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2017 Determination of Dry-Ice Formation During the Depressurization of a CO2 Re-injection System J.A. Feliu, M. Manzulli, M.A. Alós CETCCUS
2017 Relief System Design Breakthrough Enhances Steady-State Rigor; Seamlessly Integrated Dynamics; Makes Best-Practice Safety and Operability Analysis Cost-Efficient D. Anderson AIChE 2017 Southwest Process Technology Conference
2017 Reduce Coke Formation and Save Operating Costs with Optimization of DMDS into Ethane Cracking Furnaces G. Hay, G. Rasouli, L. Carbognani-Arambarri et al. Hydrocarbon Processing
2016 Correction to Predicting the Viscosity of Hydrocarbon Mixtures and Diluted Heavy Oils Using the Expanded Fluid Model F. Ramos-Pallares, F F. Schoeggl, S.D. Taylor, M.A. Satyro et al.  Energy & Fuels
2016 Mutual Solubility of Water and Hydrocarbons C. Landra, M.A. Satyro Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data 
2016 Molecular Structure Modeling of Heavy Oil Thermal Upgrading G. Rasouli RefComm Galveston
2016 Overview & Benefits of Dynamic SRU Modeling A. Nathan, J. van der Lee RefComm Galveston
2016 Monitoring Through a Fieldwide Allocation & Composition Tracking System C. Arthur ShaleTech
2016 Virtual Milk for Modelling and Simulation of Dairy Processes M.T. Muni, Y. Zhang, D.I. Wilson, W. Yu, B.R. Young Journal of Dairy Science
2016 Dynamic Modelling and Validation of a Commercial Scale Geothermal Organic Rankine Cycle Power Plant M.J. Proctor, W. Yu, R.D. Kirkpatrick, B.R. Young  Geothermics 
2016 Downstream Modelling using PIONA Molecular Structure Approach M. Manzulli Haverly MUGI Conference 2016
2016 Benefits of Dynamic Simulation for Integrated Pipelines and Facilities Modeling A. Nathan North Texas Gas Processors Association
 2015 Simulation of Set-Point Feed-Forward Control of Wellhead Valves in an Organic Rankine Cycle Geothermal Power Plant M.J. Proctor, W. Yu, B.R. Young Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering
 2015 Predicting the Viscosity of Hydrocarbon Mixtures and Diluted Heavy Oils Using the Expanded Fluid Model F. Ramos-Pallares, F.F. Schoeggl, S.D. Taylor, et al. Energy & Fuels
 2015 Systematic Misprediction of n -Alkane + Aromatic and Naphthenic Hydrocarbon Phase Behavior Using Common Equations of State S. Ahitan, M.A. Satyro, J.M. Shaw Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data
 2015 Models for Multi-Phase & Single-Phase Flow in Pressure Relieving Systems Using Bernoulli Integration F. Self, S. Ganjam, G. Jacobs AIChE Academy
 2015 Tube Alloy Degradation in a Steam Cracking Furnace G. Hay, G. Rasouli, T. Morishita, J. Usami PTQ 
 2015 Equation of State Modeling for the Vapor Pressure of Biodiesel Fuels O.C. Díaz, F. Schoeggl, H.W. Yarranton, M.A. Satyro Fluid Phase Equilibria

Center for Proteomics and Metabolomics, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, The Netherlands

Department of Pathology, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, The Netherlands

§Fondazione Pisana per la Scienza ONLUS, Pisa, Italy


Ruben D. Addie is a Ph.D. student at the Department of Pathology and The Center for Proteomics and Metabolomics at the Leiden University Medical Center in The Netherlands. He received both his master degrees in Analytical Chemistry and Oncology from the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, and is currently working on the application of mass spectrometry imaging in the field of metabolomics.


Benjamin Balluff is an assistant professor for imaging bioinformatics at the Maastricht MultiModal Molecular Imaging Institute, Maastricht University, The Netherlands. He did his Ph.D. at the Institute of Pathology of the Helmholtz Zentrum München, Germany, on the application of mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) in cancer research. Later, at the Center of Proteomics and Metabolomics, Leiden University Medical Center, he focused on the computational analysis of MSI datasets for the study of intratumor heterogeneity.


Professor Judith V. M. G. Bovée is a pathologist at the pathology department of the LUMC, her primary specialization being bone and soft-tissue tumors. Her research focuses on elucidating the mechanisms of tumor emergence in bone and soft-tissue as well as finding new treatment and diagnostic options as most malignant sarcomas can only be treated by surgical resection. This research is performed within a number of different collaborations, both on a national and international level.


Professor Hans Morreau is staff member and attending pathologist at the department of pathology of the LUMC since 1997. His clinical tasks include the molecular diagnostic aspects of endocrine and familial diseases and responsibility for the molecular diagnostic unit within the department of pathology. His research is focused on the familial basis of endocrine disease and the refinement of diagnosis using molecular insights.


Liam A. McDonnell is Director of Proteomics at the Fondazione Pisana per la Scienza ONLUS (Pisa, Italy) and Associate Professor at Leiden University Medical Center (Leiden, The Netherlands). He is chair of the European Imaging MS network COST Action BM1104 and former chair of the Mass Spectrometry Imaging interest group of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry. His research focus is the interface of fundamental mass spectrometry with clinical research, for which interdisciplinarianism is key.

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