The CAPE-OPEN Laboratories Network (CO-LaN) held the CAPE-OPEN 2015 Annual Meeting on October 13 and October 14, 2015 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The event, organized by CO-LaN, was hosted by Shell Global Solutions at the Shell Technology Centre Amsterdam (STCA), home to around 1000 employees – technologists, researchers, engineers, lab assistants, consultants and others.
The CAPE-OPEN 2015 Annual Meeting was intended for developers and end-users of process simulation software. Participants learnt about the most recent implementations of CAPE-OPEN, about what benefits CAPE-OPEN may bring and what technical progress CO-LaN has achieved over the past year. The Annual General Meeting of CO-LaN Members was also a part of the event.
The CAPE-OPEN 2015 Annual Meeting started on October 13 morning and ended after lunch on October 14.
List of presentations:
Technical standards in Shell by Andries OTTER
Thermo SIG report by Sergej BLAGOV (BASF)
Multiflash Thermo Package Developments: Support for Multithreaded CO Clients by Richard SZCZEPANSKI (KBCAT)
COCO 3.0 Some experiences with multi-threading by Jasper van BATEN (AmsterCHEM)
MOSAIC: Self-made CAPE-OPEN Unit Operations without programming knowledge by Gregor TOLKSDORF (TU Berlin)
M&T SIG report by Bill BARRETT (presented by Jasper van BATEN on his behalf)
CO-LaN status report by Malcolm WOODMAN (CO-LaN President and BP representative)
Linde’s perspective on CAPE-OPEN by Oliver KOCH (Linde)
CO-LaN website by Michel PONS
Some advices on Unit Operation interfaces by Leo BENCY (presented by Michel PONS)
UNIT SIG report by Krishna Murthy PENUKONDA (Schneider Electric)