Lecture Title: EMMS-model approach to describe multi-phase fluidic flows in rotor-stator systems


Dr. Kerstin Mülheims


Dr. Kerstin Mülheims was born in Schwetzingen, Germany. She studied process engineering at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany and received her PhD from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in 2012 in the field of food process engineering (formulation of active ingredients in double emulsions). Kerstin Mülheims joined BASF in 2012 as research engineer dealing with emulsification and interfaces. In 2016 she took over the lead of this team.


During her time at BASF she was involved in the organization of a formulation workshop with CAS taking place in 2013 and led a joint research project with CAS dealing with multi-scale simulation of emulsification processes.

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Kerstin Mülheims

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Lecture Title: EMMS-model approach to describe multi-phase fluidic flows in rotor-stator systems


Dr. Kerstin Mülheims


Dr. Kerstin Mülheims was born in Schwetzingen, Germany. She studied process engineering at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany and received her PhD from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in 2012 in the field of food process engineering (formulation of active ingredients in double emulsions). Kerstin Mülheims joined BASF in 2012 as research engineer dealing with emulsification and interfaces. In 2016 she took over the lead of this team.


During her time at BASF she was involved in the organization of a formulation workshop with CAS taking place in 2013 and led a joint research project with CAS dealing with multi-scale simulation of emulsification processes.