Chemical Engineering




Prospective Students

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The art of Chemical Engineering by Katherine-Jean Aggett

Beyond the department

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Postgraduate Open Day

The Open Day is a chance for prospective students for taught and research postgraduate degrees to find out more about UCL Engineering’s degree programmes, as well as to meet current students and potential tutors. It’s also an opportunity to visit UCL’s campus and see if this is the place for you.

Published: Nov 12, 2015 11:25:20 AM

Chemical Engineering Student Kiara Clement Blogs on Inaugural Student Leader Innovation Experience

Recently, 30 exceptional students at leading universities in the UK and China took part in the inaugural Student Leader Innovation Experience, sponsored by UnionPay International. The programme convenes young leaders studying in the UK and China to deepen trust and dialogue between future leaders in both countries, as well as develop Cultural Intelligence – the ability to cross divides and thrive in multiple cultures.

Published: Nov 11, 2015 3:04:44 PM

UCL Chemical Engineering Reception at Hotel Monaco Salt Lake City

To coincide with the 2015 AIChE Annual Meeting, the department will be holding a UCL Chemical Engineering Reception at Hotel Monaco Salt Lake City on Tuesday, 10th November 2015. The reception will be hosted by Professor Marc-Olivier Coppens (Head of Department), who will be joined by colleagues Professor Eva Sorensen and Dr Michail Stamatakis from the department.

Published: Nov 9, 2015 4:35:19 PM

BCECA Industry Day for 3rd Year Design Project Students

At the start of term the third year Design Project kicked off with an Industry Day event run by BCECA (British Chemical Engineering Contractor Association). The event was run by graduate engineers from Air Products, CB&I, Petrofac and Amec Foster Wheeler and included recent graduates from UCL who had completed the Design Project a few years ago.

The objective of the day was to give students an idea of factors that influence process design and project management exemplified by an air separation process project. The students worked in their design teams on challenging business focused problems that covered different aspects of the project life cycle from bidding and scheduling to purchasing. Chemical engineering problems on P&ID development, HAZOP brainstorming and commissioning gave students an understanding of what it is like to work as a process engineer in industry.

Published: Oct 30, 2015 1:44:48 PM

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