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4 Table of content To The Reader 5 General About Studies 7 The Academic Year Introduction to Aalto University 9 School of Chemical Technology 11 CHEM Learning Services 13 Online Tools for Students 15 General About the Master s Degree 17 The Master s Programme in Chemical, Biochemical and Materials Engineering 18 Degree structure 18 Aims of the master s degree 19 Common studies 20 Master s Thesis 22 Majors 25 Biomass Refining 25 Biotechnology 28 Chemical Engineering 31 Chemistry 35 Fibre and Polymer Engineering 39 Functional Materials 43 Sustainable Metals Processing 48 Common Courses of the Master s Programme in Chemical, Biochemical and Materials Engineering in Academic Year School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

5 Editor: Heli Järvelä Planning officer Unigrafia Oy Helsinki School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

6 To The Reader Welcome to study your Master s degree at the School of Chemical Technology! I m excited to begin this new academic year with all of you and encourage you to make the most of this year. This study guide is the key for the structure and administration of the degree programme in Chemical, Biochemical and Materials Engineering. The guide will help you with planning your studies. Please familiarize yourself with it. You can find online version of this guide and all other study guides of Aalto University from studyguides.aalto.fi. All official forms and much more study related information are on the faculty webpages: into.aalto.fi. If you have any questions or you need more information about studying at the School of Chemical Technology, do not hesitate to contact study advisors, tutors, student affairs secretaries or planning officers. We are happy to help you! I wish you all a productive and fulfilling academic year Best regards, Heli Järvelä School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

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8 General About Studies School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

9 The Academic Year In the academic year , teaching is divided in to five teaching periods. Each period is 7 weeks long. The autumn term comprises of two and spring term of three periods. The teaching associated with courses is provided during the teaching periods. The last week of each teaching period also serves as an evaluation week, in addition to which there are two evaluation periods outside the teaching periods. The evaluation week is reserved for finalizing practical work, presenting the results of the course and evaluating learning in different ways. Table 1. The teaching periods and evaluation periods are: Teaching/Evaluation period Dates Weeks 1st evaluation period and orientations Mon 5 Sept Sat 10 Sept Period I Mon 12 Sept - Sat 29 Oct Evaluation week for Period I Mon 24 Oct Sat 29 Oct Period II Mon 31 Oct Sat 17 Dec Evaluation week for Period II Mon 12 Dec Sat 17 Dec nd evaluation period Mon 19 Dec - Thurs 22 Dec Period III Mon 2 Jan - Sat 18 Feb Evaluation week for Period III Mon 13 Feb - Sat 18 Feb Period IV Mon 20 Feb - Sat 8 Apr Evaluation week for Period IV Mon 3 Apr Sat 8 Apr Period V Mon 10 Apr - Sat 27 May Evaluation week for Period V Mon 22 May - Sat 27 May Summer teaching period Mon 29 May - Mon 31 July The opening of the academic year takes place on Tuesday 6 September Further information will be provided on the Into web portal (introduced later) in August. 8 School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

10 Introduction to Aalto University Aalto University is the meeting point of art, business and technology. The six schools of Aalto University School of Art and Design, School of Chemical Technology, School of Economics, School of Electrical Engineering, School of Engineering and School of Science are among the most highly esteemed and internationally recognised Finnish institutions in their respective fields. The aim of Aalto University is to combine these fields of study and to create one of the world s leading centres of academic excellence. Aalto University is all about cross-disciplinary projects, expertise and learning together. The inspiring atmosphere stems from a passionate student-oriented learning that emphasizes creativity as well as critical thinking. Students are encouraged and supported to excel both in their studies and their future careers. Many of them have a vast work experience already when they graduate. In fact, 83% of Aalto University s master s level graduates get jobs in the fields of arts, business and technology right after their graduation. Our students are encouraged to take part in the Aalto alumni network after graduation. Aalto University has a wide alumni network of over alumni. Students as part of the Aalto community Aalto University is an international specialist community of 20,000 students and 4,400 staff. Our students are a vital part of the community and play an important role in building this new university. Aalto University seeks to establish a genuinely open and inspiring environment that will continually encourage its participants to achieve new levels of learning. Graduating from Aalto University will require diligent work and commitment to your studies. The syllabus is demanding, but the University supports its students in planning their studies and progressing in the programme. The institution trains experts in their own fields and multidisciplinary specialists to serve as trailblazers in society. School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

