2010 Trends in Technical Chemistry

2010 Trends in Technical Chemistry

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Technical Chemistry 2010

The impending scarcity of raw materials and the ambitious climate targets lead to new developments in catalysis as well as techniques for sequestering or utilization of CO2 – either directly or through renewable resources such as plant biomass. The commodity transition begins, and a new raw material basis is emerging that potentially has a closed carbohydrate cycle.

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Authors

Andrea Kruse, born 1964, studied chemistry from 1984 to 1991 in Heidelberg, Germany. She did her PhD in 1994 at the Research Center Karlsruhe and the University of Heidelberg, and habilitated 2006 at the Technical University Darmstadt, Germany. For 20 years she has been concerned with hydrothermal reactions. She is private lecturer at the Technical University Darmstadt and heads a research group at the Institute for Catalysis Research and Technology at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT).

Her chief activity is the research and development for hydrothermal conversion of biomass.

Stefan Ernst, born 1960, studied chemical engineering at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany, and did his PhD on form-selective catalysis in zeolites 1987 at the Engler Bunte Institute of the University of Karlruhe. He habilitated in technical chemistry in 1996 at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. Since 1997, he has held a chair in technical chemistry at the Technical University of Stuttgart.

His fields of activity are in catalysis and the separation of substance on porous solids (zeolite, MOF, etc.)


Peter Fröhlich
, born 1981, studied chemistry at the Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany. He started work for his PhD in 2006 at the Institute of General Biochemistry at the Technical University Dresden, Germany, and continued it under the supervision of Martin Bertau at the Institute of Technical Chemistry of the Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg.

His research interests focus on sustainable technologies, which also includes the development of new processes for the industrial utilization and exploitation of CO2.

Michael Katzberg, born 1981, studied food chemistry and did his PhD in 2009 at the Institute for General Biochemistry of the Technical University Dresden. Following a stay at the University of Lund, Sweden, he now works in the group of Martin Bertau at the Institute of Technical Chemistry of the Technical University Bergakademie Freiberg.

His interests are white (industrial) biotechnology and sustainable techniques.

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