November 2017 News


Posted on Tuesday 28th November 2017 by Christine Stevenson

The programme for APACT 18 has now been released.   Programme (288k, pdf)

PEFTEC Conference, Exhibition and Seminars

Posted on Tuesday 14th November 2017 by Christine Stevenson

29th - 30th November - Antwerp, Belgium 

CPACT will be exhibiting at stand 102.  Come along and see us if you are there

Sponsorship Opportunities at APACT 18

Posted on Wednesday 1st November 2017 by Christine Stevenson

I would like to bring to your attention an ideal opportunity to market your company, technologies and equipment to your target audience.

APACT is an open forum for the presentation and discussion of recent scientific and engineering advances relevant to process analytics and control technologies.  Plenary and keynote speakers will report recent advances in the development and application of novel process analytics, predictive modelling and control technologiesk, and will review the benefits achieved.  

Following the success of previous conferences, APACT 18 will be a 3 day meeting featuring plenary and parallel sessions on topics crucial to the achievement of manufacturing excellence.

The conference is aimed at:

- Senior managers, scientists and engineers in the process industries

- Academics specialising in analytical science, control technologies and other related disciplines

- Companies that develop and market PAC technologies

The programme will feature invited and contributed lectures, poster presentations and a vendor exhibition, including the unique APACT Exhibitor Showcase. The meeting is an ideal forum for networking and information gathering on PAC.

The APACT 18 Conference is being held in Newcastle  from Wednesday 25 – Friday 27 April 2018.

For further details on the conference see

Malcolm McIvor CPACT Prize

Posted on by Christine Stevenson

Magdalene Chong from the University of Manchester was awarded the prize by Malcolm at the recent 20th Anniversary Event at the University of Strathclyde.

Magdalene Chong receives the Malcolm McIvor prize for 2017 from Malcolm