March 2016 - Editorial

Dear PowerPlant Chemistry readers:

A bit later than expected, the production of the new issue has finally come to an end. Publishing a journal with authors from all around the world is sometimes challenging, among other things due to the different time zones in which the authors and our editorial office are located. This can cause some hold-ups – but we always do our best to stick to our editorial schedule.

Despite the slight delay I hope that you will enjoy reading the articles in this issue – I believe they have been worth waiting for.

In my second year as editor of this journal I'm planning to extend my personal network around the globe – what better opportunity is there than the huge number of conferences and events within the power plant chemistry area?

My first trip will take me to Johannesburg, South Africa, where our journal is organizing its first PowerPlant Chemistry Forum on April 25–26, 2016. Details can be found on our website and on the back cover of this issue. I'm looking forward to this event, to meeting long-time readers and contributors to the journal and – of course – potential new readers and authors as well.

The second visit this year will be to the third Meeting of the EHF (European HRSG Forum). The conference will be taking place in Prague, Czech Republic, on May 9–11, 2016. PowerPlant Chemistry is the media partner of this event, so mark it in your calendar – the details can be found on page 88. I hope to see you there!

Speaking of conferences and events – please let us know if there is an important event which we have failed to list in our events calendar. We'll add it in the next issue. Last but not least I would like to encourage you to supply a contribution to our journal. Share your experience with your colleagues in power plants all over the world – there's no better way than through our journal.

I'm looking forward to your letters and e-mails!

Tapio Werder
Editor
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