Each year, chemical engineers from a designated company devise and judge a student contest problem that typifies a real, working, chemical engineering design situation. The problem's solution requires a wide range of skills in calculation and evaluation of both technical data and economic factors.
For individual entries, 1st Prize (The A. McLaren White Award)--$500; 2nd Prize (The A.E. Marshall Award)--$300; 3rd Prize (The Omega Chi Epsilon Award)--$200.
|Deadline||June 15, 2018|
|Presentation||Awards are presented at the AIChE Annual Student Conference.|
|Nomination Instructions|| |
Competition statements were distributed online to student chapter advisors and department heads in October. Late requests for problem statements should be made to email@example.com. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an entry form, which must be included with submission.
For information aboiut the Team competition, click here.
|Sponsors||Omega Chi Epsilon|