Conference and exibition "Nanocellulose"
The use and production of nanocellulosic materials on April 4, 2017 in Moscow.
Main scope of the conference:
1. Technology of production of nanocellulosic materials.
2. Improving performance of nanocellulosic materials.
3. Traditional and novel applications of nanocellulose (paper and packaging, rheology modifiers, food additives, coating & paintings, oil & gas, composites, etc.)
4. Emerging applications of nanocellulosic materials (medicine, biology, etc.)
5. Other related topics.
|Panu Lahtinen, Senior Scientist (MSc, Paper Tech), Biomass processing technologies, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd|
|Alex ABLAEV, Ph.D., Center for New Technologies
Presentation "World market of nanocellulose materials."
|Lyudmila MAKHOTINA, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Chair of Cellulose and Composite Materials Technology, Higher School of Technology and Power Engineering, S.Peterburg
"The use of various types of fibrous semifinished products for the production of powder and nano-cellulose".
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