## Term Schedule

### Fall 2016

Number | Title | Instructor | Time |
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CHE 113 YATES M TR 9:40 - 10:55 | |||

Course Content and Method of Instruction: Lectures and discussion. Methodology and problem solving techniques in chemical engineering; the concepts of mass and energy conservation in both reacting and non-reacting chemical systems; the concept of equilibrium in chemical and physical systems and the basic principles of thermodynamics are presented; both steady state and transient behavior are discussed for some special systems. | |||

CHE 113 YATES M F 14:00 - 15:15 | |||

Course Content and Method of Instruction: Lectures and discussion. Methodology and problem solving techniques in chemical engineering; the concepts of mass and energy conservation in both reacting and non-reacting chemical systems; the concept of equilibrium in chemical and physical systems and the basic principles of thermodynamics are presented; both steady state and transient behavior are discussed for some special systems. | |||

CHE 150 ANTHAMATTEN M TR 15:25 - 16:40 | |||

An introductory engineering course about energy production, conversion, and utilization. The first half of the course covers energy and power metrics, material and energy balances and the fundamental laws of thermodynamics. The remainder of the course examines traditional and alternative energy sources, energy distribution, and energy utilization. Course activities include weekly homework assignments, exams, and a project. Emphasis is on assumption-based problem solving. | |||

CHE 150 ANTHAMATTEN M F 9:00 - 10:15 | |||

An introductory engineering course about energy production, conversion, and utilization. The first half of the course covers energy and power metrics, material and energy balances and the fundamental laws of thermodynamics. The remainder of the course examines traditional and alternative energy sources, energy distribution, and energy utilization. Course activities include weekly homework assignments, exams, and a project. Emphasis is on assumption-based problem solving. | |||

CHE 150 ZAVISLAN J W 16:50 - 18:05 | |||

An introductory engineering course about energy production, conversion, and utilization. The first half of the course covers energy and power metrics, material and energy balances and the fundamental laws of thermodynamics. The remainder of the course examines traditional and alternative energy sources, energy distribution, and energy utilization. Course activities include weekly homework assignments, exams, and a project. Emphasis is on assumption-based problem solving. | |||

CHE 225 SHESTOPALOV A TR 12:30 - 13:45 | |||

Lectures on the origin and use of the first and second laws of thermodynamics, followed by a discussion of equilibrium criteria. Thermodynamic descriptions of real gases and liquids are developed and applications of thermodynamics to phase and chemical equilibrium complete the course. Weekly problem assignments, problem review sessions, and student projects. | |||

CHE 225 SHESTOPALOV A M 18:15 - 19:30 | |||

Lectures on the origin and use of the first and second laws of thermodynamics, followed by a discussion of equilibrium criteria. Thermodynamic descriptions of real gases and liquids are developed and applications of thermodynamics to phase and chemical equilibrium complete the course. Weekly problem assignments, problem review sessions, and student projects. | |||

CHE 225 SHESTOPALOV A F 15:25 - 16:40 | |||

Lectures on the origin and use of the first and second laws of thermodynamics, followed by a discussion of equilibrium criteria. Thermodynamic descriptions of real gases and liquids are developed and applications of thermodynamics to phase and chemical equilibrium complete the course. Weekly problem assignments, problem review sessions, and student projects. | |||

CHE 244 TAGUCHI H TR 14:00 - 15:15 | |||

An introduction to heat and mass transfer mechanisms and process rates. The principles of energy and mass conservation serve to formulate equations governing conductive, convective, and radiative heat transfer as well as diffusive and convective mass transfer. Both steady-state and transient problems up to three dimensions are treated in the absence and presence of chemical reactions. The gained fundamental knowledge base is applied to design heat- and mass-transfer operations. | |||

CHE 244 CHEN S TR 14:00 - 15:15 | |||

An introduction to heat and mass transfer mechanisms and process rates. The principles of energy and mass conservation serve to formulate equations governing conductive, convective, and radiative heat transfer as well as diffusive and convective mass transfer. Both steady-state and transient problems up to three dimensions are treated in the absence and presence of chemical reactions. The gained fundamental knowledge base is applied to design heat- and mass-transfer operations. | |||

CHE 244 TAGUCHI H M 15:25 - 16:40 | |||

An introduction to heat and mass transfer mechanisms and process rates. The principles of energy and mass conservation serve to formulate equations governing conductive, convective, and radiative heat transfer as well as diffusive and convective mass transfer. Both steady-state and transient problems up to three dimensions are treated in the absence and presence of chemical reactions. The gained fundamental knowledge base is applied to design heat- and mass-transfer operations. | |||

CHE 244 CHEN S M 15:25 - 16:40 | |||

CHE 255 KELLEY F M 14:00 - 15:15 | |||

Operation and scale-up of chemical process equipment for chemical reaction and purification. Examination of the factors that affect performance in practice. Exploratory experiments and preliminary experimental design, as well as oral and written reports are required. | |||

CHE 255 KELLEY F T 11:05 - 12:20 | |||

Operation and scale-up of chemical process equipment for chemical reaction and purification. Examination of the factors that affect performance in practice. Exploratory experiments and preliminary experimental design, as well as oral and written reports are required. | |||

