DTU Chemical Engineering main activities lie within the areas of product design, process design and production in the chemical, pharmaceutical, food technological & energy technology industries
DTU Chemical Engineering has a solid basis in technological core subjects and engineering scientific disciplines. The department's six research centers expand and build on this strong basis with specialised research activities
At DTU Chemical Engineering we are about 270 employees from 37 countries. Of those, approx. 100 are permanent scientific staff, 100 PhD students and 70 administrative and technical staff
PhD defence by Seyed Soheil...
9:30 PhD defence by Seyed Soheil Mansouri
PhD defence by Riccardo...
13:00 PhD defence by Riccardo Boiocchi
PhD defence by Aamir Shabbir
13:00 PhD defence by Aamir Shabbir
12th Annual Polymer Day
8:30 12th Annual Polymer Day
21 October 2016
Research seminar: The chemistry between researchers and industry
07 October 2016
Wood stove with better burning wins industry award
07 October 2016
Talented teens learn about the life of a scientist
26 September 2016
Novozymes and DTU increase focus on fermentation technology
CHEC focuses in the fields of Chemical Reaction Engineering and Combustion, emphasizing high-temperature processes, formation and control of harmful emissions catalysis, particle technology, and product design.
Denmark's leading research center in the areas of EOR, flow assurance, CCS and petroleum geoscience.
The goal of BioEng is to provide new biocatalytic conversion concepts for sustainable biorefining routes and bioproducts design based on generic research and ingenious chemical engineering.
Interdisciplinary research ranging from chemical synthetics, chemical and physical characterization of polymers and soft materials to fluid mechanics of complex fluids.
The goal of CAPEC-PROCESS center is to develop and validate state-of-the-art CAPE/PSE methods and tools, and the technologies for future chemical and bio-based processes.
PILOT PLANT’s main activities are based on the path from laboratory scale to pilot scale experimental processes with a strong focus on industrial practice.