Environmental Chemistry & MaterialsDepartments and Academic Staff
Department of Environmental Chemistry and Materials
Environmental chemistry attempts to understand the relation between global environment and chemistry, how they interact with each other and better our environment. Because the activities of scientists and technologists alter our lives and the environment in so many ways, knowledge of environmental chemistry is becoming increasingly important.
The Department of Environmental Chemistry and Materials aims to prepare students for careers in environmental chemistry or environmental chemical engineering, and to provide the basic knowledge needed to address many of society’s most pressing needs, such as the new sources of energy, providing renewable substitutes for dwindling resources, and protecting global environment. To accomplish these aims the department maintains an academic environment conducive to excellence in teaching and research in the fields of inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry and chemical engineering.
Staff and Research Projects
（As of Apr 1, 2018）
|Development of ceramic materials for reducing environmental burden|
|Morphology control of functional glass and glass-ceramic materials|
|Inorganic Functional Material Chemistry||Prof.
|Development of eco-friendly inorganic materials|
|Development of functional inorganic materials for environmental protection and energy conversion|
|Advanced Organic Materials||Assoc. Prof.
|Advanced Materials Based on Dendrimers and/or Fullerenes|
|Sr. Asst. Prof.
|Development of organic molecular devices containing main group elements|
|Environmental Polymer Chemistry||Prof.
|Creation of environmentally benign polymerization system and polymer materials|
|Design of high-peformance environmental polymeric materials based on high-order structual control|
|Development of catalysts for the recycling of energy and resources|
|Environmental Process Engineering||Prof.
|Design for environmental process using subcritical water|
|Design and Development of Novel Separation Process, Associating with Formation of Heterogeneous Phase at Interface with Dynamic Ordered-Structure|
|Environmental Reaction Engineering||Prof.
UDDIN Md. Azhar
|Development of Catalysts for the recycling of energy and resources|