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About Eugeny Y. Kenig

Eugeny Kenig studied applied mathematics in Moscow and received his PhD degree in 1985 at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow (Topic: "Rectification and absorption of multicomponent mixtures"). From 1994 till 1995 he was an Alexander von Humboldt fellow at the University of Dortmund. Subsequently, he worked as a scientist at the Universities of Dortmund and Essen as well as at the chemical company BASF in Ludwigshafen. In 1999 he accomplished his habilitation in Dortmund and was appointed to an associated professor (Privatdozent). In 2006 he received an extraordinary professor title. Since July 2008, he has been heading the chair of Fluid Process Engineering (Fluidverfahrenstechnik).
Prof. Kenig put forward the concept of complementary modeling, which is based on an efficient combination of approaches with different degrees of detailisation. He is active in several research areas covering (reactive) separations, CFD, microseparation and process related energy efficiency.


Present Chair of Fluid Process Engineering, University of Paderborn
Present Professor, University of Paderborn