The 2018 Process Development Symposium (PDS) is a place to exchange wisdom, knowledge, tips, and personal experiences in the development and scale-up of chemical and related processes. PDS provides an opportunity for process development professionals from all across the country to discuss their experiences with novel and innovative technologies to trigger radical changes in next-generation processes development and operations. This symposium, planned jointly between AIChE and its Process Development Division, is held annually in early June. This year’s symposium will take place in Oak Brook, IL on June 5-7.
This annual conference is put on by the Chicago section of AIChE, and is a good forum to interact with the chemical engineering community in the Midwest. I'll be speaking on "High Value Bioproducts--A Necessary Detour on the Road to a Robust Bioeconomy?". Hope to see you there! Registration details at this link:
City Digital at the UI Labs space on Goose Island in Chicago organized a forum titled “Call to Action: A Forum on Cities, Technology, & Climate.” This event was held in conjunction with the North American Climate Summit being held this week in Chicago. My summary and takeaways.
Presentation titled "Start With the Process Concept"
I participated on a panel at the ABLC Next 2017 in San Francisco, "Renewable Chemicals Summit--Scaling Renewable Technologies. An Ear to the Past. An Eye to the Future".
- James Iademarco, Strategic Avalanche (Moderator)
- Mark Warner, Warner Advisors
- Mike Schultz (see 21:00 - 32:26) http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/109025000
- Jeff Lievense, Genomatica
- Jeff Robert, Fluid Quip
- Pete Rocha, REG Life Sciences