This course applies concepts from chemical kinetics and mass and energy balances to address chemical reaction engineering problems, with a focus on industrial applications. Students develop the ability to analyze and design chemical reactors of industrial importance.
This course builds upon the underlying theory in thermodynamics, reaction kinetics, and transport and applies these methods to electrosynthesis, fuel cell, and battery applications. Special focus is placed on addressing current challenges in state-of-the-art energy storage and conversion devices.
Synthesis and design of materials for sustainable energy.This seminar series will invite leading researchers from academia, industry, or
government agencies to give insightful talks on state-of-the-art characterization techniques that are used to better understand the
performance metrics of material