Due to the safety precautions taking place in the Delaware Valley area and nationwide, AIChE-DVS is holding all Continuing Education sessions online until further notice. Information regarding registration and pricing will be posted as it becomes available.
AIChE-DVS offers a series of talks on technical topics. Upcoming sessions are described below. These 60 minute sessions will be planned to qualify for one hour Professional Development Credit.
These evening sessions include a buffet dinner, and are $30 for members and $35 for non-members. One (1) PDH is provided toward PE and other certification accreditation.
Further details for the specific meeting will be available on this web page when timely.
We offer PDH sessions both at our usual location in Conshohocken, PA (with kind permission of Jacobs Engineering) and in Newark, DE (with kind permission of KBR Inc). Occasional sessions will be held at other locations. These talks will be arranged on different dates, and may be on different topics.
A preliminary schedule of the sessions is given below. Some of these events may be recorded or published on WEBEX to make available for remote attendees.
We would welcome volunteers to share their expertise with us, by giving a one hour presentation on a topic of technical interest. Please contact Cynthia Tarun at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We always appreciate suggestions for topics and presenters. If you have a suggestion, please go to our Continuing Education Suggestions page.
Access descriptions of some of our past events on the CE Archive page.
Continuing Education Program 2020-2021
Please note that this schedule might be subject to change closer to the date of the event.
Dilute Phase Pneumatic Conveying
Different Drying Systems and Their Use
Dust Explosion Fundamentals and Protection
|Robert W. Peters|
Waste Plastics: Public Health Perspectives
|Deborah L. Grubbe|
Ethical Practice – A Perennial Business Challenge
|Jeffrey R. Seay|
Critical Issues of Waste Plastic Management in Developing Regions
The Design of Bins and Silos
|Frank E. Falcone|
Ethical Behavior on a Day-to-Day Basis
Converting Batch Processes to Continuous Processes