Academic Year 2017/18





School of Industrial and Information Engineering



Degree Programme of:


Chemical Engineering
Laurea (Equivalent To Bachelor Of Science)


Milano Leonardo Campus

1. General Information

School School of Industrial and Information Engineering
Code Reference Law347
NameChemical Engineering
Reference LawOrdinamento 270/04
Class of degreeL-9 - Industrial Engineering
Degree level Laurea (Equivalent To Bachelor Of Science)
First year of activation 2008/2009
Official length of the programme 3
Years of the programme already activated 1,2,3
Official language(s) Italian
Campus Milano
Dean of the School Lozza Giovanni
Coordinator of the Study programme Laura Annamaria Pellegrini
Website of the School http://www.ingindinf.polimi.it
Website of the Study programme
http://www.cheme.polimi.it


Central Student Office - Milano
Address VIA C. GOLGI, 42 (MI)

2. General presentation of the study programme

The modern society needs clean and efficient technologies for the transformation of energyand it needs high performance materials for several applications including automotive, biomedical, electronic, environmental, aerospace, etc. We also require efficient methods for the production of food and we expect to live in a clean environment, characterized by a sustainable use of the natural resources. Whatever the solutions for these needs they involve – in a way or in another - chemical transformations. Therefore the modern society needs Chemical Engineering, whose principles are at the basis of all transformation processes of matter and energy.

A chemical engineer is able to provide cutting edge solutions to meet the needs of society. Using his knowledge about chemistry, physics, mathematics and engineering he is able to describe the chemical and physical transformations, and to design processes from the molecular to the industrial scale.

The Chemical Engineering programme at Politecnico di Milano, structured on the Bachelor and the Master degrees, is not only focused on the chemical industry but instead is characterized by its wide-angle approach. In fact Chemical Engineering is involved in all manufacturing and processing technologies, and in the environmental protection as well. For this reason Chemical Engineering differs from other engineering degree programmes being Process Engineering in a broad sense, centered on the chemico-physical transformations of the materials. As examples of applications of Chemical Engineering we can recall the production of fuels from biomasses; the development of technologies for the removal/reutilization of carbon dioxide; the production of a chemical product from different reactants; the production of a component made of plastic material (from reactants to the polymer and then to the final product); the production of an electronic device; the treatment of a waste to reduce its pollution loading; the design of environmentally sustainable processes and many others.

The scale of these applications may range from the laboratory and the pilot plant to the large industrial production plants.

Therefore chemical engineers do not work only in chemical and petrochemical plants, but in all companies involving transformation processes such as in the food, cosmetic, pharmaceutical, environmental or energy sector. Chemical engineers also deal with issues related to environmental aspects and the sustainability of production, including effluent treatment technologies to reduce the concentration of pollutants.

In other words chemical engineer is a chemistry technologist, working in the transformation processes on all production scales, as opposed to the chemist or industrial chemist, who operates on smaller laboratory scales and in the field of chemical analysis methods.


3. Learning objectives

The degree programme in Chemical Engineering aims to form experts who can meet the technological challenges of modern society through their unique approach to work: Chemical Engineer summarizes every complex system through a sequence of simpler operations for which a solution can be found. Then any process or  chemical plant consisting of many interconnected units is at first analyzed by focusing the attention on each unit and then on the interconnections between these units. A preliminary study of the process is carried out in which the characteristics of the desired product are determined,  the sequence of steps necessary for the process are established and operating conditions of each step are investigated. At this point the Chemical Engineer is involved in the design phase of all the equipments involved in the process previously determined. After designing the process and the units, the activities involving the management and the control of the plants are also designed.

The Chemical Engineer training is accomplished through a solid preparation in basic subjects (mathematics, physics, chemistry), the study of traditional engineering disciplines (electrical and mechanical engineering, building science) and, of course, in the deepening of chemical engineering subjects (principles of chemical engineering, unit operations of chemical plants, industrial chemistry, chemical thermodynamics, etc.). The result is an extremely flexible, professional cross-marked profile characterized by a strong knowledge in scientific subjects and application technology. The Chemical Engineering programme aims to shape professional figures capable of carrying out the following activities:

• Process and/or product development.

• Design of plants and equipment used in the process industry.

• Management of factory production and service plants, management of technological services and factory maintenance.

• Control and optimization of the plants and the processes.

• Technical management of health, safety and environment.

