June 18, 2013
ESMOC 2017 is the second conference at international level for creating a forum for interactions on the energy issues. The first ESMOC was held at NIT Durgapur in 2013. Keeping in mind several forums on energy made in recent past by other organizers, this meeting mainly focuses on the modeling, optimization and control issues related to coal, geothermal energy, nuclear energy, petroleum exploration, petroleum refining, petrochemicals, renewable & clean energy, steel & allied industries and thermal energy. It also proposes for the deliberation of both theoretical and experimental works.
Keywords: Boiling; Bubbles; Cavitations; Chemical Reactor, Chaos & Complexity; Coal; Control laws; Condensation; Combustions; Computational techniques; Drops; Energy; Flow control; Fluid dynamics; Flow visualization; Heat transfer; Interfacial instability; Micro and Nano processes; Optimization; Multiphase flow; Measurement techniques; Modeling; Metallurgical Processes; Nuclear Reactors; Optimizations; Petrochemicals; Petroleum; Porous medium; Power; Refineries; Renewables; Scale-up; Simulations; Stability; Steel; Thermal processes; Transport processes.
The theme of the Conference: To be announced
It is planned to hold more than one technical session under each track.
All submissions end: June 19, 2017.
Notification to authors: August 22, 2017
Final submission and early-bird Registration: September 19, 2017
Conference program will be available: November 14, 2017
Conference starts: December 11-13, 2017
The authors may submit their contributions for oral presentation and poster presentation.
· Please write the Track Number, Track Name and Oral/Poster at the top of the first page of the manuscript.
· Manuscript file name: corresponding last name-track number.doc /pdf
For example: if the last name is energy and the track number is 1, the file name is energy01.doc or energy01.pdf
To be updated soon………..
The abstracts of the work to be presented in ESMOC 2017 will be published in the printed volume of abstract. A CD-ROM of the full papers will be brought out as well. See here for the guidelines for manuscript preparation.
Some selected papers from ESMOC 2017 will appear in the special issues of reputed journals.
City of Durgapur
The Steel City of Durgapur, West Bengal, India is growing very fast to "become one of the mega cities of eastern India". With a strong base on Durgapur Steel Plant and Alloy Steel Plant, many large and small industries have come up in the industrial hub of Durgapur-DPL, DTPS, NTPC, DVC, Durgapur Cements, DCL, Graphite India Ltd, PCBL, Ultratech Cement Ltd., ALSTOM Projects India Ltd, and many more. Durgapur has many good centers for education, training and research - National Institute of Technology (NIT), CMERI, National Power Training Institute (NPTI ), BCET, DIATM, Dr. B.C. Roy Engineering College, Durgapur Government College, Durgapur Women’s College, Micheal Madhusudan Memorial College, DAV Model School, Hem Sheela Model School, St. Xaviers School, Carmel School, etc. Many more have newly developed and are coming up. The healthcare facilities in Durgapur are also rapidly growing and include Govt. Hospitals, The Mission Hospital, DSP Main Hospital, Vivekananda Hospital, ESI Hospital, Disha Eye Care, etc. Rich with cultural activities, Durgapur provides good and entertaining local hospitalities for the residents and the visitors. Click here for more information
National Institute of Technology, Durgapur (formerly Regional Engineering College, Durgapur), was established by an Act of Parliament in 1960 is a fully-funded premier Technological Institution under the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India and is administered by an autonomous Board of Governors. The Institute awards B. Tech., MCA, M. Sc., MBA., M.Tech. and Ph.D. degrees to the students. The Institute imparts education in the disciplines of Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Information Technology, Biotechnology, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Environmental science, Materials Science and Management Studies. As decided by MHRD, Government of India, the procedure for selection of candidates for admission to the B. Tech./ M. Tech. in NIT Durgapur and in other NITs is on the basis of State Rank/ All India Rank (AIR) of AIEEE conducted by CBSE, New Delhi, and the same is executed through counseling by Central Counseling Board, AIEEE under guidance from MHRD, GOI as per schedule notified by CCB. In addition to the normal intake, a few seats are reserved for Foreign Students who are nominated by the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, and the Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Government of India.
The participants are requested to book their accommodation. Pickup-and-drop arrangement will be made for the participants to be staying outside the NIT Durgapur campus. The accommodations in the following guest house or hotels (all of them are within about 20-min walk to the NIT Durgapur campus) are available at a reasonable price:
NIT Durgapur guest house
NIT Durgapur; Mahatma Gandhi Avenue, Durgapur-713209.
