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Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Clemens Lindscheid

Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Clemens Lindscheid Photo of Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Clemens Lindscheid

Telephone
(+49)231 755-7378

Fax
(+49)231 755-5129

Address

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

Room 509a

Contents

Short CV

Clemens Lindscheid studied mechanical engineering at RWTH Aachen. After working in industry on MPC solutions he joined the chair as a junior researcher in August 2015 to work in the MOBOCON project on operator support and monitoring of MPC solutions.

Consultation Hour

Tuesdays 09:00 – 10:00 or via mail.

Research Interests
  • Nonlinear model predictive control
  • Application of model predictive control
  • Interaction between Operators and Advanced Process Control

Projects

MOBOCON - Integration of the operators:

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The main focus of my research is to improve the interaction between advanced optimization based control and the operators through the design of interfaces. Operators have the authority to discard the proposed control moves, if the behavior seems wrong to them and are responsible for a safe and reliable process operation. It is therefore crucial that the operators understand the optimization results and are able to take over control in case of faults.

Teaching

WS 2016/17

  • Tutorials: Prozessautomatisierung
  • Laboratories: DYN5 – Pressure Control
  • A&R project group: Development and implementation of a Hardware-in-the-Loop environment for the do-mpc platform

 

SS 2016

  • Tutorials: Dynamic Models
  • Laboratories: DYN6 - Logic control

 

WS 2015/16

  • Tutorials: Control Theory and Applications
  • Laboratories: DYN5 – Pressure Control
  • CIW project group Einführung in die Verfahrenstechnische Produktion: CO2 als Rohstoff zu Methan
  • A&R project group: Automatic integration of Modelica models with generalized EKF observer modules for the DO-MPC control platform

Supervised Theses

Master Thesis

Rudolf Halas

Development and Evaluation of a Graphical User Interface to Improve Operator’s Trust in NMPC Algorithms


Publications


in proceedingsLindscheid, Sakthihasan, Engell

An Ecological Interface Design Based Visualization of the Energy Balance of Chemical Reactors

2nd IFAC Conference on Cyber-Physical & Human Systems, 51, 308-314, 2018

in proceedingsHaßkerl, Lindscheid, Subramanian, Markert, Górak, Engell

Application of Economics Optimizing Control to a Two-step Transesterification Reaction in a Pilot-Scale Distillation Column

2018

articleHaßkerl, Lindscheid, Subramanian, Markert, Gorák, Engell

Dynamic Performance Optimization of a Pilot-Scale Reactive Distillation Process by Economics Optimizing Control

Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 57, 12165-12181, 2018

in proceedingsHaßkerl, Lindscheid, Markert, Engell

Dynamische Echtzeitoptimierung einer zweistufigen Umesterungsreaktion in einer Mehrprodukt-Pilotanlage für Reaktivrektifikation

2018

articleHaßkerl, Lindscheid, Subramanian, Diewald, Tatulea-Codrean, Engell

Economics optimizing control of a multi-product reactive distillation process under model uncertainty

Computers and Chemical Engineering, 118, 25-48, 2018

in proceedingsHaßkerl, Lindscheid, Markert, Engell

Dynamische Echtzeitoptimierung einer Umesterung in einer Pilotanlage für Reaktivrektifikation

, 2017

in proceedingsLindscheid, Bremer, Haßkerl, Tatulea-Codrean, Engell

A Test Environment to Evaluate the Integration of Operators in Nonlinear Model-Predictive Control of Chemical Processes

2nd IFAC Conference on Cyber-Physical & Human Systems, 129-134, 2016

in proceedingsLindscheid, Haßkerl, Meyer, Potschka, Bock, Engell

Parallelization of modes of the Multi-Level Iteration Scheme for Nonlinear Model-Predictive Control of an Industrial Process

IEEE Multi-Conference on Systems and Control, 1506-1512, 2016

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