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Veranstaltungento event calendar
Dr Nadja Alina Henke from the Institute of Process Engineering in Life Sciences has been awarded with 1.5 million euros for a period of up to five years in the Carl Zeiss Foundation's CZS Nexus funding programme for her research on scaling bioprocesses. Congratulations!More
30 June 2023: It was with great pleasure the KIT Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering said goodbye to its Master's graduates in the academic year 2022/23 and congratulated them on their successful degrees! We warmly congratulate the year's best graduates in both Bachelor's and Master's degrees on their well-deserved faculty awards. Dr. Michael Wilk (Senior Vice President, Merck KGaA) was able to share valuable experiences in his keynote speech and give us an insight into his interesting professional life.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Alexander Grünberger, Institute of Biochemical and Food Process Engineering, Microsystems in Bioprocess Engineering group, receives the Daniel I.C. Wang Award 2023 for his commitment in the field of biotechnology and bioengineering. Congratulations!More