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Professor Jacob Moulijn

Professor Jacob Moulijn

Honorary Visiting Professor

School of Chemistry

His research interests include: catalysis engineering, catalytic reactors, zeolitic membranes, kinetics, mass transfer, multiphase monolithic reactors, catalyst testing, petroleum conversion (Hydroteating, FCC, Fischer-Tropsch), exhaust gas catalysis (soot from diesel engines, N2O removal, NO abatement, H2S removal, CFC conversion), selective hydrogenation, selective oxidation, photo- and electrocatalysis. He is (co-) author of over 600 technical papers, co-author of two books, editor of seven books, holder of several patents (reactor design, zeolitic membranes, catalyst development).

Jacob A. Moulijn is Emeritus Professor of Chemical Engineering at the Delft University of Technology (1990-2007). At present he serves as part-time Professor at the same university and as an Honorary Visiting Professor at Cardiff University. In addition to that he is active as a consultant, in particular in the field of biomass conversion. He specialised in Catalysis Engineering. He was Full Professor at the University of Amsterdam (1986-1990), visiting professor at several universities and active in China for the UN.

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His research interests include: catalysis engineering, catalytic reactors, zeolitic membranes, kinetics, mass transfer, multiphase monolithic reactors, catalyst testing, petroleum conversion (Hydroteating, FCC, Fischer-Tropsch), exhaust gas catalysis (soot from diesel engines, N2O removal, NO abatement, H2S removal, CFC conversion), selective hydrogenation, selective oxidation, photo- and electrocatalysis. He is (co-) author of over 600 technical papers, co-author of two books, editor of seven books, holder of several patents (reactor design, zeolitic membranes, catalyst development).