Process Integration & Optimization Using Dynamic Systems Models

Originally delivered Jan 14, 2014
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The webinar is from modeling and optimization experts at Idaho National Laboratory, Humberto Garcia and Richard Boardman. Their work has focused on topics ranging from biofuels to hybrid nuclear energy systems. It is an overview of process integration and optimization using dynamic systems models.


Richard Boardman

Richard Boardman received a doctorate degree in Chemical Engineering from BYU.  He worked for Exxon Production Research and Geneva Steel before joining the Idaho National Laboratory in 1990.  As the Department Manager for energy systems development and testing, he is responsible for the development and use of scientific computational tools and testing facilities supporting the evaluation and development of nuclear-renewable-fossil hybrid energy systems.Read more

Humberto Garcia

Humberto Garcia received a doctorate degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering, with a minor in Mechanical Engineering, from PennState. He worked for Argonne National Laboratory before joining the Idaho National Laboratory. As the group lead for dynamic systems integration, optimization, and resilient controls, he leads the development and use of systems theories and applications, including physical systems modeling, simulation, control, optimization, and integration; dynamic hybrid energy systems; resilient and predictive monitoring and controls for cyber-physical systems; anomaly...Read more

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