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CHE-345

Chemical Process Control, Modeling and Simulation

The course establishes the fundamentals of model development, parameter estimation, analysis of process dynamics and process control in chemical engineering.

 

Spring semester. Undergraduate.

CHE-424

Senior Design

Undergraduate Senior Design projects.

 

Spring and Fall semesters. Undergraduate.

CHE, MT, EN, CH, NANO - 555

Catalysis and Characterization of Nanoparticles

Introduction to chemical catalysis with an emphasis on heterogeneous reactions. Characterization of metal and metal oxide nanoparticles. Challenges in the development of new nanomaterials and catalytic technologies for energy applications and green chemistry for sustainability.

 

Fall semester. Undergraduate and Graduate.

CHE-620 - MT-603

Chemical and Materials Engineering Thermodynamics

The course expands and deepens the understanding of classical Thermodynamics obtained in undergraduate studies. The course also provides an introduction to statistical thermodynamics.

 

Fall semester. Graduate.

NANO-525

Techniques of Surface and Nanostructure Characterization

Lecture: Chemisorption Measurements and Catalytic Activity.

 

Spring semester. Undergraduate and Graduate.

NANO-600

Nanoscale Science and Technology

Lecture: Science and Industrial Applications of Heterogeneous Catalysis.

 

Fall semester. Graduate.