• Juan E. Morinelly

  • Carnegie Mellon University
  • Department of Chemical Engineering
  • 5000 Forbes Avenue
  • Doherty Hall, Room 3112
  • Pittsburgh, PA 15213
  • jmorinel@andrew.cmu.edu

Education and Work

2013 — Present Ph.D. (In progress), Chemical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
2010 — 2013 ORISE Postgraduate Research Appointment, U.S. DoE National Energy Technology Laboratory
2004 — 2009 M.S. & B.S., Chemical Engineering, Michigan Technological University

Teaching Assistant

Spring, 2014 Chemical Engineering Process Control (06-464)
Fall, 2013 Chemical Process Systems Design (06-421)

Research Interests

The demand of reliable sources of energy will increase in the near future bounded by technical, social, economic, and environmental constraints. Novel computational tools will be crucial for the efficient development of the technologies that will satisfy this demand. In general terms, I am interested in the development of such tools for the design and operation of energy process systems. My current research aims to make contributions to the field of optimal control theory applied to oil reservoir management.

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