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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.
Sharing next-generation manufacturing knowledge and experiences among different chemical process industries has the potential to unlock advances for many.
The process industry is undergoing a digital transformation, and the right advice and insights can help you find the best path to transforming your operation.
This issue, the 2019 AIChE salary survey for chemical engineering, along with articles on smart manufacturing, cybersecurity, cooling tower design, and much more.
A conversation with editor-in-chief Matthew Realff looks at the role of chemical engineers in advanced manufacturing and processing, and at the expansion of this exciting area.
When it comes to engineering the future's best process security, a look to the past can provide important solutions.
Nicholas Burtch of Sandia National Laboratories shares his predictions for chemical engineering's next 25 years. He focuses on innovation driven by additive manufacturing technologies and novel materials for energy-efficient chemical separations.
In a recent National Defense Industry Association (NDIA) meeting on advanced manufacturing, data was characterized as “the new ‘oil,’ we need to figure out how to refine it.” On the future of
Professor Bilgili shares an insider's view into his role as a process engineer developing blockbuster drugs and how he later transitioned to academia.
Manufacturing is being transformed, and chemical engineers are well-positioned to help lead the way.
Want to know more about process engineering? Hear about this process engineer's career and profit from his insights on finding success in industry.
3M's Cristina Thomas will deliver the keynote address at this year's PDS: "3M Science: Combining 46 Core Technologies to Improve Daily Life."
A Texas A&M graduate and newly retired engineer, Gayle discusses working in various areas at DuPont, including engineering design, plant improvement, and manufacturing as well as her experiences as an LGBTQ professional.
Monica Wilson discusses what led her to the career choice of process engineer and talks about her work at Union Carbide and AkzoNobel.
Welcome to the third in a series of AIChE blog posts profiling process engineers, a diverse group of professionals spanning multiple industries and regions.
This issue delves into process intensification, modularization in chemical processing, and takes a look at characterizing adsorbents for gas separations—plus much more.
The Manufacturing USA initiative is creating exceptional opportunities in a wide range of manufacturing, and AIChE's RAPID is playing an important role.
Welcome to the first in a series of AIChE blog posts profiling process engineers, a diverse group of professionals spanning multiple industries and regions.
Today at the Capitol Visitors Center (CVC 217) from12:00-1:30PM, ASME & AIChE will hold a congressional briefing entitled Strengthening Manufacturing's Heartland (Through Innovation, Standa
Hear why chemical engineers need to get involved in tissue engineering and learn about some of the key insights for bioengineers.
The RAPID Manufacturing Institute is announcing the first step in a call for research and development program proposals in the areas of process intensification and modular chemical processing that
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.
AIChE’s RAPID Manufacturing Institute officially launched on Monday, March 27, at the Spring Meeting and Global Congress in San Antonio.
Karen Fletcher, CEO of AIChE's RAPID Institute, which focuses on modular chemical process intensification, spoke yesterday at the Manufacturing USA Stakeholder Event at the White House.
RAPID CEO Karen Fletcher sits down with Anne Gaffney of the Idaho National Lab, David Scholl of Georgia Tech, and Bill Bardin of Dow to discuss the first topical conference on process intensification.