UBC is announcing a new tenure-track position in process systems engineering. From the announcement: The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver campus, invites applications from outstanding individuals for a tenure-track appointment at the
We are pleased to announce the Best in Session Awards given to the best graduate student presentations in each of the S&C sessions at the CSChE conference this week. The winners are chosen by the chairs of each session. Congratulations!
Hello everyone, Thanks to all who came to the AGM yesterday. I’m uploading the slides for your reference in case you missed it. One key new project going forward will be to come together as a community to develop a
Our Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held in Salon 4 of the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton at 5:40pm on Tuesday October 24. This will be the same room as the Systems and Control session SYS4, and so most
The Department of Chemical Engineering at McMaster University is seeking an outstanding individual for a tenure-track position at the Assistant or Associate Professor, preferably in the area of bioengineering. However, outstanding candidates in the areas of process systems engineering, polymer
For those of you that missed it, the Systems and Control Division of Chemical Engineering in Canada 2017 Webinar is now available on the Recorded Seminars section of our website.
Are you interested in graduate school? Save the date! The annual Systems & Control division Graduate School Webinar will be at 5pm Eastern Time on March 21, 2017. During this webinar, professors in the Process Systems Community across Canada will
The call for Nominations for the 2017 D.G. Fisher Award is now open, and it closes March 15 2017. See our awards page for more information. To nominate someone for this award you need to upload the nomination on ScholarOne
I am excited to announce the addition of the new Education section of our website. The purpose of this section is to feature relevant educational materials developed by the members of our division, such as text books, massive open online
The S&C division recently hosted a webinar showcasing professors from across Canada and their research in process systems engineering (Thanks to Kim McAuley, Queen’s U). The webinar is now posted on our Seminars page. If you are interested in graduate