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Portfolio Development Executive
Glenn Longwell is responsible for the implementation of the physics based simulation portfolio (Simcenter) in the Pharmaceutical and CPG markets in the U.S. With a BS in Chemical Engineering, Glenn has over 37+ years in the Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) space helping companies implement and gain value from simulation.
Sr. ITQ Engineer
Laila Abudour is a key member of a modeling and data science team that develops mechanistic modeling approaches and modern data-driven methodologies specializing in solving complex food processing problems. With extensive experience in thermodynamic modeling, thermophysical properties prediction, process simulation, and molecular modeling, she employ cutting-edge methodologies to drive innovation and optimize food processing operations. She holds a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Oklahoma State University
Senior Technical Product Manager
Dr. Handgraaf has over 15 years of experience in industry and has co-authored close to 50 academic publications. He holds a master degree in theoretical chemistry and a PhD in Computational Chemistry and an MBA degree . Until recently, he was as Chief Application Scientist part of the management team of Culgi B.V., a software and services company based in Leiden, the Netherlands, with a focus on industrial multiscale modeling and is now a senior technical product manager responsible for the Simcenter Culgi product and team.