Come & meet us @ACHEMA 2018 – Hall 9.2, Booth B80
80% energy reduction in industrial catalytic gas-phase reactions and 90% related emissions reduction : these are the main targets of ROMEO’s partners through the design of new membranes reactors. Join us at ACHEMA 2018 and seize the opportunity to discuss all the applications you are interested in!
Progress Meeting in Erlangen
The 5th progress meeting of the project organized by FAU and EVONIK took place from 7 to 9 March 2018 at Fraunhofer Forschungscampus Waischenfeld.
Successful 4th Progress Meeting
On 15 and 16 November, the 4th Progress meeting of ROMEO was organized in Madrid at the premises of the National University for Distance Education (UNED). Read more in the news section of this website
Third European Workshop on Membrane reactors in Italy
On 9 and 10 March 2017, the Third European Workshop on Membrane Reactors was jointly organised in Italy by BIONICO, FERRET, FluidCELL, MEMERE, and ROMEO, 5 major European projects on membrane reactors. Read more in the news section of this website
Three important meetings held in Brussels
On 22 and 23 February, the 3rd progress meeting of ROMEO was organized in Brussels at the CFCIB (Chambre Française de Commerce et d’ Industrie de Belgique), jointly with the 1st External Advisory Board (EAB) and the 1st Review meeting (M18). Read more in the news section of this website
ROMEO’s second progress meeting on September 21 and 22
On September 21 and 22, ROMEO’s 2nd progress meeting was held in Copenhagen. This meeting was jointly hosted by DTU and LiqTech international and provided the opportunity to assess progress towards the major milestones.
Progress meeting in Aachen
The first ROMEO progress meeting was held on March 7 and 8, 2016 in Aachen, Germany. It was organised by RWTH Aachen University. Read more in the News section of this website.
ROMEO’s kick-off Meeting
ROMEO’s kick-off meeting was organised on September 22, 2015 in Brussels, Belgium. The meeting was organised by Evonik, the partner coordinating the ROMEO project. Read more from the news section of this website.