Chemical Engineering Research
The faculty of the chemical engineering department are a diverse team of experts with a passion towards teaching excellence and high quality research. Specific areas of research emphasis include energy and environment, materials characterization and processing, biomaterials and tissue engineering, advanced separations, sub and supercritical fluids, and process design and simulation. Ongoing research projects under each of these topics are highlighted here. You may also visit individual faculty profile pages to learn more about their research, publications, and open positions.
Production of sustainable and cost-competitive renewable energy and carbon-based materials.
Biomimetic Scaffolds, Collagen, 3D Printing, Stem Cells
Separation of undesirable species from streams is a critical step in nearly every process.
Upgradation of wastes into values by using the sub-and supercritical properties of various fluids
Technoeconomical assessment (TEA) of hydrothermal carbonization process is performed for various applications
Synthesis and characterization of novel materials.