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Meet the flow chemist

Meet the flow chemist Journal of Flow Chemistry (2020) 10:585–588 https://doi.org/10.1007/s41981-020-00126-1 EDITORIAL Timothy Noël Published online: 4 December 2020 Akadémiai Kiadó 2020 Meet the flow chemist – Dr. Christian Hornung Name Christian H Hornung Date of Birth 08/05/1978 Position Research Group Leader & Director of FloWorks, CSIRO (Melbourne, Australia) E-mail christian.hornung@csiro.au Homepage https://research.csiro.au/floworks/ Education 2004 Master in Chemical Engineering, University of Erlangen 2008 PhD in Chemical Engineering with Malcolm R Mackley & Steven V Ley, University of Cambridge The beauty of the continuous flow processing technology 1) When did you start with flow chemistry? Describe the is that the benefits manifest themselves in many different first paper or the first experiments. ways, and across a very wide spectrum of chemistry applica- tions. These can include the safe operation of a highly exo- My first contact with continuous flow microreactors was thermic reaction not manageable at the same process intensity during my undergraduate student project at the University of in batch, the scalability of a photochemical reaction that only Erlangen, supervised by Franziska Scheffler and Wilhelm ever progresses at practical rates on very small scale in batch, Schwieger in 2001. The project was concerned with the hy- the much improved product reproducibility in a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Flow Chemistry Springer Journals

Meet the flow chemist

Journal of Flow Chemistry , Volume 10 (4) – Dec 4, 2020

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2062-249X
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2063-0212
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10.1007/s41981-020-00126-1
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Journal of Flow Chemistry (2020) 10:585–588 https://doi.org/10.1007/s41981-020-00126-1 EDITORIAL Timothy Noël Published online: 4 December 2020 Akadémiai Kiadó 2020 Meet the flow chemist – Dr. Christian Hornung Name Christian H Hornung Date of Birth 08/05/1978 Position Research Group Leader & Director of FloWorks, CSIRO (Melbourne, Australia) E-mail christian.hornung@csiro.au Homepage https://research.csiro.au/floworks/ Education 2004 Master in Chemical Engineering, University of Erlangen 2008 PhD in Chemical Engineering with Malcolm R Mackley & Steven V Ley, University of Cambridge The beauty of the continuous flow processing technology 1) When did you start with flow chemistry? Describe the is that the benefits manifest themselves in many different first paper or the first experiments. ways, and across a very wide spectrum of chemistry applica- tions. These can include the safe operation of a highly exo- My first contact with continuous flow microreactors was thermic reaction not manageable at the same process intensity during my undergraduate student project at the University of in batch, the scalability of a photochemical reaction that only Erlangen, supervised by Franziska Scheffler and Wilhelm ever progresses at practical rates on very small scale in batch, Schwieger in 2001. The project was concerned with the hy- the much improved product reproducibility in a

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Published: Dec 4, 2020

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