Biosystems Engineering Research Review 19
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|Title:||Biosystems Engineering Research Review 19||Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/5672||Date:||May-2014||Abstract:||The Nineteenth Annual Research Review describes the ongoing research programme in the School of Biosystems Engineering at University College Dublin from over 78 researchers (10 academic staff, 2 technicians, 11 postdoctoral researchers and 55 postgraduates). The research programme covers three focal areas: Food and Process Engineering; Bioresource Systems; and Bioenvironmental Engineering. Each area is divided into sub-areas as outlined in the Table of Contents which also includes the name of the research scholar (in bold); the research supervisor(s); the title of the research; the nature* of the research programme; and the research sponsors. It also includes the noting of four awards for presentational excellence at the Nineteenth Annual Biosystems Engineering Research Seminar held in University College Dublin on Wednesday 12th March 2014. The four Appendices in the Review provide: - a listing of research projects in progress which were not included in the Review; - profiles of Postdoctoral Research Scholars; - a photographic record of postgraduate students; and - a photographic record of the full-time staff who assisted in project supervision and administration||Type of material:||Book||Publisher:||University College Dublin. School of Biosystems Engineering||Keywords:||Biosystems; Engineering; Food; Environment; Energy||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Not peer reviewed|
|Appears in Collections:||Biosystems and Food Engineering Research Collection|
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