Project leader: Isak Engquist

H2O2 – Fuel and Energy Technology for the Future

Researching all-organic photo- and electro-catalysis to explore novel pathways to produce hydrogen peroxide, H2O2, and convert this fuel into electricity with a novel fuel cell technology. In order to achieve high-rate and large-volume production of H2O2 and conversion into electricity, we suggest to research and develop a novel catalytic paper electrode technology. These paper electrodes …

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Conductor patterns in wood and paper

This project is part of WWSC 2.0 at LiU. The project aims at investigating methods to modify cellulose-based materials such as paper to become electrically conductive, and moreover to do so in a spatially constrained way, in order to create conductor patterns. The long-term goal of the project is deriving 3D patterning and manufacturing techniques …

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WWSC Wood template electronics

This project is part of WWSC 2.0 at LiU. The project aims to functionalize pretreated wood chips with electroactive materials to achieve electronic functionality.

0-3D Production of power papers

In 0-3D, we explore process protocols and manufacturing techniques for products based on electro-functionalized cellulose and cellulose nanofibrils (CNF) at large scale and volumes – Production of Power Papers. Bulky cellulose and CNF structures are excellent as the 3D scaffold for electro-active nanoparticles (0D), nano-fibers (1D) and coaxial coatings (2D) in order to scale-up high-performing …

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