0 Unit. Thermodynamics of Chemical Systems. Specializations in Chemical and Molecular Engineering Chemical and Molecular Engineer­ing students must choose from one of the eight specializations offered. Whichever path the student may choose after graduation, the program offers a deep understanding of the physical and chemical nature of things and provides an insight into an exploding variety of new technologies that are rapidly reshaping the society we live in. 10900 Euclid Ave. In particular, this class will cover the design and expression of recombinant proteins, purification strategies, and the incorporation of non-natural amino acids using a bacterial system. Readings and homework assignments will be assigned. Laboratory introduction to the measurement process in engineering. ECHE 340. artificial organs, the engineering and biochemistry of sequencing the human genome, emergent phenomena in complex and dynamical systems, the biophysics of cellular processes in living organisms, and DNA-guided assembly of inorganic and biological nanoscale objects. new technologies and fundamental research questions demand this type of interdisciplinary approach. Relationships between type of reaction and choice of reactor. Prereq: Consent of instructor. Counts as SAGES Senior Capstone. During the course students will be putting together a manuscript based on their research that would eventually be submitted to a journal. ECHE 431. 0 Unit. For those interested in the fundamentals, a career of research and teaching is a natural continuation of their undergraduate studies. Any problem in the field of chemical engineering may be selected. Chemical Engineering Laboratory in Denmark. Generalized equations of transport. Students are graded on the submission of one- page summary reports on any two lectures. Utilizing relevant thermodynamics theory including liquid-vapor and solid-liquid phase diagrams and azeotropes as needed for separations. Prereq or Coreq: ECHE 363. The undergraduate Chemical Engineering program at Miami University is focused on the integration of engineering science, process design and a global liberal education, with concentrations in biochemical, environmental and paper engineering. Note that ECHE 361, ECHE 364 and ECHE 398 are 3-credit courses before 2022, and become 4-credit courses in 2022 and thereafter. Approaches to overcome barriers are discussed and future prospects and barriers are critically analyzed. ECHE 472. ECHE 384. Electrochemical testing, corrosion monitoring and techniques to stifle corrosion will be discussed. passing the course ENGR 600 with requirements defined by the student's curricular program, and additional requirements as specified by the program. Honors Research I. In this case, only seven graduate courses will be required. Students with baccalaureate (BS) Chemical Engineering degrees from Mines can find employment in many diverse fields, including: advanced materials synthesis and processing, product and process research and development, food and pharmaceutical processing and synthesis, biochemical and biomedical materials and products, microelectronics manufacturing, petroleum and petrochemical … This course is a continuation of ECHE 401 and is designed to develop skills in writing proposals for funding research projects. Prereq: ECHE 260. Introduction to Chemical Engineering at Case. Research course taken by Plan B M.S. This program of study considers requirements for students who matriculated in Fall 2020. Each specialization requires the completion of three (four for students admitted prior to Fall 2012) technical elective courses at the 300 level or higher. Chemical Engineering Applied to Microfabrication and Devices. In addition, this course will explore the application of protein engineering in drug delivery, electrochemical technology, sensors, and nanoparticle assembly. In special cases, a student may be permitted to complete a 6 credit project. ECHE 382. In addition, this course will explore the application of protein engineering in drug delivery, electrochemical technology, sensors, and nanoparticle assembly. ECHE 481. Offered as ECHE 386 and ECHE 486. ECHE 460. Research course taken by Plan B M.S. Phone: 212-854-4453 Higher number (advanced or honors) courses are available to students by invitation only. | Smith Building, renovated by contributions from the James family, often serves as a formal and informal gathering place for students and faculty. The department is housed in the Albert W. Smith Building and portions of the Bingham Building on the Case Quadrangle. | Developing skills in quantitative formulation and solution of word problems. Required safety training: All graduate students in PhD Chemical Engineering must enroll in (on BioRaft) and complete three one-hour training sessions offered by the NYU EHS (Environmental Health and Safety) Office in the first semester. Material and energy balances. Also, students who