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PhD candidate Julio Urizarna-Carasa, technomathematics student Leon Schlegel and Professor Daniel Ruprecht from the Institute for Mathematics at the Hamburg University of Technology have shared their latest results on numerical methods for the Maxey-Riley equations with Basset history term.

Prof. Steven T. Wereley from Purdue University visits the CRC "SMART Reactors"

Professor Steve Wereley, one of the international top experts in microfluidics from Purdue University College of Engineering, USA, visited our partners’ labs at TU Hamburg and HAW Hamburg and was thoroughly impressed by the outstanding equipment for experimental analysis of gas bubble motions.

CRC SMART Reactors at the "57. Jahrestreffen Deutscher Katalytiker"

Our consortium members Professor Raimund Horn and PhD candidate Diego Espinoza from the Institute of Chemical Reaction Engineering at TUHH introduced new methods for intra-reactor diagnostic measurements at the DECHEMA conference in Weimar.

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Best Oral Presentation Award for Kathrin Marina Eckert

Her talk about the research carried out in project A01 was entitled "Unveiling the Thermodynamics of Stimuli-Responsive Gels: A COSMO-RS and Molecular Dynamics Study".

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Manuel Brinker and Patrick Huber from the Institute for Materials and X-ray Physics at the Hamburg University of Technology and the Centre for X-ray and Nano Science (CXNS) at DESY have shared their latest results on Mott-Schottky analysis of mesoporous silicon in aqueous electrolyte solution using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy.

Prof. Walter G. Chapman strengthens the Collaborative Research Center "SMART Reactors"

The renowned researcher from Rice University in Houston is a Mercator Fellow in the CRC 1615.

Prof. Michael Schlüter introduces the CRC "SMART Reactors" to high school students

The spokesperson of the CRC speaks at the Match Day Clean Tech of Hamburg´s Initiative Naturwissenschaft & Technik.

Prof. Akio Tomiyama from Kobe University visits the CRC "SMART Reactors"

The honorary guest give a seminar on multiphase phenomena entitled "Phenomena in multiphase flows and how we can utilise them for SMART Reactors".

Kick-Off Meeting of the Collaborative Research Centre CRC 1615 "SMART Reactors”

A unique opportunity for our young scientists to get acquainted with the interdisciplinary environment and to prepare for the first funding period.