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PAPTAC Annual Meeting And EXFOR® 2010


December 1, 2009
By Pulp & Paper Canada
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A number of new events have been added this year to EXFOR and the PAPTAC Annual Meeting: round table discussions of safety and energy topics, Frenchlanguage sessions, and two sessions on Mountain Pine…

A number of new events have been added this year to EXFOR and the PAPTAC Annual Meeting: round table discussions of safety and energy topics, Frenchlanguage sessions, and two sessions on Mountain Pine Beetle. As keynote speaker, Jacquelyn McNutt will share her opinions on the future of the forest industry during the business luncheon. Plus, research and operational insights from international experts will be presented in the 22 technical sessions.

This preliminary program is subject to change. Please note that the times of each presentation have not yet been confirmed and that the order within the sessions is not final. Check www.paptac.cafor the most up-to-date schedule.

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Tuesday, Feb. 2, AM

Mill Managers Breakfast Forum (by invitation only)

Paper Machine Technology I: Advances in Papermaking Concepts / Technologie de la machine papier I : Progrs technologiques dans les concepts de fabrication du papier

Host / Organisateur : Paper Machine Technology Committee

Chair / Animateur : M. Soucy, Kadant Canada Corp., Canada Papridry™: Continuous Operation of Two Pilot Units at Paprican, G. Gauthier, I. PIKULIK and J. Hamel, FPInnovations, Canada

Energy-Saving Solutions for Paper Machine Wet End -S. Ahmaniemi, H. Ilvesp, J. Jskelinen, R. Pihko, T. Pirinen, M. Puro, A. Puurtinen, M. Talonen, J. Vestola and M. SALENIUS, MetsoPaper Inc., Finland

Pilot Papermachine Production of Newsprint Using High Filler Loads and Dry Strength Technologies -S. LAFRENIRE, BASF, Canada and J. Paradis and F. Brouillette, CIPP-UQTR, Canada

Bridging the Gap for Improved Productivity: Alberta Newsprint Uses LSZ Technology to Integrate Multiple Systems at Paper Machine and Winder -R. Stevens, S. Keefe, W. Visser and S. LOEWEN, LSZ PaperTech Inc., Canada

Visual Inspection and Post Processing Tools Deliver Rapid ROI -B. CHIRICOSTA, Cognex Corp., USA Mixing Dynamics in Cylindrical Pulp Stock Chests -L.K. HUI, C.P.J. Bennington and G.A. Dumont, UBC, Canada

Environment / Environnement

Host / Organisateur : Environment Committee

Chair / Animateur : T. Mahmood, FPInnovations, Canada

Production, Characterization and Application of Lignocellulosic Biomassed-Derived Activated Carbon for Removal of Endocrine Disrupting Material -A.B. NAMAZI, C.Q. Jia and D.G. Allen, Univ. of Toronto, Canada

Potential of Primary and Secondary Pulp and Paper Sludge from Three Pulping Processes for Binderless Fireboard Manufacturing -S. Migneault H. Nadji and B. Riedl, Univ. Laval, Canada, J. Deng and T. Zhang, FPInnovations, Canada and A. KOUBAA, UQAT, Canada

Reduction of Filamentous Growth in a Secondary Wastewater Treatment Plant with the Use of a Novel Soft Sensor Algorithm, M. Frith and V. KNOTT, NewPage Corp., Canada

Comparative Life-Cycle Assessments for Different Feedstocks-to-Ethanol Production, M. Ranjbar, R. Samson and P.R. STUART, cole Polythechnique de Montral, Canada

Critical Issues for the Pulp and Paper Industry Presented by North American Carbon and Energy Markets, A. LANDRY, T. Griset and S.A. Hudson, Preti Flaherty Beliveau & Pachios LLC, USA

Mountain Pine Beetle I / Dendroctone du pin ponderosa I

Host / Organisateur : MPB Track Committee

Chair / Animateur : G. Smith, Alberta Newsprint Company, Canada

Development of Vision-Based Wood Blue Stain Measurement System for Management of Wood Chip Quality Variation Resulting from Utilization of Mountain Pine Beetle Attacked Pines -W. LI, P. Pastushak, J. Woolley and T.M. Garver, Alberta Research Council, Canada and H. Quinn, C. Gurney and G. Renaud, Alberta Newsprint Company, Canada

