It’s time for the 15th edition of the Netherlands Process Technology Symposium! Today process engineering is more important than ever in view of the current societal challenges and energy transition. It is therefore just as important to continue building and strengthening the Dutch chemical engineering community. We will all meet on May 30 and May 31st.

We believe that it is time to restart the NPS series. A proven successful occasion to exchange and share knowledge, experiences, new ideas, innovations and research results on all aspects of process technology.

As always, the NPS will be a great event to stay abreast of the developments in process engineering and meet with colleagues from academia and industry. Focus will be on new developments in the academic world in the light of the great challenges ahead. Industry is more than welcome to participate and take an active role in discussions!

You can chose to participate in the High Pressure lab tour on the 30th and the 31st of May or in the X-Ray Fluorescence lab tour on the 31st of May.

High Pressure lab: After a thorough renovation, the lab is equipped for safe experiments under extreme conditions. For converting biomass into sustainable feedstock, for example. The new lab has all facilities needed for safe experiments with high pressures and temperatures.

X-Ray Fluorescence lab: You are kindly invited to join the presentation of the X-Ray Fluorescence spectrometer. This presentation is given by Tom Velthuizen, the dedicated XRF-technician of the group Catalytic Materials and Processes at the University of Twente. Through the funding of the ADEM consortium, this group has aquired a Bruker S8 Tiger XRF spectrometer.


Universiteit Twente, gebouw De Waaier


Nederlandse Procestechnologen

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