ENTEG research is highly multidisciplinary in nature and focuses on the development of innovative sustainable and smart processes and products through excellent research. The research activities are grouped into three main research domains:
- Mechanical, materials & robotics engineering;
- Optimization, systems & control;
- Sustainable chemical engineering & biotechnology.
The researchers within the mechanical, materials and robotics domain conduct research on computational methods, design techniques and methods for engineering complex materials and high-tech systems. Within the Optimization, systems and control domain the research focus is on analysis and design methods for the modelling, control and optimization of complex engineering systems and their applications. The analysis and design methods include game theory, stochastic optimization, nonlinear control theory, systems modelling and optimization with the application area in smart energy systems, industry 4.0 and digital twinning. The researchers in the Sustainable chemical engineering and biotechnology domain perform research on sustainable processes and products in the circular research domain and technologies for circular value chains and sustainable products, such as how to produce new chemicals or energy from waste biomass and plastics.
The below figure depicts an overview of individual research lines within the institute:
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