Department of Chemical Engineering
Chemical engineers use chemistry with reaction, separation, material, electrochemical, biochemical and transport phenomena engineering to develop chemical processes that produce chemicals, chemical products and energy in an efficient and environmentally-sound manner. The Department of Chemical Engineering aims to educate students on many fundamental chemistries along with study in transport phenomena, material and energy balances, reaction engineering, staged-processes and molecular simulation sciences so that they will be able to create new clean chemical processes and products and develop original solutions to problems facing society.
Research topics are associated with energy-efficient combustion technologies, manufacturing processes for advanced materials, biomass conversion processes, material and chemical recycling processes, molecular simulation methods, polymer and fine-particle technologies, supercritical fluid technologies and catalytic conversion methods.
- Energy Process Engineering
- (Aoki Lab.)
- Chemical Process Engineering
- Material Processing（Nagao Lab.）
- Reaction Process Engineering (Shibasaki-Kitakawa Lab.)
- Process Systems Engineering
- Material Control Process Engineering (Kubo Lab.)
- Research Center of Supercritical Fluid Technology
- System development Lab (Watanabe Lab.)
- Institute of Multidisciplinary Research for Advanced Materials
- Hybrid Carbon Nanomaterials (Nishihara Lab.)
- Supercritical Fluid and Hybrid Nano Technologies (Adschiri Lab.)