The 31st annual MACC Meeting and Workshop took place at the Art Gallery of Hamilton over May 14-16, 2019. The Annual Research Review Meeting on May 14 featured a poster session and a rapid-fire presentation session highlighting each MACC graduate student's recent work.
Over May 15 and May 16, this year's workshop explored the theme of "Mathematical Modeling for Process Systems Applications in an Era of Expanding Digitalization", through a panel discussion and several presentations by the MACC faculty and representatives of member companies and visiting companies. As the keynote academic speaker, Prof. Richard Braatz from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology presented a thorough, insightful perspective on the current and future roles of Big Data in process systems engineering.
MACC members may download the meeting materials at this page (password required).
Abhinav  Garg, Prashant Mhaskar. Data-Driven Control of Rotational Molding Process [more]
Nor Farida Harun. Fuel Composition Transients in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Gas Turbine Hybrid Systems for Polygeneration Applications [more]
Abhinav  Garg, Prashant Mhaskar. Handling Constraints and Raw Material Variability in Rotomolding through Data-Driven Model Predictive Control [more]