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9th AIChE Southwest Process Technology Conference

October 12-13, 2017

The South Texas Section of the AIChE, in partnership with AIChE HQ, is hosting its Ninth Annual Southwest Regional Process Technology Conference at the Moody Gardens Hotel in Galveston, TX on October 12 & 13, 2017. 

Register by August 14th to receive the lowest prices. 

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Check out the sessions offered at this year's SPTC below:

Technical Program

PEAK Leakership Opportunity:

AIChE’s PEAK Leadership program is offering a face to face workshop at the STS session. To graduate from the PEAK leadership program, you will take a face to face workshop taught by a leading expert on leadership development and over the course of the next 12 months refresh key concepts by accessing a number of on line modules focused on aspects of leadership. The program, cost and application are explained at PEAK Leadership Central; each year AIChE offers a limited number of free registrations to the program to help develop leadership within the AIChE volunteer structure. If you would like to be considered for a free tuition, please email dianc@aiche.org with your request. 

Ways to Participate

If chemical engineers and particle technology experts are your target market, then join AIChE at the 9th AIChE Southwest Process Technology Conference in Galveston, TX as an event sponsor or exhibitor. Showcase your brand as you support the profession. Put your offering in front of decision makers and potential buyers. 

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Highlights

Thursday Conference Keynote

We are happy to announce that Robert W. Ivester, Ph.D, Deputy Director of the EERE Advanced Manufacturing Office at the U.S. Department of Energy, will be delivering our Thursday Keynote.

Friday Conference Keynote

We are delighted to announce that Lloyd Colegrove, Data Services Director, Fundamental Problem Solving Director, The Dow Chemical Company, will be delivering a talk titled, "Big Data Analytics Skills – A Revolution Lacking in Revolutionaries."