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Dr.-Ing. Erik Esche

Habilitand; Research Assistant with Teaching Obligations and Continuous Tasks

KWT-A 108 A

Tel. +49 30 314 21634

Fax +49 30 314 26915

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Curriculum Vitae

Erik Esche
Geboren 1987 in Berlin

2010 - B.Sc. in Energy- and Process Engineering (TU Berlin); 2011 - Master's Thesis at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA with Lorenz T. Biegler; 2011 - M.Sc. in Energy- and Process Engineering (TU Berlin); 2015 - PhD (cum laude) in Process Engineering on "MINLP Optimization under Uncertainty of a Mini-plant for the Oxidative Coupling of Methane"; since:Habilitand & PostDoc at Process Dynamics and Operations Group of Prof. Repke

Research

Areas of Research:

  • Optimal operation of process plants
  • Hydroformyltion of long-chained olefines
  • Optimale synthesis of chemical processes under uncertainty
  • Chance Constraints (probabilistic contraints)

Research Projects:

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Contact Person for Research Area: Methods for Process Design and Operations

Deputy Contact Person for Research Area: Model Development

Bachelor's and Master's Theses

 Topics on Offer:

  • Knowledge Graphs to Model Chemical Engineering Knowledge and Data
  • Semi-supervised Regression for Control of Dynamic Systems
  • Unscented Transformation for Solution of Joint Chance Constraints
  • Set-based Formulation of Models in Chemical Engineering Using MOSAICmodeling
  • Distributed Database Architectures for Model Development in MOSAICmodeling

Further topics on request.

Publications

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Erik Esche and Harvey Arellano-Garcia and Lorenz T. Biegler (2013). Optimal operation of a membrane reactor network. AIChE Journal. Wiley, 170–180.


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Bartolomeus Häussling Löwgren and Joris Weigert and Erik Esche and Jens-Uwe Repke (2020). Uncertainty Analysis for Data-Driven Chance-Constrained Optimization. Sustainability. MDPI AG, 2450.


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T. Budiarto and E. Esche and J.U. Repke and E. Leksono (2017). Dynamic Model of Chloralkali Membrane Process. Procedia Engineering. Elsevier BV, 473–481.


D. Müller and E. Esche and M. Müller and G. Wozny (2012). Development of a Short-Cut Model for Three-phase Liquid Separation Dynamics for a Hydroformylation Mini-Plant. Presentation at the AIChE, 710-714.


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Andrea Paul and Klas Meyer and Jan-Paul Ruiken and Markus Illner and David-Nicolas Müller and Erik Esche and Günther Wozny and Frank Westad and Michael Maiwald (2017). Process spectroscopy in microemulsionstextemdashRaman spectroscopy for online monitoring of a homogeneous hydroformylation process. Measurement Science and Technology. IOP Publishing, 035502.


K Meyer and J-P Ruiken and M Illner and A Paul and D Müller and E Esche and G Wozny and M Maiwald (2017). Process spectroscopy in microemulsionstextemdashsetup and multi-spectral approach for reaction monitoring of a homogeneous hydroformylation process. Measurement Science and Technology. IOP Publishing, 035501.


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Leonel Garc'ia and Yuly A. Poveda and Gerardo Rodr'iguez and Erik Esche and Hamid Reza Godini and Günter Wozny and Jens-Uwe Repke and Álvaro Orjuela (2019). Adsorption separation of oxidative coupling of methane effluent gases. Mini-plant scale experiments and modeling. Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering. Elsevier BV, 106–118.


Torsten Brinkmann and Céline Naderipour and Jan Pohlmann and Jan Wind and Thorsten Wolff and Erik Esche and David Müller and Günter Wozny and Björn Hoting (2015). Pilot scale investigations of the removal of carbon dioxide from hydrocarbon gas streams using poly (ethylene oxide)textendashpoly (butylene terephthalate) PolyActivetexttrademark) thin film composite membranes. Journal of Membrane Science. Elsevier BV, 237–247.


Erik Esche and David Müller and Shankui Song and Günter Wozny (2015). Optimization during the process synthesis: enabling the oxidative coupling of methane by minimizing the energy required for the carbon dioxide removal. Journal of Cleaner Production. Elsevier BV, 100–108.


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Alberto Penteado and Erik Esche and Daniel Salerno and Hamid Reza Godini and Günter Wozny (2016). Design and Assessment of a Membrane and Absorption Based Carbon Dioxide Removal Process for Oxidative Coupling of Methane. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. American Chemical Society (ACS), 7473–7483.


Tobias Pogrzeba and David Müller and Tobias Hamerla and Erik Esche and Niklas Paul and Günter Wozny and Reinhard Schomäcker (2015). Rhodium-Catalyzed Hydroformylation of Long-Chain Olefins in Aqueous Multiphase Systems in a Continuously Operated Miniplant. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. American Chemical Society (ACS), 11953–11960.


Markus Illner and David Müller and Erik Esche and Tobias Pogrzeba and Marcel Schmidt and Reinhard Schomäcker and Günter Wozny and Jens-Uwe Repke (2016). Hydroformylation in Microemulsions: Proof of Concept in a Miniplant. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. American Chemical Society (ACS), 8616–8626.


Markus Illner and Marcel Schmidt and Tobias Pogrzeba and Carolina Urban and Erik Esche and Reinhard Schomäcker and Jens-Uwe Repke (2018). Palladium-Catalyzed Methoxycarbonylation of 1-Dodecene in a Two-Phase System: The Path toward a Continuous Process. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. American Chemical Society (ACS), 8884–8894.


David Müller and Erik Esche and Tobias Pogrzeba and Markus Illner and Felix Leube and Reinhard Schomäcker and Günter Wozny (2015). Systematic Phase Separation Analysis of Surfactant-Containing Systems for Multiphase Settler Design. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. American Chemical Society (ACS), 3205–3217.


D. Müller and E. Esche and G. Wozny (2013). Phase Separation Engineering: Trajectories Through Model Regression for a Hydroformylation Mini-Plant. Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Process Systems Engineering (PSE ASIA), 27.


Contact Details

Dr.-Ing. Erik Esche
Technische Universität Berlin
Sekr. KWT-9 - Fachgebiet Dynamik und Betrieb technischer Anlagen
Str. des 17. Juni 135
D-10623 Berlin
Germany

Tel. +49 (0) 30 314 - 21 634
Fax. +49 (0) 30 314 - 26 915

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