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New Methodology for Formulation Shelf-life Stability
Formulation technology is increasing in importance for development within many industrial sectors. Most chemical products today are being used in a formulation. This means that formulation ingredients as solvents, surfactants and polymers are used to design the product to desired properties with respect to viscosity, stability, and homogeneity. This concerns consumer products developed for pharmaceutical and cosmetic applications, as well as products for industrial applications (lubricants, coatings etc).
At YKI a diploma work is planned to develop a new automated instrument for studies of formulation stability – the Turbiscan AGS. The objective of the work is to develop new application for studies of formulation shelf-life stability. The diploma study will involve experimental as well as theoretical work.
Program in chemistry/chemical engineering or related topics
Start: Spring term 2008 (early). 30 credit points.
To apply/for further information
Contact Jonas Gustafsson, YKI
Tel: +46 8 5010 6098
YKI, Institute for Surface Chemistry, is the internationally leading industrial research institute in applied surface and colloid chemistry. YKI’s clients come from many industrial sectors e.g. materials, industrial chemicals, household and personal care products, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, food, coatings, paint, engineering, paper, print and packaging. The business model of YKI is to understand the needs of our clients and use surface chemistry to solve industrial problems and provide the basis for new products and processes. YKI is part of the SP Group. YKI is located in a research-intensive area on the campus of the technical university (KTH) in Stockholm. See www.yki.se for further information.
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