St. Louis Local Section

This site provides information and resources for chemical engineers in the greater St. Louis area.  Please click on one of the sidebars to learn more.  If you need additional information, please send us a note at, and welcome to our website.  All of our events qualify you for an attendance prize (click for details).

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Upcoming Events

Ice Cream Specialties Tour

Thursday, March 16, 2017, 5:30pm CDT
Posted by Tom Blackwood
Ice Cream Specialties (ICS) operates plants in St. Louis, Missouri and Lafayette, Indiana. Under the Prairie Farms Dairy North Star label, they manufacture single serve and retail packs as well as various licensed brands, private label and contract manufacturing agreements. The St. Louis, Missouri...Read more

Process Simulation, Unit Ops and using CFD

Wednesday, April 12, 2017, 2:00pm CDT
Posted by Tom Blackwood
Our April meeting will feature a seminar on flowsheet simulation and various detailed design and operational options presented by Mike Mendez from 2 to 5 pm followed by an evening presentation on computational fluid dynamics systems by Jaydeep Kulkarni. Attendees will learn how to setup process...Read more

Recent Events

Trivia for Engineers

Wednesday, February 15, 2017, 6:00pm CST
Posted by Tom Blackwood
The St. Louis Section of AIChE is hosting another "Engineering Trivia Night" on Wednesday, February 15, at the Engineering Center of St. Louis (4359 Lindell Boulevard). We have all kinds of categories - some technical, others just "science/math fun"! Unlike most trivia nights, this trivia night is...Read more

Ronnoco Coffee Plant Tour

Wednesday, January 25, 2017, 5:00pm CST
Posted by Tom Blackwood
Ronnoco was started by J.P. and James J. O’Connor – two brothers who experienced an innovation that changed their lives at the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis – imported coffee beans roasted over a gas flame. The distinct flavor and aroma inspired the creation of the Ronnoco Coffee Company. With a...Read more

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