Digitalisation of process manufacturing and the energy sector is one of the key challenges to secure sustainable, cost-effective and resilient future. Chemical Engineering principles and concepts are ubiquitous in this topic and the development of systematic and integrated decision making frameworks is on the forefront of this grand challenge. In this lecture, we will touch upon how computational Chemical Engineering approaches can be deployed to facilitate problem solving in the areas of decarbonising the energy sector as well as improving operation of chemical industries.
Dr Vassilis Charitopoulos, Lecturer in Product & Process Systems Engineering.
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