Welcome to BIWIC 2022!
BIWIC in an international conference that brings researchers and engineers from academia and industry together to discuss latest discoveries and challenges in industrial crystallization.
Previous BIWIC events were organized in Germany, France, Denmark, The Netherlands, Finland, South Africa, South Korea, China and Thailand.
The BIWIC 2022 conference is focused on the role of industrial crystallization with special emphasize on circular economy and bioeconomy.
The topics of BIWIC 2022:
Fundamentals of crystallization (solid-liquid equilibrium, nucleation, crystal growth, solid characterization).
Advances in industrial crystallization and relevant applications (pharmaceutics, fine chemicals, metal and chemical recovery, biorefinery products).
Monitoring and control of crystallization processes.
Purification and separation by crystallization.
Abstract submission 1 April 2022
Conference paper submission 15 May 2022
Please use BIWIC 2022 template attached below and send the abstract/conference paper to [email protected] email address.
Instructions given in the template should be followed for abstract (length of max 1 page) and conference paper (length of 4 - 6 pages) preparation.
After BIWIC 2022, part of conference papers selected by Scientific committee can be extended to a full journal manuscript and submitted to a Special issue: Industrial Crystallization - BIWIC 2022 in Chemical Engineering & Technology journal.
Conference fee is 280€ for all participants. The conference fee comprises the campus tour, attendance to all sessions, conference program, proceedings, lunches and coffee breaks, conference dinner and other social program.
Last day to register for presenters (oral, poster): 31 July, 2022.
Last registration date (online registration closes): 17 August, 2022.
If you have questions related to registration, please contact Conference Agency Konffa, [email protected], or by phone +358 10 2926500.
The conference starts at 14:00 Wednesday 31st of August with Aalto University Campus Tour and ends at 16:00 Friday 2nd of September 2022.
BIWIC 2022 programme is available via the link below.
Please find the links for loading BIWIC 2022 time table and list of e-poster presentations.
Access to Otaniemi
Aalto University's campus, located in Otaniemi, is easily accessible from Helsinki city centre by public transport. Some instructions on access to the campus are given here.
From Helsinki Airport
The fastest route to get to the hotel is via Kehä I/Ring I/Route 101. Typically, it takes around 30 minutes to arrive to Otaniemi, depending on the traffic.
Take train P or I towards Helsinki Central Station and change to metro.
From Helsinki Central Station
Take the metro towards Matinkylä or Tapiola and exit at Aalto University station, taking the Exit towards Otaniementie. From there walk 520 meters and arrive to Dipoli in approx. 9 minutes.
Outside Metro opening hours, bus 108N runs between city center (Kamppi stop, 45 platform) and Otaniemi.
Please visit Helsinki Regional Transport (HSL) website to find convenient routes, connections, timetables, and information about HSL app.
More details about the access to the campus can be found here: Campus maps, addresses and opening hours in Otaniemi.
A number of standard rooms have been reserved for the participants of BIWIC 2022 in Radisson Blu Hotel Espoo, Otaranta 2, 02150 Espoo, Finland.
This hotel is less than 5 min. walk from Dipoli, the venue of BIWIC 2022. More information about accessibility to the campus are given in Access to Otaniemi.
Please book your room well in advance, as the reserved quota will be freed for booking by general public gradually, starting from mid June.
One person: 139 €/night
Two persons: 159 €/night
Radisson Blu Central Reservation Service
Phone: +358 300 870 010
E-mail: [email protected]
Please mention reservation code BIWIC 2022 when making the reservation by call or by e-mail.
Reservation code is BIWIC when making reservations on website https://www.radissonhotels.com.
Jens-Petter Andreassen (Norwegian Univ. of Science and Tech., Norway)
Gérard Coquerel (University of Rouen, France)
Adrian Flood ( Vidyasirimedhi Institute of Science and Technology, Thailand)
Kerstin Forsberg (Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
Hongxun Hao (Tianjin University, China)
Jyrki Heinämäki (University of Tartu, Estonia)
Izumi Hirasawa (Waseda University, Japan)
Kwang-Joo Kim (Hanbat National University, Korea)
Alison Lewis (University of Cape Town, South Africa)
Heike Lorenz (Max-Planck Inst., Magdeburg, Germany)
Marjatta Louhi-Kultanen (Aalto University, Finland)
Rajaboopathi Mani (Aalto University, Finland)
Hugo Meekes (Radboud University, The Netherlands)
Haiyan Qu (University of Southern Denmark, Denmark)
Joop ter Horst (Université de Rouen, UK)
Joachim Ulrich (Martin-Luther University, Germany)
Sameer V. Dalvi (Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar, India)
Kerstin Wohlgemuth (TU Dortmund, Germany)
Krisztina Cziner (Aalto University, Finland)
Mitra Ila (Aalto University, Finland)
Dora Javor (Aalto University, Finland)
Marjatta Louhi-Kultanen(Aalto University, Finland)
Rajaboopathi Mani (Aalto University, Finland)
Nahla Osmanbegovic (Aalto University, Finland)
Arja Tuohino-Chance (Aalto University, Finland)
Liisa Wang (Aalto University, Finland)
Hanna-Mari Ylinen (Aalto University, Finland)
Anna Zaykovskaya (Aalto University, Finland)
Jianxin Zhang (Aalto University, Finland)