Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry Master of Science Program (with thesis) Course List

Compulsory Departmental Courses

Technical Elective Courses

CEAC Group Course

Compulsory Departmental Courses

CEAC 589 - Graduation Seminar
The students who succeeded in this course; *Prepare a presentation of thesis proposal including research statement, methodology and literature survey *Demonstrate the progress of the thesis proposed

CEAC 598 - Special Studies on Thesis Subject

CEAC 599 - Thesis I
The students who succeeded in this course; *Apply research methodologies *Identify, describe and analyze a problem *Perform a literature survey on thesis topic *Plan his/her own work through out the thesis *Write a progress report

CEAC 600 - Thesis II
The students who succeeded in this course; *Apply research methodologies *Analyze requirements of thesis topic *Design the proposed system based on the requirements *Write a progress report

CEAC 601 - Thesis III
The students who succeeded in this course; *Apply research methodologies *Analyze requirements of thesis topic *Design the proposed system based on the requirements *Write a progress report

Technical Elective Courses

CEAC 511 - Molecular Pharmacology and Toxicology
History of toxicology and pharmacology, fundementals of toxicology and dosage-response relation, dosage and taking ways of toxic materails; factors influencing the toxic response: tendency, methabolism; biological and chemical factors affecting the methabolism and structure for toxic response; investigating the toxic effects with samples created by the usage of some chemicals.

CEAC 516 - Biology

CEAC 519 - Biochemical Calculations

CEAC 524 - Group Theory and Its Chemical Applications
Point Group, Symmetry operations and Ligand Field Theory concepts are included by the course.

CEAC 529 - Spectroscopic Techniques
General Introduction to Spectroscopy Electronic Absorption Spectroscopy Vibration and Raman Spectroscopy Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectroscopy Mass Spectroscopy X-Ray Crystallography SEM and TEM

CEAC 540 - Chemical Process Industries
Chemical Processing and the Work of the Chemical Engineer; Water Conditioning and Environmental Protection; Ceramic Industries, Portland Cements, Calcium and Magnesium Compounds; Glass Industries; Explosives, Toxic Chemical Agents and Propellants; Surface-Coating Industries; Food and Food By-Product Processing Industries; Agrichemical Industries; Fragrances, Flavors, and Food Additives; Oils, Fats, and Waxes; Soap and Detergents; Sugar and Starch Industries; Pulp and Paper Industries; Plastics Industries; Pharmaceutical Industry.

CEAC 551 - Functional and Smart Materials
Fundamental Principles of Electron and Energy Transfer, Wires and Related Systems, Switching Electron- and Energy Transfer Processes, Light-harvesting Antennae, Memories, Logic Gates, Conducting Polymers, Stimuli-responsive Polymers, Fullerene C60 and Carbon Nanotubes, Sensors, Actuators and Nanomechanical Devices, Electronic and Photonic Devices, Shottky barrier diodes and field-effect transistors, batteries, supercapacitors, light emitting diodes, photovoltaic cells.

CEAC 554 - Electrochemical Methods: Fundamentals and Applications
General electrochemical concepts, electroanalysis, introduction to electrochemistry, equilibrium measurements, potentiometry, voltammetry, coulometry, chronometry, polarography, rotating electrodes, rate constants of electron transfer, spectroelectrochemistry, electrochemical ESR spectrometry, impedance, electrode preparation methods, cleaning electrode surfaces, making reference electrodes, microelectrodes.

CEAC 555 - Optoelectronic Materials and Devices
Organic materials for electronics and optoelectronics; Conducting and semiconducting polymers; Organic field-effect transistors; Electron transport in materials; p- and n-type polymers; Organic small molecules; Organic light emitting diodes (LEDs); Mechanism of light emission, Electron and hole transport materials; Emitting materials; Organic electronic displays; Organic photovoltaics; Mechanism of photovoltaic conversion, Semiconductors for bulk heterojunction photovoltaics; Flexible systems; Memory devices, Actuators; Smart windows; Organic electrochromic materials; Electrochromic devices;

CEAC 556 - Nanomaterials, Nanotechnologies and Design
Within this context, a primary goal of this course is to provide information for better understanding how to use nanomaterials and nanotechnologies effectively. The course starts with definitions, nontechnical overviews of the general characteristics of nanomaterials and provides examples of ways in which nanomaterials can be found in both nature and in an historical context. Then, processes for synthesizing and characterizing nanomaterials are described and size effects and other defining characteristics of nanomaterials are explored. The lecture then turns to design or application-oriented considerations. These sections broadly explore a range of nanomaterial and nanotechnology applications from specific product or industry perspectives—nanotextiles, nanopaints, nanosealants, nanotechnologies for self- cleaning, antimicrobial or self-healing, and others.

