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1st Year Graduate student presentations, 25 October 2006

Ten graduate students gave presentations and then took questions at a poster session. The prize for best work went to Ian Somasundram (on the left in the photo), Wick debinding of ceramic parts, and the runner up was Robin Chrystie, The dependence of local burning rate with flamefront curvature.

photo Some of the students awaiting the result. From left to right, Dora Medina, The Evaluation of Microcapillary Films and Microcapillary Monoliths, Abhishek Deshpande, Biochemical microreactors, Yunfeng Gu, Microreactors, Matthew Cheeks (at the back), Structured adsorbents for the purification of nano-biologicals, Robin Chrystie, Zei Yan Leow, Biopharmaceutical Engineering and Marios Hadjiandreou, Towards a multiscale model construction for the dynamic simulation of HIV infection.

Thusara Chandrasekera, Application of advanced NMR techniques to agrochemical systems

The judges were Dr David Scott and David Carter






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