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.
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.
We look back at a year of achievements from women chemical engineers, and look ahead to opportunities to help women succeed in chemical engineering.
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.
Teams competed in the third annual AIChE Beer Brewing Competition, with winners in multiple categories.
Michael Graham of the Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison outlines some of the fluid mechanics research he presented in the Schowalter Lecture.
Karen is the Alexander and I. Michael Kasser Professor of Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Hear from the 2019 James E. Bailey Award winner about his research that seeks to understand the systems biology of metabolism.
Interested in a career that focuses on entrepreneurial businesses? Hear tips for students and young chemical engineers that will fuel your success.
Know an exceptional young chemical engineer? Consider nominating them for the AIChE 35 Under 35 Award.
Meet this physicist and mathematician turned chemical engineer, and learn what drove him to pursue chemical engineering.
Hear from UC Berkeley's Dr. Douglas S. Clark about his work which aims to teach old enzymes new tricks.
Victoria Muir is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Pennsylvania and joined us at the Annual Meeting in Orlando to discuss her career thus far.
Have good advice to share? Want to see what other chemical engineers and chemical engineering students are up to? Check out the latest discussions.
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.
Follow 2019 AIChE Annual Meeting and Annual Student Conference highlights, whether you're joining us in Orlando or just want to keep up on the latest.
Join LGBTQ+ chemical engineers and their allies for social and networking events in Orlando as well as for workshops and panels to promote inclusion, awareness, and diversity.
Attending #AIChEASC? Get a quick rundown of highlights, plus practical information about hotels, top events, and even Orlando attractions and restaurants.
Help define the direction of chemical engineering research priorities, education, and practice at the 2019 Annual Meeting in Orlando.
Graham presents his lecture, "Flowing Complex Fluids, from Blood to the Buffer Layer,” at the 2019 AIChE Annual Meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 13.
The inaugural William R. Schowalter Lecture will be presented on Nov. 13 at the 2019 AIChE Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL.
MIT's Karen K. Gleason will present the John M. Prausnitz AIChE Institute Lecture for 2019 in Orlando.
The AIChE Beer Brewing Competition is not only fun, but it has also proven a good way to energize local sections. It's also a way to help improve the next craft brew.
The inaugural award ceremony, which will recognize a recent chemical engineering graduate, will take place at the 2019 AIChE Annual Meeting.
AIChE and the AIChE Foundation unveil a fellowship program to assist researchers in pursuing innovative technical work with the potential to make valuable contributions to society.
The new AIChE competition will launch at the AIChE Annual Meeting and highlight the best chemical engineering and STEM presentations and demonstrations for K-12 students.
Hear how the AIChE staff team put little brewing experience but much enthusiasm to work in this year's beer brewing competition.
Winners of the first-ever AIChE Scavenger Hunt went home happy after the Annual Meeting and Annual Student Conference with great prizes in hand. See winners and prizes here.
Klavs Jensen of MIT discusses some of the major points of the John M. Prausnitz AIChE Lecture he delivered in Pittsburgh.
The LGBTQ+ & Allies workshop, panel, and reception at the 2018 AIChE Annual Meeting provided an opportunity for chemical engineers to learn how to be an ally and why it is important.
Watch 2015 WISE intern Jami Summey-Rice interview the 2018 WISE interns about their projects and experiences.
An ever-changing chemical industry presents challenges for both new and established chemical engineers. Hear thoughts about keeping up with the pace of change.
Orlin Velev of NCSU discusses the work he's presenting in the 2018 Andreas Acrivos Award for Professional Progress in Chemical Engineering Lecture with Chris Jones of Georgia Tech.
We sat down in Pittsburgh with John Aunins to learn about his work and career in biopharma, and hear some of his advice to young chemical engineers building a career.
Chemical engineers poured in to Pittsburgh, with 5,300+ attendees expected. See photos of the opening night reception.
Dow Chemical CEO Jim Fitterling will participate as a panelist in AIChE's 2018 LGBTQ+ & Allies Inclusion in Engineering Workshop & Panel Tuesday, October 30 at the 2018 AIChE Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA. The panel will discuss how to best attract, engage and include LGBTQ+ engineers into your workplace, department or classroom. Learn more.
Get the inside scoop from a Pittsburgh native about visiting and enjoying the city during the AIChE Annual Meeting and Annual Student Conference.
As part of our celebration of AIChE's 110th year, Andrew Karas of the University of Michigan shares his predictions for chemical engineering's next 25 years.
Julianne Holloway shares a preview of WIC's 20th Anniversary Symposium, which celebrates women in chemical engineering through invited female speakers with diverse backgrounds.
As part of our celebration of AIChE's 110th year, Jan Lerou of Jan Lerou Consulting, LLC, and Washington University shares his predictions for chemical engineering's next 25 years.
Stanford University's Curt Fischer revisits his thoughts from 2008 on chemical engineering's evolution and future.
The AIChEvent App is now available for download through the App Store and Google Play by searching for "AIChE Events".
As part of our celebration of AIChE's 110th year, Marc Birtwistle of Clemson University shares his predictions for chemical engineering's next 25 years.
An interview with Julianne Holloway, organizer of the "Celebrating Women in Chemical Engineering" symposium.
As part of our celebration of AIChE's 110th year, Jan Talbot of the University of California, San Diego, shares her predictions for chemical engineering's next 25 years.
ExxonMobil's Vijay Swarup shares his thoughts on chemical engineering's evolution and future, with an eye on energy needs.
The symposium takes a look at the role women chemical engineers have played in the field's development and at how they will continue to help build its future.
Dr. Sang Yup Lee discusses the evolution of chemical engineering and the role of scientific journals in advancing science and engineering.
As part of our celebration of AIChE's 110th year, David Mackanic of Stanford University shares his predictions for chemical engineering's next 25 years.
Learn more about this 2018 Annual Meeting session that features leading minds and their insights on the future of energy.
On Tuesday, October 30 at the 2018 AIChE Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, the LGBTQ+ Inclusion in Engineering session will feature a presentation and a panel on how to best attract, engage and include LGBTQ+ engineers.
As part of our celebration of AIChE's 110th year, Velencia Witherspoon of the National Institute of Standards and Technology shares her predictions for chemical engineering's next 25 years.
Check out a sneak peek of the Annual Meeting, including useful links. Not registered? There's still time!
From the perspective of his specialty in the computational study of materials, Josh takes us through his vision of chemical engineering's future.
As part of our celebration of AIChE's 110th year, Jinghai Li, president of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, shares his predictions for chemical engineering's next 25 years.
AIChE and its Society for Biological Engineering (SBE) are honoring two of bioengineering’s top researchers.
The August 2018 issue of the AIChE Journal is the inaugural "Futures" issue. This issue explores the latest developments in chemical engineering research and invited early career researchers to contribute their pioneering works.
Cliff Kowall shares insights about how today's responses to industry disruptions can be richly informed by experiences of similar events in the past.
As part of our celebration of AIChE's 110th year, Mike Howard of the University of Texas at Austin shares his predictions for chemical engineering's next 25 years.
Bob Langer of MIT shares his predictions on where he sees the profession of chemical engineering heading over the next 25 years.
As part of our celebration of AIChE's 110th year, Vicky Lange, a postdoctoral research associate at University College London, shares her predictions for chemical engineering's next 25 years.
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