This conference will bring together the nation's key players in energy innovation: engineers, scientists, venture capital investors, technology entrepreneurs, large corporations, and government officials to share ideas and discuss innovative research strategies in developing and deploying new way
AIChE is teamed up with the biennial Chem Show to bring you the 2011 AIChE Northeast Regional Conference. The conference featured 3 key components—Nanotechnology 2011 Conference and Symposium, Engineering Technologies Tutorials, and the Conference on Energy, Safety, and Consulting.
Organized by the Saudi Arabian Section of American Institute of Chemical Engineers (SAS-AIChE), this is a major international forum for discussion and exchange of practical experience in all aspects of process engineering issues related to the process industry (including but not limited to upstre
The 2nd International Congress on Energy featured more than 100 sessions related to technology, markets, business strategies and policy covering the solar, nuclear, lignocelluosics, biorefineries, hydrogen production, hydrogen storage and green innovation energy sectors.
Hosted by University of Minnesota, Twin Cities & Iowa State University, the 2011 Annual Student Conferences is four days of career information, social events, competitions, and fun. Student engineers from more than 100 schools will celebrate the Chemical Engineering profession, along with young professional members, AIChE leaders, and industry professionals from numerous engineering specialties.
The South Texas Section of the AIChE, in partnership with AIChE HQ, is hosting its 3rd Regional Process Technology Conference, attracting hundreds of chemical engineers living in the Greater Houston and Gulf Coast region and providing them with both technical sessions and industry solutions in pr
This joint AIChE/SPE workshop will focus on the integrated relationship between flow assurance and facility design.
Highlights include NSF's Thomas Peterson presenting the International Year of Chemistry Plenary, a panel including leaders from Air Products, Dow, Boston University on chemical science innovation, and sessions on a wide range of subjects and latest research in chemical engineering.