ChE graduate student Andrew Radcliffe takes first place at 2019 AIChE Annual Meeting
Davidson School of Chemical Engineering graduate student Andrew Radcliffe received first place at the 2019 AIChE Annual Meeting for his presentation in the Computing and Systems Technology (CAST) Division. Radcliffe earned the top prize from 144 submissions in the category.
In his poster presentation, Development of an Image Analysis Tool for High-Speed Imaging Data in a Dropwise Additive Manufacturing Process, Radcliffe described his novel computer vision algorithms for dynamic object tracking, event detection and recognition which enable fully automated extraction of spatiotemporal and statistical information from large image sets.
Radcliffe (pictured right with CAST Director Selen Cremaschi) is co-advised by Dr. Gintaras Reklaitis, the Burton and Kathryn Gedge Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering, and Dr. Zoltan Nagy, Professor of Chemical Engineering. His research is in the area of process and systems engineering. Radcliffe will graduate in 2020 with his PhD in Chemical Engineering.
Learn more about the 2019 AIChE annual meeting at: https://www.aiche.org/conferences/aiche-annual-meeting/2019
Read more about Andrew Radcliffe’s research poster presentation at: https://www.aiche.org/conferences/aiche-annual-meeting/2019/proceeding/paper/370r-development-image-analysis-tool-high-speed-imaging-data-dropwise-additive-manufacturing-process
Pictured below, from left: Director Selen Cremaschi, Director Alexander Mitsos, Andrew Radcliffe, Director Benoit Chachuat, Director Mona Bavarian
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