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M.Sc. Yannik-Noel Misz

M.Sc. Yannik-Noel Misz Photo of M.Sc. Yannik-Noel Misz

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Fakultät Bio- und Chemieingenieurwesen
Lehrstuhl für Systemdynamik und Prozessführung
Geschossbau 2

Room 617


Short CV

Yannik-Noel Misz studied Biochemical Engineering at TU Dortmund University. In October 2017 he completed his undergraduate studies with the thesis "Model Adaption to Simplify an MINLP Optimization for the Production Planning of an Evaporation Network". Afterwards, he joined the international master’s course Automation and Robotics with the specialization Process Automation at TU Dortmund University from which he graduated in October 2019. The topic of his thesis was "Online Process Monitoring in Simulated Moving Bed Processes". He joined the group in November 2019.

Consultation Hour

By arrangement via E-mail.

Research Interests
  • Real-time optimization
  • Optimal resource allocation
  • Site-wide optimization


CoPro: "Improved energy and resource efficiency by better coordination of production in the process industries" (CoPro)

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 LOTUS: "LOw-cost innovative Technology for water quality monitoring and water resources management for Urban and rural water systems in India" (LOTUS)




  • Process Performance Optimization
  • Prozessautomatisierung und Regelung / Introduction to Process Dynamics and Control

Supervised Theses




articleWenzel, Misz, Rahimi-Adli, Beisheim, Gesthuisen, Engell

An optimization model for site-wide scheduling of coupled production plants with an application to the ammonia network of a petrochemical site

Optimization and Engineering, 20, 31, 2019

in proceedingsWenzel, Misz, Rahimi-Adli, Beisheim, Engell

ECCE12 - The 12th European Congress of Chemical Engineering, 2019

in proceedingsWenzel, Misz, Rahimi-Adli, Beisheim, Gesthuisen, Engell

Optimale standortweite Produktionsplanung am Beispiel des NH3-Netzwerkes der INEOS in Köln

, 2018

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