Dr. Chris Swartz has received the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering's D.G. Fisher Award, which is given to one person each year in recognition of "major contributions in the field of systems and control engineering". Congratulations Chris!
For this award, Chris was invited to deliver a keynote lecture at the 69th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference in Halifax on October 21st. He spoke about optimization of uncertain dynamic systems with application to process operation and design. Chris's award lecture may be viewed online. The award was subsequently presented to Chris by Dr. Thomas Adams, Chair of the CSChE's Systems and Control Division.
Lingyan Deng, Thomas A. Adams. Comparison of steel manufacturing off-gas utilization methods via life cycle analysis [more]
Nor Farida Harun. Fuel Composition Transients in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Gas Turbine Hybrid Systems for Polygeneration Applications [more]
Yingwei Yuan, Kamil A. Khan. Constructing a subgradient from directional derivatives for functions of two variables [more]
Pulkit Mathur, Chris L. E. Swartz. Uncertainty management via online scheduling for optimal short-term operation of cascaded hydropower systems [more]