CEAC 557 - Conductive Polymers
Discovery and development of conducting polymers, polymerization techniques, chemical polymerization, electropolymerization, classes of conducting polymers, polyacetylenes, polyanilines, polypyrroles, polythiophenes, polycarbazoles, polyfluorenes, etc. and their derivatives, structure–property relationships, insulator–metal transition, metallic state in conducting polymers, band gap, conductivity, electroanalytical methods, doping-dedoping, electrochromic behavior, spectroelectrochemistry, voltametry, infrared spectroscopy, impedance, organic field-effect transistors, polymeric light-emitting diodes, organic electro-optic materials, batteries, supercapacitors, photovoltaic devices, (optical) biosensors, corrosion protection, artificial muscles, inkjet printing and patterning, etc.

CEAC 577 - Petroleum Refinery Engineering
Introduction to Petroleum Refining and Petrochemical Industries - Major refinery operations including conversions: “Chemical Refinery” concept - Overall view of first and second generation petrochemical intermediates manufacture: Principles of basic “building block” processes Steam Cracking and Olefins Production -Physicochemistry of the pyrolysis of saturated hydrocarbons (ethane and light straight run naphta) -Thermodynamic considerations -Kinetic characteristics -Steady state rate-based simulation of an industrial steam cracker by MATLAB -Effects of operating variables of steam cracking (from industry and by simulations) -Reaction temperature -Residence time -Hydrocarbon partial pressure and the role of steam -Analysis of kinetic severity factor (KSF) concept -Primary fractionation and separation and purification of cracked products Emerging Technologies for olefin production (such as methanol to olefins (MTO), partial oxidation, dehydrogenation, metathesis) Catalytic Reforming and Aromatics (BTX) Production -Physicochemistry of catalytic reforming -Modelling of reforming reactions and principles of dual site catalysis -Thermodynamic and kinetics considerations -Industrial catalytic reforming and main types of installation -Operating conditions -Average reforming performance concept (UOP factor) C8 aromatics -Separation -Isomerisation -Hydrodealkylation and disproportination Aromatics from pyrolysis gasoline and other sources Aromatics production from lower alkanes (Z-forming) Steam Reforming and related processes -Thermodynamics and kinetics of reforming and shift reactions -Hydrogen, synthesis gas, methanol production and their derivatives -Industrial CO2 removal Ethylene Derivatives Propylene Derivatives C4 olefins derivatives Benzene derivatives Toluene and Xylene derivatives

CEAC Group Course

CEAC 501 - Advanced Organic Chemistry
Stereochemistry, Carbocations, Carbanions, Free Radicals, Carbenes, and Nitrenes, Aliphatic Substitution, Organometallic Substitution, Aromatic Substitution, Aliphatic, Alkenyl, and Alkynyl Substitution, Addition to Carbon–Hetero Multiple Bonds, Eliminations, Rearrangements.

CEAC 502 - Advanced Biochemistry
The course covers the basic mechanism in metabolic reactions , regulations of the reactions and their importance in biologicasl systems

CEAC 503 - Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
Bronsted and Lewis acid-base concepts, coordination chemistry, molecular structures, point group and redox reactions are comprised in the course.

CEAC 504 - Advanced Analytical Chemistry
The analytical process and measurements, statistical treatment of analytical data, acid base equilibria, the solubility of precipitates, gravimetric analysis, volumetric analysis, precipitation titration, compleximetric titration, principles of oxidation reduction reactions, oxidation reduction titration, spectroscopic method of analysis

CEAC 505 - Advanced Physical Chemistry
The properties of gases: The perfect gases. The real gases. The First Law. Thermochemistry. State functions and exact differentials. The Second Law. The direction of spontaneous change. Concentrating on the system. Combining the First and Second Laws. Simple mixtures. The thermodynamic description of mixtures The properties of solutions, Activities.

CEAC 507 - Advanced Chemical Reaction Engineering