CHE 255 KELLEY F M 15:25 - 16:40 | |||

Operation and scale-up of chemical process equipment for chemical reaction and purification. Examination of the factors that affect performance in practice. Exploratory experiments and preliminary experimental design, as well as oral and written reports are required. | |||

CHE 255 KELLEY F T 14:00 - 17:00 | |||

CHE 255 KELLEY F W 14:00 - 17:00 | |||

CHE 255 KELLEY F R 14:00 - 17:00 | |||

CHE 258 JORNE J TR 18:15 - 19:30 | |||

The course will concentrate on presenting the principles of electrochemistry and electrochemical engineering, and the design considerations for the development of fuel cells capable of satisfying the projected performance of an electric car. The course is expected to prepare you for the challenges of energy conversion and storage and the environment in the 21st century. Course is offered October 25 - December 13 | |||

CHE 259 FOSTER D TR 16:50 - 18:05 | |||

This course will provide an overview of transport phenomena in biological systems that are critical to the function of all living organisms. The fundamental laws and equations of transport phenomena will be applied to topics including cellular, cardiovascular, respiratory, liver and kidney transport, blood flow and rheology, and circulation in tissues and arteries. | |||

CHE 260 IOANNIDIS ZAC W 18:15 - 20:45 | |||

This course will introduce students to the basics of photovoltaic devices: physics of semiconductors; pn junctions; Schottky barriers; processes governing carrier generation, transport and recombination; analysis of solar cell efficiency; crystalline and thin-film solar cells, tandem structures, dye-sensitized and organic solar cells. Students will learn about current photovoltaic technologies including manufacturing processes, and also the economics of solar cells as an alternative energy source. Critical analysis of recent advances and key publications will be a part of the course work. | |||

CHE 264 WU J M 18:15 - 20:55 | |||

This course will provide the student with a grounding in the fundamental principles of biofuels, including their sources, properties, and the biological processes by which they are made. | |||

CHE 273 CHIMOWITZ E MW 9:00 - 10:15 | |||

The course will cover material related to the conception and design of chemical processes. Topics will include energy systems analysis, the attainability region approach for reactor network synthesis and the effects of statistical uncertainty on decision making when evaluating alternative designs. Modern techniques for stochastic simulation of random processes will also be studied. The use of computational software packages like MATHCAD and DESIGN II will be expected in doing many of the homework assignments. In addition to two examinations, a computer-oriented design project will be assigned involving the use of chemical engineering principles for the solution of a process flow sheet problem. A good back ground in computer programming is necessary since many of the course assignments make use of numerical techniques. | |||

CHE 273 CHIMOWITZ E F 14:00 - 15:15 | |||

The course will cover material related to the conception and design of chemical processes. Topics will include energy systems analysis, the attainability region approach for reactor network synthesis and the effects of statistical uncertainty on decision making when evaluating alternative designs. Modern techniques for stochastic simulation of random processes will also be studied. The use of computational software packages like MATHCAD and DESIGN II will be expected in doing many of the homework assignments. In addition to two examinations, a computer-oriented design project will be assigned involving the use of chemical engineering principles for the solution of a process flow sheet problem. A good back ground in computer programming is necessary since many of the course assignments make use of numerical techniques. | |||

CHE 276 TENHAEFF W TR 9:40 - 10:55 | |||

An introduction to polymerization reaction mechanisms. The kinetics of commercially relevant polymerizations are emphasized along with a discussion of important, contemporary polymerization schemes. Approaches to functionalize polymers and surface-initiated polymerizations will also be covered. An overview of polymer characterization techniques, emphasizing compositional analysis, will be presented. The course is intended for graduate students in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Materials Science, and Biomedical Engineering, but advanced undergraduates are welcome. | |||

CHE 282 JORNE J TR 18:15 - 19:30 | |||

This course features an overview of processes used in the fabrication of microelectronic devices, with emphasis on chemical engineering principles and methods of analysis. Modeling and processing of microelectronic devices. Includes introduction to physics and technology of solid state devices grade silicon, microlithography, thermal processing, chemical vapor deposition, etching and ion implantation and damascene processing. Course is offered September 1 - October 20. | |||

CHE 288 – TR 12:30 - 13:45 | |||

A succinct, yet complete and critical introduction to the different means of producing energy. | |||

CHE 391 – – | |||

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CHE 392 – – | |||

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CHE 393 – – | |||

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CHE 394 – – | |||

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CHE 395 – – | |||

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CHE 396 – – | |||

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CHE 398 – – | |||

Students will conduct operations and research in the University of Rochester Biodiesel lab. 2credits. |

### Fall 2016

Number | Title | Instructor | Time |
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Monday | |||

CHE 225 SHESTOPALOV A M 18:15 - 19:30 | |||

CHE 244 TAGUCHI H M 15:25 - 16:40 | |||

CHE 244 CHEN S M 15:25 - 16:40 | |||

CHE 255 KELLEY F M 14:00 - 15:15 | |||

CHE 255 KELLEY F M 15:25 - 16:40 | |||

CHE 264 WU J M 18:15 - 20:55 | |||

This course will provide the student with a grounding in the fundamental principles of biofuels, including their sources, properties, and the biological processes by which they are made. | |||

