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Welcome to Chemical Engineering

ChE 405, taught by Professor Scott Fogler, seeks to help students hone and enhance their problem solving, critical thinking, creative thinking, and troubleshooting skills, as well as help them begin to make the transition from college to the workplace.

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Research Areas

If chemistry is the central science, it comes as no surprise that chemical engineering underpins a broad range of technologies. We turn our expertise in producing and manipulating chemicals to energy, medicine, electronics and advanced materials with new properties.

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Graduate Program

Our broad range of research opportunities apply chemical engineering principles and modern science to solving some of today's most pressing problems.

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Undergraduate Program

The program focuses on critical-thinking, preparing our graduates to identify and develop solutions for engineering challenges in the field. Students with a passion for chemistry and talent in math and problem solving typically do well in chemical engineering.

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There are many ways for ChE alumni to support the department and the students.

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Recent Publications

See why Michigan ChE is one of the top cited chemical engineering departments.

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Invited Lectures

Greg Thurber will present a lecture at the Gordon Research Conference: Drug Metabolism, Holderness, NH on July 10, 2018

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