Google slides document with course organization info: schedule, deadlines, course development.
In CHEM-E1130 Catalysis course, you will lean to "speak the language of catalysis" and to appreciate the importance of industrial catalysis as a foundation of current society and as means to solve future societal challenges.
Students of CHEM-E1130 typically come from the Chemical and Process Engineering MSc-major, where this course is elective, or from the Biomass Refining MSc-major, where this course is obligatory. Often, there are students from other MSc majors, too (e.g., chemistry), and sometimes bachelor and doctoral students as well. Also, interested students are welcome from other Aalto schools. CHEM-E1130 Catalysis is organized so that it forms a smoothly running companion with CHEM-E1140 Catalysis for Biomass Refining; many students take both courses after each other. In 2020, the schedule has been modified so that students can take the course exam right after Period III.
The course continues being developed, among other things, through student feedback collected during and after the course.
Welcome to the CHEM-E1130 Catalysis course!
Prof. Riikka Puurunen, teacher in charge
Associate Professor, Catalysis Science and Technology, Aalto CHEM