Dr. Radoslav Paulen and PhD candidate Martin Mojto conducted a research exchange stay at Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany from August, 31 to September, 11. During the stay, Dr. Paulen gave a seminar on "Optimal Control of Batch Membrane Processes" a Mr. Mojto presented his research work in the lecture "Control structure analysis and design of inferentials for an industrial depropanizer column".
On Monday, September 16, 2019 at 2pm in the room 641, Karolína Jastřembská (Univerzita Pardubice) will give a lecture on "Pressure driven membrane processes: Membrane and its role in the separation".
Publisher Elsevier provides open access to new research articles for 50 days to help share the current results:
R. Paulen – M. Fikar: Dynamic real-time optimization of batch processes using Pontryagin’s minimum principle and set-membership adaptation. Computers & Chemical Engineering, vol. 128, pp. 488–495, 2019.
Graduation ceremony of bachelor students at FCHPT, STU in Bratislava was on Tuesday, July 2. Graduated were IAM students: Michal Gubrický, Juraj Kavor, Darko Križan, Michaela Lehotová, and Lucia Míková. Congratulations!
In the framework of his sabbatical stay at Imperial College London (8th place in the QS World University Ranking), Dr. Radoslav Paulen gave a seminar on "Optimal Control of Membrane Diafiltration Processes" on June 25, 2019.