Physics and Chemistry in Polysaccharide Science: From Molecules to Materials, 18 October 2015, Warzaw, Poland

This workshop on “Physics and Chemistry in Polysaccharide Science: From Molecules to Materials” was organised in Warsaw, Poland, as an EPNOE pre-conference workshop, with the purpose to bring together experts and young researchers from worldwide academia and industry with . This one day pre conference workshop focused on a series of talks from invited  experts and several scientific poster presentations.

Book of abstract

 

Speakers

Jan van Dam

Polysaccharides and building

 

Patrick Navard

Rheology of isotropic and liquid crystalline cellulose-based solutions

 

Orlando Rojas

Multiphase systems, relevance and measuring tools

Karin Stana Kleinschek

Polysaccharide uses in biomedical applications

 

Tatiana Budtova

Natural fibre reinforced polymer composites

 

Pedro Fardim

Engineering Polysaccharides for Health Care

 

Bernard Cathala

Cellulose based thin films: elaboration, characterization and applications

 

Laurent Arnaud

Bio based building materials: from microstructure to concrete performances

 

Kevin Edgar

Glycosaminoglycans: Polysaccharides as language

 

Poster presentations

 

 

Jérémie Brand

Control of the surface properties of cellulose nanocrystals (CNC) by transesterification of vinyl esters

 

Benjamin Dhuiege

Surface Acetylation of Cellulose Nanocrystals in Water by Multi-esterification with Vinyl Acetate

 

Poonam Trivedi

Design and Synthesis of novel zwitterionic cellulose beads

 

Estefania Boix

Chemical modification of Miscanthus fibres for bio-based building materials

 

Nela Buchtova

Cellulose Aerogels and Cryogels

 

Lucie Chupin

Influence of pyrolysis parameters and chemical composition on the thermal properties of miscanthus

 

Vanja Kokol

 

Sami Boufi

Polypropylene composites based on lignocellulosic fillers how the filler morphology affects the composite properties

 

Samuel Eyley

Flocculation of Chlorella Vulgaris microalgae using surface modified cellulose nanocrystals

 

Marielle Henriksson

Trash-2-Cash – Designed high-value products from zero-value waste textiles and fibres via design driven technologies

 

Anders Thygesen

Fungal retting of hemp fibers originating from different stem sections

 

Artur Hedlund

Structure of cellulose coagulated from different EmimAc-DMSO solutions

 

Shirin Asaadi

Effect of Degree of Acetylation on Properties of Regenerated Fibres Spun from Cellulose-Ionic Liquid ([DBNH]OAc) Solution

 

Orçun Cağlar Kurtuluş

Nanofibrilated celluloses for papermaking

 

Quim Tarrés

Towards a more circular economy through the incorporation of ligno-nanocelluloses in recycled pulps

properties and costs

 

Marc Delgado-Aguilar

High mechanical performance PLA composites reinforced with recycled jute strands from coffee sacks

 

Zeki Candan

Dynamic mechanical thermal analysis (DMTA) of nanocellulose reinforced phenol formaldehyde (PF) adhesive

 

Eduardo Robles

Cellulose nanofibers-Chitin nanocrystals self-assembled composites

 

Daniel Hewson

Iridescent Layer-by-Layer Cellulose Nanocrystal Bragg Reflectors

 

Thibault Cousin

Biocomposites based on plasticized cellulose acetate and short miscanthus stem fragments

 

Yuval Nevo

Surface Modification of Cellulose Nanocrystals with Glycidyl Methacrylate for UV-crosslinking

 

Jakob Tolk

Crystallinity and Texture of Cellulose Membranes as determined by Wide-Angle X-Ray Scattering

 

Patricia Gullón

Synthesis of green hydrogels using lignin from organosolv process of almond shells

 

Amit Rivkin

Bionanocomposite films from Resilin-CBD bound to Cellulose nanocrystals