Doctoral Program In Chemical Engineering

The Doctoral in Chemical Engineering Program defines its doctoral graduates as the doctorate degree holders who demonstrate high moral integrity, are consistent in their reference to the national insights, and scientifically capable of solving problem systematically based on independent analysis whilst stepping still on the paramount of the principles of safety and environmental sustainability.

Laboratories
Seven research laboratories and one central laboratory for instrumental analysis are available for graduate students to access:

  • Distant Learning Studio
  • Computational Laboratory
  • Separation Process Laboratory
  • Polymer Technology Laboratory
  • Food and Bioprocess Engineering Laboratory
  • Coal, Gas and Petroleum Technology Laboratory
  • Ceramic and Composite Engineering Laboratory
  • Ceramic and Composite Engineering Laboratory
  • Energy Conservation and Pollution Prevention Laboratory
  • Chemical Reaction Engineering and Catalysis Laboratory
  • Studio for Process Simulation and Chemical Plant Design
  • Instrumental Analysis Laboratory (with advanced analysis tools such as gas chromatograph (GC), atomic absorption spectrophotometer (AAS), Fourier Transform Infrared Resonance (FT-IR), HPLC, Surface Area Analyzer and spectrophotometer).