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Saturday, October 06, 2007

Recent Developments in Refining, Energy, and Biotechnology

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Symposium on Recent Developments in Refining, Energy, and Biotechnology | September 25th and September 26th, 2007 At the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), Chicago, IL.

The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Chicago Section is holding a symposium on September 25th and September 26th of 2007, co-sponsored by the Departments of Chemical
Engineering and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), Chicago.

This two-day symposium features sessions in:
  • Refining Technology Developments
  • Energy Technology Developments
  • Biofuels Technology
  • Food Technology Developments
These sessions feature invited presentations by leading industrial and academic professionals and promise to focus on the challenges and the opportunities that chemical engineers and other technical professionals face in today’s rapidly changing technological landscape.

In addition to the technical sessions, this year’s program will include a high school student outreach program for local schools and a job fair coordinated by the Young Professionals Advisory Board (YPAB).

You benefit from learning about the new areas of research, development & new applications while networking with leading authorities in these areas. You will also earn Professional Development.

Hours for attendance, which can be used to keep P.E. and other licenses current. Your company benefits from understanding the potential impact of these new technologies on the future direction of its business. In addition, your company can use this forum to promote itself to the many students who will be attending this symposium. For more information on sponsorship opportunities and on posting career opportunities, please contact bgahan@alumni.pitt.edu. Don’t Miss this Symposium on Leading-Edge Technologies! Register NOW!!!

How the biotechnology training is organized in US. We work with practical down to earth process developments for e.g. the forestry industry.


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