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Workshop: 

Teaching process modeling in chemical engineering  Perspectives from 
academia and industry.


PSE is organizing a free workshop (registration required) on Monday, May 
7th, in the Hyatt House Parsippany/Whippany, NJ. The goal of this workshop 
is to discuss the different ways process modeling is taught in universities 
and how this aligns with the needs of industry. 

The agenda:
10:00 	Registration
10:30	Welcome (Pieter Schmal; PSE)
10:40	Process Modelling  the next decade (Alejandro Cano; PSE)
11:10	Process Systems Modeling Skills: An Industrial Perspective (Rob 
Johnson; ExxonMobil Research & Engineering)
11:40	Break
11:55	Process Systems Modeling Skills Required to Be Successful at 
Procter & Gamble (Ben Weinstein; Procter & Gamble)
12:25	Working title: Process systems modelling in pharma (Sal Garcia; Eli 
Lily)
12:55	Lunch
13:55	Integrating Process Modeling in the US Chemical Engineering 
Curriculum: What Could Go Right, What Could Go Wrong? (Michael Baldea; UT 
Austin)
14:25	Advanced Modeling and Optimization at Texas A&M (Nikos Diangelakis; 
Texas A&M)
14:55 	Integration of process modeling in the University of Delaware's 
particle technology Master's program (Jim Michaels; U Delaware)
15:25	Break
15:40	Process systems engineering Academic Teaching Highway (PATH)  
what, why and how (Pieter Schmal, Ananya Chowdhury; PSE)
16:10	Discussion
16:50	Closing remarks
17:00	End

The event is free to attend, but registration is required. Please find more 
details and register here:
https://www.psenterprise.com/events/americas/2018/workshops/academic-path-
new-jersey

Hoping to see you there.

Best regards,


Pieter Schmal
Principal Application Engineer & Head PSE Academic