Graduate students Alejandro Garciadiego, Elvis Eugene, Xian Gao, Bridgette Befort, and Kanishka Ghosh attend the conference with Prof. Dowling. Below are contributions from our group, organized by day:
Monday, November 11:
9:45 - 10:00 am, 97h - Training All Chemical Engineers in Computing and Data Science, Bayhill 22.
Tuesday, November 12:
3:30 - 5 pm, 372y - Integration of Molecular Simulations and Computer-Aided Molecular Design to Enable Novel Azeotropic Separations. Regency Ballroom R/S.
3:30 - 5pm, 372w - Microkinetic Model Reduction for Ethylene Oligomerization Reactor Optimization and Design. Regency Ballroom R/S.
Wednesday, November 13:
5:24 - 5:43 pm, 606h - Mathematical Optimization and Process Intensification of Diafiltration Membrane Systems. Bayhill 24.
Thursday, November 14:
12:30 - 12:48 pm, 694a - Discovery of New Ionic Liquids Via Molecular Simulations for the Separation of Azeotropic Mixtures of High Global Warming Potential Hydrofluorocarbon Refrigerants. Regency Ballroom Q.
4:46 - 5:05 pm, 739e - Mathematical Optimization of Membrane-Free Desalination Systems That Utilize Low-Grade Heat. Bayhill 26.
5:24 - 5:43 pm, 737g - Bayesian Statistical Learning and Stochastic Programming for Energy Market Participation. Bayhill 24.