United Scientific Group (A nonprofit organization) like to extend our heart full thanks to the scientific committee, our sponsors, speakers and presenters for making the 4th International Conference on Catalysis and Chemical Engineering a great success! The event was held at the Four Points by Sheraton Los Angeles International Airport Hotel, Los Angeles, CA from February 24-27, 2020.
After prodigious success of four annual conferences, we are now proudly announcing the 5th International Conference on Catalysis and Chemical Engineering at San Francisco, CA, USA during February 22-26, 2021 (CCE-2021) and would like to continue our success journey further.
Why Catalysis Conference (CCE) ?
Catalysis and Chemical Engineering Conferences (CCE Series) organized by United Scientific Group (A nonprofit organization) are probably the most successful series of conferences from 2017 to till in the field of Chemistry. The key to the success of the "CCE Series" lies in their organization: an international scientific committee (CCE Board) has for defining the theme of the conference and scheduling the program.
CCE has its own history of gathering the most brilliant minds together. Catalysis Conference (CCE) First edition was first scheduled at Baltimore, USA during February 22-24, 2017(CCE-2017) , Second edition in Paris, France during February 19-21, 2018 (CCE-2018), Third edition at The World’s Energy Capital Houston, TX, USA during February 25-27, 2019 (CCE-2019) recently at Los Angeles, CA, CCE concluded its Fourth Edition during February 24-27, 2020. Some of the most eminent speakers like Gabor A. Somorjai (The Father of Modern Surface Chemistry, 2008 Priestley Medalist) University Professor at University of California, Berkeley, William Andrew Goddard III currently Charles and Mary Ferkel Professor of Chemistry, Materials Science, Appl. Physics at California Institute of Technology (Caltech), Jimmy C Yu is Choh-Ming Li Professor of Chemistry and Head of United College at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Craig L. Hill (Nominator for 1992-present Nobel Prizes in Chemistry) Goodrich White Professor at Emory University, James J. Spivey, James McLaurin Shivers Professor Department of Chemical Engineering, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA,Debbie C. Crans from Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Mannar Ram Maurya Department of Chemistry as a Professor of Inorganic Chemistry of Highest Academic grade and Dean of Faculty Affairs of Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India and many more marked their presence at CCE conferences and left their footsteps towards the success journey.
Previous Editions of CCE
Each CCE Conference has the publication of proceedings of Special Issue. The proceedings of the first CCE Conference have been published by Catalysis Today by Elsevier (Science Direct). Second Edition by Topics in Catalysis Journal by Springer and Third and Fourth edition’s by Catalysis Today by Elsevier (Science Direct). We are extremely thankful to both the Catalysis Today Journal Elsevier (Science Direct) and Topics in Catalysis Journal Springer teams and Editor in Chiefs for supporting CCE Conference.
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First edition of International Conference on Catalysis and Chemical Engineering (CCE-2017) will be held from February 22-24, 2017 in Baltimore, MD, USA.
Conference Book | Program | SI Proceedings of CCE-2017 (Science Direct)
Second Edition of International Conference on Catalysis and Chemical Engineering Conference held during February 19-21, 2018 (CCE-2018) at Paris, 95700, France
Conference Book | Program | SI Proceedings of CCE-2018(Springer)
Third edition of International Conference on Catalysis and Chemical Engineering (CCE-2019) will be held from February 25-27, 2019 in Houston, TX, USA.
Conference Book | Program | SI Proceedings of CCE-2019 in review process (Science Direct)
Fourth edition of International Conference on Catalysis and Chemical Engineering (CCE-2020) will be held from February 25-27, 2019 in Houston, TX, USA.
Conference Book | Program | SI Proceedings of CCE-2020 in review process (Science Direct)