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Title: The Wolfson Centre for Materials Processing Incorporating The Centre for Phosphors and Displays Presented by Dr. K Tarverdi
Authors: Tarverdi, K
Keywords: Wolfson Centre for Materials Processing;SRI Open Week;Brunel University
Issue Date: 2007
Abstract: Established in 1987, the Wolfson Centre has been a focus for materials research in Brunel University. Since its inception, the research in the Centre has been based on the development of extrusion and injection-moulding technologies relating to polymer compound formulation, process-induced structuring, nano-composite processing and the processing of metals, ceramics, soft solids and natural materials. The 'Centre for Phosphors and Display Materials' is a division of the Wolfson Centre for Materials Processing at Brunel University in Uxbridge, West London (only 10 minutes by taxi from London's Heathrow International Airport). It moved into a suit of new and fully re-furbished laboratories in January 2006. The centre was formed 38 years ago and has been continuously researching luminescent materials for this time. We maintain good liaisons with our past researchers and have a network of visiting professors who strengthen and support our expertise. We are a coherent research driven team carrying out novel research into luminescent materials with a particular interest in the displays and lighting industrial sectors. Dr Karnik Tarverdi is Director of Extrusion Technology.
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