Daryl R. Williams

Imperial College
Department of Chemical Engineering
South Kensington Campus
Exhibition Road
London United Kingdom SW7 2AZ
Email: d.r.williams@imperial.ac.uk

Biographical Sketch:
2012: Reader in Particle Science 2012: Director of Development -Discovery Space 2008-2011: Director of Pilot Plant Project 2003-2007: Director of External Relations 1994: EPSRC Advanced Fellow, Chemical Engineering Department, Imperial College London. 1991-1994: Research Fellow, Chemical Engineering Department, Imperial College London. 1986-1990:PhD Chemical Engineering Department, Imperial College London - My current research interests focus on the particulate materials and material surfaces and their role in product manufacture including both biological and non-biological materials. I have developed a number of novel and leading edge methods for determining a range of surface and bulk physicochemical properties of powders and particulate materials including mechanical, topographical, chromatographic and surface properties. Recent studies have included studies of protein aggregation, protein crystallisation and freeze drying. The Surfaces and Particle Engineering Laboratory (SPEL) group has world leading expertise in gravimetric charactisation methods as well as inverse chromatographic methods, having pioneered many of these approaches.

67 Characterization of Silica Modified with Silanes Using Thermogravimetric Analysis Combined with Infrared Detection