Welcome to the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Currently, our faculty are actively leading research into both traditional chemical and energy industries as well as new areas of application and innovation, such as biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, advanced materials, and sustainable energy.
Our primary mission is to educate leaders and innovators through creation of fundamental knowledge and technologies in the chemical and biomolecular sciences and engineering. The general theme of our program is to foster creativity, to recognize excellence, and to promote a collegial and cohesive research and educational environment while emphasizing the value of diversity.
I encourage you to explore this website to learn more about us and what our program has to offer.
Woodi Woodland recently returned to UT’s campus after 15 months of internship and study at Germany’s Technical University of Hamburg.
Manolis Doxastakis’ research in multiscale computational modeling is building bridges between what exists and what’s possible.
Chase Toth was one of only seven seniors across the university to be named a 2019 Torchbearer and is this year’s sole engineering recipient.
Grant Rigney become UT’s eighth Rhodes Scholar. This fall, he began his all-expenses-paid studies at the University of Oxford, England.
The National Science Foundation has chosen Siris Laursen, Steve Abel, and Joshua Sangoro as 2018 recipients of its prestigious CAREER award.
The DOE has chosen a project led by UT–ORNL Governor’s Chair Thomas Zawodzinski as one of 10 recipients of ARPA-E grants.