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IChemE advances chemical engineering's contribution worldwide for the benefit of society. We support the development of chemical engineering professionals and provide connections to a powerful network of over 35,000 members in more than 100 countries.
We support our members in applying their expertise and experience to make an influential contribution to solving major global challenges. If you're a chemical engineer, student or experienced leader, and want to be part of our vibrant community, join us today.
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Chemical engineering excellence recognised through IChemE medals
Energy experts and dedicated volunteers are among the 26 chemical engineers being recognised by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) for outstanding contributions to the profession in industry and academia.
IChemE calls for nominations for Trustee and Congress roles
Members of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) are being invited to put themselves forward for available positions on the Board of Trustees and Congress today (3 February).
University of Melbourne chemical engineering professor awarded Australia Day honour
University of Melbourne chemical engineering professor Geoffrey Stevens has been awarded an Officer (AO) in the General Division of the Order of Australia in the Australia Day 2020 Honours list.
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We offer a range of training courses in process safety, personal development and leadership, process operations, process plant, contract and project management, and sustainability.
Chemical Engineering Matters
This is IChemE's technical roadmap, laying out how chemical engineers will help address the major global challenges of water, energy, food and nutrition, and health and wellbeing.
We partner with higher education bodies and organisations within the process industry, to support the development of chemical engineers and chemical engineering around the world.Find out more
Universities: accredit your degree
Information for universities on benchmarking, accreditation and re-accreditation of their degree programmes.