enter the PhD program must pass a First Proposition Oral Examination (with an accompanying written report) that tests a student’s ability to think creatively, grasp new research concepts, and discuss such concepts critically and comprehensively. Professor Smith was chair of industrial chemistry at Case from 1911 to 1927. To enable its graduates to lead the advancement of technology, the Case School of Engineering offers fourteen degree programs at the undergraduate level (twelve engineering degrees, plus the BS in computer science and the BS in data science and analytics). Visit students. Students must complete a sequence in … ECHE 362. Students will demonstrate the use of chemical engineering science fundamentals in developing solutions of problems typical of those encountered in chemical engineering practice. Challenges, current literature and future opportunities in energy storage will be discussed. The department has exceptionally strong facilities for electrochemical and energy research, for microfabrication, and for chemical vapor deposition and thin film synthesis. Prereq or Coreq: ECHE 360. Oxidation processing, chemical vapor deposition, etching and patterning techniques, electroplating and other technologies are discussed. Topics will include research, research methods, safety and responsible conduct of research. Specifically, amino acid sequences that dictate well-defined secondary structures such as beta-sheets, alpha-helices, and leucine zippers will be studied. and computational facilities for its undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral associates, and faculty. 3 Units. Membrane Separations. Electrochemical Engineering. Directory. Offered as ECHE 384 and ECHE 481. is committed to a leadership role in research and education in frontier areas of research and technology where progress derives from the conjunction of many different traditional research disciplines. Economic analysis and cost estimation of chemical processes. This course affords a student the opportunity to conduct research under the guidance of one of the faculty, as part of the Chemical Engineering Research breadth elective sequence. The chemical engineer guides the passage of the product from the laboratory to the marketplace, from ideas and prototypes to functioning articles and processes, from theory to reality. Engineering Elective: Any 3- or 4-credit lecture- or laboratory-based course (research and independent study courses are excluded) that is 200-level or higher, offered by the engineering school exclusive of the Department of Computer and Data Science, One additional EECS course at 200 level or above, Two additional courses selected from approved energy course in Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Management, or Law, An elective course approved by sequence advisor. ECHE 508. Science/Engineering elective. Protein Engineering. Phase equilibria, phase rule, chemical reaction equilibria in homogeneous and heterogeneous systems, ideal and non-ideal behavior of fluids and solutions, thermodynamic analysis of closed and open chemical systems with applications. The Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Graduate Student Handbook contains a more detailed description of the department’s PhD requirements and a time schedule for their completion. Determination of kinetic parameters. Membrane-based separations provide a low-energy technique for performing chemical engineering separations and have applications in water treatment, energy, and human health. 3 Units. Upperclassmen students conduct their co-op debriefing in the class, sharing experiences and initiating networking. 3 Units. ECHE 151. Offered as ECHE 383 and ECHE 483. 1 Unit. Prereq: Graduate student standing. The cooperative bachelor’s/master’s program enables outstanding students who are enrolled in the cooperative education program to earn an MS in one year beyond the BS degree. DLVO theory, stability criteria, and coagulation kinetics. Extraction of physical parameters and estimation of the errors in the parameter estimates is an important part of the course. Related fundamental electrochemistry concepts, materials and techniques are described. Chemical Engineering publishes FREE eletters that bring our original content to our readers in an easily accessible email format about once a week. ECHE 461. Related fundamental electrochemistry concepts, materials and techniques are described. After completion of this course, students will be able to classify corrosion systems, understand the mechanisms underlying corrosion, and outline strategies to design corrosion-resistant systems. 3 points.. ECHE 386. ECHE 360. Full-time MS students are expected to serve as a teaching assistant as part of their education. For the MS program, students should demonstrate that they have acquired a minimum of three core ‘units’ in each of the categories of Chemical Engineering Transport, Thermodynamics and Reactions. 