IAEE Houston, June Meeting SulphCo's Oxidative Desulfurization Technology Florian Schattenmann, SulphCo Chief Technology Officer

Please join the Houston Chapter of the International Association for Energy Economics (IAEE) on Thursday, June 11 for our last meeting of the 2008-2009 season.


Dr. Florian Schattenmann will speak on SulphCo's Oxidative Desulfurization Technology.

REGISTRATION: You are encouraged to RSVP via the on-line system at http://iaeehoustonjune2009.eventbrite.com/. You may pre-pay for your registration with a credit card, or you may indicate that you will pay via cash or check at the door. If you are registering or purchasing tickets for your colleagues, please provide the name of each person in your party. Registration closes 24 hours in advance of the meeting.

In order to RSVP online and pay at the door, you will need to click on "show other payment options" listed at the bottom of the ticket information section. This link will reveal the "Pay offline" option.


MEMBERSHIP: To join the Houston Chapter of the IAEE/USAEE, please visit http://iaeehoumembership2008.eventbrite.com/. Annual dues are $25. Chapter membership entitles you to the members' discounted registration rate, the right to vote on Chapter business and to elect officers, and the satisfaction of joining Houston's premier professional and educational forum for energy economics.


LOCATION: The meeting will take place at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Houston Branch. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. for networking. Lunch is served at noon. The talk will be followed by a brief Q&A session. Please note: Guest parking for the Fed is temporarily located at 900 Gillette (the corner of W. Dallas and Gillette, just south of the bldg.). Use the pedestrian gate on Gillette to access the Bank and proceed to the third floor guest lobby of the parking garage.


ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Dr. Florian Schattenmann joined SulphCo in August of 2008 from Momentive Performance Materials (formerly General Electric Advanced Materials), where he was Global Technology Manager for the Elastomers division and prior to that Technology Director for GE-Bayer Silicones based in Leverkusen, Germany. Dr. Schattenmann joined the GE Advanced Materials business from the GE Global Research Center, where he successively led several laboratories focused on the development of advanced technologies ranging from electronic materials to selective catalysis to nano-structured materials. Dr. Schattenmann is a certified Master Black Belt from GE in Six Sigma process methodology, holds seven patents and is the (co-)author of numerous peer-reviewed publications. He has a Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry from M.I.T.

NOTE: An RSVP serves as confirmation of your attendance. If you RSVP for the event and do not show, you will still be invoiced for the cost of your lunch. IAEE Houston also can no longer accept walk-ups because of the security clearance requirements at the Federal Reserve. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.




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