Trial lectures for position as professor
5 October at 08:30 - 10:15
Two candidates/applicants for the position as professor in chemical engineering with focus on separation processes have been invited to give a trial lecture on the topic separation processes in biorefineries - an overview. All interested faculty members and students are cordially invited to attend. The format is 30 minutes plus 10 minutes for questions.
8.30-9.15 Mary Laura Lind
9.30-10.15 Frank Lipnizki
26 August Welcome Kena Li, new PhD student
We are pleased to welcome Kena Li as a new PhD student in the field of lignin research. Kena has a masters degree in chemical engineering, forest products from the Northwest A&F universtiy, China and has previously worked with enzymatic saccharification of lignocelluloses for the production of fermentable sugars. Kena will in the coming years explore new ways of depolymerizing and dissolving lignin in oil to enable efficient, in-refinery production of renewable fuels.
Re-thinking urban flood management ? time for a regime shift
Water, Vol. 8, No. 8, MDPI Ag, 2016.
Open-loop optimal control of batch chromatographic separation processes using direct collocation
Journal of Process Control, Vol. 46, pp. 55-74, Elsevier, 2016.
Conceptual insights to debottleneck the Network Pinch in heat-integrated crude oil distillation systems without topology modifications
Energy Conversion and Management, Vol. 126, pp. 329-341, Elsevier, 2016.