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  • CBE202 생명화학공학개론 (Introduction to Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering)

    General concepts of applying physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics to chemical and biological systems. The applications of material and energy balances, reaction engineering, viscous and potential flows, heat and mass transfer and thermodynamics will be introduced. Special topics include heat, security, materials and energy, biotechnology for biorefinery, materials, human health and environment.


  • The chemical treatment step of chemical processes is the main theme of this lecture, since it is the heart of the process, the thing that makes or breaks the process economically. Reactor design uses information, knowledge, and experince from a variety of areas- thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, mass transfer, and economics. Chemical reaction engineering is the synthesis of all these factors with the aim of properly designing a chemical reactor. To find what areactor is able to do we need to know the kinetics, the contacting pattern and the performance equation ; i.e., output = f[input,kinetics,contacting]. With this expression we can compare different designs and conditions, find which is best, and then scale up to larger units.

  • This course provides a rigorous introduction to nanomaterials science and engineering. The course focuses on the fundamental chemical and physical concepts important to the field. The goal of the course is to enable students to read and understand basic concepts prevalent in the “nano” literature, and to recognize the current outstanding issues facing researchers in the field.
  • This course deals with principles and applications of key techniques of molecular biotechnology. The scope of this course includes basic molecular biology and recombinant DNA technology. This course also covers key biotechnologies such as protein engineering and molecular diagnostics. This course is designed to equip our Chem. & Biomol. Eng. students with basic but very important molecular biotechnologies.

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