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2015 North America Modelica Users' Group Meeting

Where: University of Connecticut, Storr, CT
When: November 11th-12th, 2015

The North American Modelica Users’ Group conference is a rare opportunity to explore Systems Engineering standards as well as emerging technologies in the  area of cross discipline physical system modeling.

This conference will beheld in conjunction with the International Conference on Complex Systems Engineering (ICCSE).

November 11th, 2015

Time Activity
9:00am-noon Tool-specific hands-on training
An opportunity for you to gain first-hand experience of a range of products with experts from all the major tool suppliers. Participating vendors will host independent sessions during this time to discuss their tools.
10:30am-10:45am Coffee Break
12:00pm-1:00pm Lunch
1:00pm-1:35pm Keynote 1
Dr. Scott Bortoff
Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
"Using Modelica in Industrial R&D"
1:35pm-3:10pm Recent advances in:
3:20pm-3:40pm Snack and Coffee Break
3:40pm-6:15pm Modelica and FMI Tutorials (held in parallel)
7:00pm- Dinner:
Reservations will be made on behalf of all attendees interested in getting together for dinner Monday evening.

November 12th, 2014

Time Activity
8:30am-9:00am Registration and Coffee
9:00am-9:35am Peter Denno (NIST)
"A metamodel of Modelica and its potential uses"
9:35am-10:10am Yaoyu Li (U of T Dallas)
"Modelica based Detailed Modeling & Model-free Control for Building HVAC Systems: Paradox or Harmony?"
10:10am-10:45am Jiazhen Ling (University of Maryland)
Hongtao Qiao (MERL)
Vikrant Aute (University of Maryland)
"Reducing Environmental Impact and Improving Performance of HVAC Systems using Transient Modeling with Modelica"
10:45am-11:00am Snack and Coffee Break
11:00am-11:35am Richard Hale (ORNL)
Sacit Setiner (ORNL)
"TRANSFORM: End-to-End Reactor Simulation Tool for Control and Trade Studies"
11:35am-12:10pm Thierry S. Nouidui (LBNL)
"CyPhySim: An Open Source and free master algorithm for Functional Mock-up Unit for Co-Simulation and Model Exchange"
12:10pm-1:00pm Lunch
1:00pm-1:35pm Keynote 2
Luigi Vanfretti (KTH)
"Wanted! ­ Open M&S Standards and Technologies for the Smart Grid"
1:35pm-2:10pm Chris Laughman (MERL)
"Mass Conserving Models of Vapor Compression Systems"
2:10pm-2:45pm Hongtao Qiao (MERL)
"Dynamic simulation of a flash tank vapor injection heat pump under frosting condition"
2:45pm-3:00pm Snack and Coffee Break
3:00pm-3:35pm Brian Baillie (UCONN)
George Bollas (UCONN)
"Development, Validation, and Assessment of a High-Fidelity Chilled Water Plant Model"
3:35-4:10pm Kyle Palmer (UCONN)
Fredrik Magnusson (Lund University)
William Hale (UCONN)
George Bollas (UCONN)
"Dynamic Parametric Sensitivity Optimization Using Simultaneous Discretization in"
4:10pm-5:00pm Panel Discussion
5:00pm-5:15pm Wrap-up and Closing

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Event Type: Users
Location: Storr, CT United States
Date: November 11, 2015