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Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology

Prize for Edward Ishiyama

Edward Ishiyama has won a prize for co-authoring the best paper in the Fuels and Petrochemical Division, at the AIChE spring meeting, San Antonio, Texas, from 22-24 March, 2010. The paper was presented by Jimmy Kumana.

The paper was entitled 'Improved energy efficiency in CDUs through fouling control' and was co-authored with Jimmy Kumana (Kumana & Associates, Texas), Graham Polley (visiting professor, University of Guanajuato, Mexico) and Simon Pugh (IHS ESDU, London).

Edward is a member of the Powder and Paste Processing Group, and will be a visiting researcher to the department from 1st of June, working with Dr Paterson and Dr Wilson.

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