11 Interdisciplinary studies Aalto University is benefiting from its multidisciplinary character by launching new research projects, study programmes and courses that combine the expertise of the six Schools. The Schools of Aalto University jointly provide Aalto studies that are open to everyone studying at the University. Aalto studies include individual courses and broader study programmes. Design Factory, Media Factory and Service Factory are the new expertise workshops of the University. The Factories are platforms for studying, teaching, research and collaboration where academic teams and projects can work together with businesses and the public sector. Their research findings will be smoothly integrated into teaching work. Design Factory focuses on product development, Media Factory on the media sector, and Service Factory on high value-added services. For further details about Aalto University please visit: aalto.fi, and for details of our study programmes visit: into.aalto.fi. Credits and Grading at Aalto University Aalto University uses the ECTS European Credit Transfer System. The Bachelor s degree in Aalto University consists of 180 credits (ECTS) and the Master s degree of 120 credits (ECTS). One academic year of studies requires approximately 1600 hours of full-time work, which is equivalent to 60 credits (ECTS). The workload required to complete a course or a degree programme is given in ECTS credits, which translates in to Finnish as opintopiste. To be able to earn credits from a course, you must pass the course. Failed or dropped courses will not appear on your transcript of records. The grading scale for courses is from 1 (lowest passing grade) to 5 (highest). If you receive the grade 0, you have not passed the course and you must retake the exam or other possible failed part of the course. If you receive the grade 1, you have passed the course with the lowest grade. If your grade is 5, you have achieved the best grade. Failed courses (0) will be marked in the study register, but they do not appear on the official transcript of records. Some courses do not use number grading, but give only a pass or fail mark. A pass or fail mark cannot be converted into a numerical grade. The grading requirements of each course will be explained in the beginning of the course. 10 School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

12 School of Chemical Technology The Aalto University School of Chemical Technology combines natural sciences and engineering in a unique way. This allows the results of our research to be refined a long way and put into practice as ready products and processes. Each innovation secures both our renewable and non-renewable natural resources for the future. We are the catalyst of change, helping to preserve natural resources with sustainable products, processes and materials. The school educates experts that can provide innovative solutions that utilise both renewable and non-renewable resources. They have a deep understanding of how to combine product life cycles, recycling of materials and sustainable design. The research priorities include: process technology industrial biotechnology biomaterials science advanced metals and minerals recovery processes active and functional materials The teaching of the school is also focused on these areas of priority. The School provides education for a wide range of responsible future professionals. M.Sc. and Ph.D. graduates in technology work in diverse positions in Finland s largest industrial sectors, in the metal and electronics industry, wood processing industries as well as chemical, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and food industries. The research and teaching are supported by an extensive international academic and industrial cooperation network. Find more information about School of Chemical Technology from chem.aalto.fi School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

13 Contact information Department of Biotechnology and Chemical Technology and Department of Chemistry Postal address: P.O. Box 16100, Aalto, FINLAND Visiting address: Kemistintie 1 Department of Materials Science and Engineering Postal address: P.O. Box 16200, Aalto, FINLAND Visiting address: Vuorimiehentie 2 A Department of Forest Products Technology Postal address: P.O. Box 16300, Aalto, FINLAND Visiting address: Vuorimiehentie 1 Telephone: School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

14 CHEM Learning Services School of Chemical Technology Learning Services (CHEM LES) supports study progress and study ability at the university. The Learning Services coordinates and offers different trainings, events and happenings related to student recruitment, orientation for new students, study ability and study skills together with other service units and Aalto Schools. There are an own planning officer, student affairs secretary and student adviser for each major. They take care of various tasks related to study planning and student guidance. Student affairs secretaries for example give advice in administrative issues related to the degrees, registrar of the study attainments and give official transcripts and receive different study related applications. You can find them from Student service desk. The planning officers tasks include study guidance (major and minor selections, individual study plans, international studies...), monitoring of the studies and for example study plans, eligibility issues for further studies for the graduates from foreign universities. The planning officers appointments are by agreement. Student Service Desk Student service desk at School of Chemical Technology is located on the first floor of the building of Chemical Technology (Kemistintie 1, room C208). At the Student Service Desk: you can enroll for the academic year you can obtain a certificate of student status and an official transcript of records you can make changes to your name and address in the student register we take care of issues related to the registration of students and their rights to study, including waiving rights to study you can collect your degree certificate School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

15 Contact information Visiting address: Building of Chemical Technology, Kemistintie 1, room C208 (Service Desk) Postal address: P.O.Box 16100, AALTO, FINLAND Telephone: Student Counselling The student advisers are senior students whom you may turn to in all matters related to studying. The Student Advisers tasks include giving advice related to making the individual study plan (HOPS), different types of applications, studying techniques and practical training. They help in practical matters related to both studying abroad and studying (and living) in Finland. Basically, you can ask them all questions about studying when you do not know whom to turn to. You can find the student advisers from the building of Materials Science and Engineering (Vuorimiehentie 2 A, room B157). The reception hours are announced in the beginning of the semester. Please check up-to-date contact information from the Into webpages of the School of Chemical Technology. Contact information Visiting address: Building of Materials Science and Engineering, Vuorimiehentie 2 A, room B157 & telephone: please check from into.aalto.fi 14 School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