Monday and Wednesday | |||

CHE 273 CHIMOWITZ E MW 9:00 - 10:15 | |||

The course will cover material related to the conception and design of chemical processes. Topics will include energy systems analysis, the attainability region approach for reactor network synthesis and the effects of statistical uncertainty on decision making when evaluating alternative designs. Modern techniques for stochastic simulation of random processes will also be studied. The use of computational software packages like MATHCAD and DESIGN II will be expected in doing many of the homework assignments. In addition to two examinations, a computer-oriented design project will be assigned involving the use of chemical engineering principles for the solution of a process flow sheet problem. A good back ground in computer programming is necessary since many of the course assignments make use of numerical techniques. | |||

Tuesday | |||

CHE 255 KELLEY F T 11:05 - 12:20 | |||

CHE 255 KELLEY F T 14:00 - 17:00 | |||

Tuesday and Thursday | |||

CHE 113 YATES M TR 9:40 - 10:55 | |||

Course Content and Method of Instruction: Lectures and discussion. Methodology and problem solving techniques in chemical engineering; the concepts of mass and energy conservation in both reacting and non-reacting chemical systems; the concept of equilibrium in chemical and physical systems and the basic principles of thermodynamics are presented; both steady state and transient behavior are discussed for some special systems. | |||

CHE 150 ANTHAMATTEN M TR 15:25 - 16:40 | |||

CHE 225 SHESTOPALOV A TR 12:30 - 13:45 | |||

CHE 244 TAGUCHI H TR 14:00 - 15:15 | |||

CHE 244 CHEN S TR 14:00 - 15:15 | |||

CHE 258 JORNE J TR 18:15 - 19:30 | |||

The course will concentrate on presenting the principles of electrochemistry and electrochemical engineering, and the design considerations for the development of fuel cells capable of satisfying the projected performance of an electric car. The course is expected to prepare you for the challenges of energy conversion and storage and the environment in the 21st century. Course is offered October 25 - December 13 | |||

CHE 259 FOSTER D TR 16:50 - 18:05 | |||

This course will provide an overview of transport phenomena in biological systems that are critical to the function of all living organisms. The fundamental laws and equations of transport phenomena will be applied to topics including cellular, cardiovascular, respiratory, liver and kidney transport, blood flow and rheology, and circulation in tissues and arteries. | |||

CHE 276 TENHAEFF W TR 9:40 - 10:55 | |||

An introduction to polymerization reaction mechanisms. The kinetics of commercially relevant polymerizations are emphasized along with a discussion of important, contemporary polymerization schemes. Approaches to functionalize polymers and surface-initiated polymerizations will also be covered. An overview of polymer characterization techniques, emphasizing compositional analysis, will be presented. The course is intended for graduate students in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Materials Science, and Biomedical Engineering, but advanced undergraduates are welcome. | |||

CHE 282 JORNE J TR 18:15 - 19:30 | |||

This course features an overview of processes used in the fabrication of microelectronic devices, with emphasis on chemical engineering principles and methods of analysis. Modeling and processing of microelectronic devices. Includes introduction to physics and technology of solid state devices grade silicon, microlithography, thermal processing, chemical vapor deposition, etching and ion implantation and damascene processing. Course is offered September 1 - October 20. | |||

CHE 288 – TR 12:30 - 13:45 | |||

A succinct, yet complete and critical introduction to the different means of producing energy. | |||

Wednesday | |||

CHE 150 ZAVISLAN J W 16:50 - 18:05 | |||

CHE 255 KELLEY F W 14:00 - 17:00 | |||

CHE 260 IOANNIDIS ZAC W 18:15 - 20:45 | |||

This course will introduce students to the basics of photovoltaic devices: physics of semiconductors; pn junctions; Schottky barriers; processes governing carrier generation, transport and recombination; analysis of solar cell efficiency; crystalline and thin-film solar cells, tandem structures, dye-sensitized and organic solar cells. Students will learn about current photovoltaic technologies including manufacturing processes, and also the economics of solar cells as an alternative energy source. Critical analysis of recent advances and key publications will be a part of the course work. | |||

Thursday | |||

CHE 255 KELLEY F R 14:00 - 17:00 | |||

Friday | |||

CHE 113 YATES M F 14:00 - 15:15 | |||

CHE 150 ANTHAMATTEN M F 9:00 - 10:15 | |||

CHE 225 SHESTOPALOV A F 15:25 - 16:40 | |||

CHE 273 CHIMOWITZ E F 14:00 - 15:15 | |||

TBA | |||

CHE 391 – – | |||

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CHE 392 – – | |||

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CHE 393 – – | |||

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CHE 394 – – | |||

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CHE 395 – – | |||

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CHE 396 – – | |||

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CHE 398 – – | |||

Students will conduct operations and research in the University of Rochester Biodiesel lab. 2credits. |