Young Chemist’s School

The traditional trainings “Young Chemist’s School” will be held for postgraduate students, doctoral students, young scientists, students engaged in the scientific work and other conference’s participants to adopt experience and knowledge of professional scientists.

Start-up Development

Wojciech Wodo
PhD, Research Assistant, Wroclaw University of Science and Technology, Poland


During this training you will get knowledge about business oriented approach to following three main areas:

  • Start-up Development
  • Minimum Viable Product
  • Innovation Management

We will discuss  issues associated with buzz word “start-up”, we will try to build our own definition and work around it, we are going to explore some concepts for growing the company having only limited resources.  The most desired skills of every leader will be elaborated and effective team work methods.

You will learn about concept of MVP – Minimum Viable Product and how to use it in practice in order to speed up your projects and get as much feedback as possible. Few essential concepts of preparing new products and services will be discussed.

At the training we will dive into innovations world, we are going to clarify discrepancies among sorts of innovations and will focus on three main branches and discuss terms and conditions in which they could flourish. Also the idea of Open Innovation will be presented .

C4 Chemistry: Using of renewable raw materials for the production of energy and chemical products

Associate Professor Wladimir Suprun
Head of Laboratory of Heterogeneous Catalysis, Senior Research Scientist, Institute of Chemical Technology, Leipzig University, Germany


The review lecture will cover new directions for the catalytic conversion of biomass (wood waste, bio-algae etc.).

Continuous Improvement in Education of Chemical Engineers and Researchers in the United States

Taras Yurkiv
Retired Senior Process Engineer, BP Products North America Inc., USA


The education of young chemical engineers and scientists in the United States is an ongoing process of mutual improvement of universities and industry enterprises. Approaching education to business needs ensures the success of graduates and enterprises, increases the quality of education, influx of students, and the prestige of the university.


Associate Professor Oleksandr Ivashchuk
Associate Dean for Master’s Studies in Organizational and Educational Work of the Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Technologies, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine


The review lecture will introduce the advantages of the computational simulation using and the different modern engineering software types.