16 Online Tools for Students In addition to study guides, Aalto University uses various online services for planning and monitoring one s studies, and for keeping up with what is going on at the university. In planning one s studies, this study guide and the online tools complement each other and should be used side by side. Below is an introduction to students most important online tools: Into into.aalto.fi - a tool for Information. All the information on studying, degree programmes, services for students, administrative processes regarding studies etc. can be found at the Into web portal. You can access Into without logging in, but after you have enrolled at the university and got your IT account activated you are also able to customize the portal according to your interests. Into consists of several sites: all of the Aalto Schools have their own sites for both Bachelor and Master s students and for Doctoral candidates. Services also have their own site. You can start browsing Into by selecting your School of Chemical Technology under the title Bachelor and Master s Students. There you will find, for instance, information on degree structures, guidelines for the practices concerning studies, enrolment for the academic year, graduation and exchange studies as well as news. From there you can also find all forms needed while studying at Aalto University. Into does not extend to course-related matters - specific course information is available in WebOodi. WebOodi oodi.aalto.fi - a tool for registration. In Aalto University, registration for courses, exams and the academic year is done through the WebOodi. All courses and basic information concerning the courses can be found in the WebOodi. You can search for courses and access course information also outside the university School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

17 without logging in, but in order to register for courses and exams, you will need an Aalto University IT account and password, which you will get upon enrolment. Via WebOodi you can register for courses and exams make your personal study plan (OodiHOPS) order an unofficial copy of transcript of records have a look at course outlines and schedules make alterations concerning your personal data The WebOodi application also contains an electronic version of the course catalog. Students may also for example check out the exam dates, the availability of the course literature in the library or the evaluation criteria before signing up. The deadline for a registration is 7 days before the exam/course begins. For certain courses there are different rules, for detailed information please check course descriptions. MyCourses mycourses.aalto.fi - a tool for studying. MyCourses a virtual learning environment. From MyCourses you can find course home pages, create your own timetable, etc. The system combines the best properties of different systems and includes a user interface that will function as a course portal, a publishing platform for learning materials, a communication channel, and an interactive operating environment for teaching and learning. The service also includes plug-ins and other tools, such as plagiarism detection and co-authoring. 16 School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

18 General About the Master s Degree School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

19 The Master s Programme in Chemical, Biochemical and Materials Engineering MASTER S THESIS 30 CR ELECTIVE STUDIES 25 CR MAJOR 60 CR Academic Learning Community 5 CR Figure 1. Structure of Master s Degree Programme. Degree structure The master s degree consists of 120 study credits. This means two study years including master s thesis. The Master s Programme in Chemical, Biochemical and Materials Engineering includes: 4-5 cr course (CHEM-E0100 Academic Learning Community), common to all majors in Master s Programme in Chemical, Biochemical and Materials Engineering 60 cr major dependent studies 30 cr thesis 25 cr electives 18 School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

20 Aims of the master s degree The aim of the education leading to the degree of Master of Science (Technology) is to: 1. provide students with in-depth knowledge of the field of the major and give them the knowledge and skills needed to understand the challenges of the field from the points of view of users, technical and social systems, and the environment; 2. provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for operating as an expert and developer of the field; 3. provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to apply scientific knowledge and scientific methods independently; 4. provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for scientific postgraduate education and 5. provide students with the language and communication skills needed to follow the scientific development of the field and to engage in scholarly communication in the field of science and technology. The education shall be based on scientific research and the professional practices of fields requiring expertise in science and technology. General learning outcomes The learning outcomes of the master s degree are based on the aims set for education leading to a Master of Science (Technology) as defined in the degree regulations of the School of Chemical Technology. The learning outcomes of the degree are further specified in the major- and course-specific descriptions of learning outcomes. The focus areas of the education are the sustainable use and processing of natural resources and new materials, including their technical applications. In the studies towards the major, students acquire advanced knowledge in a specific area of biotechnology, chemical technology or material science and technology. The education leading to a master s degree is based on the professional practices of fields requiring expertise in science and technology and on scientific research generating new knowledge. Students may choose their minors or elective study modules so that their degree is a combination of technology, business, and art, typical of Aalto University. School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

21 Students will adopt a responsible, goal-oriented and systematic way of working, and develop skills to work as experts in their area of specialisation both independently and in cooperation with experts of different fields, also in an international working environment. They will be able to express themselves clearly and unambiguously both orally and in writing and to tailor their communication to the target audience. The School of Chemical Technology trains Masters of Science (Technology) who have the skills and knowledge to work as pacesetters of the fields of biotechnology, chemical technology and material science and technology in various managerial, planning and research duties serving industry or related stakeholders, the scientific community or public sector. The studies of the programme provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for applying scientific knowledge and scientific methods independently and for continuing to doctoral education. Graduates of the programme will have achieved the key scientific and professional working methods of their area of specialisation and will be able to continuously deepen their knowledge by acquiring, evaluating and processing scientific, technical and professional information. They will gain the knowledge and skills to understand the challenges of the field from the point of view of users and technical and social systems, as well as from that of the environment and be able to use this knowledge in developing new solutions, also as members of multidisciplinary teams. Common studies The common course (CHEM-E0100 Academic Learning Community) consists of following themes: global challenges and business opportunities in sustainable use and processing of natural resources from the point of view of users and technical and social systems and the environment multidisciplinary team in developing new solutions as a response for the challenges and opportunities collaboration between the majors and other programs in Aalto schools, if possible 20 School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

