Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at OHIO
Chemical engineers are problem solvers - they bring new medicines to market, develop alternative fuels, keep food manufacturing safe, and create new manufacturing materials. They move small-scale designs to commercial production while limiting costs and harmful effects on the environment. At the Russ College, you'll get a technical foundation in chemistry, math, and science, and you will learn to apply it to make the world healthier, safer, and more sustainable. You'll learn how you can create for good.
Ph.D. student Huiru Wang successfully defends dissertationDecember 2, 2022
Huiru Wang, a Ph.D. student in the Institute for Corrosion and Multiphase Technology (ICMT), successfully defended her dissertation.Read More
Computer science students build Discord bot in HACK OHI/O competitionNovember 22, 2022
Computer science students Justin Garey, Reilly Schultz and Silas Springer traveled to Columbus, Ohio to represent Ohio University in a collegiate hackathon, a coding competition.Read More
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Seminar Series
Fall 2022 | Mondays, 2:00 - 2:55 pm ET
Dr. Korie Sell, Professor, Technology Commercialization Manager, Ohio University
“Technology Transfer at Ohio University and Career Opportunities"
NO SEMINAR - LABOR DAY
Dr. Alexia Finotello, Quality Manager, Packaging, Speciality Plastics & Hydrocarbons, Dow Chemical
"Setting the stage for a career in industry"
Dr. David Bergsman, Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering, University of Washington
“The Future of Industrial Decarbonization and Nanotechnology through Atomic Layer Processing"
Dr. John Kopchick, Goll-Ohio Eminent Scholar and Professor of Molecular Biology, Ohio University
“Growth Hormone, Mini-mice, Football, Dirty Shorts, and a New Drug”
Dr. Taeyoung Kim, Assistant Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Clarkson University
“Electro-driven processes for nutrient recovery from wastewater"
Dr. Alex Pinto, Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Manhattan College
“The application of adsorption and photocatalysis to the mitigation of model pollutants in lab scale"
Dr. Luis Diaz Aldana, Electrochemical Engineer/Scientist, Idaho National Laboratory
“Electrochemical techniques for critical materials recycling"
Dr. Sarah Davis, Associate Professor, Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Service, Ohio University
“Co-management opportunities for improving life-cycle impacts of renewable energy systems"
NO SEMINAR - AlChE Conference
Dr. Roneisha Haney, Research Chemical Engineer, Air Force Research Laboratory
“Additive Manufacturing of Polymer Composites: Materials Development, Processing, and Real-time Measurements”
Three Minute Thesis