3 Units. Students will attend research presentations by faculty, invited speakers and other students rehearsing for their proposal presentations, thesis defenses or conference presentations. Up to nine credits of graduate coursework can be used to satisfy both graduate and undergraduate requirements. Prereq: Junior Standing and (ENGR 225 or (Prereq or coreq: EMAC 352)) and (MATH 223 or MATH 227). Chemical engineers trained in biochemical engineering and biotechnology are the key to successful commercialization of new biologically based processes ranging from high value pharmaceuticals to new food processes. However, today’s chemical engineers are also involved in food and fertilizer production, synthesis of electronic materials, waste recycling, and power generation. Microbiology and biochemistry linked with transport phenomena, kinetics, reactor design and analysis, and separations. No prior experience with LabVIEW is required. The majority of the course will focus on the solution chemistry, bonding, kinetics and thermodynamics of actinides in the context of analytical purification processes such as liquid-liquid extraction and resin-based chromatography. Relationship between mechanism and reaction rate and brief introduction to catalysis. Students in the PhD program are required to complete 18 credits of thesis research. Recommended preparation: ECHE 363. Emphasis will be placed on green and sustainable energy processes. Students who matriculated in Fall 2019 may choose to opt into these requirements and follow this program of study. 3 Units. Specifically, amino acid sequences that dictate well-defined secondary structures such as beta-sheets, alpha-helices, and leucine zippers will be studied. 3 Units. Various topics in the areas of chemical engineering science , basic and applied chemistry, bioengineering, material science, and applied mathematics are covered in the lectures. Chemical Engineering Seminar. For students entering the PhD program with a BS degree, a total of 12 courses (36 credit hours) is required. Prereq or Coreq: ECHE 363. Offered as ECHE 372 and ECHE 472. 3 Units. 3 Units. The Department of Chemical At the end of the first semester of the sophomore year, students who have a strong interest in research are encouraged to discuss research possibilities with the faculty. 1 Unit. The Course-Focused M.S. During a co-op placement, students do not pay tuition but maintain their full-time student status while earning a salary. Recommended preparation: ECHE 360. The academic programs and curricular enhancements available to students majoring in chemical engineering at CWRU, including breadth sequence sequences and concentrations, undergraduate research, international study opportunities, cooperative education and internships, are presented. 3 Units. The course requirements for students entering with a BS degree are as follows: Some of the graduate-level courses should be taken from a list of recommended courses that satisfy the Chemical Engineering core ‘units’ requirement. Chemical Engineering Communications II. Thermodynamic properties of real substances, with emphasis on solutions. ECHE 474. Techniques of solution for boundary value problems in systems of conduction, diffusion, and laminar flow. Print-Friendly Page (opens a new window) ... A chemical engineering student must earn a grade point average of 2.0 or higher in the major and overall in order to receive a degree in chemical engineering. 1 - 3 Units. A critical review of relevant background literature will help determine what is already known on the topic, how extensively the topic has already been studied, who are the experts active in the field, and the relevant key questions that deserve further exploration. Offered as EBME 350 and ECHE 355. Corrosion Fundamentals. ECHE 381. Challenges, current literature and future opportunities in energy storage will be discussed. Scaling analysis will elucidate critical process parameters. Prereq: Graduate standing or requisites not met permission. 4 Units. Electrochemical Energy Storage. The profession of chemical engineering involves the analysis, design, operation, and control of processes that convert matter and energy to more useful forms, encompassing processes at all scales from the molecular to the megascale. Chemical engineering is a highly interdisciplinary field concerned with materials and processes at the heart of a broad range of technologies. A Second Proposition Exam focusing on the student’s own research topic is required by the end of the second year in the PhD program. The applications of chemical engineering principles to microfabrication and micromachining are introduced. 1: Note: Interested students can substitute CHE 577 for CHE 525 with adviser consent.. 