Machine Learning in Chemical Engineering
Knowledge Meets Data: Interpretability, Extrapolation, Reliability, Trust

Welcome to the homepage for the DFG priority programme 2331: Machine Learning in Chemical Engineering (SPP 2331).

Within SPP 2331, researchers from various fields – including chemical engineering, computer science, and mathematics – are teaming up to enable the chemical industry’s transition to renewable energy and raw materials by using machine learning as a catalyst.

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Chemical data

Utilize chemical data with machine learning to catalyze transformation processes of chemical industry towards digitization & full automation.

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Machine learning

Advance machine learning methods, e.g., deep learning or graph machine learning, and tailor them to real-world chemical engineering applications. Make machine learning usable by interpretability, extrapolation, reliability, and trust.

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Research collaborations

Foster researchers from both chemical and machine learning community to collaborate in tandem projects and support young (female) researchers, e.g., PhD students, PostDocs, assistant professors.

News

  • 2022/04: Prof. Martin Grohe was awarded with the ERC (European Research Council) Advanced Grant. Find out more.
  • 2022/01: SPP 2331 researchers were welcomed in Introduction & Welcome Meeting. Find out more.

Research projects

Find more information about the research projects within SPP 2331.

Events

Recent and upcoming workshops, lectures, trainings, etc. within SPP 2331:

  • 01/2022: Introduction & Welcome Meeting (Virtual)
  • 05/2022: PhD/PostDoc Workshop (Aachen, tentative)
  • 10/2022: PI/PhD/PostDoc Workshop (Aachen, tentative)