Important Dates

Last Date of Abstract Submission 30th September 2022
Intimation of Acceptance of Abstract 1st July – 15th October 2022
Full Paper Submission 1st August – 31st October 2022
Last Date of Full Paper Submission 31st October 2022
Registration (Early Bird)* Upto 25th September 2022
Registration (Normal) 26th September – 30th November 2022
Registration Closing 1st December 2022
Registration (Spot)** At CHEMCON 2022 Venue

Papers presenting original research work and conforming to the aims and scope of CHEMCON 2022 are invited for possible oral presentation followed by publication in the conference proceedings. Soft copies of all articles, not under consideration for publication elsewhere, should be submitted online in Times New Roman 12 size font Double spacing in .DOC format.

It will not be possible under any circumstances to consider articles submitted as hard copies by post or courier for possible oral presentation or publication in conference proceedings.

Manuscripts of original research & development work in the area of chemical engineering and allied areas not exceeding 5500 words, typed and double-spaced, including figures and tables can be submitted for consideration for oral presentation and publication in conference proceedings. Each article must mention the broad area of the article, abstract (not more than 250 words), 4 – 6 keywords, and graphical abstract if necessary (TIFF or JPEG files) with the author’s complete contact details (mailing address, phone, e-mail address, etc.).

Authors are requested to submit first the abstract in the prescribed format. After review by the technical committee of CHEMCON 2022, the authors will be required to submit the complete article in the prescribed format along with registration fees for the conference.

Topics for Technical Sessions (CHEMCON 2022)

  • Advanced Techniques in Chemical Engineering, (ATC)
  • Air Pollution Control (APC)
  • Application of Neural Networks in Chemical Processes (NN)
  • Artificial Intelligence and its application in Chemical Engineering (AI)
  • Biomass Utilization and Bioenergy (BLB)
  • Bio-surfactants, Green and Ecofriendly Detergent, Cleaners and Paints (DCP)
  • Catalysis and Reaction Engineering, (CRE)
  • Chemicals and Fertilizers (CF)
  • Climate Change and Sustainability (ccs)
  • Colloidal and Interfacial Phenomena (CIP)
  • Composite and Smart Materials (CSM)
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFO)
  • Data Mining, Fault Diagnosis and Process Design (DM)
  • Digitization and Automation in Chemical Process Industries (OA)
  • Effluent treatment in Petrochemical and other Chemical Process Industries (ETP)
  • E-Waste & Medical Waste Processing and Recycling (EWM)
  • Energy Storage - Fuel Cell, Battery and Supercapacitor (ES)
  • Green Chemistry and Technologies (GET)
  • Instrumentation and Process Control (IPC)
  • Modelling and Simulation of Processes (MSP)
  • Nano Technology and Nano Science (NT)
  • Novel Separation Processes (NSP)
  • New Technologies for Energy Conservation (EC)
  • Renewable & Alternative Energy/fuels (RAE)
  • Safety, Health and Environment (SHE)
  • Solar Energy and its application in Chemical Process Industries (SE)
  • Solid Waste Management (SWM)
  • Transport Phenomena and Fluid Mechanics (TP)
  • Utilization of Plastics and Polymeric Waste (PPW)
  • Wastewater Treatment (WT)

  • Paper will be submitted in Ms-word (.doc or .docx) format only
  • Font & Spacing: Use Times New Roman 12 Font size double spacing for an article in British spelling style consistent with your manuscript.
  • Broad Area of Article: Kindly refer to the given Technical Sessions CHEMCON 2022
  • Title: The title of the article should be brief and informative. A short title may also be provided for the folio line.
  • Author's Details: Complete names and affiliations of respective contributors along with the address where the work was carried out should be inserted below the title. If the current address of the authors is different, it should be given as a footnote on the title page. The corresponding author should be identified and his/her telephone number, fax number and email address should be given.
  • Abstract: It should state the objective of the work and summarise the results giving their theoretical and practical significance, as specifically as possible, in not more than 250 words.
  • Keywords: Not more than six meaningful keywords should be selected from the article. Each keyword should consist of not more than three words.
  • Nomenclature: It should contain the complete list of symbols and Greek letters and their respective definitions and dimensions. Consistent units (in SI) of measurement must be used throughout the article.
  • Text: In the beginning it should contain an introduction, describing the relevant previous work and the objective of the present investigation. The experimental part should describe the materials, methods and experimental set-up. Mathematical development should be described in the model section concisely.
  • Tables: Tables should present new information rather than duplicating what is in the text. Please supply editable files. All the tables, mentioned at appropriate places in the text, should be submitted on separate sheets, numbered serially in Arabic numerals. Each table must be accompanied by an appropriate caption.
  • Figures: All the figures, mentioned at appropriate places in the text, should be numbered in Arabic numerals. The figures should be clear and easily reproducible drawing(s)/ illustration(s), carefully made using standard software(s) like Corel Draw, Microsoft PowerPoint, Paint Brush, etc. Figures should be high quality (1200 dpi for line art, 600 dpi for grayscale and 300 dpi for color, at the correct size) in EPS, PS, JPEG, GIF, or Microsoft Word (DOC or DOCX) file formats. Graphs should be plotted using standard software e.g., Origin, MS-Excel, Matlab, etc. Hand-drawn graphs and figures are not acceptable.
  • Mathematical Equations and Chemical Formulae: It should be embedded in the text using. Complete equations, chemical reactions and structural diagrams should be clear and correctly typed.
  • References: It should be under square brackets at the end. Standard abbreviations should be used for a journal’s name.
  • Funding details: Please supply all details required by your funding and grant-awarding source as a single agency or multiple agencies
  • Disclosure statement: This is to acknowledge any financial or non-financial interest that has arisen from the direct applications of your research. If there are no relevant competing interests to declare please state this within the article, for example, The authors report there are no competing interests to declare.