Room 2

2.4 The magic of oxygen delignification
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10:30 – 10:50
Cláudia Esteves, PhD student, RISE/KTH

2.7 Bark biorefinery; fundamental insights on the properties of a novel organosolv lignin from Norway spruce bark
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12:30 – 12:50
Isabella Kwan and Maria Karlsson, PhD students, KTH

2.5 Kraft pulping problem with increased calcium content in Eucalyptus dunni
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10:50 – 11:10
Vijaya Vegunta, PhD student, KTH

2.8 Purification of galactoglucomannan from steam pretreated softwood for the development of novel biobased materials
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12:50 – 13:10
Mikael Sjölin, PhD student, Lund University

2.6 Biorefinery based on side-streams from agriculture
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11:10 – 11:30
Joanna Wojtasz-Mucha, Postdoc, Chalmers

2.9 Sequential extraction of cell wall polysaccharides under subcritical water improves saccharification potential of hybrid aspen wood
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13:10 – 13:50
Pramod Sivan, Postdoc, KTH

2.10 Investigation of micro- and ultrastructural change of wood powder during milling for possible applications in biorefinery
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13:30 – 13:50
Atanu Kumar DAS, PhD student, SLU

2.1 Native lignin: Getting closer to the “lignin-first” biorefinery concept
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Ioanna Sapouna, PhD student, KTH

2.2 Diffusion of Kraft lignin through porous confinements
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Roujin Ghaffari, PhD student, Chalmers

2.3 Microwave-assisted fractionation and functionalization of Kraft lignin for the production of bio-based thermosets
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Alessio Truncali, PhD student, KTH