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Johannes is an honorary member of staff since July 2014. He was a Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in the School of Engineering (1/2010-1/2014), before he was appointed as full professor and head of engieering thermodynamics at the University of Bremen, Germany. Johannes graduaded with a degree in chemical engineering from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany in 2005 and received his doctoral degree from the same university in 2008.
Development and application of optical spectroscopic techniques for process monitoring and material analysis.
Enantioselective Raman spectroscopy: A very recent highlight was the development of a Raman spectroscopy method for the discrimination of enantiomers. The new approach represents a unique tool enabling the simultaneous speciation, enantiomeric discrimination, as well as structural and quantitative analysis. The main applications will be in the pharmaceutical sector and in the life sciences. Read more: http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C4AN02218A
- Investigation of Ionic Liquids and their mixtures with solvents
- Development of Raman spectroscopy for opticall active systems
- Combustion diagnostics
- Spectroscopy in the life sciences
- Advanced process monitoring by multiple parameter determination
- Prof. Hyung Kim and Dr. Nilesh Dhumal, Department of Chemistry, Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, US
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