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Chemical Engineering and Industrial Chemistry Vrije Universiteit Brussel


The research in the Department of Chemical Engineering aims at developing creative solutions to challenging problems in the field of separation technology and catalysis by exploiting the new possibilities in materials engineering and nanotechnology. Key to this development process is a thorough understanding of the fundamental events, from the molecular scale to the real life application level. In our group, advanced experimental techniques ...

Bio- & Chemical Systems Technology, Reactor Engineering and Safety Section KU Leuven

Chemische procestechniek Modelling of gas-solid chemical reactors. Bubble flow, heat transfer and conversion in fluidized bed reactors. Numerical analysis of the bifurcation behavior of non-linear systems. Catalytic reduction of NOx in automotive exhaust gases. Modelling of multistage separation processes. Computer-aided design of chemical processes: development of simulation programs. Energy integration in chemical processes.

Chemical Engineering, Kulak Kortrijk Campus KU Leuven


Research topics of this unit are:

• Surface chemistry of cellulose, starch and chitin nanoparticles and their macroscopic natural fibers / granules

• Self-structuring of cellulose, starch and chitin nanoparticles
• Thermodynamic interactions on surfaces, between nanoparticles, between polymers, and all possible combinations
• Development of (nano) materials based on renewable raw materials
• Aerogels and ...

Department of Chemical Engineering (CIT) KU Leuven


For more information about the research topics of the different research teams belonging to this department see: - Division for chemical engineering - Division for physical chemistry - Division for expertsystems and processanalysis - Research group Environmental Technology - Laboratory of Applied Rheology and Polymer Processing

Applied Electrochemistry & Catalysis (ELCAT) University of Antwerp

The core research goal within ELCAT lies in the development of state-of-the art electrochemical reactors and catalysts, with a view towards large-scale industrial development in the field of industrial electrification, in a green and sustainable way.

Laboratory of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry Hasselt University

The main activity of the research group of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry is the study of environmentally friendly, chemical methods to the synthesis of high-tech, nanostructured inorganic materials.
A water based sol-gel method is developed and optimized successfully for the preparation of ferroelectric, piezoelectric, conductive and dielectric metal oxide powders and thin films (with thicknesses from several hundreds down to a few ...

Materials Chemistry Hasselt University

The research group "Materials Chemistry" (MATCHEM) focuses on the synthesis, characterization and application of advanced functional materials. The group encompasses several expertise groups with specific and complementary expertise, closely collaborating and operating within the spearhead research domains of the Institute for Materials Research (IMO) of Hasselt University. The group is also linked to the IMEC associated laboratory 'imomec'. ...

Centre of Expertise Sustainable Chemistry Karel de Grote University College


Our starting-points are project-related questions coming from our industrial partners:

  • Synthesis of sustainable chemicals
  • Valorisation of side streams (giving waste a second life)
  • Optimization of existing chemical reactions and making chemical processes ‘greener’
  • Designing new (green) analytical techniques and optimization of existing techniques

Herein, we always focus on applied research.