Background and activities
My research is focusing on the "Plantwide Control" procedure developed by Sigurd Skogestad. Steady state optimization is a crucial part of this procedure. Hence the focus of my Ph.D. thesis is set on developing a new methodology for optimizing integrated processes with simultaneously implementing insights obtained from process knowledge. This includes the application of surrogate models, intelligent sampling for surrogate model generation as well as self-optimizing control.
- TKP4140 - Process Control
- TKP4555 - Specialization Course: Advanced Process Control
- Since 10. 2014: Ph.D. student in the Process Systems Engineering Group, NTNU.
- 06.2013 - 06.2014: Research assistant, ICB, ETH Zurich.
- 09.2011 - 02.2013: M.Sc. with distinction in Chemical and Bio Engineering, ETH Zurich.
- 09.2008 - 02.2012: B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, ETH Zurich
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2018) Control of Steady-state Gradient of an Ammonia Reactor using Transient Measurements. Computer-aided chemical engineering. vol. 43.
- (2017) Use of Latent Variables to Reduce the Dimension of Surrogate Models. Computer-aided chemical engineering. vol. 40.
- (2016) Minimizing the complexity of surrogate models for optimization. Computer-aided chemical engineering. vol. 38.