Faculty of Performance, Visual Arts & Communications

School of Design

Stephen Burkinshaw

Professor of Textile Chemistry

0113 34 33700

Clothworkers Building South, Room 2.01

BSc, PhD (Bradford)


Biography

Professor Burkinshaw holds the Chair in Textile Chemistry. He is a colour chemist by training and has carried out research in many aspects of coloration, mostly in collaboration with many of the world’s largest chemical companies. During his time at Leeds, he has held several senior posts including Head of the School of Design and Dean of the Faculty of Performance, Visual Arts and Communication. He has supervised over 75 PhD and MSc students, as well as several postdoctoral research scientists; he is currently Honorary Editor of the Elsevier journal, Dyes and Pigments which is the leading colour chemistry scientific journal.

Research Interests

Professor Burkinshaw’s research interests concern the chemistry and application of dyes and pigments, colour measurement and textile finishing. He has published extensively across a wide range of research areas in scientific journals, books and patents. His research activities have so far resulted in the formation of the University of Leeds spin-out company, Xeros Ltd., a new company focused on the development of “virtually waterless” laundry cleaning. Xeros is the brand name for a patented polymer based cleaning that creates step-change advantage in the cost and environmental impact of aqueous cleaning.

 

Responsibilities

Professor Burkinshaw is the coordinator and host of the School of Design Research Colloquia.

Publications

Books

  • Burkinshaw SM (1999) Textile dyeing and printing. Leeds University Press.

  • Burkinshaw SM (1995) Chemical Principles of Synthetic Fibre Dyeing. 1. Glasgow: Chapman and Hall.

  • Burkinshaw SM (1995) Chemical principles of synthetic fibre dyeing. Chapman and Hall.

  • Burkinshaw SM (1989) Proceedings of the International Conference on Chemistry and Application of Reactive Dyes. University of Leeds.

Journal Articles

  • Burkinshaw SM; Salihu G (2013) “The wash-off of dyeings using interstitial water. Part 4: Disperse and reactive dyes on polyester/cotton fabric”, Dyes and Pigments. 99: 548-560.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Jeong DS (2012) “The dyeing of poly(lactic acid) fibres with disperse dyes using ultrasound: Part 1 - Initial studies”, Dyes and Pigments. 92.3: 1025-1030.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Jeong DS (2012) “The dyeing of poly(lactic acid) fibres with disperse dyes using ultrasound: Part 2 - Fastness”, Dyes and Pigments. 92.3: 988-994.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Hewitt AD; Blackburn RS; Russell SJ (2012) “The Dyeing of Nonwoven Fabrics Part 1: Initial Studies”, Dyes and Pigments. 94: 592-598.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Howroyd J; Kumar N; Kabambe O (2011) “The wash-off of dyeings using interstitial water: Part 3. Disperse dyes on polyester”, DYES PIGMENTS. 91.3: 340-349.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Howroyd J; Kumar N; Kabambe O (2011) “The wash-off of dyeings using interstitial water part 2: Bis(aminochlorotriazine) reactive dyes on cotton”, DYES PIGMENTS. 91.2: 134-144.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Negrou AM (2011) “The wash-off of dyeings using interstitial water part 1: Initial studies”, DYES PIGMENTS. 90.2: 177-190.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Paraskevas M (2011) “The dyeing of silk Part 4 heterobifunctional dyes”, DYES PIGMENTS. 88.3: 396-402.

  • Kim SH; Gwon SY; Burkinshaw SM; Son YA (2010) “The photo- and electrophysical properties of curcumin in aqueous solution.”, Spectrochim Acta A Mol Biomol Spectrosc. 76.3-4: 384-387.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Paraskevas M (2010) “The dyeing of silk Part 3: the application and wash-off of modified vinyl sulfone dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 88.2: 212-219.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Kabambe O (2010) “Attempts to reduce water and chemical usage in the wash-off of bifunctional reactive dyes from cotton: Part 2 bis(vinyl sulfone), aminochlorotriazine/vinyl sulfone and bis (aminochlorotriazine/vinyl sulfone) dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 88.2: 220-229.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Paraskevas M (2010) “The dyeing of silk Part 2: aftertreatment with natural and synthetic tanning agents”, Dyes and Pigments. 88.2: 156-165.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Kumar N (2010) “Polyvinyl alcohol as an aftertreatment: Part 3 direct dyes on cotton”, DYES PIGMENTS. 85.3: 124-132.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Kim S-H; Hwang S-Y; Gwon S-Y; Son Y-A (2010) “An anion sensor based on the displacement of 2,6-dichlorophenol-indo-o- cresol sodium salt from a water-soluble tetrasulfonated calix[4]arene”, Dyes and Pigments. 88.1: 84-87.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Paraskevas M (2010) “The dyeing of silk Part 1: Low temperature application of solubilised sulphur dyes using sodium thioglycolate”, Dyes and Pigments. 87.3: 225-233.

  • Burkinshaw S; Son Y-A (2010) “The dyeing of supermicrofibre nylon with acid and vat dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 87.2: 132-138.

