It is for this purpose that the CBS-GPE program has been reorganized into several focus areas, based on the existing research expertise and the collaborative work of several partners: green and sustainable chemistry, catalysis, thermal transformation, organometallic and coordination chemistry, process engineering, modelling, simulation and optimization, unit management and industrial management, microbiology and omics technology for P, N and K studies.
CBS-GPE projects aim to decipher the molecular mechanisms of each transformation, process and event, while bringing innovative technical solutions to industrial and social needs. In short, from the transformation of raw materials and waste to the development of green processes. Fuller Recognized for work on orientation dynamics in complex liquids; deformation of fluid-fluid interfaces; development of rheo-optical techniques. Elmer Gaden — Recognized as a pioneer in biochemical engineering. Established bioengineering and bioprocessing curricula at Columbia Univ.
Recognized for her work in colloid and surface phenomena. George Georgiou Recognized for developing protein-based inhaled anthrax therapies; discovered proteins to treat autoimmune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. Ignacio E. Grossmann Recognized for mixed integer nonlinear programming MINLP ; model formulation and solution for process design and operation.
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Keith E. Gubbins Recognized for work in modeling nano-porous material fabrication; effects of confinement on selective adsorption from mixtures, phase transitions; pioneering computer simulations. Carol K. Hall Recognized for work in generalized Flory dimer theory and Hall-Helfand correlation function; simulation of amyloid fibrils formation. Thomas J.
Hanratty Recognized for work on turbulence, wave generation, two-phase flow, and computer simulation of turbulence; fundamental studies of wave generation, hydrodynamic stability, and particle mixing. Louis Hegedus Recognized for work in catalysts and catalytic reactor design and performance; catalytic converter development. Arthur E. Humphrey Recognized for design, monitoring and control of bioprocesses. James D. Idol Recognized as inventor of ammoxidation processes and catalysts; patented process for the manufacture of acrylonitrile. Sheldon Isakoff — Recognized for industrial chemical engineering research; unsteady-state operations control.
Jacob N. Israelachvili Created first bio-mimetic on-off switchable adhesive mobile sensor; complex intersurface biological fluid and materials systems. Klavs Jensen Recognized for work in chemical and biological microsystems; materials synthesis and processing; multi-scale simulation. Keith P. Johnston Developed controlled-release bioerodible drug-delivery system; synthesized nanocrystal optoelectronic devices; nanoscale water-insoluble bioavailability.
Marvin M. Johnson Discovered metals passivation for catalytic cracking using antimony compounds; viscosity index improvers. William H. Frederick J. Karol Recognized for pioneering organotransition metal catalyst chemistry for Unipol fluidized reactors; low-density polyethylene resins, polyethylene process. George E. Keller II Recognized for pioneering work in chemical separations, particularly for modernizing pressure swing adsorption PSA for use in medical oxygen generation.
Chaitan Khosla Recognized for work on modification of genes involved in microbial production of polyketides; drugs to fight infectious diseases. Sangtae Kim Recognized for pharmaceutical radio frequency identification using fluidic self-assembly; suspension rheology computational methods.
Judson King Recognized for work in reversible chemical complexation for polar organics recovery solution. Julia A. Kornfield Recognized for work on polymer blend dynamics; flow alignment of liquid-crystalline and block polymers; physical aspects of new biomedical materials. Michael R. Ladisch Recognized for developing and scaling up new approaches and materials for process chromatography, absorptive bioseparations, and biocatalysis.
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Gerald D. Laubach Recognized for developing and commercializing anti-arthritic and anti-diabetic drugs. Former President of Pfizer. Cato T.
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Laurencin Recognized for novel polymer-synthesized ceramic-composite-based system for bone repair and in vitro evaluation. Li' Inventor and developer of liquid membranes. Henry Linden Recognized for work on global climate change; industrial ecology; energy resource assessment; clean coal technologies. Stephen L. Matson Recognized for work on multi-phase membrane reactors; liquid-liquid extractive membrane reactors; enzymatic membranes for synthesis and separation of peptides. John R. McWhirter Responsible for the invention, development and commercialization of the Unox System for secondary wastewater treatment by Union Carbide.
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Mensah Recognized for fiber optics development and applications; high-vacuum radio frequency sputtering. Founder, Superconductivity Technology. Edward W. Merrill Founder of biomedical engineering.
Pioneered use of films and surfaces in biomedical applications — rheological and clotting properties of human blood; polyethylene oxide as a biomaterial; molecular transport across membranes; artificial kidneys, blood oxygenation and accompanying CO 2 removal during open heart surgery. Arthur B. John J.
Mooney Recognized as co-inventor of automotive catalytic converter. President, Engelhard Industries. Julio M. Ottino Recognized for modeling of complex chaotic systems; mixing; three-phase dispersions; granular materials. In addition, some elective courses may be chosen to prepare for a specialisation. The ICT Innovation programme has separate application periods and admission procedures from the rest of the Master's programmes offered by Aalto University. Further information on the admission is available on the EIT Digital Master School website for prospective students masterschool.
Study objectives The Autonomous Systems AUS study programme is a combination of computer science and electrical engineering. Career opportunities At the moment, the job market looks very promising. Language of instruction The language of instruction of the programme is English. Tuition fees See the programme website for information on tuition fees and scholarships.
Study contents The programme is a double degree programme, which means that you will study at two European universities and in two different countries. Elective courses include autonomous mobile robots, micro- and nano robotics, computer vision, robotic vision, and machine learning. The students will learn how to build autonomous, intelligent robots and robotic systems.