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PSC2017 – WHY YOU SHOULD COMPETE     We asked Alec Maddaus from University of New Hampshire to share some thoughts on his experience with PSC2017. Alec held the Monthly Winner title for 6 months in a row! We wanted … Read More

If it jiggles it’s fat!

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  Let’s bounce with PSC  If it jiggles it’s fat! – Arnold Schwarzenegger, the bodybuilding guru, once said. What a chemical engineer would say? Arnold, you got it all wrong – it’s JELLY! Gelatin was first derived in 1682 by Denis Papin who invented a … Read More

New monthly-winner of PSC2017!

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Happy Wednesday guys, We want to thank you for taking part in the PSC2017! Participants from all over the world joined a fierce fight to provide the best variables and to place top in the Highscore table. This month, there have … Read More

The April-winner of PSC2017!

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Hello everyone! We want to send a big thank to everyone who participated in our contest and helped make it a success! And a special congratulation to Alec Maddaus, the winner of April – our monthly winner of PSC2017 from … Read More

PSC participants map

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Congratulations to Jakub – our latest Winner of the Month, who submitted the best solution as of the last day of September. Well done! The battle in the previous month was fierce and our Highscore Table has considerably grown with the … Read More

Highscore table is now OPEN

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Dear Participants! Finally the long-awaited moment has come! We are happy to inform you, that the Highscore table is now open! Our developers have spent quite some time and effort to make sure it works for you smoothly and without … Read More

Heroes of Chemical Engineering (Part 5): Arthur Dehon Little

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He developed the concept of unit operations in a time when different industries still invented everything separately and promoted industrial research when science and manufacturing barely had any connections. This month’s Hero of Chemical Engineering, Arthur D. Little, is widely known for … Read More

Positive feedback on the PSC2015 during ACHEMA

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Positive feedback when Jan presented the process simulation cup to students in our booth on ACHEMA in Frankfurt/Main. The students liked it. We asked their professors to acquire participants since there is also a university ranking.The more students participate from any university, the higher the … Read More

ACHEMA2015 starts tomorrow

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We are excited! Weeks of preparation end today. Nicole has declared acceptance of our booth on ACHEMA2015. The Process Simulation Cup is presented to a larger audience in the coming week. ACHEMA is the most important trade fair in our … Read More

Rocky start

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Sorry the website looks funny today and the high score table is still fake data. We had to stop co-ordinating everything to get faster. We are busy preparing for ACHEMA2015, sending mailings and press releases – even before the PSC … Read More

PSC2015 launched

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We presented the idea for the Process Simulation Cup to the participants of the Teaching Process Simulation Symposium in Berlin yesterday. They liked it – and we got valuable feedback on the rules of the competition. Before the website is finished, … Read More

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