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Challenges of Process Engineering in Life Sciences

 
  July 07, 2017  
     
 
CfPA-The Center for Professional Advancement, New Brunswick, NJ
November 6-7, 2017


Who Should Attend?
This course is intended for professionals in the following positions employed in Pharmaceutical, Specialty Chemicals and Life Science Organizations:

  • Process Engineers
  • Small Project Engineers
  • Engineers Developing New Products and Processes
  • Chemical and Mechanical Engineers in above job functions
  • Management of Process Engineering Function

Course Description
This intensive and practical 2-day course is focused on those executing process engineering in specialty chemicals and life science organizations. It provides technical tools and short cuts to aid in performing the job, starting with forty heuristics that give valuable insight to processes. The discussions would then move on to many unique and valuable short cuts, dealing with how much does the proposal cost, and how to sell it. The course will then delve into current topics such as intensification, sustainability and green. This training offers an interactive approach and will include break-out group and problem solving opportunities along with case studies.
 

Virtual Attendee Training Option

This course offers the virtual option.

Can't attend the live, in person course? Our remote option provides you with a complete online live experience.
Select "Virtual Attendee" when registering. For more information on Virtual Attendee Training Click Here
 
 
Organized by: CfPA-The Center for Professional Advancement
Invited Speakers:
   John Super, President and Principal Consultant, Cobroko Solutions

John Super has been President and Principal Consultant of Cobroko Solutions since 2014. As a consultant, Mr. Super identifies, recommends among alternatives and assists to commercialize (scale up) new processes and products, among many other contributions for his clients. He often practices the discipline of process engineering as described in this course, and has first-hand experience working as a process engineer in plants and lead groups practicing process engineering.

In 2014 he was elected as AIChE Fellow, recognizing his many professional accomplishments and contributions to the profession. He was a DuPont Engineering Fellow capping a 28 year career with DuPont in various roles. As a practicing engineer throughout John’s career he has used and improved the methods of process engineering as taught in this course.

Since DuPont Mr Super was in senior leadership positions as VP of technology, process development, business development, and catalysis in emerging companies or Mid Cap ones and also KBR Technology Center Director for four years.

Mr. Super graduated from Lafayette College with BSChE and from University of Pennsylvania with MSChE (Chemical and Biochemical). He is a Professional Engineer licensed in NJ, DE and TX.
 
Deadline for Abstracts: n/a
 
Registration: Please click here for registration information.
E-mail: jmorbit@cfpa.com
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