Learn about the career of this process engineer who currently works as Deputy General Manager in the Process Design and Development Division of Engineers India Limited, New Delhi.
Process Design & Development
Adrián is a Peruvian process engineer working for the Cobra. Learn about his day-to-day responsibilities, how he entered the field, and more.
This issue, take a look at reducing area electrical classification through upgraded ventilation, get the information you need for pressure-relief system design, get tips for managing ammonia in wastewater, and much more.
Meet Intel's Dr. Jill S. Craven and learn about how she chose process engineering as a field and what she likes most about her work.
Learn how M-Star CFD's simulations help clients with complex flow and mixing challenges, and get a preview of their talk at the all-virtual Process Development Symposium.
Hear what areas of process development have the most growth potential, and get a preview of what you can expect from the all-virtual Process Development Symposium in June.
Problem have you stumped and not sure how to proceed? Try this approach to systematically find a solution to even complex problems.
Meet this environmental process design engineer and hear about his path to the profession, plus learn what he ranks among the top career challenges for process engineers.
Read about the varied career adventures of this process engineer who now teaches at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX.
Learn how Veronique came to chemical engineering and process engineering, and hear about the joys and challenges of her work.
Guillermo works for Venezuela's PDVSA as a utilities process engineer. Learn about his job and how he sees his role in the company's success.
Learn about the jobs and varied work experiences that have allowed Christopher to develop skills and advance in his career as a process engineer.
Hear from James about promising career paths in cell-free systems, and get a preview of his upcoming talk at the Cell Free Systems Conference.
The process industry is undergoing a digital transformation, and the right advice and insights can help you find the best path to transforming your operation.
Have good advice to share? Want to see what other chemical engineers and chemical engineering students are up to? Check out the latest discussions.
Hear from conference co-chair Piet Huizenga about what you can expect from the very first Process Development Symposium Europe.
Learn what's in store for participants at the very first Process Development Symposium Europe taking place in Frankfurt this September.
Hear from chemical engineer Joseph Powell, Shell's Chief Scientist, about the growth of process development and the technology that will bring more change to the field.
Welcome to the latest in a series of AIChE blog posts profiling process engineers, a diverse group of professionals spanning multiple industries and regions.
Dow's R&D Director for Industrial Solutions shares a preview of the upcoming 2019 Process Development Symposium, where he will deliver the keynote address.
Learn about the work Shahzeb does as a process engineer, and hear what he has to stay about his greatest responsibilities and challenges on the job.
In this month's issue, a look at managing severe weather and flood risks (open access article), tips for optimizing industrial fermenters, bioprocessing safety, and much more.
Learn about Marc's work overseas, some of the challenges he currently faces working in Kazakhstan, and how he got into process engineering.
Learn about the career path that led Sundara to Fluor Corporation and about the challenges and rewards of his career as a process engineer.
We launched a new discussion group for process engineers just last month and there are already some great discussions happening.
Hear from Brent about his work as a senior process engineer at Dow and about his career path and choices.
This month CEP looks at pharmaceutical manufacturing trends in addition to articles on electric heat tracing systems, process intensification, distillation tower inspections, and much more.
Jacob Albrecht discusses the challenging but enjoyable road to manufacturing new medicines, and the creative aspects of process engineering.
In this video, hear predictions about how digital technology will transform existing facilities and processes.
During AIChE’s centennial year of 2008, AIChE interviewed Dr. Gani about his vision for the future of chemical engineering.
Professor Bilgili shares an insider's view into his role as a process engineer developing blockbuster drugs and how he later transitioned to academia.
3M's Cristina Thomas will deliver the keynote address at this year's PDS: "3M Science: Combining 46 Core Technologies to Improve Daily Life."
Hoda Mehrpouyan of Boise State University discusses cybersecurity from the point of view of chemical engineers.
Monica Wilson discusses what led her to the career choice of process engineer and talks about her work at Union Carbide and AkzoNobel.
Welcome to the third in a series of AIChE blog posts profiling process engineers, a diverse group of professionals spanning multiple industries and regions.
Welcome to the second in a series of AIChE blog posts profiling process engineers, a diverse group of professionals spanning multiple industries and regions.
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Welcome to the first in a series of AIChE blog posts profiling process engineers, a diverse group of professionals spanning multiple industries and regions.
2017 Prausnitz Institute Lecturer Rex Reklaitis speaks with long-time Purdue colleague Dr. Rakesh Agrawal.
Hear from conference chair Ian Glasgow about why you should attend this year's SW Process Technology Conference.
This month, a focus on safety and applying human factors considerations to improve alarm systems. Also, a look at computational methods, and much more.
The RAPID Manufacturing Institute is announcing the first step in a call for research and development program proposals in the areas of process intensification and modular chemical processing that
Understand the pros & cons of modular design, learn to optimize compressed air systems, reduce produce contamination, and more.
Following her welcoming keynote for the Fuels and Petrochemicals Division, Claire Cagnolatti joined ChEnected for a short conversation.
A chat with Juben Chheda, programming co-chair for the Process Development Division at #AIChE Spring & #GCPS.
The Saudi Local Section YPs organized a technical workshop on the topic of “Plant Design: Optimization and Feasibility Studies Utilizing AspenTech Software” on January 18, 2017.
Without the existence of carbon pricing, any company bold enough to develop carbon sequestration technology has to find a creative business model as a workaround.
One of the very latest screencasts from LearnChemE discusses the PID family of controllers, what they do, and how they work. The tutorial covers P-only, I-only, PI, D-only and PID.
The Saudi YPC organized a technical workshop on the topic of economic assessments for process engineers on November 15, 2016.
This month's cover feature focuses on investigating process incidents as a means of preventing future incidents.
Wondering when cascade control is best used? Learn about its advantages and understand when cascade control presents disadvantages.
This month, the CEP cover story takes a look at the advantages of fixed valves, while Back to Basics column gives smart tips for a successful energy assessment.
If you've ever confused a compressor for a turbine or expander while creating or reading a process flow diagram, then this post is for you.
Months of chaos, fear, and the smell of rotten eggs came to an end at Porter Ranch in Los Angeles on Thursday, once crews digging a relief well finally pierced the deep, underground casing of the d
Confused about the differences between block flow diagrams (BFDs), process flow diagrams (PFDs), and piping and instrumentation diagrams (PIDs)? Then this tutorial is for you.
This short video tutorial shows how the Runge-Kutta method is used to solve ordinary differential equations.