Note: CBE 9100: Advanced Engineering Communications is for all research-focused (MESc/PhD) graduate students who began their program on or after May 1, 2016.
The Advanced Engineering Communication Course is designed to enhance your ability to effectively communicate in these different contexts by introducing you to effective written, oral, and visual communication skills. Assignments/evaluations will make use of the graduate student¿s research data to translate course material into practical use.
Note: Students enrolled in MESc and PhD studies starting May 1, 2016 are required to take CBE 9100 before graduation.
|TBA||CBE 9100||E. Gillies||TBA||Fall 2017 Outline|
This course is aimed specifically to graduate students who need a broad base introduction to the concepts of reaction rate, stoichiometry and equilibrium to the analysis of chemical reacting systems.
|TBA||CBE 9110||J. Herrera||LEC: TBA
This is a graduate-level course comprising momentum, energy, and mass transport. Principles of momentum transport (viscous flow), energy transport (heat conduction and convection) and mass transport (diffusion) will be covered. A variety of engineering examples will be provided to give students a feel for how momentum, heat and mass transport is applied in engineering practice and to develop an intuitive understanding by emphasizing the physics and physical arguments.
|TBA||CBE 9160||A. Ray||TBA||2015-16 Outline|
|TBA||CBE 9211||A. Bassi||TBA||2017 Outline|
|TBA||CBE 9132||A. Prakash||TBA||2014-15 Outline|
This course will introduce graduate students to advanced topics in biochemical engineering. Students will be provided with an understanding of the underlying molecular biology of industrially relevant processes and will be introduced to modern techniques and practices in biotechnology and bioengineering.
|TBA||CBE 9260||L. Rehmann||TBA||2013-14 Outline|
This course is an introduction to the diverse nature of the air pollution problem, and atmospheric dispersion of air pollutants. It introduces the student to aspects of physics, epidiology, legislation, chemistry, technology, meteorology, and dispersion modeling relevant to air pollution, and develops the basic skills required to evaluate air pollution problems.
|TBA||CBE 9312||M. Ray &
This course is intended to provide graduate students with advanced knowledge on green fuels and chemicals, the main, current and potential processes used to produce green fuels and chemicals.
|TBA||CBE 9334||F. Berruti &
|TBA||Fall 2017 Outline|
To learn the fundamentals and applications of mass, momentum, and heat transport in environmental engineering; concepts of advection, diffusion, dispersion, settling, surface transfer, kinetics and equilibrium processes in air, water and soil; quantitative applications in natural environment and treatment systems.
|TBA||CBE 9350||M. Ray||TBA||Fall 2017 Outline|
This course is intended to provide graduate students with advanced knowledge on particle technology and fluidization.
|TBA||CBE 9550||C. Briens||TBA||Fall 2016 Outline|