CPACT has established a unique confidentiality agreement and modus operandi between UK universities and collaborating companies, which is designed so that new members can sign up “quickly and easily”, and which includes a ‘Proprietary Project’ Annex.
By the end of 2016, CPACT had delivered 55 research reports and trained more than 80 PhD, postdoctoral and other researchers.
- trained 180 Industrialists and academics in the CPACT technologies
- delivered 10 collaborative research programs to the satisfaction of the industrial sponsors
- established links with the Center for Process Analytical Chemistry (CPAC) in the USA and the Computer Aided Process Engineering Centre (CAPEC) in Denmark.