IChemE celebrates its 100th birthday in 2022
The ‘IChemE100’ centenary is a once in a century opportunity to reflect upon and honour the work of chemical engineers, past and present, in their mission to deliver value to the society we serve. It is also an opportunity to highlight the role of chemical engineering in helping to meet the challenges of the future.
To commemorate the centenary an array of celebrations will be planned for 2022 to include a series of member events, news articles, magazine features and short films. The celebrations will honour the valuable work of chemical engineers by telling stories that run from past to present to future.
The committee is currently asking members to support the plans for the centenary by submitting their chemical engineering stories. Please visit the ‘How to get involved’ page for more information.
Contributions are invited to support the nine key themes of the centenary which link to the UN Sustainable Development Goals and IChemE’s own Learned Society activities as follows:
- Social experience
- Food and Water
- Environment and Sustainability
- Processes and Safety
- Education and Technology
Within the themes, stories will also be grouped into three time periods meaning stories are welcomed from the Victorian era right through to the cusp of the 22nd century.
If you would like to know more about IChemE100, or would like to discuss how you could contribute, please email IChemE100@icheme.org.