Applications for admissions to the Autumn 2017 session have commenced. Please check the IITB admissions website for details. Information specific to the written test and interview is available now. read more »
Its great pleasure to announce that prestigious IIChE- Ambuja's YoungResearcher Awards 2016 has been conferred to our students.
The award is instituted to promote research in various institutes in India. Ms. Vibhu Sharma and Ms. Ekta Sharma are the winners.
This Award will presented in IIChE's Annual Sesion- CHEMCON -2016, to beheld from 27-30 December 2016.
The project will involve performing floquet analyses of the spatiotemporal patterns observed in packed-bed reactors. Spatiotemporal pattern formation data is already available and the preliminary version of the code for floquet analyses is available in-house. Project will involve extensive use of Matlab and C++ programming.
All students that have been offered admission under Direct Admission (DA) category: There is no further evaluation (i.e. written test/interview) for you. You may kindly deposit the fees as per the announced timeline.
All students who have been /(or will be in subsequent rounds) called for written test / interview: If you have a valid GATE score, there is no written test. There will only be an interview.
The department of Chemical Engineering, IIT Bombay, seeks to appoint highly motivated fresh Ph.D candidates to carryout post doctoral research in the vibrant interdisciplinary research environment of the department. read more »
The Department will be organizing a centenary celebration function on Saturday, 6 September 2014 at the Victor Menezes Convention Center in honour of Late Prof. N R Kamath. We invite friends, students, and well-wishers to contribute their memories to a memoir book that will be published in his honour. Please leave your comments here. Details of the program are available here.
Prof Suresh R Patwardhan, former faculty of our department, passed away on 21 June 2014. He was residing in Anjaneya Society Hiranandani. Friends, students, and well-wishers are invited to share their thoughts in the obituary page in his honour.