Donna Jean Kilpatrick, President of the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering, will welcome students and open the student program. The student organizing committee will provide a summary of the 2018 conference student program.
The keynote lecture will be given by Emily Moore, Managing Director of Innovation at Hatch.
A Chemical Engineering Career for a Healthy and Sustainable Planet
Throughout Emily’s career in chemical engineering, she has worked on technologies that are key to ensuring a healthy and sustainable planet. Her doctoral thesis was related to the ozone hole over the Antarctic; her work at Xerox was related to reducing the energy required to produce prints; and her work at Hatch has been focused on new technologies that ensure clean water and minimize the impact of mining. Through it all, Emily has applied her technical training as well as other, important non-technical skills. Her talk will share lessons learned throughout her career.
Speaker Bio: Emily Moore
Emily Moore is currently working at Hatch as the Managing Director, Innovation. Hatch is an engineering consulting company involved in the metals, energy and infrastructure sectors globally. As Managing Director, Innovation, Moore oversees the product development portfolio for the company, leading a team that works across all three sectors identify and develop new engineering solutions that solve pressing client needs.
Before taking on her current role, Moore was the Managing Director, Water, leading the Hatch water business serving the public and industrial markets. In this role, she was responsible for the integration of several new acquisitions into a consolidated global business and led the development of Hatch’s integrated water service offering for the mining industry.
Previously, Moore was Hatch’s Director of Technology Development, responsible for technology portfolio management including project development, technology transfer, industry-university partnerships and intellectual property management.
Previous to Hatch, Moore worked at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada for 11 years as Principal Engineer and Process Engineer. She has an education a Bachelor Degree in Engineering Chemistry from Queen’s University and a Doctorate in Physical Chemistry from Oxford University. In 2016, Moore was recognized as one of 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining and received the SCI Canada Kalev Pugi Award.