The Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center and Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) would like to welcome you to the 2020 International Symposium.

Mary Kay O'Connor Process Safety Center

Join more than 500 researchers and industry representatives and other stakeholders from around the world to share the latest innovations and developments in process safety.

The conference schedule includes keynotes, expert panels, posters, presentations, and an exhibition of industry partners.


Chemical Refinery

2020 Keynote Speakers Will be Announce Soon!

Last year’s Keynote Speakers

  • Andrew Hopkins, Australian National University
  • Jerry Wascom, ExxonMobil
  • Elaine Oran, Aerospace Engineering TAMU

Keynote Speaker Jerry Wascom from ExxonMobilKeynote Speaker Elaine Oran from Texas A&M University

Learn more about 2019 symposium keynotes



Symposium Features

The Conference Will Be Held At The Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center
Hotel Bedrooms Lecture Rooms Outdoor Events
Welcome Reception and Exhibitor Cocktail Hour
Texas A&M Tailgate Style
When: Day 1, Tuesday, October 20, 5:00-7:30PM
Where: Exhibit Hall after a long day at the symposium, relax and enjoy some tailgate gaming fun Aggie style! There will be plenty of games, giveaways, and networking fun with our exhibitors, guests and symposium Hosts!

Banquet at Kyle Field
Join us for our Annual International Symposium Banquet! You can Tour Kyle Field and Take Pictures with the TAMU Mascot Reveille!
When: Day 2, Wednesday, October 21, 12:00 – 5:45 PM
Where: Kyle Field | Adjacent to the Texas A&M Hotel & Conference Center
Cost: $105.00 per person. Includes tour of Kyle Field, Cocktail Reception, Photo Session with Reveille and a delightful 3 course meal.

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