  • Burkinshaw S; Kim S-H; Gwon S-Y (2010) “The synthesis and proton-induced spectral switching of a novel azine dye and its boron complex”, Dyes and Pigments. 87.3: 268-271.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Kabambe O (2009) “Attempts to reduce water and chemical usage in the removal of reactive dyes: Part 1 bis(aminochlorotriazine) dyes”, DYES PIGMENTS. 83.3: 363-374.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Kumar N (2009) “The mordant dyeing of wool using tannic acid and FeSO4, Part 1: Initial findings”, DYES PIGMENTS. 80.1: 53-60.

  • Zhang YQ; Westland S; Cheung V; Burkinshaw SM; Blackburn RS (2009) “A custom ink-jet printing system using a novel pretreatment method”, COLOR TECHNOL. 125.6: 357-365.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Kumar N (2008) “A tannic acid/ferrous sulfate aftertreatment for dyed nylon 6,6”, DYES PIGMENTS. 79.1: 48-53.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Jeong DS (2008) “The clearing of poly(lactic acid) fibres dyed with disperse dyes using ultrasound: Part 3”, DYES PIGMENTS. 77.2: 387-394.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Son YA (2008) “Stain resist treatments for nylon 6,6”, DYES PIGMENTS. 76.3: 650-655.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Kumar N (2008) “A polyvinyl alcohol aftertreatment for nylon 6,6 Part 2: complex formation”, Dyes and Pigments. 77: 86-91.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Jeong DE (2008) “‘The clearing of poly(lactic acid) fibres dyed with disperse dyes using ultrasound: Part 3”, Dyes and Pigments. 77: 384-397.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Jeong DE (2008) “‘The clearing of poly(lactic acid) fibres dyed with disperse dyes using ultrasound: Part 1 colorimetric analysis”, Dyes and Pigments. 77: 171-179.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Jeong DS (2008) “The clearing of poly(lactic acid) fibres dyed with disperse dyes using ultrasound: Part 2 - fastness”, DYES PIGMENTS. 77.1: 180-190.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Kumar N (2008) “The reduction clearing of dyed polyester: Part 1 Colour strength”, Dyes and Pigments. 76: 799-809.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Kumar N (2008) “Polyvinyl alcohol as an aftertreatment. Part 1: Initial studies”, DYES PIGMENTS. 77.1: 81-85.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Son Y (2006) “A comparison of the colour strength and fastness to repeated washing of acid dyes on standard and deep dyeable nylon 6,6”, Dyes and Pigments. 70: 156-163.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lagonika K (2006) “Sulphur dyes on nylon, Part 3: Preliminary studies of the nature of dye-fibre interaction”, Dyes and Pigments. 69.3: 185-191.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Son YA (2006) “Aftertreatment of disulfonated 1 : 2 pre-metallised acid dyeings on nylon 6,6 using a syntan in conjunction with a complexing agent”, DYES PIGMENTS. 70.2: 149-155.

  • Burgess TF; Burkinshaw SM; Vijayan AP (2006) “Adoption of a focal production innovation within a supply network”, International Journal of Management and Decision Making. 7.6: 628-642.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Bahojb-Allafan B (2004) “The development of a metal-free, tannic acid-based aftertreatment for nylon 6,6 dyed with acid dyes. Part 4: tannic acid”, DYES PIGMENTS. 62.2: 159-172.

  • Burkinshaw SM (2004) “Colour in relation to dentistry: fundamentals of colour science”, British Dental Journal. 196.1: 33-41.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Bahojb-Allafan B (2003) “The development of a metal-free, tannic acid-based aftertreatment for nylon 6,6 dyed with acid dyes—part 1: initial studies”, Dyes and Pigments. 58.3: 205-218.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lagonika K; Marfell DJ (2003) “Sulphur dyes on nylon 6,6 - part 2: the effects of reductant, oxidant and wash-off”, DYES PIGMENTS. 58.2: 157-170.

  • Yang J; Burkinshaw SM; Zhou J; Monkman AP; Brown PJ (2003) “Fabrication and Characteristics of 2-Acrylamido-2-methyl-1-propanesulfonic Acid-Doped Polyaniline Hollow Fibers”, Advanced Materials. 15.13: 1081-1084.

  • Blackburn RS; Burkinshaw SM (2003) “Treatment of cellulose with cationic, nucleophilic polymers to enable reactive dyeing at neutral pH without electrolyte addition”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 89.4: 1026-1031.

  • Burkinshaw SM (2003) “Masaru Matsuoka - (1942-2002)”, DYES PIGMENTS. 57.2: 97-97.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lagonika K; Marfell DJ (2003) “Sulphur dyes on nylon 6,6 - part 1: the effects of temperature and pH on dyeing”, DYES PIGMENTS. 56.3: 251-259.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Bahojb-Allafan B (2003) “The development of a metal-free, tannic acid-based aftertreatment for nylon 6,6 dyed with acid dyes-part 2: further studies”, Dyes and Pigments. 59.1: 71-97.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Bahojb-Allafan B (2003) “The development of a metal-free, tannic acid-based aftertreatment for nylon 6,6 dyed with acid dyes - Part 3: different enzymes”, Dyes and Pigments. 60: 91-102.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Froehling PE; Mignanelli M (2002) “The effect of hyperbranched polymers on the dyeing of polypropylene fibres”, DYES PIGMENTS. 53.3: 229-235.

