PhD project: Fractionation of wood components using membrane filtration
Supervisor: Tuve Mattsson
Dissertation planned to: 2023-11
Kenneth Arandia is a doctoral student at the Forest Products and Chemical Engineering division at Chalmers University of Technology. His research is focused on developing mechanistic understanding of fouling behaviour in crossflow filtration during membrane fractionation and purification of dissolved wood components using fluid dynamic gauging (FDG).
Treesearch aims at creating a national platform to support the research on new materials from the forest. Research projects conducted within Treesearch research areas and the researchers who are active in these projects are welcome to join the platform.