22 Students can also include training in their studies. The below training courses can be included in elective studies. CHEM-E0130 Professional Training (3-5 cr.) CHEM-E0135 International Professional Training (3-5 cr.) Detailed information about the contents of courses can be found from WebOodi (Courses/teaching > Search > search by course code or name). No login needed. School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

23 Master s Thesis Goals of the Master s Thesis The master s thesis is a piece of applied research. The key goal of the master s thesis is solving a problem relevant to the field of study based on existing scientific knowledge in compliance with the principles of responsible conduct of research. The goal is to produce a scientific thesis. The scientific nature of the master s thesis should not, however, be underlined too much, since producing new scientific knowledge is not expected of a master s thesis, but only of a doctoral dissertation. The solutions developed in the master s thesis must be useful to the practice of the field. The master s thesis shall be written on a topic related to the advanced studies of the degree programme, agreed upon between the student and a professor who is either in charge of the research field linked with the topic or sufficiently specialised in the topic of the thesis. The goals of the master s thesis are to: provide the skills needed to acquire scientific knowledge independently and to identify, distinguish and solve scientific and professional problems also under new circumstances and to apply scientific knowledge also otherwise provide in-depth knowledge of the theories and research methods, problem-solving and design methods essential to the studies provide in-depth knowledge of the issues studied Students may apply for a topic for their master s thesis when the bachelor s degree and a minimum of 45 credits counted towards the master s degree have been completed. The degree programme committee of the school approves the topic and the language of the master s thesis, and appoints a thesis supervisor and one or two thesis advisors for it. The master s thesis must be completed in one year. Students who fail to submit the master s thesis for examination by the deadline shall submit a new thesis topic application to the school. The master s thesis is a public document. It cannot be concealed. 22 School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

24 General Instructions on Writing the Thesis The Master s Thesis is worth of 30 credits. The thesis is written in Finnish, Swedish or in other language approved by the Degree Programme Committee (English is automatically approved). The actual guidelines for formatting the master s thesis, including tips on the presentation style (font, line spacing, margins, referencing) are available on Into. The master s thesis is to be a concise, clearly written and finalised written presentation of a topic, with the maximum length of pages with appendices. The appearance of the thesis must be neat, organised and elegant. Right alignment and use of headers and footers are optional, and the page number format may be chosen by the student. The left margin must be sufficiently wide to allow binding. Students are recommended to illustrate the thesis with appropriate figures and tables. Tables are good for presenting exact values. Instructions on using figures and tables are given in various writing manuals. The master s thesis is bound in black covers. Electronic originality check University has a university-level electronic system which recognises similarities between written texts and thus helps in the detection of plagiarism. Presenting the Master s Thesis The master s thesis process also includes presentation of the finished thesis at a time agreed upon with the thesis supervisor. The presentation or similar event to showcase the thesis has to be held before the master s thesis is approved and evaluated. Maturity Essay The master s thesis author must write a maturity essay to demonstrate conversance with the field of the thesis and proficiency in the language s/he has been educated in. The maturity essay may be an essay written on a topic given by the thesis supervisor and written under supervision. Alternatively, the maturity essay may be part of the master s thesis, in which case the method of completion is agreed School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

25 upon with the supervising professor. The maturity essay must be written before the approval of the master s thesis. Finnish students write the maturity essay in the language they have been educated at primary and secondary levels (Finnish or Swedish). The requirement of a maturity essay also applies to international students, who usually write their maturity essays in English. Maturity essays written in other languages than Finnish or Swedish are only subjected to a review of the contents, not of the language. Evaluation of the master s thesis The master s thesis is graded on the same scale as the other study attainments. The thesis is graded by the supervising professor. The degree programme committee shall decide the final approval and grading of the thesis after examining the written statement by the thesis supervisor. You can check evaluation criteria from Evaluation form for the master s thesis. Graduation Students can apply for the master s degree, when all courses required for the master s degree have been completed and the master s thesis is done. Students can apply for the approval and evaluation of the master s thesis and for the master s degree graduation at the same time. Thesis will be approved by the degree programme committee and the graduation by the dean. In the School of Chemical Technology, the graduation ceremony is held four times a year; two ceremonies in the autumn term and two ceremonies in the spring term. The graduation dates as well as the graduation ceremony dates are available in the study administration schedule. 24 School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

