Alper is being recognized for pioneering contributions in the fields of synthetic biology and metabolic engineering, and for profoundly impacting the field of industrial biotechnology.
Events & Conferences
LatinX in Chemical Engineering is finalizing programming for the 2023 AIChE Annual Meeting and warmly welcomes its varied members to join in and meet the rest of the family in Orlando this fall.
Ranga Godavarti is being recognized for for outstanding leadership of pharmaceutical development, including development of the COVID vaccine.
Harold is being recognized for the synthesis, analysis, and development of novel multifunctional reactors and catalysts for reduced emissions, intensified and safer operation, and higher desired product selectivity.
Curtis is being honored for pioneering work in particle technology as well as for international leadership in education, diversity, and inclusivity in the engineering profession.
Dr. Seider is being recognized for his pioneering contributions in chemical engineering research and education spanning six decades.
Four AIChE students went to Washington as WISE interns this year to learn how government officials and engineers can work together to bring about better public policies.
Organized by AIChE’s Society for Biological Engineering (SBE), the 8th International Conference on Accelerating Biopharmaceutical Development will be held September 6-8, 2023 in The Royal Sonesta Boston, Cambridge, MA.
The 2023 AIChE Annual Meeting and Annual Student Conference in Orlando will include enhanced security and inclusion measures. See updates in this letter from CEO & Executive Director Darlene Schuster.
Hear from AccBio Conference keynote speaker Raymond Deshaies about the future of biopharmaceutical development.
Hear from physician-scientist Ami Bhatt (Stanford) about the work in microbial genomics that she’ll be presenting this month in San Jose, CA.
This year’s ChemE Cube Competition finalists will compete on November 6 at the Annual Student Conference in Orlando, FL.
Hear from Kathryn Sheridan (Sustainability Consult) and Matt Lipscomb (DMC Biotechnologies) as they discuss biotechnology's impact, challenges, and opportunities.
Hear what's on the horizon in mammalian synthetic biology, and learn what you can expect from the upcoming conference.
Dr. Liao will receive the award at the Metabolic Engineering Conference taking place in Singapore organized by the International Metabolic Engineering Society (IMES).
Want to improve your communication and leadership skills? Get experience presenting your thesis and make new connections with other chemical engineers with the 3MT® Competition.
AIChE welcomes its first student chapter in France.
Get a closer look at specialty areas with these LinkedIn technical communities for relevant content, news, and networking in advanced manufacturing, safety, and bioengineering.
Learn about the latest trends in quantum computing and understand what companies can do to become "quantum ready."
Lear about the barriers and possible solutions to harnessing quantum computing power, and get a glimpse at what progress new advances could bring about for chemical and biochemical engineering.
See what's happening minute to minute, connect with others at the meeting, and share your experiences with us in Houston.
Check out these networking, career-building, and learning opportunities taking place next week in Houston as part of AIChE’s efforts towards equity, diversity, and inclusion in chemical engineering.
Learn what you can do as part of AIChE and at the upcoming Spring Meeting and GCPS in Houston to help women advance in chemical engineering.
Learn about some of this year’s PSMM highlights and about what else you can expect this month at the AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety in Houston.
Do you know a chemical engineering standout who's 35 or younger? Send us your nominations to recognize the best and brightest in chemical engineering's next generation.
Learn what's new in process safety, what's not to be missed at this year's event, and how you can make the most of the 2023 GCPS in Houston, Texas.
Learn about the themes, topics, sessions, and keynote speakers you can expect at the 2023 AIChE Spring Meeting and GCPS in Houston.
Be sure to sign up for this week's webinar if you're interested in joining this year's ChemE Cube Competition in Orlando this fall.
Act now to meet the approaching deadline for the 2023 Langer Prize as well as for the Institute and Board of Directors' Awards.
Hear what AIChE president Christine Grant has had on her list of goals, how those goals have become reality over the past year, and where things are headed for AIChE and chemical engineering.
More than 150 new and recently hired chemical engineering faculty members received a crash course in classroom techniques and profit from the mentorship of more-experienced faculty.
AIChE celebrated the contributions of Christophe Beck (Ecolab) and Michael K. Wirth (Chevron), and honored Paula T. Hammond (MIT) with the Doing a World of Good Medal.
The top trophy went to the University of Toledo team, with a winning distance of 30.4 cm. See all winners in the 2022 AIChE Chem-E-Car Competition.
Stay informed, see what others are doing, and share your thoughts and photos at the 2022 Annual Meeting and Annual Student Conference.
See the 2022 Chem-E-Car videos from the South Dakota School of Mines, Centro Universitário FEI and Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL).
In addition to regular programming, this year’s Annual Meeting and Annual Student Conference will feature events that showcase AIChE’s efforts towards equity, diversity, and inclusion, and the IDEAL Path.
The report looks at where chemical engineers are making advances, including energy and decarbonization, environmental sustainability, medicine, flexible manufacturing and the circular economy, materials, enabling tools, and education.
Savage is being recognized for innovation and leadership in advancing the fields of hydrothermal kinetics, catalysis, and reaction engineering for renewable energy and green chemistry applications.
