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Defence of doctoral thesis: Pierre Munier – Assembly and alignment in cellulose nanomaterial-based composite dispersions and thermally insulating foams

Stockholm University | WWSC Supervisor: Professor Lennart Bergström,  Stockholm University The defense will be held online. Join the zoom webinar If you have trouble with the link try to past https://stockholmuniversity.zoom.us/j/68095581784 into your browser. Abstract: Research on nanoparticles extracted from renewable and highly available sources is motivated by both the development of functional nanomaterials and …

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Defence of doctoral thesis: Varvara Apostolopoulou – Thermal Conductivity of Hygroscopic Foams Based on Cellulose Nanomaterials

SU | WWSC Supervisor: Lennart Bergström, Stockholm University The defense will be held online via Zoom. Join by clicking the button below or by pasting the adress into your browser: https://stockholmuniversity.zoom.us/j/69050945529 Follow the defense on zoom here Biobased super-insulating materials could mitigate climate change by minimizing the use of petroleum-based materials, creating artificial carbon sinks and minimizing the …

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Defence of doctoral thesis: Valentina Guccini – Nanocellulose: Energy Applications and Self- Assembly

Stockholms universitet Opponent: Prof. Olli Ikkala, Aalto University Supervisor: Germán Salazar-Alvarez, Stockholm University Welcome to take part of the thesis defense at Stockholm University. Abstract Technologies based on renewable materials are required to decrease the environmental cost and promote the development of a sustainable society. In this regard, nanocellulose extracted from wood finds many applications thanks …

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