Change comes to the Academic Community

Most manufacturing careers start on a university campus, and the course offerings made available to students are critical to equipping would-be engineers with the tools they need to succeed. That’s true for classes in the chemical engineering discipline in general and for courses on Process Control in particular. Faculty understand the challenges of teaching a subject that explores process dynamics, the PID controller, and methods for both modeling and controlling highly dynamic industrial processes. From weekly lecture materials and assignments to lab exercises and tests, the importance of an intuitive, integrated and engaging curriculum can’t be understated. Countless careers are in the balance.

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Our Experience

Each year university faculty and industrial instructors around the world rely on Control Station to prepare individuals for successful careers in manufacturing. As a pioneer in the use of dynamic simulations and the leading process diagnostic and optimization solutions company, Control Station possesses unique credentials in Process Control education. With a proven, fully integrated curriculum, here are ways that we can help you achieve your teaching objectives.


Process Considerations

Creating a new curriculum from scratch or adding to an existing one can be an enormous task. The ability to sample from an existing, fully integrated curriculum or to use such an offering in its entirety assures that students receive thorough, thoughtful instruction.

Use of simulation tools can make fundamental Process Control concepts less abstract and more easy for students to grasp. Similarly, the use of relevant examples enables students to link those same concepts with the real-world applications they’ll encounter in industry.

Measuring a student’s understanding and mastery of a subject is a key element in the educational process. Effective training solutions facilitate measurement by including tools for both conducting lab exercises and proctoring quizzes.

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