2: Other appropriate electives may be selected (with adviser approval) to satisfy the needs of the individual student and may be aligned with the research areas listed in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering section of this bulletin. Students who have a strong interest in research are encouraged to discuss research possibilities with the faculty. The course will cover: understanding what findings warrant publication, factors affecting journal selection, formatting requirements of journals, publication-quality figures, appropriate material for each of the sections of the paper. Graduate Teaching I. ECHE 462. Outstanding undergraduate students have the opportunity to obtain an MS degree, with a thesis, in one additional year of study beyond the BS degree. This course will provide an introduction to membrane transport mechanisms including solution diffusion, pore-flow and active transport. Students who matriculated prior to Fall 2019 can find their requirements and suggested program of study in the General Bulletin for the year they matriculated. Chemical engineering is a broad field encompassing everything from design to large-scale manufacturing of a wide variety of products through chemical and biochemical processes. In addition to engineering general education requirements and university general education requirements, the major requires the following courses: A distinctive feature of the chemical engineering program is the three-course breadth elective sequence that enables a student to specialize in a technical or professional area that complements the chemical engineering core. E44 EECE 403 Chemical Reaction Engineering. Plus three courses selected from the following: Plus two courses selected from the following: Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering, Division of Engineering Leadership and Professional Practice, engineering general education requirements, university general education requirements, Introduction to Chemical Engineering at Case, Chemical Laboratory Methods for Engineers, Introductory Organic Chemistry Laboratory I, Introductory Organic Chemistry Laboratory II, Basic Statistics for Engineering and Science, Introduction to Polymer Science and Engineering, Biotechnology Laboratory: Genes and Genetic Engineering, Chemical Engineering Applied to Microfabrication and Devices (Fall), Solid and Hazardous Waste Management (Spring), Introduction to Accounting for Non-Business Majors, Operations Research and Supply Chain Management, Introduction to Polymer Science and Engineering (Fall), Introduction to Chemical Engineering at Case (, Calculus for Science and Engineering II (, Calculus for Science and Engineering III (, Thermodynamics, Fluid Dynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer (, General Physics II - Electricity and Magnetism (, Transport Phenomena for Chemical Systems (, Introduction to Circuits and Instrumentation (, Chemical Laboratory Methods for Engineers (, Professional Communication for Engineers (, Quantitative Molecular, Cellular and Tissue Bioengineering, Introduction to Biochemistry: From Molecules To Medical Science, Thermodynamics, Fluid Dynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Novel energy storage systems for transportation, grid storage applications, and portable devices, Energy efficient extraction and processing of materials, Novel catalysts, electrocatalysts, and plasmas for conversion of gases to fuels, Simulation, modeling, and fundamental characterization of transport and interfacial processes in electrochemical energy storage and conversion systems, Advanced materials for electronic and electrochemical device applications, Novel synthesis and deposition methods and reactor designs, including electrochemical and plasma reactors, Novel characterization of materials and in situ reactor diagnostics, Simulation and theory of materials properties, Surface properties and interfacial phenomena, Materials processing and engineering at molecular through macro scales, be able to excel in professional careers across a broad range of industries, apply the knowledge, skills and ethical practice acquired through the chemical engineering curriculum to positively contribute to their profession and society, assume positions of responsibility and/or leadership in academia, industry, government, and business, succeed in post-graduate and professional degree programs, an ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics, an ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors, an ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences, an ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts, an ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives, an ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions. ECHE 250. Chemical engineering is a broad discipline that encompasses many different scientific principles in engineering and technology. Students may work in one or two co-ops, beginning in the third year of study. The engineer must assume responsibility for the economical use of the raw materials, preservation of the environment, and profitability of the operation. