International Assessment of Systems Engineering For Clean and Renewable Energy Manufacturing
              

 

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Panelists

   
  Matt Realff  Matt Realff Georgia Tech (Study Chair)

Research Interests
Process design, simulation, scheduling and control. He has specific interests that include; the design and operation of processes that minimize waste production by recovery of useful products from waste streams, and the simultaneous scheduling and control of batch processes. His overall research goal is to automate the entire design process: the design or selection of molecules for desired product properties, the synthesis of reaction pathways and separation operations, and the design and selection of processing equipment, combining fundamental chemical engineering science with an understanding of the methods of design.

 

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  Ryne Raffaelle Ryne Raffaelle, Rochester Institute of Technology


 

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  Paul Collopy Paul Collopy, University of Alabama

Dr. Collopy has more than 20 years' experience in the development of the design process for large systems. He most recently served as the executive director of the Illinois-based Value-Driven Design Institute, a non-profit research and education institute that develops new approaches to the design of complex systems. He is also the co-founder of DFM Consulting, which develops value-centric design methods, value models, and cost models to support complex product design and technology management.

 

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  Wayne Curtis, The Pennsylvania State Univerity
 

Research interests
Regulation and signal transduction in plant secondary metabolism.
Phytoremediation of hydrocarbons.
Commercial chemical production in plants and plant tissue culture.

 

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  Abhi Deshmukh Abhi Deshmukh, Purdue University

Research Interests
Distributed Decision-Making
System Complexity
Mechanism design
Healthcare policy
Cyberinfrastructure for Engineering Applications

 

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  Delcie Durham Delcie Durham, University of South Florida

Research Interests
Sustainable manufacturing
Predictive product realization
Fundamental methods for complex systems
Interdisciplinary research organizational

 

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