In the following we present a small (and not complete) excerpt from the KIT teaching archive with lectures relevant for the CRC. The focus here is on catalytic testing, characterization and modeling of supported catalysts
Bachelor course on chemical technology and polymer chemistry "Angewandte Chemie"
Bachelor studies in Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry, further information here.
Spectroscopy and scattering methods at synchrotron radiation sources: Physico-chemical basics and application in catalysis
Master and PhD-course focussing on exploiting synchrotron methods in catalysis, EXAFS-data analysis, in situ spectroscopy.
Catalysis for sustainable chamicals and energies
Master and PhD-course focussing on exploiting renewable energies for producing sustainable chemicals and fuels; further information here.
Chemical technology III: Processes and unit operations
Further information here.
Further information here. Exercise.
Chemical technology II: Catalysis
Modern charakterization methods in materials science and catalysis
Master and PhD-course on the characterization of heterogeneous catalysts; further information here.
Modern concepts in industrial heterogeneously catalyzed processes
Master and PhD-course, from mechanistic understanding to the industrial process, modern trends; further information here.
Block course: Technologies and resources for renewable energies - from wind and solar to chemical energy storage
Modellierung und Simulation chemischer Reaktoren
Further information here. Exercise
Theorie und molekulare Simulation in der Katalyse