Separations Division (SEP)

Applying chemical engineering to separations technologies.

Chartered: 1990             Dues: $15

The SEP Division provides technical programs for meetings with coverage of a variety of currently used and novel methods of separation. Division members can exchange knowledge of technical publications, computer programs, databases, separation research centers, networks and programs. SEP keeps members informed of future separations meetings and plans exchanges with other groups. In addition, the group encourages chemical engineering educators to place emphasis on the field of separations and on the development of appropriate course materials through research, development, and application.



The Separations Division hosted a special session at the 2015 Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City. In a TED talk-like format, presenters in this rapid fire oral presentation session were challenged to give a 5-minute talk that would inspire their audience and generate interest in their innovative ideas. The presentations may be viewed on the Separations Division's new YouTube Channel.

The 2014 Fall Edition of the Separations Division Newsletter has been posted. You can access it from the Newsletter link on the left or directly here.

The 2014 Separations Division Award Winners have been announced!  Please see the attached this pdf for details.

Recent Events


Rapid Fire TED Talk Session: Succeeding by Separating
Sunday, November 8, 2015, 4:00pm MST
Posted by Roger Whitley
The Separations Division will be holding a new type of event at the Annual Meeting. From an initial 5 minute YouTube presentations, selected presenters will be given a stage to make a TED-type pitch of their work to a live audience. The 3 top presenters will receive cash prizes. See the attached...Read more

Collaborative Events - Austin Spring AIChE & PSTC Meetings

Sunday, April 26 - May 1, 2015, 9:00am EDT
Posted by Roger Whitley
In order to take advantage of the synergy between the Austin Spring AIChE meeting (April 26-30) and the Spring Process Science and Technology Center (PSTC) Sponsors’ Meeting (April 30 and May 1) we are planning several collaborative activities. The AIChE meeting will feature the “Kister”...Read more

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