– All accepted papers are transferred to Elsevier for publication: March 14, 2021

– All authors are notified about the results of the paper review process: January 17, 2021

– Full paper (6-pages) submission deadline: November 16, 2020

– All abstract are evaluated and authors are informed about the decisions on their submission(s): October 16, 2020

– Abstract submission deadline: September 7, 2020 September 14, 2020

– Abstract submission starts on July 1, 2020


Plenary Speakers:

Marc-Olivier Coppens

Ramsay Memorial Professor and Head of Department of Chemical Engineering, University College London

Nature-Inspired Chemical Engineering, a NICE Approach to Sustainability and Innovation




Stratos Pistikopoulos

Director, Texas A&M Energy Institute

TEES Eminent Professor, Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering, Texas A&M University

Circular Economy – a challenge and an opportunity for Process Systems Engineering?



Gintaras V. (Rex) Reklaitis

Burton and Kathryn Gedge Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University

PSE Challenges in Advanced Pharmaceutical Manufacturing







Keynote Speakers:

Ana Paula Barbosa-Póvoa

Professor in Operations and Logistics, CEG-IST, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa





André Bardow

Professor for Energy & Process Systems Engineering, ETH Zurich






Selen Cremaschi

B. Redd Professor of Chemical Engineering, Auburn University

On tactical and strategic decision making – Impact of decision-dependent uncertainty





Michael Georgiadis

Professor of Process Systems Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

On the Optimization of Modern Energy Markets




Seda Keskin

Professor of Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering, Koc University





Daniel R. Lewin

Professor, Chemical Engineering, Technion. I. I. T., Haifa, Israel

Teaching PSE Mastery During, and After, the COVID-19 Pandemic





Fengqi You

Roxanne E. and Michael J. Zak Professor, Cornell University

Optimization under uncertainty in the era of big data and deep learning: When machine learning meets mathematical programming







Oral Presentations:

Oral presentations will be given in multiple sessions. In order to maximize the number of presentations each participant could attend. We plan 5 parallel sessions. Each speaker will have a total of 20 min to present their work. The presentation (PowerPoint format) should be provided to the local organizers at least 30 minutes before the session starts.


Poster Presentations:

About 60% of all contributions will be posters (size A0, portrait format), to be presented within the poster sessions (up to 1.5 hours each). The posters should be put on the stands in the morning and removed by the end of the day. The posters will be evaluated by the International Scientific Committee and the best poster awards will be given at the closing ceremony.


All papers will be reviewed by the Programming Committee and a very limited number of papers will be moved from regular submission to keynote paper.