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chemical and process engineering educator

Hans Michael Muller-Steinhagen, German chemical and process engineering educator. Recipient Best Best Paper Bauxite Processing award the Minerals, Metals & Materials Society, 1992, 93, Beilby medal and prize Institute of Materials and Royal Society of Chemistry, 1994, Best Paper award Canada Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2000.


Muller-Steinhagen, Hans Michael was born on February 22, 1954 in Karlsruhe, Germany. Son of Emil Muller and Inge Muller-Kasper.


Diploma in engineering, University Karlsruhe, Germany, 1980. Doctor in Engineering, University Karlsruhe, Germany, 1984. Doctor in Engineering, University Auckland, New Zealand, 1993.

Doctor Habilitation, University Erlangen, Germany, 2000.


Research assistant University Karlsruhe, 1977-1980, research associate, 1980-1984. Research fellow University British Columbia, Vancouver, 1984-1985. Senior lecturer University Auckland, 1986-1991, associate professor, 1991-1993.

Professor, head of department University Surrey, England, 1993-1999, head School Chemical, Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1997-2000. Director Institute for Applied Thermodynamics German Space Agency. Director Institute for Thermodynamics and Thermal Engineering, University Stuttgart, Germany, since 2000.


  • Other Work

    • Author monographs. Patentee in field. Contributor numerous science papers to journals and conferences.


With German paramedic unit, 1973-1974. Fellow Institute Chemical Engineers United Kingdom, Royal Academy Engineering. Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Institute Mechanical Engineers.


  • Other Interests

    Reading, travel, walking.


Married Renate Myrtha, October 14, 1983. 1 child, Patrick.

Emil Muller

Inge Muller-Kasper

Renate Myrtha

Patrick Muller-Steinhagen