The impact factor (IF) 2020 of Journal of Flow Chemistry is 2.786.

The Journal of Flow Chemistry, the periodical of the Flow Chemistry Society published by Akadémiai Kia, was selected for coverage in the Science Citation Index in February, 2013. The quarterly journal was launched in August 2011, which means that the official impact factor was reached within two years.

As of January 2018, Springer and Akadémiai Kiadó are co- publishing the official journal of the Flow Chemistry Society with a publishing model of a Hybrid (Transformative Journal).

The Journal of Flow Chemistry, however, is a groundbreaking initiative publishing paper on the fast growing field of continuous operations of chemical reactions that offer numerous benefits and advantages including safe, fast, economic, green and sustainable synthesis.

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Dr. Timothy Noel (TU/e) has become the new EiC of the journal

Dr. Timothy Noel (TU/e) has become the new EiC of the journal

The Flow Chemistry Society has named Dr. Timothy Noel from Eindhoven University of Technology as the new Editor in Chief of Journal of Flow Chemistry, joined by 3 new Associate Editors: Dr. Jean-Christophe Monbaliu (ULiège), Dr. Norbert Kockmann (TU Dortmund) and Dr. Shawn Collins (UMontréal).

On The Future of Flow Chemistry

On The Future of Flow Chemistry

Today, the Journal of Flow Chemistry published a special all open access perspectives issue on the “Future of Flow Chemistry”. This dedicated issue of 100 pages containes 16 articles written by leading experts in the field and discusses advances and visions on flow chemistry related to a variety of topics.

DECHEMA Prize 2017

DECHEMA Prize 2017

It is our greatest pleasure to inform you that Dr. Timothy Noel (Associate Professor at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), who has joined the Flow Chemistry Society in 2013, of which he is to-day one of the most esteemed and active members, has been awarded the DECHEMA Prize 2017 in recognition of his pioneering work on continuous photochemical conversion in microfluidic systems.