Biomass research and development
Experimental evaluation and analysis of biomass processes, chipping/drying/pyrolysis/burning.
History of BMC
part II: from miniponics to machine learning.
Every new method or process being developed requires a deep understanding of the phenomena involved.
Computer and physical simulations are carried out to shed light on the relevant aspects of the system.
Once the interaction between the parameters is understood, a process of tuning the controllable variables is carried out in order to find the best combinations, generally optimizing for maxium production, minimize time and cost and increase yield.
After understanding the processes involved and having validated the improvements through a series of physical and computational simulations, the construction of a prototype or computer software is built for the task.
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Always focused on modern teaching methodologies and ways of innovating in the classroom
Mentoring students and internships, contact with students offering work at at a dynamic and
proactive environment, always in contact with systems and tasks that transcend the local
application of science and enable them to visualize a world beyond their current reality.
Our main driving force are the activities related to research and development, from the
understanding of a problem to the generation of a solution.
We are currently working on several innovations related to data acquisition, processing and
visualization for the agro-industrial economical sectors, and have worked in the past in mining,
oil and gas and metallurgical industry applications
Academic community-> review projects/universities, USDA project reviewer, Elsevier, Inderscience publishers and other scientific magazines.
Our main accomplishment in our ability to bridge the gap between disciplines, communicating
what each part requires to amalgamate the efforts of professionals from different backgrounds.