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  1. Chemical and Process Engineering

    Die Verfahrenstechnik ist ein Teil der Produktionstechnik, die als Hybriddisziplin aus technischer Chemie und Maschinenbau gesehen werden kann. Der Titel bezeichnet die Ingenieurwissenschaft der Stoffumwandlung, in der aus einem Rohstoff durch eine chemische oder physikalische Umwandlung ein neues Produkt entsteht. Obwohl es eine Unmenge an verschiedenen Prozessen und Produkten gibt, ist die Menge der Grundoperationen - wie Destillieren, Zerkleinern, etc. - überschaubar. Der Studienplan bietet ein hohes Maß an Flexibilität. Während bei der Wahl des Chemieingenieurwesens vor allem in Laborübungen die nötige praktische Erfahrung vermittelt wird, beinhaltet die Anlagen- und Apparatebau-Spezialisierung arbeitsintensive Konstruktionsübungen. Das Thema der Masterarbeit kann aus allen an den Fakultäten für „Maschinenbau und Betriebswissenschaften“ und Technische Chemie der Technischen Universität Wien vertretenen Fachgebieten gewählt werden. ...

    Provider NameVienna University of Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Wien
  2. Chemical and Process Engineering

    Chemical and Process Engineering is a sector of production engineering which can be seen as a hybrid discipline of chemical engineering and process engineering. The title refers to the engineering science of transformation of substances where a new product results from chemical or physical transformation of a raw material. Although there are a great number of different processes and products the number of basic operations – such as distilling, shredding, etc. – is rather small. The compulsory education includes particle process technology, chemical process technology, systems engineering and process technology as well as industrial environmental engineering. Moreover, a comprehensive electives catalogue is offered, so that students can choose their specialisations according to their interests. To complete the degree programme students have to write a master’s thesis and pass an examination before a panel. ...

    Provider NameTechnische Universität Graz

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Austria, Steiermark
  3. Keemia- ja keskkonnakaitse tehnoloogia

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    Provider NameTallinna Tehnikaülikool

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Estonia
  4. Kütuste keemia ja tehnoloogia

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    Provider NameTallinna Tehnikaülikool

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Estonia
  5. Advanced Energy Solutions- Industrial Energy Processes and sustainability, Master of Science (Technology) (2 yrs)

    Interested in career in energy for our society? Want to be involved in development of rapidly-changing, future energy systems? Master Program in Advanced Energy Solutions may be the perfect match for you. There is an ongoing transition towards sustainable energy which combines smartness, flexibility and environmental performance with a customer acceptance and engagement. New energy system will be a complex combination of central and local resources. This calls for new thinking of primary sources, production, markets, transmission, use and customers as producer-consumers (prosumers). The program has four majors. In each of them, You will be provided a solid theoretical background, complimented with interdisciplinary studies to broaden and deepen the understanding of energy challenges in our society. The major Industrial Energy Processes and Sustainability will address fundamental chemical engineering knowledge and unit operations involved in chemical processes integrated to energy storage, energy conversion, recycling technologies and sustainability. This includes thermodynamics, mass and energy balances on reacting systems, chemical equilibria, chemical kinetics, catalysis, role of interphase and intraphase heat and mass transfer. Modelling and simulation has an important role in the analysis and design of energy processes. The other majors of the Advanced Energy Solutions are: Energy in Buildings and Built Environment Energy Systems and Markets   Energy Conversion Processes N.B. The program will start for the ...

    Provider NameAalto University, School of Chemical Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  6. Chemical, Biochemical and Materials Engineering- Chemical and Process Engineering, Master of Science (Technology) (2 yrs)

    The learning outcomes of the master's degree are based on the aims set for education leading to a Master of Science (Technology) as defined in the degree regulations of the School of Chemical Technology. The learning outcomes of the degree are further specified in the major- and course- specific descriptions of learning outcomes. The focus areas of the education are the sustainable use and processing of natural resources and new materials, including their technical applications. In the studies towards the major, students acquire advanced knowledge in a specific area of biotechnology, chemical technology or material science and technology. The education leading to a master’s degree is based on the professional practices of fields requiring expertise in science and technology and on scientific research generating new knowledge. Students may choose their minors or elective study modules so that their degree is a combination of technology, business, and art, typical of Aalto University. Students will adopt a responsible, goal-oriented and systematic way of working, and develop skills to work as experts in their area of specialisation both independently and in cooperation with experts of different fields, also in an international working environment. They will be able to express themselves clearly and unambiguously both orally and in writing and to tailor their communication to the target audience. Graduates of the programme will have achieved the key scientific and professional working methods of their area of spec ...

    Provider NameAalto University, School of Chemical Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  7. Chemical, Biochemical and Materials Engineering- Chemistry, Master of Science (Technology) (2 yrs)

    The learning outcomes of the master's degree are based on the aims set for education leading to a Master of Science (Technology) as defined in the degree regulations of the School of Chemical Technology. The learning outcomes of the degree are further specified in the major- and course- specific descriptions of learning outcomes. The focus areas of the education are the sustainable use and processing of natural resources and new materials, including their technical applications. In the studies towards the major, students acquire advanced knowledge in a specific area of biotechnology, chemical technology or material science and technology. The education leading to a master’s degree is based on the professional practices of fields requiring expertise in science and technology and on scientific research generating new knowledge. Students may choose their minors or elective study modules so that their degree is a combination of technology, business, and art, typical of Aalto University. Students will adopt a responsible, goal-oriented and systematic way of working, and develop skills to work as experts in their area of specialisation both independently and in cooperation with experts of different fields, also in an international working environment. They will be able to express themselves clearly and unambiguously both orally and in writing and to tailor their communication to the target audience. Graduates of the programme will have achieved the key scientific and professional working methods of their area of spec ...

