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Awards for the best thesis

The Dean of the School of Chemical Engineering, Kristiina Kruus, announced Master’s thesis and Doctoral dissertation awards 2019.
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We want to congratulate for the exceptional work the following award recipients:

Master´s thesis:

  • DI Laura Emilia Aarnos (Alexander Frey): “Burst Detection Methods for Human Pluripotent Stem Cell-derived Neuronal Networks”
  • DI Anna-Liina Helena Lehtimäki (Pekka Oinas): “Operational Efficiency of Black Liquor Concentrators”
  • DI Jarkko Samuel Rantataro (Tomi Laurila ELEC): “Effect of Substrate Mechanical Properties on Neural Cell Mechanics”
  • DI Friederike Sommerhoff (Mark Huges): “Dimensional Stabilty of All Cellulose Composites Laminates”

 

Doctoral dissertation:

  • TkT Pyry-Mikko Hannula: "Processing and Properties of Carbon Nanotube-Copper Composites" (Supervisor: Professor Mari Lundström)
  • TkT Shirin Asaadi: "Dry-Jet Wet Spinning of Technical and Textile Fibers from a Solution of Wood Pulp and Waste Cotton in an Ionic Liquid" (Supervisor: Professor Herbert Sixta)
  • TkT Fatemeh Davodi: "Rational Design of Novel and Efficient Electrocatalysts for Hydrogen Production"(Supervisor: Professor Tanja Kallio)
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