UB - University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Chemical and Biological Engineering

What do chemical engineers do?

Answers from our graduates.

We've asked our graduates to let us know what they do at work. Use the links below to read about what real people (who earned chemical engineering here at UB) are doing in real chemical engineering jobs.

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Name Degree Job Title Summary
Nisar Amin B.S., 1996 Senior Process Engineer From coloring roofing granules to improving a printing process
Hung-chang C. Chiu Ph.D., 1996 Business Manager. Ethanolamines Business Management with Profit/Loss Responsibilities
William K. Cline B.S., 1990 Plant Engineer Diverse: soda ash; team building; quality improvement; adhesives
Edward J. Colman M.S., 1988 Senior Research Scientist Specialty chemical process development; large-project engineering
Barbara R. Decaire B.S., 1988 Staff Scientist Formulation and characterization of refrigerant compounds
John P. DeJac B.S., 1986 Production Manager Manage the manufacturing of over-the-counter pharmaceutical products
James W. Harris B.S., 1990 Process Control Coordinator Petrochemical process startup; instrumentation and control expertise
Mark T. Jablonka B.S., 1996 Production Engineer Typical day for a chemical plant production engineer
David J. Loschiavo B.S., 2000 Project Sales Engineer Industrial system design and sales - Evaporation + Distillation
Manoj Mehta Ph.D., 1996 Technical Specialist Engineering paint application for an auto company
Matt J. Moynihan B.S., 2005 PhD Canidate I model Fluids on Supercomputers for Fusion Targets
Stan Serwon B.S., 1986 Sr Application & Product Development Engineer Develop label products
Sankar Venkiteswaran M.S., 2011 Engineering synthetic pathways in microbes to produce chemicals
Glenn Walnicki B.S., 2000 Controls Systems Engineer Design control systems for heavy duty gas turbines (power generation)