    Provider NameAalto University, School of Chemical Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  8. Life Science Technologies- Biosystems and Biomaterials Engineering, Master of Science (Technology) (2 yrs)

    The learning outcomes of the master's degree are based on the aims set for education leading to a Master of Science (Technology) as defined in the degree regulations of the School of Chemical Technology. The learning outcomes of the degree are further specified in the major- and course- specific descriptions of learning outcomes. The focus areas of the education are the sustainable use and processing of natural resources and new materials, including their technical applications. In the studies towards the major, students acquire advanced knowledge in a specific area of biotechnology, chemical technology or material science and technology. The education leading to a master’s degree is based on the professional practices of fields requiring expertise in science and technology and on scientific research generating new knowledge. Students may choose their minors or elective study modules so that their degree is a combination of technology, business, and art, typical of Aalto University. Students will adopt a responsible, goal-oriented and systematic way of working, and develop skills to work as experts in their area of specialisation both independently and in cooperation with experts of different fields, also in an international working environment. They will be able to express themselves clearly and unambiguously both orally and in writing and to tailor their communication to the target audience. Graduates of the programme will have achieved the key scientific and professional working methods of their area of spec ...

    Provider NameAalto University, School of Chemical Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  9. Chemical, Biochemical and Materials Engineering- Biotechnology, Master of Science (Technology) (2 yrs)

    The learning outcomes of the master's degree are based on the aims set for education leading to a Master of Science (Technology) as defined in the degree regulations of the School of Chemical Technology. The learning outcomes of the degree are further specified in the major- and course- specific descriptions of learning outcomes. The focus areas of the education are the sustainable use and processing of natural resources and new materials, including their technical applications. In the studies towards the major, students acquire advanced knowledge in a specific area of biotechnology, chemical technology or material science and technology. The education leading to a master’s degree is based on the professional practices of fields requiring expertise in science and technology and on scientific research generating new knowledge. Students may choose their minors or elective study modules so that their degree is a combination of technology, business, and art, typical of Aalto University. Students will adopt a responsible, goal-oriented and systematic way of working, and develop skills to work as experts in their area of specialisation both independently and in cooperation with experts of different fields, also in an international working environment. They will be able to express themselves clearly and unambiguously both orally and in writing and to tailor their communication to the target audience. Graduates of the programme will have achieved the key scientific and professional working methods of their area of spec ...

    Provider NameAalto University, School of Chemical Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland
  10. Kemian-, bio- ja materiaalitekniikka, tekniikan kandidaatti ja diplomi-insinööri (3 v + 2 v)

    Kemian tekniikan korkeakoulun kandidaatin tutkinnon suoritettuaan opiskelija hallitsee teknillistieteellisen ajattelun ja työskentelytapojen perusteet yleisesti ja erityisesti bio-, materiaali- tai kemiantekniikan aloilla. Hän tunnistaa alojen keskeiset käsitteet, ilmiöt, lainalaisuudet, mallit ja tutkimusmenetelmät ja osaa soveltaa näitä käytännössä hyödyntäen yleisiä luonnontieteen, tekniikan ja matematiikan välineitä. Hänelle kehittyy insinööriosaamiseen perustuva yleinen ongelmanratkaisutaito. Hän kykenee arvioimaan insinöörityön tuloksia, prosesseja ja metodeja kriittisesti. Opiskelijalle muodostuu kokonaiskuva maapallon luonnonvaroista, energiataseesta, aine- ja energiavirroista ja näiden vaikutuksesta ilmastoon ja elinolosuhteisiin. Hän osaa eritellä luonnonvaroja kestävän käytön näkökulmasta. Opiskelijaa osaa tunnistaa, eritellä ja vertailla materiaalien ominaisuuksia niiden soveltuvuuden ja käyttökohteiden näkökulmasta. Hän osaa kuvata luonnontieteellisistä lähtökohdista yleisimmät oman alansa yksikköprosessit ja osaa lukea prosessikaavioita sekä pystyy tasetarkastelujen avulla hahmottamaan prosessikokonaisuuksia ja tuotteiden elinkaaria. Opiskelija tuntee bio-, materiaali- ja/tai kemiantekniikan alojen liiketoimintaa ja tuotteiden ja palveluiden kehitys- ja tuotantoprosesseja sekä pystyy osallistumaan niissä tarvittaviin insinöörityön vaiheisiin. Kandidaatin tutkintoa suorittaessaan opiskelija harjaantuu tarttumaan moniulotteisiin, avoimiin ongelmiin, joihin ei aina ole valmista tai yksiselitteistä ra ...

    Provider NameAalto University, School of Chemical Technology

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Finland

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