Log in or create an account

Faculty Ad

Ad has expired

Institution:Nanyang Technological University
Department:Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Location:Singapore, Singapore
Target rank:Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor
Tenure track:yes
Start date:flexible
Posting date:November 4, 2010
Application deadline:none
More info URL:http://www.scbe.ntu.edu.sg/Pages/default.aspx
Contact: Ang Shiou Ching
Research areas:Separations, Energy, Transport phenomena, Nanotechnology, Dynamics/control, Process engineering, Environment/sustainability, Modeling/simulation, Thermo/stat-mech, Bioengineering, Reaction engineering, Materials, Education, Manufacturing/logistics

Posting PDF

The chemical and biomedical sectors are the second and third largest manufacturing sectors in Singapore respectively. In response to the increasing importance of their contribution to Singapore’s future economic growth and manufacturing output, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has recently established the School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering. The School hosts two Divisions: (a) the Division of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering which offers degree programs in core chemical engineering disciplines with research emphasis on catalysis/ nanosupport, pharmaceutical engineering, regenerative medicine, engineering biology, fundamental chemical engineering and process systems modelling/ design and (b) the Division of Bioengineering which offers biomedical-related degree programs with emphasis on with emphasis on devices (biomedical), physiology, systems biology and nanomedicine relevant to the healthcare and medical industry.

The School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering attracts top undergraduate students in Singapore and is well-funded. It is well-equipped with state-of-the-art equipment in materials characterization, separation process and tissue engineering. Successful applicants can look forward to a research-stimulating environment and interaction with some of the best undergraduates and postgraduates students in Singapore and Asia.