Major research interests

  • Nonlinear dynamics and control of chemical processes including
    • Particulate processes (fluidized bed granulation and agglomeration, crystallization)
    • Integrated chemical processes (e.g. reactive distillation, chromatographic reactors, membrane reactors)
    • Chromatographic processes
  • Synthesis and mixed integer nonlinear optimization of novel process concepts
  • Modeling and dynamics of bioprocesses

Current PhD students in the IMPRS program

Emad Aamer

Emad Aamer

PhD project: Pore network extraction from simulated biofilms
Valentin Plamenov Chernev

Valentin Plamenov Chernev

PhD project: Modelling and control of a ternary SMB chromatographic process

Stefanie Duvigneau

PhD project: Structured population balance modeling of biological processes


Marcus Fechtner

PhD project: Analysis of adsorption processes with complex adsorption isotherms (Nov. 26, 2020)

Robert Dürr

PhD thesis: Parameter estimation and method of moments for multi dimensional population balance equations with application to vaccine production processes
(Nov. 23, 2016)

Subramanian Swernath

PhD thesis: Design and control of combined chemical processes for the production of pure enantiomers
(Jan. 10, 2013)

Ganesh Paramasivan

PhD thesis: Control structure selection for multi-unit chemical plants
(Jan. 26, 2012)

Javier Garcia Palacios

PhD thesis: Synthesis of integrated chemical processes for manufacturing of enantiomers
(Nov. 10, 2011)
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