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Dr Victor Grisales Diaz
Dr Mark Willis
Multi-objective optimization of aniline and hydrogen production in a directly coupled membrane reactor2022
Harry Laing
Dr Chris O'Malley
Dr Mark Willis
Optimisation of energy usage and carbon emissions monitoring using MILP for an advanced anaerobic digester plant2022
Dr Mark Willis
An Automated Computational Approach to Kinetic Model Discrimination and Parameter Estimation2021
Dr Mark Willis
Dr Allen Wright
COVID-19: Mechanistic model calibration subject to active and varying non-pharmaceutical interventions2021
Dr Mark Willis
Rapid, Automated Determination of Reaction Models and Kinetic Parameters2021
Dr Mark Willis
Dr Moritz von Stosch
Oscar Prado-Rubio
Assessing the energy requirements for butanol production using fermentation tanks-in-series operated under vacuum2020
Harry Laing
Dr Chris O'Malley
Dr Mark Willis
Development of a biogas distribution model for a wastewater treatment plant: a mixed integer linear programming approach2020
Dr Mark Willis
Oscar Prado-Rubio
Dr Moritz von Stosch
Insights into the dynamics and control of COVID-19 infection rates2020
Dr Mark Willis
Computational approaches to kinetic model selection2019
Dr Mark Willis
Ethanol production using Zymomonas mobilis: Development of a kinetic model describing glucose and xylose co-fermentation2019
Dr Victor Grisales Diaz
Dr Mark Willis
On the economic optimisation of ethanol production using corn stover feedstock: A new kinetic model, a green recovery system and a deacetylation step2019
Dr Victor Grisales Diaz
Dr Moritz von Stosch
Dr Mark Willis
Butanol production via vacuum fermentation: An economic evaluation of operating strategies2018
Dr Victor Grisales Diaz
Dr Mark Willis
Kinetic modelling and simulation of batch, continuous and cell-recycling fermentations for acetone-butanol-ethanol production using Clostridium saccharoperbutylacetonicum N1-42018
Dr Victor Grisales Diaz
Oscar Prado-Rubio
Dr Mark Willis
Dr Moritz von Stosch
Dynamic hybrid model for ultrafiltration membrane processes2017
Dr Moritz von Stosch
Dr Jie Zhang
Dr Mark Willis
Hybrid neural network modelling for process monitoring and control2017
Richard Adamson
Dr Mark Willis
Integrated real-time production scheduling of a multiple cryogenic air separation unit and compressor plant2017
Dr Moritz von Stosch
Dr Mark Willis
Intensified design of experiments for upstream bioreactors2017
Dr Mark Willis
Dr Moritz von Stosch
L0-constrained regression using mixed integer linear programming2017
Richard Adamson
Dr Mark Willis
Retrospective and predictive optimal scheduling of nitrogen liquefier units and the effect of renewable generation2017
Dr Mark Willis
Dr Moritz von Stosch
Simultaneous parameter identification and discrimination of the nonparametric structure of hybrid semi-parametric models2017
Richard Adamson
Dr Mark Willis
Steady-state optimisation of a multiple cryogenic air separation unit and compressor plant2017
Dr Mark Willis
Dr Moritz von Stosch
Inference of chemical reaction networks using mixed integer linear programming2016
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Reverse Engineering Chemical Reaction Networks from Time Series Data2012
Charles Hii
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Evolving toxicity models using multigene symbolic regression and multiple objectives2011
Dr Dominic Searson
Professor David Leahy
Dr Mark Willis
Predicting the toxicity of chemical compounds using GPTIPS: a free genetic programming toolbox for MATLAB2011
Professor Jarka Glassey
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Gary Montague
Application of Agent-Based System for Bioprocess Description and Process Improvement2010
Dr Dominic Searson
Professor David Leahy
Dr Mark Willis
GPTIPS: An Open Source Genetic Programming Toolbox For Multigene Symbolic Regression2010
Alexander Morrison
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Using genetic programming to evolve a team of data classifiers2010
Dr Mark Willis
Determining reaction networks2009
Dr Arijit Mukherjee
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Improved control of a chaotic reaction system using modified delay co-ordinate feedback2009
Rob Worth
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
The Importance of Mass Transfer in Gas-Liquid Reactions2009
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Arijit Mukherjee
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
The influence of reaction temperature on the oscillatory behaviour in the palladium-catalysed phenylacetylene oxidative carbonylation reaction2009
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Utilising high throughput technologies for determination of the reaction mechanism of the L-proline catalysed aldol reaction2009
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Utilising high throughput technologies for the determination of the reaction mechanism of the L-proline catalysed aldol reaction2009
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Effect of gas-liquid mass transfer rates on the palladium catalysed phenylacetylene oxidative carbonylation reaction2008
Rob Worth
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Are high throughput technologies useable for engineering scalability?2008
Samantha Burnham
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Inference of chemical reaction networks2008
Dr Christophe Grosjean
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Product identification and distribution from the oscillatory versus non-oscillatory palladium(II) iodide-catalysed oxidative carbonylation of phenylacetylene2008
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Christophe Grosjean
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
The influence of oscillations on product selectivity during the palladium-catalysed phenylacetylene oxidative carbonylation reaction2008
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Towards predicting catalyst performance in reactive distillation systems2008
Dr Ankur Mukherjee
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Two-dimensional simple proportional feedback control of a chaotic reaction system2008
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Ankur Mukherjee
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Dr Stephen Scott
et al.
