I joined the Computational Modelling group in 2005 after graduating as a Diplomingenieur from the University of Magdeburg, Germany, having finished my undergraduate studies in Chemical Engineering.
My research is concerned with the modelling of granulation processes, which are employed for a variety of products ranging from fertilizer and drugs to food and washing powder. As such I am looking at the benefits of using multivariate descriptions and trying to shade more light on the problems that come attached to it.
Catharine A. Kastner, Andreas Braumann, Peter L.W. Man, Sebastian Mosbach, George Brownbridge, Jethro Akroyd, Markus Kraft, and Chrismono Himawan, Technical Report 109, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2012.
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