Student Posters

Clemson students were asked to submit posters that report the results of original research based on accepted scientific practices, case studies and literature reviews dealing with food waste and sustainability through the entire food value chain

Posters will be displayed during the Reception on Tuesday, September 20 and students will be present to answer any questions.

Click on each poster image to download a PDF of the poster.

Effect of Chlorine dioxide Gas Exposure on the Properties of Packaging Materials Used for Produce

Effect of Chlorine dioxide Gas Exposure on the Properties of Packaging Materials Used for Produce

submitted by Duleeka Kuruwita Arachchige, Food, Nutrition, and Packaging Sciences

The Modern Peach Consumer

The Modern Peach Consumer

submitted by Deb Hutchins, Food, Nutrition, and Packaging Sciences

Kudzu Cellulose Nanocrystals Reinforced Bioplastic for Sustainable Packaging

Kudzu Cellulose Nanocrystals Reinforced Bioplastic for Sustainable Packaging

submitted by Sneh Bangar, Food, Nutrition, and Packaging Sciences

Life Cycle Analysis: Comparing Compostable Foodware to Expanded Polystyrene and Reusable Products

Life Cycle Analysis- Comparing Compostable Foodware to Expanded Polystyrene and Reusable Products

submitted by Jill Lee, Biosystems Engineering, Cassidy Nosenzo, Biology and Sarah Dumont, Food, Nutrition, and Packaging Sciences

Evaluation of a mobile GIS data collection application combined with differential GPS for high accuracy field scouting

Evaluation of a mobile GIS data collection application combinedwith differential GPS for high accuracy field scouting

submitted by Dillan Burkett, Agricultural Sciences and Aaron Turner, Agricultural Sciences

EDEN: The Restaurant of the Future

EDEN The Restaurant of the Future

submitted by Will Sutton, Mathematical Sciences, Kelly Cochran, Biosystems Engineering and Ethan Wood, General Engineering

Aluminum Cups: Sustainable or Greenwashing?

web Aluminum Cups Sustainable or Greenwashing

submitted by Sarah Dumont, Packaging Science

Enabling a Circular Lifecyclefor Lignin-Derived Non­Isocyanate Polyurethane Foams

web Enablinga Circular Lifecyclefor Lignin-Derived Non­Isocyanate Polyurethane Foams_

submitted by Anna Evancho, Engineering

GPS Time-Based Radio Frequency Identification System for Cotton Module Traceability

GPS Time Based Radio Frequency Identification System for Cotton Module Traceability

submitted by Brennan Teddy, Agricultural Sciences and Aaron Turner, Agricultural Sciences

Lignin as a biopolymer for sustainable plastics development

web Lignin as a biopolymer for sustainable plastics development

submitted by Kavya Ganesan, Department of Automotive Engineering

Biobased and Chemically Recyclable Polysulfones

web Biobased and Chemically Recyclable Polysulfones

submitted by Vitasta Jain, Materials Science & Engineering