The Faculty of Process Engineering was set up in 1989 and initially employed 7 professors. Since then, it has been growing steadily, both in terms of student numbers and the number of teaching staff.

Today, around 400 students are enrolled in the Faculty, which employs 14 professors, 10 research associate, and 12 laboratory staff, who teach basic subjects such as thermodynamics and advanced subjects such as apparatus construction in the form of lectures, exercises, and practical laboratory courses.

In addition, the Faculty is also active in research and development and in international collaborations with other universities.

The Faculty of Process Engineering offers two bachelor’s degree programmes and one master’s degree programme. Within those degree programmes, students are able to make certain choices of specialisation:

Bachelor’s degree programmes

  • Process Engineering (VT) with 3 specialisations
    • General Process Engineering (AVT)
    • Bioprocess Engineering (BVT)
    • Computer-Aided Process Engineering (CAPE)
  • Energy Process Engineering (EPT)

 Master’s degree programme

  • Chemical Process Engineering and Process Technology with 2 specialisations
    • Chemical Engineering (CI)
    • Energy Process Engineering (EVT)

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