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    Who are we?

    The Biomedical Engineering graduate program at the University of California at Irvine is in The Henry Samueli School of Engineering and closely affiliated with the College of Medicine, School of Biological Sciences, and School of Physical Sciences. The program started in 1998 with the launch of the Center for Biomedical Engineering facilitated by a multi-million dollar Development Award from the Whitaker Foundation. There are currently 20 full-time faculty in the program and 61 joint appointments from the various schools listed above. Our research has core technologies in micro/nano medicine, biophotonics, biocomputation, and tissue engineering. The clinical emphases are neuroscience, cardiovascular diseases, cancer, and ophthalmology.

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  • Graduate

    Historically, the field of chemical engineering has had a long and rich tradition as one of the core engineering disciplines, built on a solid foundation in chemistry, physics, and mathematics. However, with the maturity of the chemical process industry, chemical engineering is no longer concerned only with flow in pipes, solution chemistry, chemical reactions, and unit operations. Instead, the past decade has seen a revolution in the field, characterized primarily by an increased interest in applying chemical engineering tools and analytical skills to study highly-interdisciplinary problems involving complex systems (e.g., in biotechnology and biological systems) and molecular-level phenomena (e.g., in microtechnology and nanotechnology). Since its inception in 1987, UC Irvine's Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science has directed its attention on cutting-edge problems beyond the scope of traditional chemical engineering, a trend now mirrored in most major academic institutions around the world.

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  • Grad Student Wins Best Poster Honors

  • Graduate

    ATTENTION: The graduate application deadline has been extended to January 15, 2018.

  • Graduate Student Named Chancellor’s Club Fellow

  • Graduate Division Commencement

  • Gift From Parker Hannifin Enables Samueli School to Open New "Hands On" Lab for Student Education

  • Graduate Students Win Fellowship Awards

  • Green Building

  • Graduate Student Receives Biomedical Engineering Society Award

  • General Application Information

    When can I apply?

    Online application submission for Fall 2018 opened September 1st, 2017, and will be open until December 15th, 2017.  *The online application deadline has been extended to January 15, 2018*


    Am I able apply for a different quarter other than Fall?

    No. EECS only admits students in Fall. We do not offer admission for Winter or Spring. If you miss the deadline to apply for Fall 2018, you will have to wait to reapply for Fall 2019.
     

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  • Graduate Programs

    Graduate Programs - ChEMS - Engineering - UC Irvine

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    Historically, the field of chemical engineering has had a long and rich tradition as one of the core engineering disciplines, built on a solid foundation in chemistry, physics, and mathematics. However, with the maturity of the chemical process industry, chemical engineering is no longer concerned only with flow in pipes, solution chemistry, chemical reactions, and unit operations. Instead, the past decade has seen a revolution in the field, characterized primarily by an increased interest in applying chemical engineering tools and analytical skills to study highly-interdisciplinary problems involving complex systems (e.g., in biotechnology and biological systems) and molecular-level phenomena (e.g., in microtechnology and nanotechnology). Since its inception in 1987, UC Irvine's Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science has directed its attention on cutting-edge problems beyond the scope of traditional chemical engineering, a trend now mirrored in most major academic institutions around the world.

  • Gene Therapy Research Proposal Nets CAREER Award for Chemical Engineering Assistant Professor

  • General Department Information

    General Department Information,
    Chemical Engineering
    and Materials Science


    Facilities

    The department has nearly 30,000 sq ft of laboratory and office space in the Engineering Tower. There are extensive facilities for research. The existing laboratories feature highly instrumented and computer-interfaced bioreactors, a peptide synthesizer, ultracentrifuge , UV-IR spectrophotmeter, high performance liquid chromatograph, gas chromatograph, supercritical fluid extraction device, compact equipment for spray atomization, MTS servo-hydraulic system, and UNIX workstations with state-of-the-art software. Students and faculty also have access to University wide resources including high performance computing (C3840 CONVEX computer with 2 gigabytes of physical memory). In addition, the newly formed materials characterization Center (MC2) provides excellent facilities, including optical, transmission and scanning electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction, and metallography facilities, for microstructure and microchemical characterization of materials.

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    What is the GRE test?

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    Is the GRE test required?

    Yes. The GRE test is required for ALL applicants, domestic or international.


    What is the minimum GRE score requirements for admission?

    There is no minimum GRE score required. The search committee reviews your GRE scores holistically.

  • Geological Society Selects Famiglietti as Distinguished Lecturer

  • Get Involved

    We welcome every alumnus to be involved with the department, whether it's a continuation of current involvement or the rekindling of a relationship with CEE@UCI. We warmly welcome you to share your experience, knowledge and expertise with current students.

    You have the opportunity to be an integral part of the CEE@UCI mission to provide students with a broad, fundamental and flexible educational program and to expand engineering knowledge through an active and exciting undergraduate and graduate research program.

  • Gregory Washington Named Dean of The Henry Samueli School of Engineering

  • Grad Students Chosen Samueli Endowed Fellows

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  • Graduate Deadlines

    IMPORTANT: GRADUATE STUDENT DEADLINES FOR 2013-14 Academic Year (Including Summer 2014)

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