Our program educates engineers to design, develop and operate chemical processes to make useful products such as plastics, polymers, medicines, food, fuels, fertilizers, detergents, cosmetics, and consumer goods at minimum costs in a safe and environmentally sustainable way. Chemical Engineers also translate and scale-up processes developed by basic scientists into practical applications that benefit society and lead to economic development. In third year, students have the option to emphasize their course of study in a Chemical Engineering option or Biochemical and Environmental Engineering option.
Congratulations to CBE 4415 Research Project Presentation Undergraduate Student winners!
Please join us in congratulating CBE 4415 Research Project Presentation Undergraduate Student winners Manuell Oliveira (1st Prize), Qingchen Liu (2nd Prize), and Mark Weatherall (3rd Prize).
Congratulations to our 2014 Capstone Design Competition Undergraduate Student winners!
Thirteen teams of 4th year undergraduate students in CBE and GPE presented in the Chemical & Biochemical Processes, Fuel & Energy, and Waste Treatment & Environmental categories at the 9th Annual Capstone Design Competition at the Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park. Congratulations to Tanuj Dutta, David Edwards, Daxton Novak, Julian Smith, Helal Elkolaly, Benjamin Poitras, Mark Weatherall, Kevin Black, Jason Pumfrey, Darren Njgli, Hecham Omar, Sarah DeDecker, Geoffrey Ankumah, Anna Maveal, Balakrishnan Subramanian, Sean Devouge, Nicholas Tan, Chou Khat, Kristen Dorey, Leena Mohammed Faeq. (The Lambton Shield | March 21, 2014) (Sarnia This Week | March 20, 2014)