AMPEL

AcronymDefinition
AMPELAdvanced Materials and Process Engineering Laboratory (Canada)
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The afternoon session began with Frank Ko, AMPEL, Department of Materials Engineering, University of British Columbia, who spoke about "Functional Composite Nanofibers for Nonwovens.
She is a chemistry graduate student in the Metal-Molecule Interfaces laboratory at University of British Columbia's AMPEL (Advanced Materials and Process Engineering Laboratory).
Frank Ko, AMPEL, Department of Materials Engineering, University of British Columbia, will speak about "Functional Composite Nanofibers for Nonwovens" and Patrick Mack, chief technologist at Polynova Composites, enhances the program with "Keeping it Green-Advances in Closed-Mold Processing.