国际留学生

 Chemical Engineering and Technology
(Discipline code: 0817)
April 2014

The degree discipline of Chemical Engineering and Technology is a national key discipline, and a top priority discipline in Shanghai. The discipline boasts of state key labs of chemical engineering and bioreactor engineering, a national research center of engineering and technology for salt lake resources, a national research center of ultrafine powder engineering, a national research center of biochemical engineering and technology, and a ministry of education key lab for advanced materials, a ministry of education research center of resource (salt lake) process engineering, a ministry of education large scale industrial bioreactor engineering center, etc. In 2008, the program was selected as the 985 Project Innovation Platform for clean and efficient utilization of coal and key technology of petroleum engineering. The program is led by such excellent advisors as academicians of Chinese Academy of Sciences, academicians of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, selectees of the 1000 Plan, the 973 Program chief scientists, Yangzi River Scholars, the 863 Program experts, and New Century excellent talents.

(1) Training Objective

The discipline is aimed at fostering studentsability in keeping abreast of the advancements in chemical and physical processes in all types of processing industries(chemical industry in particular), in meeting the modern chemical industrys needs for top chemical engineering talents; the graduates are expected to possess the fundamental theories and systematic professional knowledge, the spirit of innovation and team work, and the ability to excel at development, education, and management in the modern chemical industries and some other related fields.

(2) Academic Structure and Program Duration

The duration of program for master students is 2.5-year, with a maximum of 5 years; the course credits are valid for 5 years since the enrollment.

(3) Research fields

1. Chemical Engineering

2. Chemical Technology

3. Applied Chemistry

4. Industrial Catalysis

5. Biochemical Engineering

(4) Curriculums

1. Master students in the program must get at least 26 credits, and usually in the first academic year after the enrollment.

    2. The curriculum for master students is based on a credit system. Students who failed in mathematics and professional core courses can have a retake in the exams or some related courses; Students who retake the exams or the courses must obtain the qualification after a course selection, and the make-up examinations will be arranged in the following academic year along with the students of that academic year. No special exams will be arranged. Students who fail over 6 credits after re-taking the exams or courses should quit the program.

(5) Midterm Evaluation

1. Midterm evaluation of master students will be held in the 3rdsemester, the corresponding colleges should be in charge of the evaluation.

    2. All corresponding credits of the required courses have to be acquired before the midterm evolution.

    3. Midterm evaluation concerns credits and scores of the courses, attendance of the academic events, and thesis proposal, etc. Students must complete two literature reviews and pass the experiment skill tests before the midterm evaluation.

    4. Thesis proposal: master students should first do a literature search and an actual survey, grasp the frontier of the research discipline, pay attention to the intellectual property, write a literature review, and complete a thesis proposal based on the review. Finally, students must report and defend in public in a session arranged by the advisors. Only the students who pass the evaluation can start their thesis proposals.

(6) Publications

The requirements of publications are determined by each individual academic degree committee.

(7) Thesis and Degree Awarding

The thesis reflects the fundamental knowledge and research capabilities of master students. It well indicates the quality of the graduate training program.

 

    The intellectual property of the research and achievements involved in the thesis belong to East China University of Science and Technology. In the case of graduate training program or thesis collaborated with other training institutes, the intellectual property will be decided based on the contract.

 

    The review of the thesis, defense, and degree application/award and so on will be processed according to <Interim Degree Regulations of the Peoples Republic of China> and <Detailed Rules of East China University of Science and Technology on Degree Award>.

ECUST Graduate Courses for International Students

The degree discipline of Chemical Engineering and Technology

( ≥ 26 credits, complete in four study periods)

Course number

Course Name

credits

Study Period

Lecturer

1

2

3

4

1.Public course (courses for degrees, elective courses, select professional elective courses to meet 4 credit requirement), ≥ 4 credits

006M0701FFA001

Numerical Methods

2

 

 

Jie Liao, Liang Bao

006M0701FFA002

Optimization Methods

2

 

 

Chunjie Su, Xiwen Lu

006M0701FFA003

Computational Statistics

2

 

 

Xiyuan Qian, Shaowen Yu

022M0817FFA001

Basic Chinese (compulsory course)

2

 

 

 

 

2.Professional Courses, ≥ 20 credits

001M0817FFB001

Design of Experiments and Analysis of Data in Chemical Engineering

 Compulsory Courses

2

 

 

 

Guiping Cao, Hui Lv

002M0817FFB119

Experimental Technology in Modern Instrumental Analysis

one out of two

2

 

 

Lingzhi Wang, Ming Yang Xing, Juying Lei

003M0817FFB001

Analytical Methods of Biomacromolecules

2

 

 

Ping Shi, Tianwen Wang, Li Zhou

001M0817FFB002

Advanced Separation Engineering

Chemical Engineering, Chemical Technology Compulsory Courses

2

 

 

 

Zhenliang Xu, Hu Yang

001M0817FFB003

Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodyanmics

2

 

 

 

Shuangliang Zhao, Jin Xu

001M0817FFB004

Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering

2

 

 

Tao Liu, Zhenhao Xi

001M0817FFB005

Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics

2

 

 

 

Xiaogang Yang

002M0817FFB120

Characterization of Catalysts

Industrial Catalysis Compulsory Courses

2

 

 

Yanqin Wang, Xinyi Wang

002M0817FFB121

Catalysis Principles

2

 

 

Xueqing Gong, Peijun Hu

002M0817FFB122

Functional Materials

Applied Chemistry Compulsory Courses

2

 

 

Weihong Zhu, Xin Chen

002M0817FFB123

Advanced Analysis Chemistry

2

 

 

Yitao Long, Xiaofeng Tong

002M0817FFB125

Advanced Organic Chemistry

2

 

 

Xinyan Wu, Gang Zou

002M0817FFB124

Polymer Chemistry

2

 

 

Weian Zhang, Feng Liu

003M0817FFB002

Bioseparation Engineering

Biochemical Engineering Compulsory Courses

2

 

 

Xuejun Cao, Junfen Wan

003M0817FFB003

Biocatalysis and Enzyme Technology

2

 

 

Shu Quan, Jianhe Xu

003M0817FFB004

Advanced Bioreaction Engineering

2

 

 

Yue Guan, Weilu Lin

001M0817FFC001

Energy Chemical Engineering

Elective Courses

2

 

 

 

Xuhong Guo, Yisheng Xu

003M0817FFC001

Biomass Energy Process Engineering

 

2

 

 

 

Jie Bao, Jian Zhang

001M0817FFC002

Intensified Chemical Processes

 

2

 

 

Zhiwen Qi, Yijiang Wu

003M0817FFC002

Principles of Tissue Engineering

 

2

 

 

Zhaoyang Ye, Wensong Tan

003M0710FFC001

Molecular Immunology

 

2

 

 

 

Yushu Ma, Dong Yi

3. Academic seminars, humanism (non-degree courses), 2 credits

 

Seminar

 

2

 

 

 

 

advisor

Notice:

According to the principle of resource sharing, to satisfy the characteristic training of students, students may select the courses in the same discipline as professional elective courses after approval by the advisors and the school committee.