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Whychemeng: Practical Chemical Engineering and Early Career Development

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What are the differences between taught chemical engineering at university and the challenges faced by chemical engineers in industry? How do graduate chemical engineers develop in their journey from a graduate to professional engineer? In this guest lecture, on behalf of the IChemE, Philip Mak and Claire Willmoth will explore these questions, using their experiences working as process engineers with BP. They both graduated from the University of Cambridge, Churchill College with degrees in Chemical Engineering and are chartered engineers with the IChemE. Content  Part I Practical Chemical Engineering  Distillation Column  Distributer Rig Testing  Heat Exchanger Design  Part II Early Career Development  Graduate Schemes  Graduate Career Development Routes  Learning Experiences  Leadership, Communication and Influence  Q&A

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