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Section 71.105 Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering

Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering



ALEX DE VISSCHER, PhD Ghent University; APEGGA; Professor


ROLF WÜTHRICH, DSc École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne; ing.; Professor
ZHIBIN YE, PhD McMaster University; PEng; Professor
KARIM ZAGHIB, PhD Institut national polytechnique de Grenoble; Professor; Provost’s Distinction

Professor Emerita

PAULA WOOD-ADAMS, PhD McGill University; PEng

Associate Professor

PANTCHO STOYANOV, PhD McGill University; Associate Professor

Assistant Professors

PATRICIA COMEAU, PhD Dalhousie University; Assistant Professor
SIXU DENG; PhD Beijing University of Technology; PhD Western University; Assistant Professor
DENIZ MENEKSEDAG EROL, PhD University of Alberta; Assistant Professor
MARC-ANTONI GOULET, PhD Simon Fraser University; Assistant Professor
MELANIE HAZLETT, PhD University of Houston; PEng; Assistant Professor
SANA JAHANSHAHI-ANBUHI, PhD McMaster University; Assistant Professor
IVAN KANTOR, PhD University of Waterloo; Assistant Professor
YASER KHOJASTEH-SALKUYEH, PhD McMaster University; Assistant Professor
XIA LI, PhD Western University; Assistant Professor
NHAT TRUONG NGUYEN, PhD University of Erlangen-Nuremberg; Assistant Professor

Affiliate Associate Professor

STEVE SHIH, PhD University of Toronto; Affiliate Associate Professor


Sir George Williams Campus


For the complete list of faculty members, please consult the Department website.


The Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering trains skilled engineers who find novel ways to solve problems that have significant impacts on everyday life, ranging from climate change to food security. Its faculty members are experts in fields such as green chemical processes, polymers and nanomaterials, new battery materials, environmental health diagnostics, and the fundamental study of the properties of materials. The Department places particular emphasis on developing sustainable solutions for the energy sector as well as other sectors. Montreal offers unique opportunities to work in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, and in companies supplying the aerospace and transportation sector. The Department currently offers only graduate programs.

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