Prepare students for careers in the process industries

The understanding of modern software engineering tools is an undeniable asset in the constantly changing world of work. Technological advances transform our lives almost on a daily basis, resulting in the expansion of knowledge-intensive services and increased demand for a highly skilled workforce.

Our Academic Licenses offer universities the same process simulation technology used by Chemstations' industrial customers worldwide. With this approach, young professionals can acquire industry-relevant skills and enhance their employability.

The full software suite or individual modules are available for universities that would like to use CHEMCAD for undergraduate or graduate education and research. Academic staff members can also benefit from the participation in Basic and Advanced CHEMCAD Seminars.

To learn more about the licensing options for universities, to request an offer or learn more about CHEMCAD Seminars, email or use the contact form.

We have a special opportunity for teachers and thier students who are new to CHEMCAD and would like to explore the software before committing to a contract. Email or use the contact form to learn about the offer. 

Enrich your engineering curriculum with Process Simulation Cup (PSC)

Many engineering courses providers face an ongoing struggle attempting to develop student tasks which demand knowledge of theoretical fundamentals while remaining relevant to practice. Obtaining tasks directly from industry sources is often problematic as companies rarely disclose information on in-company process details, measurement data or process parameters.

Process Simulation Cup (PSC), the international competition developed by Chemstations Europe, provides a unique opportunity for young professionals to test and train process simulation skills using real-world engineering problems. Every year, students and new graduates from all fields of chemical process engineering participate in the challenge, optimize a given engineering task with CHEMCAD and compete for awards.

Why not introduce PSC into your curriculum and make it a special feature of your teaching course? PSC Team can dedicate a PSC task phase especially for your students. Contact PSC Team direclty and let them know when would you like the 2 weeks PSC task phase to take place and they we’ll take care of everything.

All PSC tasks come with a flowsheet, detailed process description and step-by-step guidance. Explore PSC task and benefits of using PSC in the classroom here.

Contact for the competition-related questions.

Use modern teaching methods

  • Fully automated online competition
  • Unlimited result submissions
  • Worldwide entry all year long
  • Real-time progress tracking

Innovate with PSC in your classroom

  • Class graded/nongraded exercise
  • Group graded/nongraded exercise
  • Add-on class training tool
  • Add-on individual training tool

Award grades for PSC solutions

  • Grade students with one click only
  • Define top/bottom mark thresholde
  • Group and filter students data
  • Export files in CVS or Excel

Contribute to the SymposiumTeaching Process Simulation (TPS)

The one-day special event orgaized by Chemstations Europe is a platform for academics to explore cooperation, innovation and the promotion of teaching process simulation in process engineering. It is an opportunity to compare and contrast the teaching methods and contents of process simulation courses across different institutions.

Lecturers in the fields of process engineering, chemical engineering, chemical technology, mechanical engineering, energy and environment or similar courses at universities and technical colleges are encouraged to share ideas, best practices and recent developments impacting the quality of teaching simulation.

TPS takes place every year in Berlin in February or March. Please, visit the events page for agenda and venue details.

Previous events

Teaching Process Simulation 2018
Teaching Process Simulation 2017
Teaching Process Simulation 2016
Teaching Process Simulation 2015
Teaching Process Simulation 2014