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The Department of Chemical Engineering (DCE) of the Engineering  School of the University of Patras was established in 1977. The mission of DCE is to produce chemical engineers educated in research, development and optimization of methods for production of industrial products, in materials technology, in environmental protection and in energy production.
 
DCE follows the modern trends and international dynamics of the science of chemical engineering, which pioneers in areas such as biotechnology and biological engineering, nanotechnology and renewable and alternative energy forms, being a center of excellence in several of these areas.

Education and research in DCE are carried out according to international quality standards and have resulted in numerous distinctions of the Department, faculty and alumni who have proven able to meet successfully in the highly competitive Greek, European and international environment.
 


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The installation of our new equipment was successfully completed last Friday, 12th of February, in the Chemical Engineering Processes Laboratory. It is going to be used exclusively for student practice in the framework of 'Chemical Engineering Processes Laboratory II'. This equipment i...

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Constantinos G. Vayenas, Professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering of the University of Patras and Member of the Academy of Athens, was elected Member of the US National Academy of Engineering (ΝΑΕ).

Election to the National Academy of Engineering is among the highest professiona...

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Professor Spyros Pandis is the recipient of the David Sinclair Award for the year 2016, granted by the American Association for Aerosol Research (AAAR). This honor comes a few days after he recieved the Lawrence K. Cecil Award given by the...

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Professor John Tsamopoulos has been named a Fellow of the American Physical Society  “For outstanding contributions, via insightful computations and analyses, to the fundamental understanding of flows of two-phase materials and viscoplastic fluids”...

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At the ceremonial session which took place at the Academy of Athens on December 23rd 2015, the Academic Prize Pericles S. Theocharis was awarded as the best project in the field of...