Foundations of Computer Aided Process Operations / Chemical Process Control
Loews Ventana Canyon Hotel and Resort, Tucson, Arizona
January 8-12, 2017

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CPC 2017

Chemical Process Control is the premier international conference on process control, aiming to assess progress in the theory and practice of process control, and to identify major directions for research and technology development in the next decade. Invited oral presentations from industry and academia provide authoritative overviews, and contributed poster presentations illustrate the depth and breadth of the field. Interactive panel discussions are among the conference highlights. Informal interactions and ample opportunities for networking are facilitated by a compact, yet flexible schedule, which includes group hospitality every evening of the conference. The CPC and FOCAPO conferences go in parallel with several joint programming sessions to explore the interface of operations and control, and their integration in the context of enterprise-wide operations. In addition to core subjects and applications in the process industries, topics such as energy sustainability, big data and cyber-physical systems, along with emerging technologies in the advanced materials and health-related industries.

  • Perspectives on Feedback Control
  • Distributed Control and Manufacturing
  • Energy and Sustainability
  • Next Generation MPC
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Grand Challenges for PSE
  • Education and Workforce, Driving Research to Practice
  • Future Research Directions
Conference Chairs
Christos Maravelias
University of Wisconsin - Madison
John Wassick
The Dow Chemical Company
Erik Ydstie
Carnegie Mellon University
Larry Megan
Praxair Inc.
CACHE Liaison
B. Wayne Bequette
Rensselaer Polytechnic Insitute
Conference Information Center
Robin Craven
Conference Manager