Department News

CHEE instructor shares successful remote teaching strategies

Posted on Apr 14, 2021

Hear more about how Dr. Wells facilitated student interaction in her course, CHEE 229.

A different view of COVID-19

Posted on Nov 02, 2020

PhD student Mona Kanso develops new way of looking at novel coronavirus that could help uncover treatments

Chemical Engineering Professor recieves Prize for Excellence in Research for 2020

Posted on Oct 29, 2020

Dr. Michael Cunningham was one of three recipients of a Queen's University Prize for Excellence in Research 2020

Curiosity Creates: New Research Opportunities

Posted on Aug 20, 2020

COVID-19 has changed a lot for some Queen’s graduate students. For Mona Kanso, a PhD candidate in Chemical Engineering, it has changed the focus of her whole PhD research project.

Welcome new faculty member, Ehssan Koupaie

Posted on Aug 19, 2020

Before joining Queen’s University, Dr. Ehssan Koupaie was an NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry at the University of Toronto. He has been also affiliated with BioZone, The Centre for Applied Bioscience & Bioengineering Research and The Pulp & Paper Centre at the University of Toronto as well as The Bioreactor Technology Group at the University of British Columbia.

Chemical Engineering Professor elected as a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering

Posted on Jun 23, 2020

Dr. Michael Cunningham has been elected as a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Engineering (CAE)

Chemical Engineering student wins prestigious gold medal

Posted on Jun 18, 2020

Queen’s student MD/PhD Hannah Dies has received one of two Queen’s University Governor General’s Academic Gold Medals for 2019-2020

Mason Cup winners demonstrate exceptional teamwork

Posted on Jun 18, 2020

First year engineers are given the opportunity to solve real-world engineering problems and collaborate with industry for the first time in module 3 of APSC 100 (Engineering Design and Practice).

Professor Aris Docoslis among the winners of the recent Queen’s SARS CoV-2/COVID-19 funding competition

Posted on May 27, 2020

Prof. Docoslis and his multi-disciplinary research team were among the winners of the recent Queen’s SARS CoV-2/COVID-19 funding competition

Getting back on track – Meet Amanda Brissenden PhD candidate in Biomedical Engineering

Posted on Apr 29, 2020

Amanda is a PhD candidate in chemical engineering whose research focuses on polymer spinal injections designed to restore the function of the discs of the spine and help alleviate pain.

Lending a helping hand

Posted on Apr 22, 2020

A team of Queen’s researchers from the Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering with GreenCentre Canada have partnered with Kingston Health Sciences Centre and Tri-Art Manufacturing (Kingston) to develop hand sanitizer.

Queen’s Engineering researchers developing new ways to 3D-print replacement knee cartilage

Posted on Jan 27, 2020

PhD Candidate Sean Mathew and Queen’s Chemical Engineering Professor Dr. Brian Amsden are developing ways to 3D-print replacement knee menisci that mimics the biological and mechanical properties of the real thing.

Catching disease early with microtechnology

Posted on Jan 06, 2020

Carlos Escobedo’s research in microsystems and microstructures is offering new hope through novel technologies that can provide early diagnoses for a number of cancers as well as other pathogens that have a significant impact on the lives of Canadians.

PhD student takes home 1st prize for Best Student Poster

Posted on Oct 28, 2019

PhD student, Mona Kanso, placed 1st for Best Student Poster at The Society of Rheology conference on Oct. 23, 2019

Funding on the cutting edge

Posted on Sep 30, 2019

MPP Steve Clark announces $930,000 in funding for five new research projects and two researchers.

Paul Semple Scholarship Awarded to Sammi Cheng

Posted on Jun 14, 2019

Sammi Cheng, a graduate student in Chemical Engineering at Queen’s, was awarded the Paul Semple Scholarship for Innovative Mines.

Chem Eng PhD candidate chasing 3MT national title

Posted on May 22, 2019

The national competition for the Three Minute Thesis is currently underway and Amanda Brissenden is representing Queen’s University.

The interdisciplinary green team

Posted on May 06, 2019

Four leading researchers from Queen’s University have been awarded the NSERC Brockhouse Canada Prize for their work in building a sustainable future.