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Department of Chemical Engineering

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Chemical engineering comprises physical chemistry, reaction engineering, biochemical engineering, mass transfer engineering, thermal engineering, fluid engineering, equipment design engineering, and process system engineering. Chemical engineering has been responsible for the development of new materials such as biochemical materials, electronic materials, and new catalysts, as well as their production technologies and highly advanced separation technologies. Further, the coverage of chemical engineering will now expand from the design of equipment and advancement of control technologies to new developments in computer science, including artificial intelligence and simulation technologies. It also involves research and development covering biotechnology and bioengineering, including solutions to energy and environmental problems and artificial organ issues. It does this by approaching the earth or other biochemical bodies as factories where materials are mixed, reacted and separated. No wonder that chemical engineering is a key technology for technological innovation and problem solving today.

Researches

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  • Industrial Physical Chemistry, Prof. Iwai Lab.
  • Functional Chemical Materials, Prof. Kishida Lab.
  • Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology, Prof. Kamihira Lab.
  • Thermal Energy System Engineering, Prof. Fukai Lab.
  • Fluid Engineering, Prof. Minemoto Lab.
  • Transport Process Engineering, Prof. Kajiwara Lab.
  • Process Systems Engineering, Prof. Tsuge Lab.
  • Biomaterial Engineering, Prof. Kawakami Lab.
  • Biomaterial Chemistry, Prof. Miura Lab.
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