UIC Chem-E Car Fellow Program

Description: Chem-E Car Fellow program is the paid summer internship program that supports up to three outstanding undergraduate students to conduct research activities towards the development of Chem-E car for the AIChE Chem-E car competition. This is a 6-week internship program requiring 20 hrs per week of work starting from June 24th.  The Department of Chemical Engineering invites outstanding undergraduate students to apply for this program. The three selected students will also receive the recognition as “Chem-E Car Fellows”.

Chem-E Car Activities

2018 Chem-E Car Team

March 01, 2018

​2018 Chem-E car team - (from left to right) - Meenesh R. Singh (Faculty  Advisor), Fatima Saeed (Chem-E Car Fellow), Amanda Ly (Chem-E Car Fellow), Eddie Salgado (captain), James Fell (Chem-E Car Fellow, vice captain), and William Rawson. The UIC Hot Rod competed in 2018 AIChE North Central Conference at Purdue University and finished 5th among >20 colleges. 

2018 Chem-E Car - Hot Rod

March 01, 2018

​This custom-made chem-e car features - i) power source - rechargeable lead acid battery, ii) stopping mechanism -luminol reaction, and iii) design- more rigid design with lower center of gravity.

2017 Chem-E Car Team

March 01, 2017

2017 Chem-E car team - (from left to right) - Meenesh R. Singh (Faculty  Advisor), Christian Kozlowski, Dayana Reyes, Demetrios Galanos (captain), Trisha Erasga, and Timothy Oswald. The UIC E-Wagon competed in 2017 AIChE North Central Conference at Purdue University and finished 7th among 20 colleges. 

2017 Chem-E Car - E-Wagon

March 01, 2017

This custom-made chem-e car features - i) power source - manganese dioxide zinc battery, ii) stopping mechanism -iodine clock reaction, and iii) double decker bus design.

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