Preparation of Thermomechanical Pulp (TMP) from Whole Pine Logs at Different Stages of Decay Resulting from Mountain Pine Beetle (MPB) Attack -W. CHUTE, D. Henry, D. Rolheiser and J. Zhou, Alberta Research Council, Canada and G. Smith and H. Freeman, Alberta Newsprint Company, Canada

Voith Paper Trials and Shoe Press Design -M. YOUNG, Voith Paper Inc., Canada

Spruce Meter (Sniffer) Developments in GC-Based Wood Species Characterization for Management of Furnish Variation Due to Utilization of Mountain Pine Beetle Attacked Pine -T.M. GARVER, M. Genest, J. Woolley, W. Li and P. Pastushak, Alberta Research Council, Canada and C. Gurney and H. Quinn, Alberta Newsprint Company, Canada

Incorporated Wood Pitch as a Factor Contributing to Newsprint Strength Loss -T.M. GARVER, P. Pastushak and M. Genest, Alberta Research Council, Canada

The Impact of MPB Infestation on Pulp Brightness and Bleachability -D. WONG, FPInnovations, Canada

Fine and Coated Papers / Papiers fins et couchs

Host / Organisateur : Fine and Coated Papers Committee

Chair / Animateur : D.R. Jones, Buckman Canada Ltd., Canada

Extractive-Related Deposits during the Production of a TMP-Based SC Paper Process -Z. DAI and N. Ni, UNB, Canada and G. Court and Z. Li, Irving Paper, Canada

Precoat Effect on the Final Printability. Part III: Coating Structure and Deltac Results and Analysis -D. MATTE, Centre international de couchage (CIC), Canada and P.J. Mangin and C. Daneault, CIPP-UQTR, Canada

Influence of CPVA on the Properties of Papers made from Bleached Softwood and Hardwood Kraft and Aspen High-Yield Pulps -P. FATEHI, X. Liu, Y. Ni and H. Xiao, UNB, Canada

On-Line Image Analysis Delivers Surface Fibre Orientation Measurement -R. MacHATTIE, Honeywell, Canada and A. Paavola, Honeywell, Finland

An Enzimatic Solution to Vessel Picking -R. COVARRUBIAS, Buckman International, Canada

The Effect of CMC and PVOH on the Curtain Stability and Rheology of Curtain Coating Colours -H.A. LEE, C.H. Kim and E.H. Choi, Seoul National Univ., Korea

Tuesday, Feb. 2, PM

Paper Machine Technology II: Advances in Paper Machine Clothing and at the Paper Machine Dry End / Technologie de la machine papier II : Progrs technologiques dans l’habillage et la partie sche de la machine papier

Host / Organisateur : Paper Machine Technology Committee

Chair / Animateur : S. Di Re, Voith Paper Inc., Canada

A New Method to Quantify the Drainage Property of the Forming Fabric -J. XU, R. Danby, D. Johnson, J. VanDerKolk and A. Cheverton, AstenJohnson Inc., Canada

Nip Dynamics: Rolls and Press Felts Working Together -A. Bullerwell, E. Gustafson, M. McGuffey, G. Harvey, R. Goglick and R. MOORE, Xerium Technologies Inc., USA

Uneven Winding and Slack Edges: Root Cause Problem Solving Finds a Surprising Culprit!, S.R. LOEWEN, G. Ppin, T. McQuoid and R.K. Stevens, LSZ PaperTech Inc., Canada

Optimizing the Winder Operation -T. MUELLER, Voith Paper Inc., USA

Energy / nergie

Host / Organisateur : Energy Cost Savings Committee Chair / Animateur : A. Zaidi, Enbridge Gas Distribution Inc., Canada

Energy Consumption in Kraft Pulp Mills -S.K. SCHRODERUS and M. Davidovsky, KSH Solutions Inc., Canada

Techno-Economic Model of the Novel Biodrying Process for the Drying of Pulp and Paper Industry Mixed Sludge and its Effect on the Efficiency of a Fluidized Bed Boiler -C. TCHORYK, P.R. Stuart and B. Tolnai, cole Polytechnique de Montral, Canada

Energy Efficiency in Paper Production using Direct Steam Injection -D. DEGELAU, Hydro-Thermal Corp., USA

High Pressure Condensate Return Rearrangement -. Allen and . MOND, Cascades Inc., Canada

