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Diem selected for 2024-26 NASEM New Voices program cohort

Steffi Diem, an assistant professor in the UW-Madison Department of Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics, has been named as a member of the 2024-26 New Voices cohort at the National…

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Kyuhyeok Choi, a undergraduate student, stands next to poster presentation.
February 5, 2024

Undergraduate Q&A: A Catalytic Success for Kyuhyeok Choi

Following his attendance at the 2023 AIChE Annual Meeting and Student Conference (ASC), junior Kyuhyeok (Brian) Choi returned triumphantly, placing in the top three in the Undergraduate Student Poster Competition….

James Dumesic, Kevin Eliceiri, Mikhail Kats, Zongfu Yu
November 17, 2023

Four engineering faculty among highly cited researchers

Four faculty members in the University of Wisconsin—Madison College of Engineering are among the scientists selected for the Clarivate Web of Science Highly Cited Researchers list for 2023. The honorees…

Julie Cameron
November 9, 2023

Julie Cameron: 2023 Distinguished Achievement Award recipient

Julie CameronBSChE ’86CEO, Excel Scientific Inc.; CEO, Innovize Julie is a chemical engineer and executive who built and managed myriad product categories with complex chemistries and developed new opportunities for…

Brian Gettelfinger
November 9, 2023

Brian Gettelfinger: 2023 Early Career Award recipient

Brian GettelfingerPhDChE ’09 (BSChE ’04, University of Minnesota)Director of work process transformation and digital activation, Procter & Gamble Brian is a chemical engineer who leverages data science and business intelligence…

Bascom Hall with tulips in foreground
November 8, 2023

PhD Funding and Financial Information

Did you know that a vast majority of students receive a 5-year financial guarantee? Learn more about funding here.

November 8, 2023

PhD Program Information and Milestones

Program requirements are detailed in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering’s Academic Policies Procedures, also referred to as the Graduate Handbook. The Graduate Handbook is a resource for the requirements of our graduate program. Current and past Graduate Handbooks and related forms will be available on the intranet. Key program information and requirements are summarized below.

graduate student activities
November 8, 2023

Why Wisconsin?

Synergistic research, diverse collaboration, supportive peers—that’s Why Wisconsin! Read more about what makes UW-Madison the place to be.

Grad student at lab
November 8, 2023

How to Apply to the PhD Program

If you are a student with a strong background in chemical engineering or a related discipline, and a serious interest in research, apply to our graduate program.

palm of plastic pieces
November 7, 2023

CBE researchers receive grant to scale up new recycling technique

The REMADE Institute, a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) public-private partnership, has awarded a project led by engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison $600,000 for a pilot-scale plant to demonstrate…

Nina Bosnjak in front of a film camera
November 7, 2023

Meet recent graduate Nina Bosnjak: A double major student in Chemical Engineering and Communication Arts

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