Publications

Digital Cellulose Center publications

  • PEDOT:PSS nano-particles in aqueous media: A comparative experimental and molecular dynamics study of particle size, morphology and z-potential, Karishma Jain, Aleksandar Y. Mehandzhiyski, Igor Zozoulenko, Lars Wågberg; Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, volume 584, 15 February 2021, Pages 57-66.
  • Ultrasensitive electrolyte-assisted temperature sensor, Mina Shiran Chaharsoughi, Jesper Edberg, Peter Andersson Ersman, Xavier Crispin, Dan Zhao & Magnus P. Jonsson; npj Flexible Electronics, volume 4, Article number: 23 (2020).
  • The Use of Layer-by-Layer Self-Assembly and Nanocellulose to Prepare Advanced Functional Materials, Lars Wågberg and Johan Erlandsson; Advanced Materials, 2020, 2001474.
  • Coaxial Spinning of Oriented Nanocellulose Filaments and Core−Shell Structures for Interactive Materials and Fiber-Reinforced Composites, Andrew Marais, Johan Erlandsson, L. Daniel Söderberg, and Lars Wagberg; ACS Applied Nano Materials, 2020, 3, 10246−10251.
  • Highly Conducting Nanographite-Filled Paper Fabricated via Standard Papermaking Techniques, Patrik Isacsson, Xin Wang, Andreas Fall, Desalegn Mengistie, Emilie Calvie, Hjalmar Granberg, Göran Gustafsson, Magnus Berggren, and Isak Engquist; ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2020, 12, 43, 48828–48835.
  • Laser-induced graphitization of a forest-based ink for use in flexible and printed electronics, Jesper Edberg, Robert Brooke, Omid Hosseinaei, Andreas Fall, Kosala Wijeratne & Mats Sandberg; npj Flexible Electronics, volume 4, Article number: 17 (2020).
  • Dendritic Polyampholyte-Assisted Formation of Functional Cellulose Nanofibril Materials, Tobias Ingverud, Johan Erlandsson, Lars Wågberg, and Michael Malkoch; Biomacromolecules, 2020, 21, 2856−2863.
  • Cross-Linked and Shapeable Porous 3D Substrates from Freeze-Linked Cellulose Nanofibrils, Johan Erlandsson, Hugo Françon, Andrew Marais, Hjalmar Granberg, and Lars Wågberg; Biomacromolecules, 2019, 20, 2, 728–737.
  • Printable acid-modified corn starch as non-toxic, disposable hydrogelpolymer electrolyte in supercapacitors, Andreas Willfahrt, Erich Steiner, Jonas Hotzel & Xavier Crispin; Applied Physics A; volume 125, Article number: 474 (2019).
  • Twinning Lignosulfonate with a Conducting Polymer via Counter‐Ion Exchange for Large‐Scale Electrical Storage, Canyan Che, Mikhail Vagin, Ujwala Ail, Viktor Gueskine, Jaywant Phopase, Robert Brooke, Roger Gabrielsson, Magnus P. Jonsson, Wing Cheung Mak, Magnus Berggren, Xavier Crispin; First published:24 June 2019; Advanced Sustainable Systems, volume3, Issue9, September 2019.
  • Greyscale and Paper Electrochromic Polymer Displays by UV Patterning, Robert Brooke, Jesper Edberg, Xavier Crispin, Magnus Berggren, Isak Engquist and Magnus Jonsson; Polymers, 2019, 11(2), 267.

Conference proceedings

  • Opportunities for production of nonwoven bio-based electronics, Hjalmar Granberg; INDEX™ Smart Nonwovens: High-performance Nonwovens seminar. October 20, 2021
  • Cellulose-based supercapacitors, from 1D charge transport to printed 3D electrodes, Isak Engquist, Jesper Edberg, Robert Brooke, Mehmet Girayhan Say, Negar Sani, Dagmawi Belaineh, Göran Gustafsson, Magnus Berggren; European Materials Research Society: Cellulose electronics and photonics: a new challenge for materials a new opportunity for devices III. June 1, 2021.
  • Highly conducting nanographite-filled paper fabricated via standard papermaking techniques, Patrik Isacsson, Xin Wang, Andreas Fall, Desalegn Mengistie, Emilie Calvie, Hjalmar Granberg, Göran Gustafsson, Magnus Berggren, Isak Engquist; European Materials Research Society: Cellulose electronics and photonics: a new challenge for materials a new opportunity for devices III. May 31, 2021.
  • Facile method for the investigation of polarization phenomena in cellulosic materials, Dagmawi Belaineh, Tiffany Abitbol, Yusuf Mulla, Karl Håkansson, Valerio Beni, Mats Sandberg; European Materials Research Society: Cellulose electronics and photonics: a new challenge for materials a new opportunity for devices III. May 31, 2021.
  • Laser-induced graphitization of screen printed forest-based ink for green flexible electronics, Jesper Edberg, Robert Brooke, Omid Hosseinaei, Andreas Fall, Kosala Wijeratne, Mats Sandberg; European Materials Research Society: Cellulose electronics and photonics: a new challenge for materials a new opportunity for devices III. May 31, 2021.
  • Wood-based electronic building blocks, Hjalmar Granberg, Karl Hakansson; E waste World Conference and Expo, November 14, 2019.
  • Electroactive Papers, Films, Filaments, Aerogels and Hydrogels to Realize the Future of Bio-Based Electronics, Hjalmar Granberg, Karl Hakansson, Andreas Fall, Pia Wagberg; PaperCon 2019: Proceedings, TAPPI Press, 2019, artikel-id PF4.1.

Digital Cellulose Center in the media

  • Nordisk Papper & Massa, September 16, 2021: “Energy storage – a new future market for paper?”. E-magazine, issue no. 4, p. 30-35.
  • Svensk Papperstidning, issue no. 5, p. 12-15, September 10, 2021: New technique for energy storage – Electrode paper in future batteries and energy storage.”
  • Process Nordic, September 1, 2021: “Here is the paper that can store energy – This is how it will be manufactured”.
  • Östgöta Correspondenten, July 13, 2021: ”Charcoal and coconuts develop into batteries”.
  • Treesearch, June 23, 2021: “Advances in making paper for energy storage”.
  • NyTeknik, June 21, 2021: “Their electronic papers can store the renewable energy of the future”. Full article.
  • PackMarknaden, June 8, 2021: ”What if packages could speak”.
  • Elektroniktidningen, October 15, 2020: “They have developed the first organic battery”.
  • PapNews, March 27, 2017: ”New competence center: Digital Cellulose Center at RISE, LiU and KTH”.
  • Papper och Massa, March 24, 2017: ”New competence center: Digital Cellulose Center”.