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Dr. Wayne M. Bundy

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President

Industrial Minerals Research and Development
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Local Address: Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
Industrial Minerals
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Playhouse Yard, London EC4V 5EX
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Background

Employment History

  • Vice President Technology
    Georgia Kaolin Company

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • M.A.
    Indiana University
  • Ph.D.
  • doctoral degree
    Indiana University
Web References
TAPPI -- leading technical association for the pulp, paper, and converting industry.
www.tappi.com, 9 July 2006 [cached]
Wayne M. Bundy, Ph.D. received the TAPPI Coating and Graphic Arts Division Technical Award and Charles W. Englehard Medallion at the 2005 TAPPI Coating Conference and Exhibit.This award recognized outstanding accomplishments or contributions which have advanced the industry,s technology.
Dr. Bundy is recognized as one of the industry,s outstanding kaolin experts, contributing significantly to the scientific knowledge concerning the use of kaolin in paper coatings and as a filler.Over a 35 year career, he was one of the outstanding leaders in developing kaolins for use as a prime paper coating pigment.He worked extensively with precipitated calcium carbonate and was a proponent of mixing carbonate and kaolin in order to maximize the positive attributes of both of these pigments.He was one of the first scientists to relate the physico-chemical properties of kaolinite to paper coating quality.Dr. Bundy was also a pioneer in using high bulking kaolin pigments in improving the opacity and other coating characteristics in paper coating.
A graduate of Indiana University, Dr. Bundy earned his M.A. in 1954 and his doctoral degree in 1957.He began his career as a geologic assistant with the New Mexicao Bureau of Mines before joining the Indiana Geological Survey as a petrographer until 1957.He then became the chief mineralogist at Georgia Kaolin Company and was later promoted to Director of Research and Vice-President of Research.In 1987, he became the Vice-President of Technology, serving in that position until his retirement in 1991.
A TAPPI member since 1960, Dr. Bundy has been active in the Coating Division,s Pigments Committee for more than 30 years.He has presented several outstanding papers for TAPPI,s Coating Conferences, the Canadian Pulp and Paper Insitute and the Clay Minerals Society.He has also contributed to the industry,s technical progress through his publications in TAPPI JOURNAL and other trade publications, and his nine patents.Dr. Bundy was named a TAPPI Fellow in 1994 in recognition of his meritorious service to the Association and the industry.
In addition to his TAPPI activities, Dr. Bundy was a member of The Clay Minerals Society, serving as President from 1984-85, as well as the International Clay Minerals Association.
TAPPI -- leading technical association for the pulp, paper, and converting industry.
www.tappi.org, 21 Oct 2005 [cached]
Wayne M. Bundy, Ph.D. received the TAPPI Coating and Graphic Arts Division Technical Award and Charles W. Englehard Award at the 2005 TAPPI Coating Conference and Exhibit.This award recognizes outstanding accomplishments or contributions which have advanced the industry,s technology.
Dr. Bundy is recognized as one of the industry,s outstanding kaolin experts, contributing significantly to the scientific knowledge concerning the use of kaolin in paper coatings and as a filler.Over a 35 year career, Dr. Bundy was one of the outstanding leaders in developing kaolins for use as a prime paper coating pigment.He worked extensively with precipitated calcium carbonate and was a proponent of mixing carbonate and kaolin in order to maximize the positive attributes of both of these pigments.He was one of the first scientists to relate the physico-chemical properties of kaolinite to paper coating quality.Dr. Bundy was also a pioneer in using high bulking kaolin pigments in improving the opacity and other coating characteristics in paper coating.
A graduate of Indiana University, Dr. Bundy earned his M.A. in 1954 and his doctoral degree in 1957.Dr. Bundy began his career as a geologic assistant with the New Mexico Bureau of Mines before joining the Indiana Geological Survey as a petrographer until 1957.He then became the chief mineralogist at Georgia Kaolin Company and was later promoted to Director of Research and Vice-President of Research.In 1987, he became the Vice-President of Technology, serving in that position until his retirement in 1991.
A TAPPI member since 1960, Dr. Bundy has been active in the Coating Division,s Pigments Committee for more than 30 years.He has presented several outstanding papers for TAPPI,s Coating Conferences, the Canadian Pulp and Paper Institute and the Clay Minerals Society.He has also contributed to the industry,s technical progress through his publications in Tappi Journal and other trade publications, and his nine patents.Dr. Bundy was named a TAPPI Fellow in 1994 in recognition of his meritorious service to the Association and the industry.<.p>
In addition to his TAPPI activities, Dr. Bundy was a member of The Clay Minerals Society, serving as President from 1984-85, as well as the International Clay Minerals Association.
Associates
www.hhmurray.com, 15 Jan 2003 [cached]
Dr. Wayne M. Bundy: Retired Vice President-Technology of Georgia Kaolin Co.Paper Coating Expert.
Greenwood Publishing Group
www.oryxpress.com, 28 Dec 2001 [cached]
Wayne M. BundyGreenwood Publishing Group
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Wayne M. Bundy
WAYNE M. BUNDY holds a doctorate in geology and until his retirement specialized in clay minerology and geochemistry.He has worked for the New Mexico Bureau of Mines, the Indiana Geological Survey, and as Vice President of Technology for the Georgia Kaolin Co.He has published articles in the journals of his field and holds nine U.S.patents.This is the second of his two recent books on the topic of innovation and creativity.
Books by this author:
Innovation, Creativity, and Discovery in Modern Organizations
Greenwood Publishing Group
www.greenwood.com, 28 Dec 2001 [cached]
Wayne M. BundyGreenwood Publishing Group
...
Wayne M. Bundy
WAYNE M. BUNDY holds a doctorate in geology and until his retirement specialized in clay minerology and geochemistry.He has worked for the New Mexico Bureau of Mines, the Indiana Geological Survey, and as Vice President of Technology for the Georgia Kaolin Co.He has published articles in the journals of his field and holds nine U.S.patents.This is the second of his two recent books on the topic of innovation and creativity.
Books by this author:
Innovation, Creativity, and Discovery in Modern Organizations
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