Dr. Mario Morfin, principal consultant of EnerChenTek, is an specialist in Dynamical Systems and Computability Theory. He is experienced at integrating different optimization techniques that go from applications of linear optimization, population dynamics, to computability theory in order optimize and automate complex systems.


He did undergraduate studies in physics and mathematics at the National University of México and the Center for Mathematical Research CIMAT in Guanajuato México. He continued with graduate studies at the University of Toronto, where he obtained a MSc and a PhD in Mathematics.

Prior to joining EnerChenTek, Inc. Dr. Morfin held positions as a lecturer at the University of Toronto. He also did postdoctoral research, with an industrial spin, at York University in the School of Information Technology in cooperation with researchers from the Centre de Recherches Mathématics - CRM, Université de Montréal.


PROJECTS:

  • Optimal retrofit of a heat recovery network at a pulp and paper mill for minimizing energy and water consumption.
    Use of standard optimization techniques, such as linear programming and genetic algorithms; with non standard objective functions, such as the solution of the PDE. Incorporation of meta heuristics coming from human experts into automatizable algorithms.


  • Calcium carbonate formation in the presence of serum protein.
    Modeling the generation and crystal shape formation of calcium carbonate. This model used numerical solutions of PDE and dimensional analysis.


  • Extracting Autofluorescence from Diffuse Optical Images.
    Use of wavelet transform to identify soft boundaries in tomography imaging. Development of computer vision algorithms.


  • Detection of QRS Complexes from a Standard Recording of EKG Signals.
    Use of wavelet transform to analyze signals and filter an specific pattern, in this case QRS, in a complex and noisy environment.


  • Study signal retroalimentation in epileptic brains.
    Use of discreet dynamical systems to study signals.


  • Description of vortices’s in hot gases inside a jet engine adapted for the production of electricity.
    Use of the theory or normally hyperbolic manifolds to model energy retroalimentaion in a hot environment.



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