Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning & Data Analytics

Can you study Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and/or Data Analytics in the Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry? Absolutely!

News & Announcements

LLE 2023-24

Innovative and sustainable transportation and logistics solutions: Lamya Ezzeldin

Groundbreaking study seeks to illuminate how DNA-editing protein Cas9 interacts with genetic material

ISTEP/Troost ILead team gains international recognition for engineering leadership research

Breakthrough in water and energy harvesting

LLE 2023-24

Lectures at the Leading Edge (LLE) returns for the 2023-24 season. This series, which has been offered for nearly 30 years, seeks to engage world-class researchers and thought leaders in Canada and around the world to spark conversations on the latest innovations in existing and emerging areas relevant to chemical engineering, applied chemistry, education in engineering, and the engineering profession.
 
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Upcoming Events

Mar
6
Wed
11:00 am LLE: Revolutionizing Drug Delive... @ WB116
LLE: Revolutionizing Drug Delive... @ WB116
Mar 6 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Christine Allen, University of Toronto Host: Prof. Milica Radisic   The formulation of therapeutic agents in advanced drug delivery systems such as nanoparticles and microparticles can significantly improve their safety and efficacy. However, the design[...]
Mar
20
Wed
11:00 am LLE: Efficient Assessment: Getti... @ WB116
LLE: Efficient Assessment: Getti... @ WB116
Mar 20 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Peter Ostafichuk, University of British Columbia Host: Prof. Jennifer Farmer Assessment is widely viewed as an integral part of teaching and learning. More than a means to benchmark student performance, effective assessment is a powerful[...]
Apr
3
Wed
11:00 am LLE: Next Generation Membranes t... @ WB116
LLE: Next Generation Membranes t... @ WB116
Apr 3 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Ayse Asatekin, Tufts University Host: Prof. Jay Werber Membranes offer a highly energy-efficient, simple to operate, scalable and portable separation method for many applications, from water treatment to oil and gas processing to pharmaceutical manufacturing.[...]

Prospective Students

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As a Chemical Engineering student, you will learn to address issues with a large impact on society: the need to decrease our environmental footprint, create sustainable processes, improve human health, and more.

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Research & Partnerships

Addressing industry challenges with research-based solutions

The Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry at the University of Toronto has a long tradition of successful collaborations with industrial partners that address commercially relevant technical challenges. The University provides excellent institutional support for strategic industry-university partnerships that maximize impact by leveraging various federal and provincial funding sources.

Our faculty members are world leaders in their fields working with diverse and talented graduate students and postdoctoral fellows on real-world problems in sectors as diverse as energy, environment, health, bioprocessing, pulp and paper, industrial water and mineral extraction.

Examples of our industrial collaborations include:

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