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Dr Christophe Grosjean
Dr Julie Parker
Professor Allen Wright
Intensified Azeotropic Distillation: A Strategy for Optimizing Direct Amidation2012
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Reverse Engineering Chemical Reaction Networks from Time Series Data2012
Professor Allen Wright
A new autocatalytic thioacetate-enal addition reaction: A Michael addition or not?2010
Dr Christophe Grosjean
Dr Alistair Henderson
Professor Allen Wright
A New Approach to the Synthesis of 4-Hydroxyethylsulfonylstyrene2009
Rob Worth
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
The Importance of Mass Transfer in Gas-Liquid Reactions2009
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Arijit Mukherjee
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
The influence of reaction temperature on the oscillatory behaviour in the palladium-catalysed phenylacetylene oxidative carbonylation reaction2009
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Utilising high throughput technologies for determination of the reaction mechanism of the L-proline catalysed aldol reaction2009
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Utilising high throughput technologies for the determination of the reaction mechanism of the L-proline catalysed aldol reaction2009
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Effect of gas-liquid mass transfer rates on the palladium catalysed phenylacetylene oxidative carbonylation reaction2008
Rob Worth
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Are high throughput technologies useable for engineering scalability?2008
Dr Panos Periorellis
Dr Nick Cook
Dr Hugo Hiden
Dr Adrian Conlin
Michael Hamilton
et al.
GOLD infrastructure for virtual organizations2008
Samantha Burnham
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Inference of chemical reaction networks2008
Professor Allen Wright
Mechanistic insights into transition metal-catalysed oxidation of a hydroxamic acid with in situ Diels-Alder trapping of the acyl nitroso derivative2008
Dr Christophe Grosjean
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Product identification and distribution from the oscillatory versus non-oscillatory palladium(II) iodide-catalysed oxidative carbonylation of phenylacetylene2008
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Christophe Grosjean
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
The influence of oscillations on product selectivity during the palladium-catalysed phenylacetylene oxidative carbonylation reaction2008
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Towards predicting catalyst performance in reactive distillation systems2008
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Ankur Mukherjee
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Dr Stephen Scott
et al.
Using perturbation experiments to study the dynamic behaviour of the palladium-catalysed phenylacetylene oxidative carbonylation2008
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Utilising high throughput technologies for the determination of the reaction network of the l-proline catalysed aldol reaction2008
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Utilising high throughput technologies for the determination of the reaction network of the ʟ-proline catalysed aldol reaction2008
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Christophe Grosjean
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Achieving pH and Qr oscillations in a palladium-catalysed phenylacetylene oxidative carbonylation reaction using an automated reactor system2007
Philip English
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Automated inference of chemical reaction networks2007
Dr Ankur Mukherjee
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Control of a chaotic autocatalytic reaction in a continuous stirred tank reactor2007
Samantha Burnham
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
et al.
Deduction of reaction mechanism using data from a robotic workstation2007
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Engineering Scalability-Extending High Throughput Technologies to Chemical Process Development2007
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Identifying Chemical Reaction Network Models2007
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Simon Horne
Professor Allen Wright
Inference of chemical reaction networks using hybrid s-system models2007
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Reaction network determination using calibration free analytical data2007
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Towards the elucidation of a chemical reaction network for the palladium-catalysed phenylacetylene oxidative carbonylation reaction2007
Professor Allen Wright
Robert Smith
Virtual Organisation design and application: A chemicals industry case study2007
Professor Rob Wilson
Robert Smith
Professor Michael Martin
Bin Li
Professor Allen Wright
et al.
Visualising Dynamic Virtual Organisations2007
Dr Ankur Mukherjee
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Control of a chaotic autocatalytic reaction system2006
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Christophe Grosjean
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Enhancing process development using high throughput technologies a case study using an L-proline catalysed aldol reaction2006
Dr Panos Periorellis
Dr Nick Cook
Dr Hugo Hiden
Dr Adrian Conlin
Michael Hamilton
et al.
GOLD Infrastructure for Virtual Organisations2006
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
High throughput technologies and reaction network determination2006
Dr Dominic Searson
Samantha Burnham
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Identification of chemical reaction mechanism from batch process data2006
Simon Horne
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Modelling of chemical processes using S-systems2006
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
S-systems and evolutionary algorithms for the inference of chemical reaction networks from fed-batch reactor experiments2006
Dr Panos Periorellis
Dr Nick Cook
Dr Hugo Hiden
Dr Adrian Conlin
Michael Hamilton
et al.
The GOLD Project: Architecture, Development and Deployment2006
Samantha Burnham
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Towards the automated deduction of chemical reaction mechanism2006
Samantha Burnham
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Towards the automated elucidation of chemical reaction mechanism from batch reactor experiments2006
Dr Adrian Conlin
Philip English
Dr Hugo Hiden
Emeritus Professor Julian Morris
Robert Smith
et al.
A Computer Architecture to Support the operation of Virtual Organisation for the Chemical Development Lifecycle2005
Professor Allen Wright
Emeritus Professor Julian Morris
Grid based information models to support the rapid innovation of new high value added chemicals2005
Professor Allen Wright
Grid Technologies and control of the business process2004
Professor Allen Wright
Dr Mark Willis
The effect of reaction kinetics on the performance of reactive distillation2004
Professor Allen Wright
Turning Virtual Development Methods into a Reality2004
Professor Allen Wright
High Throughput Technologies – A Chemical Engineering Perspective Wright2003
Professor Allen Wright
Porous Flow Through and Fluidised Bed Electrodes1981