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Master of Science in Chemical Engineering

Master of Science in Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering graduates work as process, design or consulting engineers in a wide range of industries and sectors. Industries serve this range through petrochemical, agricultural, mining, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and foods. Sectors include government, banking and finance, and manufacturing. Special areas for instruction and research are maintained and include excellent and modern facilities for computation simulation, and modeling; control and optimization; bio-conversion; multiphase reactors engineering, catalysis; reaction mechanisms and kinetics; fluid mechanics and mixing; thermodynamics; polymers and polymeric materials; freeze drying; adsorption/desorption processes; membrane technology; interfacial phenomena; enhancement oil recovery; transport phenomena; chromatography; characterization of biomolecules; synthesis of nano-particles; nano-film coating; drug delivery; supercritical fluid technology, energy, bioenergy, hybrid energy and environmental applications including CO2 capture.