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Doctorates Awarded 2006-2007

Name

Title

Supervisor

Approved

Dr I S Ahamad

Multiscale line search in interior point methods for nonlinear optimization and applications

Dr V S Vassiliadis

13/02/07

Dr B S A Akpa

Quantitative, chemically-resolved study of chemical engineering systems using nuclear magnetic resonance

Professor L F Gladden

13/03/07

Dr A Campbell

The effect of natural convection on low temperature combustion

Dr S S S Cardoso

22/05/07

Dr Y W Chen

The shape forming of flexible chocolate during and after cold extrusion

Professor M R Mackley

13/02/07

Dr L Diaz Anadon

Transient hydrodynamics and reaction in trickle-bed reactors using NMR and MRI

Professor L F Gladden

13/03/07

Dr S Gashi

Investigation of flame front behaviour in turbulent premixed combustion

Dr C F Kaminski

24/10/06

Dr S J Hanslip

Production and assembly of human papillomavirus virus-like particles

Dr R J Falconer

24/10/06

Dr R J Harris

Three dimensional investigations of a porous media micro-model

Dr M L Johns

24/10/06

Dr J J Heras

Ultra-fast imaging of two-phase flow in structured monolith reactors; techniques and data analysis

Professor L F Gladden

13/03/07

Dr J McGregor

Heterogeneous catalysis hydrogenation and dehydrogenation: catalysts and catalytic processes

Professor L F Gladden

13/02./07

Dr S Mosbach

Explicit stochastic deterministic simulation methods for combustion chemistry

Dr M Kraft

24/10/06

Dr Y L Ng

Novel reactors for aggregative neural stem cells and yeast cells

Professor H A Chase

22/05/07

Dr K L Nguyen

TeraHertz spectroscopy and imaging in chemical engineering

Professor L F Gladden

13/03/07

Dr R Patterson

Numerical modelling of soot formation

Dr M Kraft

10/07/07

Dr M Sains

Ultra-fast visualisation of unsteady flow using magnetic resonance imaging

Professor L F Gladden

22/05/07

Dr J Singh

Detailed soot modelling in laminar pre-mixed flames

Dr M Kraft

21/11/06

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