Industrial Processes Research Group (GIPI)

  • Ecuador

Organization profile

Organization profile

The Industrial Processes Research Group (GIPI), was created in 2014 by teachers from different careers with the aim of responding to phenomena related to industrialization, particularly of raw materials, which involves a large number of machines, systems or processes. The marked technological development of the time provides greater and better alternatives, which, when implemented and integrated correctly, generate optimal production levels. There is a great scientific development around the design, control, automation and optimization of industrial processes, its application or implementation within the conventional industry does not occur directly. In addition to knowing the new technologies and scientific advances available, it is essential to obtain a representation as close as possible to the reality of the system, plant, machine or process on which you want to intervene, this is known as MODELING.


Pablo Germán Parra Rosero, Msc

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    Research Output

    Energy control and size optimization of a hybrid system (photovoltaic-hidrokinetic) using various storage technologies

    Arévalo, P., Benavides, D., Lata-García, J. & Jurado, F., Jan 2020, In : Sustainable Cities and Society. 52, 101773.

    Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

    Open Access
  • 9 Scopus citations
    Open Access
  • Alternative method for the fermentation of cocoa beans

    Parra, P., Castillo, O. & Maldonado, P., 10 Jan 2019.

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceChapter