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Keynote Panel: What Does the Future Hold for Powder & Bulk Solids Sector?

John Forrester  (Managing Editor, Powder & Bulk Solids Magazine)

Todd Smith  (Business and Strategy Manager, Kansas State University Bulk Solids Innovation Center)

Mark Jones, PhD  (Director, TUNRA Bulk Solids and the Centre for Bulk Solids & Particulate Technologies at the University of Newcastle)

Erin Webb  (Senior R&D Staff Member, Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

Kingsly Ambrose  (Associate Professor, Department of Agricultural & Biological Engineering, Purdue University)

Location: Room 1

Date: Wednesday, October 7

Time: 9:00am - 10:00am

Track: Conference Keynote

Vault Recording: TBD

This keynote panel will gather representatives from academic and private sector research and innovation centers to discuss the future of powder& bulk solids handling. Panelists will discuss new technologies, new approaches to difficult-to-solve problems, and emerging opportunities and challenges. in new and expanding industries, ranging from additive manufacturing, to biomass (energy and bio-based products) and even cannabis.