Evan Flach manages the sales team for AIChE. He works with companies to connect them with different AIChE programs around conferences, education, advertising, recruitment and physical properties. Evan has a B.S. degree in Biological Engineering and a B.S. degree in Integrated Business and Engineering from Lehigh University.
Learn how COVID-19 is affecting the development of process safety management, and hear thoughts on changes to come over the next five years.
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.
Learn how M-Star CFD's simulations help clients with complex flow and mixing challenges, and get a preview of their talk at the all-virtual Process Development Symposium.
Hear what areas of process development have the most growth potential, and get a preview of what you can expect from the all-virtual Process Development Symposium in June.
Professors who are AIChE members can apply to use AIChE Academy courses and webinars as a supplement to their online teaching.
Hear from chemical engineer Joseph Powell, Shell's Chief Scientist, about the growth of process development and the technology that will bring more change to the field.
CPFD's vice president of operations discusses recent advances in fluidization as well as how the company is helping industry solve fluidization challenges.
Learn how safety practices are evolving for chemical process and refining companies and the role that management of change and pre-startup safety review play.
Dr. Sang Yup Lee discusses the evolution of chemical engineering and the role of scientific journals in advancing science and engineering.
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.
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.
ChEnected sat down with Evelyn Eggenstein, Arbors Biosciences, prior to this year's Synthetic Biology conference (SEED).