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April 1, 2010
By Pulp & Paper Canada

Hailing from UNB to UBC, graduate students gathered during EXFOR and the PAPTAC Annual Meeting to share their research with the industry. A poster session on the second day of the annual meeting gave …

Hailing from UNB to UBC, graduate students gathered during EXFOR and the PAPTAC Annual Meeting to share their research with the industry. A poster session on the second day of the annual meeting gave delegates an introduction to the students’ work. It was followed by the Canadian Pulp and Paper Graduate Student Seminar on the day after the annual meeting, Feb. 4. The student seminar is a joint event sponsored by PAPTAC’s Research Committee and the PAPIER research network. It wraps up with cocktails and dinner, held this year at the McGill Faculty Club.

Awards

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Alkis Karnis Memorial Prize Winners 2010 (for best poster):

1. Ario Madani -University of British Columbia, Fractionation in a Viscoplastic Fluid

2. Elie Afif -University of Toronto, Supercritical Water Gasification of Solid Wastes

3. Vincent Leung -McMaster University, Streaming Potential in Microfluidic Channels of Paper

Henry I. Bolker Prize Winners 2010 (for best seminar):

1. Ario Madani -University of British Columbia, Fractionation in a Viscoplastic Fluid

2. Quan Wen -McMaster University, Designing Microgels for Advanced Paper Structure

3. Jingyun Wang -McMaster University, Influence of Paper Surface Chemistry on the Activity of Immobilized Antibodies


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