Lecturer in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Bryan Beyer is a chemical manufacturing executive that has worked in the private sector at both domestic and international companies. Bryan’s specialties include site management and championing new technology. With 39 years of experience in the chemical industry, he has held various positions of increasing responsibility in site management, research and development, process engineering and automation. The companies he has worked for range from specialty to commodity chemicals including highly hazardous chemicals with RMP and PSM requirements.
Bryan has been awarded 2 patents and an international award for innovative use of technology. He is a member of the Vanderbilt Engineering Department Career Committee, a Vanderbilt Mayfield Living Learning Community Faculty Advisor, a Vanderbilt Visions Faculty Mentor, and the creator and instructor of several Vanderbilt Summer Academy courses for rising 8th graders.
Areas of Focus
Industrial Chemical Engineering
“A Charming New Facility Recycled Equipment, a New Automation System, Electronic Marshalling and Remote I/O All Go into a Greenfield Sulfuric Acid Plant”, B. Beyer, Control Magazine, ControlGlobal.com, April 10, 2012