The Master's Degree in Green Chemistry aims to ensure that students acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to be able to develop and carry out new chemical processes that are efficient and economically viable in an environmentally friendly manner. Students will learn strategies to minimise the consumption of energy and raw materials and also to reduce the risks associated with the production, handling and use of chemicals.
This master's degree is a national benchmark in the fields of Sustainable Chemistry and Catalysis processes and has been designed taking into account the sustainability applied in the scientific-technological fields. It is worth mentioning the teaching staff for this master, lecturers not only from the UPV, but also from the Higher Council of Scientific Research and other Spanish universities (UCM, UEx, UJI, UVEG, UCo, UZar and UCLM). The Institute of Chemical Technology (UPV-CSIC), a world leader in catalysis, actively participates in the master's and allows enrolled students to carry out the FMD in its facilities.
La Sociedad Española de Catálisis, ha convocado 10 Becas de 1500 euros para la realización de Tesis Fin de Máster en Catálisis. El plazo finaliza el 2 de marzo.
II Jornadas de Química Sostenible el 3 de noviembre en el salón de actos del cubo azul (CPI)
El Aula Cemex-Sostenibilidad ha resuelto las tres ayudas de 1500 euros para la realización de la Tesis Fin de Máster relacionadas con la Química Sostenible del curso 2016-17