B.Sc. Graduations

Irene Córtes, B.Sc.

Irene Córtes Martin studied Chemical Engineering at the Universidad de Valladolid (UVa). From March to August 2016, she did her Bachelor thesis at the ARS laboratory. Her task was to investigate the influence of inhibitors on hydogen bonds during clathrate formation.

 

Julian Wurm, B.Sc.

Julian Wurm studied „Life Science Engineering“ at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU). From June 2015 till September 2015 he worked at the ARS laboratory on his Bachelor thesis. His task is to investigate the formation of surfactant-free microemulsions in microfluidic devices under high pressure conditions.

 

Alexander Scholz, B.Sc.

Alexander Scholz is studying mechanical engineering at the University of Erlangen – Nuremberg. His bachelor thesis was about a “numerical simulation of the flow field in a coldwall reactor for chemical vapor deposition of carbon nanotubes (CNTs)” with OpenFoam.

 

Stefan Wolf, B.Sc.

Stefan Wolf completed his bachelor thesis concerning the tailored production of co-precipitates of biopolymers and API´s via the SAS process. The thesis consisted of the investigation into the governing mechanisms of the precipitation steps in the SAS process. His work was in cooperation with the Chair of Process Machinery and Systems Engineering (iPAT).

 

Matthias Peplinski, B.Sc.

Matthias Peplinski completed his Bachelor thesis concering the tailored production of PVP-API solid dispersion via the SAS process. The project was in cooperation with the Institute of Process Machinery and Systems Engineering (iPAT).

 

Markus Lämmermann, B.Sc.

Markus Lämmermann completed his Bacherlor Thesis concerning different (optical) characterisation methods of powdery API-Polymer formulations resp. co-precipitates. His thesis was in cooperation with the Institute of Process Machinery and Systems Engineering (iPAT).

 

Sebastian Gillitzer, B.Sc.

Sebastian Gillitzer is working in the group process diagnostics since the beginning of september 2011. He started the chemical and bio-engineering program at FAU in 2006. His current project aims to detect very low light intensities scattered from micro drops with the help of an emCCD-detector.