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KEYNOTE: Ch emical Engineering meets the Real World (Professor Jonathan Seville\, Speaking on behalf of IChemE)< /p>

https://www.chemicalukexpo.com/speakers/profe ssor-jonathan-seville/

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Time &\; Location

Thursday: 13.00 to 13.30\, Stage 4

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Keyn ote Speaker

Professor Jonathan SevilleProfessor of Formulation Engineering\, Universi ty of Birmingham (Past President\, IChemE)< /o:p>

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About this presentation

The trou ble with setting any sort of agenda for a profession like Chemical Enginee ring is that we all live in the Real World\, where things are messier than we might like and have an annoying habit of changing on a shorter timesca le than it takes to educate and train an engineer.

How do we remain agile and stay relevant? Chemical Engineering i s all about analysis of complex systems and that doesn’\;t just mean processes in pipes. The subject –\; like most academic subjects ̵ 1\; is not just a set of facts and skills but a way of thinking which can be applied to much bigger problems\, including rational design of a respon sible manufacturing economy which recognises global limits and the need fo r human wellbeing.

This talk includes som e examples of the ways in which the subject is widening its scope. Enginee ring is not just an education and a training but it is –\; above all –\; a profession\, which means that we have duties towards the society in which we live.

Some of the professions have taken a battering lately\; I will argue t hat it is to the benefit of all that we take our professional status serio usly\, act ethically and responsibly and enhance the idea of the professio nal engineer in the public mind.

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