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) chemical engineers apply the principles of chemistry, biology, physics, and math to solve problems that involve the production or use of chemicals, fuels, drugs, food, and many other products. ECHE 509. cheme.columbia.edu. Prereq: ECHE 260 and ENGR 225. ECHE 251. 3 Units. Prereq: Junior or Senior standing or Requisites Not Met permission. The Labview training covers programming basics, interfacing to a data acquisition system, and incorporating control algorithms.. Example projects cover steady and unsteady state heat transfer, momentum transfer, and the first law of thermodynamics. She received her M.S. Breadth elective sequences that have standing departmental approval are described below. 801 S. W. Mudd, MC 4721 The required courses are: Each MS candidate must complete a minimum of 30 hours of graduate-level credits. Shared research laboratory facilities exist in the Columbia Electrochemical Energy Center, the Soft Materials laboratory, and the Columbia Genome Center. Research in the department is sponsored by a variety of state and federal agencies, by private industry, and by foundations. In particular, this class will cover the design and expression of recombinant proteins, purification strategies, and the incorporation of non-natural amino acids using a bacterial system. Topics in chemical engineering will be covered in an independent study mode. Biomedical mass transport and chemical reaction processes. ECHE 362D. Department of Chemical Engineering. Electrochemical Energy Storage. The list is maintained by the department. ECHE 361. Students can design a custom breadth elective sequence, consisting of three courses (9 credits) that fit in one coherent technical or professional theme. Recommended preparation: ECHE 364. Outside speakers present lectures on their current research. The undergraduate program provides a chemical engineering degree that is a passport to many careers in directly related industries as diverse as biochemical engineering, environmental management, and pharmaceuticals. Offered as ECHE 372 and ECHE 472. This list will be provided to the students upon admission to the program. The course involves extensive use of computer software with some exams taken using the computer. ECHE 478. The required courses are: Biomolecular engineering focuses on the molecular length scale, and seeks to convert molecular-level knowledge of biological phenomena into useful biochemical and chemical products and processes that are derived from living cells or their components. Current computational techniques for protein design and directed evolution methods will also be explored. Designated science departments are Chemistry; Physics; Biology; Biochemistry. The experience includes elements from the following tasks: development of teaching or lecture materials, teaching recitation groups, providing laboratory assistance, tutoring, exam/quiz/homework preparation and grading, mentoring students. Prereq: Graduate Standing or Requisites Not Met permission. 1 Unit. Equilibrium stage, degrees of freedom in design, graphical and analytical design techniques, efficiency and capacity of separation processes. ECHE 372. 216.368.2000 (legal notice), Case Western Reserve University, 10900 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44106 Introductory course in communication for Chemical Engineering graduate students: preparation of first proposal for thesis, preparation of technical reports and scientific papers, literature sources, reviewing proposals, and manuscripts for professional journals, and making effective technical presentations. Prereq: Graduate student standing. Mathematical analysis of problems in transport processes, chemical kinetics, and control systems. Graduate Research Colloquium. Boundary layer and turbulent systems. Practicing chemical engineers are the experts in charge of the development and production of diverse products in traditional chemical industries as well as many emerging new technologies. Data Acquisition and LabVIEW Bootcamp. Prereq or Coreq: MATH 122 or MATH 124. Fundamental concepts will be discussed in the context of particle filtration, nanofiltration, reverse osmosis, gas separations processes and emerging applications like membrane chromatography. Distinguished outside speakers present current research in various topics of chemical engineering science. CHE 697. Topics in Chemical Engineering. ECHE 401. This program specialization provides a strong biology and chemistry fundamental background for graduate work in biochemical engineering and a plan of study to meet these objectives. Includes catalytic and chemical vapor deposition reactors. Undergraduate Research Project II. The course will also cover membrane fabrication methods, analytical techniques for membrane characterization and performance metrics. 