Host institution: University of Strathclyde, Scotland UK (USTRATH)
Host Supervisors: Prof Joop TER HORST and Prof William KERR
Industrial toolbox research group: WP3 Continuous Resolution
Individual project research objective: Develop optimized industry-ready continuous configurations of Crystallization-enabled Chiral Synthesis.
Committee membership: Supervisory Board
Visits/Secondments: OVGU, RUN, SYNCOM
The research of Johannes Hoffmann focuses on the process aspect of continuous crystallization. During his master thesis he worked on continuous chiral separation using a fluidized bed crystallizer at the Max Planck Institute Magdeburg, leading the reconstruction of a pilot plant and researching the influence of different process parameters on the process. He now focuses on continuous chiral separation using antisolvent crystallization and racemization enabled preferential crystallization.
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