The programme adopts the teaching methods that satisfy the Dublin Descriptors adopted on a european level. Comprehension and the ability to make independent judgements will be assessed through written and oral examinations and individual and/or group papers. The ability to apply knowledge and understanding will be tested through the student preparation of reports on student participation in laboratory activities and projects included in the curriculum.

Communication abilities are checked through periodic presentations of the performed work. Learning ability will be checked during the individual activities designed in preparation of the final examination.

At the end of the study cycle, graduates will be able to choose the best material for a particular component and decide how to produce it at the best, taking into consideration the way in which the transformations and the processing affect the structure and therefore the properties of the final product. They will use methodological and technical instruments to face problems regarding: the development of traditional and innovative chemical processes, the production and transformation of materials, the choice of materials and the management of the components under normal or aggressive working conditions, the residual life of products.


4. Organization of the study programme and further studies

4.1 Structure of the study programme and Qualifications

The general structure of the Laurea in Chemical Engineering programme and the qualifications available are shown in the following figure:



The Chemical Engineering Programme structure includes awarding of the following qualifications:

- Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, conferred upon completion of the first three years (Laurea), corresponding to 180 CFU credits

- Master of Science in Chemical Engineering, conferred upon completion of years Four and Five (Laurea Magistrale), corresponding to 120 CFU credits.

It is also possible to continue with the PhD programme in Industrial Chemistry and Chemical Engineering.

4.2 Further Studies

The qualification grants access to "Laurea Magistrale" (2nd degree), "Corso di Specializzazione di primo livello" (1st level Specialization Course) and "Master Universitario di primo livello" (1st level University Master)


For its academic nature and for the wide range of skills the Chemical Engineering Bachelor of Science programme at the Politecnico di Milano allows access to the Master of Science programmes in Chemical Engineering, along with most other Master of Science programmes in the industrial engineering field. For this reason students are free to choose a number of courses needed to complete their profiles in consideration of their future track choices.

In particular, should students wish to proceed to one of the Master of Science options not expressly mentioned above, this choice can be guided so as to comply with the entrance requirements of the chosen Master of Science.


5. Professional opportunities and work market

5.1 Professional status of the degree

The student who graduated in chemical engineering is recognized as junior engineer in the class of industrial engineering. After the positive approval by the Government Commission, he/she can be inscribed in the B section of the registered engineers for the selected hometown. More information are available at http://www.ordineingegneri.milano.it

5.2 Careers options and profiles

Chemical Engineering has today widened its traditional field of interest to all the transformation technologies in both the process industry and environmental protection activities. In particular, it is process engineering that is focused on the methodologies of the chemical and physical transformation of matter to produce material goods, provide services and prevent, reduce or remove polluting elements.

For this reason, Chemical Engineers no longer work solely on large-scale processes - typical, for example, of traditional chemistry and petro chemistry - but also work in all situations involving industrial transformation processes in the food, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, environmental and energy fields. As a result, their general education allows chemical engineering graduates to find work mainly in the following industries:

- chemical, pharmaceutical, food, energy production and distribution, and process transformation (textiles, cosmetics, detergents, plastic materials and general materials etc.) industries;

- engineering companies that design, develop and create processes and plants;

- industrial laboratories and research centers;

- technical sectors of local government agencies and environment and safety consultancy companies.

In numerical terms, employment is equally divided between chemical sector companies, engineering firms and the process industry in general (electronic, biomedical, energy and automobile industries etc.).

Today the market demand for Chemical Engineers is high. For this reason, many companies organise presentation and workshop days to meet undergraduates and choose candidates before they graduate. For example, the Politecnico di Milano is one of the 7 largest european engineering schools (the only one in Italy) chosen by DOW Chemical for recruiting chemical engineers. Furthermore, meetings are periodically scheduled with companies such as DSM, ENI, TOPSOE, FOSTER WHEELER, SOLVAY-SOLEXIS, etc.


Surveys of University Assessment Commission
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4126

6. Enrolment

6.1 Access requirements

Secondary school leaving qualification, or foreign comparable qualifications


According to Article 6 of the Ministerial Decree 270/04, admission to any Bachelor of Science Programme is subject to the possession of a four or five-year high school diploma or other qualification obtained abroad and recognized as equivalent.

Admission to the Chemical Engineering Bachelor of Science programme is subject to passing the entrance test prepared for the Engineering Schools.

Any student not fulfilling the above-listed knowledge requirements is required to complete supplementary education as indicated (OFA), which must be satisfied before attending courses offered after the first year.

