3 weeks (1-21 August) visiting professorship at the Chemical Engineering Department of Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. During this period, Prof Gani gave a course on Advanced Computer Aided Modelling for graduate students and a departmental seminar on “Synthesis, design and analysis of energy efficient sustainable processing alternatives”.
Prof Gani comments on “The Future of Chemical Engineering” – During AIChE’s centennial year of 2008, AIChE interviewed Dr. Gani about his vision for the future of chemical engineering. In today’s blog post, we contrast Gani’s comments from 2008 with his perspectives today.
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PSE for SPEED are pleased to announce new addition member to our new team! We have Orakotch Padungwatanaroj, Researcher and Process Engineer. She will be assisting you in obtaining your wellness goals by providing you with professional tools and knowledge. Now let’s meet our new team member!
Orakotch Padungwatanaroj, our new researcher, graduated from The Petroleum and Petrochemical College, Chulalongkorn University. Her research interests in process simulation and optimization. She received her B.Sc. degree in Chemical Technology, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand in 2014 and her M.Sc. degree in Petrochemical Technology from The petroleum and Petrochemical College, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand in 2017.
Please join us in welcoming Orakotch, we hope that she will be very happy here at PSE for SPEED!
On 8 August 2018, PSE for SPEED Company Limited received financial support from NIA, National Innovation Agency (Public Organization), THAILAND to develop computer aided tools for property estimation and process analysis that will contribute to PSE for SPEED’s overall objective of sustainable and innovative design of chemical products and their manufacturing processes. The duration of this project is one year.
“Innovation is the application of knowledge and creativity that leads to better solutions, revolutionary changes, and increased values.”
A-Z of Biorefineries workshop successfully held on 19-20 July 2018 at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.
In the workshop, Prof. Rafiqul Gani introduced the very useful knowledge and technology, and discussed the innovative creation pathway together with Biorefinery industry in Thailand.
The workshop was sponsored by PSE for SPEED, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand Research Fund (CAT-REAC industrial project), and the Crown Property Bureau incoporated with National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA chair professor).
In this time, over 150 participants attended the workshop and there were 50 delegates from industries.
For more information, please see the following link:
PTT gas separation unit, the largest gas separation operator in Thailand, agree to have one year service agreement contract together with commercial feasibility project with PSE for SPEED.
Amino-Chem, a chemicals manufacturing company from China, has signed a collaboration agreement for another commercial feasibility project with PSE for SPEED.