City Centre, Durgapur, West Bengal-71321
Pathik Motel (WBTDC)
Gandhi More, City Centre, Durgapur -713216
Phone: 3432542768/ 6399
The Hotel Annexe, Durgapur
Priyadarshini Indira Sarani, A-Zone, Durgapur-713204
Phone: +91-343-6060011 / 6060022; http://hoteldurgapurannexe.com
The Citi Residenci
City Centre, Durgapur - 713216
Phone: +91-343-2549053, Mob: +91-9434755919, +91-7797661111
The Peerless Sarovar Portico, Durgapur
Centre, Durgapur-713216, West Bengal, India
Durgapur is linked with major cities worldwide by flights at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, Kolkata. It is a about three-hour journey from Kolkata by bus, taxi and train to reach the city of Durgapur. The Institute is located about 160 Km north-west of Kolkata on the Howrah-Delhi Main Railway-Route and overlooking the National Highway No. 2(the great Grand- Trunk Road).
Taxies are available for 24 hours at Durgapur station and City Centre.
· The fees include conference proceedings, working lunch, tea and the conference dinner.
Payment for registration
sponsorship should be in the form of:
R. E. College (Durgapur).
Please write your name
on the overleaf of your bank draft.
Bank Name: State Bank of India
Branch Name: R. E. College (Durgapur)
Branch Code: 2108
Bank Account No.: 33014304523
SWIFT Code: SBININBB337
Please retain the bank receipt to obtain the payment receipt from the organizer.
Director, National Institute of Technology (NIT) Durgapur, INDIA
Bikash Sinha, DAE-Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, INDIA
K. S. Gandhi, Indian Institute of Science, INDIA
Bhaskar Kulkarni, CSIR-National Chemical Laboratory, INDIA
P. Ray, University of Calcutta, INDIA
Ali Elkamel, University of Waterloo, CANADA
Gautam Biswas, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, INDIA
Sanjay Chandra, Tata Steel Ltd. (Research & Development), INDIA
Swapan Paruya, NIT Durgapur, INDIA
International Program Advisory Committee
AB Pandit, Institute of Chemical Technology Mumbai, INDIA
AKM Sadrul Islam, Islamic University of Technology, BANGLADESH
Afshin J. Ghajar, Oklahoma State University, USA
Babatunde A. Ogunnaike, University of Delaware, USA
Chin Pan, National Tsing Hua University, TAIWAN
Deepak Kunzru, Ahmedabad University, INDIA
Guy Marin, University of Ghent, BELGIUM
Haecheon Choi, Seoul National University, SOUTH KOREA
Iftekhar A. Karimi, National University of Singapore, SINGAPORE
Kai Sundmacher, Max-Planck-Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, GERMANY
Kannan N. Iyer, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, INDIA
Krishnaswamy Nandakumar, Louisiana State University, USA
M. O. Garg, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), INDIA
Nam Dinh, North Carolina State University, USA
Prabir Basu, Dalhousi University, CANADA
R. P. Chhabra, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, INDIA
Ranga Narayanan, University of Florida, USA
Rajiv Tayal, Indo-US Science and Technology Forum, INDIA
Ranjit K. Saha, INDIA
Sadik Kakac, Middle East Technical University, TURKEY
Sachin Patwardhan, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, INDIA
Santosh K. Gupta, University of Petroleum & Energy Study, INDIA
Singiresu S. Rao, University of Miami, USA
Sigurd Skogestad, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), NORWAY
Subramaniam Pushpavanam, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, INDIA
Suddhasatwa Basu, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, INDIA
Stephen Zitney, U.S. Department of Energy (NETL), USA
Vijnay Kariwala, ABB Ltd., INDIA
Vijay K. Dhir, University of California Los Angeles, USA
Yassin A. Hassan, Texas A&M University, USA
Head-Chemical Engineering, NIT Durgapur, India, Ex-officio
Arun Nayak, DAE-Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, India
Asit Das, Reliance Industries Ltd. (Refining-R&D), India
C. M. Narayanan, India
Chandan Guha, Jadavpur University, India
Debasis Chakraborty, DRDO-Defense Research & Development Laboratory, India
Dipa Biswas, University of Calcutta, India
Gopinath Halder, NIT Durgapur, India
J. B. V. Reddy, Department of Science & Technology, India
Mohammed Kamil, Aligarh Muslim University, India
Mrinal K. Madal, NIT Durgapur-CHE, India
Pinaki Pal, NIT Durgapur, India
Suvankar Ganguly, Tata Steel Ltd. (R&D), India
Sujit Karmakar, NIT Durgapur, India
Tamal Mandal, NIT Durgapur, India
T. K. Radhakrishnan, NIT Trichy, India
Swapan Paruya, NIT Durgapur, India, Convener
Student Organizing Committee
PhD/M.Tech. /B. Tech Students, Chemical Engineering, NIT Durgapur
Program Chair, ESMOC 2017
of Chemical Engineering
Durgapur, West Bengal - 713209, India
Tel: (+91) 343-2754086