  • Blackburn RS; Burkinshaw SM (2002) “A greener approach to cotton dyeings. Part 2: application of 1:2 metal complex acid dyes”, Green Chemistry. 4.3: 261-265.

  • Son Y; Burkinshaw SM; Marfell DJ (2002) “Aftertreatment of acid dyes on nylon 6,6 fibers to improve wetfastness and stain resistance”, AATCC REV. 2.4: 34-38.

  • Kim SH; Burkinshaw SM; Griffiths J (2002) “Masaru Matsuoka (1942-2002)”, DYES PIGMENTS. 53.1: 1-1.

  • Blackburn RS; Burkinshaw SM (2002) “A greener approach to cotton dyeings with excellent wash fastness”, GREEN CHEM. 4.1: 47-52.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Gandhi K; Collins GW; Taylor JM (2002) “A Novel Route for Obtaining a Peach Effect of Lyocell and its Blends”, AATCC Review. 2.4: 48-52.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Son Y (2001) “The aftertreatment of acid dyes on nylon 6,6 fibres. Part 1. 1:2 pre-metalised acid dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 48.1: 57-69.

  • Hinks D; Burkinshaw SM; Lewis DM; Renfrew AHM (2001) “Cationic fiber reactive dyes for cellulosic fibers”, AATCC REV. 1.5: 43-46.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Son Y; Bide M (2001) “The application of heterobifunctional reactive dyes to nylon 6,6: process modifications to achieve high efficiencies”, Dyes and Pigments. 48.3: 245-251.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Son YA; Bide MJ (2001) “The aftertreatment of acid dyes on nylon 6,6 fibres: Part 2. Non-metallised acid dyes”, DYES PIGMENTS. 48.3: 209-215.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Hinks D; Lewis DM; Renfrew AHM (2001) “Cationic Fibre-reactive Dyes for Cellulosic Fibres”, American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. National Technical Conference. Book of Papers. 1.5: 453-462.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Son Y; Bide M (2001) “The aftertreatment of acid dyes on nylon 6,6 fibres: Part 2. Non-metallised acid dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 48.3: 209-216.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Gotsopoulos A (2000) “The Adsorption of a Commercial Stainblocker on Nylon 6,6”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 77.1: 3062-3068.

  • Froheling PE; Burkinshaw SM (2000) “Dendric polymers; new concept for dyeable poly (propylene) fibers”, Chemical Fibers International. 50.1: 448-449.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Son Y; Chevli S (2000) “The fastness, to repeated washing, of reactive dyes and pre-metallised acid dyes on nylon 6,6”, Dyes and Pigments. 45.1: 43-49.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Mignanelli M; Froheling PE; Bide M (2000) “The use of dendrimers to modify the dyeing behaviour of reactive dyes on cotton”, Dyes and Pigments. 47.1: 259-267.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Chevli S; Marfell DJ (2000) “Printing of nylon 6,6 with reactive dyes part 1; preliminary studies”, Dyes and Pigments. 45.1: 235-242.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Chevli S; Marfell DJ (2000) “The Dyeing of Nylon 6,6 with Sulphur Dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 45: 65-74.

  • Blackburn RS; Burkinshaw SM; Gordon R (2000) “Dyeing of Cotton/Polyamide Blend Fabrics with 1:2 Metal Complex Acid Dyes”, Textile Chemist and Colorist. 32.12: 44-48.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Blackburn RS (2000) “Aftertreatment of acid dyes on conventional nylon 6,6 with a commercial syntan/cation system. Part 3: Improvements to the Fixogene AC system”, Society of Dyers and Colourists. Journal. 116.1: 3-9.

  • Anthoulias A; Burkinshaw SM (2000) “Theoretical and Practical aspects of the Tactel Coloursafe reactive dyeing system for modified nylon 6,6”, Dyes and Pigments. 47.1: 169-175.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Blackburn RS (1999) “Aftertreatment of 1:2 metal-complex acid dyes on conventional and microfibre nylon 6,6 with a commercial syntan/ cation system. Part 2: Repeated Washing”, Society of Dyers and Colourists. Journal. 116: 102-105.

  • Blackburn RS; Burkinshaw SM (1999) “The Aftertreatment of 1:2 Metal Complex Acid Dyes on Conventional and Microfibre Nylon 6,6 Using a Commercial Syntan/Cation System Parts I, II and III”, Society of Dyers and Colourists. Journal. 114, 115, 116: pp.96-100, 102-105,+.

  • Shin H; Ueda M; Burkinshaw SM (1999) “New Methods of Obtaining Patterned Dyeings on Cellulosic Fibres with Anionic Dyes:Photo Modification using a Metacyloyl Quatemary Ammonium Compound”, Dyes and Pigments. 41: 11-17.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Gotsopoulos A (1999) “Pretreatment of cotton to enhance its dyeability; Part 2. Direct Dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 42: 179-195.

  • Blackburn RS; Burkinshaw SM; Gandhi K (1999) “The Dyeing of Silk with Reactive Dyes, Part 1: Realan Dyes”, Advances in Colour Science and Technology. 2: 109-113.

