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The Industrial Chemistry area supplements De Gruyter’s established chemistry portfolio. This is one of its most recent portfolio areas along with Materials Science.
The industrial chemicals sector produces chemical products for different business sectors such as the plastics, food, automotive, mechanical engineering, glass and construction materials industries. Amongst other areas, De Gruyter focuses on catalyst and process development, process engineering and chemical reaction engineering. The portfolio of international authors, which is published exclusively in English, is geared towards current cross-sector technologies and application markets.
The increasingly interdisciplinary approach and the demand for digital formats such as Open Access and databases play just an equally important role as the further development of existing formats.
The Graduate Textbook series is one example of this: relevant topics, such as the energy and raw material basis as well as innovations for linking production systems are considered here from a global, multidisciplinary perspective, including with the necessary practical orientation. This new format is therefore particularly aimed at masters’ degree students, young professionals and scientists who are looking for an introduction to the topic.
De Gruyter’s Industrial Chemistry portfolio is supplemented by monographs, manuals and journals – in both digital and printed form.
- The latest topics from highly acclaimed authors
- A burgeoning portfolio that has grown to more than 70 titles in the last three years
- Innovative products such as our Graduate Textbook series, such as Green Processing
- Collaborations with international organisations such as the IUPAC – International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry
- Chemical engineering
- Sustainable process engineering
- Micro process engineering
- Process engineering
- Process intensification
- Reaction engineering
- Basic operations
- Polymer science and engineering
- Robert Schlögl, Director at the Fritz Haber Institute of the Max Planck Society, Berlin, and Director at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion, Mülheim an der Ruhr, editor of the books Chemical Energy Storage and Nanocarbon-Inorganic Hybrids
- Enrico Drioli, Director at the Institute of Membrane Technology (ITM-CNR), Visiting Professor at the Department of Energy Engineering, Hanyang University, Seoul, Korea, editor of Integrated Membrane Operations
- Andrzej Górak, Professor in the Biochemical and Chemical Engineering Department (Thermal Process Engineering) at Dortmund University, chairholder, editor of Reactive and Membrane-Assisted Separations
- Guy B. Marin, Professor in the Chemical Engineering Department at Ghent University, Belgium, author of Sustainable Chemical Production Processes
- The IUPAC – the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, publishes Pure and Applied Chemistry and Chemistry International
“I greatly appreciate De Gruyter as a publisher and I am impressed by De Gruyter´s long tradition in the sciences, their high standards for publication and their innovations in e-book and e-journals. I have had a position at Karolinska Institutet for 50 years, including in its Nobel Assembly for many years. Throughout, I have had many publishing contacts in these and other positions, but in all contexts De Gruyter is among those that stand out in quality and persistence!”
Prof. Dr. Hans Jörnvall, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm
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