We would like to announce that the 7th International Congress Engineering, Environment and Materials in Process Industry, EEM2021, was successfully held at mountain of Jahorina, from March 17th to March 19th, 2021. The EEM2021 congress gathered eminent researchers and professionals from over 30 countries. A total of 228 papers were submitted, and the fields of greatest interest were chemical engineering and technology, food technology, biotechnology, materials and environmental sciences. This year’s event was supported by two internationally renowned scientific publishers – Springer-Nature and Wiley, who were kind enough to offer their scientific journals to the research results presented, together with other renowned EEM2021 supporting publications – SN Applied Sciences, Journal of Food Processing and Preservation, Health, Food & Biotechnology, Hemijska industrija, and Journal of Engineering & Processing Management. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we were forced to adapt to this new situation and this was first congress in the history of our institution that was conducted as a hybrid event – both in person and on a digital platform. This mode of organization enabled participants from all over the world to attend plenary lectures and invited speakers’ presentations, as well as to participate in an online poster session. Since all congress events were streamed live on YouTube, those who were not able to attend EEM2021 online can watch the whole event here:
The International Congress Engineering, Environment and Materials in Process Industry once again proved to be an opportunity for members of the scholarly community to exchange the results of their work internationally and gain insight into the possibilities of applying their research results in practice, despite the ongoing challenges of the modern world. The Organizing Committee and members of Faculty of Technology Zvornik would like to thank all the researchers, delegates, reviewers, endorsers, co-organizers and sponsors for their major contribution to EEM2021. We would also like to invite all researchers to take part in our next congress, which will be held hopefully under much more fortunate conditions, and the Organizing Committee will do their best to outdo themselves and make the following event better in every manner.