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Doctorates awarded 2004-2005

Name Title of dissertation Supervisor Approved

Dr N Abdullah

Strategies for expanded bed purification of recombinant protein

Professor H A Chase

26/10/04

Dr A B Bhave

Stochastic reactor models for homogeneous charge compression ignition engines

Dr M Kraft

26/10/04

Dr R Boushaba

Strategies for Therapeutic Polyclonal Antibody Fragments Manufacture

Professor N K H Slater

26/10/04

Dr D R Chadeesingh

The combustion of methane in bubbling fluidised beds

Professor A N Hayhurst

14/06/05

Dr Y Q Chen

Granule dissolution and disintegration

Professor M J Hounslow

15/02/05

Dr J Y M Chew

Development of fluid dynamic gauging for cleaning studies

Dr D I Wilson

15/02/05

Dr C L Clayton

Magnetic Resonance as a Probe of Solvent Effects in Heterogeneous Catalysis

Professor L F Gladden

15/02/05

Dr G M Forde

Plasmid DNA purification by affinity methods

Professor N K H Slater

26/10/04

Dr B Hallmark

The development of micro capillary films

Professor M R Mackley

12/07/05

Dr S Jegasothy

Kinetic studies on polymer-supported hypervalent iodine oxidants

Professor N K H Slater

12/07/05

Dr H Lanckriet

Methods for Chromatographic Protein Refolding

Professor N K H Slater

26/10/04

Dr M H M Lim

Magnetic resonance imaging studies of single and multiphase flow in packed beds

Professor L F Gladden

26/10/04

Dr T Mohd Ghazi

Heterogeneous Photocatalysis for Chemical Manufacture

Mr R L Skelton

06/01/05

Dr G Morreale

Processing of recombinant fusion protein and peptide

Dr R Falconer

12/07/05

Dr K Odic

The rheology and microstructure of model ice cream systems

Professor M R Mackley

15/03/05

Dr S A Scott

The gasification and combustion of sewage sludge in a fluidised bed

Dr J S Dennis

15/03/05

Dr S-L Zhai

Model based studies of the lyophilisation of biological materials

Professor N K H Slater

15/02/05

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