  • Burkinshaw S; Katsarelias D (1999) “The multiple wash-off of reactive dyes on cotton”, Advances of Colour Science and Technology. 2.2: 152-160.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Griffiths J; Towns AD (1998) “Reversible Thermochromic Systems Based on pH-Sensitive Spirolactone-derived Functional Dyes”, Journal of Materials Chemistry. 1: 2677-2683.

  • Blackburn RS; Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW (1998) “The Application of Cationic Fixing Agents to Direct Dyed Cotton Under Different pH Conditions”, Society of Dyers and Colourists. Journal. 114: 317-320.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW (1998) “Aftertreatment to Reduce the Washdown of Leuco Sulphur Dyes on Cotton During Repeated Washing”, Society of Dyers and Colourists. Journal. 114.4: 165-168.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Graham C (1997) “Capillary Zone Electrophoresis Analysis of Chlorotriazinyl Reactive Dyes in Dyebath Effluent”, Dyes and Pigments. 34.4: 307-319.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Katsarelias D (1997) “The wash-off of reactive dyes on cellulosic fibres. Part 2: Monocholoro triazinyl dyes on cotton”, Dyes and Pigments. 33: 11-31.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW (1997) “Pad-dry and pad-flash cure aftertreatments to improve the wash fastness of sulphur dyes on cotton”, Dyes and Pigments. 33: 1-9.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Aitken D; Griffiths J; Towns AD (1996) “Textile applications of thermochromic systems”, Review of Progress in Coloration and Related Topics. 26: 1-8.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Jarvis AP (1996) “The use of chitosan in the dyeing of full chrome leather with reactive dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 31: 35-52.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Gotsopoulos A (1996) “The pre-treatment of cotton to enhance its dyeability with sulphur dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 32: 209-228.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Hallas G; Towns AD (1996) “Infrared camouflage”, Review of Progress in Coloration and Related Topics. 26: 47-53.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Maseka KD (1996) “Improvement of the wash fastness of non-metallised acid dyes on conventional and microfibre nylon 6.6”, Dyes and Pigments. 30: 21-42.

  • Burkinshaw SM (1996) “Developments in the dyeing of textiles”, None. 15: pp.2+.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Gandhi K (1996) “The dyeing of conventional and microfibre 6.6 with reactive dyes, Part 1: Chlorodifluoropyrimidinyl dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 32: 101-127.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Anthoulias A (1996) “The wash-off of reactive dyes on cellulosic fibres, Part 1: Dichlorotriazinyl dyes on cotton”, Dyes and Pigments. 31: 171-193.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Maseka KD (1996) “The dyeing of nylon 6.6 microfibre”, Dyes and Pigments. 30: 105-128.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Katsarelias D (1995) “A study of the wash-off and aftertreatment of dichlorotriazinyl reactive dyes on cotton”, Dyes and Pigments. 29: 139-153.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Graham C (1995) “Recycling of Exhausted Reactive Dyebaths”, Dyes and Pigments. 28: 193-206.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Krishna R (1995) “The dyeing of lyocell fabric with direct dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 27: 113-122.

  • Bahrini Z; Burkinshaw SM (1995) “A study of the dyeing of cotton with commercial dichlorotriazinyl reactive dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 27: 169-182.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW (1995) “Aftertreatments to improve the wash fastness of sulphur dyeings on cotton”, Dyes and Pigments. 29: 323-344.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Kim JP (1995) “The efficiency of various carriers of the dyeing of an acrylic fibre”, Society of Dyers and Colourists. Journal. 111: 107-110.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lu JG (1994) “Dyeing in the presence of free radical initiators - Part VII: The dyeing of silk fibres”, Dyes and Pigments. 26: 1-14.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW (1994) “Dyeing in the presence of free radical initiators - Part V: The effects of radical initiators on nylon 6,6”, Dyes and Pigments. 24: 59-74.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lu JG (1994) “Dyeing in the presence of free radical initiators - Part VI: The dyeing of wool with disperse dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 25: 205-227.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Leonard C (1994) “The dyeing of tencel - Part 2: Sulphur dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 26: 139-147.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW (1994) “The dyeing of conventional and microfibre nylon 6.6 with reactive disperse dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 25: 31-48.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Willmott N (1994) “The dyeing of tencel - Part 1: Reactive dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 26: 129-138.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Skelton H (1994) “The dyeing of an experimental nylon 4.6 fibre”, Dyes and Pigments. 26: 15-32.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Badri BM (1993) “Dyeing of wool and nylon 6,6 with Henna and Lawsone”, Dyes and Pigments. 22.1: 15-25.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Hallas G (1993) “The synthesis and application of aziridinyl disperse dyes”, Society of Dyers and Colourists. Journal. 109: 78-85.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lu JG (1993) “Dyeing in the presence of free radical initiators - Part IV: The effect of radical initiators on the dyeing of nylon 6,6 with anthraquinone and quinophthalone disperse dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 22: 207-222.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lu JG (1993) “Dyeing in the presence of free radical initiators - Part II: The dyeing of nylon 6 with disperse dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 22.2: 69-81.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Kim JP (1993) “The Effect of o-Phenyl Phenol on the Dyeing of an Acrylic Fiber with Basic Dyes”, Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 49: 1647-1652.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lu JG (1993) “Dyeing in the presence of free radical initiators - Part I: The dyeing of polyester fabric with CI disperse yellow 54”, Dyes and Pigments. 21.3: 185-203.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lu JG (1993) “Dyeing in the presence of free radical initiators - Part III: The dyeing of nylon 6,6 with nitrodiphenylamine and azo disperse dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 22: 131-149.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Aitken D (1993) “The effect of carriers on the dyeing of courtelle s”, Dyes and Pigments. 23: 225-242.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Karim MF (1993) “Chitosan in leather production - Part VI: The enhancement of uptake of anionic dyes on crusted and dyed-through leather”, Society of Leather Technologists and Chemists. Journal. 77: 14-18.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Karim MF (1992) “Chitosan in leather production - Part V: The enhancement of uptake of direct and sulphur dyes on heavily retanned leather”, Society of Leather Technologists and Chemists. Journal. 76: 205-209.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Karim MF (1992) “Chitosan in leather production - Part III: Build-up properties of chitosan pretreated full-chrome and heavily retanned leather”, Society of Leather Technologists and Chemists. Journal. 76: 54-57.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Karim MF (1992) “Chitosan in leather production - Part II: Further studies of the dyeing behaviour of chitosan treated leather”, Society of Leather Technologists and Chemists. Journal. 76: 11-16.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Karim MF (1992) “Chitosan in leather production - Part IV: The enhancement of uptake anionic dyes on heavily retanned leather”, Society of Leather Technologists and Chemists. Journal. 76: 132-136.

