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The emerging area of green chemistry envisages the minimum use of hazardous chemicals as far as possible.

Main Goal

The main goal of MAPSYN is the development of a multifaceted strategy and a net of collaborations for a rational application of alternative energy sources to selected end user chemistries and an optimal scaling up of innovative protocols born in the laboratory scale prototypes.


The application of novel process conditions beyond usual conditions to suited chemical reactions, these can help to improve process performance and can open new ways for chemical transformation.

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Various dissemination activities to publicise the MAPSYN project have already been published in 2013 and are listed below.

A summer school in High Energy Processing Ultrasound & Microwave Technologies was held in the DIPARTIMENTO DI SCIENZA E TECNOLOGIA DEL FARMACO, of Turin University, on the 3rd to the 7th of June 2013.


A poster was presented at the summer school “Catalysis for sustainability” which was  held in Rolduc Abbey, Netherlands from June 23 – 26, 2013, regarding plasma technology by B. Patil from TU/e.

Alicante University (AU) published a book chapter in the Official Publication of Congress TECNIACUSTICA 2013, Edited by SEA, Madrid, 2013 ISBN: 978-84-87985-23-2. This is regarding the integration of ultrasound with microreactors.

The MAPSYN project was discussed as part of presentation on Industrial Chemistry/Catalysis given Werner Bonrath at Swiss Chemical Society meeting in Lausanne on the 6th Sept 2013.

B. Patil of TU/e has presented COMSOL modelling work, used for MAPSYN plasma processes, at a COMSOL conference at the Beurs-World Trade Centre in Rotterdam, on the 23rd to the 25th of October 2013. The title was 'Modeling and Simulation of Dielectric Barrier Discharge Plasma Reactor for Nitrogen Fixation Reactions'.

Further events & additional information relating to the process enhancements will appear here soon (dissemination 2014).





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Download this file (Poster Mapsyn v1.pdf)TU/e poster abstractB Patil83 kB