Andreas Rosin studied chemical engineering at the University of Dortmund and has been at InVerTec since 2000. He is responsible for process development and simulation. Dimensioning and optimization of reactor designs and electrothermal processes are his main duties.
Frank Neuner studied environment and process technology at the University of Applied Sciences, Augsburg. He works in the field of process technology and engineering and is responsible for the creation of flow charts, piping, and instrumentation diagrams using CAD software.
Sebastian Müllner studied biotechnology and chemical engineering at the University of Bayreuth with a focus on chemical engineering.
At InVerTec, he is involved in applied research and development of innovative processes, in particular plant construction of pilot plants.
Tom Liensdorf studied material science at the University of Bayreuth with focus on ceramics and high temperature materials.
At InVerTec, he is involved in the industrial production of fibre reinforced high-performance ceramics.
Stefan Hofmann is a ceramic technician and is responsible for technical support and experimental operation. Primarily he is entrusted with the construction of pilot plants and pilot operation.