6.2 Requested knowledge

To be admitted to the Chemical Engineering Bachelor of Science (Laurea) Programme, students must have a sufficient background knowledge (in mathematics, sciences and verbal comprehension) and level of English, as shown in the Politecnico di Milano’s enrolment guide. This background is checked by means of a test prepared specifically for the Engineering Schools. The website http://www.polinternational.polimi.it/ offers sample questions asked during the entrance test along with detailed information concerning the test.


The educational offer at the Politecnico di Milano
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4931

6.3 Deadlines

For the current academic year the number of enrolments to the Chemical Engineering Bachelor of Science is equal to 220.


How to become a student at Politecnico di Milano
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=2991

6.4 Tutoring and students support

The School of Industrial and Information Engineering offers a series of guidance and tutoring activities. Timetables and information, periodically updated by the School itself, can be found on www.ingindinf.polimi.it.


Polinternational
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=2191

7. Contents of the study Program

7.1 Programme requirements

As required by the law, the student must gain 180 credits to obtain the Laurea Degree (Bachelor of Science) in Chemical Engineering. They are partitioned as follows:
- 40 credits are inherent the basic disciplines (mathematics and statistics, physics, chemistry).
- 70 credits are required within the chemical engineering framework (transport phenomena, thermodynamics, chemical technology, chemical reaction engineering, unit operations, process control).
- 30 credits are devoted to the energy engineering field (engines, pumps and turbines, systems for environment and energy), to the materials engineering field (materials science and technology) and to the building science.
- Moreover 22 credits are inherent to closely related disciplines like organic chemistry, technical physics and electric engineering.
- Finally, 15 credits are devoted to the student free choice among which the student can choose an internship for 5 CFU, performing a research activity within the Politecnico di Milano or outside, at production or laboratory sites. In the presentation of the study plan, as to the free courses, a particularly motivated student can also enter the teachings of the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering. The CCS may approve also proposals outside the Programme in Chemical Engineering if motivated by the student (autonomous plan of studies).

The Chemical Engineering course presents 4 semesters (2 academic years) in common to all the students. It allows the student to acquire all the basics for the industrial engineering and the chemical engineering. The third year is then devoted to the deepening of the chemical engineering concepts and to the introduction of the more specialized topics.
3 credits are dedicated to the final exam. The final exam consists in the analysis, presentation and discussion of a typical problem of chemical engineering and / or in setting up an elaborate, not necessarily original, produced by the student on areas crossed in his studies. The final exam offers students another opportunity to elaborate upon and assess their own capacity for analysis, processing and communication of the work done.

7.2 Mode of study

The Course requires a full time attendance and involves classroom, conferences about specific arguments with experts and laboratory activities. There are also visits to industrial plants.

7.3 Detailed learning objectives

Curriculur Structure of the BSc (1st Cycle Laurea)

 

The Bachelor of Science (Laurea) is structured over a three-year period in which the following courses are offered:

 


Legenda: A: basic disciplines; B: chemical engineering specific disciplines; C: integrative disciplines.


1 Year courses - Track: N1L - Ingegneria Chimica


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem Credits (CFU) CFU Group
082919AMAT/03
MAT/05
MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS I AND GEOMETRY110.010.0
083424ACHIM/07GENERAL CHEMISTRY110.010.0
083428AFIS/01EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS A+B110.010.0
060110BING-IND/26EXPERIMENTAL MEASURES25.05.0
091175AMAT/05MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS II210.010.0
060009CCHIM/06ORGANIC CHEMISTRY A210.010.0
097536CING-IND/10FUNDAMENTALS OF THERMODYNAMICS AND HEAT TRANSFER FOR CHEMICAL ENGINEERING25.05.0

2 Year courses - Track: N1L - Ingegneria Chimica


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem Credits (CFU) CFU Group
089257BING-IND/24FLUID-DYNAMICS AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS110.010.0
060112BING-IND/26APPLIED NUMERICAL ANALYSIS15.05.0
086507BICAR/08MECHANICS OF SOLIDS AND STRUCTURES110.010.0
086552CING-IND/31FOUNDATIONS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING17.07.0
060116BING-IND/22MATERIALS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY210.010.0
061182BING-IND/08
ING-IND/09
HYDRAULIC AND THERMAL MACHINERY AND POWER PLANTS210.010.0
086551BING-IND/24CHEMICAL ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS210.010.0

