Sustainable Chemistry Consortium - co postdoc Spearhead Cluster Policy

01 October 2016 → 31 December 2022
Ghent University funding
Research disciplines
  • Engineering and technology
    • Biocatalysis
    • Heterogeneous catalysis
    • Homogeneous catalysis
    • Reacting systems
    • Particle design and technology
    • Chemical kinetics and thermodynamics
    • Modelling, simulation and optimisation
    • General chemical and biochemical engineering not elsewhere classified
    • (Bio)chemical reactors
    • Chemical process design
    • Intensification
    • Polymer reaction engineering
    • Powder and particle technology
    • Process control
    • Membrane technologies
    • Separation technologies
    • (Waste)water treatment processes
    • Air pollution and control
    • Carbon capture engineering
    • Recycling
    • (Multiphase) flow
    • Heat and mass transfer
    • Microfluidics/flow chemistry
    • Rheology
    • Functionalisation of materials
    • Materials processing
    • Materials recycling and valorisation
    • Materials synthesis
    • Surface engineering
    • Polymer processing
    • Polymer recycling
    • Polymers and plastics
    • Environmental engineering design
    • Environmental engineering modelling
    • Environmental technologies
    • Sustainable development
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Project description

The Center for Sustainable Chemistry is an umbrella organization fully supported by the Faculty of Sciences, the Faculty of Bioscience Engineering and the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture. The center wants to respond to the implementation of SusChem as the European Technology Platform for Sustainable Chemistry at the European level and the implementation of the innovation cluster policy at the Flemish level which resulted in the foundation of Catalisti as the spearhead cluster on Chemistry and Plastics. The Center for Sustainable Chemistry has a strong focus on research infrastructure and services with industrial relevance. That is why CSC is coordinating the interaction with CATALISTI. In this way CSC helped to allocate a substantial budget to chemistry related research to transform the chemical industry in Flanders to a CO2 neutral industry by 2050 with the MOONSHOT project.