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  • PhD Studentship
    emissions The capture makes use of absorption desorption cycles with alkanolamines in aqueous solutions The main drawback of the technology is the high cost linked to the energy expenses of the desorption step The project will combine the use of advanced molecular simulation methodologies experimental measurements and the development of robust thermodynamic models to provide key informations on the molecular organization of such solutions and on their structure property relationships The PhD topic will concern mainly the molecular simulation part with strong interactions with the other collaborators in France and in Canada The successfull candidate will work mainly on two topics the design of a force field for a family of alkanolamines of interest and the development of a Monte Carlo code applied to water CO2 amine systems including liquid vapor equilibrium based on Gibbs Ensemble Monte Carlo and chemical reactions to model the solvation of CO2 This last part will be done in collaboration with Pr W Smith and his team who initiated this method for simulatin reactive systems Candidates should have a Master degree in chemistry or physics and a strong motivation for the development of simulation codes and may be able to interact with researchers from applied

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  • PhD Studentship
    carbon dioxide systems Carbon capture and storage technologies applied to fixed CO2 sources are a promising method to reduce greenhouse gas emissions The capture makes use of absorption desorption cycles with alkanolamines in aqueous solutions The main drawback of the technology is the high cost linked to the energy expenses of the desorption step The project will combine the use of advanced molecular simulation methodologies experimental measurements and the development of robust thermodynamic models to provide key informations on the molecular organization of such solutions and on their structure property relationships The PhD topic will concern mainly the molecular simulation part with strong interactions with the other collaborators in France and in Canada The successfull candidate will work mainly on two topics the design of a force field for a family of alkanolamines of interest and the development of a Monte Carlo code applied to water CO2 amine systems including liquid vapor equilibrium based on Gibbs Ensemble Monte Carlo and chemical reactions to model the solvation of CO2 This last part will be done in collaboration with Pr W Smith and his team who initiated this method for simulatin reactive systems Candidates should have a Master degree in chemistry or

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  • WP-TTP
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  • Distinguished Lecture by Professor Cornelis Peters
    Peters has spent most of his career at Delft University of Technology and continues now after a rich contribution in The Netherlands to mentor researchers and teachers in several universities worldwide Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi U of Maryland Colorado School of Mines Petronas Technical University Malaysia He has been a pioneer in the design development and optimization of new experimental methods to measure accurate thermodynamic and phase equilibrium properties Reviews on high pressure phase equilibria revealed that he has been one of the most active author worldwide in the last 30 years producing highly valuable data and insight in phase behavior In parallel he has been a world leader in the application of theoretical models for complex fluids and molecular simulation methods to explain physical phenomena at different length and time scales His research has impact both in fundamental physical chemistry and thermodynamics but also in applications to industry His most recent contributions refer to energy storage and production with emphasis on hydrogen technology carbon capture and sequestration novel technologies for seawater desalination using hydrates design and optimization of new ionic liquids and deep eutectic solvents for gas separations and many others He has co authored more than 250

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  • Distinguished Lecture by Professor Cornelis Peters
    unanimously by the selection Committee who thereby recognizes his 40 years research contributions to the fundamental understanding of phase theory Professor Peters has spent most of his career at Delft University of Technology and continues now after a rich contribution in The Netherlands to mentor researchers and teachers in several universities worldwide Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi U of Maryland Colorado School of Mines Petronas Technical University Malaysia He has been a pioneer in the design development and optimization of new experimental methods to measure accurate thermodynamic and phase equilibrium properties Reviews on high pressure phase equilibria revealed that he has been one of the most active author worldwide in the last 30 years producing highly valuable data and insight in phase behavior In parallel he has been a world leader in the application of theoretical models for complex fluids and molecular simulation methods to explain physical phenomena at different length and time scales His research has impact both in fundamental physical chemistry and thermodynamics but also in applications to industry His most recent contributions refer to energy storage and production with emphasis on hydrogen technology carbon capture and sequestration novel technologies for seawater desalination using hydrates design and optimization

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  • WP-TTP
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  • EFCE recognises research in electrolyte thermodynamics
    Mogensen now a Physical Property Specialist at Linde Engineering Munich Germany successfully modelled an equation of state for electrolytes with applications in the oil and gas industry as part of his research He also developed a deeper understanding of the different models currently used for electrostatic interactions comparing the Debye Hückel model with the mean spherical approximation MSA theory Dr Maribo Mogensen s thesis has led to the development of engineering software that has substantial potential for industrial applications such as describing the effects of electrolytes on natural gas sweetening hydrates modelling and biofuels processing Dr Maribo Mogensen said During the course of my PhD I have been trying to find the right balance between making my research scientifically relevant and yet useful for industrial applications Little did I know that the journey I started back in 2010 would lead to being the recipient of this Excellence Award I am honoured to receive this recognition for my work which would not have been possible without the lasting support from my family colleagues and supervisors The award will motivate me to continue pursuing challenging goals and contribute to research in thermodynamics and transport properties Professor Jean Noel Jaubert chair of the

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  • EFCE recognises research in electrolyte thermodynamics
    Kaj Thomsen has been named the winner of the 2015 EFCE Excellence Award in Thermodynamics and Transport Properties Dr Maribo Mogensen now a Physical Property Specialist at Linde Engineering Munich Germany successfully modelled an equation of state for electrolytes with applications in the oil and gas industry as part of his research He also developed a deeper understanding of the different models currently used for electrostatic interactions comparing the Debye Hückel model with the mean spherical approximation MSA theory Dr Maribo Mogensen s thesis has led to the development of engineering software that has substantial potential for industrial applications such as describing the effects of electrolytes on natural gas sweetening hydrates modelling and biofuels processing Dr Maribo Mogensen said During the course of my PhD I have been trying to find the right balance between making my research scientifically relevant and yet useful for industrial applications Little did I know that the journey I started back in 2010 would lead to being the recipient of this Excellence Award I am honoured to receive this recognition for my work which would not have been possible without the lasting support from my family colleagues and supervisors The award will motivate me to

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