ATHENA Visual STUDIO

An Integrated Approach to Process Modeling, Nonlinear Parameter Estimation, 
Model Discrimination and Optimal Experiment Design.

Educational Use

Use Athena Visual Studio in the classroom to educate students in process modeling, parameter estimation and experimental data analysis

Commercial Use

Use Athena Visual Studio in the workplace to interpret and disseminate the acquired information in a useful and effective manner

Technical Support

Call or email at any time for technical support. Contact form can be found at the bottom of this page along with all pertinent information

Services

Contracts available for difficult to solve problems. Workshops provided for training and modeling assistance. Contact support

Recent News

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Find news, tutorials, and other helpful hints written by Dr. Michael Caracotsios in the President’s Corner under the About tab

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ATHENA Visual Studio

A unique software that offers an integrated environment for the modeling, estimation, optimal experimental design, model discriminating and graphical interpretation of chemically reactive and non-reactive systems.an integrated environment for the modeling, estimation, optimal experimental design, model discriminating and graphical interpretation of chemically reactive and non-reactive systems.

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Pricing

Check out Upcoming Products under the Products tab for information on future derivatives of Athena Visual Studio

For more information on corporate licenses, contact Dr. Michael Caracotsios at mc@athenavisual.com

Computer-Aided Modeling of Reactive Systems

Warren E. Stewart & Michael Caracotsios

  • Chemical Reactor and Reaction Models
  • Introduction to Probability and Statistics
  • Introduction to Bayesian Estimation
  • Analysis of Single-Response Data
  • Analysis of Multi-Response Data

Athena Visual Studio

Academic Research & Teaching License

$  650.00

  • Process Modeling
  • Nonlinear Parameter Estimation
  • Model Discrimination and Criticism
  • Optimal Experiment Design

Our Team

Diligently working to provide a software that interprets and disseminates acquired information in a useful and effective manner.

Michael Caracotsios, Ph.D.

President & CEO

Clinical Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering

University of Illinois at Chicago


mc@athenavisual.com

Elizabeth L. Jensen

Contract Director of Marketing and Sales

Bachelors of Science in Chemical Engineering 

 Research Microscopist at McCrone Associates


ejensen@athenavisual.com

Contact Us

1(630)696-0934