Bioeconomy Research Makes IVA’s 100 List
The research on energy efficient paper manufacturing processes was selected for the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences’ 100 list.
Research for sustainable, environmentally friendly papermaking
Papermaking often requires additives to achieve desired properties, such as the strength of the paper. New research shows that this can be solved in an, as of yet, untested way.
NewDeP - Research on Pellet
The research group NewDeP, New Development for Pellet Technology, consists of seven researchers and has been working on pellet research since 2001. The research encompasses how renewable material can become a high-quality pelleted product, in a sustainable and energy efficient way.
Research on cross-laminated timber
Karlstad University is working actively to develop its wood research and the research group, together with its partners, has in the last year received considerable funding from various funders to develop timber construction.
Research on energy-efficient paper manufacturing receives award
Björn Sjöstrand, Senior Lecturer in Chemical Engineering, has been awarded the Early Career Investigator Award for his research on energy-efficient paper manufacturing.
Research with an impact on the pharmaceuticals of the future
This research will help make pharmaceutical development quicker and more cost-efficient.
Research on virtual paper machine receives award
Björn Sjöstrand, senior lecturer in Chemical Engineering, has been awarded the Heinzel-Mondi-Sappi Award for his research on the virtual paper machine. His research makes it possible to optimise and test the manufacturing process in the industry, without expensive production stoppages.