I studied Chemical Engineering at Tsinghua University, China, where I received my BASc. and MASc in Chemical Engineering. For my PhD, I worked in the Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Alberta, Canada, and carried out research on advanced control methods for complicated systems.
Since 2002, I have been teaching process control and other engineering courses at Laurentian University, where I also conduct significant research in both theoretical and applied industrial process modeling and control.
I am a past chair of the System and Control Division of the Canadian Society of Chemical Engineering (CSChE), and have co-chaired several national and international conferences in Sudbury, ON.
A full CV can be found at: www.ongen.ca/hshang.html
- Ph.D., University of Alberta
- M.ASc., Tsinghua University
- B.ASc., Tsinghua University
My research focus is on a wide area of process modeling and control, and includes:
- industrial process control
- bioreactor design
- distributed parameter systems
- system diagnosis and fault detection
- energy recovery and reuse
- off-gas systems
- smelter systems
- SAG mill modeling
- automated mining.
The research is well supported by NSERC Discovery, NSERC CRD, CEMI, Vale, Xstrata, MITACS, CFI, Ontario Innovation Trust and MMO.
- FS Chia PhD Scholarship, University of Alberta
- Captain Thomas Farrell Greenhalgh Graduate Memorial Scholarship, University of Alberta
For a list of publications, please look at my full CV at: www.ongen.ca/hshang.html