15th International Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering
25 - 29 August 2002
Praha, Czech Republic
General Information on Scientific Program
The CHISA Congress with all its topics and specialised symposia supports the concept of sustainable development - a concept aimed at the future of mankind.
Convinced that chemical engineering includes, masters and creates most of the tools that play a key role in realising this concept, chemical engineers try to find the specific and most effective ways to maximise this effort. This striving includes formulation of new targets of individual branches of chemical engineering science and practice, developing new methods for achieving them, dissemination of relevant information among specialists from Europe and the whole world, and supporting young engineers in entering and understanding the profession.
Final summary and full text
Final summary and full text must be written in English and are requested from authors of all contributions. The deadline for submission of final summary and full text is 31 May 2002.
The final summary is to be submitted if it is different from the preliminary summary. Both the final summary and full text should be prepared according to the Instructions for Authors. Please follow all instructions very carefully to conform as closely as possible with them. Regrettably, the vast majority of preliminary summaries have not complied with these instructions, therefore they had to be reedited by the Scientific Committee. In these cases, the Organisers are not responsible for possible changes ensuing from such reformatting. The preliminary summary will be used if the final summary has not been received. If the full text is not received the final summary will be used instead.
The best way for submission of final summary is using your personal Internet log-in password that enables you to upload the new summary. This is the easiest way to change the title, authors, affiliations etc. The full text should be sent preferably by e-mail to
email@example.com as an attachment. Do not use fax since the quality is not acceptable for reproduction. In all correspondence please always refer to the serial number assigned to your contribution.