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TAPPI awards Professor emeritus Patrick Gane “Outstanding Educator”

Professor Emeritus Patrick Gane from the Aalto School of Chemical Engineering was selected for the "Outstanding Educator" award at the 2022 TAPPICon in USA on 01 May 2022.

TAPPICon is an event for pulp and paper professionals from around the world to discuss top issues, new advancements and technologies, and future strategies to help drive the industry forward. This year's key segments were paper, tissue, nonwovens, reliability & maintenance, recycled paperboard and women in industry.
Patrick Gane

Emeritus Professor Gane worked as Professor at the Department of Bioproducts and Biosystems during 2006-2021. His research focus areas include interaction of liquids and heat with complex porous network media, including nanoscale phenomena applied to printing, environmental sciences and composite biomaterials. Credited with more than 400 scientific publications and named inventor on over 300 corporate patents, Prof. Gane is also an active guest speaker in many events. 

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