YPC Technical Programming at Spring 2014 Conference

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AIChE and the Young Professionals Committee are proud to offer over twenty sessions at the 2014 Spring Meeting and 10th Global Congress on Process Safety designed with young professionals in mind.

Learn about the development of new and emerging energy sources in Development of Unconventional Oil & Gas Resources sponsored by the Topical Conference on Gas Utilization. Ask questions of experts in an important emerging market at the Light Tight Oil and Shale Gas Rapid Growth and Development panel session.

See research from and network with many of todays top researchers in chemical engineering at the Spring Meeting Poster Session and Networking Reception. See presentations from rising stars in chemical engineering at the Best Senior Design Competition.

Learn about processes designed for the mitigation of environmental impacts at the YP Tutorial: Environmental Issues and Controls in Select Industrial Sectors.

Interested in professional development? Consider new opportunities in sessions like Careers in Management, Fundamentals of Project Management and Developing and Managing Innovation--Tutorial Workshop. If you're just starting your career consider attending Who Are You and Why Does It Matter?: A Tutorial and Lifecycle Management for Your Career.

Learn about the quint essential processes of our industry in YP Tutorials: Distillation and Absorption Equipment.

Technical knowledge is not everything. In Soft Skills in Process Safety learn how to deliver a message to build a safer workplace.

Learn the fundamentals of the foremost compliance issue of our time in PSM Elements Overview: Risk, Safety Information, and Design and PSM Elements Overview: The Three M’s: MOC, MI, and Metrics. See case studies and examples of successful implementation in PSM in Practice I. Learn how to better manage your own PSM program while attending Guidelines for Successful PSM Implementation.

Consider PSM: The Academia - Career Connection brings together experts from academia and industry to discuss bridging the gap between theory and practical application of PSM.

Speak directly with experts in industry and government in the PSM Introduction 'Master Class' panel discussion. Finally ask questions of professionals in the industry and young professionals who recently made their way into the field at PSMM YPD panel discussion.

These sessions will offer you an opportunity to expand your engineering knowledge and interact with experts in current and emerging fields of our industry. We look forward to seeing you March 30 through April 3, 2014 in New Orleans.