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  • The Basic concept of heterogeneous catalysis including the catalytic activity and selective adsorption, kinetic models, catalyst preparation and experimental evaluation will be explained. Typical catalytic systems of industrial importance will be discussed ; metal supported catalysts, acid and zeolites, catalytic oxidation, and energy and environmental catalysis.
  • As microfluidics plays an important role in biotechnology and nanotechnology, the goals of ‘ microfluidics ’ course can be set as; firstly, understanding of physical phenomena in fluid flow of microfluidics, and secondly, obtaining the insight for the analysis, optimization or design of microfluidic system based on fundamental understanding. Also, various fabrication technologies for microfluidic systems and applications of microfluidic system in engineering and science will be introduced. This course is divided into four parts.
  • The objective of 'Heat and Molecular Transfer' course can be summarized as;

    First, students are guided to understand the physical phenomena in heat andmolecular (mass) transfer observed in chemical and biological engineering processes. Second, the ability to apply these basic principles to the analysis, designand optimization of the real processes is practiced.

    In this course, basic principles of molecular (mass) transfer will be studied first. Then, followingthese principles, steady and unsteady molecular diffusion will be studied. Convective transport of molecules will be studied for laminar flow if fluid flow is involved. For heat transfer, basic principles of heat transfer will be studied and then steadyand unsteady heat conduction will be studied based on basic principles.Convective transport of heat will be studied for laminar flow if fluid flow is involved. Iftime is permitted, natural convection, condensation, radiative heat transport will be covered.

  • This class will cover advanced methods in the characterization of polymer chains and their behaviors, particular in solutions and thin films. We will deal with the principles of various experimental techniques from a fundamental point of view to the applications in nanostructured polymeric materials. It covers in an integrated way both current experimental results and the most important theoretical background to understand the experimental techniques. And 2-dimensional X-ray scattering (GI-XS), microscopy techniques (TEM, SEM and AFM) and surface analysis tools including XPS and DSIMS will be reviewed and discussed.

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