Bringing a background in chemical engineering and data science, Dr. Nadiia Huskova is contributing to HLRS's efforts to create a national research data infrastructure for catalysis research.
Her scientific interests include mathematical modeling of chemical processes, as well as research data management. During her PhD work, Dr. Huskova was involved in developing and validating a dynamic model that accurately describes the process of kinetically controlled preferential crystallization.
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