  • Aitken D; Burkinshaw SM (1992) “The effect of benzyl alcohol on the glass transition temperature and dyeing behaviour of wet Courtelle S using DMA”, Dyes and Pigments. 18: 23-33.

  • Aitken D; Burkinshaw SM (1992) “The effect of carriers on the dyeing of courtelle s”, Society of Dyers and Colourists. Journal. 108: 219-225.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Kim JP (1991) “The effect of carriers on the diffusion parameters of cationic dyes within acrylic fibre”, None. 28: 565-572.

  • Burkinshaw SM (1991) “The adsorption of a synthetic tanning agent on nylon 6,6”, None. 38.7: 51-56.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Nikolaides NF (1991) “Further studies of the use of commercial syntans as anionic dye-resist agents for wool”, Dyes and Pigments. 16: 299-308.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Karim MF (1991) “Chitosan in leather production - Part I: Interaction of chitosan with hide powder”, Society of Leather Technologists and Chemists. Journal. 75: 203-209.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Kim JP (1991) “Consideration of the action of carriers in the cationic dyebath”, None.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Nikolaides NF (1991) “A commerical syntan as an anionic dye resist agent for wool”, Dyes and Pigments. 15: 225-238.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lei XP; Lewis DM; Easton JR; Parton B; Phillips DAS (1990) “Modificatrion of cellulose to improve its dyeability - Part II: Pretreating cotton with a thiourea derivative of polyamide-epichlorohydrin resins”, Society of Dyers and Colourists. Journal. 106: 307-315.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lewis DM; Lei XP (1989) “Modification of cotton to improve its dyeability - Part 1: Pretreating cotton with a reactive polyamide-epichlorohydrin resin”, Society of Dyers and Colourists. Journal. 105: 391-398.

  • Burkinshaw SM (1986) “Textile applications of dielectric heating”, None. 33: 83-86.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Marshall WJ (1986) “Continuous dyeing of piece goods using radio frequency heating - Part I: Characteristics of dielectric heating in relation to dyeing”, Society of Dyers and Colourists. Journal. 102: 263-268.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Marshall WJ (1986) “Continuous dyeing of piece goods using radio frequency heating - Part II: Migration induced during dyeing”, Society of Dyers and Colourists. Journal. 105: 336-341.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Marshall WJ; Leicester S (1985) “The use of radio frequency heating in continuous dyeing”, Textile Month. 5: 17-23.

  • Burkinshaw S; Kabambe O “Attempts to reduce water and chemical usage in the wash-off of reactive dyes from cotton: Part 1 bis(aminochlorotriazine) dyes”, Dyes and Pigments. 83: 363-374.

Chapters

  • Burkinshaw SM; Towns AD; Griffiths J (1999) “The development of thermochromic pigments and inks: a mechanistic study”, In: Dye and Pigment Chemistry. Leeds University Press. 174-183

  • Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW; Gandhi K; Taylor JM (1998) “The dyeing of lyocell with reactive dyes”, In: Burkinshaw SM (eds.) colour science 98'. textile dyeing and printing. Royal Society of Chemistry, Cambridge. 51-59

  • Burkinshaw SM (1993) “The use of chitosan to enhance the uptake of anionic dyes on heavily retanned leather”, In: Kennedy JF; Phillips GO; Williams PA (eds.) Cellulosics: Materials for Selective Separations and other Technologies. London: Ellis Horwood.

