The Division CTIC consists of the three Laboratories with the relative educational and research fields:
Laboratory of Chemical and Environmental Technology (LCET)
The Laboratory of Chemical and Environmental Technology (LCET) satisfies educational and research needs in the field of Chemical Technology, Environmental Technology and Development of New Materials – Adsorption and Catalytic Processes, with valuable and recognized experience in the water and waste treatment, production of (bio) fuels and (bio) chemicals and in aerospace applications of high demands. The Laboratory provides education both in the undergraduate studies: Chemical Technology, Physical Processes, Chemical Processes, Green Chemistry, Principles of Environmental Technology, Transfer Phenomena, Processes in Biotechnology, Design in the Chemical Industry, Inorganic Materials Technology – Nanotechnology and Postgraduate Studies: Principles of Chemical Technology, Environmental Technology and Environmental Management, Catalytic Processes, Separation Technologies for the Control of Environmental Pollution, Design and Simulation of Waste Treatment Facilities, Composition, characterization and applications of inorganic and hybrid nanomaterials.
Laboratory of Polymer and Colour Chemistry and Technology (PDCT)
The Laboratory of Polymer and Colour Chemistry and Technology (PDCT) serves educational and research needs in the cognitive objects of polymer science and technology, colour science and technology and industrial organic chemistry.
Regarding education, the laboratory covers teaching courses at the A) undergraduate level: Macromolecular Chemistry, Industrial Organic Chemistry, Polymer Technology, Laboratory Techniques for the Synthesis and Characterization of Polymers, Chemistry, Technology and Applications of Surface Active Agents, Colour Chemistry and Technology. B) postgraduate level: specialization courses in the science and technology of polymers and nanocomposites, fibers and dyeing technology.
Laboratory of Food Chemistry and Technology (LFCT)
The Laboratory of Food Chemistry and Technology (LFCT) satisfies educational and research needs in the field of Food Science (Chemistry and (Bio) Technology of Food, Wine and Alcoholic Beverages). LFCT participates in the curriculum of the Chemistry Department with courses at both undergraduate (Food Chemistry, Food Processing & Preservation, Food Analysis, Food Quality Management, Technology and Biotechnology of Foods and Beverages, Enology) and postgraduate level on topics related to chemical /biochemical changes in foods, food physical chemistry, manufacturing processes, food safety, authenticity and packaging, and the development of innovative products and ingredients.