Prof Williams with Prof James Litster (University of Sheffield).
Professor Daryl Williams received the prestigious Geldart Medal Award
Professor Daryl Williams received the prestigious Geldart Medal Award in recognition to his contributions to sorption science and creation of Surface Measurement Systems.
Professor Williams is the inventor and scientific pioneer of a range of scientific methods for powder characterisation. He has led, over the last 20 years, the commercialisation of Dynamic Vapour Sorption, a gravimetric sorption analyzer and the Inverse Gas Chromatography-Surface Energy Analyzer (iGC-SEA) which are now used by over 100 universities and over 600 laboratories throughout the world and more than 7,000 papers with 25% are patents have been published (Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College, London). The award is a recognition of Professor Williams innovative work in sorption science and its global impact to research and development.
Geldart Medal is awarded by Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE). The ceremony was held at the UK-China Particle Technology Forum VII at University of Edinburgh and given by Professor James Litster from University of Sheffield, recipient of the 2016 Geldart Medal Award.
About Geldart Medal Award.