93347 - Research and Industrial Seminars

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SDGs

This teaching activity contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

Quality education Decent work and economic growth Industry, innovation and infrastructure

Academic Year 2021/2022

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course the student has actively participated to a significant and documented number of lectures on the most recent advances in chemical and process engineering research, as well as industrial case studies, and placement workshops. The student, at the end of this course, has a clearer idea about the future directions of his/her professional career, based on the information gathered during the lectures and is able to perform and compile a bibliographic work.

Course contents

In this course the students will actively participate to a significant and documented number of lectures on the most recent advances in chemical and process engineering research, as well as industrial case studies, and placement workshops.

The seminars list will be made available at

https://corsi.unibo.it/magistrale/IngegneriaChimicaProcesso/eventi

The seminars topics can include

-Innovative processes for Chemical Engineering
-Innovative materials for Chemical Engineering
-Innovative computational methods for Chemical Engineering
-Relevant Industrial case studies

Readings/Bibliography

Slides provided by the Lecturers. Bibliographic resources (Journal, Books) available at UNIBO library.

Teaching methods

Seminars given by Industrial and Research exponents on various aspects of Chemical Engineering.
The attendance will be verified.

Assessment methods

The student must prepare a written report about the seminars he/she has attended, performing an individual and detailed bibliographic review about one of the topics discussed in the seminars .

The final report should be between 5000 and 10000 words, it may include figures or tables, and it have to cite at least 10 important pubblications.
The report should include :
- a clear introduction to the topic which mentions to the key aspects and problems
- an explanation of the current state of the art on the process/technology/material/system/problem selected
- a critical discussion/comparison of the various aspects illustrated above
- Brief personal conclusions.

The report should be sent in pdf format (one file only) by email

Proof of attendance to a significant (10-15) number of seminars will also be required.

Teaching tools

Slides from the seminars provided by the speakers. Bibliographic resources (Journals, books) available at UNIBO

Office hours

See the website of Matteo Minelli