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Chemical Engineering: Helping society meet its goals for sustainable energy, clean water and better health

Drawing on expertise in areas like catalysis, electrochemical systems, transport properties of biological systems and polymers for membranes and biomaterials, our faculty bridge the gaps between molecular-level interactions and real-world applications. Using advanced molecular engineering strategies, we are driving innovation in fields as varied and as important to society as solar energy and battery technologies, natural gas to chemical conversions, water purification, pollutant remediation, tissue engineering and pharmaceutical processing and drug delivery.

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Gary Koenig

Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering

Research Areas
  • Batteries and Energy Storage
  • Particle Engineering and Characterization
  • Materials Microstructure Control and Characterization
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More About Our Department

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Chemical Engineering Research Newsletter

  • 49

    Average undergraduate class size

  • $ 75 K

    Average starting salary in industry for B.S. graduates in 2017

  • 4

    Average number of graduate students per tenure track faculty

  • 22

    ChE Faculty