AIChE asks for your nominations for the Institute's highest honors, with special interest this year in nominees working in industry.
Events & Conferences
Jeffrey Sanders discusses areas of food engineering with potential for strong growth and talks about Schrödinger's role in advancing industry progress.
Ron and Karnel talk about their careers and experiences at Thermo Fisher, and discuss being involved in this year's AfroBiotech Conference.
Catch up on the most popular posts of the last two months, including recent award winners, P&ID tips, chemical engineering career advice, and more.
Read who won other prizes—including best poster, most consistent performance, the Golden Tire Award, and others—and check out the winning Chem-E-Car video.
Didn't catch the ceremony during the Annual Meeting? Watch it here, and hear from the recipients of each of these prestigious awards.
Calloway, a former President of AIChE, is being honored as a key driver of energy related initiatives within AIChE.
The award recognizes his contributions to chemical engineering research and education, and his leadership in advancing the transition to a low-carbon future and addressing climate change.
Share thoughts, pictures, questions and more by connecting with others at the Annual Meeting and ASC through Engage and social media.
For chemical engineering professionals and students, there are many opportunities to mingle and make new contacts at this year's Annual Meeting and ASC.
In keeping with this year's theme of increasing the diversity of chemical engineering, we have many events planned to provide the tools needed to help make the profession increasingly diverse in a variety of ways.
Schaffer is being recognized for implementing molecular and cellular engineering strategies to overcome challenges in the development of gene and cell therapies.
In this video, hear Bob Langer talk about his mentoring and collaboration with young researchers, and learn about the fascinating work of two Langer Prize recipients.
Annual Meeting Programming Chair Jennifer Sinclair Curtis of UC Davis shares what the plenary session Meet the Leaders: Engineering for Inclusion offers attendees.
Hall is being recognized for four decades of field-leading research accomplishments, as well as for her inspiring leadership in chemical engineering, and her tireless mentorship of colleagues.
Check out the schedule for LGBTQ+ & ally events at the 2020 Annual Meeting and 2020 Annual Student Conference.
This award recognizes early-career accomplishments and contributions to industrial practice by an individual working in industries served by chemical engineers.
Davide and Glenn share their thoughts about food engineering developments and discuss how Siemens is helping improve food production efficiency.
This award is named for one of the founders of modern chemical engineering and recognizes distinguished and continuing contributions to chemical engineering education.
The award recognizes Chen for advancing the frontiers of understanding and applications of carbide and bimetallic materials in catalysis and electrocatalysis.
This month, CSB safety video recommendations, shared stories about unexpected career turns, and thoughts on machine learning applications.
AIChE’s Award for Service to Society recognizes outstanding contributions by a chemical engineer to community service and to the solution of socially oriented problems.
This award recognizes outstanding chemical engineering contributions in the industrial practice of the profession through manufacturing, R&D, management, or business leadership practices.
This award is presented to individuals or teams exhibiting exceptional leadership in industries served by chemical engineers.
Get a quick preview of the diverse topical conferences taking place online at AIChE's first Virtual Annual Meeting November 16–20.
The award recognizes Nolen's leadership implementing a world-class energy management program recognized by DOE’s Better Plants and EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Programs.
Funds raised at this year's gala will help support underrepresented communities, with a special focus on nurturing the talents of minority students pursuing careers in engineering and the sciences.
Dr. Kotov is being recognized for his fundamental studies and practical implementations of self-assembly processes at the nanoscale.
With the arrival of the second K-12 STEM Showcase, a look back at last year's success, and a preview of what's to come this year in a virtual version.
Dr. Lai of KAUST (Saudi Arabia) is recognized for his pioneering contributions to the advancement of technology in the production, distribution, and application of industrial gases.
Dr. Jeong and co-recipient Dr. Lai are being recognized for pioneering contributions and sustained excellence in the field of metal-organic framework membranes for gas separations development.
Not caught up on the top chemical engineering news of the summer? Check out this summary of ChEnected's most popular posts from July and August.
This early-career award goes to Ryan Lively for his work creating novel, scalable materials for small molecule separations, and for the conceptual and experimental development of the organic solvent reverse osmosis separation modality.
Laura J. Dietsche, PhD, P.E., Senior Research Scientist at Dow in Midland, Michigan, will receive the award for contributions in the application of computational fluid dynamics to advance chemical manufacturing capabilities, equipment design, and materials development.