Maximize Drying Rate at Minimum Cost, Y. DPAULT, Albany International, Canada

Mountain Pine Beetle II: Moving Ahead -Managing Beetle-Killed Wood in Pulp and Paper Operations / Dendroctone du pin ponderosa II : Continuit -Grer le bois tu par le dendroctone dans les oprations des ptes et papiers

Host / Organisateur : MPB Track Committee Chair / Animateur : B. Adams, Domtar Inc., Canada

The Mountain Pine Beetle in Western Canada -An Overview -D.
HARRISON, Canadian Forest Service, Canada TMP from Dry, Beetle-Killed Lodgepole Pine Chips -I. OMHOLT, K. Miles, M. Stacey and D. Dranfield, FPInnovations, Canada

A Cost-Effective Method for Overcoming the Brightness Ceiling of TMP Made from Mill Chips Containing Mountain Pine Beetle-Infested Lodgepole Pine -T.Q. HU, C. Margetts, K. Morrow, M. Zhao, S. Johal and B. Yuen, FPInnovations, Canada

Canola Waste Fatty Acid Addition to Black Liquor to Decrease Tall Oil Soap Solubility and Increase Skimming Efficiency in Kraft Mills Pulping Mountain Pine Beetle Infected Wood, V. ULOTH, E. Guy and R. van Heek*, FPInnovations, Canada and D. Shewchuk, Cariboo Pulp and Paper, Canada

* Now with Aker Kvaerner, Canada

Whole Log Chipping of Mountain Pine Beetle-Killed Wood for the Pulp and Paper Industry -B. Dalpke and P. BICHO, FPInnovations, Canada

Process Control / Contrle des procds

Host / Organisateur : Process Control Committee

Chair / Animateur : P. Gauthier, Kruger Inc., Canada

Advanced Control of a TMP Refiner Line: A Simulation Study -E. HARINATH, J. Yan and G.A. Dumont, UBC, Canada

Closed Loop Tuning vs Open Loop Tuning: Tuning All Your Loops while the Process is Running is Now Possible -M. RUEL, Top Control Inc., Canada

Rapid At-Line and On-Line Determination of Pulp Mill Process Variables Near Infrared Process Sensors for Pulp Mill Applications -B. CURTISS and D. Campbell, ASD Inc., USA and T. Trung, FPInnovations, Canada

HSPP Lime Kiln MPC Project -O.J. TSANG, ABB Inc., Canada

Virtual Sensors -N. HARDT, Voith Paper Automation, Germany

Advanced Controls Design and Implementation at Tembec Temiscaming using a First-Principles Steam Simulator -A. Poitras and D. Bordeleau, Tembec Inc., Canada and B. JANVIER, Enero Solutions Inc., Canada

Engineering and Maintenance / Ingnierie et maintenance

Host / Organisateur : Engineering and Maintenance Committee / Comit de l’ingnierie et de la maintenance

Chair / Animateur : T. Gerhardt, Minas Basin Pulp and Power Ltd., Canada

Bearing Currents, P. HENRI, ABB Inc., Canada

Gestion de la maintenance par les indicateurs -positionnement de l’industrie des ptes et papiers relativement l’ensemble des industries -F. DUSABLON, ABB Inc., Canada

Pump Failure -An Unnecessary Expense -R. MACKAY, Ross Mackay Associates Ltd., Canada

Supplier Showcase / “Showcase des fournisseurs”

Host / Organisateur : EXFOR & Sustaining Members Group Committee

Chair / Animateur : C. Baker, Advanced Dynamics, Canada

FORMEXX -New Shape of Machine Efficiency, P. BRUNET, Weavexx, Canada

Integrated Solutions to Increase Efficiency in the Paper Manufacturing Process, C. HOPE, Isra Vision Parsytec Inc., USA

IMP Solution to Better Pulp Quality, T. Cotter, D. PREVIS, K. Hale and S. Rosencrance, Kemira R&D, USA

Direct Steam Injection for Pulp & Paper Production, D. DEGELAU, Hydro-Thermal Corp., USA

On-Line Formation Measurement with ABB Web Imaging System, K. SANGUANNAM, ABB Oy, Finland

New Development in Fibre Modification Enzyme, Maximyze 2530 -Tissue, D. Denowski, Buckman International, USA

CentraFlow, A. CHEVERTON, AstenJohnson, Canada

Document Management in a Data-Centric World -Don’t be Content with Just Containers, M. DESROSIERS, Intergraph Canada Ltd., Canada

