He was founding Co-Director of the McMaster Advanced Control Consortium (MACC) and the Associate Director of the McMaster Institute for Polymer Production Technology.
What does MIPPT stand for?
MIPPT stands for McMaster Institute for Polymer Production Technology (McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada)
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McMaster Institute for Polymer Production Technology The McMaster Institute for Polymer Production Technology (MIPPT) is a research organization whose goals include: - carrying out applied research in areas of strategic interest to polymer production companies; - developing an understanding of fundamental polymerization processes; - providing a means of transferring to industry the advanced production technology developed in the institute; - using the institute facilities to train scientists and engineers in the modern theory and practice of polymer science and engineering.