Best poster Flemming Jensen

Best poster award for Industrial PhD student Flemming Jensen

Friday 04 Nov 16

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At the recently held  Annual Anodizing Conference and Exposition in Montreal, Canada, organized by the Aluminium Anodisers Council (AAC), Industrial PhD student Flemming Jensen from DTU Mechanical Engineering received the Best Poster Award. Flemming Jensen is also employed at Bang & Olufsen.

Flemming Jensen's poster was based on the article “In-situ Temperature Measurement during High Frequency Pulse Anodising of Aluminium” authored by F. Jensen, V. C. Gudla, Ib Kongstad, and R. Ambat.

The Aluminum Anodizers Council (AAC) is the international trade association of firms engaged in aluminum anodizing and whose mission it is to support members—and users of anodized aluminum—through education, advocacy and promotion.

The AAC invites students engaged in electrochemistry, metallurgy, chemistry, materials science, metal forming, and related engineering disciplines to present their work at a poster session during the Annual Anodizing Conference and Exposition in Montreal, Canada. The Student Poster Session provided a forum where students could present their research to an interested audience of industry professionals. The Academic Task Force collected entries for the event and the posters were presented to three judges. In the end, three posters were chosen as equal winners including the poster presented by Flemming Jensen.

Research work in the poster was connected to the use of High Frequency Pulse Anodising for aluminium alloys focusing on finding the basic mechanism –a technique that potentially can offer many advantages compared to traditional DC anodising.