Enjoy a series of 12 posts about who ChEs are, what we’re doing, and where we’re going. I’ll look at trends, consider the wide range of our abilities and achievements, and write about some of the core and new directions we are seeing.
AIChE salutes engineers who make life better. This is the 62nd celebration of engineering’s contributions and the 10th year of recognizing younger engineers. Meet this year’s New Faces in Engineering honoree, Esmeralda Luna-Ramos.
As a part of the 2013 AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety (April 28 – May 2 in San Antonio, Texas), Baker Engineering and Risk Consultants, Inc. (BakerRisk) will host a limited-space tour and shock tube test demonstration at its 160-acre Wilfred E. Baker Research Test Facility near San Antonio.
AIChE Meetings depend on the efforts of hundreds of volunteers. Recognize one of your AIChE technical programming colleagues by nominating him/her for either of the following 2013 AIChE Programming Committee Service Awards: The Herb Epstein Award for Technical Programming recognizes "meritorious...
The Executive Board of the Program Committee (EBPC) invites you to nominate a distinguished member of AIChE to present a comprehensive authoritative review of the chemical engineering science in his or her field of specialization.
The AIChE Government and Industry Leaders (AGILE) Award is a Board of Directors' award specifically for executives of organizations that employ Chemical Engineers to recognize significant contributions to the Chemical Engineering Profession...
This is Part 12 in the ChEnected series "We Are ChE: Entering a Golden Age". It is authored by Incoming 2013 AIChE president Phil Westmoreland. This series has been based on the five reasons that are shaping our entrance into a Golden Age of ChE.