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McKetta Department of Chemical Engineering
The University of Texas, Austin, Texas 78712

Monday, February 25, 2019
1:30 p.m. Introduction/Agenda Overview M. Baldea (UT)
1:35         PI Overviews: M. Baldea (UT), J. Rawlings (UCSB), J. Qin (USC)
2:35         Break
2:45         Academic Lecture: Connections between product flammability buildings, and community scale fire losses   -  Dr. Ofodike (DK) Ezekoye (Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, UT)
3:35         Industry Lecture I: Delivering Apeel Fruit to the world: model-based optimal decision making in the supply chain  -  Dr. Richard C. Pattison  (Apeel Sciences)
4:20         Break
4:30         The interaction and integration of production planning and (advanced) process control - O. Santander (UT) 
4:55         Poster Session
6:00         Adjourn
6:30         Dinner: County Line on the Lake—5204 F.M. 2222

Student               Poster Title
H. Ganesh           Predictive control of ventilation for improved indoor air quality
X. Xu                   Data-driven plant-model mismatch estimation for DMC structures
J. Otashu            Engagement of chemical processes in fast demand response and frequency regulation
J. Simkoff            Scheduling and MPC: complete integration via complementarity constraints
C. Tsay                Design optimization of next-generation amine-based carbon capture plants
M. Kelley             Greener operation of chemical processes using emissions-based scheduling
L. Yan                  Dynamic intensification of distillation processes via periodic operation
J. Costandy         Transitioning from batch to continuous production: an optimal control perspective
O. Santander      The interaction and integration of production planning and (advanced) process control
F. Lejarza            Accounting for product dynamics in supply chain optimization
J. Jalving (UW)   Graph-Based Modeling and Simulation of Complex Systems
R. McAllister (UCSB)  Rescheduling penalties for closed-loop scheduling
Y. Liu (USC)        Fault Monitoring in the residual space of dynamic component analysis

Tuesday, February 26, 2019
 8:00 a.m. Meeting with PIs and Sponsors – Continental Breakfast
 9:00         Dynamic intensification of distillation processes via periodic operation L. Yan (UT)
 9:30         Rescheduling penalties for closed-loop scheduling R. McAllister (UCSB)           
 9:55         Graph-Based Modeling and Simulation of Complex Systems J. Jalving (UW)
10:20        Break
10:40        Fault Monitoring in the residual space of dynamic component analysis Y. Liu (USC)
11:05        Industry Lecture: Operational Excellence with Real-time Optimization Rahul Bindlish The Dow Chemical Co.
11:55        Lunch: O’s Café EERC 2nd Floor
1:00 p.m. Scheduling and MPC: complete integration via complementarity constraints J. Simkoff (UT)
1:25         Design optimization of next-generation amine-based carbon capture plants C. Tsay (UT)
1:50         Engagement of chemical processes in fast demand response and J. Otashu (UT) frequency regulation
2:15         Break
2:30         Greener operation of chemical processes using emissions-based scheduling M.T. Kelley (UT)
2:55         Closing Remarks and adjourn M. Baldea (UT)

Paper survey will be provided at the beginning of the conference.  Please turn in at the end.  Thank you.

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