PhD project: Control of Stability and Orientation in Colloidal Nanocellulose Dispersions
Supervisor: Lars Wågberg
Dissertation planned to: 2024
The project aim is to control the stability and orientation of nanocellulose particles, by understanding the fundamental colloidal interactions between them in aqueous media. The information will then be used to create ordered and self-organized structures from nanocellulose dispersions. This knowledge is of great importance, since many nanocellulose based materials today are produced directly from liquid cellulose dispersions. Furthermore, by understanding how the cellulose particles interact with each other and how to control them, one can tailor properties of the final material.
Research theme: 3–material forming, 4–material concepts
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.