Employee Profile: Ian Glasgow and AIChE

On sourcing industry innovation and building a network of trusted industry experts

Contributed by Ian Glasgow

Successful projects depend on the effective use of technology and innovation by a collaborative project team that trusts each other.  
Technology and innovation can help maximize project economics, or used ineffectively, undercut potential returns. AIChE programming allows me to keep up with technology, innovation, government regulation, and new economic drivers. This means I can give clients the best new information and help them harness innovation to maximize project economics.
No project is performed by just a single company. They’re a collaboration of multiple entities that must work together. As an active AIChE member, I have developed a network of trusted colleagues through collaborating on conferences, technical programming, and addressing institute initiatives. This means not only that I get dive deep into new industry drivers, but also lets me get to know colleagues as more than just a name on a business card. So when we collaborate on client projects, we already have a strong foundation. This combination of industry knowledge and a trusted network helps results in projects that seek design and operations that maximize ROI.

Upcoming Events
Ian’s latest endeavor with AIChE is Chairing the Tenth Annual Southwest Regional Process Technology Conference (SPTC). This conference highlights eight core programming areas of chemical engineering, features two keynote addresses, and hosts a Meet the Industry Poster and Exhibitor reception. You can also find Ian moderating the keynote Executive Panel, featuring Paul Bonner, VP of Consulting & Data Analytics, Honeywell, Llyod Colegrove, Director of Data Services Director, The Dow Chemical Co. and Viswanath Krishnan, Global Solutions Executive, IBM.
About AIChE
AIChE is the world's leading organization for chemical engineering professionals, with more than 60,000 members from more than 110 countries.
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