Ruth Misener

Professor in Computational Optimisation

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Foundations of Dr Ruth Misener’s research are in numerical optimisation algorithms and computational software frameworks; current applications include bioprocess optimisation under uncertainty and petrochemical process network design and operations.

Ruth concurrently holds a Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellowship (2012–2017) in association with the Centre for Process Systems Engineering. She received an SB from MIT (2007), an MA from Princeton University (2009), and a PhD from Princeton University (2012); all degrees are in chemical engineering. Ruth has co-authored several publicly-available software tools for global optimisation including: APOGEE (pooling); GloMIQO (MIQCQP); ANTIGONE (MINLP).

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