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Assistant Professor or untenured Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Stanford University

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We believe chemical engineering holds the key to a healthier, cleaner and more efficient world, and a better tomorrow for all

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Chemical Engineering DEI

Stanford Chemical Engineering is committed to fostering diversity in all forms and supporting every student in reaching their full potential to be leaders and innovators in their field.

Students work together in the new chem class devised by Chemical engineering Professor Beth Sattely and senior lecturer Lisa Hwang.

Undergraduate Programs

The mission of the undergraduate program in Chemical Engineering is to develop students’ understanding of the core scientific, mathematical, and engineering principles that form the foundation underlying these processes. 

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Graduate Programs

The Doctor of Philosophy in Chemical Engineering is awarded after the completion of a minimum of 135 units of graduate work, satisfactory completion of any additional university and departmental requirements. 

The Student Experience | Stories & Voices

Learn more about Stanford Chemical Engineering
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Student Spotlight

Jen Hofmann

Jen Hofmann

PhD Candidate
Chemical Engineering

"I was first bitten by the research ‘bug’ during a year-long high school internship in an RNA biology lab at..." Read Jen’s story

Elise Loppinet

Elise Loppinet

PhD Candidate
Chemical Engineering

"I had the pretty amazing opportunity to visit Stanford when I was in high school..." Read Elise’s story

Chunzi Liu

Chunzi Liu

PhD Candidate
Chemical Engineering

"For me, graduate research has been a process of connecting the dots, and the thread is my passion for..." Read Chunzi’s story

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Why Stanford ChemE?

Stanford Chemical Engineering works on technologies to develop chemical transformations and processes, creating useful products and materials that improve society. We are tackling the major challenges of the 21st century.

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What’s New | Latest updates

Chemical engineering addresses a broad range of technologies to develop chemical transformations and processes, creating useful products, and materials that improve society.

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Our Research & Impact

Stanford Chemical Engineering focuses on a multidisciplinary approach that draws upon Stanford’s world-leading expertise to create an impact on 21st-century challenges.