IWA has collected the Top 10 cited IWA Publishing papers on modelling and simulation in the last 4 years. These cover broad perspectives in modelling and simulation of water and wastewater processes, including: analysis of biofilm processes; resilience and sensitivity
inCTRL is at the forefront of research in data quality evaluation, monitoring, control and modeling with the goal to make wastewater treatment plants more efficient and increase resilience. Our research is targeted towards providing sustainable solutions for engineers and operators. Making information accessible to plant staff is a key challenge and inCTRL is providing innovative technical solutions.
inCTRL personnel is very active in the academic community. Have a look at ourrecords:
Below is a selection of posts on our research activities.
The research group of George Wells at Northwestern University is conducting a bench-scale investigation of shortcut biological nitrogen removal (scBNR) processes integrated with enhanced biological phosphorus removal (EBPR) and has teamed up with inCTRL Solutions to model these processes and
inCTRL Solutions started a research project with McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada and GE Water & Process Technologies on Thermophilic Pre-Treatment of Biosolids. This project is funded by the Southern Ontario Water Consortium (SOWC). http://www.sowc.ca/funding/approved-awt-projects Anaerobic digestion is an essential process
inCTRL is welcoming Jerome Remigio to its team. Jerome is an intern from McMaster University who is currently studying chemical and bioengineering. As part of his coop program, he will be working with inCTRL Solutions for the next 12 months.
The research group on Modelling and Management Systems of the Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA) and inCTRL Solutions Inc. have established a research cooperation with the goal to a) develop and implement a framework in SIMBA# to compare fault
The research group of Dr. Adrian Oehmen of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa and inCTRL Solutions entered into a long-term research collaboration agreement with the goal to develop and implement a new generation of EBPR models in SIMBA#.
GWRC/WERF project: SENG1C11 – Guidance on Sensors in the Global Water Industry – Compendium of Sensors and Monitors and their Use in the Global Water Industry. Status: Completed. The report is available from the WERF website. inCTRL’s Leiv Rieger was