Chemical and Process Engineering
UC research aims to beat drug-resistant flu (27 August 2012)
A University of Canterbury (UC) research project is looking to beat drug-resistance in the war on flu.
A world first for University of Canterbury (16 August 2012)
A University of Canterbury academic has produced a world first recycled plastic and sawdust composite building material.
New Scholarship Available (11/4/13)
Joule heating of Pinus radiata logs for phytosanitary purposes: in depth investigation by experimentation and computational modelling.
A scholarship is available for study towards a Master of Engineering (ME) degree at the University of Canterbury. The successful candidate will, for their thesis research project, continue development of a novel reactor for Fischer-Tropsch Fuels production. The aim of this project is to fine tune, scale up and test a larger version of a new reactor. Further information.
Producing Fuel from Air and Electricity
Marsden grant recipient, Dr Aaron Marshall is researching the possibility of producing fuel from air and electricity
Entre $75k Challenge 2012 awards $20k Prize for Alga BioPro Ltd. Congratulations go to Alga BioPro Ltd team who won second place and $20k.
Caltex Teaching Award Proudly Supported by Caltex.
Recognises outstanding achievements in the teaching of chemical engineers.
Recipient: Associate Professor Ken Morison
Ken won the award at Chemeca 2012. Chemeca is the annual conference of the Australian and New Zealand community of chemical engineers and industrial chemists
New staff and visitors have recently joined the Department.
UC's Department of Chemical and Process Engineering has been ranked in the Top 100 in the international QS World University Rankings subject ranking.