Winner of our Kinexus Intelligent Rotational Rheometer PLUS $1,000 study award

ATA Scientific would like to thank all those that participated in entering our recent award that included the free use of a Kinexus Intelligent Rotational Rheometer PLUS $1,000 study award. The winner of the award will receive free use of a Kinexus rotational rheometer, training and a cheque for A$1,000.

We were pleased to have received so many quality entries with diverse applications from a range of Universities and Institutions around Australia and NZ . With so many entries we expected the selection process for the final winner would be long and difficult – and it was. Each proposal was carefully reviewed and judged on the degree of relevance, originality and the potential for publication.

Congratulations to Ms Xuefei (Sophie) Liu, from the University of New South Wales, School of Chemical Engineering, Membrane Center for her proposal on “Hydraulic study of activated sludge with coagulant addition in Membrane Bioreactors”. Xuefei works as part of the research team for the UNESCO Center for Membrane Science and Technology, under her supervisor Professor Greg Leslie. A copy of the winning proposal is available here.

If you are interested in using a Kinexus Rotational rheometer for your project, we are planning on having the Kinexus instrument available over the next few months at various locations following the completion of the winning proposal. Please contact us at your earliest convenience to set up an appointment to discuss how we can help with your required measurements.

We would like to thank all those that participated.

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