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Rocky Mountain Local Section

The Rocky Mountain Section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) provides monthly presentations and tours on topics related to Chemical Engineering for professionals in the Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, and South Dakota area. Enjoy the benefits of networking, learning more about the industry in the local areas, and supporting the profession by attending our monthly meetings generally planned for the third Tuesday of every month, September through November and January through May. 

Please join us at our upcoming local section meetings. We look forward to your participation! The tentative program dates and topics for the 2019-2020 program year are:

February 11 - Kaitlyn Bunker combined SWE-AIChE meeting in Denver Tech Center

March 10 - Doug Hambley presenting "Economic Analyses for Mineral Deposits Held by Publicly Traded Companies" in Lakewood

April 14 - Lindsay Breyer presenting "PSM and Pharmaceuticals" in Boulder

May 12 - Carolyn Koh presenting "Natural Gas Hydrates" in Lakewood

Join the Rocky Mountain section when renewing your national AIChE membership. While we recommend joining AIChE to enjoy all the benefits of membership in the national organization, you may join the Rocky Mountain AIChE Section only by clicking here.

Recent Events

Clean Energy Transitions Being Led in the Caribbean

Tuesday, February 11, 2020, 6:00pm-9:00pm MST
Posted by Laura Moes
TOPIC: Islands in the Sun: Clean Energy Transitions Being Led in the Caribbean DESCRIPTION: Rocky Mountain AIChE local section is partnering with the Society of Women Engineers to present a Dinner and Discover with Kaitlyn Bunker. SPEAKER: Kaitlyn Bunker, Ph. D., P.E. DATE: Tuesday, February 11...Read more

Magnetically Powered Microbots for Busting Blood Clots

Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 6:00pm-9:00pm MST
Posted by Laura Moes
TOPIC: Magnetically Powered Microbots for Busting Blood Clots DESCRIPTION: Dr. Keith Neeves presents on a method for ablating blood clots using magnetically-powered microbots. These bots consist of micrometer sized superparamagnetic beads that can be injected intravenously and then assembled in...Read more