3 Year courses - Track: N1L - Ingegneria Chimica


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem Credits (CFU) CFU Group
089143BING-IND/24FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING110.010.0
089147BING-IND/27INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY110.010.0
089148BING-IND/25UNIT OPERATIONS OF CHEMICAL PLANTS110.010.0
089173BING-IND/25INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL OF CHEMICAL PROCESSES WITH SAFETY AND RELIABILITY IN THE PROCESSES INDUSTRIES210.010.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group CHI1------15.0
------Courses to be chosen from Group CHI2------
051415----FINAL DEGREE TEST13.03.0
051415----FINAL DEGREE TEST23.0

Elective courses

The teachings of the group CHI1 are specifically aimed at Bachelor of Science students in Chemical Engineering. Particularly motivated students will be able to select teachings even within the CHI2 group, which contains courses offered in the Master of Science in Chemical Engineering. These courses are, however, scheduled for the attendance of the students enrolled in the Master of Science.

The courses Atomic Physics and of Physics of Nucleus are for those students who want to get the Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering.


Courses of the Group CHI1


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem Credits (CFU)
089540 A FIS/03 ATOMIC PHYSICS 1 10.0
083243 A CHIM/07 ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY 1 5.0
089317 -- -- STAGE 1 5.0
060076 -- ING-IND/35 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 2 5.0
089258 B ING-IND/22 CEMENTITIOUS AND CERAMIC MATERIALS 2 5.0
089256 B ING-IND/22 CORROSION AND CORROSION CONTROL 2 5.0
089188 B ING-IND/25 ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMICAL ENGINEERING A+B 2 10.0
075838 B ING-IND/25 FUNDAMENTALS OF COMBUSTION 2 5.0
091672 C CHIM/06 HOMOGENEOUS CATALYSIS IN ORGANIC SYNTHESIS 2 5.0
094893 -- ING-IND/20 PHYSICS OF NUCLEUS 2 5.0
087101 B ING-IND/22 POLYMERIC MATERIALS A +B 2 10.0
061174 A CHIM/07 QUALITY CONTROL OF CHEMICALS 2 5.0
089317 -- -- STAGE 2 5.0