  • Burkinshaw SM (1993) “The dyeing of polyester and polyacrylonitrile fibres”, In: Brody H (eds.) Synthetic Fibre Materials. Synthetic Fibre Materials. 93-127

  • Burkinshaw SM (1993) “The use of chitosan to enhance the uptake of anionic dyes on heavily retanned leather”, In: Kennedy JF; Phillips GO; Williams PA (eds.) Materials for Selective Separations and other Technologies. Materials for Selective Separations and other Technologies. 353-360

  • Burkinshaw SM (1992) “Premetallised acid dyes”, In: Lewis DM (eds.) The Dyeing of Wool. Society of Dyers and Colourists. 196-221

  • Burkinshaw SM (1990) “The Application of Dyes”, In: Waring D; Hallas G (eds.) The Chemistry and Application of Reacitve Dyes. The Chemistry and Application of Reacitve Dyes. 237-380

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lewis DM (1989) “Modification of cellulose to improve its dyeability with reactive dyes”, In: Burkinshaw SM; Lewis DM (eds.) Proceedings of the International Conference on the Chemistry and Application of Reactive Dyes. Department of Colour Chemistry and Dyeing. 62-70

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lewis DM (1989) “Reactive dyeing of wool”, In: Burkinshaw SM; Lewis DM (eds.) Proceedings of the International Conference on the Chemistry and Applicaiton of Reactive Dyes. Department of Colour Chemistry. 138-149

  • Burkinshaw SM “The dyeing of polyester and polyacrylonitrile fibres”, In: Brody HA (eds.) Synthetic Fibre Materials. Harlow: Longman.

Conferences

  • Henry PM; Westland S; Burkinshaw SM; Cheung TLV (2005) How well can people predict subtractive mixing?. 13th Color Imaging Conference : 85-88.

  • Burgess TF; Burkinshaw SM; Vijayan AP (2004) Diffusing digital ink-jet printing as a production innovation in the printed textiles industry. Proceedings: 2nd World Conference on POM 2nd World Conference on POM.

  • Burgess TF; Burkinshaw SM; Vijayan AP (2004) The diffusion of digital inkjet printing in the Textile industry. Proceedings: 11th EUROMA International Conference 11th EUROMA International Conference.

  • Burkinshaw SM (2003) An environmentally friendly aftertreatment for nylon 6.6. Proceedings: International Conference of Dyeing and Finishing, EXCO International Conference of Dyeing and Finishing, EXCO.: 33-46.

  • Burkinshaw SM (2003) An environmentally friendly aftertreatment for nylon 6,6 dyed with acid dyes. Proceedings: Proceedings of the International Conference on Dyeing and Finishing, EXCO, Daegu, Korea Proceedings of the International Conference on Dyeing and Finishing, EXCO, Daegu, Korea.: 34-46.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Bahojb-Allafan B (2002) A modified backtanning method for acid dyes on nylon 6,6. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 2002 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, Charlotte Proceedings of the 2002 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, Charlotte.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Marfell DJ; Son YA (2002) The aftertreatment of acid dyes on nylon fibres to improve the wet fastness properties and resistance to stains. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 2000 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition Proceedings of the 2000 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition.: 417-425.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lagonika K (2002) The dyeing of nylon 6,6 with sulphur dyes. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 2002 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, Charlotte Proceedings of the 2002 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, Charlotte.

  • Blackburn RS; Burkinshaw SM; Jones LD (2002) Observations on the UK-TO Wash Fastness Testing Protocol. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 2002 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists International Conference & Exhibition Proceedings of the 2002 American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists International Conference & Exhibition.

  • Blackburn RS; Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW; Gordon R (2001) Pre-treatment of cotton to facilitate Part 1: Dyeing with acid dyes, Part 2: No salt, no alkali dyeing with reactive dyes. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 2001 6th Asian Textile Conference, Hong Kong Proceedings of the 2001 6th Asian Textile Conference, Hong Kong.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW; Gordaon R (2001) RS Blackburn, SM Burkinshaw, GW Collins and R Gordon R, ‘Pre-treatment of cotton to facilitate Part 1: dyeing with acid dyes, Part 2: No salt, no alkali dyeing with reactive dyes’. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 6th Asian Textile Conference, Hong Kong, 2001.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Blackburn RS (2000) Pre-treatment of cotton to facilitate no salt, no alkali, neutral pH dyeing with a range of reactive dyes. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 2000 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition Proceedings of the 2000 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition.: 30-41.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Marfell DJ; Son YA (2000) The aftertreatment of acid dyes on nylon fibres to improve the wet fastness properties and resistance to stains. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 2000 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, 417-425.

  • burkinshaw S; Blackburn RS; Gordon R (2000) Pre-treatment of cotton to facilitate no salt, no alkali, neutral pH dyeing with a range of reactive dyes. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 2000 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, 30-41.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lewis DM; Renfrew AHM (1999) Cationic fibre-reactive dyes for cellulosic and polyamide fibres. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1999 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, 453-462.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Anthoulias A (1999) Theoretical and practical aspects of the Coloursafe dyeing system for modified nylon 6,6. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1999 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, Charlotte

  • Burkinshaw SM (1999) The dyeing of cotton/polyamide blend fabrics with 1:2 metal complex dyes. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1999 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, Charlotte, 426-433.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Chevli SN (1999) Printing of nylon 6,6 with reactive dyes part I - preliminary studies. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1999 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, 493-499.

