Here you can find all the information about PSC2019 for ECCE12 & ECAB5 Student Programme, 15-19 September, Florence in Italy
Chemstations Europe GmbH, the official sponsor of the ECCE12 & ECAB5 Student Programme, invites you to join the PSC contest today and give yourself a head start in the competition before the September conference.
Why you should take part in the Process Simulation Cup?
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What is ECCE12 & ECAB5?
ECCE stands for EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING. It is an event organized by the European Federation of Chemical Engineering (EFCE). ECCE12 is the 12th edition of the series started in Florence in 1997.
ECAB stands for EUROPEAN CONGRESS OF APPLIED BIOTECHNOLOGY. It is an event organized by the European Society of Biochemical Engineering Sciences (ESBES). ECAB5 is the 5th edition of the series started in Berlin in 2011.
ECCE12 & ECAB5 Student Programme is an integral part of the ECCE12 & ECAB5 Congress held on 15-19 September 2019 in Florence, Italy.
Read more about the Congress here.
What is PSC2019 for ECCE12 & ECAB5?
PSC2019 for ECCE12 & ECAB5 stands for a special task phase dedicated to the ECCE12 & ECAB5 Student Programme held between 15-19 September in Florence, Italy.
What is the timeline for the PSC2019 for ECCE12 & ECAB5?
15 September 2019
The first day of the ECCE12 & ECAB5 Student Programme and the launch of the special task phase.
The full details of the task phase will be published on the PSC website closer to the event day.
19 September 2019
The last day of the ECCE12 & ECAB5 Student Programme and the time when the result submission page will be disabled for a few hours.
During that time 3 Winners of the special PSC2019 task phase for ECCE12 & ECAB5 will be determined and announced.
How to be considered for the competition?
Where can I find the task details?
Details of the PSC2019 for ECCE12 & ECAB5 task will be published on the official task page.
In the PSC2019 for ECCE12 & ECAB5 task phase:
What are the awards?
3 Winners will be announced on 19 September during the PSC2019 for ECCE12 & ECAB5 Award Ceremony.
Certificates and gifts will be given to the winners present at the conference.
All other participants will be able to download certificates of participation on My Account page on the PSC website.
PSC2019 officially ends on 17.01.2020
All participants will remain in the competition able to compete for the main awards.
How PSC works?
Do you provide training for PSC?
On 15 September PSC Team will run a PSC2019 Workshop at the Chemstations Europe GmbH booth during the ECCE12 & ECAB5 Congress, 15-19 September.
PSC Team will be available at the booth ready to assist you throughout the duration of the Congress
If necessary, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions regarding your account, registrations, submissions, software access.
How can I prepare for the event?
You can join PSC today and submit variables for the current PSC2019 task phase.
You don’t need to have prior knowledge of PSC or CHEMCAD to participate.
Full PSC2019 process description, task details, step-by-step guidance and flowsheet are NOW available online.
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What are the entry requrements?
The competition is open to bachelor, masters, P.h.D students from all fields of chemical process engineering.
All student participants must have a valid
How do I get software access?
All students participating in the PSC2019 for ECCE12 & ECAB5 will be given remote software access for 2 weeks. The access will cover the 15-19 September event.
You can also visit PSC Team at the Chemstations Europe GmbH booth during the ECCE12 & ECAB5 Congress for software access details.
More information will be circulated online closer to the event date.
Note: to be eligible for software access, all student participants are required to upload on MyAccount page:
I'm not attending ECCE12 & ECAB5, can I still participate?
EU and non-EU students can compete in this special task phase although they are not attending the ECCE12 & ECAB5 Congress.
You must select ECCE12 & ECAB5 Tag in the Campaign field to be considered as part of the event.
I will graduate before the event, can I still particiapte?
You are welcome to participate.
You should register with PSC while holding an active student status and fulfill the student status/software access requirements on MyAccount page.
What happens after ECCE12 & ECAB5?
You will be able to compete for the official PSC2019 awards: