Chemical, Biomedical & Bio Engineering (CBBE)

Chemical, Biological and Bio engineering are core engineering disciplines. Bioengineering seeks to close the gap between engineering and medicine. It combines the design and problem-solving skills of engineering with medical and biological sciences to improve healthcare diagnosis and treatment.

Biological Engineering integrates multidisciplinary engineering principles with applied biological, agricultural, and environmental sciences for the sustainable production of food and biomaterials and the efficient utilization of natural resources.  Chemical engineering is primarily concerned with processes and equipment in which material undergoes a change in composition or state.

Chemical, Biomedical and Bio Engineering (CBBE) project topics:

    Alternative Energy
    Chemical Process Designs
Biochemical Products Environmental Engineering
Biomaterials Medical-Surgical Devices
    • Biomechanics
    • Physiological Models
Biomedical Optics Polymers and Composites
Biomedical Sensors and Computer Models Tissue Engineering

Engineering Expertise

The College of Engineering has seven departments and offers—23 degrees in all—undergraduate, masters and doctoral programs. Typical projects will tie the work to academic requirements and faculty from the department will serve as the advisors for individual projects.

What to Expect

The project begins with a set of deliverables and ends with a project presentation by the student team to the industry sponsors. The CBBE, ISE, and ME departments currently participate in the NCMEP@NCAT projects.
Contact:
NCMEP Project Development Specialist

phone: (336) 290-7722
email: mgpagett@ncat.edu

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