The CORE Network aims to construct a toolbox to help industry design crystallisation processes for the separation of chiral pharmaceuticals molecules. Learn all about CORE and how it works directly from the researchers involved in the project.
The Max Planck Institute Magdeburg invites you to its series of colloquia. The programme is filled with top-class scientists from notable research institutions, who give a survey of their research work.
4. November 2020, Max Planck Institute Magdeburg Experts from academia and industry showcase the promising concept of forced periodic operation of reaction and separation processes and discuss how it can be further exploited.
Dam, A. P.; Papakonstantinou, G.; Sundmacher, K.: On the role of microkinetic network structure in the interplay between oxygen evolution reaction and catalyst dissolution. Scientific Reports 10, 14140 (2020)
Tortora, C.; Mai, C.; Cascella, F.; Mauksch, M.; Seidel-Morgenstern, A.; Lorenz, H.; Tsogoeva, S. B.: Speeding up Viedma Deracemization through Water catalyzed and Reactant Self‐catalyzed Racemization. ChemPhysChem 21 (16), pp. 1775 - 1787 (2020)
Pontes Duff, I.; Grundel, S.; Benner, P.: New Gramians for Linear Switched Systems: Reachability, Observability, and Model Reduction. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control 65 (6), pp. 2526 - 2535 (2020)