May 22-24, 2018
MARRIOTT HOUSTON WESTCHASE
HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA
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Karthik Rajasekaran (karthik.rajasekaran@shell.
com) is a process engineering team lead for Shell
Oil Products US in the olefins production area at
Shell Chemical LP’s manufacturing complex in
Norco, La. In his 10 years with Shell, Rajasekaran
has held various roles in process engineering
support, including environmental, utilities, ethylene
steam cracking, and fluid catalytic cracking. He holds a BS (2007)
in chemical and biomolecular engineering from Tulane University
in New Orleans.
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Norman P. Lieberman ( email@example.com)
is a chemical engineer with more than 50-years’
experience in process plant operation, design,
and field troubleshooting. He previously served as
operations supervisor, technical service manager,
and plant manager at US refineries until 1985. An
independent consultant, he also has taught 800
seminars on troubleshooting refinery process problems to 19,000
engineers and operators. An author of nine textbooks on plant process problems and operations, he holds a BS (1964) from Cooper
Union for the Advancement of Science and Art and an MS (1965)
from Purdue University, both in chemical engineering.