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EFCE  Press  Release 13/2011

"2011 Excellence Award in Fluid Separations Winner Announced"



Highlights

 
Winner of the EFCE Excellence Award in Fluid Separations 2014

 

 

Dr. Eloy S. Sanz PÉrez

is the winner of the EFCE Excellence Award in Fluid Separations 2014

His PhD thesis on

CO2 Capture by Mesostructured Siliceous Adsorbents Functionalized with Amino Groups

completed in 2013 at  the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Móstoles  (Madrid, Spain) under the supervision of Professor Guillermo Calleja Pardo and Professor Raúl Sanz was selected by an international jury as the best thesis in terms of breadth and depth of the thesis, scientific impact including industrial relevance, innovation, and dissemination of the results.

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Dr. Eloy Sanz Pérez obtained his Bachelor, Master and PhD degrees in Chemical Engineering from the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. He currently holds the position of lecturer (Profesor Ayudante) at the Chemical and Environmental Technology Department, School of Experimental Sciences and Technology of the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos.

The award was presented on 16 September 2014 at the 10th International Conference on Distillation and Absorption (D&A2014) in Friedrichshafen, Germany.
 


 

Winner of the EFCE Excellence Award in Fluid Separations 2011

 

 

Dr.-Ing Constantin FrericK

is the winner of the EFCE Excellence Award
in Fluid Separations 2011

His PhD thesis entitled
"Rigorous Modelling, Simulation and Evolutionary Optimisation of Generic Protein Downstream Processes",

completed in 2009 at the Technical University Dortmund under the supervision of Professor Andrzej Górak, was found to be of the highest quality of all the five entries in terms of breadth and depth of the thesis, innovation, industrial relevance, dissemination of results, innovation, and scientific impact of the work.

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Dr.-Ing. Constantin Frerick obtained his diploma and PhD degrees in Chemical Engineering from the Technical University Dortmund, Germany. He is currently working for Bayer Technology Services, Leverkusen, Germany, in the Process Analysis competence center.

The award was presented on 28 September 2011 in Berlin, Germany, during the session "Innovative separation technologies - Membrane separations I" of the 8th European Congress on Chemical Engineering.

 

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