Honeywell announced the winners of a competition to advance innovation in the areas of process simulation and wireless technologies. Anne Muller from University of Dresden, Germany, won the process simulation category and Mohamed Abdul Galeel Salih Mohamed and Mohamad Tamer Nader Chaklab from the Electrical Engineering Department of the Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi, UAE, won the wireless technologies category. The competition was open to technical students in universities across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
The winners, selected by a panel of Honeywell experts, will present their papers in front of a live audience at the Honeywell EMEA Users Group 2008 Conference, being held now in Berlin.
The process simulation competition encouraged applicants to overcome process simulation design challenges using Honeywell’s UniSim Design software. Anne Muller’s entry, “Testing Automation Software with Dynamic Process Models,” examined the critical role of process control in modern industrial plants. Devon Clack of the University of Pretoria, South Africa, was the runner up with his entry titled, “Getting the most from a UniSim Design Simulation.”