ABOUT PSE ASIA
The International Conference on Process Systems Engineering Asia, or the PSE Asia is a Conference on Design, Operation and Control of Systems and Processes that is hosted in Asia once every two to three years. Inspired by the success of the PSE World Conference, the PSE Asia was first launched in 2000 in Kyoto, Japan to outreach the Asian academic community through communication, collaboration, research and innovations in the field of PSE. It was later hosted by Taiwan (2002), South Korea (2005), China (2007) and Singapore (2010). This year, Malaysia has the honour of hosting this prestigious event. PSE Asia 2013 brings together nearly 300 professionals comprising engineers, scientists, researchers, practitioners, policy makers and educators from Asia, and from 31 countries across 6 continents.
Themed “Engineering Sustainable Process Systems” the PSE Asia 2013 aims to engineer solutions to improve the quality of life by addressing the challenges of the food, energy, water, environment and resource sustainability.
The Process Systems Engineering Centre of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM-PROSPECT), the PSE Consortium of Malaysia and the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) warmly welcome you to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to participate in the PSE Asia 2013.
PSE Asia 2013 covers the recent developments in PSE, which include the following topics :
|1.||Modeling and optimization|
|2.||Product and process design|
|4.||Energy and sustainability|
|5.||Health, Safety & Environment (HSE)|
|7.||Policy and management|
All papers will go through peer review and will be included in the conference proceeding. Selected papers will be considered for publication in
|i.||Process Safety and Environmental Protection (PSEP)
Editor-In-Chief: Dr David Edwards (Safety) Granherne, UK
Editor-In-Chief: Professor Tom Stephenson (Environment) Cranfield University, UK
|ii.||Journal of Cleaner Production (JCLEPRO)
Editor-In-Chief: D. Huisingh, University of Tennessee
|iii.||Journal of Engineering Science & Technology (Jestec)
Editor-In-Chief: Dr Mushtak Al-Atabi Dean, School of Engineering Taylor’s University
Editor-In-Chief: Professor Dr Rosli Md llias , Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
The mode of presentation will be either oral or poster presentation.