Wednesday, November 19, 2008: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Room 204-C (Pennsylvania Convention Center)

Applied Mathematics and Numerical Analysis (10d)

#466 - Complex and Networked Systems (10D06)
The session introduces new concepts, notions and techniques to address the central issue of complexity in process engineering, as well as to characterize the behavior of large-scale networked systems/processes of chemical engineering interest.
Chair:Nael H. El-Farra
CoChair:Mingheng Li
12:30 PMA Framework for Assessing the Biocomplexity of Sustainable Material Use
Jun-Ki Choi, Bhavik R. Bakshi, Timothy C. Haab, Prem K. Goel
12:50 PMSafeparking of Multi-Unit Process Systems
Rahul Gandhi, Prashant Mhaskar
1:10 PMModel-Based Sensor Scheduling for Power Management In Wireless Sensor Networks
Yulei Sun, Nael H. El-Farra
1:30 PMModeling Technology Transitions and Risks Using Input-Output Framework
Vikas Khanna, Bhavik R. Bakshi
1:50 PMA Reaction Route Network Approach to the Thermodynamic Consistency of Microkinetic Models
Michael Morin, Saurabh Vilekar, Ravi Datta, Ilie Fishtik
2:10 PMGraph-Theoretic Approach for Discovering Alternative Synthetic Routes Forming Complex Networks
L. T. Fan, Tengyan Zhang, A. Argoti, Jiahong Liu, Botond Bertok, Ferenc Friedler
2:30 PMIntegrating Networked Process Systems to Solve Dynamic Optimization Problems
B. Erik Ydstie, Michael R. Wartmann

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