When you become a member of the CSChE, be sure to select the Systems & Control division as your primary division! We receive a small amount of funding for each member in order to carry on society activities. In addition to all of the benefits of CSChE membership, you also receive…
Exciting Additional Benefits for S&C Division Members
- Free HTML copy of the book Learn Aspen Plus in 24 Hours through Access Engineering. Hint for undergraduates: the cost of undergraduate membership is usually cheaper than the cost of this book!
- EXCLUSIVE TO OUR DIVISION: 20% Discount for publications in the journal Processes! Find out how below.
What we do with membership fees:
Membership fees are primarily used for:
- Sponsoring the Ontario-Quebec Stats & Control Graduate Conference each year, bringing costs down to make it easily accessible to all students.
- Subsidizing travel costs for an invited plenary speaker at CSChE’s annual Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference, allowing us to bring a world renowned international expert to our doors for a seminar.
- Sponsoring LAPSE: the Living Archive for Process Engineering, our S&C division led open-access digital repository for models, simulations, pre-prints, educational materials, and open-access research articles.
- Minor costs related to using the listserv.
- Graduate student presentation awards [coming soon!]
How members can get their free copy of Learn Aspen Plus in 24 Hours
- Send an email to email@example.com to get your CSChE Access Engineering login credentials
- Log in to the book’s HTML version on Access Engineering.
- Read, learn, practice, and enjoy!!!
How members can get 20% off article publication charges in Processes
- When submitting your research manuscript to Processes, write in the cover letter that you are entitled to a 20% discount from CSChE Systems & Control division membership, and provide your CSChE member number.
- Proceed through the submission and review process as normal.
- If your article is accepted for publication, ensure that the 20% discount on article publication charges has been applied. If not, contact the editor or editorial assistant.