Indian Chemical Engineer (ICE) is a quarterly journal of Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers which has been the Institute’s main organ since 1959. Even before ICE, IIChE regularly published Transactions of Chemical Engineers between 1948 and 1958.

Prof. G.S. Laddha was the first Editor of ICE. A renowned Chemical Engineer, Prof. Ladhha has been known for his research on liquid–liquid extraction. He is also recognised for his contribution to the establishment of several chemical industries in India. Since, Prof. Laddha, there have been 15 other Editors, all consummate academics, under whose aegis the journal has been published till date.The journal’s Editorial Board and the International Advisory Board also include eminent Professors and Scientists from India and abroad.

ICE offers an international platform for publishing articles on original research initiatives, interpretative reviews and overviews on new developments in the realm of Chemical Engineering and allied fields. Special Issues of ICE, published periodically, are rich sources of information with contributions from noted academics and research scholars, in the upcoming areas.

Since 2011, ICE is published by Taylor and Francis, UK, one of the world’s leading publishers of scholarly journals and books. Collaboration with Taylor & Francis has facilitated a wide international readership for the journal along with high-quality logistic support and has added a professional finesse to the journal. Authors can submit their papers online using ScholarOneManuscriptsTM (https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tice), which would undergo a thorough peer review process before being selected for publication.

Collaborations

Collaborations

IIChE maintains close association with various professional bodies at home and abroad. It has agreements of collaborations with leading global Institutes in the field of Chemical Engineering, namely, the Institution of Chemical Engineers, UK and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), USA and Canadian Institute of Chemical Engineers, Canada.

IIChE is also a member of the Asia Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering, Australia and a corresponding member of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering, Germany. The Institute is a permanent invitee to DECHEMA, Germany. It became the first organization from the developing countries to join the Executive Committee of the World Chemical Engineering Council, which was formed in Melbourne in 2001. During 2003 - 2004, the Institute had collaboration with InnoCentive Inc., a US-based organization, offering a wide platform to the international scientific community to work on complex scientific problems and find their solutions.

At home, in 2002, IIChE joined Engineering Council of India (ECI) as a member of its Board of Governors. IIChE is working with ECI for enlisting chemical engineers in National Registers for Professional Engineers. The ECI is the apex body of professional and consulting engineers in India, representing various engineering disciplines. IIChE is also represented at various committees/sub-committees of Bureau of Indian Standards.

In recent years, on a few occasions, IIChE has been working on developing a wide platform to collaborate with FICCI.

Join IIChE
 
IIChE welcomes all chemical engineering students to its fold. They may become members of the institute subject to fulfillment certain eligibility criteria and completion of other formalities.

Application Form: Click Here

Organizational Members

Click here to View

News

CHEMCON 2020


Short Term Training Program (STTP)


SCHEMCON


AMIIChE Examination


Miscellaneous

What we do?

Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers is a confluence of streams of professionals from academia, research institute and industry.


Profesional Workers

Over the years the Institute has developed a distinct profile of its own.

Our Plans

Even as the IIChE is always moulding itself and playing a proactive role to keep up with the ever changing needs of the society and the economy, the basic objectives remain largely unchanged since its inception.

Vision

To promote advancement of Chemical Engineering Science and draw up a code of ethics in the profession. To maintain and widen contacts with chemical engineering professionals in India and abroad ensure regular exchange of ideas with other national and international professional institutes in this field.

Our Collaborations

IIChE maintains close association with various professional bodies at home and abroad. It has regular collaborations with two of the leading global Institutes in the field of Chemical Engineering, namely, the Institution of Chemical Engineers, UK and the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), USA.

Our Reach

IIChE is also a member of the Asia Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering, Australia and a corresponding member of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering, Germany.

Our Vision for Progress


The R&D Vision Global warming is a threat to human prosperity and has been intensively discussed world-wide. Regulations are needed to prevent problems, as well as drastic social change to create a low-carbon sustainable society that balances environmental protection with economic growth.

Engineering


At home, in 2002, IIChE joined Engineering Council of India (ECI) as a member of its Board of Governors. IIChE is working with ECI for enlisting chemical engineers in National Registers for Professional Engineers.

Manufacturing

IMG

Of late, IIChE is working on developing a wide platform to collaborate with FICCI.