IChemE Awards 2014

6 November 2014, Cheltenham Racecourse, Gloucestershire, UK

IChemE AwardsThe IChemE 2014 Awards provide a platform to recognise and reward chemical engineering innovation and excellence. The programme celebrates both team and individual achievement across every aspect of the chemical and process industries.

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Award categories - top prize

The 2014 Award for Outstanding Achievement in Chemical and Process Engineering - sponsored by Saudi Aramco

The outstanding entry across all categories of the 2014 awards programme will receive the 2014 award for outstanding achievement in chemical and process engineering. 

Saudi Aramco

Award categories - team awards

The Bioprocessing Award - sponsored by Newcastle University

The bioprocessing award recognises the best project to demonstrate a contribution to, or collaboration helping to, develop biotechnologies and bioprocessing applications. These can involve novel uses of biological materials or feedstocks, biocatalysis, biochemical engineering or bio-based processes.
Newcastle University

The Chemical Engineering Project of the Year Award - sponsored by Sellafield Ltd

The chemical engineering project of the year award recognises the best chemical engineering project contributing to improved management of industrial assets completed after July 2011. The project should demonstrate innovation, successful delivery and a technical, commercial, safety/environmental or other benefit. The project may relate to construction of new industrial plant or to the enhancement of existing facilities.
Sellafield

The Core Chemical Engineering Award - sponsored by Simon Carves Engineering

The core chemical engineering award recognises the project or process that best demonstrates a chemical engineering solution to improve resource efficiency, lifetime value and/or process optimisation.
Simon Carves

The Dhirubhai Ambani Award for Outstanding Chemical Engineering Innovation for Resource-Poor People - sponsored by Reliance Industries

This award recognises the individual or team that best demonstrates the development and use of chemical engineering technology to support people living on less than $2 a day. The winning project will receive $10,000 to help further the reach and development of the winning project.
Reliance Industries Limited

The Education and Training Award - sponsored by Costain

The education and training award recognises the individual or team that best demonstrates innovation in training, development of staff or education of a wider community, that changes public perception, develops young people, or addresses a chemical engineering skills gap.
Costain

The Energy Award - sponsored by PM Group

The energy award recognises the best project or process to demonstrate innovation in renewable energy, alternative energy sources, efficient energy use or the development of energy production methods that reduce energy and water intensity.
PM Group

The Process Safety Award sponsored by Shell

The process safety award recognises an organisation that has an exemplary record in implementing process safety best practice and improvements to reduce major hazards and risks. This could be through implementing a program to identify major risks, for example: HAZOP, PHR, PSM and reduce these through a structured program or technology to minimise risk in operating practices and human factors.

Shell

The Innovative Product of the Year Award - sponsored by AstraZeneca

The innovative product award recognises the best product originating from the process industries to be manufactured commercially after July 2012. The product should demonstrate both innovation and a social, commercial, safety and/or environmental benefit.
AstraZeneca

The Nuclear Creativity Award - sponsored by Rolls-Royce

This award recognises creativity within the nuclear sector through the development or application of processes, products, techniques or technologies including those which have been adapted from other industries. It is open to applications that are relevant to any stage of the nuclear fuel cycle, with an emphasis on safety, societal, environmental and commercial benefits.

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The Sustainable Technology Award - sponsored by ABB Consulting

The sustainable technology award recognises the project, process or product that best demonstrates innovation in waste reduction, recycling, reuse or the lengthening of product lifecycles.
ABB

The Water Management and Supply Award - sponsored by Genesis

The water management and supply award recognises the best project or process to demonstrate innovation in water use, clean-up and re-use, with a particular emphasis on reducing environmental impact while preserving commercial viability.

Genesis

 

Award categories - individual awards

The Innovator of the Year - sponsored by NES Global Talent

The innovator of the year award recognises the individual who best demonstrates his/her achievements and tangible application of chemical, biochemical and/or process engineering skills to address important economic, environmental or social issues.
NES Global Talent

The Young Chemical Engineer in Industry Award - sponsored by GSK

The young chemical engineer in industry award recognises the individual who best demonstrates their achievements and tangible application of chemical, biochemical or process engineering skills to address important economic, environmental or social issues. All entrants must have been born on or after 1 January 1984.
GSK

The Young Chemical Engineer in Academia Award - sponsored by Bouygues Energies & Services

The young chemical engineer in academia award recognises the individual who best demonstrates the impact of their research in helping to address important economic, environmental or social issues. All entrants must have been born on or after 1 January 1984.

Bouygues Energies & Services 

 

 

 

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