Vice President of Technology Solutions, Compact Membrane Systems
Thursday, January 11, 2024, 3:00-4:00 PM ET (1:00-2:00 PM MT)
In person at: Gaithersburg Bldg. 101 LR D with VTC to Boulder 1-4072
Online at: ZoomGov (email seminar chair for PIN)
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Abstract: Traditional membrane technologies have been studied and well defined in both literature and process simulation models since the late 1970’s. Compact Membrane Systems is commercializing a new type of membrane, facilitated transport, to tackle the world’s most energy intensive separation challenges, but we find ourselves in need of new performance correlations. Coupled with the fact that our economic assumptions need to be backed by rigorous technical performance models, it is vital to have first principles models to describe our product performance trained with real field conditions. In this talk, I will discuss the importance of models for describing the value proposition of products and their implementation in product development. We will explore pushing these models from research and development tools to techno-economic evaluation, control system development, and data processing. I will discuss the challenges of balancing rapid development and the need for accuracy in our models.
Bio: After completing her degree in Chemical Engineering at the University of Delaware, Christine began her career in research and development focused on material transport properties of composite membranes for liquid and gas phase separations. Subsequently, she took on a business development role where she used performance models to design industrial membrane separation system, perform techno-economic evaluations for customers, and evaluate new market applications. As VP of Technology Solutions, Christine leads a cross functional team to develop new membrane process designs, performance models, and data tools. Her specialty is in translating technical characteristics to customer value propositions to enable the development of decarbonization solutions.
Host: Tony Kearsley / Rob DeJaco
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