Kelsey Kettelhut Engineering SpecialistAIChEKelsey Kettelhut is currently an Engineering Specialist with the Program Development Department at AIChE. She is the conference lead for the Annual Meeting, and also helps with the planning and implementation of the Spring Meeting and various other conferences that AIChE sponsors each year, including the Offshore Technology Conference and Process Development Symposium. Kelsey recieved her B.S. in Chemistry and Women's and Gender Studies at Beloit College in Beloit, WI. Connect on AIChE Engage ChEnected contributions Download AIChEvents App for Latest Annual Meeting Updates Oct 29, 2019 . by Kelsey Kettelhut Tips and new features will make meeting new contacts and finding the right events for you easier than ever at the Annual Meeting in Orlando. Nima Yazdanpanah on Next-Gen Manufacturing Oct 21, 2019 . by Kelsey Kettelhut Sharing next-generation manufacturing knowledge and experiences among different chemical process industries has the potential to unlock advances for many. 2019 Annual Meeting Preview Oct 23, 2019 . by Kelsey Kettelhut Get organized for this year's Annual Meeting with these useful links and planning tools. 6/10 in the series 2019 Spring Meeting & GCPS Interview Series Cari Parker Shares Her Career Story and Gives Advice Apr 17, 2019 . by Kelsey Kettelhut Cari Parker of Eastman Chemical Company shares lessons from her own career and gives advice to young chemical engineers building their own careers. 12/12 in the series 2018 Annual Meeting and Student Conference Interview Series Klavs Jensen on Accelerating Development and Intensification of Chemical Processes Dec 4, 2018 . by Kelsey Kettelhut Klavs Jensen of MIT discusses some of the major points of the John M. Prausnitz AIChE Lecture he delivered in Pittsburgh. 6/12 in the series 2018 Annual Meeting and Student Conference Interview Series TJ Wojnar and Kamel Ben-Naceur on the Future of Energy in the Region, Nation, and World Nov 7, 2018 . by Kelsey Kettelhut Watch a discussion on the future of energy. 9/12 in the series 2018 Annual Meeting and Student Conference Interview Series Designing Difficult-to-Cyberattack Process Control Systems Nov 8, 2018 . by Kelsey Kettelhut Chemical plants are possible targets for cybersecurity, but well-designed control systems that look beyond computer technology are a strong defense. 2/12 in the series 2018 Annual Meeting and Student Conference Interview Series Predictions for "Industry 4.0" with Dow's Leo Chiang and MIT's Richard Braatz Oct 31, 2018 . by Kelsey Kettelhut In this video, hear predictions about how digital technology will transform existing facilities and processes. Download AIChEvents App for Latest Annual Meeting Updates Oct 15, 2018 . by Kelsey Kettelhut The AIChEvent App is now available for download through the App Store and Google Play by searching for "AIChE Events". Symposium Chair Invites you to WIC 20th Anniversary: Celebrating Women in Chemical Engineering Oct 19, 2018 . by Kelsey Kettelhut Julianne Holloway shares a preview of WIC's 20th Anniversary Symposium, which celebrates women in chemical engineering through invited female speakers with diverse backgrounds. Session Chair Invites You to "The Future of Energy in the Region, Nation, and World" Oct 5, 2018 . by Kelsey Kettelhut Learn more about this 2018 Annual Meeting session that features leading minds and their insights on the future of energy. 2018 Annual Meeting Preview & Links Oct 3, 2018 . by Kelsey Kettelhut Check out a sneak peek of the Annual Meeting, including useful links. Not registered? There's still time! Session Chair Invites You to "What the Heck Happened? Past, Present & Future Disruptions to the Chemical/Fuels Business" Sep 21, 2018 . by Kelsey Kettelhut Cliff Kowall shares insights about how today's responses to industry disruptions can be richly informed by experiences of similar events in the past. Keynote Speaker Invites You to 2018 Process Development Symposium (PDS) May 23, 2018 . by Kelsey Kettelhut 3M's Cristina Thomas will deliver the keynote address at this year's PDS: "3M Science: Combining 46 Core Technologies to Improve Daily Life."