Department of Chemical and Process Engineering

We are proud of our established history as the oldest continuing chemical engineering programme in England. Offering flexible BEng and MEng undergraduate programmes in Chemical Engineering.

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Our new Pilot Plant

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New chemical engineering facility

Take a look around the new facility with our video and images below.

Take a look at our new facility.

Studentships

HTC process water treatment for the design and improvement of a renewable fuel production process

Funding information:
Home/EU The successful candidate will receive a generous Stipend up to £25,000* per annum. This project is part funded by Antaco. Antaco has pioneered an innovative, organic waste management solution that is able to convert organic waste efficiently into a carbon neutral solid biofuel. Inventive and forward-thinking, we pride ourselves on doing things differently, and achieving notable results. Antaco is amongst the highest achieving Cleantech companies in the UK, having been voted top UK and EU Cleantech start-up by Climate-KIC and the European Institute of Technology and Innovation.

In-silico analysis of tissue specificity of dermal exposure, deposition and absorption kinetics

Funding information:
It will cover the tuition fee at UK/EU level, and provide a PhD stipend (c. £18,000 per annum), as well as generous budget for training.

Students and graduates

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