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TOPICS: • Evaluating Project Success (1 PDH) (11/14)
• Coffee: A Chemical and Physical Perspective (11/15)
• CRISPR Biology and Biotechnology: The Future of Genome Editing (11/16)
• Versatile, Clean, Distributed Hydrogen (1 PDH) (11/20)
• Gas Detection (2 PDHs) (11/28)
• Engineers' Week Seminar (PDHs) (2/13)

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. Many are free.

Wednesday, Nov. 14th, 5:30 - 8:30 pm.
AIChE, North Jersey Section Meeting. Topic: Evaluating Project Success (1 PDH). Speaker: Peter J. Sibilski, P.E, CEM, FAIChE, Plant Manager, Pharmetics Manufacturing Co. LLC. Venue: Jim Johnston’s Steakhouse & Pub, 58 Eisenhower Parkway Roseland, NJ (located between Eagle Rock Avenue and Exit 4B on Route 280). Cost: Employed Members & Guests: $25; Retired / Unemployed Members: $15. Reservations: Email: Psibilski@ALZOUSA.com. Phone: 732-254-1901, x140. Download Form for mailing and details.

Thursday, Nov. 15th, 2 - 3 pm.
ACS Webinar. Topic: Coffee: A Chemical and Physical Perspective. Speakers: Dr. Christopher H. Hendon, Professor, University of Oregon, and Dr. Brian Guthrie, Corporate Research Fellow, Cargill Cost: Free. Details and Registration.

Friday, Nov. 16th, 6 - 8 pm.
Science History Institute's Ullyot Public Affairs Lecture (Webinar of this sold-out Philadelphia event). Topic: CRISPR Biology and Biotechnology: The Future of Genome Editing. Speaker: Jennifer Doudna, Professor of Biochemistry, Biophysics, and Structural Biology at the University of California, Berkeley. Cost: Free. View Webinar. Details.

Tuesday, Nov. 20th, 5:30 - 8 pm. ASME, Metro NY Section Meeting. Topic: Versatile, Clean, Distributed Hydrogen for Multiple Markets (1 PDH, pending). Speaker: Chris Cavanagh, P.E., Principal Program Manager – Innovation and Innovation and Development – Complex Demonstration Projects, National Grid. Venue: National Grid Office, One Metro Tech Center, Brooklyn, NY. The building is located on Jay Street across the street from NYU-Poly. Cost: ASME & NYSSPE Members: $10 w/o PDH, $20 with PDH; Non-members: $15 w/o PDH, $25 with PDH; Students: Free (no PDH). Fees to be paid at door by cash or check only. Students: Free. Registration: by Monday, Nov. 19th. Email: Ed Ecock at edwardeco@aol.com, or phone 718-702-2271.

Wednesday, Nov. 28th, 6 - 8 pm. NYSSPE / ISA /ASME Meeting. Topic: Fundamentals of Gas Detection (2 PDHs). Speaker: Rob Flynn, Sales Manager, Delphian Corp. Cost: $40 for Members; $70 for Non-Members, includes light refreshments. Venue: Farmingdale State College, Lupton Hall, Room T101. Register: Email to regnow@nysspe-li.org by Nov. 21st. Make check payable to: NYSSPE-Suffolk Chapter and send to: NYSSPE– LI Chapter, 477 Miller Place Rd, Miller Place, NY 11764. Questions: Please email Laura Pellizzi at lpellizzi@nysspe-li.org.

Wednesday, Feb. 13th, 8 am - 4:30 pm. EJCLI / IISE Engineers' Week Seminar Series. Details in due course. Venue: Holiday Inn, Plainview, NY.

Guide to Organizations:

  • AIAA American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

  • ACS American Chemical Society

  • AIChE American Institute of Chemical Engineers

  • ASME American Society of Mechnical Engineers

  • EJCLI Engineers Joint Committee of Long Island

  • IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

  • IISE Institute of Industrial & Systems Engineers

  • MESC Metropolitan Engineering Societies Council

  • NYSSPE New York State Society for Professional Engineers

Updated Nov. 13, 2018