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Kamran Muhammad

Kamran graduated in 2014 with a MSc in Chemical Engineering from Åbo Akademi University in Finland. In his master’s thesis, he collaborated with BASF and Walki group Oy to study the adhesion of flexible facings to polyisocyanurate modified polyurethane rigid foam insulations and developed techniques for its improvement. After graduation, he started working within the EU funded project “Bio4MAP” with an objective to develop a multilayer biodegradable high barrier packaging for modified atmosphere applications.  After his undergraduate degree he also worked with Unilever as a R&D packaging development engineer.

  • Synthesis of Polyamides Based on Renewable Furanic Monomer with Professor Matthew Davidson and Vasilis Tsanaktsis (Corbion); Industrial Partner: Corbion — PhD project


Kamran is an MSCA-FIRE fellow

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