In this master’s program, students examine the intersection of biology, chemistry, and engineering. Together with the graduate students and researchers, the department’s academic staff conducts experimental and theoretical research projects that are at the forefront of a variety of advanced chemical engineering fields.
Research specializations include:
- - Bio-physics of the cell
- - Biotechnology and bio-medical engineering
- - Catalysis and reaction engineering
- - Crystallization
- - Energy storage and fuel cells
- - Heat and mass transfer
- - Membranes
- - Mesoscale macromolecular engineering interfaces in soft and condensed matter
- - Nanoscience and nanotechnology
- - Numerical methods and process simulation
- - Pollution prevention and waste treatment
- - Polymeric materials science and engineering
- - Pyroelectricity
- - Separation technology
- - Supercritical fluid extraction and drying
- - Thermodynamics of multi-component systems
Careers: Chemical engineering graduates have excellent career prospects and typically obtain jobs immediately upon graduation.
Tuition fee is nearly US$ 5000 per year. Outstanding students are eligible for scholarship which can cover the tuition fees and provide living expenses.