Using perturbation experiments to study the dynamic behaviour of the palladium-catalysed phenylacetylene oxidative carbonylation2008
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Utilising high throughput technologies for the determination of the reaction network of the l-proline catalysed aldol reaction2008
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Utilising high throughput technologies for the determination of the reaction network of the ʟ-proline catalysed aldol reaction2008
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Christophe Grosjean
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Achieving pH and Qr oscillations in a palladium-catalysed phenylacetylene oxidative carbonylation reaction using an automated reactor system2007
Philip English
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Automated inference of chemical reaction networks2007
Dr Ankur Mukherjee
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Characterisation of the dynamic behaviour of Briggs-Rauscher reaction in a fed-batch reactor2007
Dr Ankur Mukherjee
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Characterisation of the dynamic behaviour of Briggs-Rauscher reaction in fed-batch reactor2007
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Gary Montague
Co-evolution of non-linear PLS model components2007
Dr Ankur Mukherjee
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Control of a chaotic autocatalytic reaction in a continuous stirred tank reactor2007
Samantha Burnham
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
et al.
Deduction of reaction mechanism using data from a robotic workstation2007
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Engineering Scalability-Extending High Throughput Technologies to Chemical Process Development2007
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Identifying Chemical Reaction Network Models2007
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Simon Horne
Professor Allen Wright
Inference of chemical reaction networks using hybrid s-system models2007
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Reaction network determination using calibration free analytical data2007
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Towards the elucidation of a chemical reaction network for the palladium-catalysed phenylacetylene oxidative carbonylation reaction2007
Dr Ankur Mukherjee
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Control of a chaotic autocatalytic reaction system2006
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Christophe Grosjean
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Enhancing process development using high throughput technologies a case study using an L-proline catalysed aldol reaction2006
Dr Katarina Novakovic
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
High throughput technologies and reaction network determination2006
Dr Dominic Searson
Samantha Burnham
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Identification of chemical reaction mechanism from batch process data2006
Simon Horne
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Modelling of chemical processes using S-systems2006
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
S-systems and evolutionary algorithms for the inference of chemical reaction networks from fed-batch reactor experiments2006
Samantha Burnham
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Towards the automated deduction of chemical reaction mechanism2006
Samantha Burnham
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Allen Wright
Towards the automated elucidation of chemical reaction mechanism from batch reactor experiments2006
Professor Allen Wright
Dr Mark Willis
The effect of reaction kinetics on the performance of reactive distillation2004
Professor Gary Montague
Dr Mark Willis
Correlating polymer resin and end-use properties to molecular-weight distribution2003
Dr Mark Willis
Dynamic systems modelling using genetic programming2003
Professor Gary Montague
Professor Jarka Glassey
Dr Mark Willis
French fry quality improvement using advanced control techniques2003
Professor Gary Montague
Dr Mark Willis
Dr Ailbhe Burke
Hybrid Approach to Modeling an Industrial Polyethylene Process2003
Susan Lau
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Gary Montague
Professor Jarka Glassey
Predictive scheduling of a bioprocess plant2003
Professor Gary Montague
Professor Jarka Glassey
Dr Mark Willis
Advanced control methods for French fry quality improvement2002
Dr Kathryn Kipling
Professor Jarka Glassey
Professor Gary Montague
Dr Mark Willis
Dr Hugo Hiden
et al.
Automated production support for the bioprocess industry2002
Dr Ming Tham
Professor Gary Montague
Professor Jarka Glassey
Dr Mark Willis
Practical inferential estimation using artificial neural networks2002
Ben McKay
Dr Mark Willis
Dr Dominic Searson
Professor Gary Montague
Nonlinear continuum regression: an evolutionary approach2000
Dr Ming Tham
Dr Mark Willis
A robust tuning procedure for adaptive inferential control1999
Dr Ming Tham
Dr Mark Willis
A robust tuning procedure for adaptive inferential control1999
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Gary Montague
Improving controller performance using genetically evolved structures with co-adaptation1999
Ben McKay
Dr Mark Willis
Dr Dominic Searson
Professor Gary Montague
Non-linear continuum regression using genetic programming1999
Dr Hugo Hiden
Dr Mark Willis
Dr Ming Tham
Professor Gary Montague
Non-linear principal components analysis using genetic programming1999
Dr Dominic Searson
Dr Mark Willis
Professor Gary Montague

Evolutionary design of process controllers

1998
Dr Dominic Searson
Professor Gary Montague
Dr Mark Willis
Chemical process controller design using genetic programming1998
Dr Dominic Searson
Professor Gary Montague
Dr Mark Willis
Chemical process controller design using genetic programming1998
Dr Dominic Searson
Professor Gary Montague
Dr Mark Willis
Evolutionary design of process controllers1998
Dr Dominic Searson
Professor Gary Montague
Dr Mark Willis
Evolutionary design of process controllers1998