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Computational Energy Engineering


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This is one of the research interest groups in SCL that deals with modeling and simulation of chemical processes for efficient energy production.

Research Project


Currently, there is an active research project by the group, which includes the following
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1.  Visible Light-Driven Hydrogen Production
Roy Vincent Canseco, M.Sc. and Vena Pearl Bongolan, Ph.D.

This research concerns with modeling, optimization and verification of theories regarding flow and kinetics of photocatalytic visible light-driven hydrogen production for future energy applications.





Selected Research Publications


Roy V.L. Canseco, Rizalinda de Leon, Vena Pearl Bongolan, Jose Yap IV. An Enhanced Agent-based Model of the Photocatalytic Hydrogen Production Reaction. Advanced Modeling and Control of Chemical and Biochemical Processes (Book Chapter). Dr. Sudip Chakraborty, Dr. Shadi Wajih Hasan, Prof. Stefano Curcio, Eds., Springer

Canseco, Roy Vincent L.; Bongolan, Vena Pearl; , "Markov Chain Monte Carlo optimization of visible light-driven hydrogen production," TENCON 2012 - 2012 IEEE Region 10 Conference , vol., no., pp.1-5, 19-22 Nov. 2012

Canseco, R. V. L., Bongolan, V. P., Tolod, K. R., & De Leon, R. L. (2012). Agent-based Modeling of Visible Light-Driven Hydrogen ProductionProceedings: 19th Regional Symposium of Chemical Engineering.