The Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science will continue teaching the majority of undergraduate and graduate Fall 2021 term courses by remote curriculum delivery. For information on which courses will be offered on-campus or in hybrid modality, please visit the undergraduate or graduate courses pages.
As a chemical engineer, you can choose your own adventure. An incredibly versatile discipline that combines engineering principles and the sciences of chemistry, biology and physics, chemical engineers create everything from cleaner water and better-tasting food, to more powerful silicon microchips, beauty products, and medicines. The career possibilities are truly endless, with many chemical engineers also going on to leadership roles in business and education, or to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams and goals for environmental sustainability.
In the Department of Chemical Engineering, our students receive training from renowned, award-winning professors. Our undergraduates have the opportunity to join teams taking prizes at water treatment and chemical plant design competitions, and gain invaluable work experience through our mandatory co-operative program. Our graduate students work on innovative research that accelerates their careers and changes lives—from engineering cartilage tissue to designing cancer-fighting polymers.
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August 25, 2021
The department welcomes the following industry leaders into our Program Advisory Council:
Zack Sayevich is an alumni of our program. He graduated in 2007, and is currently working at the City of Toronto as a Manager in Toronto Water, Process Control Systems Unit.
Marzieh Baghi is also an alumni of our program. She graduated in 2012, and has been working in the food industry since then. Currently, she is Director of Engineering and Technical Services at Sofina Foods.
Ibrahim Melih Tamner has graduate degrees in food engineering, and has been involved in biomedical and biochemical research with chemical engineering faculty at Ryerson and Waterloo. He is currently the Knowledge Management and Innovation Lead, Manufacturing Technology at Sanofi Pasteur.
August 24, 2021
The first Graduate Seminar CE8102 will be held on Tuesday, October 5, 3:00-6:00pm