Honorary Slin’ko Lecture and Dieter Behrens Medal for Guy Marin

(13-09-2021) Guy Marin has given the honory Slin’ko Lecture at the International Conference on Chemical Reactors and received the Dieter Behrens Medal for outstanding contributions regarding multi-scale modelling and design of chemical processes.

A Professor Mikhail Slin’ko Honorary Lecture

Professor Guy Marin gave the lecture Chemical reaction and reactor engineering: A key discipline for process optimization, innovation and intensification on 13 September 2021 at 11 am.

The International Conference on Chemical Reactors (ChemReactor) goes back to 1963, and its founder and idea inspirer was the famous scientist Professor Mikhail Slinko. The focus of his scientific research was catalysis, mathematical modeling of chemical processes and reactors, and the theoretical foundations of chemical technology. Starting from 2010, the Organizing Committee of the ChemReactor conference has established A Professor Mikhail Slin’ko Honorary Lecture which should be presented at every conference by a respectable and acknowledged researcher working in the field of the chemical reaction engineering.

Dieter Behrens Medal 2021

As a recognition of his impressive career, in Autumn 2021, Guy Marin will receive the Dieter Behrens Medal for outstanding contributions regarding multi-scale modelling and design of chemical processes.

The Dieter Behrens medal is awarded by the European Federation of Chemical Engineering since 1998. This medal is presented in principle every four years in recognition of a significant contribution on behalf of the Federation in raising the profile of chemical engineering in Europe or in relation to the organisation, management or development of EFCE's activity base.