KT Consortium is an industry-academia collaboration where members are provided networking opportunities and state-of-the-art methods and tools for chemical and biochemical engineering with emphasis in Process Systems Engineering (PSE), applied thermodynamics and property prediction

About us

Our objectives are to develop generic methods and tools using computer aided systems approach to solve and analyze problems related to product-process modelling, simulation, synthesis, design, analysis, control, & operation for companies operating within the areas of chemical, pharmaceutical, agrochemical, food and biochemical industry.

Main deliverables to the KT Consortium member companies:

There are many benefits to becoming a member of KT CONSORTIUM. As a member company, you will be provided with state-of-the-art CAPE/PSE methods and tools, along with the technologies for future chemical and biological processes. Below are listed the main deliverables of our members:

  1. Participation to the Annual Meeting
  2. Web access (via dedicated members site) to:
    • Manuscripts in advance of publication
    • PhD theses (including online defences)
    • ICAS software
    • ICAS training courses
    • Chemical Databases (Electrolyte, IL, organic compounds, etc.)
    • Annual Meetings materials (videos, presentations, workshops)
    • Online seminars (live and recorded) from KT Consortium affiliated staff and faculty as well as invited guests from around the world supported by CERE and PROSYS centres.
  3. Access to collaboration and research from:
    • Student projects
    • Visiting PhD students
    • Joint Research Projects
  4. Access to know-how and influence on research program.

Membership fee: 7500 Euro annually.

Visit from KAIST 2012

Go to our member site to acces the ICAS software, not yet published publications and to explore our research activities in further detail.

click here

Overvejer du at tage en ph.d. hos KT Consortium? Er du nysgerrig omkring, hvad vores ph.d.-studerende forsker i?


Se nogle videoer, som vores studerende har lavet.


Eva Mikkelsen
DTU Kemiteknik
45 25 28 02


Olivia Ana Perederic
DTU Kemiteknik


Kim Dam-Johansen
Professor, Institutdirektør
DTU Kemiteknik
45 25 28 45
Georgios Kontogeorgis
DTU Kemiteknik
45 25 28 59
Gürkan Sin
DTU Kemiteknik
45 25 29 80