IMPRS for Advanced Methods in Process and Systems Engineering

Our International Max Planck Research School, a joint initiative of the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems and the Otto von Guericke University in Magdeburg, provides high-level scientific training and supports PhD projects through an innovative concept which combines cutting-edge mathematical and systems-oriented engineering research. We are driven by challenging questions arising from the analysis, design and optimization of chemical and biochemical processes.

The new format was well received and many IMPRS students participated [more]
A varied program and interested participants - the Ladies Night was a complete success. [more]
In honour of the significant contributions he has made to the adsorption science community [more]
Here are the results of the first Chess Championship.


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Banafsheh Jabarivelisdeh researched on "Bioprocess Optimization and Control using Dynamic Constraint-based Models". [more]
Simon Bechtel finished his Phd with summa cum laude for his resarch on "Development of a novel, energy efficient process for the gas-phase electrolysis of hydrogen chloride to chlorine". [more]
The selection processs is over. 11 candidates were selected for new IMPRS students. [more]

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