Electrifying Technical Organic Syntheses

~ the first major technology platform that drives the transfer of electroorganic syntheses from the laboratory to industrial scale ~ 
 


Since April 1st 2023, the BMBF future cluster "Electrifying Technical Organic Syntheses" (ETOS) is in the first implementation period. ETOS is the first major technology platform that drives the transfer of electroorganic syntheses from the laboratory to industrial scale and aims to generate innovative solutions for sustainable, robust, future-proof processes and products.


The lower part of the Upper Rhine and the Rhine-Main region is one of the most potent chemical regions in Germany, home to some of the world's leading chemical companies. In ETOS, academic and industry players are working together to build an infrastructure for the large-scale establishment of organic electrosynthesis in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry. The leading institutions are the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion (MPI CEC) with Prof. Dr. Siegfried R. Waldvogel as spokesperson and Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrike Krewer as co-spokesperson at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). The Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU), TU Darmstadt, RPTU Kaiserslautern-Landau and FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg, as well as non-university research institutions, complete the expertise along the research in the field of electrosynthesis.
























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Kick-off-Symposium des Zukunftsclusters ETOS am 22. September 2023
Kick-off-Symposium des Zukunftsclusters ETOS am 22. September 2023
Herzlichen Glückwunsch an M. Sc. Swantje Pauer, Doktorandin am IAM-ET!
Herzlichen Glückwunsch an M. Sc. Swantje Pauer, Doktorandin am IAM-ET!
Siegfried R. Waldvogel erhält UNIPRENEURS-Auszeichnung
Siegfried R. Waldvogel erhält UNIPRENEURS-Auszeichnung
ICE2023: Poster Presentation Award
ICE2023: Poster Presentation Award
ETOS international! Fünf PIs des BMBF-Zukunftsclusters ETOS nehmen an
ETOS international! Fünf PIs des BMBF-Zukunftsclusters ETOS nehmen an
Winter School im Januar 2022
Winter School im Januar 2022
Feedback zum Workshop für die Industrie am 9. Dezember 2021
Feedback zum Workshop für die Industrie am 9. Dezember 2021
Herzlichen Glückwunsch an M. Sc. Sijia Liu, Doktorandin am IMVT!
Herzlichen Glückwunsch an M. Sc. Sijia Liu, Doktorandin am IMVT!
Girls’Day 2024 at KIT
Girls’Day 2024 at KIT
Dr. Philipp Röse honored with the Hanns-Hofmann Award 2024
Dr. Philipp Röse honored with the Hanns-Hofmann Award 2024
ETOS Summer School 2024
ETOS Summer School 2024

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23.05.2024

The ETOS Summer School 2024 was a complete success!

This year, our ETOS Summer School took place on May 21st - 22nd at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). The 2 day event was attended by 62 students, PhD students and postdocs from the fields of...   More


15.05.2024

Visit ETOS at this year’s ACHEMA! (10 – 14 June 2024, Frankfurt am Main, Hall 6, Stand E51)

We cordially invite you to visit ETOS at this year's ACHEMA – the world's leading trade fair for the international process industry. You will find us at the booth of the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz in...   More


07.05.2024

Dr. Philipp Röse honored with the Hanns-Hofmann Award 2024

Dr. Philipp Röse received the Hanns-Hofmann Award 2024 from the DECHEMA/VDI section Chemical Reaction Engineering for his work on micro- and macrokinetic analyses of electrochemical syntheses. The award was...   More


30.04.2024

Dr.-Ing. Henning Bonart is Athene Young Investigator

Since April 2024, Dr.-Ing. Henning Bonart (GDE4OES project of ETOS) from the Technical University of Darmstadt is “Athene Young Investigator”....   More


25.04.2024

Girls’Day 2024 at KIT (IAM-ET)

On Girls'Day on April 25th, the IAM-ET opened its doors to provide insights into the world of electrochemical technologies. The girls were able to gain exciting experience in the construction and handling of...   More


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