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The positions is related to model based operation technologies (Model predictive control, model based process monitoring ) for energy savings in the process industry.  The ideal candidate should have expertise and a relevant track record in one or more of i) dynamic process modeling (data driven, physics based), ii) advanced process control and optimization iii) estimation and process monitoring.  Demonstrated knowledge of using commercial process modeling software such as gPROMS is a plus.

The post-doc position is for 1+1 years and the work is going to be executed at TU/e collaborating closely with industry (food, bio and chemical) and researchers from other academic institutions.

Control Systems Group Description:

The research mission of the Control Systems Group is to master complexity present in mechatronics, power systems, automotive systems and industrial processes. The group focuses on fundamental research in model reduction, spatial temporal systems, Lyapunov methods for real-time control and distributed systems, and system identification. Furthermore, many industrial projects are being carried out in the area of automotive, process control, wireless sensor networks, power systems. The group actively participates in the Dutch Institute of Systems and Control (DISC). For more detailed information on the activities of the group please check http://tue.nl/cs/ .

You can use the following link to get more information and apply for this position

https://jobs.tue.nl/en/vacancy/postdoc-dynamic-modeling-model-based-control-of-industrial-chemical-processes-594905.html

Leyla Ozkan
Assistant Professor
Electrical Engineering Department
Eindhoven University of Technology

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