Markus Kraft

Professor of Chemical Engineering
Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
University of Cambridge

Fields of interest: 

Computational modelling


Flame synthesis of materials

Internal combustion engines



Recent publications:

A. Braumann, P. L.W. Man, C. A Kastner, G. Brownbridge, M. Kraft:
Iterative improvement of Bayesian parameter estimates for an engine model by means of experimental design,
Combustion and Flame,Vol. 159, (2012), pp. 1303-1313,

W. Menz, S. Shekar, G. Brownbridge, S. Mosbach, R. Körmer, W. Peukert,  M. Kraft:
Synthesis of silicon nanoparticles with a narrow size distribution: A theoretical study,
Journal of Aerosol Science,Vol. 44, (2012), pp. 46-61,

P. Lavvac, Markus Sander, Sebastian Mosbach, H. Imanaka:
Surface Chemistry and Particle Shape: Processes for the Evolution of Aerosols in Titan’s Atmosphere, 
The Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 728(80), (2011), pp. 1-11,

M. Sander, R. I. A. Patterson, A. Braumann, A. Raj, M. Kraft:
Developing the PAH-PP soot particle model using process informatics and uncertainty propagation,
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, Vol. 33, (2011), pp. 675-683,

T. Totton, R. Shirley, M. Kraft:
First-principles thermochemistry for the combustion of TiCl4 in a methane flame,
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, Vol. 33, (2011), pp. 493-500,

A. R. Coble, A. J. Smallbone, A. Bhave, S. Mosbach, M. Kraft, P Niven, S. Amphlett:
Implementing detailed chemistry and in-cylinder stratification into 0/1-D IC engine cycle simulation tools, 
SAE Paper,SAE 2011-01-0849.