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Population balance modelling for particle processes

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Population balance modelling for particle processes

Population balance modelling for particle processes

The Computational Modelling Group is proud to host The Institution of Chemical Engineers' workshop 'Population balance modelling for particle processes'. This topic falls under the particle technology subject group and will run over two days from 30th June to 1st July 2009.

In this meeting international experts on population balance modelling will give an introduction to the field with emphasis on particulate processes. It is of special interest to people starting out in this area, especially postgraduate students as well as professional engineers working on particle processes. Prof Wolfgang Peukert from The University of Erlangen will speak alongside Prof Daniele Marchisio from Politechnico di Torino, Dr Michael Wulkow from Dr. Michael Wulkow Computing in Technology, and Dr Markus Kraft from the CoMo group of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge.

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