Auspices

Under the high auspices of
Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, President of the Republic of Croatia


Under the auspices of

Ministry of Environment and Energy
Croatian Academy of Engineering
Croatian Chamber of Economy
Croatian Engineering Association
Ruđer Bošković Institute
University of Zagreb

Greetings

On behalf of the Scientific and Organizing Committee, it is a great honour and pleasure to invite you to the 26th Croatian Meeting of Chemists and Chemical Engineers (26HSKIKI) with international participation, to be held in Šibenik, Amadria Park (Solaris) from 9-12 April 2019.

The meeting has traditionally been organized jointly by the Croatian Society of Chemical Engineers and the Croatian Chemical Society on a biannual basis (since 1969).

It gathers scientists and experts from Croatia and neighboring countries from academia and industry that will contribute to the Meeting through five sections (Chemistry, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, Material Science, Environmental protection and Education) with posters and oral presentations, exchanging experiences and accomplishments for the purpose of spreading new knowledges, ideas and technologies within the fields of engineering and economical development.

As an associated event in this gathering, the 100th anniversary of the Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology of the University of Zagreb will be celebrated as well.

Aleksandra Sander
Chair of the Scientific and Organizing committee

Deadlines
2018.
Sept.
SECOND CIRCULAR
2019.
15.01
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE
2019.
25.01
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE
2019.
01.02
EARLY BID REGISTRATION
Šibenik

Amongst all Croatian towns on the Adriatic coast Šibenik is set apart by its unique location in a picturesque and open bay, at the mouth of the Krka River.

The view over Šibenik reveals the unique harmony of the urban poetics of the town and its natural surroundings. The harbor, which is connected to the open sea by the St. Anthony Strait, has been an initiator of marittime affairs development, trading and the overall economic prosperity of the town for centuries.

Together with the fortresses of St. Michael, St. John and Šubićevac surrounding the town, it is a symbol of the centuries old continuous resistence of Šibenik, as confirmed in the recent Croatian War of Independence.

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