January Program - Bob Heider of Washington University

January 22, 2020
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Washington University
Brauer Hall - Room 12
St. Louis, MO 63112
Venue website

Please join us at Washington University in Brauer Hall, Room 012 on Jan. 22 where ISA Fellow and Adjunct Professor at Washington University, Bob Heider gives an overview of common instrumentation problems that he has compiled throughout his career. You will not want to miss this! For those interested after the presentation, we will gather at a restaurant near Wash. U. for dinner (dinner is not included and will be at your own expense).

From https://www.isa.org/training-certifications/isa-training/instructor-led/instructors/heider-robert/ ...

Robert Louis Heider has over fifty years experience as a process control engineer with emphasis on the design of advanced process controls and process development. He worked for Monsanto designing controls for a variety of chemical and petrochemical plants. For the past 10 years, he has consulted for several different companies, currently for a venture capital solar energy company. He also teaches a process control lab class at Washington University in St. Louis, MO.

Bob has a BS in electrical engineering from University of Missouri - Rolla and a Masters in Manufacturing Automation from Washington University. Bob is a registered professional engineer in the state of Missouri. He was named ISA Fellow in 2009.


5p - 5:30p: Arrival / Networking

5:30p - 6:45p: Presentation by Bob Heider: A Common Thread to Instrumentation Problems 

7p: Optional - Dinner (on your own)


Several have asked about parking and arrival tomorrow.

Parking should be free after 5pm. Please arrive prior to the start of the program at 5:30pm as the enterance to Brauer Hall will be open until 6pm.

There is a garage next to Brauer, but parking info can also be found here:




$0.00 Member Ticket - Free

$5.00 Non-Member Ticket - $5.00