Ibrahim Yousef wins DYCOPS 2022 Young Author Award

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CHBE Graduate Student, Ibrahim Yousef, received the DYCOPS 2022 Young Author Award at the 13th International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) Symposium on Dynamics and Control of Process Systems, including Biosystems. The official announcement of the award was made during the conference banquet in Busan.

The symposium “provides a forum for professionals, theorists, researchers, engineers, and students involved in the broad field of process control engineering to integrate and exchange their knowledge, experience, results, and ideas in diverse areas of dynamics and control of process systems, and to explore latest theoretical developments as well as control applications in various industries.”

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The IFAC Young Author Award encourages the participation of young scientists and engineers in IFAC and in process control engineering. The award recognizes top-level contributions of the younger generation to the field and related careers. Find more information about the award on the DYCOPS 2022 website.

Ibrahim’s winning paper is titled “Visual Analytics: A New Paradigm for Process Monitoring” and can be found on the UBC Data Analytics and Intelligent Systems Lab website.

Congratulations Ibrahim on this accomplishment! We look forward to seeing where your research takes you next.