Chemical Technology

The Laboratory for Chemical Technology (LCT) integrates chemical science and engineering in its research on catalysis, polymerization, kinetics, reactor design and process design. LCT is part of the Department of Materials, Textiles and Chemical Engineering, within the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture at Ghent University in Belgium.



Back cover in Polymer Chemistry for Dries Devlaminck

For the work on modeling of MADIX/RAFT polymerization the work of LCT has been highlighted as back cover in Polymer Chemistry. The authors are Dries J.G. Devlaminck, Paul H.M. Van Steenberge, Lies De Keer, Marie-Françoise Reyniers and Dagmar R. D’hooge. More information can be found at http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2017/py/c7py90184d#!divAbs...


XXIII International conference on Chemical Reactors CHEMREACTOR-23

Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the XXIII International conference on Chemical Reactors CHEMREACTOR-23 to be held on November 5-9, 2018 in Ghent, Belgium.

Registration and submission of abstracts will be available in the end of October.



Cover article for Mathew John in Catalysis Science & Technology

Mathew John, Konstantinos Alexopoulos, Marie-Françoise Reyniers and Guy B. Marin have published a cover article for Catalysis Science & Technology. The title of the paper is “Mechanistic insights into the formation of butene isomers from 1-butanol in H-ZSM-5: DFT based microkinetic modelling“. More information can be found HERE

03-01-2017 LCT mentioned again in Best of Macromolecular Journals
14-10-2016 Science publication for Dr. Vladimir Galvita
05-09-2016 Angewandte Chemie contribution from Kristof Van der Borght
17-08-2016 ACS Nano contribution for Mark Saeys
12-07-2016 Progress in Polymer Science contribution for LCT
03-07-2016 Contribution of Mark Saeys in Advanced Materials
06-05-2016 JACS contribution for Dagmar D’hooge
20-04-2016 ERC runner-up project for Dagmar D’hooge
15-04-2016 Contribution of Mark Saeys in Advanced Materials
14-12-2015 Cover article for Pieter Derboven in Macromolecular Rapid Communications