George Akhras

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Akhras
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George
(Civil Engineering) - composite materials; smart materials and structures

Brian Amsden

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Amsden
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Brian
(Chemical Engineering) - polymer biomaterials, protein drug delivery, tissue engineering, controlled release, diffusion in gels and polymer solutions

Caroline Baillie

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Baillie
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Caroline
(Chemical Engineering) - Her research interests in materials science have developed from a background in composite materials (reinforced plastics) to a focus on natural sustainable composites and biomimicry (learning from nature). She is particularly interested in ways in which science and engineering can help to create solutions for the environment as well as social problems. Her work in education focuses on the relationship between knowledge development and creativity in research and in student learning.

Philip Bates

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Bates
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Philip
(Chemistry and Chemical Engineering) - polymer welding; polymer and composite processing; long/continuous fibre reinforced thermoplastics; thermoplastic application development

Hugues Bonin

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Bonin
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Hugues
(Chemistry and Chemical Engineering) - radiation processing and radiation effects on materials; advanced composite materials for storage of radioactive waste

Doug Boyd

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Boyd
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Doug
(Mechanical and Materials Engineering) - steel physical  metallurgy; metal matrix composites

Stan Brown

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Brown
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Stan
(Chemistry) - catalytic chemistry; mechanistic studies; hydrolysis; acyl and phosphoryl transfer; alcoholysis; electrophilic halogenation

Michael Cunningham

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Cunningham
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Michael
(Chemical Engineering) - research interests involve the design of polymeric nanoparticles with controlled microstructure and the kinetics of polymerization reactions. There is a strong emphasis on emulsion and miniemulsion polymerization. His research group is currently involved in projects in controlled (living) radical polymerization in miniemulsion and emulsion polymerization, and the design of functional polymeric microspheres for living radical polymerizations and bioseparations

Boyd Davis

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Davis
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Boyd
(Queen’s Mining Engineering) Principal Investigator, FCRC and President, Kingston Process Metallurgy, Chemical Hydrogen Storage; Metallurgical Process Development; Computational Thermo-Chemistry; Metal Recycling

Mark Daymond

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Daymond
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Mark
(Mechanical and Materials Engineering) - micromechanisms of deformation in metals; ceramics and composites; engineering mechanics, components and processes
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