If you're outside the US, this year is a great opportunity to join us at the AIChE Virtual Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety on August 17–21.
Catch up on the most-read articles and most-discussed topics with this summary of top trends at AIChE for the past 2 months.
HMC Polymers, a CCPS corporate member, hosted a virtual process safety session for its leadership team from the company's plant in Map Ta Phut, Thailand.
Founded by the AIChE student chapter at the National Autonomous University of Honduras, this project raises relief funds for poor Honduran families affected by COVID-19 hardships.
Check out the top content for the past two months, including how chemical engineers are responding to COVID-19, advances in renewable energy storage, and much more.
See what we're up to at AIChE and connect with other chemical engineering students around the world through Instagram. Got a story or picture to share? Send it our way.
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The 2020 AIChE Student Regional Conference season kicked off with Brazil's first-ever student conference.
Asia is an increasingly important center of biotech research and development, with multiple hubs of activity across the continent.
Up on the latest happenings and events? Catch up on conference highlights, top Engage discussions, most popular content, and more.
Get great advice on implementing ISO 50001, check out the special section on industrial biotechnology, delve into Canada's chemical industry, and much more.
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Water purification using cactus? Hear how these chemical engineering students took advantage of a local and renewable resource to help improve lives in a community.
Hear from last year's winners of ACE4G and learn about their water sterilization system for a community in Uganda.
Organizers and participants in the first AIChE Student Regional Conference in the Middle East share their experiences.
Hear about the thriving AIChE Sister Chapter partnership between Brazil's Centro Universitário SENAI CIMATEC and the US's Texas Tech University.
This month, a look at chemical engineering in the food industry, along with tips for industrial insulation, dealing with vapor-phase idealities in chemical process simulations, and more.
On March 6 and 7, the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS) held the Technical Steering Committee’s Europe Regional Meeting in Leverkusen, Germany.
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.
A look at how far process safety in Latin America has come in 10 years, and thoughts on its expanding role in industry.
Perspectives on Latin American process safety from the conference chair of the Latin American Conference on Process Safety, which takes place in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on September 11-13, 2018.
AIChE and the AIChE Saudi Arabia Local Section (SAS) have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate and partner on common goals that strengthen chemical engineering knowledge and support societal needs in the Middle East.
Learn how to optimize pilot plant testing for liquid-liquid extractions, analyze the performance of pump networks, get an update on the chemical industry in Hungary, and much more.
This month, methods for order-of-magnitude cost estimation for shale-gas, optimized heat transfer of viscous fluids, the chemical industry in the Philippines, and more.
Chemical engineers' response to the addiction epidemic, cogeneration operation basics, an overview of Colombia's chemical industry, and more.
Hear from student travel grant winners from Cairo University, Egypt; Koç University, Turkey; Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Bogotá, Colombia; and Tianjin University, China.
In this interview hear from student travel grant winners from Vellore Institute of Technology, India, and Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Malaysia.
The US entered WWI 100 years ago. We look back to see how chemical engineers and others helped rebuild a center of European engineering education.
This month, CEP looks at compressors for ethylene plants, data science for chemical engineers, risk-based calibration, and much more.
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.
In this interview hear from student travel grant winners from Dawood University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi, Pakistan; Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia; Nazarbayev University, Kazakhstan; and National Autonomous University of Hondoras, Honduras.
In this interview hear from student travel grant winners from Xiangtan University, China; Universidad Nacional de Colombia-Sede Bogotá, Colombia; and Universiti Teknologi Petronas, Malaysia.
It's amazing how quickly the falling price of solar and wind power has shifted the global energy consensus.
Last April Apple announced that all of its US facilities, and 87 percent of its worldwide operations, were completely powered by renewable energy, which showed that Apple was finally getting seriou
This month, CEP's main feature looks at a systems approach to environmental management and sustainability. You'll also find in this issue a look at Israel's chemicals industry, and tips and insights into becoming an independent consultant, plus much more.
One of the world's great remaining mysteries is the actual size of Saudi Arabia's oil reserves. But whatever the answer — what is non-peak, Alex?
More than 150 prominent companies attended the third Middle East Process Engineering Conference and Exhibition (MEPEC 2015). The conference took place in Bahrain on 15-17 September, 2015. Ms.
In this issue, get tips for selecting sensors for your plant's safety instrumented system (SIS), a guide to mixing, some of the latest development in biological engineering, and much more.