Free Use of Process Simulator for Unemployed AIChE Members

*UPDATE* - HOUSTON, TX (January 1, 2009) - The AIChE contact information for this program has changed. The following press release has been updated to reflect these changes.

HOUSTON, TX (March 26, 2003) - Chemstations, Inc., makers of the CHEMCAD suite of chemical process simulation software, today announced that it will begin offering free use of its products to unemployed members of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. The offer is made in conjunction with the Career Services department of the AIChE and is open to members who have registered as unemployed with the organization.

Qualified members will have full access to the software for a 30-day period in which to build or 'brush up' their skills with process simulation. The CHEMCAD User Guide and other helpful materials are available on Chemstations' web site to help users learn the software.

"We believe this program will allow unemployed chemical engineers to stay apprised of the latest technology and build their résumés at the same time, better preparing them for reentry into the chemical process industry as an employee or consultant," says Nathan Massey, president of Chemstations, Inc.

Unemployed chemical engineers should contact AIChE Customer Service at to learn more about and sign up for the program. To join the AIChE, visit or call 800-242-4363.


About Chemstations, Inc.

Chemstations, Inc. is a worldwide leader in process simulation software, supplying the process industries and associated fields. Chemstations offers the CHEMCAD suite, several individually licensed and tightly integrated technologies, to increase the productivity and profitability of the chemical engineer's tasks. CHEMCAD is actively used by more than 800 organizations around the world. For more information, see our web site,, or call 800-CHEMCAD (243-6223).

This offer is not intended as an endorsement by the AIChE of Chemstations' products.


Contact Information

Steve Brown
Chemstations, Inc.
Fax 713-978-7727

American Institute of Chemical Engineers - Customer Service