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Tamara Llano Astuy defended her Doctoral Thesis "Developments in a sulphite pulping process for the valorisation of its carbohydrate resources within the biorefinery concept"

10 Feb 2016

Last 8th February, Tamara Llano Astuy defended her Doctoral Thesis, that was developed in the research group Green Engineering and Resources (GER) of the Department of Chemistry and Process & Resource Engineering of the University of Cantabria. 

The Doctoral Thesis entitled: "Mejoras en un Proceso de Pasteado al Sulfito para el Aprovechamiento de Carbohidratos dentro del concepto de Biorrefinería/ Developments in a sulphite pulping process for the valorisation of its carbohydrate resources within the biorefinery concept" was supervised by Dr. Alberto Coz Fernández. The evaluation committee was chaired by Prof. Dr. Javier Viguri from the Department of Chemistry and Process & Resource Engineering of the University of Cantabria and as a member of the committee Professor Dr. Eulogio Castro Galiano from the Engineering, Environment and Materials Engineering Department. University of Jaén, Spain. The secretary was Dr. Nikolaos Xekoukoulotakis, from the Environmental Engineering Department of the Technical University of Crete, Greece.

The Ph.D. has been made in the department of Chemistry and Process and Resource Engineering and the R&D hydrolysis laboratory of the company Sniace S.L. with the finantial support of the Eucafuel Research Project of the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation and BRIGIT Research Project under the Seventh Framework Project of the European Union.

 

Tamara Llano with her Supervisor and Evaluation Committee.

 

 

Ph.D. Alberto Coz Fernández

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