CST Colloquium on May 15(Friday)
1. Speaker: Li Deng (Resselaer Polytechinic Institute, USA)
Title: To be announced
Time: 4:30 - 5:15
2. Speaker: Craig C. Douglas
(School of Energy Resources Distinguished Professor University of Wyoming Mathematics Department)
-Title: An Overview of a Prototype for Detecting Defective Pills During Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Time: 5:15 - 6:00
Every year there are several recalls of millions of pills that are either
defectively manufactured or mislabeled by a packaging error, both on
manufacturing lines.� There is only a small amount of time to detect mistakes
and correct the situation.
In this short talk, a prototype system briefly is described that can be
extended to real manufacturing sites for testing to see how well it works and
to make a production system eventually.� There are interesting mathematics and
computational problems that are suitable for running for short periods of time
every 8-10 hours on a Petascale computer system.
Thi is joint research with Professor Robert Lodder of the University of
Kentucky Pharmaceutical College and president of Spherix, Inc.