  • Burkinshaw SM (1998) The dyeing of nylon 6,6 with reactive dyes. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1998 AATCC International Dyeing Symposium, 30-41.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Wills AE (1997) Dyeing nylon 6,6 with monochlorotriazine/sulphatoethylsulphone hetero bifunctional reactive dyes. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1997 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, 471-475.

  • Burkinshaw SM (1997) The aftertreatment of 2:1 pre-metallised acid dyes on nylon 6,6 using a commercial syntan/cation system. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1997 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, 90-96.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW (1997) The use and reuse of bromoacrylamido reactive dyes for conventional and microfibre nylon 6,6. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1997 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, 380-387.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Griffiths GN (1997) Novel retroreflective coatings on textiles. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1997 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, 4-18.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Katsarelias D (1997) The multiple wash-off of mono- and bis-monochlorotriazinyl reactive dyes on cotton. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1997 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, 97-104.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Gotsopoulos A (1997) ‘The effect of application conditions on the efficiency of a stainblocker on nylon 6,6 carpet. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1997 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, 201-205.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Gandhi K (1997) The effect of reactive dyes on the fibrillation of lyocell fabric. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1997 AATCC International Conference, 476-482.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Gotsopoulos A (1996) The adsorption of a commercial stainblocker on nylon 6,6. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1996 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, 173-184.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Gandhi K (1996) The dyeing and wash-off of dichlorotriazinyl reactive dyes on lyocell fabrics. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1996 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, 239-250.

  • Burkinshaw SM (1996) The effect of pH on the dyeing of nylon 6,6 with reactive dyes. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1996 AATCC International Conference, 520-531.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW (1996) Continuous dyeing with sulphur dyes: aftertreatments to improve the wash fastness. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1996 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, 296-303.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW; Gordon R (1995) Improvement of the wash fastness of sulphur dyeings on cotton. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1995 AATCC International Conference & Exhibition, 169-183.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Maseka D; Marfell D (1994) Improvement of the wet fastness of non-metallised acid dyes on conventional and microfibre nylon 6.6. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1994 AATCC International Conference, 151-166.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Lewis DM; Graham C (1993) Recycling of exhausted reactive dyebaths. Proceedings: Proceedings of the 1993 AATCC International Conference, 247-253.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Cox R; Catherall J; Aitken D; Price DM (1991) The effect of benzyl alcohol on the glass transition temperature and dyeing behaviour of wet Courtelle S. Proceedings: Journal of Applied Polymer Science: Applied Polymer Symposium,47 (1991) 271-280.

Patents

  • Burkinshaw SM (2012) Novel cleaning method. [Accepted]

  • Burkinshaw SM (2012) Novel cleaning method.

  • Burkinshaw SM (2012) Polymer Treatment Method.

  • Burkinshaw SM (2007) WO/2007/128962 Novel cleaning method.

  • Burkinshaw SM (2004) US 6780205 Vat acid dyeing.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Chevli SN; Hunt MO; Jones LD; Lewis DM (2004) EP 1423569 Vat acid dyeing of textile fibers.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW; Ghandi K; Taylor JM; Frankham SA (2003) EP1047828/Process for dyeing and finishing cellulosic fabrics.

  • Burkinshaw S (2001) Dyeing of Textiles. [Accepted]

  • Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW; Gandhi K; Taylor JM; Frankham SA (1999) WO 99/40251 Improvements in dyeing and finishing of cellulosic fabric.

  • Brown PJ; Burkinshaw SM (1998) GB 2 305 443 Method for Dyeing Synthetic Materials with Vat Dyestuffs.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW; Gordon R (1998) WO 98/37270 Dyeing of Textiles.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Brown PJ (1998) GB 2 305 443 Method for dyeing synthetic materials with vat dyestuffs.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Brown PJ (1998) NZ 290181 Novel Dyed Materials.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Collins GW; Gordon R (1998) WO 98/37269 Dyeing of Textiles.

  • Brown PJ; Burkinshaw SM (1997) US 5 607 483 Dyed Materials.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Brown PJ (1997) EP 0772709 Dyed materials.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Gordon R; Marfell DJ; Maseka KD (1994) US 5 350 422 Process for Improving the Fixation of Dyes on Materials Containing Amide Groups.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Hallas G; Dawson J (1991) GB 2 221 693 Azo Dyes.

  • Burkinshaw SM; Burdett BC (1987) EP 0209330 Methods and products for treating and colouring materials.

  • Burkinshaw S System zur farbabstimmung. [Accepted]

  • Burkinshaw S Novel dyed materials. [Accepted]

  • Burkinshaw S Colour matching system.

  • Burkinshaw S Dyeing synthetic materials. [Accepted]

  • Burkinshaw S Verbesserungen auf dem gebeit der bildverarbeitung. [Accepted]

  • Burkinshaw S Novel dyed materials. [Accepted]

  • Burkinshaw S Image processing for colour matching. [Accepted]

  • Burkinshaw S Novel dyed materials. [Accepted]

PhD & Postdoctoral Supervision

‘The effect of surface treatments on the dyeing properties of leather’; Mohammed Fazlul Karim; 1989.

