Agenda

Conference Center:Purdue Memorial Union (101 Grant St, West Lafayette, IN 47906).

 

Campus map:https://www.purdue.edu/campus_map/graphics/campusmap.pdf

 

Oral presentation:Please either bring your presentation on a flash drive or on your own computer.

 

Poster presentation:Poster size maximum dimensions: Width = 3 feet 7 inches (106 cm) X Height = 5 feet (152 cm)

 

SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM

 

Wednesday May 29 – Tutorials (West Faculty Lounge)

15:30

Part 1: Practical Inverse Problems Education for Students (Kirk Dolan)

16:30

Break

16:45

Part 2: Synergies between System ID and Inverse Problems (Kartik B. Ariyur)

18:00

Informal Dinner at Bruno’s (Pay on your own)

 

 

Thursday May 30 – Oral Presentations and Posters (West Faculty Lounge)

7:30

Registration and Breakfast

8:00

Welcome and Introduction (Brian Farkas, Food Science Department Head)

8:15

KEYNOTE: Parameter Estimation for High-Conductivity Materials Using Boundary Conditions of High Even Kind (Giampaolo D’Alessandro, Filippo de Monte)

 

Session 1: Theory and Methods

Session Chair(s): Robert McMasters

9:00

Application of Complex Orthogonal Decomposition To a Cubic Nonlinear Mass Chain For Dispersion Relationship Extraction (Nicholas A. Valente, Rickey A. Caldwell Jr.)

9:20

Computing Ill-Posed Time-Reversed 2D Navier-Stokes Equations, Using a Stabilized Explicit Finite Difference Scheme Marching Backward in Time (Alfred S. Carasso)

9:40

Zemblanity as an Approach to Regularize Inverse Problems (Daniel J. Segalman, Michael J. Starr)

10:00

Parametric Frechet Differentiabilty of Elliptic Operators (J. Gordon Wade, Steven M. Seubert)

10:20

Break

 

Session 2: Heat Transfer, Applied Mechanics, Controls

Session Chair(s): Jason Ostanek

10:40

Finding Ablation Rates via Temperature Measurements from the Mars Science Laboratory (Robert McMasters, Mason Malone, Grayson Larus, Michael Hutwelker)

11:00

Shape Optimization of Displaced Enhancement Devices for Heat Transfer Augmentation by Inverse Problem Approach Applied to Infrared Images (Fabio Bozzoli, Luca Cattani, A. Mocerino, Sara Rainieri)

11:20

Calibration of Spectral Graph Method for Thermal Simulation of Additive Manufacturing (Kevin D. Cole)

11:40

Impact of Complementary Transient Experiments on Measurement and Accuracy of Dynamic Thermal Properties (Halak Mehta, Dharmendra Mishra, James V. Beck)

12:00

Lunch (West Faculty Lounge)

13:00

Thermal Parameter Estimation on Cylindrical Specimens (Jason Ostanek)

 

Session 3: Inverse Estimation in Rheology

Session Chair(s): Jiakai Lu

13:20

Inverse Estimation of Flow Index for non-Newtonian Fluids from Free Surface Dynamics of Pore Contraction (Jiakai  Lu, Nathaniel Brown, Carlos Corvalan)

13:40

Inverse Estimation of soft biofilm viscosity from submerged jet impingement (Jiakai Lu, Carlos Corvalan, Jen-Yi Huang)

 

Session 4: Mathematical Signal Processing and Data Science

Session Chair(s): Michael Perlmutter

14:00

Neural Network Quantization with a Probabilistic Version of Gradient Descent (Jonathan Ashbrock, Alexander M. Powell)

14:20

Graphical Data Embeddings and Total Variation Regularization (Nate Strawn) *

14:40

Surya Prasath*

15:00

Wavelet Invariants for Statistically Robust Multi-Reference Alignment (Matthew Hirn, Anna Little)

15:20

Announcements for ICIPE 2020 (Italy – Filippo de Monte)

15:30

Break

 

Session 5: Poster Session (Director’s Room)

Session Chair(s):

1.       Parameter Estimation for Complex Models of Industrial Facilities (on the example of thermogasdynamic and radiation state of the Confinement of the Chernobyl NPP)  (Pavlo Krukovskyi)

