Professor Lepek Presents at the 8th World Congress on Particle Technology

POSTED ON: May 9, 2018


Professor Lepek co-led a workshop entitled, “Nature-Inspired Chemical Engineering Applied to Particle Technology” with colleague Marc-Olivier Coppens (from University College London). Read the abstract here.

Professor Lepek also presented a poster entitled “Using Perusall to Enhanced Student Learning of Particle Technology at Graz University of Technology”. This work is based on some of his Fulbright work when he was a visiting professor at TU Graz. See the poster here.

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