The American Institute of Chemical Engineers is working with other industry organizations to produce a solutions-focused conference program for the 2011 Chem Show taking place in New York Nov. 1-3.
The multifaceted, two-and-a-half-day conference program from AICHE will feature new offerings on cutting-edge developments. The program is expected to include content from the Texas A&M Pump Symposium, as well as the continued involvement of the Valve Manufacturers Association and nanotechnology sessions from the Innovative Research and Products.
AICHE will develop a variety of sessions that will address critical industry topics, such as energy and sustainability, as well as chemical engineering fundamentals, including mixing and separations.
The VMA will present the latest information on valves and actuators in a format similar to the one used during the successful 2009 Chem Show. Innovative Research and Products will work closely with AICHE to keep processing professionals informed and updated on the latest advances in nanotechnology and how they relate to the processing industries.
For more information, visit http://www.aiche.org.