Student Contest Problem (SCP)
Every year, Eurecha organizes the Student Contest Problem, a challenge for CAPE-students that have to suggest solutions to a broad chemical engineering problem.

SCP 2019  – Description of the SCP

Results of the SCP 2019

1st Prize  – A Path to Sustainability: Green Hydrogen Based Production of Steel and Ammonia
Michael Moritz, Jan Raphael Seidenberg, Maximilian Siska, Marc Stumma, Song Zhai
Process Systems Engineering (AVT.SVT), RWTH Aachen University, 52074 Aachen, Germany

The prize was awarded at Escape Conference 2020 (Milan, Italy).

2nd Prize  – Feasibility study of low-carbon ammonia and steel production in Europe
Justin Fraselle, Alexis Donceel, Marc Philippart de Foy, Jean-Luc Hoxha, Mathieu Caspar and Remi Poncelet, University of Liège, Belgium

The prize was awarded at CAPE-FORUM 2020 (Denmark).

SCP2018 – Description of the SCP

Results of the SCP 2018

1st Prize  – Preliminary design of the green diesel production process by hydrotreatment of vegetable oils
Javier Moreno Fernández-Villamil and Aurelio Hurtado de Mendoza Paniagua
Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Escuela Tecnica Superior de Ingenieros Industriales (ETSII UPM)

The prize was awarded at Escape Conference 2019 (Eindhoven, Netherlands).


2nd Prize – Production of Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil as an Additive for Petro-Diesel
Robert Kiefel and Jannik T. Lüthje
Process Systems Engineering, RWTH Aachen University

SCP2017 – Description of the SCP

Results of the SCP 2017

1st Prize  – Screening and Optimal Design of CCU Processes using Superstructure Optimization
Flemming Holtorf, Luise Bering, Andreas Vellguth, Daniel Felder, Pascal Padberg
Aachener Verfahrenstechnik – Process Systems Engineering, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany


2nd Prize – Carbon CO2 Reuse in Direct DME Synthesis from Syngas
Alba Carrero Parreño, Juan Diego Medrano García, Natalia Quirante
Institute of Chemical Processes Engineering, University of Alicante, PO 99, E-03080 Alicante, Spain

SCP2016 – Description of the SCP

Results of the SCP 2016

1st Prize  – CO2 Separation, Transportation, and Sequestration
Jannik Burre, Adrian Caspari, Johanna Kleinekorte, Lukas Mertens, Artur Schweidtmann
RWTH-Aachen University, Germany

SCP2015 – Description of the SCP

Results of the SCP 2015

1st Prize  – Provision of facilities
Božidar Aničić and Tibor Kuna
Faculty of chemistry and chemical engineering
University of Maribor, Slovenia