Chemical and Biological Engineering Research
The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering supports over 60 graduate students working towards their master’s or doctoral degrees.
Research in the Department consists of five major fields of specialization signifying the multidisciplinary nature and broad reach of modern chemical engineering practice: Process Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Renewable Energy, Clean Technologies and Materials Development. In particular, Clean Technologies, Renewable Energy, and Biomedical Engineering Research clusters reflect the Department’s current research strengths as well as its vision for the future direction of its research programs.
The Department’s current research strengths—particularly in clean technologies, renewable energy and biomedical engineering—reflect our vision for the future direction of our research programs.