We have structured our research in the following five highly interlinked research areas:
- Adsorption Science & Separation Technologoy
- Microreactors & Microfluidics
- Sustainable Chemistry & Energy
Centered around the process that needs to be optimized, we generally combine elements of materials synthesis and device fabrication, measurement and modeling into our projects to arrive at novel, improved solutions. Continuously stimulating our researchers to conceive of creative solutions in their work, and having access to state-of-the-art modelling tools, materials synthesis methods, and micro- and nano-fabrication, we believe to be capable of developing novel processes and solutions in challenging application areas such as the life sciences (proteomics and metabolomics research), energy saving, CO2-emission abatement,….