Frank LipnizkiProfessor, PhD (Chemical Engineering), Dipl.-Ing. (Mechanical Engineering), BEng (Manufacturing and Management), PhD, Dipl.-Ing., BEng
Research areas and keywords
- Chemical Engineering, Separation processes, Membrane technology, Industrial biotechnology, Food technology, Biorefinery, Water and wastewater, Fouling and cleaning, Process integration, Process optimisation, Process economics
Frank Lipnizki, PhD, is full-time Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Lund University. His main research focusses on separation processes in particular membrane processes in the food, biotech, pulp and industry plus biorefineries as well as water and wastewater treatment. Within these industries his research is targeting the integration and optimisation of membrane processes as stand-alone units and as part of hybrid processes. Further, he is investigating fouling and cleaning challenges faced in these industries. Additionally, he is working with the optimisation of membranes and modules required for specifc applications in industry.
Recent research outputs
Research output: Contribution to conference › Abstract
Research output: Book/Report › Conference proceeding (editor)