Process Engineering Discussion Community Now Open

We launched a new discussion group for process engineers just last month and there are already some great discussions happening.  

If you haven't yet heard about it and want to see what the buzz is about, check out the Process Engineering Discussion Community on Engage.

If you are a process engineering professional, young professional, or graduate student interested in joining, click here to fill out the interest form


Many process engineers have already begun introducing themselves to the community. Life member Scott Love shares his hope for the community to become a home for process engineers who strive to become better at their jobs, share stories, and help others.

Monica Wilson discusses her storied career in process technology that has lead her all over the world.

Introduce yourself.

What is your favorite tool to use as a process engineer?

Okiemute Sankey wants to find out about your favorite tools. Most seem to appreciate their spreadsheets. 

Share your thoughts here.

Be the first to comment on the discussion topics below:

Mechanical Seal Leakings - PD Pumps

The Basic Responsibilities of a Process Engineer and Where to Draw the Line

Chartered Engineer vs. PE

Operating Asset Utilization -OAU for Batch Process

Process Engineering Safety: How Aware Are You?

Start a new discussion!

The Process Engineering Discussion Community is always looking for new members to post new questions, share insights, and encourage participation.

Post your question.


Tochi Igwe's picture

I just observed something, many vacancies that involve plant operation and maintenance such as plant manager, plant maintenance engineer, production manager, production Engineer, etc in many manufacturing companies always demand the services of mechanical or electrical Engineers in the roles instead of Chemical Engineers. Why is this change of trend? I was meant to understand through studies that Chemical Engineers play numerous roles in the manufacturing companies but in practice the reverse is the case. This forces me to want to know the functions of Chemical Engineers in the manufacturing companies after designing and probably involved in construction of plant. Thank you.