A Research Platform for Singapore


Benjamin Kanz has a background in Chemical Engineering. He obtained his Master's degree in Chemical Engineering from TUM. Prior to joining TUMCREATE, Benjamin worked as a Research Engineer in the metallurgical industry, where he focused on innovative reforming technologies to produce hydrogen. His work involved running experiments on a dry reforming pilot plant and process simulation. Dry reforming is a process that combines carbon dioxide and methane to produce synthesis gas.


In the project “Singapore's Pathway to Carbon Neutrality”, Benjamin conducts a techno-economic assessment of various hydrogen production and import routes for Singapore. Additionally, he is involved in the development of dynamic simulation models for hydrogen-based processes.