inCTRL’s Leiv Rieger and Ivan Miletic spent two days at HRSD discussing advanced control solutions.
inCTRL Solutions started a research project with McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada and GE Water & Process Technologies on Thermophilic Pre-Treatment of Biosolids. This project is funded by the Southern Ontario Water Consortium (SOWC). http://www.sowc.ca/funding/approved-awt-projects Anaerobic digestion is an essential process
inCTRL is welcoming Jerome Remigio to its team. Jerome is an intern from McMaster University who is currently studying chemical and bioengineering. As part of his coop program, he will be working with inCTRL Solutions for the next 12 months.
We can proudly say that ICA2017 was a big success. The picture says it all: We had great discussions both on stage and during breaks, met old and new friends, and – last but not least – we had a
Season’s Greetings from inCTRL Solutions and the Water & Energy Department at ifak! We wish you and your loved ones a happy holiday season and all the best for 2017. It has been a busy and very successful year for
A large delegation from the Beijing Drainage Group is visiting progressive utilities in the US and started with the Hampton Roads Sanitation District (HRSD). inCTRL’s CEO Leiv Rieger was invited to join the visit of HRSD’s James River Treatment Plant.
inCTRL is pleased to announce that Ivan Miletic, formerly the Manager of On-Line Systems at ProSensus, Inc. has joined inCTRL as its new Data Analytics Leader. Ivan holds master’s degrees in both Chemical Engineering and in Business Administration and has
Are you looking for a new on-line sensor but don’t know how to select from all the sensors on the market? inCTRL’s Leiv Rieger is leading a Mobile Session at WEFTEC.16 in New Orleans and will answer your questions: 329.
A busy week with our colleagues at ifak in Germany. A whole bunch of new and exciting SIMBA# features from faster algebraic solvers to a stream-lined simulation procedure. Watch out for the next release.
UNL and inCTRL invited leading experts in Bio-P modeling and Brown&Caldwell kindly hosted the event at their Denver offices. The morning session was dedicated to discussing practical experience where our current Bio-P models fail followed by a session on new