Simulation, identification and (sub)optimization of multiscale hybrid processes. A modeling approach: Direct Computer Mapping, 19 sept 2012

Séminaire du Professeur Béla Csukás

Université de Kaposvár (Hongrie)
Groupe de recherche d’informatique des procédés

Mercredi 19 septembre 2012 à 11h00
Irstea, bâtiment Minéa, salle Occident

« Simulation, identification and (sub)optimization of multiscale hybrid processes. A modeling approach: Direct Computer Mapping »

Ce séminaire se tiendra en anglais et durera de 45 minutes à une heure.

B. Csukás, M. Varga et S. Balogh, Research Group on Process Informatics, Kaposvár University, Hungary

  • Difficulties of simulation, identification and optimization of multiscale hybrid processes
  • Principle and methodology of Direct Computer Mapping
  • Model based comparison of natural and human built processes.
    • For better understanding of agri-food applications and the Direct Computer Mapping (DCM) framework, quick samples will be given like Simulated Moving Bed preparative chromatography, bioreactor (e.g. monoclonal antibody production), cellular processes (e.g. p53 related signaling)
    • The problem of agrifood process network interoperability
  • Features of DCM
  • Simulation based problem solving, combining DCM with a multi-criteria genetic algorithm
  • Example applications and experimental applications (focused on agri-food)
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