Postgraduate course: Materials Chemicals
Course Description:
Materials and chemicals are key technologies that provide the high-end materials needed in modern society. With the deepening of disciplines, the production of advanced materials and chemicals with structure and function has become the frontier of current chemical engineering research. With the deepening of research on new materials and new energy, the transfer process on the material scale, multi-dimensional, multi-scale and versatility in chemical conversion have become new problems in materials and chemicals. Material chemical engineering, including structural design, functional characterization, preparation and application of materials, has become one of the representatives of new chemical engineering technology.

This course is designed to systematically teach basic scientific issues and key research methods in materials and chemicals. This course is mainly composed of three parts. The first part is important new materials, such as energy materials, structural and functional relationships of catalytic materials, the second part is the research method of material chemical industry; the third part is the important new material chemical new technology.

Through the study of this course, graduate students will have a systematic understanding of the foundation and frontier of materials and chemicals, and master the design principles, research methods and innovative approaches of materials and chemicals. The course also enables students to master the cutting-edge issues of today’s cutting-edge energy, materials, and chemistry disciplines, and to develop the ability and awareness of graduate students to consciously and actively use multidisciplinary knowledge in the scientific research process. The course will adopt classroom lectures and case studies to achieve the purpose of teaching.

Undergraduate course: Nano Energy

Participate in the teaching of “Leadership in Chemical Engineering”, “Introduction to Chemical Engineering and Polymer Materials”, “Chemical Process and Equipment Design”, and “Experimental Research Training”.

Cooperative teachers: Professor Wei Fei; Associate Professor Wei Weizhong; Associate Professor Wang Wei; Associate Professor Luo Guohua; Associate Professor Zhang Yingying

Partner: Fritz Haber Institute of Max Planck Institute; Shenyang Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Shanxi Coal Chemical Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences; Qufu Normal University, Shandong; Harbin Engineering University, etc….