International Max Planck Research School Magdeburg for Advanced Methods in Process and Systems Engineering - IMPRS ProEng
The International Max Planck Research School Magdeburg is a joint initiative of the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems and the Otto von Guericke University in Magdeburg. Its main goal is to provide excellent training and PhD projects with regard to the analysis, design and optimization in chemical and biochemical process engineering.
The focus is on the development and the application of mathematical modeling approaches and system theoretical methods used to identify system structures, investigate process behavior and design technical processes for specific tasks.
Die 5. Sommerschule der IMPRS Magdeburg bot zum intensiv beforschten Thema "Entscheiden unter Unsicherheiten" Sprecher aus Industrie, angewandter Mathematik und ingenieurwissenschaftlicher Forschung sowie praktische Tutorials und gab neue Impulse für die eigene Forschungsarbeit. [more]
Dr.-Ing. Teng Zhou has been granted the 2016 Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-financed Students Abroad by the Chinese Scholarship Council for his academic excellence in his Ph.D. studies overseas. [more]
The European Research Council has announced on 13th December 2016 the awarding of its Consolidator Grants to 314 top researchers in Europe, among them Steffen Klamt, head of the Analysis and Redesign of Biological Networks group at MPI Magdeburg. The grant of 2 million Euro enables the group to take on the challenge in their research project Enforced ATP wasting as a general design principle to rationally engineer microbial cell factories.[more]