Welcome to the Chair of Reaction Engineering

The chair of Reaction Engineering is part of the Institute of Energy Process and Chemical Engineering dedicated to the faculty of Mechanical, Process and Energy Engineering. The profile of research and teaching mainly implies industrial chemistry and heterogeneous catalysis. The research topics address fundamental and applied aspects in the fields of exhaust gas purification, CO2 abatement as well as production of synthetic and biogenic fuels. A particular feature is the knowledge-based development of advanced catalytic materials and chemical processes.

The teaching activities reflect a broad variety of themes of chemical process engineering in the study course of process engineering.  Additionally, the chair accounts for courses of chemical reaction engineering related to students of chemistry, environmental engineering, economics and energy technology.


12 May 2021 |

Join us on DAAD fair

Attend virtual fair on academic research careers in Germany! … weiterlesen

The project "H-Kat", funded by Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU) and scheduled to run until November 2023, focuses on the development of a process for catalysed NOx reduction using hydrogen (H2-DeNOx) in stationary lean-burn gas engines in cooperation with the company Emission Partner. … weiterlesen

The 11th International Conference on Environmental Catalysis (ICEC) took place between the 6th and 9th of September, 2020 using a virtual platform. Four Ph.D. students from the Chair of Reaction Engineering attended to give talks on emission control as well as renewable energy storage. … weiterlesen

In the blog Futrure Fuels of the Institut für Wärme und Oeltechnik e. V. (IWO) Dr. Thomas Kuchling talks about the importance of synthetic fuels for the reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. … weiterlesen

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