Complex & Computational

In chemical engineering, researchers develop and apply computational tools to design, understand, optimize, and control complex systems related to health, green chemistry manufacturing, and the environment.

Examples of research of faculty in their labs being conducted in this research area are highlighted below. Also, view all faculty associated with this research area.

Rebecca Carrier
Professor

Advanced Drug Delivery Research (ADDRES) Laboratory conducts research in regenerative medicine, with a focus on intestinal and retinal tissue engineering, and in oral drug delivery, with a focus on enabling effective oral delivery of therapeutics.

Srirupa Chakraborty
Assistant Professsor

Simbiosys Lab focuses on structure-dynamics modeling of complex biosystems by looking at these through the virtual microscope. The goal of the lab is to solve biomedical problems at the molecular level both from first principles, as well as harnessing data-driven approaches.

Richard West
Associate Professor

Computational Modeling in Chemical Engineering focuses of the research is the development of detailed microkinetic models for complex reacting systems, like combustion, heterogeneous catalysis, and bio-fuel processing.

Qing Zhao
Assistant Professor

Zhao Research Group- Computation Catalyst Design works at the interface with computational chemistry, materials science, sustainable energy, and machine learning.