Inhalt des Dokuments
We are very happy to anounce that Mrs. Khalimendyk will take over the lead of our secretariat and will represent Mrs. Szapanski in the near future. Welcome at the d|b|t|a!
- © Deichl
On July 3rd, Dr.-Ing. Stephan Holz successfully defended his PhD-thesis with the topic "Experimentelle und theoretische Analyse von nass-oxidativen Gasentschwefelungsverfahren". The d|b|t|a sincerely congratulates and wishes all the best for his future.
- © dbta 2020
We are happy to release version 3.0.1 of MOSAICmodeling. With this version, we have made some major architectural changes. Most importantly we have now switched to the next long-term support version of Java. The respective runtime environment JRE 11 is now directly included in MOSAICmodeling and does not need to be installed separately anymore.
The installer for the new version, which can be found here: Downloads 
For further information, please refer to our post on www.mosaic-modeling.de 
- © dbta 2020
On May 7th, Dr.-Ing. Markus
Illner successfully defended his PhD-thesis with the topic
"Rigorous Analysis of Reactive Microemulsion Systems for
Process Design and Operation". For the first time at our
department, the defense took place in a digital online meeting room.
We congratulate Markus for his achievements and wish him all the best
for the future.
- © Jacek Ruta/TU Berlin Pressestelle
We proudly announce that thanks to Prof. Repke’s nomination, Prof. Lorenz T. Biegler of Carnegie Mellon University received the Alexander von Humboldt Research Award. Prof. Biegler is an international expert on nonlinear optimisation and long-term friend of our research group. Parts of the award are earmarked for an extended stay with us. More details will certainly be published as soon as the COVID-19 is contained.
Prof. Biegler is most well-known for the nonlinear optimization solver IPOPT, his work on dynamic optimization including moving-horizon state estimation and nonlinear model-predictive control. The whole d|b|t|a congratulates him cordially. More information on Prof. Biegler’s work can be found here: http://numero.cheme.cmu.edu/