Events 2012

Event: SACEC
Date: 16 September 2012
Ends: 19 September 2012
Location: South Africa
Description: This is the most prestigious conferencing opportunity in South Africa aimed specifically at chemical engineers and related professions.
Date: 16 October 2012
Location: Webinar
Description: A one-hour, free-of-charge online presentation organised by the Food & Drink Special Interest Group, describing food processing in New Zealand, and how researchers are tackling challenges in different sectors of the industry. With contributions from David Platts (PDV Consultants), Dr David Pearce (Fonterra), Professor Mohammed Farid (University of Auckland) and Dr Zaid Saleh (Plant and Food Research). Members of the Food & Drink Special Interest Group can replay a recording of this webinar free of charge, and view the slides. Visit the Resources area and log in with your membership number and PIN / password to access the webinar archive.
Date: 18 October 2012
Location: Webinar
Description: A 30 minute online presentation arranged by IChemE's Process Management & Control Special Interest Group and delivered by David Hillyer, Eli Lilly and Co. Ltd.
Date: 07 November 2012
Location: Webinar
Description: A 40 minute online presentation arranged by IChemE's Process Management & Control Special Interest Group and delivered by Howard Boder, Honeywell Process Solutions.
Recording now available.
Date: 15 November 2012
Location: Webinar
Description: John Drabble will be presenting the first in a series of Environment SIG webinars on “Air Quality” on the topic of “A History of Air Pollution and Health in the UK”
Date: 28 November 2012
Location: Webinar
Description: A 40 minute online presentation arranged by IChemE's Process Management & Control Special Interest Group and delivered by Andrew Taylor, Apex Optimisation and Brent Young, Professor of Food & Process Systems Engineering, University of Auckland.

This webinar attempts to explore some of the non-technical issues associated with the industrial automation context which may be barriers to the ideal outcome. The objective is to seed some thought provoking ideas and promote better collaboration within the industry sectors.
Date: 04 December 2012
Location: Online
Description: This webinar is designed to help people interested in promoting sustainability in their work. The methodology is useful where choices must be made between options; also where targets must be set and progress monitored, for example in process selection or plant operation. Participants will gain an understanding of the role of sustainability metrics, and of the benefits of this type of holistic analysis.

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