PSOR Lab at AIChE 2019 Orlando

The PSOR Lab will be presenting three papers at the AIChE Annual Meeting 2019 in Orlando, FL held on Nov 17-22.

Monday, Nov 11
    330-6PM Advances in Optimization: Global, Uncertainty, Surrogate & Mixed-Integer Models I
  1. Matthew Wilhelm: Reachability Bounds for Global and Robust Optimization of Parametric ODEs via Implicit Methods
Tuesday, Nov 12
    330-6PM AIChE Journal Futures: New Directions in Chemical Engineering Research (Invited Talks)
  1. Matthew Stuber: Global Optimization of Stiff Dynamical Systems
Thursday, Nov 14
    8-1030AM Design and Operations Under Uncertainty
  1. Chenyu Wang: Robust Simulation of Transient PDE Models Under Uncertainty

New Publication in AIChE Journal

Congratulations to Matt Wilhelm and former NSF REU student Anne Le (now at UMass Amherst) on the recently accepted publication in AIChE Journal.  This work develops a new approach to bounding solutions of parametric initial value problems for guaranteed global solution of dynamic optimization problems.  This article is part of the AIChE Futures Issue by invitation. https://doi.org/10.1002/aic.16836

PSOR Lab at AIChE 2018 Pittsburgh

The PSOR Lab will be presenting a total of seven papers at the AIChE Annual Meeting 2018 held in Pittsburgh, PA Oct 28-Nov 2.

Sunday Oct. 28
     330-6PM Software Tools and Implementation for Process Systems Engineering (Rm 410)
  1. Matthew Wilhelm: Recent Advances in the EAGO Platform: Global and Robust Optimization in Julia,
Monday Oct. 29
    10AM-1230PM UG Student Poster Session: Computing and Process Control
  1.  Connor Dion: Transport Modeling in the Tumor Microenvironment
  2.  Maxwell Tracy: Gibbs Energy Analysis of Concentrated Alkaline Nitrate Solutions with Application to Absorption Cycle Modeling
    330-5PM Interactive Session: Applied Mathematics and Numerical Analysis
  1. Chenyu Wang: Rigorous Parameter Estimation for Model Validation in Oncological Systems
   330-6PM World Café: Food-Energy-Water Nexus Invited Talks and Panel Discussion (Rm 317)
  1. Matthew Stuber
Tuesday Oct. 30
     8-1030AM Advances in Deterministic Global Optimization (Rm 409)
  1. Matthew Wilhelm: Quadratic Underestimators of Differentiable McCormick Relaxations for Deterministic Global Optimization
     1230-3PM Advances in Computational Methods and Numerical Analysis (Rm 410)
  1. Matthew Wilhelm: Tightening McCormick Relaxations via Reformulation of Intermediate Functions into Schema