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Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology


The departmental seminars this term are given by the first year PhD students talking about their research projects.

These start on Wednesday 29 April and run for 5 weeks: 29th April, 6th May, 13th May, 20th May and 27th May 2014.

Presentations are scheduled for 15 minutes in total. Students should please aim to talk for a few minutes less to allow time for questions.




Wednesday 27th May 2015
LT1, Pembroke Street

2.45pm – 3.00pm

Isabelle Bush
NMR Studies of Enhanced Oil Recovery

3.00pm – 3.15pm

Jacob Brown
The Vapour-Liquid Equilibrium Inside Porous Media: How Wet Is A Sponge?

3.15pm – 3.30pm


Jackson Wo
Application of Multi-Frequency Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Relaxometry to Low-Permeability and Nano-Porous Rock Cores

3.30pm – 3.45pm

Romilde Kotze
A mechanical ‘growing’ heart valve prosthesis: is it feasible?

3.45pm – 4.00pm

Break (Tea and cakes will be served)

4.00pm – 4.15pm

Pierre Braeuer

In-situ NMR methods for the investigation of heterogeneous catalytic reactionse

4.15pm – 4.30pm

Petar Besevic
Mixed Fouling With Silica and Silicates

4.30pm – 4.45pm

Michelle Teplensky
Metal-Organic Frameworks For Drug Delivery

4.45pm – 5.00pm

Douglas Gibson
Rheology and microstructure of bubbly liquids with a non-Newtonian continuous phase

Wednesday, 27 May, 2015 - 14:45 to 17:00
Event location: 
LT1, Pembroke Street

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