Keynote presentations, Panel discussions, and Feature Sessions running across 5 stages!
Clariant, Unilever, BASF UK&I, RSC, and IChemE confirmed to keynote this May!
CHEMUK 2023 KEYNOTE UPDATE!
We are delighted to announce the following will be presenting as part of this year’s CHEMUK 2023 Keynote porgramme. Full session details and times to follow:
Richard Haldimann, Chief Technology & Sustainability Officer, Clariant
Chris Finnegan, Safety and sustainability science leader, Unilever SEAC
Prof. David Bogle, President, Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE)
Prof. Gill Reid, President, Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
Tim Doggett, Chief Executive Officer · Chemical Business Association (CBA)
Prof. Mercedes Maroto-Vale , Champion and Director, UK Industrial Decarbonisation Research, and Innovation Centre (IDRIC)
Thomas Birk, Managing Director , BASF UK & Ireland
Dr Suze Kundu, Science communicator, TV & Radio presenter, Writer & Head of Public Engagement at Digital Science
Prof. Jonathan Seville, Professor of Formulation Engineering, University of Birmingham (former President, IChemE)
More speakers and sessions to be announced shortly. Please check back and follow us on LinkedIn for latest announcements..
CHEMUK 2023 – 2 Day Speaker Programme Overview
The CHEMUK 2023 speaker programme will present 150 speakers across 5 stages, with a combined 40+hrs of presentation and panel sessions, providing vital market intelligence, tech insight, best practice, case studies, solutions updates and more! All presentations are free to attend.
Product Stewardship / Life Cycle / Circular / Responsible Care
Sustainability ambitions & challenges for the UK Chemical Sector
COP27 & Transitioning to Sustainability / Cutting carbon emissions in the chemical sector
Sustainable chemical product & process development
Sustainable Polymers / Bio-Plastics
Emerging biobased technologies and products
Future Hydrogen economy
STAGE 3: CHEM 4.0, Plant & Asset Management
Asset Management & Maintenance
Digitisation & Plant Automation
Tank Storage Management
STAGE 4: Chemical & Process Engineering Stage
Process Intensification / Optimisation
Process Design & Scale-Up
Process Automation / Robotics
Big Data / Data-led Processing / Plant & Process data management
Pilot / Kilo Manufacturing
Thermal & Flow Engineering
STAGE 5: CHEMLAB – Laboratory & Innovation Stage
Chemical and Raw Material Research and Analysis
Lab Scale Process Design & Innovation
Lab-Scale Flow Chemistry
Chromatography & Spectroscopy
Tim Doggett, Chief Executive, Chemical Business Association at CHEMUK 2022
In this interview, Tim talks about the changes impacting the chemical industry, and how the CBA are using their expertise to support their members. Tim also elaborates on the importance of the CBA’s role in representing their members at government level.
Lorna Williams, Executive Officer and General Secretary, British Adhesives and Sealants Association at CHEMUK 2022
In this interview, Lorna discusses the regulatory challenges in achieving sustainability within the adhesives and sealants sector, and what BASA is doing to support their members and address these challenges.
Jess Evans. Membership Recruitment Executive – Industry, Royal Society of Chemistry at CHEMUK 2022
In this interview, Jess reflects on the RSC’s CHEMUK sessions including the Keynote by RSC President-Elect, Gill Reid, and the RSC Sustainability Panel. Jess continues to highlight some of the RSC’s key agendas that they will be focusing on over the coming years.
Troy Stewart, Head of Energy Industries – UK & Ireland, ABB at CHEMUK 2022
In this interview, Troy highlights the role of hydrogen in addressing the issues caused by climate change. He continues to discuss the work ABB, Worley and IBM have been conducting to deliver hydrogen solutions at scale and speed.
Hosted feature sessions and industry panels from leading industry bodies across the sector have included:
BADGP – British Association of Dangerous Goods
BASA – British Adhesives and Sealants Association –
BCMPA – The Association for Contract Manufacturing, Packing, Fulfilment & Logistics
BioVale – Bioeconomy cluster for Yorkshire and the Humber
BSTSA – The British Surface Treatment Suppliers Association
CATCH – Industry led partnership supporting the process, energy, engineering and renewable industries
CBA – Chemical Business Association
CCUK – Cosmetics Cluster UK
CPI – Centre for Process Innovation
Digital Catapult – the UK authority on advanced digital technology
DIT – Department for International Trade
GAMBICA – UK Trade Association for Instrumentation, Control, Automation and Laboratory Technology
IBioIC – The Industrial Biotechnology Innovation Centre
Innovate UK KTN
NCEC – The National Chemical Emergency Centre
NEPIC – North East of England Process Industry Cluster
PIN – Process Intensification Network / PIG – The Process Intensification Group at Newcastle University