Chemical Engineering (CE)

Chemical Engineering (CE)

The areas entailed in Chemical Engineering are extensive, including energy (battery technology, renewable energy, solar energy, etc.), water treatment (desalination, wastewater treatment), polymers, micro-electric, nanotechnology, drug production, and biotechnology, petroleum chemical products, safety, and environmental protection, etc.
The Wolfson Chemical Engineering Faculty of the Technion was founded in 1952 and is the first Chemical Engineering program in Israel, which has had major influences on industries in Israel. The main teaching ideas of this program are based on the advanced research and teaching management experience of the Wolfson Chemical Engineering Faculty and actively cultivate talents to meet local economical and industrial developments challenges. Guangdong Province plays an important role in China in the fields of chemical engineering, energy, and medicine industry, hence, there is an enormous need for people with the ability to conduct high-level research and development with a chemical engineering background.
The Chemical Engineering program at GTIIT seeks to achieve advanced international standards and is a discipline combining chemistry, biochemistry, and engineering tools. The program courses include traditional fundamental chemistry as well as engineering, merged with high-level theory and tools e.g., nanotechnology, biomedical engineering, water desalination technology, and new energy.
By absorbing and utilizing the program development and the talent cultivation experience of the Chemical Engineering Department of the Technion, this program is committed to cultivating high-level engineering scientific and technological talents with a solid knowledge base, broad international vision, and creative thinking.
The goal, among others, is that the graduates of the program will be able to make a tremendous contribution to serve the industrial innovation of the eastern Guangdong region and China, as a whole, as the Technion graduates have been doing for Israel’s economic development.
The program facilitates cutting-edge research in various research fields, which include: 1. Multiphase process engineering; 2. Membrane separation technology; 3. Polymer rheology and processing; 4. Modern catalytic technology; and 5. Biotechnology metabolic engineering. The faculty has obtained remarkable scientific research achievements in related fields.

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