Courses of the Group CHI2


Code Educational activities SSD Course Title Language Sem Credits (CFU)
083042 C ING-IND/34 CELLULAR BIOENGINEERING 1 10.0
099307 C ING-IND/23 CHEMICAL PRODUCT DESIGN 1 5.0
099301 B ING-IND/24 COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS OF REACTIVE FLOWS 1 5.0
091677 B ING-IND/22 CORROSION ENGINEERING 1 5.0
099302 A CHIM/07 ENGINEERING PRODUCTS FROM RENEWABLE SOURCES 1 5.0
099309 B ING-IND/25 ENTERPRISE RISK MANAGEMENT (ERM) 1 5.0
051191 B ING-IND/22 FOOD PACKAGING MATERIALS 1 5.0
093563 B ING-IND/27 FUNCTIONAL CERAMIC MATERIALS 1 5.0
097746 B ING-IND/27 INDUSTRIAL HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSIS 1 10.0
096125 A CHIM/07 INTRODUCTION TO GREEN AND SUSTAINABLE CHEMISTRY 1 5.0
096206 C ING-IND/34 LABORATORY OF MICRO AND NANO STRUCTURES 1 5.0
096218 B ING-IND/22 MICROSTRUCTURAL CHARACTERISATION OF MATERIALS 1 5.0
096220 A CHIM/07 MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 1 5.0
051192 B ING-IND/25 NEW TECHNOLOGY FRONTIERS IN GAS PRODUCTION, TRANSPORTATION AND PROCESSING 1 5.0
089626 B ING-IND/27 PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGIES AND REFINING PROCESSES 1 10.0
089619 B ING-IND/22 PRINCIPLES OF POLYMER CHEMISTRY 1 5.0
093562 B ING-IND/26 PROCESS SYSTEMS ENGINEERING 1 10.0
097544 B ING-IND/27 PROCESSES FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT 1 10.0
089615 B ING-IND/25 PROCESSES OF FOOD INDUSTRY 1 5.0
089656 B ING-IND/25
MED/44
SAFETY ANALYSIS AND OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENE A+B 1 10.0
075966 B ING-IND/27 SPECIAL CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES :FOSSIL RAW MATERIALS 1 5.0
096214 B ING-IND/27 SPECIAL CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES: RENEWABLE RAW MATERIALS 1 5.0
097621 A FIS/03 STATISTICAL PHYSICS 1 10.0
097553 B ING-IND/27 ADVANCED CATALYTIC REACTOR DESIGN 2 5.0
099306 C ING-IND/23 APPLIED ELECTROCHEMISTRY 2 5.0
098501 C ING-IND/23 APPLIED PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 2 10.0
096205 C ING-IND/23 BIOMEDICAL PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 2 5.0
096123 B ING-IND/27 CATALYTIC PROCESSES FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT 2 5.0
051759 B ING-IND/17
ING-IND/25
CHEMICAL PROJECTS ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT 2 10.0
096128 B ING-IND/22 CHEMISTRY AND MATERIALS FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT 2 10.0
091676 A CHIM/07 CHEMISTRY FOR ELASTOMERS AND COMPOSITE MATERIALS TECHNOLOGIES 2 5.0
091754 -- ING-IND/19 COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR SAFETY AND RISK ANALYSIS A+B 2 10.0
081298 B ING-IND/22 COMPUTATIONAL QUANTUM METHODS IN MATERIALS ENGINEERING 2 5.0
096221 B ING-IND/26 DYNAMICS AND CONTROL OF CHEMICAL PROCESSES 2 5.0
096046 -- ING-IND/19 DYNAMICS AND CONTROL OF NUCLEAR PLANTS 2 10.0
096124 C ING-IND/23 ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY GENERATORS 2 5.0
051190 C ING-IND/23 ELECTROCHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR WATER AND WASTE WATER TREATMENT 2 5.0
096284 C ING-IND/23 ELECTROCHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS 2 5.0
089653 B ING-IND/24 END-OF-PIPE AND EMERGENCY SPILLS TREATMENTS A+B 2 10.0
096219 C ING-IND/23 FORMULATION TECHNOLOGY 2 5.0
093555 B ING-IND/27 INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY 2 10.0
096204 C ING-IND/34 LABORATORY OF BIOCOMPATIBILITY AND CELL CULTURE 2 5.0
099303 B ING-IND/22 MICROBIOLOGY IN PROCESS AND PRODUCT ENGINEERING 2 5.0
078147 B ING-IND/24 MODELLING OF CONSEQUENCES OF INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS 2 5.0
099304 B ING-IND/24 MOLECULAR MODELING IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 2 5.0
094942 C ING-IND/23 NANOMEDICINE-PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS 2 5.0
096159 C ING-IND/23 ODOUR SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 2 5.0
099305 C ING-IND/23 POLYMER REACTION ENGINEERING 2 5.0
099310 C ING-IND/23 PRINCIPLES OF ADVANCED SEPARATIONS 2 5.0
096151 B ING-IND/27 PROCESS CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY 2 10.0
099359 B ING-IND/25 PROCESS PLANTS 2 5.0
079980 -- IUS/01 PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY. 2 5.0
081301 A CHIM/07 REACTIVITY, STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS OF FLUORINATED MATERIALS 2 5.0
089650 B ING-IND/24 SAFETY IN NON-CONTINUOUS PROCESSES 2 5.0
096131 B ING-IND/24 SAFETY IN NON-CONTINUOUS REACTORS 2 5.0
099300 A FIS/03 SOFT MATTER: THE STRUCTURE AND RHEOLOGY OF COMPLEX FLUIDS 2 5.0
093531 C ING-IND/23 SURFACE ENGINEERING 2 5.0

Pre-requisite Courses


Some courses have pre-requisite courses, and can be taken only upon successful completion of such pre-requisite courses. The courses underlined in the table are pre-requisites to the courses listed under “Course name”.

 

Code

SSD

Course name

Year

Sem

Pre-requisite(s)

087158

MAT/05

ANALISI MATEMATICA II

1

2

082919

ANALISI MATEMATICA IE GEOMETRIA

 

060009

CHIM/06

CHIMICA ORGANICA A

1

2

083424

CHIMICA GENERALE

097536

ING-IND/10

FONDAMENTI DI FISICA TECNICA PER L'INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

 

1

2

083424

083428

082919

CHIMICA GENERALE

FISICA SPERIMENTALE A+B

ANALISI MATEMATICA IE GEOMETRIA

 

089257

ING-IND/24

MECCANICA DEI FLUIDI CON FONDAMENTI DI INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

2

1

082919

087158

083428

ANALISI MATEMATICA I E GEOMETRIA

ANALISI MATEMATICA II

FISICA SPERIMENTALE A+B

060112

ING-IND/26

CALCOLI DI PROCESSO DELL'INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

2

1

082919

087158

060110

097536

ANALISI MATEMATICA I E GEOMETRIA

ANALISI MATEMATICA II

SPERIMENTAZIONE INDUSTRIALE

FONDAMENTI DI FISICA TECNICA PER L'INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

