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Matthäus Bäbler

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I am lecturer in Chemical Engineering at the School of Chemical Science and Engineering at KTH. In this role I am conducting research in the  area of multiphase flows, colloidal engineering, and gasification of biomass. I am in particularly interested in (turbulent) fluid-particle interactions and how these interactions influence the particle and dispersion properties. Addressing such problems is relevant for the processing of colloids and micrometer sized particles as found in, e.g. material production, flocculation, and crystallization processes. In my research I employ numerical simulations, theoretical modeling, CFD, and tailored experiments that often are done in collaboration with other laboratories. I am further interested in gas-solid reactions that occur in the gasification of biomass, gas separation using adsorption and permeation, and membrane separation.

Next to my research I am active as a teacher and project advisor. I am teaching a course on separation processes on the Master level and a course on transport phenomena on the Bachelor level. In addition, I am running a project course on process simulation on the Master level. I am also supervising Master thesis projects for both in-house projects and projects conducted in industry in Sweden and abroad.



Computational Project in Chemical Engineering (KE2060), teacher | Course web

Degree Project in Chemical Engineering, Second Cycle (KE200X), examiner | Course web

Degree Project in Engineering Chemistry, First Cycle (KA103X), assistant | Course web

Project in Chemical Engineering (KE2910), examiner | Course web

Transport Phenomena (KE1170), examiner, course responsible | Course web

Transport Phenomena, Advanced Course (KE2070), examiner, course responsible | Course web