Collection de la Société Française de Génie des Procédés – new from Web of Conferences

We are pleased to announce a new Web of Conferences collection, Collection de la Société Française de Génie des Procédés, published on behalf of the Société Française de Génie des Procédés (SFGP). Within the collection, you will find the open access proceedings of the SFGP’s biannual conference and white papers providing thought leadership on current issues through the perspective of Process Engineering. Such industrial and societal issues include ‘Circular engineering’ and ‘The factory of the future’.

The most recent conference, the 18e Congrès de la Société Française de Génie des Procédés, took place in 2022 in Toulouse, France and addressed:

  • Methodologies for Chemical Engineering
  • Modelling and Simulation
  • Education in Chemical Engineering
  • Energy Transition
  • Processing of Agro and Bio Resources
  • Processes for Health and Biomedical Engineering
  • Systems, Industrial Ecosystems and Circular Economy
  • Water: A Challenge for the Future

It is the first event to be included in the new collection having been published in MATEC Web of Conferences. MATEC publishes open access proceedings in Materials Science, Engineering and Chemistry.

The SFGP is a not-for-profit scientific association which provides leadership for the Process Engineering community in France and represents it at the European level. It promotes Process Engineering to demonstrate its usefulness in meeting major industrial and societal challenges (related to the environment, water and energy for example).

Web of Conferences can support organisations to fulfil their missions by offering an online space to showcase and archive their conference proceedings, publications and other important resources in an accessible and attractive way.

“We welcome the SFGP to our Collections and look forward to future editions of its conference,” commented Solange Guéhot, Publishing Editor, EDP Sciences. “Our Collections continue to go from strength to strength and we are always happy to receive new proposals from learned societies, research institutes, universities and associations.”