086507

ICAR/08

SCIENZA DELLE COSTRUZIONI

2

1

082919

087158

083428

ANALISI MATEMATICA I E GEOMETRIA

ANALISI MATEMATICA II

FISICA SPERIMENTALE A+B

086552

ING-IND/31

ELETTROTECNICA

2

1

082919

087158

083428

ANALISI MATEMATICA IE GEOMETRIA

ANALISI MATEMATICA II

FISICA SPERIMENTALE A+B

060116

ING-IND/22

SCIENZA E TECNOLOGIA DEI MATERIALI

2

2

083424

CHIMICA GENERALE

 

061182

ING-IND/08/09

MACCHINE E SISTEMI ENERGETICI

2

2

097536

FONDAMENTI DI FISICA TECNICA PER L'INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

 

086551

ING-IND 24

TERMODINAMICA DELL’INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

2

2

082919

087158

097536

ANALISI MATEMATICA I E GEOMETRIA

ANALISI MATEMATICA II

FONDAMENTI DI FISICA TECNICA PER L'INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

089143

ING-IND/24

PRINCIPI DI INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

 

3

1

087158

083428

097536

089257

ANALISI MATEMATICA II

FISICA SPERIMENTALE A+B

FONDAMENTI DI FISICA TECNICA PER L'INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

MECCANICA DEI FLUIDI CON FONDAMENTI DI INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

089147

ING-IND/27

CHIMICA INDUSTRIALE

 

3

1

086551

TERMODINAMICA DELL’INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

089173

ING-IND/25

IMPIANTI CHIMICI

 

3

1

087158

089257

086551

097536

ANALISI MATEMATICA II

MECCANICA DEI FLUIDI CON FONDAMENTI DI INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

TERMODINAMICA DELL’INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

FONDAMENTI DI FISICA TECNICA PER L'INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

089148

ING-IND/25

STRUMENTAZIONEE CONTROLLODI IMPIANTI CHIMICI + AFFIDABILITÀ E SICUREZZA NELL'INDUSTRIA DI PROCESSO

3

2

087158

086551

ANALISI MATEMATICA II

TERMODINAMICA DELL’INGEGNERIA CHIMICA

 

 

7.4 Foreign language

Language courses
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=3071

7.5 Degree examination

The final examination consists in the presentation of a paper carried out by the student under the supervision of a tutor. The final examination gives students a further opportunity to explore and verify their analytical, elaboration and communication skills.


Information concerning general rules and regulations, session calendars, registration and consignment of theses is available at
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=3151

8. Academic calendar

Academic calendar
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=3231

9. Faculty

The names of professors for each Course, together with their subject, will be available on the degree programme starting from the month of September.
The degree programme is annually published on the website of Politecnico di Milano.

10. Infrastructures and laboratories

The educational activities delivered in the Degree Programme in Chemical Engineering provides access to educational workshops at the Politecnico di Milano to carry out specific laboratory activities.

Educational Facilities in Campus Leonardo

Services for students

The services for students take care of guidance, career management of students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate degree / master, right to education, international mobility, and of all those services in support of university life: http://www.polimi.it/en/students/services-for-students/ 

Student Administration: Toll Free 800 420 470 (from Monday to Friday, 9.30-12.30)

IT Services to Students: http://www.polimi.it/en/students/contact-polimi/infopoint/ 


11. International context

The Master of Science in Chemical Engineering are spread all over the world, so it is easy to find teachings corresponding to those provided at the Politecnico di Milano.

Politecnico di Milano is presently performing benchmarking analyses with some of the most prominent international technical universities, on the analyzing overall the teaching activities and the integration of graduates into the work world. Reports and studies on this topic will be available on  http://www.polimi.it/en/students/experience-abroad/study-mobility/ 


12. Internationalization

Quality in teaching and research benefits from Politecnico di Milano internationalization strategy. Politecnico di Milano has a number of exchange agreements  with the most qualified universities in Europe and in the world.
 With the exception of the double degree programme, the student from Politecnico cannot achieve more than 30 CFU abroad.

Information on exchange programmes, double degree projects and international internships, European research and international relations projects are available at
https://aunicalogin.polimi.it/aunicalogin/getservizio.xml?id_servizio=204&idApp=1&idLink=4640

13. Quantitative data


14. Further information


15. Errata corrige