Category Archives: Presentations

Posters at the 37th International Symposium on Combustion

Three posters were presented by Dr. Richard West at the 37th International Symposium on Combustion in Dublin, Ireland: Introducing a workflow for improving kinetic models: a case study using butanol, AutoTST: A framework to perform automated transition state theory calculations, Developing a community of practice for implementation of combustion concepts in undergraduate courses.

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Boston Academic Researchers Symposium

The Boston Academic Researchers Symposium is a Chemical Engineering conference organized by Northeastern University Department of Chemical Engineering’s graduate student council, which took place today at Northeastern University.  Researches from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University, Boston University, Tufts University, and the University of Massachusetts at Boston were present. Nate Harms presented a poster on AutoTST, like the […]

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MLSE Conference

The Machine Learning in Science and Engineering (MLSE) conference took place in Pittsburgh, PA, from June 6-8, 2018 where Krishna and Dr. Richard West presented “Unsupervised machine learning for data-driven representations of reactions.”

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ESSCI Spring Technical Meeting

The ESSCI Meeting took place on March 4-7, 2018 at Penn State University where Nate and Richard presented.

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Presentations at the Regional Kinetics and Dynamics Conference

The Regional Kinetics and Dynamics Conference took place at Northeastern University where Priyanka, Krishna, and Carl gave talks.

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NECS Meeting

The New England Catalysis Society meeting took place at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), where Dr. West gave a talk titled, “Implementing linear scaling relations in RMG-Cat for automated generation of microkinetic models,” and David, Emily, and Krishna presented a poster titled, “Reaction mechanism generator for heterogeneous catalysis (RMG-Cat): Ongoing and future developments.”

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Mechanism Importer at the US National Combustion Meeting

At the 9th US National Combustion Meeting in Cincinnati OH, progress on our mechanism importer project was presented. The presentation was titled “Identification, Correction, and Comparison of Detailed Kinetic Models” (Presentation date: May 20, 2015). Unfortunately we couldn’t attend the meeting in person, but Dr. C. Franklin Goldsmith was kind enough to give the presentation […]

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CoMoChEng at the Combustion Symposium

Richard, Pierre, and Fariba are in San Francisco this August for the 35th International Symposium on Combustion. The Computational Modeling in Chemical Engineering group is presenting four posters on Wednesday. If you’re at the conference, you should come and check them out! Our graphical abstracts are below. Contact us for the full posters. RMG-Py: the […]

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Flame Chemistry Workshop presentation

At the 2nd International Workshop on Flame Chemistry, Dr. West presented the group’s work on two projects related to automatic mechanism generation. The presentation was titled “Reaction Mechanism Generator: Toward High-Throughput Transition State Calculations, and Interpreting Existing Kinetic Models” (Presentation date: August 4, 2014) Links: View on SlideShare.net.

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CoMoChEng presents research at Kinetics and Dynamics meeting

The Computational Modeling in Chemical Engineering group attended the 32nd Regional Meeting on Kinetics and Dynamics on January 25, 2014. The conference was held at Trinity College in Hartford, CT. The group had a great presence at the meeting with Fariba, Pierre, Belinda and Victor presenting the following four talks: F. Seyedzadeh Khanshan and R.H. West. “Generating […]

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