In the chemical process industry, the need to make decisions in a context of multiple and competing objectives is frequent. Thanks to advances in the field of operational research and systems science, several methods of multi-objective optimization have emerged that can be applied to chemical and biochemical engineering processes. These techniques incorporate the knowledge of an expert of a given process to the optimization routine, which provides valuable information about the domain of optimal solutions.
Let's celebrate the start of something good!
Here's a special opportunity for CHE graduate students, visitors, staff and faculty and their families. You are invited to the annual CHE Grad Picnic, where we will celebrate the start of a new semester with food, games and good times.