3 Units. Opportunities are available for students to alternate studies with work in industry or government as a co-op student, which involves paid full-time employment over seven months (one semester and one summer). In addition, at various points in the course of the dissertation research, students will be required to prepare reports and seminars on their work, and defend their dissertation. Chemical Process Principles: 3: ECHE 311: Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics: 3: ECHE 320: Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics: 3: ECHE 440: Separation Process Design: 3: Chemical Engineering Minor Electives (6 hours) : 6 additional hours selected from: 6: Minor Electives that do not require MATH 242 Applying fundamental mass-balance related analysis to industrial separations processes (distillation, absorption, membranes; both plate and packed columns), reactors (CSTR, PFR), and process control (PID feedback controllers). Professor Smith was also a close associate of Herbert Dow, the Case alumnus who founded Dow Chemical in 1890 with the help and support of Professor Smith. Analysis and design of separation processes involving distillation, extraction, absorption, adsorption, and membrane processes. Prereq: Enrolled in ECHE Plan B Program. Transport Phenomena. The First Proposition Exam, typically taken in the Fall semester of the second year, serves as the qualifying examination for the PhD degree. By using the flexibility provided by science and technical electives in the curriculum, students are able to pursue courses that provide the background needed for medical school. Prereq: Predoctoral research consent or advanced to Ph.D. candidacy milestone. A three-course (9 credit hours minimum) breadth sequence, as described above. The three sessions are: Lab Safety, Waste Management and Biosafety. A student in a degree program that has degree requirement changes in a Bulletin produced during their academic career at the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor may follow a subsequent Bulletin. The petition must be approved by the faculty of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. Admission for Ph.D. work requires approval of the Graduate Program Advisor and the Dean of the Graduate School, and a 3.5 minimum overall grade point average in an ABET-accredited chemical engineering program. Current active research topics include: Daniel Lacks, PhD(Harvard University)C. Benson Branch Professor of Chemical Engineering, Department ChairMolecular simulation, statistical mechanics, triboelectric charging, Rohan N. Akolkar, PhD(Case Western Reserve University)F. Alex Nason ProfessorElectrochemical phenomena in next-generation batteries, photovoltaics and semiconductor devices, Harihara Baskaran, PhD(The Pennsylvania State University)ProfessorTransport phenomena in biology and medicine, Christine Duval, PhD(Clemson University)Assistant ProfessorMembranes, radiochemical separations, Donald L. Feke, PhD(Princeton University)Distinguished University Professor and Vice Provost for Undergraduate EducationColloidal and transport phenomena, dispersive mixing, particle science and processing, Burcu Gurkan, PhD(University of Notre Dame)Assistant ProfessorEnergy storage, nonflammable electrolytes, electrode fabrication, electrochemical separation processes, Uziel Landau, PhD(University of California, Berkeley)ProfessorElectrochemical engineering, modeling of electrochemical systems, electrodeposition, batteries, fuel cells, electrolyzers, corrosion, Chung-Chiun Liu, PhD(Case Institute of Technology)Distinguished University Professor and Wallace R. Persons Professor of Sensor Technology and ControlElectrochemical sensors, electrochemical synthesis, electrochemistry related to electronic materials, Heidi B. Martin, PhD(Case Western Reserve University)Associate ProfessorConductive diamond films; electrochemical sensors; chemical modification of surfaces for electrochemical and biomedical applications; biomaterials; microfabrication of sensors and devices, Julie Renner, PhD(Purdue University)Assistant ProfessorElectrochemical engineering, protein engineering, biomimetic materials, regenerative medicine, Robert F. Savinell, PhD(University of Pittsburgh)Distinguished University Professor and George S. Dively ProfessorElectrochemical engineering, electrochemical reactor design and simulation, electrode processes, batteries and fuel cells, Jesse S. Wainright, PhD(Case Western Reserve University)Research ProfessorElectrochemical power sources: fuel cells, batteries, supercapacitors; biomedical applications, Christopher Wirth, PhD(Carnegie Mellon)Assistant ProfessorColloids, multiphase materials, John C. Angus, PhD(University of Michigan)Emeritus Professor, J. Adin Mann Jr., PhD(Iowa State University)Emeritus Professor, Syed Qutubuddin, PhD(Carnegie Mellon University)Emeritus Professor.

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