Wednesday, Feb. 3, AM

Hot Topic Roundtables

Health & Safety, Energy Management, Finishing & Shipping (in the EXFOR trade show area, open to trade show visitors, but pre-registration is necessary)

Recycling / Recyclage

Host / Organisateur : Recycling Committee

Chair / Animateur : D.R. Jones, Buckman Canada Ltd., Canada Cybercell CX1500: Enhancing Flotation Cell Performance -M. PESCAN- TIN, Comer S.p. A, Canada

Modified Inorganic Particles as Deinking Aids -T. Cotter, D. PREVIS, K. Hale and S. Rosencrance, Kemira R&D, USA

Tracking Performance after Optimizing a Deinked Plant -M. RUEL, Top Control Inc., Canada

Application of Cationic PVA on OCC Pulp for Improving the Paper Strength -P. FATEHI, T. McArthur and H. Xiao, UNB, Canada

New Development in Fibre Modification Enzyme Maximyze 2530 -Tissue, V. ROY, Buckman Canada Ltd., Canada and J. Morissette, Cascades Tissue Group, Canada

Bleaching / Blanchiment

Host / Organisateur : Bleaching Committee

Chair / Animateur : M.H. Schofield, Ashland Hercules Water Technologies, Canada

Minimizing Transition Pulp During Grade Changes by Improving Plug Flow in High Density Towers -G. PAGEAU, Howe Sound Pulp & Paper LP, Canada

Near-Neutral Final Chlorine Dioxide Brightening: Theory and Practice -Z.-H. JIANG and R. Berry, FPInnovations, Canada

Understanding the Safe Mixing of Mechanical Pulp Bleaching Liquors Containing Hydrogen Peroxide, P.W. HART, MeadWestvaco Corp., USA and A.W. Rudie, USDA Forest Product Lab., USA

Effect of Eucalyptus Kraft Pulp Enzyme Bleaching on Effluent Quality and Bio-Treatibility -M.T. Borges, C.M. SILVA, J.L. Colodette, L. Alves, G.R. Rodrigues and L. Lana, Univ. Federal de Viosa, Brazil

Biorefinery I / Bioraffinage I

Host / Organisateur : Biorefinery Special Committee

Chair / Animateur : T. Browne, FPInnovations, Canada

Status and Results of a Thermochemical Biorefinery Process Demonstration Unit -E. CONNOR, ThermoChem Recovery Intl., USA

Biorefinery Concept Applied to the Pre-Hydrolysis Kraft-Base Dissolving Pulp Production Process: Formation of Acedic Acid -H. Li, A. Saeed, S. Jahan and Y. Ni, UNB, Canada and A. van Heiningen, Univ. of Maine, USA

Sugar Analysis on the Pre-Hydrolysis Kraft-Based Dissolving Pulp Production Process -A. SAEED, H. Li, S. Jahan and Y. Ni, UNB, Canada and A. van Heiningen, Univ. of Maine, USA

Production of Cellulose Nanofibres by TEMPO-Mediated Oxidation of Unbeaten Kraft Pulp -R. GUIMOND, B. Chabot and C. Daneault, CIPP-UQTR, Canada

Mechanical Pulping I / Mise en pte mcanique I

Host / Organisateur : Mechanical Pulping Committee

Chair / Animateur : S. Singh, Alberta Newsprint Company, Canada

A Method for Estimating Chip Brightnessand its Application -T.Q. HU, M. Zhao and P. Bicho, FPInnovations, Canada and P. Losier, AbitibiBowater Mersey, Canada

Mechanical Pulp Quality and Fractionation. Part I: Upgrading Newsprint TMP for Value-Added Grades -R. AMIRI, Z. Yuan, FPInnovations, Canada and S. Beaulieu, Consultation SB Tech, Canada

Development of the Fibres Inside a High-Consistency Refiner -I. OMHOLT, FPInnovations, Canada

Saving Electrical Energy by Alkaline-Peroxide Pretreatment of TMP Prior to Low-Consistency Refining -R. BEATSON, BCIT Canada and H. Chang, C. Bridges, D. Vu and D. Kuan, UBC, Canada

