School of Materials and Energy
School of Materials and Energy
Published:School of Materials and Energy

The School of Materials and Energy consists of 6 departments: Metallic Materials Engineering, Materials Forming and Control Engineering, Polymer Materials and Engineering, Thermal Energy and Power Engineering, Microelectronics Engineering, New Energy Materials and Devices, together with a Teaching Laboratory Center. Currently, the School has 3550 undergraduate students, 241 master students and 21 doctoral students.
The School currently has one Post-doctoral Station for Material Science and Engineering, three doctoral degree programs, ten master's degree programs, three engineering master's programs, and six undergraduate programs, among which Materials Forming and Control Engineering is a national characteristic specialty as well as a provincial name-brand specialty. Materials Science and Engineering is a famous and key discipline with a long history in the university. It has been selected as a key participant in the Guangdong '211 project' and the School has the right to award the Professor title in the subject. Materials Science and Materials Processing Engineering are provincial key disciplines. The School has well-equipped laboratories, including a provincial key lab (Preparations & Application of Functional Materials Key Lab) which occupies over 10,000 square meters and has a value of RMB 120 million.
The School has an effective teaching and research team, including 108 full-time teachers, 28 professors, and 54 associate professors, of whom 21 are doctoral supervisors and 68 are master's tutors. The members of the School have undertaken a great number of key research projects. These projects have led to many important achievements with distinguishing features in the fields of nano-structural and amorphous materials, modern die & mold CAD/CAM/CAE, materials forming and control technology, functional thin-film materials, new energy and environmental materials, nonferrous metal and functional composites, polymer materials processing, and modifying and composites. Some of these achievements have been developed into practical technology.


Ph.D. in Materials Science

Ph.D. in Materials Processing Engineering

Ph.D. in Materials Physics and Chemistry

ME in Materials Science

ME in Materials Processing Engineering

ME in Microelectronics and Solid Electronics

MS in Chemistry and Physics of Polymers

ME in Thermal Power Engineering

ME in Engineering Thermophysics

ME in Power Machinery and Engineering

ME in Fluid Machinery and Engineering

ME in Refrigeration and Cryogenic Engineering

ME in Chemical Process Equipment

BE in Materials Forming and Control Engineering

BE in Metallic Materials Engineering

BE in polymer Materials and Engineering

BE in Thermal Energy and Power Engineering

BE in Electronic Science and Technology

BE in Microelectronics