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The Process Control Division promotes the advancement of technology and its applications in the fields of process control, electrical engineering and mill-wide information systems within the pulp and paper and allied industries. The division will encourage the development of technical information, professional practices and technical guidelines; coordinate committee information and recognize member achievements. Through its activities, the division will offer its members opportunities for enhancing leadership skills and for furthering professional development. "Our goal for the Process Control Division is to share unique and different perspectives in a collaborative format so that Pulp and Paper professionals have the information needed to stay on the leading edge of Process Control technology and best practices. We also desire to develop and bring in a new generation of Process Control professionals."
Division Chair: Brian Mock, Event Capture Systems
Division Vice Chair: James Wardlaw, Westrock
Division Secretary: Michael Forbes, Honeywell
The Technical Committees and Common Interest Groups of the Process Control Division encourage the development of technical information, professional practices and technical guidelines, coordinate committee information and recognize member achievements.
Each year, the Process Control Division is proud to provide several awards.
We are proud to provide TAPPI Connect as a centralized, online resource for our members, consultants and volunteers to network, share knowledge, problem solve and collaborate.
Inside this Section
- Coating, Printing and Surface Enhancement
- Corrugated Packaging
- Independent Technical Committees
- Nonwovens, Engineers and Technologists (NET)
- International Flexible Packaging and Extrusion Division
- Paper and Board
- PIMA Management
- Process and Product Quality
- Process Control
- Pulp Manufacture
- Tissue Division
- Women in Industry
- Young Professionals