Research I / Recherche I

Host / Organisateur : Research Committee

Chair / Animateur : R. Dekker, Lakehead Univ., Canada

Bacterial Polyesters: Thermoplastic Granules for Paper Sizing -R.H. MARCHESSAULT and R. Bourbonnais, McGill Univ., Canada

Physicochemical Study of Factors Inducing Piling in Heatset Offset Lithography -A.C. KHAZRAJI, P.J. Mangin and F. Brouillette, CIPPUQTR, Canada

Effect of HYP Fines on Filler Retention and Paper Formation -H. ZHANG, Z. He and Y. Ni, UNB, Canada

Mechanical Properties and Structural Formation of PE Composites Reinforced with Surface Treated Nanoclays -R. GU, B.V. Kokta and E. Bustamante, CIPP-UQTR, Canada

Energy Analysis of a Canadian Kraft Pulp and Paper Mill -J.-C. BONHIVERS and P.R. Stuart, cole Polytechnique de Montral, Canada

Energy and Forces in Refining, R.J. KEREKES, UBC, Canada

French Track / Montage des meilleures prsentations en franais

Host / Organisateur : PAPTAC’s Quebec Branches / Divisions qubcoises de l’ATPPC

Chair / Animateur : TBA / Annonc ultrieurement

Effet de la
variation du poids de couche sur l’imprimabilit du papier -D. MATTE, Centre international de couchage (CIC), Canada et P.J. Mangin et C. Daneault, CIPP-UQTR, Canada

Opportunits pour un avenir prometteur et durable de l’industrie canadienne des ptes et papiers -M. MARINOVA, E. Mateos-Espejel et J. Paris, cole Polytechnique de Montral, Canada

Ralisation de bilans d’nergie pour les usines de Cascades -G. PRIGNY, Cascades inc., Canada

Emballages bioactifs pour le contrle de contaminations alimentaires -T. JABRANE, M. Dub et P.J. Mangin, CIPP-UQTR, Canada

Annual Business Luncheon

Featuring keynote speaker Jacquelyn McNutt, executive director, The Center for Paper Business and Industry Studies at Georgia Tech

Imagine the Forest Products Industry of the Future

Wednesday, Feb. 3, PM

Bleaching Roundtable: CIO2 Generation / Table ronde sur le blanchiment : Gnration CIO2

Host / Organisateur : Bleaching Committee

Chair / Animateur : P.F. Earl, Paul Earl Consulting Inc., Canada

Maximizing the Production Capacity of Sub-Atmospheric ClO2 Processes -J. HOPMANS, ERCO Worldwide, Canada

Conversion to Peroxide Chemistry and Dual Chemistry ClO2 Plants, M. MINDAY, Eka Chemicals, USA Mill Experience with ERCO Smarts -G. PAGEAU, Howe Sound Pulp & Paper LP, Canada

Production of Neutral Saltcake in Sub-Atmospheric ClO2 Plants -P.F. EARL, Paul Earl Consulting Inc., Canada

Research II / Recherche II

Host / Organisateur : Research Committee

Chair / Animateur : R. Dekker, Lakehead Univ., Canada

Response Surface Methodological Approach for Optimization of Chemicals for Highly PCC Filled Mechanical Grade Papers -Y. SANG and P. Englezos, UBC, Canada and M. McQuaid, Catalyst Paper Corp. Canada

Polyvinylamine Boronate Adhesion to Wet Cellulose -Why Does it Stick -R. PELTON and W. Chen, McMaster Univ., Canada

Self-Assembled Monolayers on Glass Beads for the Treatment of Paper Machine Process Waters, K. JRADI, B. Chabot and C. Daneault, CIPP-UQTR, Canada

Adsorption of Model Whitewater Contaminants on Ion-Exchange Resins -R. VALLERAND, C. Daneault and B. Chabot, CIPP-UQTR, Canada

Development of a Flow-Following Sensor Package for Application in Chemical Pulp Digesters, T.C. M GRAHAM, E. Liu, N. Sadeghi, A.R. Mohammadi, E. Albadvi, S. Mirabbasi, M. Chiao, J. Madden and C.P.J. Bennington, UBC, Canada

Biorefinery II / Bioraffinage II

Host / Organisateur : Biorefinery Special Committee

Chair / Animateur : T. Browne, FPInnovations, Canada

Kinetics and Mechanism of Autohydrolysis of Hardwood -X. Chen, M. Lawoko and A. VAN HEININGEN, Univ. of Maine, USA

