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Graduate student presentations 2007

1st Year Graduate student presentations, 31 January 2007

Ten graduate students gave presentations and then took questions at a poster session.  Names in brackets are students who were not giving presentations that day.

Anson Ma The rheology, microstructure and film processing of Carbon Nanotube (CNT) Suspensions, (Christian Hornung), Lino Scelsi Flow-induced crystallisation of polyethylene and polypropylene melts, with judge David Scott
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(James McGregor), Shin Ying Chuang Chemical Looping Combustion - A novel process for the combustion of coal using an oxygen carrier
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Mayyada El-Sayed
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Mayyada El-Sayed Modelling and Simulation of Adsorption of Major Whey Proteins
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Daniel Graf von der Schulenberg NMR and Lattice Boltzmann Simulation Studies of Bioremediation
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Rosalynne Watt Development of a wavelength agile sensor for reactive flow applications
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Krishnaa Mahbubani Biopolymers for bone reconstruction surgery
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Mayyada El-Sayed, (Anna Stephenson), Daniel Graf von der Schulenberg, Wing Kui Anson Ma, Lino Scelsi, Mark Williamson Development of an Improved Heating System for Tunnel Baking Ovens
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The judges were Dr David Scott and Dr Alex Routh
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and the winners were Daniel Graf von der Schulenberg and Wing Kui Anson Ma
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The next three photos are by Richard West

Krishnaa Mahbubani, (Mike Goodson)
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Thoa Nguyen Magnetic Resonance Imaging of segregation in horizontal, rotating cylinders
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Andy Wong CFD simulations of single and two phase flows with Dr Alex Routh
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