26 Majors The Master s programme in Chemical, Biochemical and Materials Engineering offers seven majors with possibility to combine different fields with elective studies. The majors are: Biomass Refining Biotechnology Chemical Engineering Chemistry Fibre and Polymer Engineering Functional Materials Sustainable Metals Processing Biomass Refining Major in Finnish: Biomassan jalostustekniikka Code: CHEM3021 Extent: 60 cr cr Professor in charge: Herbert Sixta Biomass refining constitutes the sustainable processing of biomass into a spectrum of marketable products and energy. The key technological contents of the major are treatment of biomass with tailored mechanical, chemical, biochemical and thermochemical processes leading to selective and efficient fractionation of the biomass components into functional fractions, and further refining of the fractions to fibres, polymers, chemical compounds and fuels or their reactants. The focus point of the major is the physiological function and structure of plants as well as the reactivity of the chemical components of lignocellulosic biomass in the conversion processes. Great attention is paid to process integration modelling, taking into account recycling and waste management. This includes the development of an integrated, rational and transparent evaluation framework for sustainable assessments, such as Life Cycle Assessments (LCA). The major Biomass Refining applies knowledge of the fields of biotechnology, chemistry, and process technology. School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

27 Learning outcomes After graduating from the major, the students: are able to describe the global availability of biomass feedstocks and can formulate scientifically justified arguments on the sustainable use of biomass. can give an overall description of biomass structure, from macro structural aspects to microscopic and molecular level, the emphasis being on the plant cell wall architecture and the structure and interactions of lignocellulosic components (cellulose, lignin, hemicelluloses, resins and inorganic compounds). can identify the principal cellular organisms relevant in biomass refining and describe and apply the principles and practices in (bio)catalysis and explain how biosynthesis of plant cell wall constituents and cellular metabolites proceeds. can model and simulate mass and energy phenomena in multiphase systems and are able to calculate material and energy balances of complex systems. have thorough knowledge of the separation methods used in biomass refining, and based on this knowledge can formulate suggestions for practical applications. can predict and describe chemical reactions of biomass components in different conditions and can design and perform experiments to test the hypotheses. can give detailed scientific and technical descriptions on the industrial-scale mechanical, thermo-chemical, chemical, and biochemical methods for biomass fractionation into platforms (carbohydrates, lignin, extractives). are able to suggest feasible and sustainable production schemes for value-added products from the platforms, including LCA analysis of the products. can perform biomass fractionation experiments in practice and can use the most relevant analytical methods and equipment for analysing and characterising the products. demonstrate an understanding of societal, economical, and environmental effects of engineering solutions. 26 School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

28 Content and structure For the major (60 ECTS ECTS credits) all students have to take the same common and compulsory studies of 4-5 cr + 60 cr. Biomass Refining major CONTENT AND STRUCTURE For the major (60 ECTS ECTS credits) all students have to take the same common and compulsory studies of 4-5 cr + 60 cr. 1 st year 2 nd year FALL I SPRING I FALL II SPRING II Academic Learning Community Lignocellulose Chemistry Biomass Pretreatment and Fractionation in Class Integration and Products Plant Biomass Biomass Pretreatment and Fractionation in Lab Engineering Thermodynamics, Separation Processes, part I Engineering Thermodynamics, Separation Processes, part II Catalysis Catalysis for Biomass Refining Electives Thesis Bioprocess Technology II Thermochemical Processes Electives 5 CR COMPULSORY COURSES SPECIALIZATION COURSES ELECTIVES THESIS Table 2. Common compulsory courses (5 cr) Code Name Credits Period/year CHEM-E0100 Academic Learning Community 4-5 I-V / 1st School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

29 Table 3. Compulsory courses (60 cr) Code Name Credits Period/year CHEM-E1110 Lignocellulose Chemistry 5 I-II / 1st CHEM-E1100 Plant Biomass 5 I-II / 1st CHEM-E7100 CHEM-E7110 Engineering Thermodynamics, Separation Processes, part I Engineering Thermodynamics, Separation Processes, part II 5 I / 1st 5 II / 1st CHEM-E1120 Thermochemical Processes 5 III-V / 1st CHEM-E1130 Catalysis 5 III-IV / 1st CHEM-E1140 Catalysis for Biomass Refining 5 IV-V / 1st CHEM-E3140 Bioprocess Technology II 5 II / 1st CHEM-E1150 CHEM-E1160 Biomass Pretreatment and Fractionation in Class Biomass Pretreatment and Fractionation in Laboratory 5 III-V / 1st 5 III-V / 1st CHEM-E1200 Integration and Products 10 I-II or III-V / 2nd Biotechnology Major in Finnish: Biotekniikka Code: CHEM3022 Extent: 60 cr cr Professor in charge: Katrina Nordström Graduates from the Biotechnology major have a strong multidisciplinary knowledge of biotechnology and engineering and the ability to apply this knowledge in a research and business environment. The major gives an in-depth understanding of molecular level biological phenomena, their modeling and application. At the core of the teaching are biotechnologically important organisms and enzymes, their properties, as well as their applications in products and processes. Students acquire practical skills and the ability to use key methods of biotechnology, including genetic engineering and synthetic biology, and learn to apply these tools to the development of biotechnological processes. The major Biotechnology applies knowledge in the fields of biotechnology, chemistry and process engineering. 28 School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

