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DYN @ PAAT 2019

From November 11th to 12th, 2019, the former group member and PhD candidate Corina Nentwich and the PhD students Lukas Samuel Maxeiner and Simon Wenzel represented the DYN at the PAAT2019 (Jahrestreffen der ProcessNet-Fachgemeinschaften “Prozess-, Apparate- und Anlagentechnik” unterstützt durch “Sustainable Production, Energy and Resources”) in Dortmund, Germany.

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The former group member and PhD candidate Corina Nentwich and the PhD students Lukas Samuel Maxeiner and Simon Wenzel represented the DYN group at the PAAT2019 (Jahrestreffen der ProcessNet-Fachgemeinschaften “Prozess-, Apparate- und Anlagentechnik” unterstützt durch “Sustainable Production, Energy and Resources”). This year, the conference took place in the Kongress Westfalenhallen, in Dortmund.

Process technology, apparatuses, and plant engineering for sustainable and competitive production were in the focus of this year's annual meeting. Over 200 chemical engineers, plant constructors, process engineers, and technical chemists from science and industry had the opportunity to present research results, discuss requirements from industrial practice, and jointly develop solutions for new processes in the chemical process industries and other sectors.

They DYN contributed the following talks to the program:

  • Gemeinsame Optimierung von Anlagenverbünden ohne Austausch sensitiver Informationen – geht das? S. Wenzel; L. Maxeiner; S. Engell
  • Preisbasierte Optimierung des Einkaufs technischer Gase. R. Lemoine; C. Maul; L. Maxeiner; S. Engell
  • Overcoming the modeling bottleneck – Effiziente MILP Modellierung von Verbundstandorten und deren Logistik. L. Maxeiner; S. Wenzel; Y. Misz; S. Engell
  • Optimierung chemischer Prozesse unter Verwendung von Surrogatmodellen. C. Nentwich; S. Engell

More information can be found here: dechema.de/PAAT2019.html