 ‘Acid dye resist effects on wool’; Nikolaos F. Nikolaides; 1990.

 ‘Rapid low temperature dyeing of acrylic fibres’; Jaepil Kim; 1990.

 ‘The aggregation of bifunctional halotriazine-vinylsulphone reactive dyes in aqueous solution’; Kekulawalage Gauthamadasa; 1991.

 ‘The reactive dyeing of cellulosic fibres’; Xiaoping Lei; 1991.

 ‘Substantive bleaching agents for wool based on thiourea dioxide’; Jennifer Bronwyn Morgan; 1991.

 ‘The effects of dyebath additives on the dyeing of acrylic fibre with cationic dyes’; Daniel Aitken; 1992.

 ‘Free radical assisted dyeing’; Jiann Guang Lu; 1992.

 ‘The reactive dyeing of cotton to achieve improved fixation efficiency’; Kelvin Nicholas Tapley; 1992.

 ‘Cationic reactive dyes for cellulosic and polyamide fibres; David Hinks; 1993.

 ‘The scavenging of dyes from domestic wash liquors’; Mark Pople; 1993.

 ‘The improved wet fastness of dyeings on polyamide fibres’; Kakoma Django Kenneth Maseka; 1994.

 ‘The non-chrome tanning of hide’; Anthony Nicholas Jarvis; 1995.

 ‘The study of aromatic disulphides as used in sulphur dyeing’; Phillipa Bainbridge; 1995.

 ‘Analysis of chlorotriazinyl reactive dyes in textile effluent: implications for reuse and recycling’; Carol Graham; 1995.

 ‘Synthesis and application of novel aziridinyl azo disperse dyes’; Kong Hyun Sunwoo; 1996.

 ‘Aftertreatments to improve the wet fastness of several dye-fibre systems’; Geoffrey William Collins; 1997.

 ‘The dyeing of Lyocell fibres’; Kaushal Pinakin Gandhi; 1998.

 ‘Substantive Temperature/time indicators’; Graham Roy Heron; 1998.

 ‘Dyeings to enhance the wash fastness of elastane, nylon and polyester’; Alec Ernest Wills; 1998.

 ‘The dyeing and finishing of nylon-6,6’; Anastasios Gotsopoulos; 1999.

 ‘Novel retroreflective finishes’; Graham Neal Griffiths; 1999.

 ‘The wash-off behaviour of reactive dyes on cotton’; Dimitrios Katsarelias; 1999.

 ‘Methods to improve the dyeability of cotton’; Bon Chul Koo; 1999.

 ‘Durable finishing effects for several dye-fibre systems’; Richard Simon Blackburn; 1999.

 ‘Novel methods of dyeing and printing nylon 6.6 and other synthetic fibres’; Samit Narendra Chevli; 2000.

 ‘Dyeings of improved wash fastness on nylon 6.6’; Young-A Son; 2000.

 ‘Methods to improve the domestic wash fastness of direct dyes on cellulose; Matthew Sugdon; 2000.

 ‘Improving the fastness properties on suede leather’; Helen Katrina Tidy; 2002.

 ‘The interaction of reactive dyes with modified cellulose and polyamide substrates; Matthew Clark; 2002.

 ‘The reactive dyeing of nylon 6,6’; Anastasios Anthoulias; 2002.

 ‘Hybranes in dyeing and printing processes’; Massimiliano Mignanelli; 2002.

 ‘Improved ways of dyeing silk fabric’; Michael Paraskevas; 2002.

 ‘The effects of residual deteregent componenets on dyed and undyed fabric’; Sareer Rehman; 2003.

 ‘Novel methods of dyeing to enhance the wash fastness of synthetic fibres’; Lee Daniel Jones; 2004.

 ‘The synthesis and application of reactive dyes for cellulosic fibres’; Zaker Bahrini; 2004.

 ‘The development of a metal-free, tannic acid-based aftertreatment of nylon 6.6 dyed with acid dyes’; Babak Bahojb-Allafan; 2004.

 ‘The dyeing of nylon 6.6 with sulphur dyes’; Kalliopi M. Lagonika; 2004.

 ‘The diffusion of inkjet printing in the textile industry’; Arun Pradeep Vijayan; 2005.

 ‘Non-aqueous dyeing of natural and man-made fibres’; Anna-Maria Negrou; 2007.

 ‘Dyeing and aftertreatment of polyester and polyamide fibres’; Nandan Kumar; 2008.

 ‘Colour, emotion and personality; Jing Wang; 2008.

 ‘Development of a custom ink-jet printing system for textiles’; Yuqian Zhang; 2008.

 ‘Novel approaches to the cleaning of textiles’; Jane Howroyd; 2008.

 ‘The wash-off of reactive dyes’; Orpah Kabambe; 2008.

 ‘Applications of methods for cellulosic substrate degradation’; Qianqian Pan; 2010.

 ‘Low-water application processes for dyes and finishes’; George Salihu; 2014.

 

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