The Department of Chemical Engineering will host visitors and faculty members from Myongji University, on November 29, 2016 at the Chemical Engineering Building, Room A203, 9AM to 11:30AM.
Students and faculty from all departments and institutes of the College of Engineering are invited to join us, as we discuss potential research collaborations and graduate program opportunities at Myongji University, led by Dr. Jeong Gil Seo, from the university’s Department of Energy, Science and Technology (DEST).
Notable participating faculty members from Myongji University and their CVs are linked below. If you are interested in their fields, please join us!
Dr. Jeong Gil Seo
Dr. Wook-Jin Chung
Dr. Hern Kim
The final assignment of advisees ChE 143-144 (AY 2016-17) are shown here. Students are encouraged to communicate with their advisers for instructions on how to proceed with their research.
The results of the third round of application for ChE 143-144 advisers are shown here. Accepted students are encouraged to communicate with their advisers for instructions on how to proceed with their research.
For those still without an adviser or topic, please wait for further announcements around the first week of July.
The results of the second round of application for ChE 143-144 advisers are shown here. Accepted students are encouraged to communicate with their advisers for instructions on how to proceed with their research.
The list of available topics and advisers is found here. For inquiries, please contact the adviser directly.
The deadline of submission of application documents for the second round is on June 27, 2016.
The results of the first round of application for ChE 143-144 advisers are shown here. Accepted students are encouraged to communicate with their advisers for instructions on how to proceed with their research.
The list of available topics and advisers is found here. Note that some topics have changed from the first round. Please follow the number of slots allocated for every topic.
The deadline of submission of application documents for the second round is on June 20, 2016.
The application process for undergraduate research advisers (ChE 143-144) for AY 2016-2017 opens on May 28, 2016, and the deadline of the first round of application is on June 9.
The matrix of advisers and topics is found below, and the application process will be discussed at the Undergraduate Research and Plant Design Colloquium on May 28. It is highly encouraged that students communicate with their prospective advisers for more information about their research topics.
Matrix of Advisers and Topics (ChE 143) AY 2016-2017
AY16-17 Undergraduate Research Adviser Application Process
ChE 143 Application Form
The UP Diliman Department of Chemical Engineering (DChE) is now hiring Instructors and Lecturers to start in the First Semester of AY2016-17. Interested applicants are requested to submit the following documents to email@example.com and/or to Ms. Diwata Ronda at Room A202 (Admin Office) of the DChE Building not later than June 1, 2016:
(1) Letter of Intent (including the Teaching Philosophy and Career Plan)
(2) Curriculum Vitae
(3) Academic transcripts (TOR or TCG)
In evaluating applications, the Department is seeking evidences of
(1) a strong background in Chemical Engineering;
(2) the passion for teaching, mentoring and research; and
(3) an understanding and commitment to the vision and mission of the University, College and Department.
The Department of Chemical Engineering is currently looking for ChE students who are interested in travelling to Japan for the “Safety and Relief and Japanese Culture” Program of the Asian Cooperative Program Consortium which is led by the Kansai University of International Studies.
The program will feature on Japanese culture, disaster management lectures, as well as several fieldworks on selected sites. Selected participants will also get a chance to visit famous tourist spots in Japan and a possible transfer of credits. The program fee is at JPY 100,000 excluding the airfare of the student.
Interested students may apply to this program by submitting the requirements listed below by January 15, 2016. Successful applicants can also apply for a scholarship amounting to JPY 80,000. The following are the required documents for application:
- Resume with picture
- True Copy of Grades with GWA Certification
- Essay on how the program can help the student’s academic advancement
Announcing the updated list of accepted applicants for ChE Dissertation and Thesis Advisers as of the end of the First Semester 2015-2016. Please see matrix of Advisers-Advisees-Topics (click on the table to enlarge it for reading). Please start consultations with your respective advisers as soon as possible, to work on your thesis/dissertation proposals for presentation in the ChE Graduate Students’ Colloquium to be held this Second Semester. All the best as you progress forward toward finishing your graduate studies.
Two visiting professors are expected in DChE during the first quarter of 2016. Both will give lectures in ChE 298/EgyE 298 (Potential and Challenges of Thermochemical and Biological Conversion of Biomass to Biofuels and Other Compounds) that will be offered during the Second Semester 2015-2016:
Dr. Anthony Halog, from the School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management, University of Queensland. His expertise are in the fields of Industrial Ecology, Green Chemistry, Sustainability Science and Engineering, and Circular/Green Economy. He will be hosted by Dr. Florencio C. Ballesteros, Jr. and will be giving two lectures on Life Cycle Analysis in the ChE 298/EgyE 298 course to be offered by Dr. Rizalinda de Leon. His arrives January 16, 2016 and will be in the country for 1 month.
Dr. Luc Fillaudeau from the Laboratory of Biosystem and Process Engineering, Institut Nacional des Sciences Appliquees (INSA), Toulouse. His expertise is in irreducible couplings between heat, mass and momentum transport in complex and evolving biosystems. He will be hosted by Dr. Rizalinda de Leon and will also be giving lectures in the ChE 298/EgyE 298 course mentioned above. Visit Dates is March 6 to 20, 2016.
Schedules of other lectures to be given by the visiting professors will be announced as these are finalized.