Welcome to the Department of Applied Chemistry

 

The Department of Applied Chemistry is part of the Faculty of Applied Sciences (Ecole Polytechnique) at the University of Liege. It groups 60 people including five professors, two permanent FNRS, 30 researchers and logistics, technical and administrative staff.

The research and training of the department are dedicated to areas of material synthesis, material characterization, hydrodynamics in multiphase systems, convective drying of deformable materials, tomography, computer-aided process engineering and development, environment and cryotechnics.
Officially created by the Board of Administrators of ULg on September 2001
President: A. LÉONARD
Vice-President: D. TOYE
Delegate of the Scientific staff: MN. DUMONT

 

     Master ingénieur civil en chimie et sciences des matériaux:

 

 

 

pdf PRESENTATION

 

 

 

Program of the courses

 

 

 

 

     Becoming a Chemical Engineer: Why? How?

 

 

 

The Chemical Industry in Belgium

pdf PRESENTATION

(in French)

 

 

 

 


The Department of Chemical Engineering invites applications for a tenure-track full-time faculty position in the field of
 “Intensification of chemical-industry processes based on systems analysis”.

The successful candidate is expected to develop and to use tools for the design and optimization of industrial processes, as well as its constituting units. The position requires an expertise in the fields of modelling, control, and simulation of chemical processes, which includes the integration of energetic, security, economical, as well as environmental aspects. In addition to research, the selected candidate will have teaching and administrative duties in the school of engineering, particularly in the Department of Applied Chemistry.

Application deadline is March 31th 2015. Specific requirements can be found in the attached file.


 


 


 

Institut de Chimie-Bâtiment B6, Sart Tilman, 4000 Liège, Belgium

 

dept.chimieappliquee@ulg.ac.be

 

President of the Department :Léonard Angélique

 

Webmaster:Thierry Salmon