February 1, 2016 Adam Simpson Adam Simpson awarded a 2015 DAAD RISE
January 10, 2016 Grossmann Tsinghua Ignacio Grosmann delivers talk at Tsinghua Forum Award
January 6, 2016 Walker Faraday Professor Lynn Walker presents at Faraday Discussion
January 6, 2016 Tilton Published Bob Tilton et al published in the Journal of Colloid and Interface Science
December 23, 2015 Maggie Chen Senior Maggie Chen selected as a 2016 Andrew Carnegie Scholar
December 22, 2015 Rothberg Jonathan Rothberg (E '85) will receive the National Medal of Technology and Innovation
December 12, 2015 Tilton Denmark Professor Bob Tilton Delivered two seminars in Denmark
About The Department of Chemical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon
The Department of Chemical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon is one of the premier chemical engineering departments in the country. It has a 100+ year history of innovation and creativity in both teaching and in research. Our primary missions are to educate undergraduate and graduate students, and to discover and disseminate knowledge through research. The department is committed to achieving excellence in these activities, and evaluates the success and leadership of its programs using the highest standards of quality, innovation, and visibility, while at the same time providing a friendly and supportive atmosphere. Our students will acquire strong fundamental skills complemented by professional skills including the ability to communicate and work in teams. Our goal is to produce students and faculty who will become leaders in their areas.
The department currently includes 21 faculty members and several adjunct professors. The student body includes approximately 200 undergraduates, 90 PhD and 100 Master's students (MChE, MS), with 25 postdoctoral research fellows and visitors. The department awards 60-70 BS degrees, 50 MChE/MS degrees, and 20 PhD degrees each year. All faculty are engaged in research and teaching.
Five faculty are members of the National Academy of Engineering:
Lorenz T. Biegler
Many faculty have received major national awards from AIChE, ACS, ASEE, AAAS, and Dreyfus and Sloan Foundations. The department has excellent computational and experimental facilities, for both teaching and research. The department is housed in Doherty Hall which has undergone a $28 million renovation, creating state-of-the art research and teaching facilities.