30 Learning outcomes After graduating from the major Biotechnology, the students have the competencies to: Select methods for the molecular-level control, regulation and modeling of metabolic pathways and enzymatic reactions, to optimize the performance and physiology of pro- and eukaryotic cells and systems. Apply methods for experimentation and analysis of the structure and function of biological macromolecules, genetic modification of pro- and eukaryotic cells, randomization, screening, and selection approaches. Implement engineering approaches at the cellular level for protein modifications, secretion, signaling and control of biochemical pathways in industrially important producer organisms leading to generation of commercially interesting compounds. Use rationale design for biocatalyst development to plan and perform in practice operations with biocatalysts and subsequent separation steps with various proteins, organisms and product types. Quantify and model cellular, enzymatic, unit operation and bioreactor performance in a process and suggest research questions for process developments and in the R&D and production chain including estimates on capital and operation expenditure and profitability. Apply conceptual and mathematical modelling of physical, chemical and biological phenomena in bioreactors, downstream operations and product recovery including analytics and economic feasibility studies. Design and select equipment for unit operations, large scale and process operations for the refining of biological raw materials to new value added products, including valorization of sidestreams. Design product development processes in line regulatory demands nationally and internationally and contribute to handling IPR matters, marketing authorization, product launch, within a framework of ethical guidelines and professional standards promoting problem solving and innovation for advancement of science and technology for a sustainable future bioeconomy. School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

31 Content and structure For the major (60 cr cr) the students have to take: 45 cr of the same compulsory studies for all students and additional specialization studies of 15 cr which students need to select from a list of courses included. Common compulsory course (4-5 cr) Minor recommendation: Chemical Engineering, Chemistry Biotechnology major CONTENT AND STRUCTURE For the major (60 cr cr) the students have to take - The major is formed of 45 cr of the same compulsory studies of all students and additional specialization studies of 15 cr which students need to select from a list of courses included. - Common compulsory course (4-5 cr) - minor recommendation: Chemical Engineering, Chemistry 1 st year 2 nd year FALL I SPRING I FALL II SPRING II Academic Learning Community Biolab I Biolab III Thesis Biolab II Cell factory Biochemistry Biophysical chemistry Bioprocess Technology II Microbiology Cell biology MAJOR SPECIAL COURSES (5 TOTAL): Choose minimum of 15 cr, can also be used as electives Synthetic biology Advanced biochemistry Bioprocess optimization and simulation Cell- and tissue engineering Systems biology 5 CR COMPULSORY COURSES SPECIALIZATION COURSES ELECTIVES THESIS 30 School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

32 Table 4. Common compulsory courses (5 cr) Code Name Credits Period/year CHEM-E0100 Academic Learning Community 4-5 I-V / 1st Table 5. Compulsory courses (45 cr) Code Name Credits Period/year CHEM-E3100 Biochemistry 5 I / 1st CHEM-E3110 Biolab I 5 I / 1st CHEM-E3120 Microbiology 5 I / 1st CHEM-E3130 Biolab II 5 II / 1st CHEM-E3140 Bioprocess Technology II 5 II / 1st CHEM-E3150 Biophysical Chemistry 5 III / 1st CHEM-E8120 Cell Biology 5 II / 1st CHEM-E8115 Cell Factory 5 III / 1st CHEM-E3160 Biolab III 5 IV-V / 1st Table 6. Specialization courses (15 cr) Code Name Credits Period/year CHEM-E3215 Advanced Biochemistry 5 II-III / 1st CHEM-E3225 Cell- and Tissue Engineering 5 III-IV/ 1st CHEM-E3170 Systems Biology 5 IV-V / 1st CHEM-E8125 Synthetic Biology 5 IV-V / 1st CHEM-E3205 Bioprocess Optimization and Simulation 5 I / 2nd Chemical Engineering Major in Finnish: Prosessitekniikka Code: CHEM3027 Extent: 60 cr cr Professor in charge: Ville Alopaeus The Chemical Engineering major is based on a multi-scale perspective to underlying physical and chemical phenomena in chemical processes. It starts with molecular level origins of relevant phenomena, explains how processing unit level models and design practic- School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

33 es emerge from them, and further considers integrated chemical plants and ultimately societal level effects. The emphasis is to educate engineers with a deep perspective on how natural sciences are applied with best engineering practices in Chemical Process Industries. The graduates of this major are capable of acting as chemical processing experts in various industries, are capable of evaluating designs and designing feasible and sustainable chemical processes with the help of modern tools. Learning outcomes Core scientific and engineering knowledge: Comprehensive knowledge of transport phenomena (heat, mass and momentum transfer) in single and multiphase systems, and general knowledge of their molecular origin. Knowledge of mutual interactions of the relevant transport phenomena in chemical processes, and how processes should be designed to ensure desired fluid flow. Comprehensive knowledge of chemical kinetics and catalysis in various fields related to chemical process industries, such as in oil refining and petrochemicals, polymer reaction technology and biomaterial conversions. A general knowledge in the related fields, such as biocatalysis and metals production. Knowledge about applied thermodynamics, phase equilibrium and physical property calculations, and their relation to conversion and separation process design. Understand process dynamics, automation and control, and their connection to process design and integration. Understand societal, economical, and environmental effects of process and plant design decisions and responsibilities related to Chemical Engineering discipline. Core scientific and engineering skills (the students should be able to apply knowledge in these): Study experimentally reactor and separation process performance, operate them safely and in a controlled manner, gather and analyze data and evaluate process unit performance. Understand connection between various processing steps from a chemical production point of view. Model, analyze, design, and optimize chemical processes with the help of modern tools. 32 School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

