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MPISC - INNOVATIVE AND SUSTAINABLE CHEMICAL ENGINEERING, MSC PROGR Läsår: 2007/2008
 

 
 

Programme aim

This Masters program aims to educate and train Masters of Engineering skilled in problem solving, building and analyzing models, within the area of Innovative and Sustainable Chemical Engineering (Innovativ och hållbar kemiteknik). The program will provide the research community, society and the industrial sector with highly educated chemical engineers that meet the highest international standards. They will be experts in innovative and sustainable chemical engineering, not only familiar with existing engineering skills but also involved in the development of emerging fields

Programme structure

The students are required to take 6 out of 8 compulsory courses. The courses are selected to give advanced knowledge in chemical engineering and an insightful base in global sustainability that is the constraint for all engineering work. They cover the basis in sustainable technology, production of renewable raw materials and efficient use of energy. Design and simulation of equipment and processes are also covered in the compulsory courses. Students that want a more in depth knowledge in a selected field are recommended to select one of the three tracks within the program. The program has three recommended tracks i.e. Modeling and Design, Pulp and Paper, Sustainable Development. The students can also combine courses according to their own interest. In most courses, the students will work in groups with open ended complex real life problems i.e. solutions must be found to problems with incomplete and uncertain data. The students will have ample opportunities to try alternative solutions and evaluate their ideas in comparison with existing industrial solutions. Adjunct professors and invited guest lecturers from industry present their view on product and process development.

Entry Requirements

Minimum formal requirements for admission to the programme include earlier engineering studies at least up to a level corresponding to three years of study at a Swedish university of technology, i.e. approximately equivalent to BSc at a British university. All participants must show sufficient proficiency in English, e.g. by a TOEFL test (minimum 550).

Sidansvarig Publicerad: må 13 jul 2020.