The PSE Model-Based Innovation Prize 2019

Recognising excellence in innovation

Process Systems Enterprise (PSE) is a pioneer in provision of advanced process modelling tools and services for the emerging technologies of Model-Based Innovation and Model-Based Engineering.

Our gPROMS® advanced process modelling software is widely used to provide quantification in support of academic research, particularly in areas of novel technology.

In acknowledgement of the role of gPROMS modelling in academic research, PSE offers annual prizes totalling €5000 for the best papers describing the use of gPROMS family products in an innovative way or in a novel area of application or technology.

Prize overview

  • We offer three Model-Based Innovation prizes: a winner's prize of €3000 and two runners-up prizes of €1000 each.
  • The research presented in the submitted papers should make substantial use of gPROMS modelling in order to achieve the results described.
  • The judges will favour novel applications or application in novel technology areas.
  • Each year the prize is announced at a key academic or industrial conference. This year's award will be presented in at the AIChE Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.
  • In addition to awarding the prizes, PSE may invite the corresponding authors to present the paper at the next PSE Advanced Process Modelling Forum and to publish a summary page on the PSE website, depending on copyright and other considerations.

The call for submissions for 2019 is now closed.

The MBI Prize judges

The prize is judged by three academics known for their considerable contribution to the field of process systems engineering over the years:

Prof. Stratos Pistikopoulos

Prof. Stratos Pistikopoulos (Chair)
Stratos Pistikopoulos is Associate Director at Texas A&M Energy Institute and TEES Distinguished Research Professor of Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering at Texas A&M University.

Asst. Prof. Michael Georgiadis

Associate Prof. Michael Georgiadis
Michael Georgiadis is Professor of Modelling, Optimisation and Control of Production Systems in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

Prof. Eva Sorensen

Prof. Eva Sorensen
Eva Sorensen is Professor of Chemical Engineering and Deputy Head of Department (Education) at University College London.

The decision of the judges is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

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