Miljø- og reaktorteknologi
The two former groups in Separation and Environmental Technology and in Reactor Technology were merged in 2008. The merge was motivated by similar research and teaching activities with respect to environmental engineering issues, especially in gas separation and capture of carbon dioxide. Joint projects and relocation in chemistry building 4 will serve to consolidate this cooperation in new laboratory facilities. Environmental engineering and reactor technology is the largest research group in the department covering interests in the fields of chemical reactor research, process design, acid gas absorption, membrane research, and crystallization and particle design.