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Prof. Elisabetta Brunazzi (Chair)




Working Party on Fluid Separations


Welcome to the Working Party on Fluid Separations


1. Objectives:

The Working Party aims to bring together people involved with different aspects of fluid separation processes to discuss common problems, latest advances, and future needs, and to improve the relevance and quality of research and promote its application.

The Working Party aims to:

  • Be a European forum for separation practitioners & researchers & encourage collaboration
  • Facilitate debate around research and education and provide guidance for industrial practice & public policy where appropriate

2. Principal activities:



Dr. Eloy S. Sanz PÉrez

PhD thesis: CO2 Capture by Mesostructured Siliceous Adsorbents Functionalized with Amino Groups

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



Dr.-Ing Constantin FrericK

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

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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3. WP meetings


The book on Reactive and Membrane-Assisted Separations edited by Philip Lutze and Andrzej Górak was published by De Gruyter at the end of July 2016. The book presents strategies for improving fluid separation such as reactive distillation, reactive absorption and membrane assisted separations.
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