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paper engineer

Nick George Triantafillopoulos, American Paper engineer. Achievements include mumerical models of paper coaters, viscometers for paper coatings; research in flow instabilities; rheology of dispersions; fundamentals of printing research. M C. Recipient Olmsted award American Paper Institute, 1990.

Background

Triantafillopoulos, Nick George was born on November 19, 1955 in Athens, Attica, Greece. Came to the United States, 1979. Son of George and Margory (Chrysochou) Triantafillopoulos.

Education

Master of Science, Western Michigan University, 1985. Doctor of Philosophy, Institute Paper, Atlanta, 1991.

Career

Process engineer, Athens Papermill, S.A., 1980-1981;research engineer, James River Research, Neenah, Wisconsin, 1985-1986;research engineer, Beloit (Wisconsin) Corporation, 1986-1987;assistant professor department paper science, Western Michigan U., Kalamazoo, 1990-1992;senior research associate, Latex Laboratory, Gencorp Sepcialty Polymers, Akron, Ohio., since 1992. Consultant Kaltec Science, Inc., Novi, Michigan, since 1985.

Achievements

  • Achievements include mumerical models of paper coaters, viscometers for paper coatings. Research in flow instabilities. Rheology of dispersions.

    Fundamentals of printing research. M C.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Interpretation of Coating Viscosity, 1989, (with others) High-Speed Blade Coating in Thin Film Coating Verlag, 1995. Contributor 25 articles on paper coatings, rheology and viscometers to professional journals.

Membership

Member Technology Association Pulp and Paper Indsutry (technical committee officer since 1988, contributor articles), Paper Industry Association, Society of Rheology.

Connections

father:
George Triantafillopoulos

mother:
Margory (Chrysochou) Triantafillopoulos