About the Journal
Current Trends in Chemical Engineering & Process Technology is a peer reviewed open access journal which publishes the latest advancements and researches in the field of biological engineering, biomedical engineering, nanotechnology, electrochemistry, applied chemistry, synthesis of nanoparticles, etc. but not limited to the above research fields. The CTCEPT journal provides a unique platform that helps to collect and disseminate state-of-the-art research among various disciplines related to the fields of chemical sciences and engineering. It accepts papers from around the world, that would be useful for upcoming research findings.
Aim and Scope
The objective of the journal is to publish the most exciting and current researches in the field of Chemical Engineering and Process Technology. In order to achieve this, it is important to bring into limelight of the outstanding research and development results to the world instantaneously in this domain in order to provide an opportunity to share the information among the scientists, researchers and readers across the globe that can be accessed freely through internet.
CTCEPT journal aims to encourage scientists, researchers and potential authors to publish their experimental and theoretical results in as much detail as possible and collect precise data in the fields of Membrane separation, Nanofibers, Rheology, Biological engineering, Microfluidics, Bioprocess and Biotechnology, Biomedical engineering, Polymer science, Process modelling, Statistical Mechanics, Nano fabrication, Catalysis, Environmental engineering, Industrial chemistry and Thermodynamics, etc. but not restricted to the above fields.
- Applied Chemistry
- Biomedical engineering
- Biomolecular engineering
- Bioprocessing and Biotechniques
- Computational Chemistry
- Fermentation and Fluid Mechanics
- Heat conduction and Heat transfer
- Material Science
- Nanoparticle and Nanotechnology
- Pollution Control
- Polymer Science
- Solar energy
- Tissue engineering
- Thermodynamics process
- Waste minimization techniques