This month, discussions about networking groups for young chemical engineers, an inquiry on tips for organizing nationwide student events online, and more. Ask your questions and share your advice.
Learn how interdisciplinary connections fuel Belinda's work, and hear her take on how biomedical scientists can go beyond diagnostic tools, vaccines, and therapies to help deal with COVID-19.
Meet Ronke Olabisi of UC Irvine and learn how she left aerospace engineering to join the world of biomedical engineering, and hear what areas of study she finds most interesting.
Michael F. Doherty of the Univ. of California, Santa Barbara, has been named the John M. Prausnitz AIChE Institute Lecturer for 2020, which he will deliver online Nov. 18 at the 2020 AIChE Virtual Annual Meeting.
Attending? Then network and chat with other attendees through the Spring Meeting platform. Just want to follow along on social media? Use the hashtags #AIChESpring and #GCPS.
Learn how to make the most of the many online networking events planned for the 2020 AIChE Virtual Spring Meeting & Global Congress on Process Safety August 17–21.
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.
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.
A cross-disciplinary panel of experts representing industry, medical research, and government will offer perspectives on the response of the chemical process industries to the COVID-19 pandemic, Monday, August 17, from 1:30PM–2:30PM CT.
Learn about industry's evolving approach to emergency relief system design and about some of the areas that present the greatest opportunities for design improvement.
Get a sneak peek of the 22nd Process Plant Safety Symposium, which will be held virtually 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.
August 17, the AIChE's Virtual Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety launches online with top speakers, a flexible and interactive format, specialized topical conferences, and more.
Interested in space travel trends and challenges? Read Grant Anderson's take, and also learn what you can expect from the STAR Tech 2020 conference, which focuses on space travel technology and capability needs.
There's a lot to look forward to at this year's Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety, which will be held virtually August 17-21. Learn more here.
Current sustainability efforts often focus on a single issue, overlooking the effect on the larger system involved and thus undercutting the ability to achieve true sustainability. Learn about this and related issues that you can expect to learn more about at this year's ICOSSE.
This month, a special section on the cosmetics industry, plus safety incident prevention, a look at the race for a COVID-19 vaccine, and much more.
Get a preview of what you can expect from an AIChE virtual conference experience. Check out our tips to make the most of the experience, and share your ideas to shape future online events.
Hear about some of the most important trends in cosmetics and consumer products engineering, and get a preview of what John will discuss in his upcoming talk.
Hear about Weslee's past experience at Afrobiotech, what makes it special to him, and what you can expect when you attend.
South East Asian CCPS members gathered virtually to share experiences and best practices for facing COVID-19 in the workplace and to address the pandemic's challenges to process safety.
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.
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.
Hear Steve Henikoff's thoughts on the most important trends and greatest challenges in epigenetics and bioengineering.
Learn about the many ways we've adapted to continue providing the many services and resources you need to remain productive, whether you're an engineering professional, academic, or student.
Celebrate Earth Day 2020 with interviews and resources focused on chemical engineers' efforts to improve the environment.
We look back at a year of achievements from women chemical engineers, and look ahead to opportunities to help women succeed in chemical engineering.
Safe Zone Ally Training workshops are interactive, research-informed sessions that seek to foster a more inclusive environment for LGBTQ+ individuals in STEM.
LyondellBasell CEO Bob Patel will open the AIChE Spring Meeting and 16th Global Congress on Process Safety in Houston.
This brand new award will honor a scientist or engineer who has made a groundbreaking contribution to the field of metabolic engineering.
Houston's meeting has something for everyone (March 29–April 2), from specialized plant safety and international sessions to process safety mentoring and on-site courses.
The 2020 AIChE Student Regional Conference season kicked off with Brazil's first-ever student conference.
Hear from a chemical engineer who works as a patent lawyer, and learn how patents often serve as the foundation for tech startups.
Learn which specific skills are particularly useful for chemical engineers to develop, and hear about promising areas of innovation from each of the speakers.
De la Fuente's work devises new therapies for antibiotic resistance, infectious diseases, cancer, microbiome engineering, and more.
What will it take to make diets around the world healthy, sustainable, and equitable? And how can chemical engineers contribute to solutions?
Lessons on process safety: Learn from some of the symposium's top papers detailing safety incidents and solutions.
Teams competed in the third annual AIChE Beer Brewing Competition, with winners in multiple categories.
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