Repurposing of a Kraft Pulp and Paper Mill to the Production of Ethanol -R. PHILLIPS, H. Jameel and T. Treasure, North Carolina State Univ., USA

Simulation of a Kraft Pulp Mill for the Integration of Biorefinery Technologies and Energy Optimization -E. MATEOS-ESPEJEL, M. Marinova, S. Peter and J. Paris, cole Polytechnique de Montral, Canada

Critical Analysis of Emerging Process Technologies for the Forest Biorefinery (FBR), J. COHEN, V. Chambost, M. Janssen and P.R. Stuart, cole Polytechnique de Montral, Canada

Mechanical Pulping II / Mise en pte mcanique II

Host / Organisateur : Mechanical Pulping Committee

Chair / Animateur : S. Singh, Alberta Newsprint Company, Canada

Development of Jack Pine Fibres during Selective Refining of Long Fibre Fraction after Various Chemical Treatments, Y. Lin and R. LANOUETTE, CIPP-UQTR, Canada

Using Optical Brightening Agent (OBA) to Increase the Brightness of High Yield Pulps, Q. Chen, H. Zhang, Z. He and Y. NI, UNB, Canada

Effect of Feed Pulp Freeness, Refiner Operation and Plate Design on Pulp Quality -A. LUUKKONEN, J. Olson and M. Martinez, UBC, Canada

New Fractionation Technology Gives Better Pulp Quality and Reduced Energy Consumption at Holmen Paper Braviken Mill -C. SANDBERG, Holmen Paper, Sweden and O. Shagaev, Noss AB, Sweden

Thursday AM & PM

Student Seminars

Host / Organisateur : PAPIER

Chair / Animateur : R.J. Kerekes, UBC

Antimicrobial Modification of Polyvinyl Alcohol for Functionalizing Cellulose Fibres -C. BEH and H. Xiao, UNB

Distribution and Electrical Conductivity of Inkjet-Printed PEDOT:PSS/SWCNT Composites on Paper -P.D. ANGELO and R.R. Farnood, Univ. of Toronto

Fractionation in a Viscoplastic Fluid -A. MADANI, D.M. Martinez and J.A. Olson, UBC

Anaerobic Cellulosic-Biomass Degradation by Mixed Microbial Consortia from Unique Sources -M. LACOURT, H. Tran and E. Master, Univ. of Toronto

Streaming Potential in Microfluidic Channels on Paper -V. LEUNG, R. Pelton and C. Filipe, McMaster Univ.

CFD Modeling of Batch and Continuous-Flow Mixing in Cylindrical Pulp Stock Chests -L.K. HUI, C.P.J. Bennington and G.A. Dumont, UBC

Adsorption of Polyethylenimine on Packed Beds of Pulp Fibres -L. CIOVICA, T.G.M. van de Ven and N. Tufenkji, McGill Univ.

Solid Catalysis: A Greener Hydrolysis of Lignocellulosic Biomass -A. DEBBOUB and D. Montplaisir, CIPP-UQTR

Imidazolium Based Ionic Liquids as Alternative Pre-Treatment for Cellulose Hydrolysis -S. BINDER and D. Montplaisir, CIPP-UQTR

Effect of Applied-Vacuum Box Suction on Overall Retention in Hand Sheet Forming -J. MONTGOMERY and S.I. Green, UBC

Synthesis of an Adsorbent for Contaminant Removal in Paper Machine White Water -L. OULANTI, B. Chabot and C. Daneault, CIPP-UQTR

Mass Balances of Hemicelluloses and other Components in the Pre-Hydrolysis Kraft-Based Dissolving Pulp Production Process -A. SAEED and Y. Ni, UNB

Modeling the Maximum Capacity of a Screen Cylinder -H. SALEM, J.A. Olson and D.M. Martinez, UBC

Coating Colour Rheology and Coated Paper Properties using Nano-biopolymer as Binder -N. SRIKANTH and M.M. Nazhad, Asian Institute of Technology

Bacteria Deactivation by Biocide Emulsions -R. VYHNALKOVA, T.G.M. van de Ven and A. Eisenberg, McGill Univ.

Influence of Paper Surface Chemistry on the Activity of Immobilized Antibodies -J. WANG and R. Pelton, McMaster Univ.

Designing Microgels for Advanced Paper Structure -Q. WEN and R. Pelton, McMaster Univ.


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