Institute of Functional Interfaces

Process Development / Printed Systems / Simulation

The Process Development  / Simulation / Printed Systems group deals with the development of novel separation, synthesis and analysis methods in the areas of biotechnology and chemical process engineering. The development process includes fast prototyping using various additive manufacturing techniques as well as an accompanying modeling and simulation using multi-physics FEM software.

Potential controlled separation processes for purification of biomolecules
Multi-scale simulation of electrochemical processes and apparatus
Potential controlled DNA-separation








Magnetically induced separation/ fractionation
Magnetically induced fluidized-bed reactor for electrochemical applications
Continuous fractionation of nanoparticles via magnetically induced multicolumn chromatography
Development of a magnetic decanter for separation of algae









3D printed biodevices
Development of a modular diagnostic system
Continuous ultrafiltration/diafiltration with SPTFF system
Simulation based development of a micro-SMB device
3 D-Fabrication os SURMOFs