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Thomas Badgwell <[log in to unmask]>
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Thomas Badgwell <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 6 Mar 2019 08:20:10 -0500
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Greetings CAST10 colleagues -

Foundations Of Process Analytics and Machine learning (FOPAM) <> is a new conference series that aims to be the premier forum for researchers from industry and academia to discuss the current status and future directions of data analytics and machine learning in the process industries. The first FOPAM conference will take place August 6–9, 2019 in Raleigh, North Carolina.

The call for extended abstracts is now open with a deadline of April 12, 2019. We look forward to contributions from you and your colleagues that will share your insights and strengthen the impact of the conference.

Using a Gordon Conference-like format, the conference features an exciting program of invited speakers on wide-ranging topics that include

•	Process Monitoring
•	Process Design
•	Computational Materials Design
•	Control Design
•	Business, Scheduling, and Supply Chain
•	Educating Students and Colleagues.

An optional workshop on “Process Data Analytics and Machine Learning”, to be held on the two days before the conference, covers the major classes of methods as well as industrial case studies.  See the FOPAM website <> for a detailed workshop agenda.

Extended abstracts accepted for the meeting will appear as poster presentations. All attendees presenting posters will have the opportunity to submit a full paper to a special issue of Computers & Chemical Engineering (Elsevier).

Please direct any questions on the conference or extended abstract submission to the Conference Manager, Robin Craven at [log in to unmask] We look forward to seeing you and your colleagues in North Carolina this summer!

Conference Co-chairs,
Richard D. Braatz
Thomas A. Badgwell
Phillip Westmoreland