Why chemical engineering is an exciting field
Chemploy Blog
by Dasha Zatula
1M ago
We all remember our first encounter with chemistry—the vibrant colors of the periodic table, the mysterious reactions in a test tube, the excitement of discovering the building blocks of our world. For many of us, that initial spark of curiosity has grown into a lifelong passion. Today, we want to share why chemical engineering remains such an exciting and rewarding field, and why we believe it’s a journey worth starting. We are problem solvers Chemical engineers are the ultimate problem solvers. We take the principles of chemistry, physics, biology, and math and apply them to real-world chall ..read more
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The impact of AI in the chemical engineering industry
Chemploy Blog
by Dasha Zatula
2M ago
Hey there! Let’s dive into an intriguing topic today – the impact of AI (Artificial Intelligence) on the chemical engineering industry. Now, I know what you’re probably thinking, “AI and chemicals? That sounds like a sci-fi movie plot!” But bear with me, because this is not only real; it’s revolutionizing the way we approach chemical engineering. So, what’s the big deal about AI in chemical engineering? Well, imagine having a super-smart assistant that could predict the outcome of complex chemical reactions, optimize manufacturing processes, and even discover new materials. Sounds pretty cool ..read more
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We won the FD Gazellen Award!
Chemploy Blog
by Linda Sanders
2M ago
Dear Chemploy Superstars, Strap on your running shoes and get ready to throw some confetti because Chemploy has clinched the FD Gazellen Award for the second time! It’s a moment for celebration, and also a moment to wonder if we accidentally stumbled into the race of life without realizing it. Every morning at Chemploy, a colorful mix of gazelles, lions, and the occasional lost kangaroo wake up with only one thought: to run faster than yesterday. It almost feels like we’re part of an African wilderness, but with more coffee breaks. In our own version of the “Every morning in Africa” ritual, wh ..read more
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We get it: imposter syndrome hits chemical engineers too
Chemploy Blog
by Dasha Zatula
2M ago
Let’s face it, even in a demanding field like chemical engineering, the fear of being a fraud – the infamous imposter syndrome – can creep in. Here at Chemploy, we work with some of the brightest minds in the industry, and we know imposter syndrome can affect anyone. That’s why we want to create a supportive environment where you can thrive despite those nagging self-doubts. We understand imposter syndrome because we see it firsthand. Brilliant minds questioning their achievements, accomplished professionals feeling like they don’t deserve recognition – it’s a real phenomenon. The good news? T ..read more
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The culture that makes us different
Chemploy Blog
by Dasha Zatula
2M ago
Forget ping pong tables and nap pods (although, hey, we might have those too!). What truly sets us apart at Chemploy is our company culture. It’s the invisible force field that repels mediocrity and attracts passionate, talented chemical engineers like you. But what does that really mean? We were curious to understand what makes our culture tick, so we brought in an outside expert to map it out. The results? Here’s a glimpse into the unique environment that awaits you: Imagine a world where: Flat is the new fancy: We ditch the rigid hierarchy and embrace open communication. Your ideas are val ..read more
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Culture defined…But not by us!
Chemploy Blog
by Linda Sanders
2M ago
Like all companies, we strive for customer excellence, an appealing work environment where people can grow and flourish. But what differentiates us from any other company? The answer is: Our Culture. But what is our culture exactly? In order to find out, we conducted an external study, mapping the culture that defines us.  Curious to hear about the outcomes? Read on!     Outsiders describe our company culture as:  An environment in which a low hierarchical culture prevails, preferably with short lines, and in which to think together and one’s own view of things is en ..read more
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Breaking news: Máxima visits a waste processor!
Chemploy Blog
by Linda Sanders
2M ago
How cool that a member of the royal family mingles with the people. However, we can imagine that she herself would have imagined her marriage to the future king to be a lot rosier at the time than stirring the waste plastic with her hands…. Anyway, maybe she should have listened to her father-in-law. That good man also emigrated to the Netherlands at the time. Such a conversation would have gone something like this: “Hey Claus, what’s it like to get engaged to the heir to the throne?” Are you being taken care of by those Dutchmen? “Honestly Maxima? They are a nice people, those Dutch, but ther ..read more
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Ten notable chemical engineers and their groundbreaking inventions
Chemploy Blog
by Linda Sanders
2M ago
Chemical engineering is a discipline that combines principles of chemistry, physics, and mathematics to design and develop processes for the production, transformation, and utilization of various materials and substances. Over the years, numerous chemical engineers have made remarkable contributions to the field, revolutionizing industries and improving our everyday lives. In this blog, we will explore 10 notable chemical engineers and their groundbreaking inventions that have had a profound impact on society. Fritz Haber – Haber-Bosch Process: Fritz Haber, a German chemist and engineer, is ..read more
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The Significance of Business Savviness for Chemical Engineers
Chemploy Blog
by Linda Sanders
2M ago
Chemical engineering is a dynamic field that blends scientific and engineering principles to design, develop, and manage processes that involve the transformation of raw materials into valuable products. While technical expertise is undoubtedly essential, the role of chemical engineers is not limited to laboratory experiments and plant operations alone. In today’s competitive and ever-evolving business landscape, having business savviness is equally crucial. Last month, we kicked off our Business Savvy 2023 program. Read here why we do it. So first…What is Business Savviness about? Business Sa ..read more
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Chemploy and ChemXpro present at IUPAC
Chemploy Blog
by Linda Sanders
2M ago
As many chemists all over the world, Chemploy and ChemXpro has attended the IUPAC Conference held in august 2023 in The Hague. Read on to hear about our experience as written down by our chemical process engineer Anika! The IUPAC Chain Conference was an impactful event, bringing together people from various professional backgrounds and sectors to showcase pertinent work and engage in discussions on vital topics across diverse fields of Chemistry. Turning on attention to the Sustainability sessions, it was quite inspiring to get insight on the latest advancements and approaches being taken to t ..read more
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