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MACC Researchers
Han Wang Han Wang
M.A.Sc
Supervised by Dr. Chris Swartz

Email
wangh49@mcmaster.ca

Education
MaSC Chemical Engineering, McMaster (2014)
B. Eng and BioSci, Chemical Engineering, McMaster University (2012)

Work Experience
Instrumentation and Controls Engineer (Co-op), Imperial Oil, Calgary, AB (2010-2011)

Research Title
Optimization-based operability analysis frameworks for process supply chains

Research Objectives
A key feature for business nowadays is that it is the entire supply chain that competes, not individual organizations, and the success of supply chains is ultimately determined by the end consumers. Analogous to chemical processes, supply chain processes operate under dynamic market environments facing various types of uncertainty, and are required to satisfactorily meet customer demand and/or transition between operating policies rapidly to exploit external opportunities in a cost-effective fashion. The primary goal of this research is to develop an optimization-based framework to design process supply chains with sufficient capability to hedge against various uncertainty during operations. This research topic addresses process operability (flexibility and responsiveness) analysis quantitatively and the design frameworks that account for both operability and economic performance of a supply chain process.

MACC Publications

Other Publications

  • Wang, H., Mastragostino, R., and. Swartz, C.L.E. Flexibility Analysis of Process Supply Chains. Paper 518g, AIChE Annual Meeting, November 3-8, 2013. San Francisco, CA, USA.

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