Sebastian Mosbach

Affiliated Research Fellow

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Biography

Sebastian studied Physics and Computer Science at the University of Kaiserslautern (Germany). He attended the course "Part III of the Mathematical Tripos" in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at Cambridge. He completed his PhD in the Computational Modelling Group on "Explicit Stochastic and Deterministic Simulation Methods for Combustion Chemistry". He is a College Research Associate of Wolfson College and was awarded a Raymond and Beverly Sackler Research Fellowship at Churchill College.

Research Themes

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Recent Preprints

179: A Systematic Method to Estimate and Validate Enthalpies of Formation Using Error-Cancelling Balanced Reactions

ref: Technical Report 179, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2017 by Philipp Buerger, Jethro Akroyd, Sebastian Mosbach, and Markus Kraft

174: J-Park Simulator: Roadmap to Smart Eco-Industrial Parks

ref: Technical Report 174, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2016 by Martin J Kleinelanghorst, Li Zhou, Janusz Sikorski, Eddy Foo Yi Shyh, Kevin Aditya, Sebastian Mosbach, Iftekhar Karimi, Raymond Lau, Sushant Garud, Chuan Zhang, Ming Pan, Joymala Moirangthem, Yuhao Sun, Pulkit Chhabra, Khamila Nurul, Daryl Yong, Yi Ren Sng, Gehan Amaratunga, Jan Maciejowski, Hadinoto Ong, Sanjib Panda, and Markus Kraft

172: Extension of moment projection method to the fragmentation process

ref: Technical Report 172, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2016 by Shaohua Wu, Edward K. Y. Yapp, Jethro Akroyd, Sebastian Mosbach, Rong Xu, Wenming Yang, and Markus Kraft

170: Development of a multi-compartment population balance model for high-shear wet granulation with Discrete Element Method

ref: Technical Report 170, c4e-Preprint Series, Cambridge, 2016 by Kok Foong Lee, Maksym Dosta, Andrew D McGuire, Sebastian Mosbach, Wolfgang Wagner, Stefan Heinrich, and Markus Kraft

Recent Presentations

Recent Conferences

Dissertations

PhD Thesis: Explicit Stochastic and Deterministic Simulation Methods for Combustion Chemistry

2006, supervised by Markus Kraft

Contact Details


Telephone:Department +44 (0)1223 762874
Mobile +44 (0)7956 420698
Address:Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Cambridge
New Museums Site
Pembroke Street
CAMBRIDGE CB2 3RA
United Kingdom
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