SFB 1615 SMART Reactors

A major key to success in facing climate change and creating more resilient supply chains is the transformation of feedstocks from fossil resources to renewable raw materials. Led by the Hamburg University of Technology, the CRC 1615 is developing processes and reactors that respond flexibly to the fluctuating properties of renewable raw materials, thus enabling self-adapting, more resilient process engineering.

The Collaborative Research Centre "SMART Reactors for future Process Engineering" offers the opportunity to work in an interdisciplinary and well-funded research environment. Through an intensive mentoring programme, regular joint workshops, contact with internationally renowned scientists and participation in international conferences, an SFB makes a special contribution to your personal development.

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