Tobias Voigt

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2001-2006 Max Planck Institute of Molecular Physiology 
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Voigt T, Fried R, Rhode W, et al. (2016) Distance-based variable generation with applications to the FACT experiment Journal of Applied Statistics. 43: 1186-1197
Voigt T, Flad S, Struss P. (2015) Model-based fault localization in bottling plants Advanced Engineering Informatics. 29: 101-114
Voigt T, Fried R. (2015) Distance based feature construction in a setting of astronomy Studies in Classification, Data Analysis, and Knowledge Organization. 48: 475-485
Voigt T, Gerding-Reimers C, Ngoc Tran TT, et al. (2013) A natural product inspired tetrahydropyran collection yields mitosis modulators that synergistically target CSE1L and tubulin. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). 52: 410-4
Sorgatz A, Voigt T. (2013) Continuous control for buffering conveyors in beverage bottling plants Packaging Technology and Science. 26: 461-478
Flad S, Struss P, Voigt T. (2010) Automatic detection of critical points in bottling plants with a model-based diagnosis algorithm Journal of the Institute of Brewing. 116: 354-359
Sorgatz A, Gabler F, Voigt T. (2010) Low noise control algorithm for multi-lane conveyors Journal of the Institute of Brewing. 116: 421-432
Kather A, Voigt T. (2008) Vertical integration of packaging lines Pps Management. 13: 40-43
Arve L, Voigt T, Waldmann H. (2006) Charting biological and chemical space: PSSC and SCONP as guiding principles for the development of compound collections based on natural product scaffolds Qsar and Combinatorial Science. 25: 449-456
Sanz MA, Voigt T, Waldmann H. (2006) Enantioselective catalysis on the solid phase: Synthesis of natural product-derived tetrahydropyrans employing the enantioselective oxa-Diels-Alder reaction Advanced Synthesis and Catalysis. 348: 1511-1515
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