314 Software Tools and Implementations for Process Systems Engineering

Tuesday, November 15, 2016: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Monterey I (Hotel Nikko San Francisco)
Process Systems Engineering is heavily dependent on computation, and thus PSE research relies on good implementations of tools, models, and algorithms to effectively develop, evaluate, and deploy research advancements. This session encourages submissions that focus on the intersection of PSE with software engineering. Presentations describing software implementations are welcome. We especially encourage submissions discussing: Approaches to transforming algorithmic protocols into reliable implementations; Extension of PSE tools to non-traditional platforms; including GPUs, parallel computing, and cloud computing; New implementations of algorithms, tool suites, or modeling environments; Support tools, including frameworks for supporting development, testing and evaluation.

Computing Systems and Technology Division

Ruth Misener
Email: r.misener@imperial.ac.uk

John Siirola
Email: jdsiiro@sandia.gov

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on the online proceeding.

8:30 AM
(314a) Recent Advances in the BARON Project
Yash Puranik, Mustafa Kilinc and Nick Sahinidis

9:27 AM
(314d) Plasmo: Platform for Scalable Modeling and Optimization
Yankai Cao, Jordan Jalving, Kibaek Kim and Victor M. Zavala

10:05 AM
(314f) Recent Developments in Pyomo
John Siirola, William E. Hart and Jean-Paul Watson
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10:24 AM
(314g) Thermodynamic Consistency-Based Validation Approach for Equation of State Methods in Process Simulators
Seiya Hirohama, Prasad Narasimhan, Francisco BraƱa-Mulero, Nevin Gerek and David Bluck
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