Challenge Workshop: Online & Offline Optimal Control of Chemical and Biotechnological Processes

Postition Paper


Objectives of the workshop:

  • Bring together academia and industry to discuss challenges and share experiences in applying offline / online optimal control to real world dynamic processes in Chemistry and Biotechnology
  • Identify possible roadmap for new algorithms, software and modeling workflows: model building - offline optimal control - model reduction
  • Plan future activities (e.g. define test suites for different dynamic optimization problems)


January 23, 2014


BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany


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Dr. A. Badinski, Scientific Computing, BASF SE, Germany
Dr. S. Sauer, Scientific Computing, BASF SE/Heidelberg University, Germany
Prof. Dr. E. Kostina, University of Marburg, Germany
Dr. A. Schreieck, Scientific Computing, BASF SE, Germany

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