Process Systems Engineering, PSE 2018
Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego
July 1-5, 2018

Balboa Park The Headquarters U.S.S. Midway Museum Seaport Village San Diego Zoo Petco Park


For planning purposes a tentative PSE 2018 Schedule is provided. This schedule has been updated on May 23.

Online registration for PSE 2018 is open.

PSE 2018 Registration Form

Conference fees for the PSE 2018 Conference are:

$1095 - Early Registration on or before May 7
$1295 - Standard Registration after May 7
$695 - Student and Post-Doc Registration (no deadline)

Note, in order for inclusion into the Final Program, all authors (making an oral or poster presentation) MUST register by March 3. In addition, the policy whereby an author may only make one presentation will be enforced.

The conference fee includes one copy of the proceedings published as part of the Computer-Aided Chemical Engineering series of Elsevier, the welcome reception, morning coffee (no breakfast), hospitalities during the three poster sessions, four lunches, the conference banquet and refreshments during program breaks.

Guests may attend the opening reception and banquet for additional fees. Guests must sign up in advance and cannot purchase tickets onsite. The guest fees are:

$50 - Welcome Reception Ticket for Guests (Sunday, July 1)
$140 - Banquet Ticket for Guests (Tuesday, July 3)

Please note that the Welcome Reception and Banquet are INCLUDED in your registration fee. The above fees are for guests only. Refunds for erronously buying tickets for the conference registrant will not be given.

If you have any conference questions or questions about the conference registration, please contact the PSE 2018 Registration Manager, Robin Craven.

Conference Organization
Marianthi Ierapetritou
Rutgers University
Mario Eden
Auburn University
Gavin Towler
International Program Committee
An International Program Committee (IPC) has been formed consisting of representatives from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North and South America.
Publication Policy
Proceedings published as part of the Computer-Aided Chemical Engineering series of Elsevier, and one or two special issues for Computers & Chemical Engineering are planned. Most of the plenary/keynote contributions and a select number of contributed papers will be invited to contribute to the special issues following the usual journal peer review process.
Conference Information Center
Robin Craven
Conference Manager