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Professor Particle Process Engineering

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Siegfried Ripperger

 

Office Address

Building 44
Room 459
Gottlieb-Daimler-Straße
67663 Kaiserslautern

Contact

Phone: +49 (0)631 205 2121
Fax: +49 (0)631 205 3055
E-Mail: ripperger[at]mv.uni-kl.de

Personal Background

  • 1968 Completion of vocational education as draftsman
  • 1972 Diplom mechanical engineering, University of Applied Sciences Saarbrücken 
  • 1977 Diplom mechanical and process engineering, University of Kaiserslautern
  • 1977 scientific assistent and senior engineer, chair of process engineering, University of Kaiserslautern
  • 1982 Promotion thesis:,,Adsorption of low concetrated volatiles from an air stream"
  • 1983 Works Start as development enginieer at the Dutch chemical company AKZO, later department chief of "Development and Application Technology of Technical Membranes"
  • 1989 C3 professorship "Process Engineering and Environmental Technology", University of Applied Sciences, Fulda 
  • 1990 Dean of the Department of Food Technology, University of Applied Sciences, Fulda  
  • since 1993 C4 professorship "Particle Process Engineering", Faculty of Mechanical Science and Engineering, Dresden University of Technology
  • 1997 Executive Director of the Department of Process Engineering and Environmental Technology, Dresden University of Technology
  • 2004 appeal to the Chair of Particle Process Engineering (as successor of Prof. Dr.-Ing.habil. F. Ebert), University of Kaiserslautern

Other Activities

  • since 1993 Publisher of the periodical Filtration and Separation (ISSN 0953-5927)  
  • Consultant for different Organisations (currently elected member of the DFG comittee "Mechanical Process Engineering")

Publications

ca. 200 Publications concerning topics in Process Engineering, Membrane Technology, Food Technology and Environmental Technology

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