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Dr. Claudia Antinori

Senior Scientist
Hochschule Karlsruhe Technik und Wirtschaft
Tel.: +49 721 608-46647

Institute of Catalysis Research and Technology (IKFT)

Postal address:
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry (ITCP)
Campus South Bldg. 11.21
Engesserstr. 20
76131 Karlsruhe, Germany



Education/Degrees

2013 Ph. D. in Chemistry (Dr. rer. nat.)

Catalytic Reforming of Fuels over Noble Metal-Coated Honeycomb Monoliths:
Capillary-Based In-Situ Sampling Technique. Dissertation (Doctoral thesis). Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry, Fakultät für Chemie und Biowissenschaften, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (2013)

11/2010 – 12/2013

Member of the Helmholtz Research School “Energy-Related Catalysis” Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)               

2010 MS in Chemistry (Dipl.-Chem.)

Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT),Germany
Thesis: Catalytic Partial Oxidation of Ethanol blended Fuel on Rhodium coated catalyst

2007 BS in Chemistry (cand. chem.)
University of Karlsruhe (TH)

 

Professional Experience/Work History

07/2014 -
07/2015
Coordinator of the Helmholtz Research School "Energy Catalysis"
Since 02/2013 Co-spokesperson of Topic 3 "Synthetic Hydrocarbons" of the Helmholtz Program "Storage and Cross-linked Infrastructures" (SCI)
Since 12/2012 Research Scientist, Group leader “In-Situ Reaction Measurement Technique”
Institute of Catalysis Research and Technology Karlsruhe Institute of echnology (KIT)
03/2012 - 06/2012 Guest Scientist Laboratory of Catalysis and Catalytic Processes Department of Energy, Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy
10/2010 - 12/2012 Research Assistant Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

 

Research

Catalytic Partial Oxidation:

  • use of liquid fuels, especially ethanol
  • time-resolved monitoring of product concentrations
  • spatially resolved concentration and temperature profiles inside catalytic channel
  • catalyst preparation
  • reformer design

Honors

07/2013 Young Researcher at the 63rd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 2013
(Chemistry)
03/2012 - 06/2012 Foreign Exchange Scholarship by Helmholtz Research School “Energy-Related atalysis”
07/2011 - 07/2013 PhD student speaker of the Helmholtz Research School “Energy-Related Catalysis”
02/2011 Sparkassenpreis of the Sparkasse Karlsruhe and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology for Diploma theses with topics concerning the environment
10/2009 - 07/2010 Scholarship of the Karlsruher Universitätsgesellschaft e.V

List of Publications

 

[12] Rischard, J.; Antinori, C.; Maier, L. and Deutschmann, O.,Oxidative Dehydrogenation of n-butane to butadiene with Mo-V-MgO Catalysts in a Two-Zone Fluidized Bed Reactor, Applied Catalysis A: General 2016, 511, 23-30.
 [11] Hettel, M.; Diehm, C.; Bonart, H. and Deutschmann, O., Numerical simulation of a structured catalytic methane reformer by DUO: the new computational interface for OpenFOAM® and DETCHEMTM, Catalysis Today 2015, 258, 230-240.

[10]

Hettel, M., Diehm, C., Deutschmann, O., Answer to the Comment from Goguet et al. to the paper “The Critical evaluation of in situ probe techniques for catalytic honeycomb monoliths” by Hettel et al. Catalysis Today 2014, 236, 209-213.
 [9]  Diehm, C.; Karadeniz, H.; Karakaya, C; Hettel, M. and Deutschmann, O., Spatial Resolution of Species and Temperature Profiles in Catalytic Reactors: In-Situ Sampling Techniques and CFD Modeling, in Modeling and Simulation of Heterogeneous Catalytic Processes (Edited by A. Dixon), Vol. 45, ACHE, UK: Academic Press, 2014, pp. 41-95.
 [8] Diehm, C. and Detuschmann, O., Hydrogen Production by Catalytic Partial Oxidation of Methane over Staged Pd/Rh Coated Monoliths: Spatially Resolved Concentration and Temperature Profiles, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 2014, 39, 1799818004
 [7] Chan, D.; Tischer, S.; Heck, J.; Diehm, C. and Deutschmann, O.,Correlation between catalytic activity and catalytic surface area of a Pt/Al2O3 DOC: An experimental and microkinetic modeling study, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 2014, 156-157, 153-165.
 [6] Donazzi, A.; Livio, D.; Diehm, C.; Beretta, A.; Groppi, G. and Forzatti, P.,
Effect of Pressure in the Autothermal Catalytic Partial Oxidation of CH4 and C3H8: spatially resolved temperature and composition profiles, Applied
Catalysis A: General 2013, 469, 52-64
 [5] Livio, D.; Diehm, C.; Donazzi, A.; Beretta, A. and Deutschmann, O.,
Catalytic Partial Oxidation of Ethanol over Rh/Al2O3: Spatially Resolved Temperature and Concentration Profiles,
Applied Catalysis A: General 2013, 467, 530-541
 [4] Hettel, M.; Diehm, C.; Torkashvand, B. and Deutschmann, O.,
Critical evaluation of in situ probe techniques for catalytic honeycomb monoliths, Catalysis Today 2013, 216, 2-10
 [3] Diehm, C.; Kaltschmitt, T. and Deutschmann, O.,
Hydrogen production by partial oxidation of ethanol/gasoline blends over Rh/Al2O3, Catalysis Today 2012, 197, 90-100
 [2] Kaltschmitt, T.; Diehm, C. and Deutschmann, O.,
Catalytic Partial Oxidation of Isooctane to Hydrogen on Rhodium Catalysts: Effect of Tail-Gas Recycling, Industrial
& Engineering Chemistry Research 2012, 51, 7536-7546
 [1] Hebben, N.; Diehm, C. and Deutschmann, O.,
Catalytic partial oxidation of ethanol on alumina-supported rhodium catalysts: An experimental study, Applied Catalysis A:
General 2010, 388, 255-231