History of chemical engineering in Australia
IChemE’s Australian office is collecting information of an historical nature, on the development and growth of chemical and process engineering in Australia. The purpose is to tell Australia’s story on how the profession evolved.
IChemE invites members to share their knowledge of historical value that could involve, plant, process, person, university or organisation. It might involve a new technology at the time of setting up of a new facility or academic course.
The aim is to collect and share these vignettes with members. See guidelines.
If you have something to share, contact Natalie Angelone, Senior Regions Manager, Australasia.
*Disclaimer –The views and opinions expressed in these articles are those solely of the authors. IChemE bears no responsibility to the accuracy or to the validity of content.
Reflections on the early history of Process Control Teaching in Australia - Mike Brisk
Capacity and performance profiles of process plant - David Brennan
Appendix 1 PhD thesis - D Brennan
The First Digital Computer in an Australian Chemical Engineering Department - Michael Brisk
Industrial Vacation Schools – a personal recollection - Michael Brisk