34 Act as a chemical engineering expert in multidisciplinary groups of experts designing economically feasible, safe and environmentally friendly chemical plants. Content and structure For the major (60 ECTS ECTS credits) the students have to take common and compulsory studies 4-5 cr + 45 cr and select three (3) specialization courses 15 cr. Chemical Engineering major CONTENT AND STRUCTURE For the major (60 ECTS ECTS credits) the students have to take common and compulsory studies 4-5 cr + 45 cr and select three (3) specialization courses 15 cr. 1 st year 2 nd year FALL I SPRING I FALL II SPRING II Academic Learning Community Engineering Thermodynamics, Separation Processes, part I Reaction Engineering Design Project in Chemical Engineering Engineering Thermodynamics, Separation Processes, part II Fluid Flow in Process Units Specialization course Process Automation Specialization course Thesis Elective studies Process Modeling Specialization course Elective studies Laboratory Project in Chemical Engineering Elective studies Elective studies Elective studies SPECILIZATION COURSES Select 3 Advanced Process Control Methods Production Planning and Control Reactor Design Polymer Reaction Engineering Catalysis Experimental Assignment in Chemical Engineering Process Development 5 CR COMPULSORY COURSES SPECIALIZATION COURSES ELECTIVES THESIS School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

35 Table 7. Common compulsory courses (5 cr) Code Name Credits Period/year CHEM-E0100 Academic Learning Community 4-5 I-V / 1st Table 8. Compulsory courses (45 cr) Code Name Credits Period/year CHEM-E7100 CHEM-E7110 CHEM-E7120 Engineering Thermodynamics, Separation Processes, part I Engineering Thermodynamics, Separation Processes, part II Laboratory Project in Chemical Engineering 5 I / 1st 5 II / 1st 5 I-II / 1st CHEM-E7130 Process Modeling 5 II / 1st CHEM-E7140 Process Automation 5 I / 1st CHEM-E7150 Reaction Engineering 5 III / 1st CHEM-E7160 Fluid Flow in Process Units 5 IV-V / 1st CHEM-E7200 Design Project in Chemical Engineering 10 I-II or III-V / 2nd Table 9. Specialization courses (choose three courses, total 15 cr) Code Name Credits Period/year CHEM-E7105 Process Development 5 I-II /1st or 2nd CHEM-E7115 Experimental Assignment in Chemical Engineering 5 I II or III V / 1st or 2nd CHEM-E7135 Reactor Design 5 I-II / 2nd CHEM-E7165 Advanced Process Control Methods 5 IV / 1st or 2nd CHEM-E7155 Production Planning and Control 5 III / 1st or 2nd CHEM-E1130 Catalysis 5 III-IV / 1st CHEM-E2145 Polymer Reaction Engineering 5 III-V / 1st Note! Course CHEM-E7135 Reactor Design will be organized for the first time in academic year School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

36 Chemistry Major in Finnish: Kemia Code: CHEM3023 Extent: 60 cr cr Professor in charge: Kari Laasonen The Chemistry major has a strong scientific basis in chemistry. It begins with molecular and quantum mechanical level description of matter and chemical reactions. The organic and inorganic study paths provide good knowledge on synthesizing and analyzing organic or inorganic materials. The physical chemistry study path focuses on electrochemistry and computational chemistry. In addition to the natural science basis, the major provides good knowledge in chemical engineering practices, especially when complementing the major s courses with chemical engineering courses. The emphasis is on educating engineers capable of acting as chemistry experts in various branches of the industry and capable of solving chemistry related problems, such as planning reaction procedures and analyzing materials in detail. Learning outcomes Core scientific and engineering knowledge: Knowledge of organic and inorganic materials and chemical reaction mechanisms to synthesize these materials. Knowledge of chemical equilibria and kinetics in various chemical reactions and knowledge of quantum mechanics related to the chemical bond and spectroscopy. Depending on the study path the major will offer comprehensive knowledge in: (organic chemistry) organic synthesis, asymmetric synthesis, organometallic chemistry and structural analysis. To support synthesis, the module offers studies in computer aided methods for molecular design, synthesis design, and data analysis. (inorganic and analytical chemistry) basics of materials chemistry: solid state chemistry phenomena and theories. Materials synthesis (polycrystalline, nanoparticles, single crystals, thin films), characterization techniques, and ma- School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

