MARTIN A. HUBBE, Ph.D.
Professor & (919) 513-3022 (direct)
Buckman Distinguished Scientist (919) 515-2888 (department)
Department of Forest Biomaterials (919) 515-6302 (FAX)
North Carolina State University, Box 8005 firstname.lastname@example.org
Raleigh, NC 27695-8005 http://www4.ncsu.edu/~hubbe
Clarkson University Ph.D., 1984 Research area: Detachment of
Potsdam, NY Chemistry Colloidal Hydrous Oxide Spheres
Institute of Paper M.S., 1979 Thesis area: Retention of Fine
Chem., Appleton, WI Paper Technol. Particles during Paper Manufacture
Thomas J. Watson Fellowship year Project: Corrosivity of Paper
Foundation 1976-1977 Machine Process Waters
Colby College B.A., 1976 With honors
Waterville, ME Chemistry
1998 to present: North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.
Professor, Dept. of Wood & Paper Science.
Director of Buckman Wet-End Chem. Research Program.
Director of department’s distance education program.
Founding co-editor of BioResources.com peer-reviewed journal devoted to the science of lignocellulosic materials.
Research focus: Colloidal chemistry, polyelectrolyte interactions, electrokinetic phenomena, adhesive properties of polyampholytes
1986-1998: International Paper, Corporate Research Center, Tuxedo, NY Principal Scientist, Paper Science group.
Product development, papermaking chemistry, strength additives, dyes, online charge control, paper machine process optimization
1983-1986: American Cyanamid Co., Stamford, CT (now Cytec Industries); Research Associate.
Development of alkaline sizing chemicals and their interactions with cationic starches and synthetic dry-strength resins.
1979 summer: Finnish Pulp & Paper Res. Inst., Helsinki, Finland
1978 summer: Consolidated Paper Co., Wisconsin Rapids, WI
1976 summer: S. D. Warren Paper Research, Westbrook, ME
1972-75 summers: Great Northern Nekoosa Paper, Millinocket, ME
Hubbe: Selected Publications
Song, J., Yamaguchi, T., Silva, D. J., Hubbe, M. A., and Rojas, O. J. (2010). “Effect of charge asymmetry on adsorption and phase separation of polyampholytes on silica and cellulose surfaces,” J. Phys. Chem. B 114(2), 719-727.
Chen, H., Park, A., Heitmann, J. A., and Hubbe, M. A. (2009). "Importance of cellulosic fines relative to the dewatering rates of fiber suspensions," Ind. Eng. Chem. Res. 48(20), 9106-9112.
Wu, N., Hubbe, M. A., Rojas, O. J., and Park, S. (2009). "Permeation of polyelectrolytes and other solutes into the pore spaces of water-swollen cellulose: A review," BioRes. 4(3), 1222-1262.
Hubbe, M. A., Nanko, H., and McNeal, M. R. (2009). “Retention aid polymer interactions with cellulosic surfaces and suspensions: A Review,” BioRes. 4(2), 850-906.
Hubbe, M. A., and King, K. (2009). Cost-Saving Strategies in Papermaking Chemistry, TAPPI Press, Atlanta, 237 pp.
Lee, S. Y., and Hubbe, M. A. (2009). “Morphologies of synthetic mineral microparticles for papermaking as a function of synthetic conditions,” Colloids Surf. A 339(1-3), 118-125.
Hubbe, M. A., Chen, H., and Heitmann, J. A. (2009). "Permeability reduction phenomena in packed beds, fiber mats, and wet webs of paper exposed to flow of liquids and suspensions: A review," BioRes. 4(1), 405-451.
Hubbe, M. A., and Rojas, O. J. (2008). “Colloidal stability and aggregation of lignocellulosic materials in aqueous suspension: A review,” BioResources 3(4), 1419-1491.
Hubbe, M. A. (2008). “Accurate charge-related measurements of samples from the wet end: Testing at low electrical conductivity,” Paper Technol. 49(6), 21-26.
Lee, S. Y., and Hubbe, M. A. (2008). “Polyelectrolyte titrations of synthetic mineral microparticle suspensions to evaluate charge characteristics,” Colloids and Surfaces A, 331, 175-182.
Hubbe, M. A., Heitmann, J. A., and Cole, C. A. (2008). “Water release from fractionated stock suspensions. 2. Effects of consistency, flocculants, shear, and order of mixing,” TAPPI J. 7(8), 14-19.
Cole, C. A., Hubbe, M. A., and Heitmann, J. A. (2008). “Water release from fractionated stock suspensions. 1. Effects of the amounts and types of fiber fines,” TAPPI J. 7(7), 28-32.
Wu, N., Hubbe, M. A., Rojas, O. J., and Yamaguchi, T. (2008). “Penetration of high-charge cationic polymers into silica gel particles and cellulosic fibers,” Proceedings of the 2nd IPEC Conference, Tianjin, China, Book B, 626-649.
Hubbe, M. A., Rojas, O. J., Lucia, L. A., and Sain, M. (2008). “Cellulosic nanocomposites, A review,” BioRes. 3(3), 929-980.
Hubbe, M. A., Pawlak, J. J., and Koukoulas, A. A. (2008). "Paper's appearance: A review," BioRes. 3(2), 627-665.
Hubbe, M. A., Venditti, R. A., and Rojas, O. J. (2007). "What happens to cellulosic fibers during papermaking and recycling? A review," BioRes. 2(4), 739-788.
Hubbe, M. A., Rojas, O. J., Lucia, L. A., and Jung, T. M. (2007). “Consequences of the Nanoporosity of Cellulosic Fibers on their Streaming Potential and their Interactions with Cationic Polyelectrolytes,” Cellulose 14(6), 655-671.
Hubbe, M. A. and Panczyk, M. (2007). “Dewatering of refined, bleached hardwood kraft pulp by gravity, vacuum, and centrifugation with applied pressure. Part 1. Physical and ionic effects,” O Papel 68(10), 74-87.
Hubbe, M. A., and Heitmann, J. A. (2007). "Review of factors affecting the release of water from cellulosic fibers during paper manufacture," BioRes. 2(3), 500-533.
Wang, Y., Hubbe, M. A., Rojas, O. J., Argyropoulos, D. S., Wang, X., and Sezaki, T. (2007). “Charge and dry-strength performance of polyampholytes. Part 3. Streaming potential analysis,” Colloids Surf. A 301(1), 33-40.
Hubbe, M. A., Rojas, O. J., Lee, S. Y., Park, S., and Wang, Y. (2007). “Distinctive electrokinetic behavior of nanoporous silica particles treated with cationic polyelectrolyte,” Colloids and Surfaces A 292(2), 271-278.
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