Jasper van Kampen
The energy transition requires new, sustainable processes, especially for the production of sustainable fuels and chemicals. I am inspired to develop new concepts and technologies from fundamentals to real-life applications.
As a Research Scientist and Doctoral Candidate in Sustainable Process Technology Jasper van Kampen currently focuses on sorption enhanced DME synthesis to produce DME from biomass based syngas and carbon dioxide. Since 2017 Jasper is a Research Scientist at the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN), which recently became part of TNO. In the group Sustainable Process Technology he works on reactive separation, catalysis, syngas processing, CCUS and bio-based fuel synthesis by means of experimental design and reactor modeling. Jasper is affiliated to the research group Chemical Process Intensification at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), where he pursues a Doctoral degree.
Jasper started his academic career at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) in Chemical Engineering. After a side track in Chemistry at the University of Cambridge, he obtained his master’s degree (MSc) in Chemical Engineering at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e) with a specialization in Chemical and Process Technology in 2016. Since 2017 Jasper is a Research Scientist at ECN, part of TNO, and a Doctoral Candidate in the research group Chemical Process Intensification under supervision of prof. Martin van Sint Annaland.
Steam separation enhanced reactionsChemical Engineering Journal (2019)
Reversible deactivation of γ-alumina by steam in the gas-phase dehydration of methanol to dimethyl etherCatalysis Communications (2019)
Regeneration conditions as the key to sorption enhanced dimethyl ether synthesis25th International Conference on Chemical Reaction Engineering (2018)
Catalyst activation in Sorption Enhanced DME Synthesis19th Netherlands' Catalysis and Chemistry Conference (NCCC 2018) (2018)
Catalytic aspects of sorption enhanced DME synthesisCHAINS 2017 (CHemistry As INnovating Science) (2017)
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