About Faculty of Chemical Engineering & Technology

The faculty of Chemical Engineering & Technology (FKTK) was established after the merger of several departments (formerly known as the School of Materials Engineering, School of Bioprocess Engineering and Department of Chemical Engineering Technology, Faculty of Engineering Technology) as a result of the university restructuring for schools to become a faculty. The new restructuring was approved at the 70th University Board of Directors (LPU) Meeting No. 1/2020 on 26 February 2020, effective on 2 March 2020.

The restructuring also involves merging and rebranding Schools / Faculties to the Faculty. The restructuring also involves the transfer/exchange of staff to the new departments (faculty) starting on 15 September 2020 and, subsequently, the appointment of new faculty Exco members until 31 August 2022.

Our Mission

To produce exemplary individuals who contribute to the nation’s development and industrial competitive agenda.

Our Vission

To become an internationally competitive Faculty of Engineering & Technology

About Materials Department

Materials Engineering, Metallurgy and Polymer Engineering are related to the structure and properties of materials and have engineering applications. Materials engineers, metallurgists and polymer engineers are responsible for designing, producing, inspecting and testing materials such as metal and its alloys, semiconductors, superconductors, ceramics, polymers, plastics and composites. All three programs emphasize learning and practical courses offered.

Materials Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering and Polymer Engineering are responsible for the research, specification, design and development of materials to advance technologies of many kinds. Their expertise lies in understanding the properties and behaviours of different substances, from raw materials to finished products.

The next generation of technologies will require advancement in materials engineering to meet the challenges of the 21st century. In accordance with the requirements of industrial and Vision 2020, a high need for professionals in Materials Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering and Polymer Engineering is required in various industries. Thus, these programs aim to produce qualified human resources with strong knowledge and experts in Materials Engineering, Metallurgy Engineering and Polymer Engineering for a sustainable future.