For prospective students

We welcome ambitious BSc and MSc from MST/ChemE and TN/AP to do a thesis project in our group. Obviously, we expect that prospective BSC students have enjoyed and successfully completed the undergraduate Transport Phenomena course. From MSc students we expect that they have elected and successfully completed advanced Transport Phenomena courses.

We offer theoretical, computational and experimental projects, which can be of a very fundamental nature, or geared towards practical applications, or more design oriented. Ask yourself what kind of project you are interested in.

Click on our research areas listed below to find the  topics and supervisors of your interest, and make an appointment with the supervisor(s) of your choice. It is wise to contact us approximately 2 months before your intended thesis project starting date.

Transport Phenomena in the Human Body

Transport Phenomena in Materials and Food Processing

Wind, Pollution and Crowd Behaviour in the Built Environment

Multiphase Transport Phenomena and Membrane Technology for Clean Water

Green Process Design
(for MST/ChemE students only)

Multiphase Transport Phenomena and Membrane Technology for Renewable Energy