L.-S. Fan is being honored for his multifaceted chemical engineering education contributions, which include outstanding teaching, superior textbooks, student and faculty mentoring, and outreach leadership to diverse groups, the general public, and K-12 students.
See the 2022 Chem-E-Car videos from University of Toronto, Auburn University, Guizhou Institute of Technology, and Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Bogota.
Learn about the fascinating field of optogenetics and what it can accomplish, and find out how researchers are using it today.
Check out the first of the 2022 Chem-E-Car Competition® videos, and stay tuned for more as we share videos from this year’s competitors.
Learn how Acelen has a close eye on process safety at every level of its operations, as it processes 300,000 barrels of oil each day at its Mataripe refinery.
Learn about how Vale would like to help apply CCPS Risk-based Process Safety (RSPS) to the mining, minerals, and metals industries, and hear how the company continues to learn from the process safety lessons of a major incident.
Gaps in process safety can affect not only individual businesses and the communities around them, but also entire industries. Learn about how Latin American companies are working together to face process safety challenges and minimize risk.
Hebrink is being honored for his technical leadership and for developing and supporting technology that has resulted in significant energy savings and increased sustainability.
Flaubert Matos Machado is the General Manager for Strategy and Center of Excellence in Safety, Environment and Health at Petrobras and a keynote speaker at the 9th CCPS Latin American Conference on Process Safety. I spoke with Flaubert about his and Petrobras’ involvement with the conference.
Witt is being recognized for expanded leadership in process technology innovation at Dow and at AIChE’s RAPID Manufacturing Institute through effective people-leadership and valuable technical contributions in reaction engineering and process optimization.
Barrangou looks back on CRISPR progress and ahead to what’s on the horizon for CRISPR and related technology. He also discusses the energizing effect of gathering scientists from diverse fields at the upcoming 5th International Conference on CRISPR Technologies.
This year’s AIChE WISE interns worked with Washington policymakers and researched energy and environmental issues, learning how chemical engineers can affect and contribute to public policy.
Want to know what’s happening in chemical engineering? Check out some of the upcoming highlights at this year’s AIChE Annual Meeting in Phoenix.
Last month, 50+ academic leaders from across the U.S. met in Baltimore to help speed progress towards a more equitable and diverse profession.
Learn about students’ experiences at this regional conference, see photos, and learn how you can get involved in the Annual Student Conference in Phoenix, AZ.
The 2022 edition of the Global HSE Conference convened May 16–19 in Muscat, Oman, where Kadri presented his address at the Youth Forum.
Want to try your hand at beer brewing, or show off existing skills? Create a team with other chemical engineers and show us what you can do at the AIChE Beer Brewing Competition this fall in Phoenix.
How do grad students hone their elevator speech? The Three Minute Thesis Competition! Join us to learn how to present your work effectively to any audience.
See photo highlights from San Antonio, where chemical engineers from 35 countries recently met in person for the 2022 Spring Meeting.
In addition to regular programming, this year’s Spring Meeting & GCPS will also feature events that showcase AIChE’s efforts towards equity, diversity, and inclusion and the IDEAL Path.
Check out course, keynote, and session highlights for this year’s Spring Meeting and GCPS in San Antonio, Texas.
Learn what you can expect this month from LPS in San Antonio, TX. There's still time to join us — register today!
Learn how Enablon is helping companies use predictive analytics and AI to help evaluate risk and improve risk management.
Hear from Katie Mulligan, a reactive chemicals expert at Dow and the PSMM Forum Chair, about what you can expect at the 18th GCPS and 11th PSMM.
Jensen Hughes’ Jérôme Taveau shares his top picks for not-to-be-missed sessions and other useful insights for this year’s in-person Global Congress on Process Safety in San Antonio.
Student teams and their 1-cubic-foot plant designs will battle it out this November in Phoenix. Learn more here and sign up before March 31 to join the competition.
Hear about the history of the Society for Biological Engineering from Gregory Stephanopoulos, SBE Founding Leader, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Kunjapur and his research group at the University of Delaware are designing innovative biomolecular technologies to address a variety of societal needs.
Participating in the local ChemE Jeopardy team has helped first-year chemical engineering students grow and thrive during the pandemic.
Brigham Young University’s Alexa Lowman-Tucker was awarded the John J. McKetta Undergraduate Scholarship at the 2021 Annual Student Conference.
Three AIChE members were honored for their efforts to bring about better understanding and awareness of diversity, inclusion, and equity issues among chemical engineers.
Hear from a principal scientist at Schrödinger about how modeling is changing product development, and also hear his take on the trends and influences shaping the future of food processing.
Dr. Yan is being recognized for sustained excellence and breakthrough contributions to electrochemical reaction engineering and electrocatalysis.
The top trophy went to the University of Toledo team, with a winning distance of 10 cm. See all winners in the 2021 AIChE Chem-E-Car Competition.
In Boston or simply joining us from home, school, or office? Stay connected with online updates, photos, and more through social media.
More Chem-E-Car competitors give us an inside look at their car, their team, and university — check out the latest videos.
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