Join the Digital Cellulose Center’s webinar series this autumn on topics such as PEFAS in electronics and 3-D printing for electronics.
The vision of the Digital Cellulose Center (DCC) is to make lignocellulose-based products an integral part of a sustainable, digital society. The research and development is targeting biobased and green electronics. The DCC seminars are lifting challenges and opportunities faced by the electronics, energy storage, and biorefinery industries and how new material solutions and insights may pave the way for a more sustainable society.
How will the upcoming PFAS directive impact electronics
October 3rd, 13:00-14.00 CET
There is a strive to phase out PFAS chemicals since they are extremely persistent and accumulate in nature. Lisa Skedung, Researcher and Project Manager at RISE will give an introduction to PFAS chemicals and how their phase-out is regulated within the EU. How will this new regulation affect work within green electronics and the introduction of bio-based electronics?
Lisa Skedung. Photo: David Lagerlöf
Advanced 3-D printing
Date to be announced (rescheduled webinar)
Professor Woo Soo Kim from Simon Fraser University will talk about 3-D printing and how that can be utilized in 3-D printed electronics.