Poster Sessions

April 15 - 18, 2018 | Charlotte, NC, USA | Shaping the Future through Innovation

Call for Papers Closed Registration Closed

Poster Session

Present Your Latest Findings

Tuesday, April 17th
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Charlotte Convention Center
Exhibit Floor
3:00 - 3:30 pm
East & West Prefunction

Posters will be set up on Sunday, April 15th through Wednesday, April 18th for attendees to view.

There will be an extended poster session on the Exhibit Floor on Tuesday, April 17th wherein authors will stand by their posters to answer questions and make comments regarding their findings.

Poster Presentations

Polyelectrolytes Multilayering Treatment of Fillers to Improve Strength of Highly Filled Paper

Hye Jung Youn, Seoul National University

Effect of Polymer Resin Choice on Bulkiness and Resilience of Highloft Spunbond Nonwovens

Ipar Nimet Uzun Kalender, Hayat Kimya

Modification of Dry-spun Polyimide Fibers SuplonTM by Mixed Acid Oxidation and Its Effect on the Properties of Polypropylene Resin-based Composites

Zhu Long, Jiangnan University

Cracking at the Fold in Double Layer Coated Paper: The Influence of Latex and Starch Composition

Mohammad Hashemi, University of Maine

A New Process for Catalytic Fractionation of Organo-solv Lignin to Biofuels and high-Value Added Chemicals

Joseph Molle, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Size Press Unwind Systems

Joseph Molle, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Characterization of Microstructure of the Pigment Coating Layer Using FIB and FE-SEM: Effect of Tg of S/B Latex Binder

Hak Lae Lee, Seoul National University

Reducing Unplanned Downtime

Molly Petty, Pro Services, Inc

OPC UA: A Perspective on the Protocol of Choice for the Industrial Internet of Things and Building the Factory of the Future

Samuel Porter, RoviSys

Discrete Element Method to Model Cracking for Two Layer Systems

Daniel Varney, Omya, Inc

A New Method to Optimize the Filler content in Paper and Board

Alexander Grüner, emtec Electronic GmbH

Development of an Advanced Water Sensor Using Carbon Naotube Enriched Cellulose Papers

Sydney Fry, University of Washington

Biobased Chemicals, Latex and Coating from High Oleic Soybean Oil


Secondary Headbox Implementation

Joseph Kinscher, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

Visualization and Characterization of 3D Structure of Paper and Board, and Their Relationship to Properties and Performance

Shri Ramaswamy, University of Minnesota

Coating of Cellulose Fibers with Alkyl Ketene Dimers (AKD) for Hydrophobic Development, and Study of Its Coating Mechanism

Kolawole Adenekan, University of Mississippi


Increasing the Consistency of Refiner-Produced Cellulose Microfibrils in a Plate & Frame Press

Proserfina Bennett, Mark Paradis, Donna Johnson, Hemant Pendse, University of Maine

Commercialization of Paper-Based Agricultural Mulch

Robina Hogan (United Soybean Board), Proserfina Bennett (University of Maine Process Development Center)