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. Rocky Mountain AIChE is one of the largest geographical areas in AIChE, and like the vastness of the interior west itself, encompasses a broad scope of industries including energy (traditional and alternative), biotech, microelectronic, and environmental. Enjoy the benefits of networking, learning more about the industry in the local areas, and supporting the profession by attending our monthly meetings.
The Rocky Mountain Section generally meets the third Tuesday of every month, September through November and January through May at various locations throughout our area. Our volunteer officers plan our monthly presenters to cover relevant and current issues in the engineering field. You may also listen to the monthly meetings via online Webinar access.
The objectives of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) and, therefore, the Rocy Mountain Section are
- To advance chemical engineering in theory and practice
- To maintain a high professional standard among its members
- To serve society, particularly where chemical engineering can contribute to the public interest.