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Previous recipients of the Cyril Keattch award

1981                         ESTA 2, Scotland                         Eddie Paterson                         Macaulay Institute for Soil Research
                              The Value of DSC in Assessing the Physical and Chemical Properties of Particle Surfaces.
1982                         7th ICTA, Germany                     Tom Taylor                                  University of Salford
                              Studies on the Degradation of Nickel Nitrate Hexahydrate using Thermal Methods.
1984                         ESTAC 3, Switzerland                Atiq Rahman                             University of Aberdeen
                              Application of Thermal Methods in Surface Chemical Investigations of Zirconium Gels.
1987                         ESTAC 4, GDR                              Ed Gimzewski                            BP Research Centre
                              Thermal Analysis in Reactive Atmospheres.
1988                         9th ICTA, Israel                            Mike Reading                            ICI Paints
                              The Kinetics of Heterogeneous Solid-state Decomposition Reactions: A New Way Forward?
1992                         10th ICTA, UK                              Tony Ryan                                   UMIST
                              Simultaneous Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering and Wide –Angle X-ray Diffraction.
1994                         ESTAC 6, Italy                               Michael Ewell                          UMIST
                              Forced-Adiabatic Sampling Environments: Useful Tools for the Study of Structure Development during Polymerisation.
1996                         11th ICTAC, USA                          Gary Foster                               Birkbeck College
                              Simultaneous Non-Invasive Microwave Dielectric Spectroscopy and Dynamic Mechanical Analysis

                              for Studying Drying Processes in Complex Heterogeneous Materials.
1998                         ESTAC 7, Hungary                       Chris Allen                                University of Oxford
                              Calorimetric Control of Aluminium Casting Quality.
2000                         12th ICTAC, Denmark                Zhong Jiang                              University of Aberdeen
                              Temperature Modulated Differential Scanning Calorimetry:

                              Modelling the Effects of Heat Transfer on TMDSC Measurements.
2002                         ESTAC 8, Spain                             Vicky Kett                                 Queens University Belfast
                              The Application of Thermoanalytical Techniques to the Study of the Freeze Drying Process.
2004                        13th ICTAC 13, Sardinia             Laura Waters                           University of Huddersfield
                              Saturation Determination of Micellar Systems Using Isothermal Titration Calorimetry.
2006                        ESTAC 9, Poland                           Mike O’Neill                              School of Pharmacy, University of London
                              Is complexity an issue? The quantitative analysis of calorimetric data.
2008                        14th ICTAC, Brazil                        Louise Grisedale                     University of East Anglia
                              Photothermal Microspectroscopy (PTMS); A New Technique for Spatially Differentiating Between

                              Crystalline and Amorphous Materials.
2010                        ESTAC 10, the Netherlands       Paul Nevitt                                AWE Harwell
                              Applications of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry to the Study of Metal Hydrides, Deuterides And Tritides.
2012                        15th ICTAC, Japan                        Fuad Hajii                                  University of Nottingham
                             The Intrinsic Influence of N-Methylmorpholine-N-Oxide on the Phase Transitions of Native and Physically Modified Starch.
2014                        ESTAC 11, Finland                        Katie Hardie                             University of Manchester
                             DSC as a Primary Tool for the Development of a Semi-Permanent Hair Straightening Technology.

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