2.       Multiscale modeling of transport processes in frozen potatoes subjected to freeze-thaw cycles (Ying Zhao, Pawan S. Takhar)

3.      Inverse Estimation of the Thermal Conductivity of Food Products in Aseptic Processes (Fernando Cantarero, Dharmendra Mishra)*

1.        Poster 4

2.        Poster 5

3.        Poster 6

4.        Poster 7

5.        Poster 8

17:00

Break

18:00

Social time

19:00

Symposium Banquet (East Faculty Lounge)

19:45

Banquet Speaker: Analytical Heat Transfer Problems in Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage in Li-ion Batteries (Ankur Jain)

 

Friday May 31 – Oral Presentations (West Faculty Lounge)

8:00

Breakfast

8:35

KEYNOTE: Developing Inverse Capabilities to Support Computational Modeling of Complex Applications (Tim Walsh, Jeff Engerer, Andrew Kurzawski, Kevin Dowding)

 

Session 6: Analysis of Experimental Data

Session Chair(s): Neil Wright

9:00

Sensitivity of Cryotherapy Treatments to Tissue Thermophysical Properties (Neil Wright)

9:20

Adaptive Design of One-Dimensional Acoustic Metamaterials Using Machine Learning and Cell Concatenation (Rih-Teng Wu, Ting-Wei Lu, Fabio Semperlotti, Mohammad Jahanshahi)

9:40

Damage identification on large-scale truss structure using non-negative sparse vector recovery and the inverse eigenvalue problem (Chandler B. Smith, Eric M. Hernandez, )

10:00

Early Detection of Breast Cancer through an Inverse Problem Approach to Stiffness Mapping: Simulations with Force Data (Lorraine Olson, Robert Throne)

10:20

Electrical Impedance Tomography for Damage Detection in Concrete (Sanwar Ahmad, Matthew Brinckerhoff, Taufiquar R. Khan)

10:40

Break

 

Session 7: Bioengineering

Session Chair(s): Dharmendra Mishra

11:00

An Innovative Technology for Rapid Shelf Life Prediction of Food and Beverages (Anbuhkani "Connie" Muniandy, Patnarin Benyathiar, Ferhan Ozadali, Dharmendra Mishra)

11:20

Salmonella Inactivation Parameter Estimation During Baking of Wheat Flour (Kaitlyn E. Casulli, Jin Jung, Kirk Dolan, Donald W. Schaffner)

11:40

Calculating Salmonella Inactivation in Non-Isothermal Heat Treatments from Isothermal Nonlinear Survival Curves- A Case Study to Explore Inverse Problem Techniques for Parameter Estimation (Neda Rafat, M. Munum Masud, Kirk Dolan)

12:00

Lunch (Eest Faculty Lounge)

13:20

Parametric Estimation of Thermal inactivation of Listeria monocytogenes in ground beef under isothermal and dynamic temperature conditions (Fatemeh Afzali, Ayse Sapmaz, Kirk Dolan, Lihan Huang)

13:40

Predictive Mathematical Modeling of Kinetic Parameters for Bioethanol Fermentation (Saad Sharief, Oznur Caliskan-Aydogan, Kirk Dolan)

14:00

Closing Remarks

 

 

BANQUET SPEAKER

AnkurJain

Ankur Jain

The University of Texas at Arlington

Ankur Jain is an Associate Professor in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at the University of Texas, Arlington. His research interests include heat transfer in Li-ion batteries, microscale thermal transport, theoretical heat transfer, additive manufacturing, etc. He received the UT Arlington College of Engineering Lockheed Martin Excellence in Teaching Award (2018), UT Arlington College of Engineering Outstanding Early Career Award (2017), NSF CAREER Award (2016) and the ASME EPP Division Young Engineer of the Year Award (2013). In 2017, he was invited by the US National Academy of Sciences to participate in the 5th Arab-American Frontiers of Science, Engineering, and Medicine Symposium in Rabat, Morocco. He received his Ph.D. (2007) and M.S. (2003) in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University, and B.Tech. (2001) in Mechanical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi with top honors. His research has been supported by National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, Office of Naval Research, Indo-US Science & Technology Forum, and several private companies.

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