PhD candidate, Ali Goger, is the winner of Borealis Student Innovation Award for 2013. He was selected among the international competition of graduate students having completed a Masters Thesis in 2013. Ali’s masters thesis is on computer simulation of counter-rotating twin screw extruders. The research was carried out under the supervision of Dr. John Vlachopulos and Dr. Michael Thompson. The award is valued at 3000 € and Ali has been invited to the awards ceremony in Porvo, Finland which will take place in January 2014. Borealis is a large multi-national corporation in the fields of polyolefins, base chemicals and fertilizers, headquartered in Vienna, Austria.
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