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M.Sc. Lukas Maxeiner

M.Sc. Lukas Maxeiner Photo of M.Sc. Lukas Maxeiner

Telephone
(+49)231 755-5124

Fax
(+49)231 755-5129

Address

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

Room 510

Contents

Short CV

Lukas Maxeiner studied chemical engineering at at the Department of Biochemical and Chemical Engineering of Technische Universität Dortmund.

During his studies he did internships at Wacker Chemie AG and BASF SE, and spent a semester abroad in the US at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh(PA).

Thereafter, he wrote his thesis with the topic "Optimizing control of a tubular polymerization reactor using Proper Orthogonal Decomposition" at the Chair of Process Dynamics and Operations.

In January 2015, he joined the Chair as a PhD student.

Consultation Hour

By arrangement via mail.

Research Interests
  • The development and application of distributed control and optimization schemes.
  • Coordination of chemical batch processes.
  • The definition of objective functions for receding horizon NMPC for batch processes.

Projects

CoPro

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Improved energy and resource efficiency by better coordination of production in the process industries

The goal of the CoPro project is to develop and to demonstrate methods and tools for process monitoring and optimal dynamic planning, scheduling and control of plants, industrial sites and clusters under dynamic market conditions to achieve an optimally energy and resource efficient production.

 My contribution: Development of suitable algorithms, Grey-box modelling

Personal

My field of interest is the development and application of distributed control and optimization for chemical production processes.
Hereby the focus is on the coordination of the distributed subsystems. In my case, coordination is done using a market like mechanism, which is based on the concept of supply and demand.

My goal is to develop a quick converging algorithm and to successfully apply it to case studies that are provided by industrial partners. This research is part of the European DYMASOS (Dynamic Management of Physically Coupled Systems of Systems) project.

Teaching

SS15

  • Data-based Dynamic Modeling
  • DYN 5
  • DYN 11

WS15/16

  • PSE Gruppenarbeit
  • DYN 3

SS16

  • Data-based Dynamic Modeling
  • Einführung in die Programmierung

WS16/17

  • BCI Gruppenarbeit
  • DYN 10

Supervised Theses

MT: Syed Saud Shakeel – Auction-based mechanism for distributed resource allocation

MT: Huan Fui Lee – Adaptive grey box modeling for the application in advanced process control


Publications


articleMaxeiner, Wenzel, Engell

Price-based coordination of interconnected systems with access to external markets

Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 44, 877-882, 2018

articleWenzel, Maxeiner, Engell

Steigerung der Energie- und Ressourceneffizienz durch bessere Koordinierung der Produktion in der Prozessindustrie

Chemie Ingenieur Technik, 90, 1162-1163, 2018

in proceedingsWenzel, Maxeiner, Engell

Virtual splitting of shared resource networks for price- based coordination with portfolio tariffs

28th European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering, 301-306, 2018

articleWenzel, Maxeiner, Engell

Virtual splitting of shared resource networks for price-based coordination with portfolio tariffs

Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 43, 301-306, 2018

proceedingsNazari, Wenzel, Maxeiner, Sonntag, Engell

A Framework for the Simulation and Validation of Distributed Control Architectures for Technical Systems of Systems

The 20th World Congress of the International Federation of Automatic Control, 2017

articleMaxeiner, Wenzel, Engell

Shared resource allocation in the process industries via price-based coordination for symstems with discrete decisions

Computer Aided Chemical Engineering, 40, 1897-1902, 2017

in proceedingsStojanovski, Maxeiner, Krämer, Engell

Real-time Shared Resource Allocation by Price Coordination in an Integrated Petrochemical Site

2015

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