The Department of Chemical Engineering at Curtin University have a number of focused research areas – these include Computational Fluid Dynamics, Multiphase Reactive Flows, Nano Materials, Molecular Modelling, Fuels and Energy Technology and flow through Porous Medium.
The centres include:
The Centre for Smart Grid and Sustainable Power Systems focuses on fundamental and applied research to develop advanced knowledge in electrical power engineering.
With over fifty researchers and an array of advanced facilities and analytical instruments, the Fuels and Energy Technology Institute aims for excellence in the field of energy science and engineering in the world.
Curtin Corrosion Engineering Industry Centre (CCEIC) has been conducting high quality research and providing expert consultancy services to oil and gas industry for more than two decades.