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Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering focuses on research and education in environmental engineering science, energy systems and chemical engineering. Our mission is accomplished by: tradition of "life-long learning," fundamental education curriculum & interdisciplinary initiatives, participation in cutting-edge research with faculty & industrial partners, and access to state-of-the-art facilities & instrumentation.

The department has 185 undergraduate students, 29 master of engineering students, 95 PhD students, 18 full-time faculty and 2,453 alumni. More...

Upcoming Events


EECE Seminar: Chemical Looping Technology - A Partical Technology Perspective

L.S. Fan, Professor, Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Ohio State University, will present.

11:00 AM


EECE Seminar: Modeling and Simulation of Lithium-ion Battery

Sumitava De, PhD Student, will present.

11:00 AM

Featured News

Washington University nets $3.4 million Energy grant

Washington University in St. Louis, a leader in advanced coal research and technology, will be contributing to President Barack Obama’s sweeping climate action plan with research funded by a $3.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy.


Moon receives NSF CAREER Award

Tae Seok Moon, PhD, assistant professor of energy, environmental and chemical engineering, has been selected to receive a 2014 National Science Foundation CAREER Award. 


2014 EECE Faculty Teaching Award Announced

Brent Williams will receive the 2014 EECE Faculty Teaching Award at the annual Engineering Honors ceremony.


Department Announces 2014 UG & Graduate Student Awards

Awards are given to UG and Graduate students for their accomplishments.  These awards will be given out at the Engineering Honors Ceremony at 4:00 p.m. on April 16, 2014 in Whitaker Auditorium.


WUSTL engineers provide free code to help build better batteries

A team of WUSTL Engineers has developed a freely available code that battery developers can use as a model to determine the optimal profile needed to charge a lithium-ion battery.


Washington University in St. Louis School of Engineering & Applied Science, Department of Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering

Brauer Hall, CB 1180, 1 Brookings Drive, Saint Louis, MO, USA 63130
Phone: (314) 935-5548, Fax: (314) 935-7211