Cellulose-based materials are promising to be integrated into novel nanodevices through accurate 3D writing and other techniques. The main existing pathways for the inclusion of electronic conductivity into cellulose structures are the various forms of carbon materials and various conducting polymers. This work aims to create free-standing 3D conductor patterns in the bulk of cellulose nanofiber paper under the concept of printed electronic technologies.
The successful 3D patterning of conductors will pave the way to manufacture the future paper-based power transistor or supercapacitor.
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.