Cellulose dissolution and regeneration, Workshop, 3–4 December 2013, Gothenburg, Sweden
COST Action FP1205 held its second workshop meeting on “Cellulose dissolution and regeneration” in Gothenburg, Sweden, on December 3–4, 2013, with more than 50 participants from universities, research institutes and companies.
The first day of the meeting was linked to the Troëdsson seminar series 2013-2014. Guest speakers on the first day was Herbert Sixta (Aalto University, Finland), Thomas Heinze (Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany) and Patrick Narvard, Ecole des Mines de Paris, France).
The second day was mainly allocated to Early Stage Researchers, with presentation of their research within the field of cellulose dissolution and regeneration and posters within the theme for COST FP1205.
The meetings were funded by “The Troëdsson Foundation”, ”The Södra Forest-owners foundation for research, development and education” and COST.
Presentations from the meeting is available through the links below:
Dec 3, 2013
Progress in Regenerated Cellulose Fiber Production.
Cellulose dissolution: solvent options and opportunities for improving existing or preparing new materials.
Chemical modification of cellulose towards future cellulosic material.
Dec 4, 2013
Influence of water on dissolution and swelling of cellulose in EMIMAc.
Structural investigation of regenerated cellulose using solid-state NMR spectroscopy.
Investigations of the coagulation of cellulose solutions.
Future regeneration of cellulose based fibers for textile purposes.
Ageing and hornification of cellulose in cotton textiles during long time use.
Cellulose carbamate from a new process.
Cellulose-xylan blends in viscose fibers.
Conversion of regenerated cellulose woven textiles to carbon fibre pre-forms (no official presentation, sensitive material).
Structure and property design of polysaccharide-based nanoparticles.
Enzymatic vs. chemical phosphorylation of nanocellulose fibers.
Preparation methods and characterisation of nanostructured cellulose.
Increased accessibility and reactivity of wood and non-wood paper grade pulps using enzymatic and chemical pre-treatment.
Nanocellulose reinforced adhesives for wood composites.
Study of sulphite process to obtain dissolving pulp and other valorisation options from spent liquor.
Hemp fibers: Enzymatic effect of microbial processing on fibre bundle structure.
Nature inspired bio-adhesives.
Green enzymatic acylation of nano cellulose fibers in the presence and absence of scCO2.
Nano Crystalline Cellulose/Nano Particles (NCC/NPs); Light Tunable Reinforced Plastic Sheets.
NCC from lignocellulosic biomass: applications and future prospects.
Renewable lignocellulosic biomass for the synthesis of cellulose derivatives.
Mechanical behavior of wood fibre reinforced concrete matrix.
Cellulosic Fibers: Effect of Processing on Fiber Bundle Strength.