to the Process Control & Informatics Unit

The research interests and activities of our laboratory focus on design, modeling, identification, optimization and control of products, systems and processes.

Our efforts include not only traditional chemical engineering systems, but also energy systems (smart grids), production planning and scheduling systems as well as biological systems, with particular emphasis on systems toxicology.

We are particularly interested on data-driven modeling and control methods and on the development and application of information and web-based technologies. To deal with data complexity, nonlinearity and noise, we are working extensively in the scientific areas of computational intelligence, machine learning and data mining.