Chemical and Biological Engineering - Adjunct staff
Application of life cycle assessment (LCA) methodology to evaluation, selection and design of process technologies, Capacity planning and scale economies in new and operating plant, Combined environmental, economic and sustainability assessment of processes, Cost estimation and economic evaluation of process technologies and process plants
bio-inspired chemical engineering (founder), food science and engineering, biotechnology, separation processes including drying, foam fractionation, freeze separation and membrane processing, heat exchanger fouling and cleaning, spontaneous combustion of solid materials including bio-composting, powder technology.
Professor Dünweg’s research interests focus mainly on polymer dynamics, colloid dynamics, and electrokinetics, with emphasis on hydrodynamic interactions and simulation method development. His scientific background comprises statistical physics, phase transitions, random processes and transport theory, hydrodynamics and polymer physics.