Poster Session

April 22 - 26, 2023 | Atlanta, GA USA

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Poster Session

Tuesday, May 3, 2022 • 10:00 am - 11:00 am & 3:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Charlotte Convention Center Exhibit Hall

Hear from students and industry professionals as they present their latest research on key topics affecting the industry!
PaperCon Poster Session

Posters

Session Chair: Rosy Covarrubias, Buckman 

Poster 1

Linerboard Calendering: Quality Improvements with Increased Control

Matthew Harris, Precision Roll Grinders

Presented By Greg Schmidt, Shayne King, Precision Roll Grinders

Poster 2

Leveraging Your Data - From Protection to Diagnostic to Condition-based Maintenance

Michael Cheatham, Bently Nevada 

Poster 3

Survey of Recent Technology for Relief Applications

Naomi Ballenger, Jacobs

Presented by Avery Wilson, Jacobs

Poster 4

How Pulp and Paper Mills can Meet ESG Targets and Profitability Goals

Rebecca Moore, Aggreko

Poster 5

Development of Digital Twin/ML Model of the Paper Drying Process

Ayesha V. Kumar, North Carolina State University

Poster 6

First-Principle Simulation Model for Optimal Drying of Paper

Yunhao Zhang, North Carolina State University

Poster 7

Application of Bio-based Additives to Enhance Board Properties – A Laboratory Paper Machine Study

Klaus Doelle, Jacob Darius, 
Owen Henkler, and Rodrigo Castillo Medina, SUNY-ESF

Poster 8

5 Symptoms for Risk Mitigation & Maintenance Strategy Optimization in Pulp and Paper

Anton Freundt, Bently Nevada

Poster 9

High Barrier Acetylated Nanofibrillated Cellulose-Based Films and Coatings for Food Packaging

Kazi Md Yasin Arafat, North Carolina State University

Poster 10 

Valorization of Recycled Fibers Using a High-shear Homogenizer for Tissue and Hygiene Products

Mrittika Debnath, North Carolina State University

Poster 11

Repurposing waste disposable paper cups: A sustainable source for high value-added nanocellulose materials-

Munmun Basak, North Carolina State University

Poster 12

Architecting AI-Enabled Testbeds for Biobased Materials Manufacturing and Education

Nelson Barrios, North Carolina State University


Poster Session Schedule:  

10AM - 11AM: Presenters will be at their Posters 

11AM - 12PM: Digital Presentation of Posters (See Schedule Below)

11:00 – 11:07

Linerboard Calendering: Quality Improvements with Increased Control (Poster 1)

Matthew Harris, Precision Roll Grinders

Presented By Greg Schmidt, Shayne King, Precision Roll Grinders

11:10 – 11:17

Leveraging Your Data - From Protection to Diagnostic to Condition-based Maintenance (Poster 3)

Michael Sparks, Bently Nevada

11:20 – 11:27

How Pulp and Paper Mills can Meet ESG Targets and Profitability Goals (Poster 4)

Rebecca Moore, Aggreko

11:30 – 11:37

Application of Bio-based Additives to Enhance Board Properties – A Laboratory Paper Machine Study (Poster 7)

Klaus Doelle, Jacob Darius,
Owen Henkler, and Rodrigo Castillo Medina, SUNY-ESF

11:40 – 11:47

5 Symptoms for Risk Mitigation & Maintenance Strategy Optimization in Pulp and Paper (Poster 8)

Anton Freundt, Bently Nevada


3PM - 3:30PM: Poster Presenters will be back at their Posters



Rules and Regulations:
TAPPI will provide the bulletin boards and push pins. Please confine your presentation to a 32 inch x 48 inch (80 x 120 cm) space.All posters will be displayed in the Exhibit Hall.

All illustrations must be prepared in advance. Proper illustration is critical to an effective presentation.  The use of large lettering (legible at a distance of 3 feet or more) and minimal textual material is recommended. Use of colored ink in printing and colored paper in framing textual material can be attractive although artistic flair should not be excessive. Illustrations should not be mounted on heavy stock as this makes it difficult to mount them on poster boards. It is the responsibility of the author to design and print his/her poster and get it to the event.

The collection of materials at the end of the conference is the author's responsibility; Any posters remaining after the conference ends will be destroyed.