37 terial functions (catalytic, conductive, magnetic, ferroelectric, thermoelectric, photonic). Modern analytical chemistry methods, especially miniaturized analytical systems. (physical chemistry) pure and applied electrochemistry and computational chemistry. The pure electrochemistry study path will offer comprehensive knowledge of electrochemical processes and measurements. The applied electrochemistry path focuses mainly on fuel cells and light weight batteries. The computational chemistry path will focus on molecular modelling. We strongly encourage the students to complement their studies with chemical engineering or physics courses. For example, combining organic chemistry and polymer engineering will be very useful when working with polymer based industrial problems. Additional studies in chemical engineering will broaden the understanding in industrial processes. Physics studies will help to better understand physical chemistry problems. Core scientific and engineering skills (the students should be able to apply knowledge in these): All graduates from the program have a broad expertise in designing complex chemical projects. They can analyze the progress of the process and its products. The graduates can utilize new scientific knowledge in the chemical industry. The graduate can act as a chemistry expert in multidisciplinary groups of experts in the chemical industry. Graduates in organic chemistry can design organic synthesis for future technological solutions and analyze the synthesis products. Such skills are very useful in pharmaceutical, organic materials, and polymer industry. Graduates in inorganic chemistry are experts in materials chemistry. They can design materials synthesis procedures and analyze synthesis products. Graduates in physical chemistry can plan, perform and interpret electrochemical measurements. They can participate in development of electrochemical processes and devices, and they can perform complex molecular simulations. 36 School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

38 Content and structure For the major (60 cr cr) the students have to take: 30 cr common studies for all students and 30 cr of specialization studies that each student can select from a list of courses. Common compulsory course (4-5 cr) Minor recommendation: Chemical Engineering, Fiber and Polymer Engineering Chemistry major CONTENT AND STRUCTURE For the major (60 cr cr) the students have to take: - The major is formed of 30 cr common studies for all students and 30 cr of specialization studies that each student can select from a list of courses. - Common compulsory course (4-5 cr) - minor recommendation: Chemical Engineering, Fiber and Polymer Engineering 1 st year 2 nd year FALL I SPRING I FALL II SPRING II Academic Learning Community Chemistry of the Elements Major special courses Selectivity in Synthesis and Recognition Quantum mechanics and Spectroscopy Major special courses Thesis Quantitative Instrumental Analysis Electives Laboratory projects in chemistry Electives 5 CR COMPULSORY COURSES SPECIALIZATION COURSES ELECTIVES THESIS School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

39 Table 10. Common compulsory courses (5 cr) Code Name Credits Period/year CHEM-E0100 Academic Learning Community 4-5 I-V / 1st Table 11. Compulsory courses (30 cr) Code Name Credits Period/year CHEM-E4100 Laboratory projects in chemistry 10 I-II / 1st CHEM-E4110 Quantum mechanics and Spectroscopy 5 I / 1st CHEM-E4120 Quantitative Instrumental Analysis 5 I / 1st CHEM-E4130 Chemistry of the Elements 5 II / 1st CHEM-E4140 Selectivity in Synthesis and Recognition 5 II / 1st Table 12. Specialization courses (30 cr) Code Name Credits Period/year CHEM-E4105 Inorganic Material Design and Synthesis 5 III / 1st or 2nd CHEM-E4125 Asymmetric Synthesis 5 I / 2nd CHEM-E4135 Advanced Analytical Chemistry 5 III / 1st CHEM-E4115 Computational Chemistry I 5 III / 1st CHEM-E4155 Solid State Chemistry 5 IV-V / 1st CHEM-E4165 Chemical Instrumentation and Electroanalytical Methods 5 IV-V / 1st CHEM-E4175 Fundamental Electrochemistry 4 III / 1st CHEM-E4185 Electrochemical Kinetics 6 IV-V / 1st CHEM-E4205 Crystallography Basics and Structural Characterization 5 I / 2nd CHEM-E8100 Organic Structural Analysis 5 I / 2nd CHEM-E4235 Transport processes at electrodes and membranes 5 I / 2nd CHEM-E4215 Functional Inorganic Materials 5 II / 2nd CHEM-E4245 Natural Product Chemistry 5 II / 2nd CHEM-E4255 Electrochemical Energy Conversion 5 II / 2nd CHEM-E4265 Advanced Synthesis 10 III-IV / 1st CHEM-E4225 Computational Chemistry II 5 IV-V / 1st or 2nd CHEM-E4275 Research project in chemistry I 5 I, II, III, IV, V CHEM-E4285 Research project in chemistry II 5 I, II, III, IV, V CHEM-E8105 Enzymatic and Biomimetic Catalysis 5 III-IV / 1st or 2nd CHEM-E8130 Medicinal Chemistry 5 II / 2nd 38 School of Chemical Technology Master s Programme Study-guide

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