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TOPICS: Photoenzymatic Catalysis / Modeling Corrosion / Tooting Your Own Horn / Alternatives to Animal-Derived Food / Plastics: Solving the Waste Problem / The Phillips 66 Explosion - 30 years later / Simulation-driven Engineering

These are future meetings or events that other organizations in the Metro New York area are conducting that may be of interest to chemical engineers.

Tuesday, March 10th - NYU Chemistry Seminar (free)
Topic: Photoenzymatic Catalysis - Using Light to Reveal New Enzyme Functions
Speaker: Todd K. Hyster, Princeton University
Time/Place: 11:00am at Silver Center, room 1003

Wednesday, March 11th - Free AIChE (Sponsored) Webinar
Topic: Modeling Corrosion and Corrosion Protection
Speaker: Bertil Nistad, Technology Manager, COMSOL
Time: 2-3 pm ET

Thursday, March 12th - ACS (American Chemical Society) Webinar - free
Topic: The Art of Tooting Your Own Horn
Speakers: Iris Wagstaff, STEM Program Director in the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Dept., AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science); Ingrid Montes González, Member of ACS Board of Directors and is a professor of Organic Chemistry, University of Puerto Rico; Janet Bryant, Chair, ACS Chemical Innovation and Entrepreneurship Council, and now-retired Research Scientist/Engineer IV and long-time project manager at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; and Amy Balija, assistant professor of chemistry, Radford University and an executive member of the national ACS Women Chemists Committee.
Time: 2-3 pm ET

Thursday, March 12th - Science History Institute Panel Discussion - Live Streaming
Topic: Neither Fish nor Fowl: The Growth of Alternatives to Animal-Derived Food
Panelists: Christopher Gregson (Moderator), Founder, Greenstalk Food Consulting LLC; David Benzaquen, Cofounder and CEO, Ocean Hugger Foods; Julie Mann, Global Protein Program Manager, Ingredion Inc.; and Joshua Marsh, Cofounder and CEO, Artemys Foods
Time: 6 - 7:30 pm ET

URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KUIuDmeAyQ&feature=emb_title

Wednesday, March 18th - Société de Chimie Industrielle Luncheon Meeting
Topic: "Plastics: Solving the Waste Challenge and Making a Good Product Even Better"
Speaker: Michael Witt, Ph.D., Corporate Director, Plastics Circular Economy, Dow, Inc.
Venue: The Yale Club, 50 Vanderbilt Avenue (corner of 44th St. and Vanderbilt Ave.)
Times: 11:30 am: Networking and Reception; 12:15 pm: :Luncheon; and 1:00 pm: Presentation
Fees: Members: $70; Non-members: $95

Tuesday, March 24th - AIChE, North Jersey Section Dinner Meeting
Topic: “The Phillips 66 Explosion in Pasadena Texas - 30 years later” - 1 PDH being offered
Speaker: Peter J. Sibilski, P.E, CEM, FAIChE, Plant Manager, Pharmetics Manufacturing Co. LLC
Venue: Jim Johnston’s Steak House, 58 Eisenhower Pkwy., Roseland, NJ 07687-1634
Times: Registration & Networking: 6:00 to 6:30 PM; Dinner: 6:30 to 7:30 PM; and Presentation & Discussion: 7:30 to 9:00 PM
Fees: $25 for members and guests; $15 for retired and unemployed; and Students with I.D.: FREE
Registration: Contact Peter Sibilski at Psibilski@alzousa.com or Ph: 732-254-1901, ext. 140

Wednesday, March 25th - Free AIChE (Sponsored) Webinar
Topic: Simulation-driven Engineering for the Modern Chemical Engineer
Speakers: Bob Fernandez, AVEVA & James Wade, Portfolio Marketing Manager for Process Engineering and Simulation, AVEVA
Time: 2-3 pm ET

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Updated March 8, 2020