The Annual Meeting on Reaction Engineering together with the Annual Meeting of the ProcessNet Subject Division Heat and Mass Transfer will again be held in 2022 as a physical event, offering scientists from industry, research institutions and universities the opportunity to discuss their work in person, learn about the latest developments and expand their network. The meeting in 2022 is jointly organized by the ProcessNet Subject Divisions Reaction Engineering and Heat and Mass Transfer.
Heat and mass transfer together with chemical conversion processes have to be understood in detail by chemists and chemical engineers to be able to select and design efficient and commercially viable reactor concepts as well as heat and mass transfer equipment. Thus, one focus of the upcoming meeting will be laid on new insights into the complex interplay of heat and mass transport and reaction kinetics in chemical reactors.
This is closely related to the second focus of the annual meeting, which will be on reactor as well as heat exchanger diagnostics. Time- and spatially-resolved analysis of flow, temperature and concentration fields as well as the properties of solid materials, supported by increasingly detailed multi-scale modeling, has made amazing progress in recent years.
The third focus is on the electrification of chemical processes, which will become increasingly important due to the steadily rising share of electricity generation using solar and wind energy and the desire to achieve a climate-neutral society in Germany by 2045.
Due to the international orientation of our meeting, presentations are held in English.
Four plenary lectures given by renowned scientists, a poster party and a conference dinner will provide the framework for stimulating discussions and talks. We are looking forward to welcoming you in Würzburg.
including Conference Dinner
excluding Conference Dinner
All Prices are quoted in Euro. No VAT requested according to § 4.22 UStG. Registration fee includes a Business Package with VAT.
* Personal DECHEMA-, VDI-GVC-members and EFC/EFCE passport holders; personal VAAM members
The DECHEMA terms and conditions apply for all conferences . Please note that the following information are exerpts and supplements to the general terms and conditions.
Registration is possible, subject to capacity in the lecture rooms, up to the beginning of the conference. You will receive an email with a booking confirmation and hyperlinks to download your invoice and payment confirmation as PDF files.
The registration fees include a conference ticket, a book of abstracts (PDF), a list of participants and food & beverages during coffee and lunch breaks as well as during the poster party. the printed conference programme will be handed out on-site.
Editorial deadline for list of participants is 7 March 2022.
Cancellations are only accepted in writing (i.e. by fax, surface mail or e-mail).
Please find details about cancellation dates and fees in the general terms and conditions. In case of no-show the conference fees won't be refunded and fees that might not have been paid yet, still have to be paid.
The exhibition, integrated in the conference, offers a unique opportunity to promote your technologies products and services in the field of Reaction Engineering as well as Heat and Mass Transfer.
In the past years, the conference had about 220-240 participants from academia and industry. In 2022 we expect at least the same number of participants. This is a great opportunity to strengthen your network as you build up existing and generate new relationships.
Option to book up to 2 additional conference tickets for the reduced fee of 490 € each (incl. VAT, mixed tax rate)
For sponsorship of the Conference Dinner or individual requests please contact us.
Display of your printed advertising material or publication (price per title) on a table for the duration of the conference.
Price: 200,- € (excl. 19% VAT)
If you need further information, please contact the conference office.
We are happy to announce that the following renowned scientists will give a plenary lecture at the meeting in 2022:
VDI Wärmeatlas - a success story for transfer from science to practice
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Stephan, TU Darmstadt/D
Radiotracer Methods, CFD and Scale-Up: Current Status and Future Trends
Prof. Shantanu Roy, Indian Institute of Technology - Delhi, New Delhi/IND
Electrifying Organic Synthesis
Prof. Siegfried Waldvogel, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz/D
Reactor Technologies for Sustainable Chemical Production with Renewable Electricity and CO2, N2, O2, and H2O
Prof. Elias Klemm, University of Stuttgart/D
We would like to invite national and international research groups to contribute to the scientific programme, therefore all presentations will be held in English (for the lecture track of the group of heat and mass transfer: preferredly in English).
The conference particularly aims to motivate young academics and young
professionals from industry to contribute to this event. The programme will
favour their engagement and give space for new and innovative topics.
Even though contributions to the focus theme and input from young scientists are particularly solicited, other contributions to the broad field of reaction engineering as well as heat and mass transfer are also highly welcome.
Submission of abstracts for lectures is already closed. Abstracts for a poster presentation can still be submitted until 15th February 2022 (as long there are still free poster boards).
Please prepare 1-2 pages (incl. figures, max. size 1 MB). The abstract should explicitly mention objectives, new results and conclusions or significance of the work. Accepted abstracts will be published for all conference participants in a book of abstracts (PDF file). The congress language is English.
The selection of the contributions will be based on the review of the abstracts by the scientific committee.
Please note: Registration fee cannot be waived for authors.
Download the Call for Papers Flyer as PDF file:
Dr. Jens Artz, DECHEMA e.V., Fankfurt
Prof. Stephan Scholl, TU Braunschweig
Dr. Sven Sommerfeld, Bayer AG, Leverkusen
Prof. David W. Agar, TU Dortmund
Dr. Jonathan Bloh, DECHEMA Forschungsinstitut, Frankfurt
Prof. Markus Busch, TU Darmstadt
Dr. Kai Ehrhardt, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen
Prof. Hannsjörg Freund, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg
Prof. Olaf Hinrichsen, TU München
Prof. Elias Klemm, University of Stuttgart
Maximilian Kotzur, DECHEMA e.V., Frankfurt
Prof. Ulrike Krewer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Dr. Ricarda Leiberich, Lanxess Deutschland GmbH, Leverkusen
Dr. Stefan Palkovits, RWTH Aachen University
Prof. Jörg Sauer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Chairman)
Prof. Thomas Turek, TU Clausthal
Dr. Olaf Wachsen, CLARIANT, Frankfurt
Prof. Gregor Wehinger, Representative of NaWuReT, TU Clausthal
Prof. Horst-Werner Zanthoff, Evonik Operations GmbH, Marl