WCPT8 Powder Technology Travel Grant

With a generous contribution from Elsevier’s Powder Technology, we are able to provide student travel awards to participants of the conference. The following four student winners were selected by the WCPT8 Organizing Committee for their research in the area of particle technology and its social, economic, and environmental impacts. Be sure to attend their presentations at the conference.


Manogna Adepu, Arizona State University

Abstract: Validating the Conductive Heating Time Scales of Particles in a Rotary Drum

Lifeng Lu, China University of Petroleum - Beijing 

Abstract: Particle Measurement in High Temperature  Gas based on Mie Scattering


Vignesh Nandakumar, University of Florida

Abstract: Investigating Functionalized Particle – Microbe Interactions on ‘Touch’ Surfaces

Marek Soltys, University of Chemistry and Technology in Prague

Abstract: Mesoporous Silica Particles Used for Amorphous Pharmaceutical Formulations