Report from NAMUG meeting 2015 Modelon hosted a tutorial on optimization with the Optimica Compiler Toolkit

Modelon recently sponsored and participated in the 2015 North American Modelica User’s Group meeting in Storrs, CT. The event surpassed last year’s participation and offered a unique, focused opportunity for interactions between Modelica users in the US.

Modelon hosted a tutorial on optimization with the Optimica Compiler Toolkit

Keynotes were given by Scott Bortoff from MERL and Luigi Vanfretti from KTH, Sweden. Both keynotes referred to interesting research done with Modelon’s platform. 

Further Modelon work was presented by Oak Ridge National Labs in support of their TRANSFORM modeling activity for small modular nuclear reactors

Kyle Palmer from the University of Connecticut presented the use of the platform for Optimal Experimental Design. 

The panel discussion by the attendees provided an opportunity for a lively and useful interaction between the attendees. 

We look forward to seeing you at the 2016 event when it is announced!

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Interested in optimization with OPTIMICA Compiler Toolkit? Consider taking a training in this subject on demand or in conjunction to a future Modelica event.

John Batteh is Group Manager and Technical Specialist at Modelon Inc. He holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from University of Michigan and has 15 years experience in physical modeling and simulation, with expertise in powertrain and thermofluid systems. In his current position, he is focused on helping customers leverage the power of Modelica and FMI for model-based systems engineering.