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Learn all about the new features that will help you walk away with new contacts and add to the fun and effectiveness of the virtual meeting next week.
Learn what's new at the Spring Meeting and GCPS, and get details on specialized topical conferences, featured speakers and events, and more.
Get an inside look at this year's AIChE Spring Meeting and GCPS, and learn about new topics and expanded networking opportunities.
Scientist and CEO Ilham Kadri will discuss leadership and how she has led her company to take on the challenges of sustainability and safety.
Understand how process safety management (PSM) fits into operational excellence (OE), and why PMS is so important in the process industries.
Curious what's in store at GCPS? Read on for details about what you can expect from the meeting April 18–23.
Learn what the AIChE Virtual Spring Meeting and 17th GCPS have in store for participants this April 18–23.
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.
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.
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.
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.
We look back at a year of achievements from women chemical engineers, and look ahead to opportunities to help women succeed in chemical engineering.
LyondellBasell CEO Bob Patel will open the AIChE Spring Meeting and 16th Global Congress on Process Safety in Houston.
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.
Karen McKee, president of ExxonMobil Chemical Company, shares insights and advice for young chemical engineers.
Inclusive communities benefit productivity and innovation, but building and maintaining an inclusive community takes real know-how. Learn more here.
A look at how DORIC is working to increase the inclusion of chemical engineers with disabilities and make their talents recognized.
Hydrogen fuel cell technology continues to advance and show great promise. Sunita Satyapal of the US DOE discusses advances with Nick Barilo of AIChE's Center for Hydrogen Safety.
Case histories presented at GCPS in New Orleans demonstrate the tragic consequences of safety failures in the chemical industry.
Asking for help has benefits beyond simply accomplishing the task at hand. Learning to accept help and delegate are important for success in work and life.
Will AI change your job outlook? A look at how AI could affect industry, business, and society, and thoughts on the technical challenges surrounding AI adoption.
Cari Parker of Eastman Chemical Company shares lessons from her own career and gives advice to young chemical engineers building their own careers.
Professor Venkatasubramanian has been involved in artificial intelligence (AI) since the 1980s and discusses with us its growth and future in chemical engineering.
On April 2, AIChE formally unveiled its new Center for Hydrogen Safety with a slate of sessions held at the 2019 AIChE Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety in New Orleans, LA.
Bruce Chinn, President of Chevron Chemicals, discusses highlights of his talk and shares his take on how diversity and inclusion fuel innovation.
Sharon Beshouri, President of Shell Global Solutions U.S. and Vice President for Shell’s Catalyst Technologies, discusses the transition to renewables and more.
Sharon Beshouri, President of Shell Global Solutions (U.S.), Inc., has received the American Institute of Chemical Engineers’ (AIChE) Government and Industry Leaders (AGILE) Award. She set the stage for the conference with her welcome keynote lecture entitled “Embracing Transitions Today: Assuring a Robust Future Tomorrow.”
The Young Professionals Social drew a large crowd in New Orleans during the first night of our 2019 Spring Meeting & GCPS.
YPC Programming Subcommittee Chair Kaytlin Henderson shares highlights of what YPs can expect in New Orleans.
Conference Chair Walter Postula fills us in on what to expect at the 2019 Spring Meeting & 15th Global Congress on Process Safety.
The AIChEvent App is now available for download through the App Store and Google Play by searching for "AIChE Events".
Symposia Co-Chair Jerry Forest fills us in on Process Plant Safety Symposium topics at this year's CCPS conference. #GCPS
Interested in stronger innovation? Look outward and and seek collaboration. This is just one of the many ideas that will be up for discussion at AIChE's Spring Meeting in New Orleans.
A quick preview of what's in store at the 2019 AIChE Annual Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety in New Orleans.
In this video, hear predictions about how digital technology will transform existing facilities and processes.
Among the least-considered attributes of people recovering from or adapting to a disability are the new skills they acquire in this process.
Solids handling and processing is very important in the chemical processing industries. Students learned the basics of this field at the World Congress on Particle Technology.
Look at how shale oil and gas will continue to affect and change the North American energy market, including changes in the role chemical engineers play in industry.
In 2017, Hurricane Harvey devastated the Gulf Coast in what many would call a 1,000-year flood event. Record rain accumulation and flooding caused billions of dollars in damage.
Attendees at the 2018 Spring Meeting and GCPS gained insight into the belief systems and learned stereotypes that influence their actions and decisions when interacting with other people.
Following his welcoming keynote for the 14th GCPS Welcome Plenary Session, Michael Graff discussed main themes of his talk "Process Safety for a Sustainable World."
Mark P. Vergnano, president and CEO of The Chemours Company, a U.S.-based global chemical firm, set the stage for AIChE’s 2018 Spring Meeting and Global Congress on Process Safety with the AGILE Award Keynote Address. Watch on Facebook.
The 2018 AIChE Spring Meeting & 14th Global Congress in Orlando began on Sunday, April 22nd with a joint opening reception. See pictures from the event.
Young Professionals gathered at Hawk's Landing Restaurant in Orlando to meet up with old friends and make new connections.
Mark Vergnano, president and CEO of the Chemours Company, will deliver a keynote address as this year's AGILE Award recipient.
Kathleen Kas tells us about topics covered at the 52nd Annual Loss Prevention Symposium (LPS) ranging from process safety to fire protection and lessons learned from incident investigations.
Symposia Chair Donald Connolley fills us in on CFA session topics at this year's CCPS conference. #GCPS
Thir conference aims to inform and spark discussions on the forefront of research in particle science and technology.
On Sunday, March 26th, the AIChE Foundation hosted its Corporate Council and Industry Leaders Forum to address the most pressing challenges facing the chemical engineering profession.
The AIChEvents Mobile App is an easy way to stay organized, stay on schedule and stay in-the-know. Everything you need to navigate meetings like a pro is at your finger tips.
Confronting or being confronted by a coworker, friend, relative, acquaintance, etc. about an issue or point of contention is undeniably difficult.
CEP Magazine's editor in chief Cindy Mascone sat down with Carol Williams following her keynote at the Women's Initiative Committee (WIC) Networking Luncheon.
The 2017 Spring Leadership Reception provided an opportunity to thank all AIChE volunteers and for President Bond Calloway to award the 2017 Shining Star award winners.
What is "Industry 4.0" and how will it affect the chemical industry's future? Dow's Billy Bardin sat down with Karen Fletcher, CEO of the RAPID Manufacturing Institute to discuss.
AIChE’s RAPID Manufacturing Institute officially launched on Monday, March 27, at the Spring Meeting and Global Congress in San Antonio.
DOE's Mark Johnson shares some success stories of smart manufacturing institutes and the critical role people play in that success. Watch his interview here.
Following her welcoming keynote for the Fuels and Petrochemicals Division, Claire Cagnolatti joined ChEnected for a short conversation.
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