Zoltan K. Nagy spends much of his time researching Crystallization, Optimal control, Control theory, Process engineering and Nucleation. Zoltan K. Nagy has included themes like Scientific method, Ultraviolet visible spectroscopy, Analytical chemistry, Metastability and Crystal in his Crystallization study. His work deals with themes such as Mathematical optimization and Model predictive control, which intersect with Control theory.
His Model predictive control research incorporates elements of Control system, Automatic control, Control engineering, Nonlinear system and Setpoint. His Process engineering research includes themes of Controllability, Process design and Operating point. His Nucleation research incorporates themes from In situ and Infrared spectroscopy.
His primary areas of investigation include Crystallization, Nucleation, Process engineering, Control theory and Chemical engineering. His Crystallization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Scientific method, Work, Crystallography, Crystal and Supersaturation. His studies deal with areas such as Analytical chemistry, Suspension and Dissolution as well as Nucleation.
He has researched Process engineering in several fields, including Plug flow, Pharmaceutical manufacturing, Active ingredient, Process analytical technology and Continuous crystallization. He works mostly in the field of Control theory, limiting it down to concerns involving Model predictive control and, occasionally, Mathematical optimization, Nonlinear model, Process control, Control engineering and Optimization problem. The Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Polymer, Membrane and Solvent.
Zoltan K. Nagy mainly investigates Crystallization, Process engineering, Chemical engineering, Work and Pharmaceutical manufacturing. His Crystallization research includes elements of Scientific method, Phase, Supersaturation, SCALE-UP and Suspension. His work deals with themes such as Process design, Unit operation and Continuous crystallization, which intersect with Process engineering.
His work in the fields of Emulsion overlaps with other areas such as Experimental validation. His Work study deals with Volumetric flow rate intersecting with Mode, Feedback control, Plug flow and Control theory. His research investigates the connection between Nucleation and topics such as Robustness that intersect with problems in Process control and Model predictive control.
Zoltan K. Nagy mostly deals with Crystallization, Process engineering, Chemical engineering, Scientific method and Filtration. His study in Crystallization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Selection, Mixing, Supersaturation and Nucleation. In Nucleation, Zoltan K. Nagy works on issues like Process analytical technology, which are connected to Model predictive control, Robustness and Process control.
His Process engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Mass transfer, Solvent, Volumetric flow rate, Model free and Continuous crystallization. His work on Tableting as part of general Chemical engineering study is frequently linked to Microcrystalline cellulose, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. Zoltan K. Nagy interconnects Work, Active ingredient and Particle size in the investigation of issues within Scientific method.
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Real-time optimization and nonlinear model predictive control of processes governed by differential-algebraic equations
Moritz Diehl;H.Georg Bock;Johannes P. Schlöder;Rolf Findeisen.
Journal of Process Control (2002)
Applying Kolb's Experiential Learning Cycle for Laboratory Education
Mahmoud Abdulwahed;Zoltan K Nagy.
Journal of Engineering Education (2009)
Nonlinear Model Predictive Control: From Theory to Application
Frank Allgöwer;Rolf Findeisen;Zoltan K. Nagy.
Journal of The Chinese Institute of Chemical Engineers (2004)
First-principles and direct design approaches for the control of pharmaceutical crystallization
Mitsuko Fujiwara;Zoltan K. Nagy;Jie W. Chew;Richard D. Braatz.
Journal of Process Control (2005)
Robust nonlinear model predictive control of batch processes
Zoltan K. Nagy;Richard D. Braatz.
Aiche Journal (2003)
Assessment of Recent Process Analytical Technology (PAT) Trends: A Multiauthor Review
Levente L. Simon;Hajnalka Pataki;György Marosi;Fabian Meemken.
Organic Process Research & Development (2015)
Advances and new directions in crystallization control
Zoltan K. Nagy;Richard D. Braatz.
Annual Review of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (2012)
Recent advances in the monitoring, modelling and control of crystallization systems
Zoltan K. Nagy;Zoltan K. Nagy;Gilles Fevotte;Herman Kramer;Levente L. Simon.
Chemical Engineering Research & Design (2013)
Open-loop and closed-loop robust optimal control of batch processes using distributional and worst-case analysis
Zoltan K. Nagy;Zoltan K. Nagy;Richard D. Braatz.
Journal of Process Control (2004)
The impact of direct nucleation control on crystal size distribution in pharmaceutical crystallization processes
Mohd Rushdi Abu Bakar;Zoltan K. Nagy;Ali N. Saleemi;Chris D. Rielly.
Crystal Growth & Design (2009)
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